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Tracey Latham-Green

Tracey Latham-Green
Freelance

Doctor of Philosophy

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Experienced Freelance Researcher. Key Interest: Wider Determinants of Health. PhD reviewed impact of participation in friendship/social network based, rural activity on participants mental health & well-being measured using standard national measure (short Warwick-Edinburgh mental well-being scale (SWEMWBS)), links to wider self-care/maintaining healthy lives government agenda. Study has particular relevance for ageing, rural populations. Mixed methods, quantitative & qualitative data analysis.

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This is an executive summary of a PhD study completed between 2017 and 2020 in the UK. Taking a critical realist, mixed methods approach, the PhD study fills a gap in the research base relating to driven game shooting (DGS) and its social impact. It looks at how involvement in DGS affects the people involved, using a recognised social impact assess...
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Can collaborative working via federated GP Practices in rural county communities improve practice adaptability and resilience and be achieved in practice: a case study in Boston, a market town outside a major urban conurbation? This report looks at both the existing body of research and guidance and in addition, focuses on a case study in a localit...
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This summary report brings together existing statistical data and research, local knowledge and a community consultation to provide a health check of six social themes: Fairness & Social Justice; Rurality, Transport & Access to Services; Healthy Living and Well-being; Work, Education & Learning; Environment; Arts, Culture & Heritage.
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This paper explores whether regular involvement in a rural, country sport, frequently practised by older individuals, builds social capital and friendships, reduces loneliness, and positively impacts individuals’ health and wellbeing. Taking a critical realist, mixed-methods approach, using a recognised social impact assessment methodology theoreti...
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Taking a critical realist, mixed methods approach, this study fills a gap in the research base relating to driven game shooting (DGS) and its social impact. It looks at how involvement in DGS affects the people involved, using a recognised social impact assessment methodology with a theoretical underpinning of social capital theory. It considers th...
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This mixed methods research study considers the economic and social impacts of upland, moorland management in the UK and compares them to nationally available data.
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The requirements to be a successful company and maintain competitive advantage have changed dramatically over the last 20 years. Prior to this a stable economy was commonplace and change was slow however with the introduction of new technologies in a more globalised, connected world with 24 hour working and instant connectivity the pace of change h...
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An investigation into flooding, impact and response in Lincolnshire

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Exploring the social impact of participation in a friendship/social network based, rural activity on participants mental health and well-being measured using standard national measure (short Warwick-Edinburgh mental well-being scale (SWEMWBS)), linking in to the wider self-care and maintaining healthy lives government agenda. Study has particular relevance for ageing, rural populations. Development of a social impact assessment of a rural, social activity participation, with a sound theoretical underpinning, focussing on mental health and well-being impact, following the recognised GECES social impact methodology.