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Allan, Chris, Mooney, John and Ling, Jonathan (2018) Social deprivation as a marker for alcohol harms, and implications for local harm reduction policies in England: an ecological study. The Lancet, 292 (S15). s15. ISSN 0140-6736

Allbutt, J. D. and Ling, Jonathan (2016) Adult college learners of British Sign Language: Educational provision and learner self-report variables associated with exam success. Sign Language Studies, Spring. ISSN 0302-1475

Atkinson, Rowland and Rodgers, Tom (2016) Pleasure Zones and Murder Boxes: Online Pornography and Violent Video Games as Cultural Zones of Exception. British Journal of Criminology, 56 (6). pp. 1291-1307. ISSN 0007-0955

Attwood, F and Smith, Clarissa (2019) Engaging with pornography: an examination of women aged 18–26 as porn consumers. Feminist Media Studies.

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Badenhorst, J., Lindsey, L., Ling, Jonathan, Husband, Andy and Todd, Adam (2015) Widening the scope for early cancer detection: Identification of alarm symptoms by community pharmacies. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy, 37 (3). pp. 465-470. ISSN 2210-7703

Balupuri, S., Smith, B., Christopher, C., Graham, Yitka, Parmar, C., Mahawar, K. and Jennings, K. (2015) AST to ALT ratio is non-predictive: need for liver biopsy. In: International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders 20th World Congress, 26-29 Aug 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Submitted)

Banks, Jon, Wye, Lesley, Hall, Nicola, Rooney, James, Walter, Fiona, Hamilton, Willie, Gjini, Ardiana and Rubin, Greg (2017) The researchers’ role in knowledge translation: a realist evaluation of the development and implementation of diagnostic pathways for cancer in two UK localities. Health Research Policy and Systems, 15 (103). ISSN 1478-4505

Ben Jaffel, Hager and Pearson, Jeremy (2021) Intelligence, law enforcement and Brexit [Web article]. UK in a Changing Europe, London, UK.

Bennet, J., Darrien, J., Graham, Yitka and Woodcock, S. (2015) What is revisional bariatric surgery? In: British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society 6th Annual Scientific Meeting, 22-24 Jan 2015, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. (Submitted)

Blackburn, Gayle (2022) Observing and Supporting Children’s Wellbeing, Learning, Progression and Transitions. In: The Early Childhood Graduate Practitioner Competencies. Sage, London, pp. 71-89. ISBN 9781529760101

Bleasby, Cally (2022) The Experiences of Social Workers Undertaking Pre-birth Assessment: Professional Doctorate Conference Presentation. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Bleasby, Cally (2023) “Nobody wants to remove a baby... That’s the crux of it”: Social Workers’ Experiences of Undertaking Pre-Birth Assessments. Doctoral thesis, University of Dundee.

Bleasby, Cally, Douglass, Marie, Forster, Rachael, Simpson, Diane, Regan, Kristy, Scorer, Jamie, Watson, Phil, Pearson, Bethany, Mendum, Ian, Coffey, Leigh-Anne, Horne, Jemma, Mayne, Hannah, Pickering, Hannah and Barrett, Sally (2023) Peer power: Implementing a social work peer mentoring scheme. In: JSWEC 2023, 15-16/06/2023, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Bleasby, Cally, Simpson, Diane, Scorer, Jamie, Regan, Kristy and Watson, Phil (2022) FES Conference Peer Mentoring Round Table Presentation. In: FES Conference, 13/06/2022, Online. (Unpublished)

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Cavener, John and Lonbay, Sarah (2022) Enhancing ‘Best Practice’ in Trauma-Informed Social Work Education: Insights from a Study Exploring Educator and Student Experiences. Social Work Education. pp. 1-22. ISSN 1470-1227

Clayton, John, Donovan, Catherine and Macdonald, Stephen J (2016) A Critical Portrait of Hate Crime/Incident Reporting in North East England: The Value of Statistical Data and the Politics of Recording in an Age of Austerity. Geoforum, 75. pp. 64-74. ISSN 0016-7185

Clayton, John and Macdonald, Stephen J (2013) The Limits of Technology: Social Class, Occupation and Digital Inclusion in the City of Sunderland, England. Information, Communication & Society, 16 (6). pp. 945-966. ISSN 1369-118X

Coe, Dorothy and Fulton, John (2016) Social Arenas of Caring Practice. Journal of Ethnographic & Qualitative Research, 11 (1). pp. 32-54. ISSN 1935-3308

Collier, Mike (2015) 'Ghosts of the Restless Shore: Space, Place and Memory'. 22 Aug - 15 Nov 2016, The Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport, PR8 1DB.

