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Authored Book

Barbour, Rosaline (2008). Introducing Qualitative Research: A Student Guide to the Craft of Doing Qualitative Research. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd.

Cavaye, Joyce (2006). Hidden Carers. Policy and Practice in Health and Social Care, 3. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press.

Chambers, Ellie and Northedge, Andrew (2008). The Arts Good Study Guide (2nd ed). Milton Keynes, UK: Open University Worldwide.

Cleaver, Hedy; Walker, Steve; Scott, Jane; Cleaver, Daniel and Rose, Wendy (2008). The integrated children's system: Enhancing social work and inter-agency practice. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Davies, Celia; Wetherell, Margie and Barnett, Elizabeth (2006). Citizens at the centre: deliberative participation in healthcare decisions. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Edwards, Ros; Hadfield, Lucy and Mauthner, Melanie (2006). Children talking about brothers and sisters. London: Family Planning Institute.

Edwards, Rosalind; Hadfield, Lucy; Lucey, Helen and Mauthner, Melanie (2006). Sibling Identity and Relationships: Sisters and Brothers. Relationships and Resources. Oxford, UK: Routledge.

Featherstone, Brid (2009). Contemporary fathering: theory, policy and practice. Bristol: Policy Press.

Holland, Caroline; Clark, Andrew; Katz, Jeanne and Peace, Sheila (2007). Social interactions in urban public places. Public Spaces. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Johnson, Julia; Rolph, Sheena and Smith, Randall (2010). Residential Care Transformed: Revisiting 'The Last Refuge'. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Katz, Jeanne; Holland, Caroline; Peace, Sheila and Taylor, Emily (2011). A Better Life - What Older People With High Support Needs Value. York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation. filefile

Lomax, Robert; Jones, Karen; Leigh, Sarah and Gay, Chris (2010). Surviving Your Social Work Placement. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

McPhail, Mo (2008). Service User and Carer Involvement: Beyond Good Intentions. Policy and Practice in Health and Social care (4). Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic press.

Peace, Sheila; Holland, Caroline and Kellaher, Leonie (2006). Environment and Identity in Later Life. Growing Older. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Penn, Alison (2005). From the Rescue of Fallen Women to the Support of Vulnerable Families: The History of St Michael’s Fellowship, 1903-2003. London: St Michael's Fellowship.

Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John [eds.] (2005). Witnesses to change: families, learning difficulties and history. UK: British Institute of Learning Disabilities Publications.

Rose, Wendy and Barnes, J (2007). Improving Safeguarding Practice: A Study of Serious Case Reviews 2001-2003. London, UK: Department for Education and Skills.

Utting, David; Rose, Wendy and Pugh, Gillian (2001). Better Results for Children and Families: Involving Communities in Planning Services Based on Outcomes. London: National Council for Voluntary Child Care Organisation.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). Death, Dying and Bereavement: Issues for Practice. Policy and Practice in Health and Social Care. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2014). Gender, health and healthcare: men's and women's experience of health and working in healthcare roles. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing (forthcoming).

Edited Book

Aldgate, Jane; Healy, Lynne; Malcolm, Barris; Pine, Barbara; Rose, Wendy and Seden, Janet eds. (2007). Enhancing Social Work Management: Theory and Best Practice from the UK and the USA. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishing.

Aldgate, Jane; Jones, David; Rose, Wendy and Jeffery, Carole eds. (2006). The developing world of the child. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishing.

Bacigalupo, Vivien; Bornat, Joanna; Bytheway, Bill; Johnson, Julia and Spurr, Susan eds. (2002). Understanding care, welfare and community: A reader. London: Routledge.

Baillie, Deborah; Cameron, Kate; Cull, Lesley-Anne; Roche, Jeremy and West, Janice eds. (2003). Social Work and the Law in Scotland. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Bornat, Joanna and Tetley, Josie eds. (2010). Oral History and Ageing. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series (9). London: Centre for Policy on Ageing .

Brigham, Lindsay; Atkinson, Dorothy; Jackson, Mark; Rolph, Sheena and Walmsley, Jan eds. (2000). Crossing Boundaries: change and continuity in the history of learning disability. Kidderminster: BILD Publications.

Bullman, Anne; Charlesworth, Julie; Henderson, Jeanette; Reynolds, Jill and Seden, Janet eds. (2003). The Managing care reader. UK: Routledge.

Burt, Neville; Parker, R. and Watts, Jacqueline H. eds. (1997). Cohesive Sediments. Chichester, UK: John Wiley.

Burt, Neville and Watts, Jacqueline H. eds. (1996). Barrages: Engineering, Design and Environmental Impacts. Chichester, UK: John Wiley.

Chamberlayne, Prue; Bornat, Joanna and Apitzsch, Ursula eds. (2004). Biographical methods and professional practice: an international perspective. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press.

Chamberlayne, Prue; Bornat, Joanna and Wengraf, Tom eds. (2000). The turn to biographical methods in social science: Comparative issues and examples. London, UK: Routledge.

Chamberlayne, Prue; Rustin, Michael and Wengraf, Tom eds. (2002). Biography and social exclusion in Europe. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Davis, Roger and Gordon, Jean eds. (2011). Social Work and the Law in Scotland (2nd edition). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Lloyd, Cathy and Spurr, Sue eds. (2007). A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. London, UK: Sage.

Earle, Sarah; Bartholomew, Caroline and Komaromy, Carol eds. (2009). Making Sense of Death, Dying and Bereavement: An anthology. UK: Sage.

Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. (2008). Death and Dying: A reader. Published in association with The Open University. UK: Sage.

Earle, Sarah; Lloyd, Cathy; Sidell, Moyra and Spurr, Sue eds. (2007). Theory and Research in Promoting Public Health. London, UK: Sage.

Featherstone, Brid; Hooper , C-A .; Scourfield , J. and Taylor , J. eds. (2010). Gender and Child Welfare in Society. Chichester : Wiley .

Fraser, Sandy and Matthews, Sarah eds. (2008). The Critical Practitioner in Social Work and Health Care. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Lloyd, Cathy; Handsley, Stephen; Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah and Spurr, Sue eds. (2007). Policy and Practice in Promoting Public Health. London, UK: Sage.

Maluccio, Anthony N.; Canali, Cinzia; Vecchiato, Tiziano; Lightburn, Anita; Aldgate, Jane and Rose, Wendy eds. (2011). Improving Outcomes for Children and Families: Finding and Using International Evidence. Child Welfare Outcomes. London: Jessica Kingsley .

Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare, Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. (2014). Approved Mental Health Practice: Essential Themes for Students and Practitioners. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming).

Mauthner, Melanie; Birch, Maxine; Jessop, Julie and Miller, Tina eds. (2002). Ethics in qualitative research. UK: Sage Publications Limited.

