The Seldom Heard Voices: marginalisation and societal integration Research Centre brings together a range of academics of different disciplines from across Social Sciences and Social Work as well as colleagues from health disciplines such as Mental Health Nursing. The Centre includes early career researchers keen to be mentored as well as established researchers.
Our aim is to collaborate, develop and share networks for joint research activities and funding bids to achieve a critical mass of high quality social science focused research within the Faculty. Our research relies on both qualitative and quantitative methods to engage with marginalised communities and often excluded or silenced voices, particularly through user-led (Social Work) and participatory, co-created approaches.
Our work demonstrates significant impact on the communities involved. We share a value of applying our research to real-world challenges to create maximum societal impact. This includes a wide range of categories of people and communities (e.g. looked-after children, youth in the developing world or conflict areas, youth and disability, parental substance use, sexuality and well-being, stigmatised or threatened minorities, immigrants and trafficking victims, carers, homelessness, diverse identities and many more). Impact includes contributions to child and adult social care practice, policy and practice influence, and theoretical contributions to conflict resolution and community empowerment in the UK and globally, including in Kosovo, Malaysia and Costa Rica.
We have a strong track record of developing collaborative partnerships with communities and other key stakeholders. Our approach epitomizes the `Fusion’ of professional practice, research and education to make a difference to real world challenges, and to produce measurable impacts at individual, community and wider global societal levels.
Our research at a glance
Please see below for a range of conference posters capturing some of the current research and proposal areas within our Centre.
Marginalisation and Social Inclusion
Our research in this area has a broad base and spans a number of disciplines including sociology, social anthropology, criminology, social policy, law, history, politics and social work. In particular we are interested in seldom heard groups. Current research includes:
- Urban and rural homelessness,
- Mixed heritage women in 18th century Jamaica,
- Seldom heard voices of researchers undertaking sensitive research,
- Arts-based methods to elicit seldom heard voices,
- Stories of infertility and childlessness,
- Sexual well being and physical disability.
Conflict, Identities and Transformation
Our research in this area has a broad base and spans a number of disciplines including sociology, social anthropology, criminology, social policy, law, and politics . In particular we are interested in seldom heard groups. Current research includes:
- Human rights for North Korean women and trafficking survivors in China,
- Active citizenship through the arts for young people in post-conflict Kosovo,
- What does Brexit mean for the UK social care workforce,
- Hate crime,
- – and disability,
- – and societal divisions (Brexit-related, Balkan conflict),
Social Work and Social Practice
Our research in this area includes practice across a number of disciplines including social work, mental health nursing, and social care practice . In particular we are interested in thinking critically about practice, and engaging seldom heard voices in this reflexive process. Current research includes:
- Older male carers over the age of 85 years,
- Child mortality and austerity,
- Ethics of care,
- Acknowledging and accrediting professional reasoning and judgement,
- Dignity and human rights for people with Down’s Syndrome,
- Child homicide assailants.
Peer-reviewed outputs in research area published/accepted since 1st Jan 2014
Alderdice, F., Porter, S.W., de Souza, M.D.L., Velloso, B.P. and Brüggeman, O.M., 2016. Postnatal care in Brazil: Opportunities and challenges. Texto e Contexto Enfermagem, 25
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2019. The covenants of a ‘slow’ resistance through feminist scholarship in Higher Education. International Journal of Social Sciences & Interdisciplinary Studies.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Shiel, C., 2018. Loaded dice: games playing and the gendered barriers of the academy. Gender and Education, 30 (7), 899-916.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Crabtree Parker, I. and Crabtree Parker, M., 2018. Development as Eradication: The Pillage of the Jakun ‘People’s Bank’ of Tasik Chini, Pahang, Malaysia. South East Asia Research.
Bishop, L., Hemingway, A. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S.A., 2018. Lifestyle coaching for mental health difficulties: scoping review. Journal of Public Mental Health, 17 (1), 29-44.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. with Gatinao, A., Vasif, C., Nicholson, C., Blake Boland, M., Speith, N. and Choe, J-Y. , 2017. Talk About Success: BU Women Academics Speak. London: WAN/Catford Press.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2017. Problematizing the context and construction of vulnerability and risk in relation to British Muslim ME groups. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work: Social Thought, 36, pp.247-265.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A., Masu’d, F. 2015. Typologies of learning in international student placements, Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development. 25 (1), 42-53, Doi: 10.1080/02185385.2014.1003393 (IF 0.333)
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J. 2015. Being male in female spaces: Perceptions of male students on masculinity on a qualifying course. Revista de Asistenţă Socială, anul XIII, 4/2014, pp. 7-26, www.swreview.ro
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J., 2015. Reflections on Social Work and Human Rights. Malaysian Journal on Human Rights, 19-30.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. and Masu’ud, F., 2014. A sociological examination of international placement learning by British social work students in children’s services in Malaysia. Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology & Sociology, 5 (1).
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. and Parker, J. 2014. Reflections on Social Work and Human Rights, SUHAKAM Malaysian Journal on Human Rights Journal, pp.19-30
Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Parker, J., Azman, A. & Carlo, D. P. 2014. Epiphanies and learning in a postcolonial Malaysia context: A preliminary evaluation of international social work placements. International Social Work. 57(6): 618-629 doi: 10.1177/0020872812448491 (IF 0.438)
Barker, S., Heaslip, V. and Chelvanayagam, S., 2014. Addressing older people’s mental health needs in the community setting. Br J Community Nurs, 19 (5), 234-238.
Bartlett, R., Balmer, A. and Brannelly, P., 2017. Digital technologies as truth-bearers in health care. Nursing Philosophy, 18 (1).
Board, M., Pigott, L., Olive, H. and Heaslip, V., 2019. Better Together – A Day Hospital’s move towards Integrated care. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation.
Brannelly, T., Gilmour, J.A., O Reilly, H., Leighton, M. and Woodford, A., 2019. An ordinary life: People with dementia living in a residential setting. Dementia, 18 (2), 757-768.
Brannelly, P., 2018. An Ethics of Care Research Manifesto. International Journal of Care and Caring.