Connelly, Sarah (2023) How are the ‘forgotten group’ in the cost-of-living crisis constructing capital volunteering in the criminal justice system? An exploration into opportunity, inclusion, and the practice knowledge acquired by working-class students in the Northeast of England. In: Faculty of Education and Society Fifth Annual Staff Research Conference: Economic and Social Inclusion, 12th June 2023, University of Sunderland. (Submitted)

Connelly, Sarah (2021) ReportOUT, Hidden Voices Podcast: Series 2: United Kingdom. [Audio] (Submitted)

Connelly, Sarah and Naisby, Lauren (2023) Reflections on the Northumbria Local Appropriate Adult Scheme 2023. In: DisCrim: (UKRI) Violence Abuse and Mental Health Network, 12th March 2023, University of Sunderland. (Submitted)

Cosgrove, Faye (2016) 'I wannabe a copper': The engagement of Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) with the dominant police occupational culture. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 16 (1). pp. 119-138. ISSN 1748-8958

Cosgrove, Faye and Peacock, Donna (2017) Northumbria Local Appropriate Adult Scheme: Interim Evaluation. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Cosgrove, Faye and Peacock, Donna (2017) Northumbria Local Appropriate Adult Scheme: Presentation of Interim Evaluation and Recommendations. In: Presented to the OPCC for Northumbria and Superintendant for Criminal Justice for Northumbria Police, 28th October, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Cosgrove, Faye and Peacock, Donna (2017) Northumbria Local Volunteer Appropriate Adult Scheme: Supporting 'vulnerable' detainees through student volunteering. In: CASS Public Lecture, 15th December 2017, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

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Dalton, Andrew (2018) An Act of Violence? HIV Organisations, Austerity and Biomedical Power. In: Association for the Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV Conference, 20-23 Jul 2018, University of Amsterdam.

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Broken Rainbow? Global Queer Lives, Rights and Challenges. Bloomsbury, London. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2017) Curing Gayness? The Medical World and the Medicalisation of Gay and Bisexual Men. In: LGBTQI+ History Project NE: Taster Talks, 10 Sep 2017, Dance City, Newcastle. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2018) Cutting the Ribbon? Austerity Measures and the Problems Faced by the HIV Third Sector. In: Austerity Policies: Bad Ideas in Practice. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 173-195. ISBN 978-3-319-79120-3

Dalton, Andrew (2022) Flag in the Map Project: Showcasing Pride Flag Photographs from Across the Globe. Flag in the Map Launch, 24 Jun 2022, Old Street Gallery, London.

Dalton, Andrew (2021) Global Health, Inequality and Poverty: Barriers and Responses. In: Global Health Conference, 07 May 2021, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2015) HIV - living with the stigma. [Video]

Dalton, Andrew (2018) HIV and Employment: Positive Changes? In: BSA Work, Employment and Society Annual Conference, 14 Sep 2018, Europa Hotel, Belfast. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Have We Left Behind the Rainbow Warriors? The Climate Emergency and Its Impact on Global Queer People and Their Communities. In: Gender, Sexuality and the UN's SDGs: A Multidisciplinary Approach. Sustainable Development Goals Series . Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 17-40. ISBN 978-3-031-31046-1

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Have we left behind the rainbow warriors? The Climate Emergency and its impact on global queer people and their communities. In: #SaferToBeMe Symposium, 22 Jun 2023, University of Sunderland | ReportOUT.

Dalton, Andrew (2022) Interview: Welcome to Chechnya with David France (LGBTQI+ Rights in Chechnya). [Video]

Dalton, Andrew (2021) Interview: Why is the Pride Flag so Important? [Video]

Dalton, Andrew (2019) Islam, LGBTQI+ Identity and Education: What to do? In: OFSTED Annual Conference, 07 June 2019, Manchester.

