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Bartlam, Bernadette, Waterfield, Jacqueline, Bishop, Annette, Holden, Melanie A., Barlas, Panos, Ismail, Khaled M., KETTLE, Christine and Foster, Nadine E. (2018) The Role of Qualitative Research in Clinical Trial Development: The EASE Back Study. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 12 (3). pp. 325-343. ISSN 1558-6901


CORBETT, Rob and SUCKLING, Steven (2018) Professionalisation of Operating Department Practice: An evolutionary perspective,. Journal of Education and Work. ISSN 1363-9080

CRISP, Elizabeth (2018) Do we acknowledge families’ sexual and reproductive health needs within maternity services? A practising midwife’s reflection. M.I.D.I.R.S. Midwifery Digest, 28 (2). ISSN 0961-5555

CRISP, Elizabeth (2018) Sex workers: a call for midwives’ awareness, discussion, research and practice development. MIDIRS, 28 (3). (Submitted)

CRISP, Elizabeth and JACKSON, Susan (2018) Collaborative Learning in Practice Models: (Clip) The Dynamic Learning and care environment: Fundamental piece of the contemporary healthcare crisis solution - a reflection of the past. In: Patient Safety, Five Years on:towards safer care, 19 April 2018, Stafford. (Unpublished)

CRISP, Elizabeth and JACKSON, Susan (2018) Learning and Practice Models (Clip) The Dynamic Learning and Care Environment : fundamental piece of contemporary healthcare crisis solution - a reflection of the past. In: Patient Safety, Five Years on:towards safer care, 19 April 2018, Stafford. (Unpublished)

CUST, Fiona and CARTER, Ruth (2018) Midwives’ views on recruiting to a randomised controlled trial exploring peer support for women with low mood antenatally. Midwifery Digest, Dec. ISSN 0961-5555 (In Press)


KEVERN, Peter (2018) Ageing, Religion and (in)equality. In: Ageing Diversity and Inequality: Social justice perspectives. Routledge. (Submitted)

KEVERN, Peter (2018) Is There a ‘Spirituality Across Faiths’? insights from evolutionary and developmental science. Interreligious Insight, 15 (2). pp. 30-39. ISSN 1742-1888

KEVERN, Peter (2018) “It’s beautiful to be old.” In search of emergent Catholic Social Teaching on Old Age. New Blackfriars. ISSN 1741-2005.

KEVERN, Peter and Brooker, Dawn (2018) Spiritual Care in the Presence of Dementia. In: Spiritual Care in a Mental Health Setting. Jessica Kingsley. (In Press)

KEVERN, Peter and Stiffoss-Hanssen, Hans (2018) The Challenges of Dementia Care and the (Un)Making of Meaning: analysis of an online forum on carer spirituality. In: Exploring Practices in Theological Research conference, Oslo, 10-12 December 2018, Oslo, Norway. (In Press)

KEVERN, Peter and Stifoss-hanssen, Hans (2018) The Challenges Of Dementia Care And The (Un)Making Of Meaning: Analysis Of An Online Forum On Carer Spirituality. Dementia. ISSN 1471-3012


McBride, Sarah and KEVERN, Peter (2018) China:US intercountry adoption: a Quantitative Grounded Theory Study. International Journal of Sociology & Social Policy, 38 (7/8). ISSN 0144333X

McCoy, David and SAUNDERS, Patrick (2018) Fracking and health. BMJ (Clinical research ed.), 361. k2397. ISSN 1756-1833


NOLAN, Peter (2018) The religious and secular antecedents of modern mental health care. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 7 (3). pp. 108-112. ISSN 2052-496X


TOLHURST, Edward and Weicht, Bernhard (2018) Unyielding selflessness: Relational negotiations, dementia and care. Journal of Aging Studies, 47 (Dec). pp. 32-38. ISSN 08904065

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