Brannelly, T. and Boulton, A., 2017. The ethics of care and transformational research practices in Aotearoa New Zealand. Qualitative Research, 17 (3), 340-350.
Brannelly, T., 2016. Decolonising research practices with the ethics of care. Nursing Ethics, 23 (1), 4-6.
Brannelly, T., 2016. Citizenship and people living with dementia: A case for the ethics of care. Dementia, 15 (3), 304-314.
Brannelly, T. and Whitewood, J., 2014. Case commentary 2. Nursing Ethics, 21 (7), 848-849.
Brown, K., Fenge, L. & Lee, S July 12, 2017. How loneliness in older people makes them more vulnerable to financial scammers. The Conversation [online]. Available from: https://theconversation.com/how-loneliness-in-older-people-makes-them-more-vulnerable-to-financial-scammers-73483
Brooks, A. and Heaslip, V., 2018. Sex trafficking and sex tourism in a globalised world. Tourism Review.
Burdett, T. and Fenge, L.A., 2018. Brexit: the impact on health and social care and the role of community nurses. Journal of Community Nursing, 32 (4), 62-65.
Byrne, A., McNeill, J., Rogers, K. and Porter, S., 2018. Impact of Enquiry Based Learning (EBL) on student midwife praxis. Midwifery, 58, 83-85.
Carter, S., Cook, J., Sutton-Boulton, G., Ward, V. and Clarke, S., 2016. Social pedagogy as a model to provide support for siblings of children with intellectual disabilities: A report of the views of the children and young people using a sibling support group. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 20 (1), 65-81.
Charles, M. and Luce, A., 2016. US 2012 Live: When the Classroom becomes a Newsroom. Cambridge Journal of Education.
Charles, M. and Gyori, B., 2015. Target: BACRIM. Combining fact and fiction to create an interactive documentary game. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9445.
Charles, M., 2014. The Search for Global Ethics: Changing Perceptions through International Journalism, Crisis and Trauma in the Classroom. Journalism Education, 2 (2), 34-52.
Clark, A., Cameron, C. and Kleipoedszus, S., 2014. Sense of place in children’s residential care homes: perceptions of home? Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care, 13 (2).
Collins, B., Hunt, C., Wardrop, A., Gauntlett, E., Heaslip, V., Hutchings, M. and Pritchard, C., 2018. Asking the right questions: Opportunities and challenges of survey methods in widening participation research. International Studies in Widening Participation, 5 (2).
Collantes-Celador, G. and Schwandner-Sievers, S., 2019. Police Reform and Human Rights in the Western Balkans: introduction to special section. International Journal of Human Rights. (In press).
Collard, S.S. and Regmi, P., 2019. Qualitative insights into the feelings, knowledge, and impact of SUDEP: A narrative synthesis. Epilepsy and Behavior, 94, 20-28.
Collard, S.S. and Ellis-Hill, C., 2017. ‘I’d rather you didn’t come’: The impact of stigma on exercising with epilepsy. Journal of Health Psychology.
Collard, S.S. and Ellis-Hill, C., 2017. How do you exercise with epilepsy? Insights into the barriers and adaptations to successfully exercise with epilepsy. Epilepsy and Behavior, 70, 66-71.
Collard, S. and van Teijlingen, E., 2016. Internet-based focus groups: New approaches to an ‘old’ research method. Health Prospect, 15 (3), 4-7.
Collard, S.S. and Marlow, C., 2016. The psychosocial impact of exercising with epilepsy: A narrative analysis. Epilepsy and Behavior, 61, 199-205.
Collard, S.S. and Marlow, C., 2016. “It’s such a vicious cycle”: Narrative accounts of the sportsperson with epilepsy. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 24, 56-64.
Corry, M., Porter, S. and McKenna, H., 2019. The redundancy of positivism as a paradigm for nursing research. Nursing Philosophy, 20 (1).
Culley, L. and Porter, S., 2018. Special Collection Editorial: grounded theory. Journal of Research in Nursing, 23 (6), 468-475.
Dickerson, E., Fenge, L. and Rosenorn-Lanng, E. 2017. The Impact of Leadership Development on GP Mental Health Commissioning, Leadership in Health Services, Vol. 30 Issue: 3, pp.343-351.
Edwards, R. and Brannelly, T., 2017. Approaches to democratising qualitative research methods. Qualitative Research, 17 (3), 271-277.
Eccles, S., Heaslip, V., Hutchings, M. and Hunt, C., 2018. Risk and Stigma: Students’ Perceptions and Disclosure of ‘Disability’ in Higher Education. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning.
Fenge, L. Cutts, W. and Seagrave, J. (in press) Understanding homelessness through poetic inquiry: looking into the shadows, Social Work and Social Sciences Review.
Fenge, L.A. and Lee, S., 2018. Understanding the Risks of Financial Scams as Part of Elder Abuse Prevention. British Journal of Social Work, 48 (4), 906-923.
Fenge, L. and Jones, K. and Gibson, C.2018. Meaningful dissemination produces the ‘long tail’ that engenders community impact, Qualitative Inquiry, 18 (1) : 45-54
Fenge, L.A., Cutts, W. and Fluffypunk, J.S.A.J., 2017. Understanding homelessness through poetic inquiry: Looking into the shadows. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 19 (3), 119-133.
Fenge, L., Hodges, C., and Cutts, W. 2016. Performance Poetry as a Method to Understand Disability, FQS Forum: Qualitative Social Research Sozialforschung, Volume 17, No. 2, Art. 11
Fenge, L. 2014. Developing understanding of same sex partner bereavement for older lesbian and gay people: implications for social work practice, Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 57(2-4): 288-304.
Fenge, L., Hean. S., Staddon, S., Clapper, A., Heaslip, V., and Jack., E. 2014. Mental health and the criminal justice system: the role of interagency training to promote practitioner understanding of the diversion agenda, Journal of Social and Family Welfare Law, 36(1):36-46
Gauntlett, L., Bickle, E., Collins, B., Heaslip, V., Thomas, G. and Eccles, S., 2017. Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: A means of exploring aspiration and resilience amongst Widening Participation students. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 19 (2).