Dalton, Andrew (2019) LGBTQI+ Muslims: What is the work of Hidayah? [Video]

Dalton, Andrew (2019) No Space is a Safe Space? Queer Muslims in the United Kingdom. In: 50 Years After Stonewall, 10-13 Sep 2019, Edinburgh.

Dalton, Andrew (2023) 'No one left behind? Sexual and gender minorities, their barriers to the SDGs, and the impact of the Climate Emergency on their lives and communities. In: Hazards, Disasters, Climate Change and Sexual and Gender Diversity. Routledge Studies in Hazards, Disaster Risk and Climate Change series . Routledge, London. (Submitted)

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Not an Ideal Victim? Trafficking, Homelessness, and Risks Faced by LGBTQI+ Young People. A Global Scoping Report for the UN Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery. ​. Technical Report. United Nations Special Rapporteur on Contemporary Forms of Slavery, United Nations.

Dalton, Andrew (2023) The Pink Line: What is happening to sexual and gender minorities globally? How can we be an ally? In: National Ambulance LGBT+ Network, 15-16 Jun 2023, Manchester Metropolitan University. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2023) The Pink Line: What is happening to sexual and gender minorities globally? In: Wolfenden Lecture 2023, 08 Jun 2023, University of Reading. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2021) Public Talk: The Men in the Pink Triangle (LGBTQI+ History Month: 2021). [Video]

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Reclaiming the Pink Triangle? Examining the nature of homo/bi/transphobia. In: LGBTQI+ History Month Talk, 21st February 2023, Cundall Offices: Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2018) Sexuality and Islam are Compatible. Openly.

Dalton, Andrew (2017) Shifting Sands and Changing Attitudes: LGBT Life in Saudi Arabia. In: LGBTQI+ History Project Main Day, 11th December 2017, Newcastle Civic Centre. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2016) Speaking Out in Silence; the Silenced Voices of People living with HIV and AIDS and the Contribution of Biographical Research to Challenge HIV-related Stigma. In: European Sociological Association: RM03 Biographical Methods in European Societies, 23 Sep 2016, University of Latvia, Advanced Social and Political Research Institute, Riga, Latvia. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Weaponising stigma? Stigma, homophobia, biphobia and transphobia, and its impact upon LGBTQI+ communities during the era of COVID-19. In: Gender, Bodies and Sexualities in the Shadow of Covid-19. Palgrave Macmillan, London. (Submitted)

Dalton, Andrew (2022) What are the social forces which constrain queer people, and how might the digital age offer resistance to this? In: Queering and Questioning Video Games Conference, 01 Jun 2022, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew (2023) Working with LGBTQI+ Refugees and People Seeking Asylum. In: National LGBT+ Ambulance Network Conference, 15-16th Jun 2023, Birmingham. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew and Riley, Abbie (2023) Creating an LGBTQI+ PhotoVoice Project in Slovenia. In: LGBTQI+ PhotoVoice Training with Legebitra in Slovenia, 03-06 Jun 2023, Legebitra, Slovenia. (Unpublished)

Dalton, Andrew and Weatherston, Jodie (2021) A life half lived? What is happening to the human rights of sexual and gender minorities in Uganda? In: WorldPride and Eurogames: Copenhagen, 20 Aug 2021, Malmo, Sweden.

Davis, Paul (2018) The Purist/Partisan Spectator Discourse: Some Examination and Discrimination. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 13. ISSN 1751-1321

Deacon, Lesley (2022) Emancipatory practice development in social welfare service evaluation – a worked example. International Practice Development Journal. (In Press)

Deacon, Lesley (2023) Facilitated Practice-based Research (copyright University of Sunderland): Empowering social work practitioners to lead, in practice-based research. In: Skills for Care National ASYE Assessors' Forum, 5/09/2023, Online. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley (2023) Facilitated Practice-based Research (copyright, University of Sunderland): A model of empowerment to reduce research anxiety in social work practitioner researchers and reframe cultural capital. European Social Work Research, 1 (1). ISSN 2755-1768

