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Abbott, Simon (2020) Navigating practice at the interface between mental health and social care law. In: Braye, Suzy and Preston-Shoot, Michael, (eds.) The Care Act 2014 : wellbeing in practice. London, U.K. : Learning Matters. pp. 113-128. (Transforming Social Work Practice) ISBN 9781526446879

Akhtar, Farrukh and Ruch, Gillian, eds. (2020) Holding the paradox : relationship based practice in a global context. Taylor and Francis. 96p. (Journal of Social Work Practice, (34(2))) ISSN (print) 0265-0533

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Baker, Natasha, Gillman, Lindsay and Coxon, Kirstie (2020) Assessing mental health during pregnancy : an exploratory qualitative study of midwives’ perceptions. Midwifery, 86, p. 102690. ISSN (print) 0266-6138

Basu, J, Poveda-Velazquez, P, Parry-Williams, G, Milles, C, Tilby-Jones, F, Sheikh, N, Malhotra, A, Bulleros, P, Chis Ster, I, O'Driscoll, J, Behr, E, Sharma, S, Tome, M, Nikoletou, D and Papadakis, M (2020) Safety and outcomes of a structured exercise programme in young patients with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy : the SAFE-HCM trial. In: ESC Congress 2020 : The Digital Experience; 29 Aug - 01 Sep 2020, Held Online. (Unpublished)

Brady, Dermot [Reviewer] (2020) Book Review of: 'Social work for lazy radical : relationship building, critical thinking and courage in practice' by Jane Fenton. Practice, 32(5), pp. 409-411. ISSN (print) 0950-3153

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Calestani, Melania and Montesi, Laura (2020) The ethno-racial basis of chronic diseases : rethinking race and ethnicity from a critical epidemiological perspective. In: Gamlin, Jennie , Gibbon, Sahra , Sesia, Paola and Berrio, Lina, (eds.) Critical medical anthropology : perspectives in and from Latin America. London, U.K. : UCL Press. pp. 170-192. (Embodying inequalities : perspectives from medical anthropology) ISBN 9781787355828

Cieloszczyk, Aleksandra, Lewko, Agnieszka, Sliwka, Agnieszka, Wloch, Tomasz and Pyszora, Anna (2020) Koronawirus : SARS-Cov-2 : Zalecenia do prowadzenia fitjoterapii doroslych pacjentów z COVID-19 = Coronavirus : SARS-Cov-2 : Recommendations for physiotherapy of adult patients with COVID-19. (Documentation) Warsaw, Poland : Krajowa Izba Fizjoterapeutów = The Polish Chamber of Physiotherapists. 17 p.

Cole, Mary-Jane, Barrett, Rosalie and Mein, Gillian (2020) UK rehabilitation professionals' experiences undertaking short-term responses after sudden-onset disaster. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 27(6), ISSN (print) 1741-1645

Coxon, Kirstie, Turienzo, Cristina Fernandez, Kweekel, Liselotte, Goodarzi, Bahareh, Brigante, Lia, Simon, Agnes and Lanau, Miriam Morlans (2020) The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on maternity care in Europe. Midwifery, 88, p. 102779. ISSN (print) 0266-6138

Crowther, Susan A., Hall, Jenny, Balabanoff, Doreen, Baranowska, Barbara, Kay, Lesley, Menage, Diane and Fry, Jane (2021) Spirituality and childbirth : an international virtual co-operative inquiry. Women and Birth, 34(2), e135-e145. ISSN (print) 1871-5192

Cull, Joanne (2020) Helping student midwives become safe practitioners : effective teaching of cardiotocograph interpretation. British Journal of Midwifery, 28(8), pp. 498-501. ISSN (print) 0969-4900

Cull, Joanne, Hunter, Billie, Henley, Josie, Fenwick, Jennifer and Sidebotham, Mary (2020) "Overwhelmed and out of my depth" : responses from early career midwives in the United Kingdom to the Work, Health and Emotional Lives of Midwives study. Women and Birth, 33(6), e549-e557. ISSN (print) 1871-5192

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Dewhurst, Sarah, Tigue, Ruth, Sandsund, Cathy, Mein, Gill and Shaw, Clare (2020) Factors influencing people's ability to maintain their activity levels during treatment for soft tissue sarcoma : a qualitative study. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 36(8), pp. 923-932. ISSN (print) 0959-3985