Graham-Wisener, L., Watts, G., Kirkwood, J., Harrison, C., McEwan, J., Porter, S., Reid, J. and McConnell, T.H., 2018. Music therapy in UK palliative and end-of-life care: A service evaluation. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care.
Harding, A., Parker, J., Hean, S. and Hemingway, A., 2018. Supply-side review of the UK specialist housing market and why it is failing older people. Housing, Care and Support, 21 (2), 41-50.
Harding, A.J.E., Parker, J., Hean, S. and Hemingway, A., 2016. Efficacy, outcome and impact of telephone information and advice on welfare: the need for realist evaluation. Social Policy and Society.
Hart Clarida, B., Bobeva, M., Hutchings, M. and Taylor, J., 2015. Strategies for Digital Inclusion: Towards a Pedagogy for Embracing and Sustaining Student Diversity and Engagement with Online Learning. IAFOR Journal of Education, 3 (2).
Green, C., Taylor, C., Buckley, S. and Hean, S., 2016. Beyond synthesis: augmenting systematic review procedures with practical principles to optimise impact and uptake in educational policy and practice. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 39 (3), 329-344.
Gyori, B. and Charles, M., 2017. Designing Journalists: Teaching Journalism Students to Think Like Web Designers. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator.
Hean, S., Green, C., Anderson, E., Morris, D., John, C., Pitt, R. and O Halloran, C., 2018. The contribution of theory to the design, delivery, and evaluation of interprofessional curricula: BEME Guide No. 49. Medical Teacher, 40 (6), 542-558.
Hean, S., Willumsen, E. and Ødegård, A., 2018. Making sense of interactions between mental health and criminal justice services: the utility of cultural historical activity systems theory. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 14 (2), 124-141.
Hean, S., Willumsen, E. and Ødegård, A., 2017. Collaborative practices between correctional and mental health services in Norway: Expanding the roles and responsibility competence domain. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 31 (1), 18-27.
Hean, S., degård, A. and Willumsen, E., 2017. Improving collaboration between professionals supporting mentally ill offenders. International Journal of Prisoner Health, 13 (2), 91-104.
Hean, S., Anderson, L., Green, C., John, C., Pitt, R. and O Halloran, C., 2016. Reviews of theoretical frameworks: Challenges and judging the quality of theory application. Medical Teacher, 38 (6), 613-620.
Hean, S., Willumsen, E., Ødegård, A. and Bjørkly, S., 2015. Using Social Innovation as a Theoretical Framework to Guide Future Thinking on Facilitating Collaboration Between Mental Health and Criminal Justice Services. International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 14 (4), 280-289.
Hean, S., Staddon, S., Fenge, L, Clapper, A., Heaslip, V. and Jack, E. 2015. Improving collaborative practice to address offender mental health: criminal justice and mental health service professionals’ attitudes towards interagency training, current training needs and constraints, Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education Available from: http://jripe.org/jripe/index.php/journal/article/viewFile/182/111
Heaslip, V., Hean, S. and Parker, J., 2018. The etemic model of Gypsy Roma Traveller community vulnerability: is it time to rethink our understanding of vulnerability? Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (17-18), 3426-3435.
Heaslip, V., 2018. Editorial: Diversity and culture: threads in a golden tapestry which nurses have the privilege to enact and the responsibility to preserve. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (17-18), 3239-3240.
Heaslip, V., Board, M., Duckworth, V. and Thomas, L., 2017. Widening participation in nurse education: An integrative literature review. Nurse Education Today, 59, 66-74.
Heaslip, V., Scammell, J., Mills, A., Spriggs, A., Addis, A., Bond, M., Latchford, C., Warren, A., Borwell, J. and Tee, S., 2017. Service user engagement in healthcare education as a mechanism for value based recruitment: An evaluation study. Nurse Education Today.
Heaslip, V. and Smith, S., 2016. Working with people from diverse cultures: Cultural competence, a knowledge domain, or a way of being? International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 23 (11), 553-554.
Heaslip, V. and Hean, S., 2016. Lived Experience of Vulnerability from a Gypsy Roma Traveller Perspective. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Heaslip, V., Hewitt-Taylor, J., Alexander, P., Ellis-Hill, C. and Seibert-Santos, C., 2015. What factors influence Fair Access students to consider university and what do they look for? Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 17 (4), 67-88.
Heaslip, V., 2015. Caring for people from diverse cultures. British Journal of Community Nursing, 20 (9), 421.
Heaslip, V. and Hewitt-Taylor, J., 2014. Vulnerability and risk in children living with a physical disability. Nurs Child Young People, 26 (10), 24-29.
Heaslip, V., Hutchings, M., Wardrop, A., Crowley, E., Eccles, S., Hunt, C., Tooth, R., Collins, B. In review. Situating the evidence for impact of outreach strategies: a systematic review for improving access to higher education. (Submitted to Studies in Higher Education).
Heslop R., 2015. The Contribution of David H Bayley: Policing Research Pioneer. Police Practice & Research: An International Journal 16 (6).
Hodges, C. E. M., Fenge, L.-A. & Cutts, W., 2014. ‘Challenging Perceptions of Disability through Performance Poetry Methods: The “Seen but Seldom Heard” Project’, Disability & Society. DOI:http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09687599.2014.907775 (IF 1.03)
Higgins, A., O Halloran, P. and Porter, S., 2015. The Management of Long-Term Sickness Absence in Large Public Sector Healthcare Organisations: A Realist Evaluation Using Mixed Methods. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 25 (3), 451-470.
Higgins, A., Porter, S. and O’Halloran, P., 2014. General practitioners’ management of the long-term sick role. Social Science and Medicine, 107, 52-60.
Hughes, M and Duffy, C., 2018. Public involvement in health and social sciences research: A concept analysis. Health Expectations, 21 (6), 1183-1190.
Hughes, M., 2018. Handbook for Practice Learning in Social Work and Social Care: Knowledge and Theory. British Journal Of Social Work, 48 (2), 542-544.