McAuley, Colette; Rose, Wendy and Pugh, Gillian eds. (2010). Child Well-Being: Understanding Children's Lives. London: Jessica Kingsley.

McCauley, Colette; Pecora, Peter J. and Rose, Wendy eds. (2006). Enhancing the well-being of children and families through effective interventions: international evidence for practice. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Miller, Tina; Birch, Maxine; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie eds. (2002). Ethics in Qualitative Research. London: Sage.

Miller, Tina; Birch, Maxine; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie eds. (2012). Ethics in Qualitative Research (2nd ed). London: Sage.

Peace, Sheila M. and Holland, Caroline eds. (2001). Inclusive housing in an ageing society: innovative approaches. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Reeve, Charles and Watts, Jacqueline H. eds. (1994). Groundwater, drought, pollution and management. London, UK: Taylor & Francis / Routledge.

Reynolds, Jill; Muston, Rosemary; Heller, Tom; Leach, Jonathan; McCormick, Michael; Wallcraft, Jan and Walsh, Mark eds. (2009). Mental health still matters. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Roche, Jeremy; Tucke, Stanley; Thomson, Rachel and Flynn, Ronny eds. (2004). Youth in Society: Contemporary Theory, Policy and Practice. London, UK: Sage.

Rochester, Colin; Gosling, George; Penn, Alison and Zimmeck, Meta eds. (2011). Understanding the Roots of Voluntary Action: Historical Perspectives on Current Social Policy. Brighton, UK: Sussex Academic Press.

Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Michael and Morgan, Alun eds. (2010). Professional Development in Social Work: Complex Issues in Practice. Post-qualifying Social Work. London: Routledge.

Tetley, Josie; Watts, Jacqueline H. and Reynolds, Jill eds. (2013). Coproduction? Working with Existing Older People’s Groups. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research, 11. London: Centre for Policy on Ageing.

Ward, H and Rose, Wendy eds. (2002). Approaches to Needs Assessment in Children's Services. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Book Chapter

Atkinson, Dorothy and Rolph, Sheena (2006). Implementation of community care: case studies. In: Welshman, John and Walmsley, Jan eds. Community care in perspective: care, control and citizenship. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 201–218.

Atkinson, Dorothy (2010). Narratives and people with learning disabilities. In: Grant, Gordon; Ramcharan, Paul; Flynn, Margaret and Richardson, Malcolm eds. Learning Disability: A Life Cycle Approach (Second Edition). Maidenhead: Open University Press / McGraw Hill Education, pp. 7–18. file

Balloch, Susan; Penn, Alison and Charnley, Helen (2005). Reflections on an evaluation of partnerships to cope with winter pressures. In: Balloch, Susan and Taylor, David eds. The Politics of Evaluation: Participation and Policy Implementation. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 153–174.

Barbour, Rosaline S. (2010). Focus groups. In: Bourgeault, Ivy; Dingwall, Robert and de Vries, Raymond eds. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Health Research. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 327–352. file

Barbour, Rosaline S. and Schostak, John (2011). Interviewing and focus groups. In: Somekh, Bridget and Lewin, Cathy eds. Theory and Methods in Social Research (Second Edition). London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 61–68.

Beaumont, Kythe (2009). Suicide is painless? In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Making Sense of Death, Dying and Bereavement: An Anthology. London: SAGE, pp. 132–133.

Bell, L. and Birch, M. (2007). Interweaving academic and professional power in higher education. In: Gillies, Val and Lucey, Helen eds. Power knowledge and the academy; the institution is political. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 70–87.

Birch, M.; Gallagher, A. and Finlay, L. (2005). Positioning the learner: how work-based, open and distance learning can develop professional competencies in pre-registration mental health nurse education. In: Rounce, Katherine and Workman, Barbara A. eds. Work-based learning in Health Care: applications and innovations. Kingsham, pp. 23–36.

Birch, Maxine (1996). The Goddess/God within: The construction of self-identity through alternative health practices. In: Flanagan, Kieran and Jupp, Peter C. eds. Postmodernity, Sociology and Religion. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 83–100.

Birch, Maxine (2007). Behind the scenes. In: Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy and Leavy, Patricia Linda eds. Feminist Research Practice: A Primer. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 149–153.

Birch, Maxine (1998). Reconstructing research narratives: Self and sociologcial identity in alternative settings. In: Ribbens McCarthy, Jane and Edwards, Rosaline eds. Feminist Dilemas in qualitative research: Public knowlege and private lives. London, UK: Sage, pp. 171–185.

Birch, Maxine and Miller, Tina (2002). Encouraging participation: Ethics and responsibilities. In: Mauthner, Melanie; Birch, Maxine; Jessop, Julie and Miller, Tina eds. Ethics in Qualitative Research. London, UK: Sage Publications Limited, pp. 91–105.

Birch, Maxine; Miller, Tina; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie (2002). Introduction. In: Mauthner, Melanie; Birch, Maxine; Jessop, Julie and Miller, Tina eds. Ethics on Qualitative Research. London: Sage Publications Limited, pp. 1–11.

Birch, Maxine; Miller, Tina; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie (2012). Introduction to second edition. In: Miller, Tina; Birch, Maxine; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie eds. Ethics in Qualitative Research (2nd ed.). London: SAGE Publiscations Ltd., pp. 1–13. file

Birch, Maxine; Miller, Tina; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie (2012). Introduction. In: Miller , Tina; Birch, Maxine; Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie eds. Ethics in Qualitative Research (2nd ed.). London : Sage, pp. 1–13.

Birch, Maxine and Nissen, Nina (2012). A different way of caring? An exploration of alternative health care relationships. In: Rogers, Chrissie and Weller, Susie eds. Critical Approaches to Care: Understanding Caring Relations, Identities and Cultures. Relationships and Resources. London: Routledge.

Bornat, Joanna; Dimmock, B; Jones, D and Peace, Sheila (1999). Generational ties in the 'new' family: changing contexts for traditional obligations. In: Silva, Elizabeth B. and Smart, Carol eds. The new family? London: Sage, pp. 115–128.

Bornat, Joanna and Walmsley, Jan (2004). Biography as empowering practice: lessons learned from research. In: Chamberlayne, Prue; Bornat, Joanna and Aptizsch, Ursula eds. Biographical methods and professional practice: an international perspective. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 221–236.

Bornat, Joanna (2010). Remembering in late Lifer: generating individual and social change. In: Ritchie, Donald A. ed. The Oxford Handbook of Oral History. Oxford Handbooks in History. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 202–218. file

Bottomley, A and Roche, Jeremy (1988). Conflict and consensus: a critique of the language of informal justice. In: Matthews, R ed. Informal Justice? Sage Contemporary Criminology. London: Sage, pp. 86–107.