Deacon, Lesley and Bikova, Zeta (2023) An exploration of Children’s Community Practitioners’ Perspectives of Local families’ Challenges during Covid-19. Project Report. University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley, Butler, Anneliesa and Shaw, Julie (2023) Whole-School Approach to Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing (MHW) of Children and Young People. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley and Durey, Matthew (2023) INTERIM REPORT: for distribution and discussion How can the Newcastle Diocese Safeguarding Team better support Incumbents, Parish Safeguarding Officers and Churchwardens in the effective implementation of Church of England safeguarding policy in practice? Project Report. University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley, Lockhart, Kate, Gray, Gill and Bikova, Zeta (2023) Practice Report: Story of Place, 2023. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley, Lonbay, Sarah and Connelly, Sarah (2023) Understanding Referral Processes for Responding to Youth Homelessness. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley, Macdonald, Stephen J and Nixon, Jacqui (2019) The Loss: Conceptualising Biographical Experiences of Disability, Social Isolation and Emotional Loneliness in North-East England. Social Work & Social Sciences Review, 20 (3). pp. 68-87. ISSN 1746-6105

Deacon, Lesley, Phillips, Carrie and Bikova, Zeta (2023) Facilitated Practice-based Research: An Empowering Pedagogical Approach to Reframe Research Capacity in Social Work Practitioners. In: JSWEC 2023, 15-16/06/2023, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

Deacon, Lesley, Phillips, Carrie and Bikova, Zeta (2023) Newly Qualified Social Workers’ Perceptions and Experiences of Support during the Assessed and Supported Year of Employment. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Deacon, Lesley, Phillips, Carrie, Bikova, Zeta, Cuthbertson, Alex, Denny, Simon, Gray, Simon, Stamp, Dean, Bramwell, Mel, Swainston, Charlotte, Keyes, Suzie, Thomason, Paige and Herschel, Donald (2023) Facilitated Practice-based Research Report: Working together in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults. Project Report. University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Devlin, Siobhan, Hayes, Catherine and Westwood, Diane (2015) Helping students find their inner graduate using LEGO SERIOUS PLAY. In: Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching, University of Sunderland Learning Enhancement Annual Conference, 3 Jul 2015, University of Sunderland, UK. (Unpublished)

Dobbs, Lynn, Chimmiri-Russell, Helen, Moore, Craig, Powton, Donna and Smith, Lynsey (2005) Music Leader Mapping Exercise. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Donovan, Catherine, Clayton, John, Macdonald, Stephen J, Ungureanu, Cosmina and Knight, Madeleine (2021) Exploring ‘hate relationships’ through Connected Voice’s Hate Crime Advocacy Service. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED, Durham.

Donovan, Catherine and Durey, Matthew (2018) Well That Would Be Nice, but We Can’t Do That in the Current Climate: Prioritising Services Under Austerity. In: Austerity Policies. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 197-220. ISBN 9783319791197

Doyle, Lauren (2023) Exploring the Impact of Youth Engagement in Social Media: Shifting the Boundaries of Harm and Criminality in the Digital World? Howard League for Penal Reform ECAN Bulletin (52). pp. 29-38. ISSN 2752-5953

Doyle, Lauren (2022) Exploring the Impact of Youth Engagement in Social Media: Shifting the Boundaries of Harm and Criminality in the Digital World? In: The Howard League for Penal Reform Annual Conference 2022: Crime, Justice, and the Human Condition., 13th September, 2022, University of Oxford.

Durey, Matthew (2019) Against Inclusivity: Boundaries, Bad Concepts, and why we should resist Universalization. In: Boundary Breaking - Faculty of Education and Society First Annual Staff Research Conference, 4th June, 2019, University of Sunderland, UK.

Durey, Matthew (2021) Seeing Through Adorno's Prism: Adorno, Negative Dialectics, and the 'Creative City'. Geographische Zeitschrift, 109 (2-3). pp. 126-143. ISSN 0016-7479

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Graham, Yitka (2022) Research and knowledge exchange: capturing evidence of the impact of arts and creative-practice based social prescribing on wellbeing. In: Arts and Healtn, April 29th 2022, National Glass Centre, Sunderland.