Hughes, M., 2018. Handbook for Practice Learning in Social Work and Social Care: Knowledge and Theory. British Journal Of Social Work, 48 (2), 542-544.
Hughes, M ., McKay, J., Atkins, P., Warren, A. and Ryden, J., 2017. Chief cook and bottle washer: Life as an older male carer. Journal of Community Nursing, 31 (4), 63-66.
Hughes, M., 2017. The Parents Story Project: Gaining insight into parental substance use, Journal of Education Social Work, (submitted).
Hughes, M., 2017. What difference does it make? Findings of an impact study of service user and carer involvement on social work students’ subsequent practice. Social Work Education, 36(2), pp.203-216.
Hughes, M., Mead, J., M. Warren, A., and Atkins, P 2016. Evaluating the impact of service user and carer involvement in health and social work qualifying programmes: A thematic analysis of student evaluations. (In development)
Hunt C, Collins B, Wardrop A, Hutchings M, Heaslip V, Pritchard C. 2018. First- and second- generation design and engineering students: experience, attainment and factors influencing them to attend university. Higher Education Research and Development. 37 (1), 30-43. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07294360.2017.1342607
Hutchings, M., 2017. Improving doctoral support through group supervision: analysing face-to-face and technology-mediated strategies for nurturing and sustaining scholarship. Studies in Higher Education, 42 (3), 533-550.
Hutchings, M. and Quinney, A., 2015. The flipped classroom, disruptive pedagogies, enabling technologies and wicked problems: responding to ‘the bomb in the basement’. Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 13 (2), 106-119.
Hunt, J.A. and Hutchings, M., 2014. Innovative group-facilitated peer and educator assessment of nursing students’ group presentations. Health Science Journal, 8 (1), 22-31.
Johal, S.S., Mounsey, Z., Brannelly, P. and Johnston, D.M., 2015. Nurse Perspectives on the Practical, Emotional, and Professional Impacts of Living and Working in Post-earthquake Canterbury, New Zealand. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 31 (1), 10-16.
Jones, K. & Fenge, L 2017. Gifted Stories: How Well Do We Retell the Stories that Research Participants Give Us? Creative Approaches to Research, vol. 10. no. 1, pp. 35-51.
Jukes, S., 2019. How social media and technological innovation are challenging journalists’ perceptions of their role. Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture, 10 (1).
Jukes, S., 2019. Crossing the line between news and the business of news – exploring journalists’ use of Twitter as a tool for self-promotion. Media and Communication, 7 (1: Journalism and Social Media: Redistribution of Power).
Jukes, S., 2018. Back to the Future: How UK-based news organisations are rediscovering objectivity. Journalism Practice, 12 (8), 1029-1038.
Jukes, S., 2016. Where’s George Bush? University students weather the trauma storm of Hurricane Katrina. Journalism Education.
Jukes, S., 2016. News in the Digital Age – what does it mean for media literacy? Media Education Research Journal, 7.1.
Keen, S., Brown, K., Holroyd, J. and Rosenorn-Lanng, E., 2014. Evaluating the impact of the IPOP (improving personal and organisational performance) programme: An introductory leadership and management development module for social work managers. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 17 (1), 64-82.
Kleipoedszus, S., 2019. Kinder- und Jugendhilfe in England. Jugendhilfe, 57 (1), 6-12.
Larsen, B.K., Hean, S. and Atle, Ø., 2019. A conceptual model on reintegration after prison in Norway. International Journal of Prisoner Health.
Lee, S and Fenge, L-A and Collins, B, (In press). Natural alignment: exploratory social work research and phenomenological approaches. Qualitative Social Work
Lee, S. and Fenge, L. 2017. Support for Community Nurses in Financial Scamming, Journal of Community Nursing, 31(6)
Lee, S., Fenge, L., and Collins, B. 2017. Promoting sexual well-being in social work education and practice, Social Work Education: The International Journal, Advance Access http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02615479.2017.1401602
Lee, S. and Fenge, L.A., 2017. Scamming: Recognising and supporting victims of financial abuse. Journal of Community Nursing, 31 (6), 59-63.
Stephen-Haynes, J., Bades, A., Lee, S. and Ellis, M., 2017. Can health and social care work together? Journal of Community Nursing, 31 (4), 8-10.
Lee, S. and Fenge, L.A., 2016. Sexual well-being and physical disability. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (8), 2263-2281. Advanced Access doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcw107
Lim, H-J. 2015. ‘Chinese and Korean Mothers in England: Motherhood, Gender and Employment’, Families, Relationships and Societies. Impact factor: 0.356
Luce, A. and Charles, M., 2015. Reporting US2012: Using Facebook to Communicate. Journalism Education.
Maher, C., Hadfield, M., Hutchings, M. and de Eyto, A., 2018. Ensuring Rigor in Qualitative Data Analysis: A Design Research Approach to Coding Combining NVivo With Traditional Material Methods. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 17 (1).
McCabe, E. and Parrish, M., 2018. A review of the complexities of working effectively with people being prescribed both antipsychotic medications and opioid substitution therapy. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 25 (1), 1-12.
McConnell, T. and Porter, S., 2017. Music therapy for palliative care: A realist review. Palliative and Supportive Care, 15 (4), 454-464.
McConnell, T. and Porter, S., 2017. The experience of providing end of life care at a children’s hospice: a qualitative study. BMC Palliative Care, 16 (1).
McConnell, T., Scott, D. and Porter, S., 2016. Healthcare staff’s experience in providing end-of-life care to children: A mixed-method review. Palliative Medicine, 30 (10), 905-919.
McConnell, T., Scott, D. and Porter, S., 2016. Music therapy for end-of-life care: An updated systematic review. Palliative Medicine, 30 (9), 877-883.
McConnell, T., Graham-Wisener, L., Regan, J., McKeown, M., Kirkwood, J., Hughes, N., Clarke, M., Leitch, J., McGrillen, K. and Porter, S., 2016. Evaluation of the effectiveness of music therapy in improving the quality of life of palliative care patients: A randomised controlled pilot and feasibility study. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, 2 (1).
