Jennifer Shaw

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BACKGROUND Common mental health problems are prevalent in prison and the quality of prison health care provision for prisoners with mental health problems has been a focus of critical scrutiny. Currently, health policy aims to align and integrate prison health services and practices with those of the National Health Service (NHS). Medication management is a(More)
BACKGROUND Non-immersive virtual reality is an emerging strategy to enhance motor performance for stroke rehabilitation. There has been rapid adoption of non-immersive virtual reality as a rehabilitation strategy despite the limited evidence about its safety and effectiveness. Our aim was to compare the safety and efficacy of virtual reality with(More)
The Human Genome Archive Project (HGAP) aimed to preserve the documentary heritage of the UK's contribution to the Human Genome Project (HGP) by using archival theory to develop a suitable methodology for capturing the results of modern, collaborative science. After assessing past projects and different archival theories, the HGAP used an approach based on(More)
With the recent updates to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th edition; DSM-5), there are many questions on how to care for older adults with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and other psychiatric conditions. The current article reviews the new changes to the DSM-5 for diagnosis of GAD, discusses new anxiety assessment scales(More)
The aim of this study was to examine the impact of two risk factors working together on a measure of suicide probability in a highly vulnerable group who were male prisoners identified as being at risk of self harm. The first risk factor was psychiatric symptoms, including general psychiatric symptoms and symptoms of personality disorder. The second risk(More)
  • Sandra Feldman, Edward J Mcelroy, Steve Porter, Jennifer Shaw, Karen Schiffhauer, Administrative Secretary +7 others
  • 2002
Executive Summary Government workplaces across the country have changed dramatically over the past several years due to advances in technology. The digital age that we are experiencing, has also changed the expectations that the public has for government services. The level of change in the American workplace over the past 20 years has forced some to(More)
  • Sandra Feldman, Edward J Mcelroy, Steve Porter, Jennifer Shaw, Karen Schiffhauer, Administrative Secretary +7 others
  • 2002
Executive Summary Government workplaces across the country have changed dramatically over the past several years due to advances in technology. The digital age that we are experiencing, has also changed the expectations that the public has for government services. The level of change in the American workplace over the past 20 years has forced some to(More)
  • Jill Bradfield, Steve Porter, Jennifer Shaw, Karen Schiffhauer, Administrative Secretary, Jewell Gould +13 others
  • 2002
Executive Summary Quality government services face attack from many fronts. Tax giveaways, raids on public reserves and a major drop in the economy have all combined to drain vital resources away from government programs. This, in addition to widespread early retirement incentives and a massive wave of Baby Boom retirements, will take the most skilled and(More)
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