Brigham, Lindsay (2000). Understanding segregation from the nineteenth to the twentieth century: redrawing boundaries and the problem of 'pollution'. In: Brigham, Lindsay; Atkinson, Dorothy; Jackson, Mark; Rolph, Sheena and Walmsley, Jan eds. Crossing Boundaries:change and continuity in the history of learning disability. Kidderminster: BILD Publications, pp. 27–42.

Brigham, Lindsay (2005). Daughter Ann. In: Rolph, Sheena; Atkinson, Dorothy; Nind, Melanie and Welshman, John eds. Witnesses to Change: Families, Learning Difficulties and History. Kidderminster: BILD Publications , pp. 33–124.

Brigham, Lindsay (1999). Women speaking: personal experience in perspective. In: Swain, John and French, Sally eds. Therapy and Learning Difficulties: Advocacy, Participation and Partnership. Oxford: Butterworth-Heineman, pp. 90–102.

Bytheway, Bill (2002). Positioning gerontology in an ageist world. In: Andersson, Lars ed. Cultural gerontology. Westport, CT, USA: Auburn House, pp. 59–76.

Bytheway, Bill (2003). Visual representations of late life. In: Faircloth, Christopher A. ed. Aging Bodies: Images and Everyday Experience. Walnut Creek, California, USA: AltaMira Press, pp. 29–53.

Bytheway, Bill (2005). Ageism. In: Johnson, Malcolm L.; Bengtson, Vern L.; Coleman, Peter G. and Kirkwood, Thomas B. L. eds. The Cambridge Handbook of Age and Ageing. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 338–345.

Bytheway, Bill and Johnson, Julia (2004). Cataloguing old age. In: Andrews, Gavin J. and Phillips, David R. eds. Ageing and place: perspectives, policy and practice. Routledge Studies in Human Geography. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 176–187.

Cavaye, Joyce (2009). The first death: A student's experience. In: Earle, Sarah; Bartholomew, Caroline and Komaromy, Carol eds. Making Sense of Death, Dying and Bereavement: An Anthology. London: Sage, pp. 145–147.

Cavaye, Joyce (2006). Care of older people in Scotland. In: Mooney, Gerry; Sweeney, Tony and Law, Alex eds. Social Care, Health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Kynoch and Blaney, pp. 239–270.

Chamberlayne, Prue (2004). Biographical methods and social policy in European perspective. In: Chamberlayne, Prue; Bornat, Joanna and Apitzsch, Ursula eds. Biographical methods and professional practice: an international perspective. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 19–37.

Chamberlayne, Prue (2002). Second-generation transcultural lives. In: Chamberlayne, Prue; Rustin, Michael and Wengraf, Tom eds. Biography and social exclusion in Europe: Experiences and life journeys. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 229–245.

Clark, Andrew; Holland, Caroline and Ward, Richard (2012). Authenticity and validity in community research: looking at age discrimination and urban social interactions in the UK. In: Goodson, Lisa and Phillimore, Jenny eds. Community Research for Participation: From Theory to Method. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 37–54.

Davies, Celia; Wetherell, Margaret and Barnett, Elizabeth (2009). A citizens council in the making: dilemmas for citizens and their hosts. In: Littlejohns, Peter and Rawlins, Michael eds. Patients, the Public and Priorities in Healthcare. Oxford: Radcliffe, pp. 129–138. file

Davis, Roger; Gordon, Jean and Walker, Gill (2011). Learning in practice: some reflections on the student’s journey. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work: Complex Issues in Practice,. Post-qualifying Social Work. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 143–149.

Dorrell, Judith; Earle, Sarah; Katz, Jeanne and Reveley, Shirley (2008). Growing up with HIV: The experiences of young people living with HIV since birth in the UK. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. Published in association with The Open University. UK: Sage, pp. 237–244. file

Dumbleton, Sue (2005). Widening opportunities for disabled children in Stirling: a voluntary body initiative. In: Glaister, Ann and Glaister, Bob eds. Interagency Collaboration: Providing for Children. Policy and Practice in Education (13). Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press, pp. 36–46.

Dumbleton, Sue (2010). The well-being of people with learning disabilities. In: Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick; Morgan, Alun and Seden, Janet eds. Professional Development in Social Work: Complex Issues in Practice. Routledge.

Dumbleton, Sue (2006). Learning disability in 21st century Scotland. In: Mooney, Gerry; Sweeny, Tony and Law, Alex eds. Social Care, Health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Paisley: Kynoch & Blaney, pp. 215–237.

Dumbleton, Sue and McPhail, Mo (2012). The coming of age of Scottish social services? In: Mooney, Gerry and Scott, Gill eds. Social Justice and Social Welfare in Contemporary Scotland, Volume 2. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 131–146. file

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2006). Dirty whores and invisible men: sex work and the public health. In: Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Spurr, Sue eds. A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. UK: Sage, pp. 95–102.

Earle, Sarah and Sharp, Keith (2007). In defence of a woman's right to choose: abortion, disability and feminist politics. In: Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Spurr, Sue eds. A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy. London: Sage, pp. 82–87.

Edwards, Ross and Hadfield, Lucy (2006). Stepfathering. In: Ritzer, George ed. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell.

Featherstone, Brid (2010). Engaging fathers: promoting gender equality. In: Featherstone , Brid; Hooper , Carol-Ann; Scourfield, Jonathan and Taylor, Julie eds. Gender and Child Welfare in Society. Wiley , pp. 173–194.

Featherstone, Brid (2010). Ethic of care. In: Gray , Mel and Webb , Stephen A. eds. Ethics and Value Perspectives in Social Work. Basingstoke: Palgrave , pp. 73–84.

Featherstone, Brid (2010). Gender, rights, responsibilities and social policy. In: Wallbank, Julie; Choudry, Shazia and Herring , Jonathan eds. Gender, Rights and Family Law. London : Routledge , pp. 26–42.

Featherstone, Brid and Green, Lorraine (2009). Judith Butler. In: Gray , Mel and Webb , Stephen A. eds. Social Work Theories and Methods. London : Sage , pp. 53–62.

Foley, Pam; Parton, Nigel; Roche, Jeremy and Tucker, Stanley (2003). Contradictory and convergent trends in law and policy affecting children in England. In: Hallett, Christine and Prout, Alan eds. Hearing the voices of children: Social policy for a new century. London, UK: Routledge Falmer, pp. 106–120.

Hanson, J. and Percival, J. (2006). Differing perspectives on Telecare: An attitudinal survey of older people, professional care workers and informal carers. In: Langdon, P.; Clarkson, J. and Robinson, P. eds. Designing Accessible Technology. London: Springer, pp. 215–225.