Dicken, Carol (2020) Book Review of "Supporting struggling students on placement : a practical guide" by Jo Finch. Journal of Social Work Practice, 34(10/11), pp. 121-122. ISSN (print) 0265-0533

Drennan, Vari M, Calestani, Melania, Taylor, Francesca, Halter, Mary and Levenson, Ros (2020) Perceived impact on efficiency and safety of experienced American physician assistants / associates in acute hospital care in England : findings from a multi-site case organisational study. JRSM Open, 11(10), ISSN (online) 2054-2704

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Fernandez Turienzo, Cristina, Bick, Debra, Briley, Annette L., Bollard, Mary, Coxon, Kirstie, Cross, Pauline, Silverio, Sergio A., Singh, Claire, Seed, Paul T., Tribe, Rachel M., Shennan, Andrew H., Sandall, Jane and POPPIE Pilot Collaborative Group [Author-contributor] (2020) Midwifery continuity of care versus standard maternity care for women at increased risk of preterm birth : a hybrid implementation–effectiveness, randomised controlled pilot trial in the UK. PLOS Medicine, 17(10), e1003350. ISSN (print) 1549-1277

Freeman-Sanderson, Amy, Ward, Elizabeth C., Miles, Anna, de Pedro Netto, Irene, Duncan, Sallyanne, Inamoto, Yoko, McRae, Jackie, Pillay, Natasha, Skoretz, Stacey A., Walshe, Margaret and Brodsky, Martin B. (2021) A consensus statement for the management and rehabilitation of communication and swallowing function in the ICU : a global response to COVID-19. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 102(5), pp. 835-842. ISSN (print) 0003-9993

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Harding, Deborah (2020) Workplace supervision for Advanced Clinical Practice : an integrated multi-professional approach for practitioner development. (Project Report) Health Education England. 41 p.

Harries, Cilla, Unsworth, Carolyn, Vrkljan, Brenda and Dickerson, Anne (2020) International comparison of older drivers and non-drivers for activity access and quality of life. In: GSA 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting : “Turning 75 : Why Age Matters”; 04-07 Nov 2020, Philadelphia, U.S.A. (Held online).

Hood, Rick, Gorin, Sarah, Goldacre, Allie, Muleya, Wilson and Bywaters, Paul (2020) Exploring drivers of demand for child protection services in an English local authority. Child & Family Social Work, 25(3), pp. 657-664. ISSN (print) 1356-7500

Hood, Rick, Goldacre, Allie, Gorin, Sarah, Bywaters, Paul and Webb, Calum (2020) Identifying and understanding the link between system conditions and welfare inequalities in children's social care services : Final Report. (Project Report) Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University and St Georges, University of London. 107 p. (Unpublished)

Hood, Rick, Goldacre, Allie, Gorin, Sarah and Bywaters, Paul (2020) Screen, ration and churn : demand management and the crisis in children's social care. The British Journal of Social Work, 50(3), pp. 868-889. ISSN (print) 0045-3102

Hood, Rick (2020) The challenges facing children : what's driving the demand for children's services. In: Westminster Education Forum keynote seminar : Children's services in England - inspection, effective multi-agency working and innovation in delivery; 03 Jun 2020, Online. (Unpublished)

Hurley, M., Connelly, M., Sheldon, H., Gibney, A., Hallett, R. and Carter, A. (2020) Increasing access to rehabilitation for knee and hip osteoarthritis – extending ESCAPE-pain delivery to community venues. In: 3rd Annual UK Implementation Science Research Conference : Implementation Science for Health and Social Care : Maximising Relevance for Practice and Policy; 16-17 Jul 2020, London, U.K. (Held Online).

Hurley, Mike, Irwin, Sally, Erwin, Jo, Sibley, Fay, Gibney, Amber and Carter, Andrea (2020) Delivering NICE Joint Pain Advice in the workplace. In: 3rd Annual UK Implementation Science Research Conference : Implementation Science for Health and Social Care : Maximising Relevance for Practice and Policy; 16-17 Jul 2020, London, U.K. (Held Online).

