New Stirling theses added to Research Repository in May #StirNewTheses

Congratulations to our Postgraduate Research students who submitted their theses to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during May. Some of the theses are available for reading immediately:

Improving Participation in Breast Screening Programmes: A mixed methods study to increase breast screening uptake in Malta. By Danika Marmara

Prevention of type 2 diabetes in high risk groups: epidemiology, progression rates and patient views and experiences. By Claire Eades

Linkages between riparian invasive plants, hydromorphology and salmonid fish in Scottish rivers. By Alex Seeney

Glasgow and the Great War: A Study of Health and Wealth in an Industrial City. By Graham MacSporran

Left out until they drop out: how young people negotiate social value in school. By Carol Jasper

The effects of temperature, egg quality and nutrition on the early development of triploid Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). By Michael Clarkson

Aa My Mindin: Moving through loss in the poetic literary tradition of Shetland. By Roseanne Watt

It takes two?  A randomised controlled pilot study to evaluate the feasibility and indicative effectiveness of joint physical activity consultations with colorectal cancer survivors and their partners. By Pamela Jenkins

Expression and functional significance of andromonoecy in Solanum houstonii Martyn. By Anna Karen Zapata Carbonell

Improving the Generalisability of Brain Computer Interface Applications via Machine Learning and Search-Based Heuristics. By Jason Adair

Holistic methodologies in the study of Scotland’s early stone castles and landscapes (c.1050-c.1350 CE) with reference to the Earldom of Orkney and the Lordship of Galloway. By William Wyeth

The other theses are embargoed for a period to allow the authors time to write up work for publication:

A realist inspired evaluation of a Salvation Army community programme for people with problematic alcohol use and cognitive impairment. By Jean Hannah

Risk-based modelling of faecal indicator organism export from agricultural landscapes. By Kenneth Porter

Labouring for Quality: Crossing the Chasm in Maternal Health Care in Trinidad and Tobago. By Charmaine Blaize-La Caille

Live Writing: A Psychophysical Approach to the Analysis of Black British Poetry in Performance. By Hannah Silva

Post-Digital Audience Engagement Activity in and across Visual Arts and Publishing. By Louisa Preston

A Classic Grounded Theory Study exploring the Perceptions of Stress for People who have experienced a Transient Ischaemic Attack. By Campbell Chalmers

Spaces, Rhythms and Bodies: An exploration of epistemology and language in the construction of academic/practitioner relationships. By Katrina Roszynski

Perception, integration and response of the salmonid epithelial cell line RTgill-W1 to infectious and pro-inflammatory agents in vitro. By Shankar Mandal

Investigating Rhizosphere Controls of Soil Organic Matter Dynamics in Forest Soils using a 13C Labelling Approach. By Oyindamola Jackson

Genetic tools for the study and conservation of forest elephants with potential application to the geographical assignment of ivory. By Stephanie Bourgeois

Well done to all!

Clare Allan
Senior Research Librarian