Hanson, Julienne; Osipovič, Dorota and Percival, John (2008). Making sense of sensors: older people’s and professional caregivers’ attitudes towards telecare. In: Loader, Brian D.; Hardey, Michael and Keeble, Leigh eds. Digital Welfare for the Third Age: health and social care informatics for older people. Abindgon, UK and New York, NY, US: Routledge, pp. 91–111.

Holland, C.; Kellaher, L.; Peace, S. M.; Scharf, T.; Breeze, E.; Gow, J. and Gilhooly, M (2005). Getting out and about. In: Walker, Alan ed. Understanding quality of life in old age. Growing older. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, pp. 49–63.

Holland, Caroline and Peace, Sheila (2001). Regulating informality: Small homes and the inspectors. In: Bacigalupo, Vivien; Bornat, Joanna; Bytheway, Bill; Johnson, Julia and Spurr, Sue eds. Understanding Care, Welfare and Community: A Reader. London: Routledge, pp. 240–246.

Holland, Caroline (2011). The role of technologies in the everyday lives of older people. In: Katz, Jeanne; Peace, Sheila and Spurr, Sue eds. Adult Lives: a Life Course Perspective. Bristol : Policy Press, pp. 151–160.

Holland, Caroline (2010). With respect to old age. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Michael and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work: Complex Issues in Practice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 90–96. file

Holland, Caroline and Peace, Sheila (2012). Life course. In: Smith, Susan J ed. International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier, pp. 163–168.

Holland, Caroline and Ward, Richard (2012). On going grey. In: Ylänne, Virpi ed. Representing Ageing: Images and identities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 115–131. file

Hutchinson, Steven and Shakespeare, Pamela (2010). Standard setting, external regulation and professional autonomy: exploring the implications for university education. In: Higgs, Joy; Fish, Della; Goulter, Ian; Loftus, Stephen; Reid, Jo-anne and Trede, Franziska eds. Education for Future Practice. Practice, Education, Work and Society (3). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 75–84.

Johnson, Julia and Bytheway, Bill (2001). The use of medicines bought in pharmacies and other retail outlets. In: Heller, Tom; Muston, Rosemary; Sidell, Moyra and Lloyd, Cathy eds. Working for Health. London, UK: Sage Publications, pp. 319–328.

Johnson, Julia; Rolph, Sheena and Smith, Randall (2007). Revisiting 'The Last Refuge': present day methodological challenges. In: Bernard, Miriam and Scharf, Thomas eds. Critical perspectives on ageing societies. Ageing and the Lifecourse series. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press, pp. 89–103.

Jones, Linda (1996). Professionals, the State and the Development of Mental Health Policy. In: Heller, Tom; Reynolds, Jill; Gomm, Roger; Muston, Rosemary and Pattison, Stephen eds. Mental Health Matters. London: Macmillan, pp. 125–149.

Jones, Linda and Davis, Adrian (2001). Young people, transport and environmental risk. In: Heller, Tom; Muston, Rosemary; Sidell, Moyra and Lloyd, Cathy eds. Working for Health. Published in association with The Open University. London: Sage, pp. 144–153.

Jones, Linda and Rose, Wendy (2001). Promoting Health through Social Services. In: Scriven, A. and Orme, J. eds. Health promotion: Professional Perspectives (2nd Edition). Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, pp. 95–104.

Jones, Rebecca (2005). Recruiting older women to talk about sex: some practical and theoretical reflection. In: Holland, Caroline ed. Recruitment and sampling: qualitative research with older people. The representation of older people in ageing research series (5). London: Centre for Policy on Ageing, pp. 44–56.

Jupp, Eleanor (2012). Parenting policy and the geographies of friendship: encounters in an English Sure Start Children's Centre. In: Kraftl, Peter and Horton, John eds. Critical Geographies of Childhood and Youth: policy and practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 215–229.

Jupp, Eleanor (2010). Public and private on the housing estate: small community groups, activism and local officials. In: Mahony, Nick; Newman, Janet and Barnett, Clive eds. Rethinking the Public: Innovations in Research, Theory and Politics. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 75–90.

Kellaher, Leonie; Peace, Sheila and Holland, Caroline (2004). Environment, identity and old age: quality of life or a life of quality. In: Walker, A. and Hagan Hennessy, C. eds. Growing older: quality of life in old age. Maidenhead, Berkshire,UK: Open University Press, pp. 60–80.

Lim, Hilary and Roche, Jeremy (2000). Feminism and children's rights. In: Bridgeman, Jo and Monk, Daniel eds. Feminist Perspectives on Child Law. London: Routledge-Cavendish, pp. 227–249.

Lim, Hilary and Roche, Jeremy (2000). Feminism and children's rights: The politics of voice. In: Fottrell, Deirdre ed. Revisiting children's rights: 10 years of the UN convention on the Rights of the Child. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, pp. 51–72.

Maddox, Christina and Pearson, Beryl (2010). Practices in Children's Nursing. Guidelines for Hospital and Community. In: Trigg, Ethel and Mohammed, Toby Aslam eds. Practices in Children's Nursing. Guidelines for Hospital and Community. China: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, pp. 344–353.

Matthews, Sarah (2014). Underpinning themes, theories and reserach. In: Matthews, Sarah; O'Hare , Philip and Hemmington, Jill eds. Approved Mental Health Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, (In press).

Matthews, Sarah (2011). The changing role of social workers in developing contexts for mental health professionals. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work. Post-qualifying Social Work. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 83–89.

Matthews, Sarah (1999). The Liverpool Mental Health Crisis Service and its effectiveness’. In: Tomlinson, Dylan Ronald and Allen, Kevin J. eds. Crisis Services and Hospital Crises. Farnham: Ashgate.

McAuley, Colette; Pecora, Peter J. and Rose, Wendy (2006). Effective child welfare interventions: Evidence for practice. In: McAuley, Colette; Pecora, Peter J. and Rose, Wendy eds. Enhancing the well-being of children through effective interventions: International evidence for practice. London, UK: Jessica Kingsley Publications, pp. 322–331.

McPhail, Mo (2006). Children and Young people, Social Work and Scotland. In: Mooney, Gerry; Sweeney, Tony and Law, Alex eds. Social Care, health and Welfare in Contemporary Scotland. Paisley, U.K.: Kynoch & Blaney.

McPhail, Mo (2011). Untangling the web of service user involvement in social services work. In: Seden, Janet; Matthews, Sarah; McCormick, Mick and Morgan, Alun eds. Professional Development in Social Work, Complex issues in Practice. Post-qualifying Social Work. Abingdon, U.K.: Routledge, pp. 110–117.

Milne, M. J and Lloyd, C. E. (2008). Keeping the personal costs down: minimising distress when researching sensitive issues. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. Published in association with The Open University. UK: Sage.

Moore, Emma and Pearson, Beryl (2010). Children's Nursing: Guidelines for Hospital and Community. In: Trigg, Ethel and Mohammed, Toby Aslam eds. Practices in Children's Nursing: Guidelines for Hospital and Community: 3rd Edition. China: Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, pp. 104–119.