McConnell, T., O’Halloran, P., Donnelly, M. and Porter, S., 2015. Factors affecting the successful implementation and sustainability of the Liverpool Care Pathway for dying patients: A realist evaluation. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care, 5 (1), 70-77.
McGaughey, J., O’Halloran, P., Porter, S., Trinder, J. and Blackwood, B., 2017. Early warning systems and rapid response to the deteriorating patient in hospital: A realist evaluation. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 73 (12), 3119-3132.
McGaughey, J., O’Halloran, P., Porter, S. and Blackwood, B., 2017. Early warning systems and rapid response to the deteriorating patient in hospital: A systematic realist review. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 73 (12), 2877-2891.
Mc Veigh, C., Reid, J., Larkin, P., Porter, S. and Hudson, P., 2018. The experience of palliative care service provision for people with non-malignant respiratory disease and their family carers: An all-Ireland qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 74 (2), 383-394.
Mc Veigh, C., Reid, J., Hudson, P., Larkin, P., Porter, S. and Marley, A.M., 2014. The experiences of palliative care health service provision for people with non-malignant respiratory disease and their caregivers: An all-Ireland study. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 70 (3), 687-697.
Mitchell, G., Porter, S. and Manias, E., 2018. From telling to sharing to silence: A longitudinal ethnography of professional-patient communication about oral chemotherapy for colorectal cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 28 (2), 336-342.
Mitchell, G., Porter, S. and Manias, E., 2015. A critical ethnography of communication processes involving the management of oral chemotherapeutic agents by patients with a primary diagnosis of colorectal cancer: Study protocol. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 71 (4), 922-932.
Munier, T. and Porter, S., 2014. The struggle for safe staffing levels in the USA: A political economy of evidence-based practice. Journal of Research in Nursing, 19 (7-8), 592-603.
Nallen, K., Spence, D. and Porter, S., 2018. Does Enquiry Based Learning (EBL) impact on clinical practice? A qualitative exploration of midwifery graduates’ perceptions. Midwifery, 63, 17-19.
Noble, H., Price, J.E. and Porter, S., 2015. The challenge to health professionals when carers resist truth telling at the end of life: A qualitative secondary analysis. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24 (7-8), 927-936.
Oakley, L., Fenge, L., Bass, S., and Humphreys, J. 2016. “Exploring the complexities of understanding vulnerability and adult safeguarding within Christian Faith Organisations’, Journal of Adult Protection, 18(3)172-183
O’Halloran, P., Scott, D., Reid, J. and Porter, S., 2015. Multimedia psychoeducational interventions to support patient self-care in degenerative conditions: A realist review. Palliative and Supportive Care, 13 (5), 1473-1486.
Olivier, S., Burls, T., Fenge, L.A. and Brown, K., 2016. Safeguarding adults and mass marketing fraud – Perspectives from the police, trading standards and the voluntary sector. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 38 (2), 140-151.
Olivier, S., Burls, T., Fenge, L., and Brown, K. 2015. “Winning and losing”: Vulnerability to Mass Marketing Fraud, Journal of Adult Protection, 17(6) 360-370.
Parker, J., 2019. Descent or Dissent? A future of social work education in the UK post-Brexit. European Journal of Social Work.
Parker, J., 2019. Society of Fear. Sociological Research Online, 24 (1), 133-134.
Parker, J., 2018. Social Work, Precarity and Sacrifice as Radical Action for Hope. International Journal of Social Work and Human Services Practice.
Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Azman, A., Nikku, B.R. and Nguyen, U.T.T., 2018. Towards a Typology of Social Work Assessments: Developing practice in Malaysia, Nepal, United Kingdom and Vietnam. Social Work & Society International Online Journal, 15 (2), 1-17.
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2018. Wisdom and skills in social work education: Promoting critical relational social work through ethnographic practice. Relational Social Work, 2 (1), 13-29.
Parker, J. and Farmer, H., 2018. Using narrative fiction as a means of assessing and learning in a history of social welfare module. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 42 (3), 289-300.
Parker, J., 2018. International perspective on group work: leadership, practice, research, and teaching. Social Work Education, 37 (8), 1063-1064.
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S.A., 2017. Social Work with Disadvantaged and Marginalised People. Learning Matters. London: Sage.
Parker, J., Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Azman, A., Nikku, B.R. and Nguyen, U.T.T., 2017. Towards a Typology of Social Work Assessments: Developing practice in Malaysia, Nepal, United Kingdom and Vietnam. Social Work & Society International Online Journal, 15(2).
Parker, J., 2016. Hidden Cameras: Everything you need to know about covert recording, undercover cameras and secret filming. Journal of Adult Protection.
Parker, J., 2015. The Impact of the Social Sciences: How Academics and their Research Make a Difference. Social Policy & Administration, 49 (7), 974-976.
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S. Advanced access 6 November 2015. Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem? Reflections on teaching participatory asset mapping. Community Development Journal. doi:10.1093/cdj/bsv043 (IF 1.145)
Parker, J. Ashencaen Crabtree, S., Azman, A., Carlo, D.P., Cutler, C. 2014. Problematising international placements as a site of intercultural learning European Journal of Social Work, 18 (3), 383-396, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13691457.2014.925849 (IF 0.678)
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Covert research and adult protection and safeguarding: An ethical dilemma? Journal of Adult Protection, 16 (1), 29-40.
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S. 2014. Ripples in a pond: Do social work students need to learn about terrorism? Social Policy & Social Work in Transition, 3 (2), 50-73, DOI: 10.1921/4704030201.
Parker, J., 2014. Social Work and Social Policy under Austerity. Social Policy & Administration, 48 (1).
Parker, J. and Ashencaen Crabtree, S., 2014. Fish need Bicycles: An exploration of the perceptions of male social work students on a qualifying course. British Journal of Social Work. 44(2):310-327 doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcs117. (IF 0.65)
Phillips, J., Cooper, K., Rosser, E., Scammell, J., Heaslip, V., White, S., Donaldson, I., Jack, E., Hemingway, A. and Harding, A., 2015. An exploration of the perceptions of caring held by students entering nursing programmes in the United Kingdom: A longitudinal qualitative study phase 1. Nurse Education in Practice.
