Social Work Publications

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Allain L, Cocker C with Hinds O, Naluwaga E and Babondock A (2011) ‘What’s Important for Looked After Children? The Views of Young People Leaving Care’ in C Cocker and L Allain (eds) Advanced Social Work Practice with Children and Families  Exeter, Learning Matters

Bell, L, Lewis-Brooke, S, Herring, R, Lehane, L, O’Farrell-Pearce,S (2020) Mothers’ Voices: Hearing and Assessing the Contributions of ‘Birth Mothers’ to the Development of Social Work Interventions and Family Support’ The British Journal of Social Work, bcaa138, https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcaa138

Baiocco, R., Pezzella, A., Pistella, J., Kouta, C., Rousou, E., Rocamora Perez, P., López Liria, R., Dudau, V., Doru, A., Kuckert-Wöstheinrich, A., Ziegler, S., Nielsen, D., Twisttmann Bay, L., and Papadopoulos, I. (2021). LGBT+ Training Needs for Health and Social Care Professionals:   A Cross-Cultural Comparison Among Seven European Countries. Sexuality Research and Social Policy. DOI: 10.1007/s13178-020-00521-2.

Cunningham, S. and Lambert, N., (2020) Inclusive Learning, Diversity and Nurse Education. In Dimensions on Nursing Teaching and Learning (pp. 65-81). Springer, Cham.

Gleeson, H.; Hafford-Letchfield, T.; Quaife, M.; Collins, D.; & Flynn, A. (2018). Preventing and responding to depression, self-harm and suicide in older people living in long term care settings: A systematic review, Ageing & Mental Health, DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2018.1501666

Gleeson, H., Duke, K. & Thom, B. (2019).  Challenges to providing culturally sensitive drug interventions for Black and Asian minority ethnic (BAME) groups within UK youth justice systems. Drugs and Alcohol Today. DOI: 10.1108/DAT-11-2018-0068

Kelly, M. & Gleeson, H. (2018).  Factors affecting black and minority ethnic student’s decision to access mindfulness based support at university.  Mental Health Nursing, December 2018/January 2019 edition.

Gleeson, H. (2018). Exploring the meaning of young people’s attitudes towards the police. A qualitative study of Irish youth.  International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice, 55, 97-105. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijlcj.2018.10.004

Hafford-Letchfield, T., Gleeson, H., Ryan,P., Billings, B.; Teacher R., Quaife M., Flynn A., Zanone Poma, S. and Vicentini, S. ‘He just gave up’: an exploratory study into the perspectives of paid carers on supporting older people living in care homes with depression, self-harm, and suicide ideation and behaviours, Ageing & Society (2018), 1–20, DOI:10.1017/S0144686X18001447

Hafford-Letchfield, T, Gleeson, H , Mohammed, R.  (2018). Article: Vulnerable Adults in the Privately Rented Sector in England: A Snapshot of Current Practice Issues. Journal: Practice.

Hingley-Jones, H, Allain, L, Gleeson, H and Twumasi, B (2019) ‘Roll back the years’: A study of grandparent special guardians’ experiences and implications for social work policy and practice in England. Child and Family Social Work (advance access) DOI:ID.1111/cfs.12718

Lambert, N. and Carr S. (2018) ‘Outside the Original Remit’: Co‐production in UK mental health research, lessons from the field International Journal of Mental Health Nursing

Lambert, N. (2018) Informed Gender Practice in Acute Mental Health: When Policy Makes Sense in Eds: Beresford, P. and Carr, S. Social policy first hand An international introduction to participatory social welfare

Papadopoulos, R. Lazzarino, R., Miah, S., Weaver, T. Thomas, B. & Koulouglioti, C. (2020) A Systematic Review of Socially Assistive Robots in Pre-tertiary Education. Computers & Education. 155,

Reilly, E., Hafford-Letchfield, T. and Lambert, N., (2020) Women ageing solo in Ireland: An exploratory study of women’s perspectives on relationship status and future care needs. Qualitative Social Work, 19(1), pp.75-92.

 

Official Reports 

Evaluation Report: (November 2020) A report on LB Hackney’s Family Learning Intervention Programme (FLIP): Perspectives of families and professionals: Dr. Lucille Allain; Tricia Mc Quarrie; Dr. Helen Hingley-Jones; Dr. Helen Gleeson; Diane Apeah-Kubi; Bola Ogunnaike, Sarah Lewis-Brooke

Jain B, Hafford-Letchfield T, Chandra C, O'Farrell-Pearce S, Billings B, Teacher R, Syed S., Ellmers T. & Clancy C. (2019) Assessing the Impact of the Mayhew “Therapaws” Dog-Assisted Therapy Programme on Older People in Care Homes, 31 Jul, London, Commissioned Technical/Research Report

 

Recent presentations

International Research symposium: Allain, L, Hingley-Jones, H, Shuttleworth, P, Davey, J, Gutierrez-Munoz, C (November 2020): ‘Contemporary perspectives on kinship care arrangements and experiences in UK and Chile’ . Coram BAAF: Fostering and Adoption Academy with specific presentation: Allain, L (November 2020): Lawyers’, Social Workers’ and Carers’ Perspectives on Special Guardianship for Children: Moral dilemmas and court processes

Allain L and Hingley-Jones H (10 November 2020) ‘Shifting sands: Researching carers’ and professionals’ dilemmas in the changing world of Special Guardianship and Connected Persons Placements: issues for practice’. Kings College London:  The Health & Social Care Workforce Research Unit: Contemporary Issues & Debates in Social Work Education, Research & Practice

Lewis-Brooke, S, Bell, Linda and Herring, Rachel and Lehane, L, O’Farrell Pearce, S and So, T (2017) Mothers apart: an action research project based on partnership between a local authority and a university in London, England. Revista de Asistentã Socialã (3). pp. 5-15. ISSN 1583-0608 Item availability restricted.

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