Peace, Sheila and Holland, Caroline (2001). Inclusive housing. In: Peace, Sheila and Holland, Caroline eds. Inclusive housing in an ageing society. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 235–260.

Peace, Sheila and Holland, Caroline (2001). Housing an ageing society. In: Peace, Sheila and Holland, Caroline eds. Inclusive housing in an ageing society. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 1–26.

Peace, Sheila; Holland, Caroline and Kellaher, Leonie (2005). Making space for identity. In: Andrews, Gavin J. and Phillips, David R. eds. Ageing and place: perspectives, policy, practice. Routledge Studies in Human Geography, 9. Oxford, UK: Routledge, pp. 188–204.

Peace, Sheila; Holland, Caroline and Kellaher, Leonie (2005). The Influence of neighborhood and community on well-being and identity in later life: an English perspective. In: Rowles, Graham D. and Chaudhury, Habib eds. Home and identity in late life: International perspectives. New York, USA: Springer Publishing Company, pp. 297–315.

Pecora, Peter; McAuley, Colette and Rose, Wendy (2006). Effectiveness of child welfare interventions - issues and challenges. In: McAuley, Colette; Pecora, Peter J. and Rose, Wendy eds. Enhancing the Well-being of Children and Families through Effective Interventions: International Evidence for Practice. London: Jessica Kingsley.

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Becirevic, Majda; Roberts, Ron and Baker, Tracy (2009). Children's understanding of the war in Iraq: Views from Britain and Bosnia. International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 14(1) pp. 17–30. file

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Buchanan, Ian and Gunn, Robert (2007). The interpretation of human rights in English social work: an exploration in the context of services for children and for parents with learning difficulties. Ethics and Social Welfare, 1(2) pp. 147–162.

Buchanan, Ian and Walmsley, Jan (2006). Self-advocacy in historical perspective. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 34(3) pp. 133–138.

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Chamberlayne, Prue (2004). Emotional retreat and social exclusion: towards biographical methods in professional training. Journal of Social Work Practice, 18(3) pp. 337–350.

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Chatterton, Claire (2012). What is the ‘best evidence’ for researching nursing history? Bulletin of the UK Association for the History of Nursing., 1(2) pp. 5–20. file

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Clark, Andrew; Holland, Caroline; Katz, Jeanne and Peace, Sheila (2009). Learning to see: lessons from a participatory observation research project in public spaces. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 12(4) pp. 345–30. file

Coleman, Phil (2003). Mature student perceptions of formal and informal learning on a diploma in childcare and education course. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 8(2) pp. 231–248.

Coleman, Philip M. (2002). The pre-entry guidance experiences of students undertaking an 'access to health and professions allied to medicine' (PAMs) programme. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 7(3) pp. 307–324. file

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Coleman, Philip M. (2002). Ethical practices in the provision of guidance by further education health care tutors who hold a nursing, midwifery or health visiting qualification. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 26(2) pp. 119–128. file

Connelly, Graham; Lockhart, El;aine; Wilson, Philip; Furnivall, Judy; Bryce, Graham; Barbour, Rose and Phin, Louise (2008). Teachers' responses to the emotional needs of children and young people: results from the Scottish Needs Assessment Programme. Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties, 13(1) pp. 7–19.

Coughlan, Tony (2008). 'A welcome home for identity': a learning network between children's charities and a university. Learning in Health and Social Care, 7(4) pp. 247–250.

Coughlan, Tony and Perryman, Leigh-Anne (2011). Something for everyone? The different approaches of academic disciplines to Open Educational Resources and the effect on widening participation. Journal of Open, Flexible and Distance Learning, 15(2) pp. 11–27. file

Coughlan, Tony and Perryman, Leigh-Anne (2012). Reaching out with OER: the new role of public-facing open scholar. eLearning Papers, 31 article 31_1. file

Coughlan, Tony and Perryman, Leigh-Anne (2013). Beyond the ivory tower: a model for nurturing informal learning and development communities through open educational practices. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento (Globalisation and Internationalisation of Higher Education), 10(1) pp. 312–326. file

Dickson, Sylvia; Brady, Marian; Barbour, Rosaline; Clark, Alexander M. and Paton, Gillian (2008). Patients' experiences of disruptions associated with post-stroke dysarthria. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 43(2) pp. 135–153.

Dumbleton, Sue (2013). Goodies and baddies: equivocal thoughts about families using an autoethnographic approach to explore some tensions between service providers and families of people with learning disabilities. Ethics and Social Welfare, 7(3) 282 -292.

Edwards, Rosalind; Mauthner, Melanie and Hadfield, Lucy (2005). Children’s sibling relationships and gendered practices: talk, activity and dealing with change. Gender and Education, 17(5) pp. 499–513.

Featherstone, Brid (2010). Writing fathers in but mothers out!!! Critical Social Policy, 30(2) pp. 208–224.

Featherstone, Brid (2011). The current economic crisis in Ireland: why social work needs to be part of the challenge to a discredited system. Comunitania , 1(1) pp. 17–29. file

Featherstone, Brid; Broadhurst, Karen and Holt, Kim (2012). Thinking systemically-thinking politically: building strong partnerships with children and families in the context of rising inequality. British Journal of Social Work, 42(4) pp. 618–633.

Featherstone, Brid; Fraser, Claire; Ashley, Cathy and Ledward, Pam (2011). Advocacy for parents and carers involved with children's services: making a difference to working in partnership? Child & Family Social Work, 16(3) pp. 266–275.

Featherstone, Brid and Fraser, Claire (2012). Working with fathers around domestic violence: contemporary debates. Child Abuse Review, 21(4) pp. 255–263.

Featherstone, Brid and Fraser , Claire (2012). ‘I’m just a mother, I’m nothing special, they’re all professionals’: parental advocacy as an aid to parental engagement. Child & Family Social Work, 17(2) pp. 244–253. file

Featherstone, Brid; Morris, Kate and White, Sue (2013). A marriage made in hell: early intervention meets child protection. British Journal of Social Work (Advance access). file

Featherstone, Brid; White, Sue and Wastell, Dave (2012). Ireland's opportunity to learn from England's difficulties? Auditing uncertainty in child protection. Irish Journal of Applied Social Studies, 12(1) pp. 49–62.

Froggett, Lynn and Chamberlayne, Prue (2004). Narratives of social enterprise: from biography to practice and policy critique. Qualitative Social Work, 3(1) pp. 61–77.

Gallagher, A. and Holland, L. (2004). Work-based learning: challenges and opportunities. Nursing Standard, 19(14-16) pp. 39–42.

