CCCU Research Space Repository


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Implementing creative methods in baby loss research: Exploring stillbirth bereaved parents’ journeys through collage
Wier, J. and Mccloskey, E. 2020. Implementing creative methods in baby loss research: Exploring stillbirth bereaved parents’ journeys through collage. QMiP Bulletin. 30 (Autumn), pp. 51-61.
Learning about bodies and the lived consequences
Hornsey, R. and Gubby, L. Learning about bodies and the lived consequences. Journal of Sociology.
Understanding the changing social structural and corporate agency governance
Goodman, C. 2019. Understanding the changing social structural and corporate agency governance . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University The Business School
The concept of schizophrenia: clarifying the debates and understanding its use
De Waal, H. 2020. The concept of schizophrenia: clarifying the debates and understanding its use . DClinPsych Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Salomons Institute for Applied Psychology
Enhanced bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cell differentiation when isolated and expanded with human platelet rich plasma and differentiation media is supplemented with vitamin D
Thapa, G., Tirnoveanu, A., Mylona, A. and Webb, R. 2020. Enhanced bone marrow derived mesenchymal stem cell differentiation when isolated and expanded with human platelet rich plasma and differentiation media is supplemented with vitamin D. eCM Periodicals & Conferences.