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Academics at the intersection of age and gender: : A Ghanaian experience
A Personal Construct Psychology based investigation into a Product Service System for renting pushchairs to consumers
This paper explores how consumers construe a Product Service System (PSS) for the supply of pushchairs. A PSS is a system of products, services, networks of actors and supporting infrastructure designed to be more sustainable ...
The natire and scope of safety management in the NHS comparison with NASA and aviation
Safety critical industries are those that may cause harm to the environment, public or personnel (Reiman & Oedewald, 2008) and they are required to manage and monitor their own safety operations. Healthcare is regarded as ...
Encouraging patients to self-care - the preliminary development and validation of the VeLUSET(©) , a self-efficacy tool for venous leg ulcer patients, aged 60 years and over
Venous leg ulceration has a high recurrence rate. Patients with healed or frequently recurring venous ulceration are required to perform self-care behaviours to prevent recurrence or promote healing, but evidence suggests ...
Product Service System (PPS) : From Theory to Practice
This paper summarises the findings of the scoping phase of a pilot project, Exploring and developing ways to help people increase the useful life of products, through a leasing rather than ownership model of consumption. ...
What is Mine is NOT Yours : Further insight on what access-based consumption says about consumers
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the interaction between Access Based Consumption (ABC) and consumer culture in the specific context of baby products, and connect the two streams of consumer research and ...
What is mine is NOT yours : further insight on what access-based consumption says about consumers
(University of Hertfordshire, 2013)
This paper presents the findings of a study researching the interaction between modes of consumption which do not involve transfer ownership and consumer culture. These business models are variously termed Access-Based ...