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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.

Barnard, Katharine D. and Lloyd, Cathy E. eds. (2012). Psychology and Diabetes Care: a Practical Guide. London: Springer-Verlag.

Barrett, Sheila; Komaromy, Carol; Robb, Martin and Rogers, Anita eds. (2003). Communication, relationships and care: A Reader. London: Routledge.

Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. (2018). Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge.

Bornat, Joanna and Jones, Rebecca eds. (2014). Imagining Futures: Methodological Issues for Research into Ageing. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research, 13. London: Centre for Policy on Ageing.

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.

Brechin, Ann; Walmsley, Jan; Katz, Jeanne and Peace, Sheila eds. (1998). Care matters: Concepts, practice and research in health and social care. London: Sage.

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.

Brykczynska, Gosia M. and Simons, Joan eds. (2011). Ethical and Philosophical Aspects of Nursing Children and Young People. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.

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.

Cardwell, Mike; Clark, Liz and Meldrum, Claire eds. (2009). Psychology A2 for AQA A (4th ed.). London: HarperCollins.

Cardwell, Mike; Clark, Liz; Meldrum, Claire and Wadeley, Alison eds. (2009). Psychology for A2 Level for AQA (A) (4th ed.). London: HarperCollins.

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.

Clark, Alison; Flewitt, Rosie; Hammersley, Martyn and Robb, Martin eds. (2013). Understanding Research with Children and Young People. London: Sage.

Cooper, Barry; Gordon, Jean and Rixon, Andrew eds. (2015). Best Practice with Children and Families: Critical Social Work Stories. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

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

Denny, Elaine and Earle, Sarah eds. (2009). The sociology of long term conditions and nursing practice. Sociology and Nursing Practice. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah; Handsley, Stephen; Jones, Linda; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Spurr, Sue eds. (2009). A Reader in Promoting Public Health: Challenge and Controversy (2nd Edition). Published in association with The Open University. London: SAGE Publications Ltd..

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.

Drake, Deborah H.; Earle, Rod and Sloan, Jennifer eds. (2015). The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Ethnography. Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Earle, Rod and Mehigan, James eds. (2019). Degrees of Freedom: Prison Education at The Open University. UK: Policy Press (In Press).

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

Earle, Sarah and Denny, Elaine eds. (2005). Sociology for nurses. Polity Press.

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; Komaromy, Carol and Layne, Linda L. eds. (2012). Understanding reproductive loss: perspectives on life, death and fertility. Farnham: Ashgate.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle eds. (2003). Gender, identity and reproduction: social perspectives. London, UK: Palgrave.

Earle, Sarah and Letherby, Gayle eds. (2008). The sociology of healthcare: A reader for health professionals. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

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

Edwards, Richard; Sieminski, Sandy and Zeldin, David eds. (1992). Adult Learners, Education and Training. London, U.K.: Routledge.

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

Flude, Mike and Sieminski, Sandy eds. (1999). Education, Training and the Future of Work 11: Developments in Vocational Education and Training. London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: The Opern University/Routledge.

Foley, Pam and Leverett, Stephen eds. (2011). Children and young people's spaces: developing practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. (2004). Doing Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage.

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

Heller, Tom; Mustin, Rosemary; Sidell, Moyra and Lloyd, Cathy eds. (2001). Working for Health. Published in association with The Open University. London: Sage.

Hockey, Jenny; Komaromy, Carol and Woodthorpe, Kate eds. (2010). The Matter of Death: Space, Place and Materiality. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.

Johnson, Julia and De Souza, Corinne eds. (2008). Understanding health and social care: An introductory reader. London, UK: Sage.

Johnson, Julia and Slater, Robert eds. (1993). Ageing and later life. London: Sage.

Jones, Karen; Cooper, Barry and Ferguson, Harry eds. (2008). Best Practice in Social Work: Critical Perspectives. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Jones, Karen; Cooper, Barry and Ferguson, Harry eds. (2009). Lavoro per bene: Buone pratiche nel servizio sociale. Metodi e tecniche del lavoro sociale. Trento: Centro Studi Erickson.

Jones, Linda and Douglas, Jenny eds. (2012). Public Health: Building Innovative Practice. Published in association with The Open University. London: SAGE Publications.

Jones, Rebecca L. and Percival, John eds. (2006). Language and later life: Issues, methods and representations. The representation of older people in ageing research, 7. London, UK: Centre for Policy on Ageing / The Open University.

