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Larkin, Michael and Boden-Stuart, Zoë (2024). Concluding thoughts: Relational hopes, relational realities. In: Boden-Stuart, Zoë and Larkin, Michael eds. Relationships and Mental Health: Relational experience in distress and recovery. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Alhaboby, Zhraa; Barnes, James; Evans, Hala and Short, Emma (2023). Cyber-victimisation of adults with long-term conditions in the UK: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 25, article no. 39933.

Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; Evans, Hala; Barnes, James and Short, Emma (2023). The Impact of Cybervictimization on the Self-Management of Chronic Conditions: Lived Experiences. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 25, article no. e40227.

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Pacini, Adele and Shrestha, Prithvi (2022). Beyond input‑output: Applying dynamic systems theory to the complexity of implementing mental health interventions in non‑western cultures. In: Proceedings of the 5th UK Implementation Science Research Conference, 14-15 Jul 2022, London, pp. 18–19.

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Ersotelos, Nikolaos; Bottarelli, Mirko; Al-Khateeb, Haider; Epiphaniou, Gregory; Alhaboby, Zhraa; Pillai, Prashant and Aggoun, Amar (2021). Blockchain and IoMT against Physical Abuse: Bullying in Schools as a Case Study. Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks, 10(1), article no. 1.

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Ahmadi-Assalemi, G.; Al-Khateeb, H.; Maple, C.; Epiphaniou, G.; Alhaboby, Z. A.; Alkaabi, S. and Alhaboby, D. (2020). Digital Twins for Precision Healthcare. In: Jahankhani, H.; Kendzierskyj, S.; Chelvachandran, N. and Ibarra, J. eds. Cyber Defence in the Age of AI, Smart Societies and Augmented Humanity. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Cham.: Springer, pp. 133–158.

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Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; Barnes, James; Evans, Hala and Short, Emma (2019). Cyber-Victimization of People With Chronic Conditions and Disabilities: A Systematic Review of Scope and Impact. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 20(3) pp. 398–415.

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Alhaboby, Z. A.; Evans, H.; Barnes, J. and Short, E. (2018). Disability and ­Cyber-Victimization. In: Schatz, J. L. and George, A. E. eds. The Image of Disability. McFarland Press, pp. 167–182.

Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; Alhaboby, Doaa; Al-Khateeb, Haider M.; Epiphaniou, Gregory; Kbaier Ben Ismail, Dhouha; Jahankhani, Hamid and Pillai, Prashant (2018). Understanding the Cyber-Victimisation of People with Long Term Conditions and the Need for Collaborative Forensics-Enabled Disease Management Programmes. In: Jahankhani, Hamid ed. Cyber Criminology. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Advanced Sciences and Technologies for Security Applications. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 227–250.

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al-Khateeb, Haider M.; Epiphaniou, Gregory; Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; Barnes, James and Short, Emma (2017). Cyberstalking: Investigating formal intervention and the role of Corporate Social Responsibility. Telematics and Informatics, 34(4) pp. 339–349.

Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; Barnes, James; Evans, Hala and Short, Emma (2017). Challenges facing online research: Experiences from research concerning cyber-victimisation of people with disabilities. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 11(1), article no. 8.

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Alhaboby, Zhraa A.; al-Khateeb, Haider M.; Barnes, James and Short, Emma (2016). ‘The language is disgusting and they refer to my disability’: the cyberharassment of disabled people. Disability & Society, 31(8) pp. 1138–1143.

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