Porter, S., 2019. Commentary: Sexuality as taboo: using interpretative phenomenological analysis and a Foucauldian lens to explore fathers’ practices in talking to their children about puberty, relationships and reproduction. Journal of Research in Nursing, 24 (1-2), 34-35.
Porter, S. et al., 2018. A randomised controlled pilot and feasibility study of music therapy for improving the quality of life of hospice inpatients. BMC Palliative Care, 17 (1).
Porter, S., 2018. Review: Evaluation of individuals’ health beliefs and their association with testicular self-examination: adult sample from Amasya. Journal of Research in Nursing, 23 (6), 518-519.
Porter, S., 2018. Gender and Publishing in Nursing: A secondary analysis of h-index ranking tables. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 74 (8), 1899-1907.
Porter, S., McConnell, T., Clarke, M., Kirkwood, J., Hughes, N., Graham-Wisener, L., Regan, J., McKeown, M., McGrillen, K. and Reid, J., 2017. A critical realist evaluation of a music therapy intervention in palliative care. BMC Palliative Care, 16 (1).
Porter, S. et al., 2017. Music therapy for children and adolescents with behavioural and emotional problems: a randomised controlled trial. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 58 (5), 586-594.
Porter, S., 2017. Evaluating realist evaluation: a response to Pawson’s reply. Nursing Philosophy, 18 (2).
Porter, S., McConnell, T. and Reid, J., 2017. The possibility of critical realist randomised controlled trials. Trials, 18 (1).
Porter, S., 2015. Review: Locating the qualitative interview: reflecting on space and place in nursing research. Journal of Research in Nursing, 20 (3), 216-217.
Porter, S., 2015. The uncritical realism of realist evaluation. Evaluation, 21 (1), 65-82.
Porter, S., 2015. Realist evaluation: An immanent critique. Nursing Philosophy, 16 (4), 239-251.
Porter, S., 2014. Review: Conflict management styles used by nurses in Jordan. Journal of Research in Nursing, 19 (1), 54-55.
Porter, S., McConnell, T., Lynn, F., McLaughlin, K., Cardwell, C. and Holmes, V., 2014. Recruiting participants for randomized controlled trials of music therapy: A practical illustration. Journal of Music Therapy, 51 (4), 355-381.
Pritchard, C. and Silk, A., 2018. Two-Year Cohort of 88 Multiple System Atrophy Patients’ Occupations and Incidence of Electric Shock and Head Injury: A Hypothesis Stimulating Pilot Study. Journal of Clinical Neurology, Neurosurgery and Spine, 3 (1).
Pritchard, C. and Latham, J., 2018. A Case-Study of the Anatomy of a Miscommunication: Why colleagues as patients develop complications? Clinical Journal of Nursing Care and Practice, 2, 8-11.
Pritchard, C., Hughes M, Rosenorn-Lanng, E and Williams R, 2018. Population-Based Study of Child Mortality (0-4) and Income Inequality in Japan and the Developed world 1989-91 v 2012-14: Excess Deaths Between the Most Unequal Countries? Japan Journal of Medicine, 1 (1), 101-107.
Pritchard, C., Williams, R., Hickish, T. and Wallace, M., 2018. A Population-Based Study Comparing Child (0-4) and Adult (55-74) Mortality, GDP-Expenditure on-Health and Relative Poverty in the UK and Developed Countries 1989-2014. Some Challenging Outcomes. Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health, 3 (2), 77-84.
Pritchard, C. and Keen, S., 2018. Child Mortality and Child-Abuse-Related Deaths in Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Estonia, FRY Macedonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia Compared to Western Comparators the USA and the UK (1988-90 to 2012-14). British Journal of Social Work, 48 (1), 236-253.
Pritchard, C., Rosenorn-Lanng, E., Silk, A. and Hansen, L., 2017. Controlled population-based comparative study of USA and international adult [55-74] neurological deaths 1989-2014. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 136 (6), 698-707.
Harding, A.J.E. and Pritchard, C., 2016. UK and Twenty Comparable Countries GDP-Expenditureon- Health 1980-2013: The Historic and Continued Low Priority of UK Health Related Expenditure. International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 5 (9), 519-523.
Pritchard C, Rosenorn-Lanng E, Hickish T, Wallace MSW 2016. Population Based Study Comparing UK and 20 Western countries efficiency in reducing adult (55-74) Cancer and Total Mortality rates 1989-2010: cause for cautious celebration? Journal Royal Society Medicine Open, 1-10. DOI: 1177/2054270416635036
Pritchard C & Mirza S 2016. Under-fives Child Mortality and Child-Abuse-Related-Deaths in the Former USSR: Is there an Under-reporting of Abuse related deaths? Child Abuse Review. 25; 218-229.
Pritchard C & Keen S 2016. Child Mortality and Poverty in Three World Regions – The West, Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa 1988-2010: Evidence of relative intra-regional neglect? Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, 44;734-741
Pritchard C, Rosenorn-Lanng E, & Evans BT 2016. When Surgeons Weep: Psychosocial Impact of a Surgical Complication upon the Surgeon: A Structured ASGBI Survey. Journal Association Surgeons Great Britain & Ireland, 49; 31-37.
Pritchard, C., 2015. Behavioral neuroscience for the human services. Journal Of Social Work, 15 (5), 565-566.
Pritchard C & Wallace MS 2015. Comparing UK and Other Westerns Countries’ Health Expenditure, Relative Poverty & Child Mortality. Are British children doubly disadvantaged? Children & Society, 29;462-472. DOI. 10:111/chso.12079
Pritchard C & Hansen L 2015. Examining Undetermined and Accidental Deaths as source of `Under-Reported –Suicide’ by age and sex in twenty Western countries. Community Mental Health Journal. doi 10.1007/s10597-014-9810-z
Pritchard C & Rosenorn-Lanng E 2015. A Controlled Study of Changing USA Neurological Deaths of people aged 55-74 and 75+ by gender compared with 20 Western countries 1989-2012: A hypothesis stimulating study. Surgical Neurology International, doi:10.4103/2152-7806.161420
Pritchard C, Harding AJE, Rosenorn-Lanng E 2015. Do British and Irish Surgeons Operate Under Fiscal Disadvantage? GDP Health Expenditure in the Western World 1980-2013. Journal of the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland.47; 21-24.