Graham, Yitka, Crosland, Ann, Ling, Jonathan, Wilkes, Scott, Hayes, Catherine and Small, P. K. (2015) An exploration of patient experiences of adjustment after bariatric surgery. In: British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society 6th Annual Scientific Meeting, 22-24 Jan 2015, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. (Unpublished)

Graham, Yitka, Crosland, Ann, Ling, Jonathan, Wilkes, Scott, Hayes, Catherine and Small, PK (2015) An exploration of patient experiences of adjustment after bariatric surgery: a PhD research study. British Journal of Surgery, 102 (s4). p. 6. ISSN 0007-1323

Graham, Yitka, Mahawar, K., Jennings, N., Schroeder, N., Carr, W., Small, P. K. and Balupuri, S. (2015) Bariatric surgeons' perceptions of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). In: International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders 20th World Congress, 26-29 Aug 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Submitted)

Graham, Yitka, Mansour, D., Hinshaw, Kim, Gatiss, S., Wilkes, Scott and Small, P. K. (2015) UK sexual and reproductive healthcare professionals' knowledge of bariatric surgical procedures and associated contraceptive practices. In: International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders 20th World Congress, 26-29 Aug 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

Graham, Yitka, Small, P. K., Mansour, D and Wilkes, Scott (2015) Ascertaining knowledge of contraceptive practices within bariatric surgical teams. In: British Obesity and Metabolic Surgery Society 6th Annual Scientific Meeting, 22-24 Jan 2015, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. (Unpublished)

Graham, Yitka, Wilkes, Scott, Mansour, D and Small, P. K (2015) Ascertaining knowledge of contraceptive practices within UK bariatric surgical units. In: International Federation for the Surgery of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders 20th World Congress, 26-29 Aug 2015, Vienna, Austria. (Unpublished)

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Hall, Nicola, Birt, L, Banks, J, Emery, J, Mills, K, Johnson, M, Rubin, G P, Hamilton, W and Walter, F M (2015) Symptom appraisal and healthcare-seeking for symptoms suggestive of colorectal cancer: a qualitative study. BMJ Open, 5 (10). e008448. ISSN 2044-6055

Hall, Nicola, Donovan, Gemma and Wilkes, Scott (2018) A qualitative synthesis of pharmacist, other health professional and lay perspectives on the role of Community Pharmacy in facilitating care for people with long-term conditions. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. ISSN 1551-7411

Hanna, Paul, Cunningham, Liz and Walker, Carl (2015) The Indebted Individual: Dominant Discourses and Alternative Understandings of Personal Debt in the UK. In: Social and Psychological Dimensions of Personal Debt and the Debt Industry. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 203-221. ISBN 9781137407795

Harvey-Golding, Louise, Simpson, Diane, Phillips, Carrie and Smiles, Julie (2021) ‘I've been asked to return to my home country’ An exploration of discrimination experienced by Eastern European women in Tyne and Wear Report: Part 1. Survey Findings July 2021. Project Report. University of Sunderland.

Harvey-Golding, Louise, Simpson, Diane, Phillips, Carrie, Smiles, Julie, Wysocka, Julia and Chantkowski, Michal (2021) ‘I've been asked to return to my home country by one of my lecturers’ - an exploration of discrimination experienced by Eastern European women in Tyne and Wear. In: Third Annual Faculty of Education & Society Staff Research Conference, 14 Jun 2021, University of Sunderland, UK. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2014) Ambulation in older people - mobility explained. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 8 (3). pp. 124-129. ISSN 1753-1586

Hayes, Catherine (2020) Defining and Operationalising Research: 'Case Study as Methodology and Method'. In: Graduate Research School (Research Methodologies Series), Wednesday 21st October 2020, Graduate Research School, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2022) Driving Agentic Empowerment with Metatheory: Global Transformation or Global Tokenism in Higher Education? In: Handbook of Research on Solutions for Equity and Social Justice in Education. IGI Global, USA, USA. ISBN 9781799896784 (In Press)

Hayes, Catherine (2022) 'Focus Groups as Methods of Inquiry'. In: 'Graduate Research School - Research Design and Methodology Seminar Series - Focus Groups as Methods of Inquiry', Tuesday May 10th 2022, Graduate Research School, University of Sunderland, City Campus. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2014) IPE: Interprofessional Education for HCAs. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 8 (12). pp. 606-611. ISSN 1753-1586

Hayes, Catherine (2021) Integration of Dialogic Assessment in a Multi-disciplinary Professional Doctorate; Transformative Learning in Practice. In: Higher Education Advance Assessment Torchbearer, 04 Jul 2021, Higher Education Advance Global Torchbearer Event 2021.