Jones, Rebecca L. and Ward, Richard eds. (2010). LGBT Issues: Looking beyond categories. Policy and Practice in Health and Social Care, 10. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press.

Katz, Jeanne; Hockey, Jenny and Small, Neil eds. (2001). Grief, Mourning and Death Ritual. Facing Death. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Katz, Jeanne; Peace, Sheila and Spurr, Sue eds. (2011). Adult Lives: A Life Course Perspective. Bristol: Policy Press.

Katz, Jeanne Samson and Peace, Sheila eds. (2003). End of life in care homes: A palliative care approach. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

King, Andrew; Almack, Kathryn and Jones, Rebecca L. eds. (2019). Intersections of ageing, gender and sexualities: Multidisciplinary international perspectives. Ageing in a Global Context. Bristol: Policy Press.

Lewis, Vicky; Kellett, Mary; Robinson, Chris; Fraser, Sandy and Ding, Sharon eds. (2004). The Reality of Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage.

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

Lloyd, Cathy and Heller, Tom eds. (2011). Long Term Conditions: Challenges in Health and Social Care Practice. London: SAGE.

Lloyd, Cathy E.; Pouwer, Frans and Hermanns, Norbert eds. (2012). Screening for Depression and Other Psychological Problems in Diabetes: A Practical Guide. London: Springer.

MacKian, Sara and Simons, Joan eds. (2013). Leading, Managing, Caring: Understanding Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care. Abingdon: Routledge in association with The Open University.

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.

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.

Norman, Kay ed. (2008). Portfolios in the Nursing Profession: Use In Assessment And Professional Development. London: Quay Books.

Read, Jim and Reynolds, Jill eds. (1996). Speaking our Minds: An Anthology of Personal Experiences of Mental Distress and its Consequences. Basingstoke: Macmillan/Palgrave.

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.

Robb, Martin ed. (2007). Youth in Context: Frameworks, Settings and Encounters. London: Sage.

Robb, Martin and Thomson, Rachel eds. (2010). Critical Practice with Children and Young People. Bristol: Policy Press.

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

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.

Seden, Janet and Reynolds, Jill eds. (2003). Managing care in practice. London, UK: Routledge.

Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. (2009). Youth Justice Handbook: Theory, Policy and Practice. Cullompton: Willan Publishing.

Taylor, Wayne; Earle, Rod and Hester, Richard eds. (2009). Youth Justice Handbook - Theory, Policy and Practice. Cullompton: Willan.

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.

Watson, Naomi A. and Wilkinson, Carol eds. (2001). Nursing in primary care: A handbook for students. Baskingstoke: Palgrave.

Watts, Jackie and Tarrant, Anna eds. (2014). Studies Of Ageing Masculinities: Still in their Infancy? Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series, 14. London: Centre for Policy on Ageing.

Wenger-Trayner, Etienne; Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark; Kubiak, Christopher; Hutchinson, Steven and Wenger-Trayner, Beverly eds. (2014). Learning in Landscapes of Practice: Boundaries, identity, and knowledgeability in practice-based learning. Abingdon: Routledge.

Abeles, Margi and Katz, Jeanne Samson (2010). A time to mourn: Reflections on Jewish bereavement practices. Bereavement Care, 29(1) pp. 19–22.

Adams, John and Johnson, Julia (2008). Older people 'found dead' at home: challenges for the coroner system in England and Wales. Mortality, 13(4) pp. 351–360.

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

Addo, O. Y.; Stein, A. D.; Fall, C. H.; Gigante, D. P.; Guntupalli, A. M.; Horta, B. L.; Kuzawa, C. W.; Lee, N.; Norris, S. A.; Osmond, C.; Prabhakaran, P.; Richter, L. M.; Sachdev, H. P. S. and Martorell, R. (2015). Parental Childhood Growth and Offspring Birthweight: Pooled Analyses from Four Birth Cohorts in Low and Middle Income Countries. American Journal of Human Biology, 27(1) pp. 99–105. file

Addo, O. Yaw; Stein, Aryeh D.; Fall, Caroline H.; Gigante, Denise P.; Guntupalli, Aravinda M.; Horta, Bernardo L.; Kuzawa, Christopher W.; Lee, Nanette; Norris, Shane A.; Prabhakaran, Poornima; Richter, Linda M.; Sachdev, Harshpal S.; Martorell, Reynaldo and COHORTS, Group (2013). Maternal height and child growth patterns. The Journal of Pediatrics, 163(2) pp. 549–554. file

