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Cavaye , Joyce and Watts, Jacqueline H. (2014). Student nurses learning about death, dying and loss: too little too late? Illness, Crisis and Loss, 22(4) pp. 293–310. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Cavaye, Joyce and Watts, Jacqueline H. (2014). An integrated literature review of death education in pre-registration nursing curricula: key themes. International Journal of Palliative Care, 2014, article no. 564619. file

Cavaye, Joyce and Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). End-of-life education in the pre-registration nursing curriculum: Patient, carer, nurse and student perspectives. Journal of Research in Nursing, 17(4) pp. 317–326. file

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 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.


Watts, Jacqueline H. (2015). Support and information needs of hospice volunteers. In: 11th Asia Pacific Hospice Conference, 30 April - 3 May 2015, Taipei, Taiwan (forthcoming).

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2015). Gender, health and healthcare: men's and women's experience of health and working in healthcare roles. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (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.

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. (2013). Considering the role of social work in palliative care: reflections from the literature. European Journal of Palliative Care, 20(4) pp. 199–201. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2013). Working with a local older people's forum on a European research project. In: Tetley, Josie; Watts, Jacqueline H. and Reynolds, Jill eds. Coproduction? Working with Existing Older People's Groups. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research, 11. London: Centre for Policy on Ageing, pp. 57–71. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2013). Exploring the 'social' of social work in palliative care: working with diversity. Illness, Crisis, & Loss, 21(4) pp. 281–295. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). Preparing doctoral candidates for the viva: issues for students and supervisors. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 36(3) pp. 371–381. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). To publish or not to publish before submission? Considerations for doctoral students and supervisors. Creative Education, 3(26A) pp. 1101–1107. file

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. (2012). Hospice volunteering: work, socially useful leisure or just filling in time? European Journal of Palliative Care, 19(4) pp. 195–197. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). Working as a hospice volunteer. Illness Crisis and Loss, 20(2) pp. 101–117. 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). Women working in construction management roles: is it worth it? Global Journal of Management Science and Technology, 1(3) pp. 38–44. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2012). The place of volunteering in palliative care. In: Chang, E. and Johnson, A. eds. Contemporary and Innovative Practice in Palliative Care. InTech, pp. 83–102. file

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.

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. (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. and Abela, Jurgen (2011). Malta Hospice Movement: care in a tightly knit community. European Journal of Palliative Care, 18(2) pp. 97–99.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). "It's not really like a hospice": spaces of self-help and community care for cancer. In: Maddrell, Avril and Sidaway, James D. eds. Deathscapes - Spaces for Death, Dying, Mourning and Remembrance. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 19–36.

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. (2010). Ethical and practical challenges of participant observation in sensitive health research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 14(4) pp. 301–312. file

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. (2010). Team supervision of the doctorate: managing roles, relationships and contradictions. Teaching in Higher Education, 15(3) pp. 335–339. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. and Psaila, Claudia (2010). Spiritual care at the end of life: whose job is it? European Journal of Palliative Care, 17(3) pp. 126–129. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). Supervising part-time doctoral students: Issues and challenges. In: Walker, Melanie and Thomson, Pat eds. The Routledge Doctoral Supervisor's Companion. London: Routledge, pp. 123–130.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). Teaching a distance higher education curriculum behind bars: challenges and opportunities. Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 25(1) pp. 57–64. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2010). 'Now you see me, now you don't': The visibility paradox for women in a male-dominated profession. In: Lewis, Patricia and Simpson, Ruth eds. Revealing and Concealing Gender: Issues of Visibility in Organizations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 175–193.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). From professional to PhD student: challenges of status transition. Teaching in Higher Education, 14(6) pp. 687–691. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Cancer, life review and the boundary between the 'personal' and academic research. Electronic Nottingham Quarterly for Ideas, Research and Evaluation - ENQUIRE, 4 pp. 1–22. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Illness and the creative arts: a critical exploration. In: Earle, Sarah; Bartholomew, Carole and Komaromy, Carol eds. Death and Dying: A Reader. London, UK: Sage in association with the Open University, pp. 102–108.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Being orphaned in early adulthood. In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Bartholomew, Caroline eds. Making Sense of Death, Dying and Bereavement: An Anthology. London, UK: Sage, pp. 125–126.

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. (2009). Leaders of men: women 'managing' in construction. Work, Employment and Society, 23(3) pp. 512–530. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Meanings of spirituality at the cancer drop-in. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being, 4(2) pp. 86–93. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). 'I come because I can'. Stories of hope from the cancer drop-in. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 17(2) pp. 149–166.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2009). Working with emotion in palliative day care. European Journal of Palliative Care, 16(4) pp. 188–190. file

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2008). Journeying with Morrie: challenging notions of professional delivery of spiritual care at the end of life. Illness, Crisis and Loss, 16(4) pp. 305–319. file

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. (2008). Integrity in qualitative research. In: Given, Lisa M. ed. The Sage Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods, Volume 1. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, pp. 440–441.

Watts, J. H. (2008). Emotion, empathy and exit: reflections on doing ethnographic qualitative research on sensitive topics. Medical Sociology Online, 3(2) pp. 3–14. file

Watts, J. H. (2008). Impression management: a form of emotion work for women in a male-dominated profession. International Journal of Work, Organisation and Emotion, 2(3) pp. 221–235.

Watts, J. H. (2008). Challenges of supervising part-time PhD students: towards student-centred practice. Teaching in Higher Education, 13(3) pp. 369–373.

Watts, J. H. and Waraker, S. M. (2008). When is a student not a student? Issues of identity and conflict on a distance learning work-based nurse education programme. Learning in Health and Social Care, 7(2) pp. 105–113.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). Locating the 'I' in the teaching of death and dying: challenges of the open distance learning model. Open Learning, 22(3) pp. 263–271.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). Porn, pride and pessimism: experiences of women working in professional construction roles. Work, Employment and Society, 21(2) pp. 299–316.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). 'Allowed into a Man's World' Meanings of Work–Life Balance: Perspectives of Women Civil Engineers as ‘Minority’ Workers in Construction. Gender, Work and Organization, 16(1) pp. 37–57.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2007). 'Can't take a joke? Humour as resistance, refuge and exclusion in a highly gendered workplace'. Feminism & Psychology, 17(2) pp. 259–266.

Watts, Jacqueline H. (2006). The outsider within:dilemmas of qualitative feminist research within a culture of resistance. Qualitative Research, 6(3) pp. 385–402.

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.

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