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Jones, Ray (2020) Four key ingredients of shared services. Children & Young People Now, p. 32. ISSN (print) 1755-8093

Jones, Ray (2020) Half-century is an opportunity to hail social work's role in society's changes. The Guardian Social life blog,

Jones, Ray (2020) How social work's '50th birthday' illustrates importance of practitioners shaping the profession. Community Care,

Jones, Ray (2020) Review of "De-Professionalism and Austerity : Challenges for the Public Sector". The British Journal of Social Work, bcaa101. ISSN (print) 1468-263X

Jones, Ray (2020) A history of the personal social services in England : feast, famine and the future. Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan. 494p. ISBN 9783030461232

Jones, Ray (2020) The impact and scandal and inquiries on social work and the personal social services. In: Bamford, Terry and Bilton, Keith, (eds.) Social work : past, present and future. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. pp. 191-212. ISBN 9781447356530

Jones, Ray (2020) A timely and powerful call for evidence-informed practice. Book Review of: 'What works now? Evidence-informed policy and practice' by Annette Boaz, Huw Davies, Alec Fraser & Sandra Nutley. Professional Social Work, June, p. 32. ISSN (print) 1352-3112

Jones, Ray (2020) The welfare state is being unwound as services are wrenched from communities. Guardian Society,

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Kay, Lesley (2020) Exchanging ideas and good practice globally : reciprocal learning in the context of a twinning project. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 30(1), pp. 127-130. ISSN (print) 0961-5555

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Lewko, Agnieszka and Pyszora, Anna (2020) Badanie fizjoterapeutyczne pacjenta z dysfunkcją układu oddechowego [Physiotherapy assessment of a patient with respiratory dysfunction]. (Other) Warsaw, Poland : Krajowa Izba Fizjoterapeutów [Polish Chamber of Physiotherapists]. 72 p. ISBN 9788395458125

Lewko, Agnieszka and Pyszora, Anna (2020) Fizjoterapia oddechowa – to nie tylko cwiczenia oddechowe i odkrztuszanie. Glos Fizjoterapeuty, 3, pp. 42-44. ISSN (print) 2545-3637

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McRae, Jackie, Smith, Christina, Emmanuel, Anton and Beeke, Suzanne (2020) The experiences of individuals with cervical spinal cord injury and their family during post-injury care in non-specialised and specialised units in UK. BMC Health Services Research, 20, p. 783. ISSN (online) 1472-6963

McRae, Jackie, Ginnelly, Aeron, Newman, Helen, Clunie, Gemma and Viviers, Mari (2020) The power of communication. In: Boulanger, Carole and McWilliams, David, (eds.) Passport to successful ICU discharge. Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature. pp. 101-116. ISBN 9783030389154

McRae, Jackie, Montgomery, Elizabeth, Garstang, Zoe and Cleary, Eibhlin (2020) The role of speech and language therapists in the intensive care unit. Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 21(4), pp. 344-348. ISSN (print) 1751-1437

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Norris, M., Hammond, J., Williams, A. and Walker, S. (2020) Students with specific learning disabilities experiences of pre-registration physiotherapy education : a qualitative study. BMC Medical Education, 20(2), ISSN (print) 1472-6920

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Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl, Sharma, Sonya, Brown, Rachel and Calestani, Melania (2020) Prayer as transgression? The social relations of prayer in healthcare settings. Montreal, Quebec : McGill-Queen's University Press. 240p. (Advancing Studies in Religion, 9) ISBN 9780228001645

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Sims, Georgina (2020) Operationalising Domain 1 : NMC new standards of proficiency for midwives. Practising Midwife, 23(2), pp. 20-25. ISSN (print) 1461-3123

Szwarc, Stephanie and Lindsay, Jane (2020) How do statutory social workers respond to feedback on their practice? A small scale study undertaken in children's services of three English local authorities. Social Work Education, 39(7), pp. 940-956. ISSN (print) 0261-5479

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Taylor, Francesca, Drennan, Vari M, Halter, Mary and Calestani, Melania (2020) Integration and retention of American physician assistants/associates working in English hospitals : a qualitative study. Health Policy, 124(5), pp. 525-530. ISSN (print) 0168-8510

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Watson, Natasha, Demetriou, George, Cole, Daryl, Hassenkamp, Anne-Marie and Thomson, Di (2020) The effects of mindfulness training on persistent or intermittent sub-acute pain : using the Headspace® application. European Journal of Physiotherapy, 22(5), pp. 253-261. ISSN (print) 2167-9169

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