Ahmed, Faraz; Abel, Gary A; Lloyd, Cathy E; Burt, Jenni and Roland, Martin (2015). Does the availability of a South Asian language in practices improve reports of doctor-patient communication from South Asian patients? Cross sectional analysis of a national patient survey in English general practices. BMC Family Practice, 16(55) file

Ali, Nasreen; Quereshi, Iritza; Sidika, Tamanna; Mondokova, Andrea; Muhmood, Sultan; Jan, Azra; Garcia, Rebecca; Cook, Erica; Burden, Barbara; Reid, Caroline and Randhawa, Gurch (2018). Barriers and Enablers for UK Home Grown South Asian Prospective Students Choosing Nursing and Midwifery Courses and Careers. Diversity and Equality in Healthcare, 15(4) pp. 190–197. file

Alleyn, Chrissy and Jones, Rebecca L. (2010). Queerying care: Dissident Trans identities in health and social care settings. In: Jones, Rebecca L and Ward, Richard eds. LGBT Issues: Looking beyond categories. Policy and Practice in Health and Social Care (10). Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press, pp. 56–68. file

Almack, Kathryn; Jones, Rebecca L. and Scicluna, Rachael (2018). Bisexuality and ageing: Why it matters for social work practice. In: Dunk-West, Priscilla and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish eds. Sexuality, Sexual Identity and Intimacy Research in Social Work and Social Care: A Lifecourse Epistemology. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 142–154. file

Anthony, Becky; Baker, Lisa; Brady, Shane R.; Counselman-Carpenter, Beth; Cummings, Stephen; Curington, Allison M.; Ferrari, Katherine D.; Fink-Samnick, Ellen; Goldkind, Lauri; Joiner, Janet M.; Jones, Nathalie; King, Dione M.; Marquart, Matthea; Parga, Jennifer; Quinn, Carlene; Rembold, Liz; Schwartz, Sara L.; Simpson, Jenny; Singer, Jonathan B.; Taylor, Amanda M.L.; Young, Jimmy A. and Zgoda, Karen (2017). Technology in Social Work Education: Educators’ Perspectives on the NASW Technology Standards for Social Work Education and Supervision. University at Buffalo School of Social Work, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.

Anyanwu, E. and Watson, N. (1997). Alcohol dependance: A critical look at effects of alcohol metabolism. Reviews on Environmental Health, 12(3) pp. 201–213.

Arai, L.; Britten, N.; Popay, J.; Roberts, H.; Petticrew, M.; Rodgers, M. and Sowden, A. (2007). Testing methodological developments in the conduct of narrative synthesis: a demonstration review of research on the implementation of smoke alarm interventions. Evidence and Policy, 3(3) pp. 361–383.

Arai, Lisa (2007). Peer & neighbourhood influences on teenage pregnancy & fertility. Health & Place, 13(1) pp. 87–98.

Arai, Lisa (2009). What a difference a decade makes: Rethinking teenage pregnancy as a problem. Social Policy and Society, 8(2) pp. 171–183.

Arai, Lisa (2003). British policy on teenage pregnancy and childbearing: the limitations of comparisons with other European countries. Critical Social Policy, 23(1) pp. 89–102.

Arai, Lisa (2003). Low expectations, sexual attitudes and knowledge: explaining teenage pregnancy and fertility in English communities. Insights from qualitative research. Sociological Review, 51(2) pp. 199–217.

Arai, Lisa and Harding, Seeromanie (2004). A review of the epidemiological literature on the health of UK-born black caribbeans. Critical Public Health, 14(2) pp. 81–116. file

Arai, Lisa; Roen, Katrina; Roberts, Helen and Popay, Jennie (2005). It might work in Oklahoma but will it work in Oakhampton? Context and implementation in the effectiveness literature on domestic smoke detectors. Injury Prevention, 11 pp. 148–151. file

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.