Gordon, Jean; Miller, Christina; Dumbleton, Sue; Kelly, Timothy B. and Aldgate, Jane (2010). A smooth transition? Students’ experiences of credit transfer into a social work degree in Scotland. Social Work Education, 30(1) pp. 55–69.

Gordon, Jean; Dumbleton, Sue and Miller, Christina (2010). ‘We thought we would be the dunces’ – From a vocational qualification to a social work degree: an example of widening participation in social work education. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 12 pp. 169–184. file

Grant, Janet; Jones, Helen; Kilminster, Sue; MacDonald, Morag; Maxted, Mairead; Nathanson, Brenda and Owen, Heather (2005). Differences in the experiences and expectations of EEA and non-EEA overseas doctors working in the UK. Archives of Ibadan Medicine, 6(2) pp. 52–55.

Grant, Janet; Marshall, Joanne and Gary, Nancy (2004). Pilot evaluation of the World Federation for Medical Education’s global standards for basic medical education. Medical Education, 39(3) pp. 245–246.

Hadfield, L.; Rudoe, N. and Sanderson-mann, J. (2007). Motherhood, choice and the British media: a time to reflect. Gender and Education, 19(2) pp. 255–263.

Hadfield, Lucy (2009). Conviviality and maternity: Anticipating childbirth and negotiating intergenerational difference. Feminist Review, 93(1) pp. 128–133.

Hadfield, Lucy (2010). Balancing on the edge of the archive: the researcher's role in collecting and preparing data to deposit. Timescapes Working Paper Series, 2010(2) pp. 60–74.

Hadfield, Lucy; Edwards, Ross and Mauthner, Melanie (2006). Brothers and sisters: a source of support for children in school? Education 3-13, 34(1) pp. 65–72.

Hamilton, Carol and Atkinson, Dorothy (2009). 'A story to tell': learning from the life-stories of older people with intellectual disabilities in Ireland. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37(4) pp. 316–322. file

Hanson, Julienne and Percival, John (2005). The housing and support needs of visually impaired adults living in England today. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 23(3) pp. 102–107.

Hanson, Julienne; Percival, John; Aldred, Hazel; Brownsell, Simon and Hawley, Mark (2007). Attitudes to telecare among older people, professional care workers and informal carers: A preventative strategy or crisis management? Universal Access in the Informatics Society, 6(2) pp. 193–205.

Harrow, Alison; Wells, Mary; Barbour, Rosaline and Cable, Stuart (2008). Ambiguity and uncertainty: the ongoing concerns of malke partners of women treated for breast cancer. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 12(4) pp. 349–356.

Hoggart, Lesley and Newton, Victoria Louise (2013). Young women's experiences of side-effects from contraceptive implants: a challenge to bodily control. Reproductive Health Matters, 21(41) pp. 196–204.

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Holland, Caroline A. and Katz, Jeanne S. (2010). Cultural identity and belonging in later life: is extra care housing an attractive concept to older Jewish people living in Britain? Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, 25(1) pp. 59–69.

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Cavaye, Joyce and Watts, Jacqueline (2009). End-of-life education in pre-registration nursing curricula: issues from the literature. In: Networking for Education in Healthcare Conference, 8-10 September, 2009, University of Cambridge, UK.

Cavaye, Joyce E. and Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). Developing understandings of communication in end of life care. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group 2010 Annual Conference, 1-3 September 2010, Durham.

Cavaye, Joyce (2009). Promoting wellbeing? Evaluation of a therapeutic care service. In: ISA Sociology of Health Conference, Health for All: Opportunities and Challenges Conference, 21-23 Sep 2009, Jaipur, India.

Cavaye, Joyce (2010). Dirt, disgust and embarrassment: caregivers’ responses to ageing bodies. In: 5th International Carers Conference: New frontiers in caring: 2010 and beyond, 8-11 July 2010, Leeds.

Cavaye, Joyce (2010). Choice: the missing dimension in becoming a carer. In: 39th Annual British Society of Gerontology Conference: Identities, Care and Everyday Life, 6-8 July 2010, Brunel University, London.

Cavaye, Joyce and Hannay, Sheila (2010). Adding value to NHS services: patient views of a voluntary organisation’s service. In: Delivering Better Health Services, NHS Confederation Health Services Research Network Conference, 2-3 June 2010, Manchester.

Cavaye, Joyce E (2008). Carers responses to the ageing body. In: ISA Sociology of Ageing Conference , 05-08 Sep 2008, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Cavaye, Joyce E. (2008). From dawn to dusk: a temporal model of caregiving: adult carers of frail parents. In: CRFR Conference, Understanding Families and Relationships Over Time, 28 Oct 2008, University of Edinburgh. file

Coleman, Phil and Mendelson, Felicity (2011). The Integrated Vocational Route (IVR): an employer-driven learning programme in health & social care practice at the FE/HE interface. In: The Future Agenda for Higher Level Skills and Work-Based Learning. University Vocational Awards Council Annual Conference., 11-12 November 2010, York. file

Coughlan, Tony and Perryman, Leigh-Anne (2013). Using open educational resources in online welfare communities: Facebook as an arena for open scholarship across the Commonwealth. In: Seventh Pan-Commonwealth Forum on Open Learning (PCF7), 2-6 Dec 2013, Abuja, Nigeria, Commonwealth of Learning. file

Dobson, Fiona; Walker, Elaine and Pearson, Beryl (2013). Increasing service user influences on the selection of nursing students. In: Putting people at the heart of nursing care: leading the way, 21st June 2013, Bournemouth University. file

Draper, Janet; Beretta, Ruth; Kenward, Linda; McDonagh, Lin; Messenger, Julie and Rounce, Jill (2013). Widening participation in pre-registration education in the United Kingdom - alumni and employer accounts of a unique part-time supported open learning route. In: 24th International Networking Education in Healthcare Conference, 3-5 September 2013, Cambridge. filefile

Draper, Janet; Sparrow, Shelagh and Gallagher, Donna (2009). Crossing the threshold: students' experiences of the transition from student to staff nurse. In: Nurse Education Today Conference, 8-10 Sep 2009, University of Cambridge. file

Dumbleton , Sue (2007). Lifelong learning and family carers: a study of informal learning. In: The times they are a-changin’: Researching transitions in lifelong learning. CRLL 4th Biennial International Conference 2007, 22-24 June 2007, University of Stirling.

Hadfield, L. and Kehily, M. J. (2007). The making of modern motherhoods: Experiences of consent, cleaning data and archiving. In: Timescapes Residential Workshop, 17-18 May 2007, London South Bank University.

Hadfield, Lucy (2008). Becoming a disabled mother: putting maternal bodies into perspective. In: ESRC Gender and Disabled Parenting seminar, 22 September 2008, University of Birmingham.