Hayes, Catherine (2015) Meaning Making through Transformative Learning for HCA Education. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants. ISSN 1753-1586

Hayes, Catherine (2022) Methodology and Method in Case Study Research: Framing Research Design in Practice. In: Conceptual Analyses of Curriculum Inquiry Methodologies. IGI Global, USA, pp. 138-154. ISBN 9781799888482

Hayes, Catherine (2022) Phenomenology as Philosophy and Methodology: Husserl and Heidegger for the Uninitiated. In: Phenomenological Studies in Education. IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA. (In Press)

Hayes, Catherine (2018) Putting the 'logical' into Epistemological Stance. In: An Introduction to Professional Doctorate Study, 2 - 3 Feb 2018, Liverpool Hope University. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2022) Questionnaires as an Instrument of Data Collection in the Research of Emergency Obstetrics Education and Training. In: Graduate Research School - 'Research Design and Methodology Seminar Series - Questionnaires', 24 May 2022, Graduate Research School, University of Sunderland, City Campus. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2021) Researcher Positionality and Qualitative Research in Health Services Research. In: Newcastle University Health and Medical Postgraduate Lecture Series, 10 Jun 2021, Newcastle University, Newcastle Upon Tyne (Online). (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2014) Social Constructivism; The Building Blocks of Pedagogic Practice in Higher Education. In: Learning Matters Lunch Series, 24 Nov 2014, University of Sunderland, UK. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine (2018) Using Anecdote Circles as a method of evaluating the perceived impact of LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® on international postgraduate nursing students’ capacity for narrative storytelling; a Case Study of Anecdote Circle Design. In: Sage Research Methods Cases. Sage.

Hayes, Catherine (2015) Work Based Learning in Postgraduate Healthcare Curricula. In: Studying Postgraduate Healthcare: A pre reader. M & K Publishing, pp. 39-50. ISBN 9781905539994

Hayes, Catherine (2015) An overview of heart failure for HCA practice. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 9 (5). pp. 226-232. ISSN 1753-1586

Hayes, Catherine and Concannon, M (2015) The Articulating Personhood Project; Working Collaboratively in Interprofessional Education and Pedagogic Design. In: Annual Collaborative Conference, City Hospitals Sunderland and the University of Sunderland, 1 Jul 2015, Sunderland, UK. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine and Corrie, Ian (2021) Debating Applied Transformation via Translational Research: Evidencing Impact in Practice-Based Research. In: 2022 International Transformative Learning Conference: 'Telling, Evaluating and Deepening Our Story', 6-9 Apr 2022, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Hayes, Catherine and Corrie, Ian (2022) Interdisciplinary Doctoral Education and Strategic Management in Crises: Harnessing Agency with Praxis. In: International Transformative Learning Conference Platform - Round Table. UNSPECIFIED, Michigan, USA.

Hayes, Catherine and Corrie, Ian (2021) Interdisciplinary Professional Doctoral Education: Translational Research for Allied Health Professionals. In: Improving Allied Health Professions Education with Clinical Training and Interdisciplinary Translational Research. IGI Global, USA. ISBN 9781799895787 (In Press)

Hayes, Catherine and Corrie, Ian (2020) Learner Centred Pedagogy Framing Authentic Identity and Positionality in Higher Education. In: Optimising Higher Education Learning through Activities and Assessments. IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA. ISBN 9781799840374

Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John and Armstrong, Paul-Alan (2017) ‘Contextualising and Framing Reflexivity for Professional Doctorate Education; Pedagogies of Praxis for a Changing Academic Landscape’. In: 6th International Conference on Professional Doctorates, 'Professional Doctorates in a Changing Landscape'., 22-23 Mar 2018, Friends House, London. (Submitted)

Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John, Irons, Alastair and Capper, Stephen (2017) 'Partnership in Professional Doctoral Reflexivity - Action Research as a Driver in the Co-Construction of Knowledge'. In: Change Agent Network Conference, 2018, 19 - 20 Apr 2018, University of Winchester, UK. (Submitted)

Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John and Livingstone, Andrew (2016) 'An Epistemological Renaissance for Learning Gain; Applying the Transcendence of Disciplinarity to Practice Based Art and Applied Science'. In: Higher Education Academy Annual Conference (2017): Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight, 4 - 6 Jul 2017, Manchester Conference Centre. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John, Livingstone, Andrew, Todd, Claire, Capper, Stephen and Smith, Peter (2020) Beyond Disciplinarity: Historical Evolutions of Research Epistemology. Routledge, London UK. ISBN 9781138090934

Hayes, Catherine, Fulton, John and Petrie, Kevin (2019) Beyond Disciplinarity: Insights into the Development of Teaching Ontology, Epistemology and Philosophy on an Interdisciplinary Professional Doctorate Pathway. In: Advance HE’s Annual Teaching and Learning Conference 2019,Teaching in the spotlight: Innovation for teaching excellence, 2nd - 4th July 2019, Northumbria University.

Hayes, Catherine, Garfield, Iain and Beardmore, Phil (2015) Housing a Modernisation Agenda: Ensuring Authentic Academic Learning Environments for Healthcare Assistants. British Journal of Healthcare Assistants, 9 (2). pp. 84-92. ISSN 1753-1586

Hayes, Catherine and Graham, Yitka (2020) An Insight into the Hybrid Adaptation of the RE-AIM Framework in the Evaluation of a Multi-Agency Care Transfer Pathway - the 'Red Bag'. In: Sage Research Methods Case Studies. Sage, USA.

Hayes, Catherine and Graham, Yitka (2021) Phenomenology: Conceptually Framing Phenomenological Research, Design and Methodology. In: Conceptual Analyses of Curriculum Inquiry Methodologies. IGI Global, Pennsylvania, USA. ISBN 9781799888482 (In Press)

Hayes, Catherine and Graham, Yitka (2022) Prophylaxis in Action: #MeToo for Women of Medical and Surgical Disciplines. In: Research Anthology on Feminist Studies and Gender Perceptions. IGI Global, USA.

Hayes, Catherine and Smith, Peter (2020) Defining and Framing Epistemology. In: Beyond Disciplinarity: Historical Evolutions of Research Epistemology. Routledge, London UK. ISBN 9781138090934

Holland, Clare, Hutchinson, Patrick and Peacock, Donna (2022) The Importance Of Screening For Speech, Language And Communication Needs (SLCN) In Police Custody. The Howard Journal of Crime and Justice. ISSN 1468-2311 (In Press)

Hunter, Stephanie and Johnson, J (2016) Mending the gap: A radically new approach to professional learning and academic teaching. In: ‘Mending The Gap’: a national partnership event, 16 Jun 2015, York, UK. (Unpublished)

Hutchinson, Patrick, Peacock, Donna and Holland, Clare (2021) Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in Police Custody Settings: The importance of screening and intervention. In: CASS Public Lecture Series, 24th November 2021, University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

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Igulot, Patrick and Magadi, Monica A. (2018) Socioeconomic Status and Vulnerability to HIV Infection in Uganda: Evidence from Multilevel Modelling of AIDS Indicator Survey Data. AIDS Research and Treatment, 2018. pp. 1-15. ISSN 2090-1240

Ihedike, Christabel and Ling, Jonathan (2022) Effects of Ozone, Particulate Matter10 and Oxides of Nitrogen on Respiratory Health (COPD and asthma) in Nigeria: A Systematic Review. Lupine Online Journal of Nursing and Health Care, 3 (4). ISSN 2637-6695

Ihejieto, Chinyere, Fulton, John, Hayes, Catherine and Deacon, Lesley (2016) Child Labour, Child Education and Poverty in Nigeria; Conducting Research with Children. In: Young Persons Advisory Group North East, 1 Dec 2016, Great North Museum:Hancock, Newcastle Upon Tyne. (Unpublished)

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Jobe, Alison and Williams, Helen (2023) Justice for Survivors with Learning Disabilities and/or Neurodiversity. Using theatre to develop best practice. In: RCEW National Conference, 16th November 2023, Online. (Unpublished)