Baillie, Lesley (2017). An exploration of the 6Cs as a set of values for nursing practice. British Journal of Nursing, 26(10) pp. 558–563. file

Baillie, Lesley (2019). Exchanging focus groups for individual interviews during qualitative data collection: a discussion. Nurse Researcher, 27(2) file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2017). How does the length of day shift affect patient care on older people's wards? A mixed method study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 75 pp. 154–162. file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2018). Personal information documents for people with dementia: healthcare staff’s perceptions and experiences. Dementia (Early Access). file

Baillie, Lesley and Thomas, Nicola (2019). Changing from 12‐hr to 8‐hr day shifts: A qualitative exploration of effects on organising nursing care and staffing. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 28(1-2) pp. 148–158. file

Bakhbakhi, Danya; Siassakos, Dimitrios; Burden, Christy; Jones, Ffion; Yoward, Freya; Redshaw, Maggie; Murphy, Samantha and Storey, Claire (2017). Learning from deaths: Parents’ Active Role and ENgagement in The review of their Stillbirth/perinatal death (the PARENTS 1 study). BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 17, article no. 333. file

Balogun, Saliu Adejumobi and Guntupalli, Aravinda Meera (2016). Gender differences in the prevalence and socio-demographic correlates of mobility disability among older adults in Nigeria. European Journal of Ageing, 13(3) pp. 231–239. file

Banks, Mark and MacKian, Sara (2000). Jump in! The water’s warm: a comment on Peck's 'grey geography'. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 25(3) pp. 249–254.

Barbour, R. S.; MacLeod, M.; Mires, G. and Anderson, A. S. (2012). Uptake of folic acid supplements before and during pregnancy: focus group analysis of women’s views and experiences. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 25(2) pp. 140–147. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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

Barbour, Rosaline; Porter, Maureen A.; Peddie, Valerie L. and Bhattacharya, Siladitya (2013). Counselling in the context of fertility and cancer: Some sociological insights. Human Fertility, 16(1) pp. 54–58.

Barbour, Rosaline S. (2010). Using qualitative methods in comparative research. Salute e Società, 9(2) pp. 65–79.

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. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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.

Barker, Meg; Richards, Christina; Jones, Rebecca; Bowes-Catton, Helen; Plowman, Tracey; Yockney, Jen and Morgan, Marcus (2012). The Bisexuality Report: Bisexual inclusion in LGBT equality and diversity. Centre for Citizenship, Identity and Governance. The Open University. file

Barker, Meg; Richards, Christina; Jones, Rebecca and Monro, Surya (2011). BiReCon: An International Academic Conference on Bisexuality. Journal of Bisexuality, 11(2-3) pp. 157–170. file

Barker, Meg; Yockney, Jen; Richards, Christina; Jones, Rebecca; Bowes-Catton, Helen and Plowman, Tracey (2012). Guidelines for researching and writing about bisexuality. Journal of Bisexuality, 12(3) pp. 376–392. file

Barnard, K. D.; Lloyd, C. E. and Skinner, T. C. (2007). Systematic literature review: quality of life associated with insulin pump use in Type 1 diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, 24(6) pp. 607–617.

Barnard, Katharine and Lloyd, Cathy E. (2011). Experiencing depression and diabetes. In: Lloyd, Cathy E. and Heller, Tom eds. Long Term Conditions: Challenges in Health and Social Care Practice. London: SAGE.

Barnard, Katharine D.; Lloyd, Cathy E. and Holt, Richard I. G. (2012). Psychological burden of diabetes and what it means to people with diabetes. In: Barnard, Katherine D. and Lloyd, Cathy E. eds. Psychology and diabetes care: a practical guide. London: Springer, pp. 1–22.

Barnes, Fiona; Cole, Sue and Nix, Ingrid (2018). Supporting and Enabling Scholarship: Developing and Sharing Expertise in Online Learning and Teaching. Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 6(1) pp. 66–74. file

Barnett, Elizabeth and Storey, John (2001). Narratives of learning, development and innovation: evidence from a manufacturing SME. Enterprise and Innovation Management Studies, 2(2) pp. 83–101.

Barrow, Pat and Cooper, Barry (2014). Negotiating solutions. In: Cooper, Barry; Gordon, Jean and Rixon, Andrew eds. Best Practice With Children and Families: Critical Social Work Stories. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 174–185.

Bartolini, Nadia (2015). The politics of vibrant matter: consistency, containment and the concrete of Mussolini’s bunker. Journal of Material Culture, 20(2) pp. 191–210. file

Bartolini, Nadia (2013). Rome’s pasts and the creation of new urban spaces: brecciation, matter, and the play of surfaces and depths. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 31(6) pp. 1041–1061. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Bartolini, Nadia (2014). Critical urban heritage: from palimpsest to brecciation. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 20(5) pp. 519–533.