Hadfield, Lucy (2008). 'I could get away with it because she looks so much like me': Reflections on visable and invisable bodies and connections in the process of becoming a disabled mother through surrogacy. In: Health and Social Care Postgraduate Research Seminar, 29th March 2008, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Hadfield, Lucy (2008). Natural or normal? Surrogacy, anxiety and becoming a mother. In: British Sociological Assocation Annual Conference 2008: Social Worlds, Natural Worlds, 29-30 March 2008, University of Warwick.

Hadfield, Lucy (2005). The importance of the visual image for the making of modern motherhoods. In: BSA Sociology of Reproduction Annual Conference, 8th December 2005, Milton Keynes.

Hadfield, Lucy (2005). The trauma of carrying out research into disabled motherhood. In: Health and Social Care Postgraduate Conference, July 2005, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Hadfield, Lucy; Edwards, Ross and Mauthner, Melanie (2004). Sibling conflict and coping strategies. In: NFPI Parent Child conference, 17-18 June 2004, Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster.

Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (2010). The QLR 'workbook': A recursive approach to data generation. In: Timescapes 2010: The craft of qualitative longitudinal research, 20 January 2010, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane; Thomson, Rachel and Sharpe, Sue (2009). Acting up and acting out: encountering children in a longitudinal study of mothering. In: 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association: European society or European societies, 2-5 September 2009, Lisbon, Portugal.

Holland, Caroline (2011). Thinking about home: place, time, and biography. In: Theorizing Age: Challenging the Disciplines: 7th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology, Inaugural Conference of the European Network in Aging Studies (ENAS), 6-9 October 2011, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Holland, Caroline and Ward, Richard (2008). In the hairdresser’s chair: negotiating an appropriate image in later life. In: Sociolinguistics Symposium 17 : micro and macro connections, 3-5 Apr 2008, Amsterdam.

Hutchinson, Steven; Malone, Caroline and Shakespeare, Pamela (2008). Foundation degrees and work-related pedagogy: a UK initiative. In: World Association of Co-operative Education Symposium, 03-05 Dec 2008, Madrid, Spain.

Hutchinson, Steven and Shakespeare, Pamela (2007). Curriculum, practice and competencies in professional qualification: exploring the quality assurance implications. In: World Association of Co-operative Education Quality Assurance Conference, 13-15 Nov 2007, Charleston, CA.

Mauthner, Melanie; Hadfield, Lucy and Edwards, Ross (2004). Status and ambivalence in children's sibling relationships. In: The BSA Annual Conferece: Sociological challenges: Conflict, anxiety and discontent, 22-24 March 2004, University of York.

Mauthner, Melanie; Hadfield, Lucy and Edwards, Ross (2003). Sibling relationships in middle childhood. In: Centre for Research on Family, Kinship and Childhood, 15th October 2003, University of Leeds.

McDonagh, Lin; Draper, Jan; Davies, Gillian; Mowbray, Wendy and Gallagher, Donna (2010). Working at the coal face: The contribution of Programme Tutors in supporting practice-based learning in nursing. In: Nurse Education Today Conference, 07-09 September 2010, Cambridge. file

McPhail, Mo and Gee, Maggie (2006). The service user and carer voice in social work education: drivers and barriers to participation at a national and local level in Scotland. In: Dilemmas for Human Services, 02-03 Sep 2005, London.

McPhail, Mo and Sidvah, Dina (2008). Discourses of diversity: ‘top down’ and grassroots approaches to recruitment and retention of Black and Minority Ethnic people in social work education. In: Dilemmas of Identity, New Public management and Governance: the 11th International Research Conference, , 31 Aug - 01 Sep 2008, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden. file

Messenger, Julie; Waights, Verina; McDonagh, Lin; Kenward, Linda; Bottoms, Rosemary; Draper, Janet; Counihan, Sheila and Holland, Lesley (2010). Recognising the potential: maximising meaningful learning in practice settings. In: Networking in healthcare education , 7-9 September 2010, Cambridge, UK, p. 156. file

Penn, Alison (2006). The fellowship of St Michael's and All Angels: 1903-1925: Rescue work for upper and middle class unmarried mothers. In: Voluntary Action History Society, 3 October 2006. file

Perryman, Leigh-Anne and Coughlan, Tony (2013). Reaching out with OER: the public-facing open scholar and the benevolent academy. In: OER13, 26-27 March 2013, Nottingham, UK. file

Perryman, Leigh-Anne and Coughlan, Tony (2014). When two worlds don’t collide: the marginalisation of open educational practices outside academia. In: OER14, 28-29 April 2014, Newcastle, UK (forthcoming). file

Simpson, Jenny (2013). Vulnerability and safeguarding: the social work 'trump cards' for the digital age. In: Social Media in Social Research , 24 June 2013, London . filefile

Terry, Gareth and Braun, Virginia (2013). Does body hair removal remain a domain of embodied gendered difference? A report from Aotearoa New Zealand. In: BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 10-12 July 2013, Windsor, United Kingdom.

Tetley, Josephine; Holland, Caroline; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people and technological innovations: lifelong learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: 39th British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference , 6-8 July 2010, Brunel University, Uxbridge.

Tetley, Josie; Holland, Caroline; Nederland, Trud; Toorn, Jessica van den; Reichert, Monika; Lis, Katharina; Mason, Anne; Kokol, Peter; Blazun , Helena; Hughes, Jonathan; Waights, Verina and Holland, Simon (2010). Older people & technological innovations-lifelong, learning and applications for health and wellbeing. In: Fourth European Nursing Congress Older Persons: the Future of Care. , 4 - 7 Oct 2010, Rotterdam. filefile

Tetley, Josie; Hughes, Jonathan; Holland, Caroline and Waights, Verina (2009). Older people and technological innovations. In: British Society of Gerontology 38th Annual Conference - Culture Diversity and Ageing, 2-4 Sep- 2009, Bristol, UK. file

Thomson, R.; Kehily, M. J. and Hadfield, L. (2005). The making of modern motherhoods. In: British Sociological Association Family Studies Group Conference: Time Space and Family Practices, 14-15 January 2005, Keele University, UK.

Thomson, Rachel and Hadfield, Lucy (2008). Creating case histories: subjects, selves and family dynamics. In: Health and Social Care Real Life Methods Seminar, 7th October 2008, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Twining, P.; Underwood, J.; Twiner, A.; Morris, D.; Ford, K.; Cook, D. and Broadie, R. (2005). eSIR: eStrategy Implementation Review. In: Becta D&R Researcher Consultation Day, 8 November 2005, Warwick, UK.