Pritchard C 2015. Under-reported suicides hiding or compounding the tragedy? Mental Health Today, May-June 18019
Pritchard, C. and Rosenorn-Lanng, E., 2015. Neurological deaths of American adults (55-74) and the over 75’s by sex compared with 20 Western countries 1989-2010: Cause for concern. Surgical Neurology International, 6 (1).
Pritchard, C. and Hansen, L., 2015. Examining Undetermined and Accidental Deaths as Source of `Under-Reported Suicide’ by age and sex in twenty Western Countries. Community Mental Health Journal, 51, 365-376.
Pritchard, C. and Mirza, S., 2015. Under-five Mortality and Child-Abuse-Related-Deaths in the former USSR. Is there an under-reporting of abuse-related deaths? Child Abuse Review.
Pritchard C & Williams R 2014. The case for social work. Evidence base. Professional Social Work, BASW; July/August, 20-21.
Pritchard C, Williams R, Wallace MS 2014. Child Mortality and Poverty in the Western nations 1980-2010: Are English-Speaking-Countries’ children disadvantaged? Childhood, 22, 138-144. DOI:10.1177/0907568213513308.
Pritchard C & Harding AJE 2014. An analysis of National Health Service Trust websites on the occupational background of Non-Executive Directors on England’s Acute Trusts. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Open, 5, 1-5 doi: 10.1177/2054270414528894 .
Pritchard C & Silk A 2014. A Case-Study Survey of an Eight-year Cluster of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Referrals in a Rural English Village: Exploring Possible Aetiological Influences in a Hypothesis Stimulating Study. Journal of Neurological Disorders, 2. 1-5.
Pritchard, C. and Harding, A., 2014. An Analysis of NHS Trust Websites on the Occupational backgrounds of `Non-Executive-Directors’ on England’s Acute Trusts. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Open, 5.
Pritchard, C. and Silk, A., 2014. A Case-Study Survey of an Eight-year Cluster of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Referrals in a Rural English Village: Exploring Possible Aetiological Influences in a Hypothesis Stimulating Study. Journal of Neurological Disorders, 2, 147.
Prue, G., Santin, O. and Porter, S., 2014. Assessing the needs of informal caregivers to cancer survivors: A review of the instruments. Psycho-Oncology.
Raco, M., Burdett, T. and Heaslip, V., 2019. Exploring an integrated palliative care model for older people: an integrative review. Journal of Integrated Care, 27 (2), 111-122.
Read, R. and Fenge, L.A., 2018. What does Brexit mean for the UK social care workforce? Perspectives from the recruitment and retention frontline. Health and Social Care in the Community.
Read, R., 2014. Images of Care, Boundaries of the State: Volunteering and Civil Society in Czech Health Care. Social Analysis, 58 (3), 90-160.
Reid, J., Porter, S. et al., 2018. Establishing a clinical phenotype for cachexia in end stage kidney disease – Study protocol. BMC Nephrology, 19 (1).
Reid, J., Porter, S. et al., 2016. Distinguishing between cachexia, sarcopenia and protein energy wasting in end-stage renal disease patients on dialysis. Palliative Medicine and Hospice Care, 2 (2), e11-e13.
Reid, J., Porter, S. et al., 2015. Defining cachexia in a renal population. Journal of Renal Care, 41 (2), 79-80.
Reid, J., Scott, D., Santin, O., Cardwell, C.R., Donnelly, M., Kernohan, W.G., O’Halloran, P.D.O., Regan, J. and Porter, S., 2014. Evaluation of a psychoeducational intervention for patients with advanced cancer who have cachexia and their lay carers (EPACaCC): study protocol. Journal of advanced nursing, 70 (5), 1174-1183.
Riding, S., Glendening, N. and Heaslip, V., 2017. Real world challenges in delivering person-centred care: A community-based case study. British Journal of Community Nursing, 22 (8), 391-396.
Rosser, E., Scammell, J., Heaslip, V., White, S., Phillips, J., Cooper, K., Donaldson, I. and Hemingway, A., 2019. Caring values in undergraduate nurse students: a qualitative longtitudinal study. Nurse Education Today.
Ruane-McAteer, E., Porter, S., O’Sullivan, J.M., Santin, O. and Prue, G., 2017. Active surveillance for favorable-risk prostate cancer: Is there a greater psychological impact than previously thought? A systematic, mixed studies literature review. Psycho-Oncology, 26 (10), 1411-1421.
Ruane-McAteer, E., O’Sullivan, J., Porter, S., Venderbos, L. and Prue, G., 2016. An exploration of men’s experiences of undergoing active surveillance for favourable-risk prostate cancer: A mixed methods study protocol. BMC Cancer, 16 (1).
Saleem, M., Burdett, T. and Heaslip, V., 2019. Health and social impacts of open defecation on women: A systematic review. BMC Public Health, 19 (1).
Salvagno, M., Taylor, J., Bobeva, M. and Hutchings, M., 2015. Ubiquitous connectivity and students’ wellbeing: A situational analysis in a UK university. Ubiquitous Learning, 8 (3), 1-17.
Scammell, J., Heaslip, V. and Crowley, E., 2016. Service user involvement in preregistration general nurse education: A systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25 (1-2), 53-69.
Scarfe, S.V. and Marlow, C., 2015. Overcoming the fear: an autoethnographic narrative of running with epilepsy. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7 (5), 688-697.
Schwandner-Sievers, S. and Klinkner, M., 2019, Longing for Lost Normalcy: Social Memory, Transitional Justice and the ‘House Museum’ to Missing Persons in Kosovo. Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity. (In press).
Schwandner-Sievers, S., et al., (2017), ‘Introduction’, in Armakolas et al (eds) State-Building in Post-Independence Kosovo: Policy Challenges and Societal Considerations. Open Society Foundation.
