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  • The management of cytotoxic chemotherapy extravasation: a systematic review of the literature to evaluate the evidence underpinning contemporary practice

    Harrold, K.; Gould, D. J.; Drey, N. (2015)
    Management of cytotoxic drug extravasation remains contentious, with differing views on the most effective management strategy. With the increasing drive to provide effective, evidence-based healthcare, while ensuring the patient experience of the treatment provided plays a significant part in the development of clinical practice guidelines, the purpose of this literature review was to both critically analyse the quality of evidence that underpins contemporary practice and to determine if the...

    The use of long acting injectable antipsychotic medication

    Mutsatsa, S. (2017)
    Evidence supports the use of long-acting injectable (LAI) antipsychotics in the treatment and prevention psychosis, but these formulations remain under-used in the UK. Overall, LAIs offer many advantages and the advent of second-generation LAIs increased interest in injectables as these newer drugs offer similar benefits to their oral equivalents. LAIs should be one of the options discussed with patients requiring long-term treatment.

    The cultural grammar of governance: The UK Code of Corporate Governance, reflexivity, and the limits of 'soft' regulation

    Veldman, J.; Willmott, H. (2016)
    We identify limits of ‘reflexive governance’ by examining the UK Code of Corporate Governance that is celebrated for its ‘reflexivity’. By placing the historical genesis of the Code within its politico-economic context, it is shown how its scope and penetration is impeded by a shallow, ‘single loop’ of reflexivity. Legitimized by agency theory, the Code is infused by a ‘cultural grammar’ that perpetuates relations of shareholder primacy as it restricts accountability to narrow forms of inform...

    LQR distributed cooperative control of a formation of low-speed experimental UAVs

    Tomić, I.; Milonidis, E.; Halikias, G. (2016)
    The paper presents a cooperative scheme for controlling arbitrary formations of low speed experimental UAVs based on a distributed LQR design methodology. Each UAV acts as an independent agent in the formation and its dynamics are described by a 6-DOF (degrees of freedom) nonlinear model. This is linearized for control design purposes around an operating point corresponding to straight flight conditions and simulated only for longitudinal motion. It is shown that the proposed controller stabi...
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