Bartolini, Nadia; Chris, Robert; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2017). The place of spirit: Modernity and the geographies of spirituality. Progress in Human Geography, 41(3) pp. 338–354. file

Bartolini, Nadia; Chris, Robert; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2013). Psychics, crystals, candles and cauldrons: alternative spiritualities and the question of their esoteric economies. Social & Cultural Geography, 14(4) pp. 367–388.

Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2019). Spirit knows: materiality, memory and the recovery of Spiritualist places and practices in Stoke-on-Trent. Social & Cultural Geography, 20(8) pp. 1114–1137. file

Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve (2018). Spaces of spirituality: an introduction. In: Bartolini, Nadia; MacKian, Sara and Pile, Steve eds. Spaces of Spirituality. Routledge Research in Culture, Space and Identity. London: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

Bartolini, Nadia; Raghuram, Parvati and Revill, George (2016). Provocations of the present: what culture for what geography? Social & Cultural Geography, 17(6) pp. 745–752. file

Bassett, Sally; Waights, Verina; De Normanville, Claire; Brown, Alan; Cave, Ian; Lee, Sarah; Dennis, Lucy; Taylor, Paul; Eaton, Anne; Morton, Tracey; Moore, Ros; Lyndon, Helen and Mitcham, Liz (2007). Fitness to practice: an assurance framework for community matrons and case managers. NHS East of England, UK.

Bates, Angie and Wheatley, Marie (1998). School Nursing: Managing a BCG administration programme. Community Practitioner, 71(4)

Batista, Luciano and Cornock, Marc (2009). Information sharing in e-government initiatives: Freedom of Information and Data Protection issues concerning local government. Journal of Information, Law & Technology(2) restricted access item, not available for direct download

Bature, Fidelia; Vseteckova, Jitka; Pang, Dong; Pappas, Yannis and Guinn, Barbara (2019). Retrospective medical record research: Reflections of a unsponsored researcher. Biomedical Journal of Scientific and Technical Research, 21(4) pp. 16080–16086. file

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.

Beaumont, Kythe; Douglas, Jenny; Heller, Tom and Jones, Linda (2007). Making and changing healthy public policy. In: Lloyd, Cathy E.; Handsley, Stephen; Douglas, Jenny; Earle, Sarah and Spurr, Sue eds. Policy and Practice in Promoting Public Health. London: Sage/OU, pp. 65–93.

Beaver, Kinta; Tysver-Robinson, Debbie; Campbell, Malcolm; Twomey, Mary; Williamson, Susan; Hindley, Andrew; Susnerwala, Shabbir; Dunn, Graham and Luker, Karen (2009). Comparing hospital and telephone follow-up after treatment for breast cancer: randomised equivalence trial. British Medical Journal, 338(3147) file

Bećirević, Majda (2011). Inclusion or illusion?: Policies and practices for children with disabilities and their families in Bosnia & Herzegovina and Bulgaria. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Becirevic, Majda and Dowling, Monica (2013). The role of non government organisations (NGOs) in advancing the inclusion of children with disabilities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and Bulgaria. In: Rassel, Michael and Iarskaia-Smirnova, Elena eds. Disability in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. BASEES/Routledge Series on Russian and East European Studies, 1. London: Routledge. file

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

Becker, D; Orchard, T and Lloyd, Cathy (1994). Control and outcome: clinical and epidemiological aspects. In: Kelnar, C.J.H. ed. Childhood and adolescent diabetes. London: Chapman and Hall.

Bell, Jo; Stanley, Nicky; Mallon, Sharon and Manthorpe, Jill (2015). Insights into the processes of suicide contagion: Narratives from young people bereaved by suicide. Suicidology Online, 6(1) pp. 43–52. file

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.

Bennett, R. and Waterhouse, Philippa (2018). Work and Family Transitions and the Self-Rated Health of Young Women in South Africa. Social Science and Medicine, 203 pp. 9–18. file

Berer, Marge and Hoggart, Lesley (2018). Editorial: Medical abortion pills have the potential to change everything about abortion. Contraception, 97(2) pp. 79–81. file

Beretta, R (2015). Place promotion, place protection and development planning. DSocSci thesis University of Bristol.

Beretta, Ruth (2013). Approaching Learning. In: Brotherton, Graham and Parker, Steven eds. Your Foundation in Health and Social Care. Sage, pp. 3–38. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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