Walker, Elaine; Pearson, Beryl and Dobson, Fiona (2013). Increasing service user influence on the selection of nursing students. In: Research and Innovation in the Recruitment and Retention of Pre-registration Nursing and Midwifery Students, 21 February 2013, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Meanings of spirituality and well-being at the cancer drop-in. In: International Sociological Association RC15 International Conference - Health for All: Opportunities and Challenges, 21-23 September 2009, Jaipur, India.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). Voluntary work as the new leisure: perspectives of older women cancer sufferers. In: XVII World Congress of Sociology, 11-17 July 2010, Goteborg, Sweden.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (1999). The place of women in the UK civil engineering industry. In: Women's Worlds Conference, 20-26 June, 1999, Tromso, Norway.

Watts, Jackie (2014). Role-models in health care: should spiritual care of the dying be the concern of health professionals? In: 4th European Conference on Religion, Spirituality and Health: Integrating Religion/Spirituality into Clinical Practice: Focus on Health Care Professionals, 22-24 May 2014, Malta (Forthcoming).

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2008). Working with emotion: Challenge and resource in palliative day care settings. In: Association of Palliative Day Care Leaders Conference, 8-10 September 2008, Birmingham, UK. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2011). Volunteering: biographical continuity for women with cancer. In: 9th International Conference on Grief and Bereavement in Contemporary Society and Association for Death Education and Counseling 33rd Annual Conference , 22-25 June 2011, Miami, USA.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2011). Exploring the working role of hospice volunteers. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, 14-16 September 2011, University of Chester. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). Spiritual care at the end of life: meaning and practice. In: 3rd European Conference on Religion, Spirituality and Health, 17-19 May 2012, Bern, Switzerland.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). Working as a hospice volunteer: the challenge of professionalisation. In: 19th International Congress on Palliative Care, 9-12 October 2012, Montreal, Canada.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). Exploring the 'social' of social work practice in palliative care. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference 2012, 5-7 September 2012, University of Leicester.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2013). A preference model for sustainable hospice volunteering. In: 10th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference, 10-13 October 2013, Bangkok, Thailand.

Watts, Jacqueline H. and Psaila, Claudia (2013). Methodological innovation in the use of focus groups in qualitative health related research. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, 11-13 September 2013, University of York.

Watts, Jacqueline H.; Watts, Tony and Jordan, Lesley (2011). Healthy life styles: prevention better than cure - initiatives in Enfield. In: EU Twin Town Over 50s Project, 28-29 September 2011, Strasbourg University, Strasbourg, France.

Wheatley, Marie (2010). Exploring team learning and development in times of major NHS change. In: Delivering Better Health Services, 2-3 June 2010, Manchester Central Convention Complex, UK.

Widdowson, Beth and Birch, Maxine (2010). Managing the human-technological interface in the delivery of good teaching in open and distance education: reflecting on some key concepts, problems and solutions. In: 12th Conference Distance Education Quality: concepts, problems, solutions (DEQ-2010) , 01-03 December 2010, Moscow. file

Thesis

Adams, John (2009). 'Challenge and Change in a Cinderella Service': A History of Fulbourn Hospital, Cambridgeshire, 1953 – 1995. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Descombes, Christine Ruth Elisabeth Hermine (2002). Before ethics? : a study of the ethos of the medical profession. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Johns, Robert Geraint (2002). From farm training to therapy : a case study in the history of social work from a macro-micro social policy perspective. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Lewis, Gail (1997). Living the differences: ethnicity, gender and social work. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Ormrod, Susan (2002). Sense-making and authorising in the organisation of mental health care. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Rolph, Sheena (1999). The history of community care for people with learning difficulties in Norfolk 1930-1980 : the role of two hostels. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Worrell, Marcia Lorraine (2001). The discursive construction of child sexual abuse. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Other

Atkinson, Sarah; Coughlan, Tony and Martínez-Arboleda, Antonio (2012). Open Educational Practice (OEP) approaches to external collaboration: the arts, charities and business. The Higher Education Academy, York, UK. file

Balloch, S.; Fyvie Gauld, M.; Kocher, P. and Penn, A. (2006). A carers service in East Sussex. Health and Social Policy Research Centre, University of Brighton.

Brigham, Lindsay; Logan, Jennifer; Maxwell, Claire and Smith, Ann (2010). Turning with the Tide: an exploration of challenges facing recently qualified nurses based in the community. The Open University, Milton Keynes. filefile

Brigham, Lindsay L. and Smith, Ann G. (2008). ‘Riding the waves’ - an exploration of how students undertaking a pre-registration nursing programme develop emotional resilience. Open University, Milton Keynes. filefilefile

Bytheway, Bill; Ward, Richard; Holland, Caroline and Peace, Sheila (2007). Too old: older people's accounts of discrimination, exclusion and rejection: A report from the Research on Age Discrimination Project (RoAD) to Help the Aged. Help the Aged, London, UK.

Cavaye, Joyce (2009). Service users' views of therapeutic care. The Open University, The Open Univeristy. file

Dumbleton, Sue; Gordon, Jean; Kelly, Tim; Miller, Tina and Aldgate, Jane (2008). Making advanced entry work: The experience of social work education in Scotland. Scottish Social Services Council. file

Edwards, Rosalind; Hadfield, Lucy; Lucey, Helen and Mauthner, Melanie (2005). Who is a sister and a brother? Biological and social ties. London South Bank University.

Edwards, Rosalind; Hadfield, Lucy and Mauthner, Melanie (2005). Children's understanding of their sibling relationships. The National Children's Bureau in association with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, London, UK.

Gordon, Jean; Cooper, Barry and Dumbleton, Sue (2009). How do Social Workers use Evidence in Practice? The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Lawless, S. and Penn, A. (2004). Evaluation of the Altogether Programme. HSPRC.

Matthews, Sarah (2014). Using Drawing to Generate Data: Exploring the Role and Experiences of Approved Mental Health Professionals. SAGE Publications, Ltd., London. file

Nix, Ingrid; Cooper, Barry; Davis, Roger and McCormick, Michael (2009). Prepared for Practice? Exploring and Evaluating the First Six Months of Post-qualified Practice in Social Work. The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Pearson, Beryl and Sales, Rachel (2002). A History of Children's Nursing – The Picture Tells The Story. SCRAN, Bristol.

Pearson, Beryl and Sales, Rachel (2002). Case study evaluation report following project funding and development of on line learning resources. Scran, Edinburgh.

Penn, A. and Balloch, S. (2003). An evaluation toolkit for use in the NHS. HSPRC.

Penn, Alison (2003). Evaluation of three homeless projects in West Sussex. HSPRC.

Rose, Wendy and Aldgate, Jane (2007). Changing directions for children with challenging behaviour and their families: evaluation of Children 1st directions projects. Children 1st, Glasgow, UK.

Simpson, J.; Penn, A.; Farenden, C. and Johnston, R. (2008). Every voice counts: community empowerment research project. Community Development South East.

Tilley, Elizabeth and Graham, Helen (2010). Histories of Institutional Change, Choice and Money (Special Issue of the British Journal of Learning Disabilities). Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK.

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