Johnson, Helen and Cunningham, Liz (2022) The Day of Social Justice: A Creative Approach to Teaching Activism in Higher Education. In: Creative Activism Research, Pedagogy and Practice. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, pp. 199-223. ISBN 978-1-5275-8104-3

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Karathanasopoulou, Evangelia and Williams, Helen (2021) Disembodiment and The Heart: Podcasting as a Safe Space for the Discussion of Intimate Embodied Experience. In: Oral History and The Media, 9 July 2021, University of Bournemouth, USA. (Unpublished)

Karathanasopoulou, Evangelia and Williams, Helen (2023) Podcasting as a feminist space for the disclosure of trauma and intimate embodied experience: The Heart as a case study of quiet activism. Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media, 21. pp. 29-44. ISSN 2040-1388

Keates, Nathan (2022) Book Review: Improvised theatre and the autism spectrum: a practical guide to teaching social connection and communication skills. Comedy Studies. pp. 1-4. ISSN 2040-6118

Keates, Nathan (2022) A letter to the editor regarding Bambara et al.(2021), 'Using peer supports to encourage adolescents with autism spectrum disorder to show interest in their conversation partners'. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 65 (4). pp. 1600-1603.

Keates, Nathan and Beadle-Brown, Julie (2022) The benefits of participating in improvisational comedy: a global confirmatory survey study. Comedy Studies, 13 (2). pp. 161-174. ISSN 2040-6118

Keates, Nathan, Beadle-Brown, Julie and May, Shaun (2021) Improvisational theater or comedy and autistic people: A scoping review. In: JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.

Keates, Nathan, Dewar, Eleanor and Waldock, Krysia Emily (2022) “Lost in the literature.” People with intellectual disabilities who identify as trans: a narrative review. Tizard Learning Disability Review. ISSN 1359-5474

Keates, Nathan, Dewar, Eleanor and Waldock, Krysia Emily (2021) Lost in the literature: Trans people with intellectual disability-A narrative review. In: JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.

Keates, Nathan and Waldock, Krysia Emily (2023) Autistic People, Gelotophobia, Gelotophilia and Katagelasticism: a Narrative Review. Review Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. pp. 1-10. ISSN 2195-7185

Keates, Nathan, Waldock, Krysia Emily and Dewar, Eleanor (2022) Tensions between autistic sociality, communication, and social skills research: A response to Bambara (2022) and Camarata (2022). Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 65 (11). pp. 4346-4350. ISSN 1558-9102

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Lonbay, Sarah (2020) Enhancing Educator by Experience led Social Work Training. In: Faculty of Education and Society Staff Conference, 01 Jun 2020, Sunderland, UK.

Lonbay, Sarah (2023) Participation and Epistemic (injustice). In: University of Sunderland Associate Professorial Lecture Series.

Lonbay, Sarah, Atkinson, Karen, Phillips, Carrie, Milne, Alisoun, Wolmesjo, Maria and Penhale, Bridget (2023) Written evidence for the Women and Equalities Committee on the Rights of Older People. Technical Report. UK Parliament.

Lonbay, Sarah, Brandon, Toby and O'Driscoll, Steve (2023) Making a difference for the future: The views of educators by experience about their involvement in social work education. Social Work Education. ISSN 0261-5479 (In Press)

Lonbay, Sarah and Cavener, John (2023) Enhancing best practice in trauma informed social work education: Insights from a study exploring educator and student perspectives. In: The Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference, 15-16th June, Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Lonbay, Sarah and Cavener, John (2021) Enhancing best practice in trauma informed teaching in social work education: Insights from a study exploring the perspectives of social work educators and students. In: Faculty of Education and Society Staff Conference, 01 Jun 2021, Sunderland, UK.

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Lonbay, Sarah, MacKay, Kathryn and Montgomery, Lorna (2023) Editorial: Perspectives on safeguarding older people: Voice, choice, and control. Journal of Adult Protection. ISSN 2042-8669 (Submitted)

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Lonbay, Sarah and Southall, Carole (2023) Submission to the “Call for Inputs: Violence, abuse and neglect against older persons” 2023 HRC Report. Technical Report. United Nations.

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