Sheppard, M., Charles, M., Rees, P., Wheeler, M. and Williams, R., 2018. Inter-personal and critical-thinking capabilities in those about to enter qualified social work: A six-centre study. British Journal of Social Work, 48 (7), 1855-1873.
Scott, D., Reid, J., Hudson, P., Martin, P. and Porter, S., 2016. Health care professionals’ experience, understanding and perception of need of advanced cancer patients with cachexia and their families: The benefits of a dedicated clinic. BMC Palliative Care, 15 (1).
Spacey, A., Scammell, J., Board, M. and Porter, S., 2018. End-of-life care in UK care homes: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Research in Nursing.
Taylor, J., Salvagno, M., Morris, R., Hutchings, M. and Bobeva, M., 2018. Evaluating and measuring how new technologies and ubiquitous connectivity affect university students’ psychosocial well-being. Psychology Teaching Review.
Thapa, R., Regmi, P., Teijlingen, E.V. and Heaslip, V., 2018. Uptake of Health Services by People from the Dalit Community. Journal of BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, 1 (2), 1-6.
Turner, D., Bennison, G., Megele, C. and Fenge, L.-A., 2016. Social Work and Social Media: Best Friends or Natural Enemies? Social Work Education, 35 (3), 241-244.
Vaka, S., Brannelly, T. and Huntington, A., 2016. Getting to the Heart of the Story: Using Talanoa to Explore Pacific Mental Health. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37 (8), 537-544.
Veigh, C.M., Reid, J., Larkin, P., Porter, S. and Hudson, P., 2017. The provision of generalist and specialist palliative care for patients with non-malignant respiratory disease in the North and Republic of Ireland: A qualitative study. BMC Palliative Care, 17 (1).
Wardrop, A., Hutchings, M., Collins, B., Eccles, S., Heaslip, V., Hunt, C. and Pritchard, C.2016. Troubling ideas for widening participation: how higher education institutions in England engage with research in their access agreements. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning. 18 (2), 84-110. http://dx.doi.org/10.5456/WPLL.18.2.84
Warren, A., Hughes, M., Fry, J. and Cescutti-Butler, L., 2017. Involvement in midwifery education: Experiences from a service user and carer partnership. British Journal of Midwifery, 25(8), pp.524-530.
Williams, R. and Pritchard, C., 2017. An analysis of the psychosocial backgrounds of Youths (13–18) Who-Pose-Sexual-Risk to children. Journal of Social Work, 17 (6), 659-677. doi: 10.1177/1468017316651992.
Wilson, D., Heaslip, V. and Jackson, D., 2018. Improving equity and cultural responsiveness with marginalised communities: Understanding competing worldviews. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (19-20), 3810-3819.
Wilson, S.C., Carryer, J. and Brannelly, T., 2016. New risks: the intended and unintended effects of mental health reform. Nursing inquiry, 23 (3), 200-210.
Yaghmour, S., Bartlett, R.L. and Brannelly, P., 2018. Dementia in Eastern Mediterranean countries: A systematic review. Dementia: The International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 17 (1), 1-27.
REF returnable books in research area published/accepted since 1st Jan 2014 (criterion 2)
Hughes, M., (2019). A Guide to Statutory Social Work Interventions: The Lived Experience. Macmillan Education UK.
Hughes, M and Warren, A. (2018). ‘Use of Simulation as a tool for Assessment and for Preparing Students for the Realities and Complexities of the Workplace’, in Morley, D.A. (ed.) Enhancing Employability in Higher Education through Work Based Learning. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 73-89.
Ashencaen Crabtree, S. (2017). ‘Social work with Muslim communities: Treading a Critical Path Over the Crescent Moon’, in Beth Crisp (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Religion, Spirituality and Social Work. Oxford, Routledge.
Fenge, L., Lee, S. and Brown, K. (2017) Safeguarding Adults: Scamming and Mental Capacity, London:Sage
Fenge, L.-A., Howe, K., Hughes, M and Thomas, G., (2014). The Social Work Portfolio A Guide for Students. McGraw-Hill Education (UK).
Williams S, Rutter L ., (2015) The Practice Educators Handbook.3rd ed. London: Sage
Latest news from the Centre for Seldom Heard Voices
A Guide to Statutory Social Work Interventions: the lived experience, edited by Dr Mel Hughes is published on 23 May 2019
The book covers a range of statutory social work interventions such as being detained under the Mental Health Act, having a child removed to a place of safety or having a carers assessment.
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This section provides links to some of our creative outputs and activities:
- The AHRC Changing the Story’ Project, of which we lead the ‘Kosovo Strand’, including project videos
- The Seen but Seldom Heard Project – youth and disability
- The Seen But Seldom Heard Project – short film about the project using performance poetry to explore disability
- The Older Carer’s research study: Chief Cook and Bottle Washer
- The Parent’s Story Project: Parental substance use. Trailer for the play SCORE!
- The Gay and Grey Project
- The cross-faculty ‘Conflict Transformation Studies’ project
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- Professor Sara Ashencaen Crabtree
- Jennifer Bigmore
- Dr Tula Brannelly
- Dr Sid Carter
- Zoe Cowie
- Fiona Cusack
- Dr Jill Davey
- Ros Dray
- Jane Healy
- Professor Sarah Hean
- Dr Richard Heslop
- Kate Howe
- Dr Maggie Hutchings
- Dr Sally Lee
- Dr Hyun-Joo Lim
- Stefan Kleipoedszus
- Richard Murphy
- Professor Jonathan Parker
- Dr Margarete Parrish
- Dr Rosie Read
- Emily Rosenorn-Lanng
- Dr Lynne Rutter
- Dr Patrick Van Calster
- Richard Williams
- Peter Atkins
- Dr Sarah Collard
- Dr Vanessa Heaslip
- Lisa Oakley – Visiting Fellow
- Sam Porter
- Professor Colin Pritchard
- Julie Ryden
- Dr Kip Jones
- Dr Ambrose Seddon
- Susan Sloan
- Dr Sean Beer
- Professor Sam Porter
- Professor Stephen Jukes
- Mathew Charles
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- Giulia Levi
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