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2021

Barrett D, Rodriguez A, Smith J. 2021. Producing a successful PhD thesis. Evidence Based Nursing. 1-2 24.1
Mosor E, Studenic P, Alunno A, Padjen I, Olsder W, Ramiro S, Bini I, Caeyers N, Gossec L, Kouloumas M, Nikiphorou E, Stones S, Wilhelmer T-C, Stamm TA. 2021. Young people’s perspectives on patient-reported outcome measures in inflammatory arthritis: results of a multicentre European qualitative study from a EULAR task force. RMD Open. e001517-e001517 7.1
Noble HR, Smith J. 2021. A review of common evidence review designs published in JAN ; a 10‐year review. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Sivera F, Alunno A, Najm A, Avcin T, Baraliakos X, Bijlsma JW, Badreh S, Burmester G, Cikes N, Da Silva JAP, Damjanov N, Dougados M, Dudler J, Edwards CJ, Iagnocco A, Lioté F, Nikiphorou E, van Onna M, Stones SR, Vassilopoulos D, Haines C, Ramiro S. 2021. 2019 EULAR points to consider for the assessment of competences in rheumatology specialty training. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 65-70 80.1

2020

Stones SR, Milnes L, Swallow VM. 2020. A realist approach to eliciting the initial programme theories for the self- and shared-management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis by children, young people, families and professionals involved in their care.. Pediatric Rheumatology
Astuti AW, Hirst J, Bharj KK. 2020. Indonesian adolescents’ experiences during pregnancy and early parenthood: a qualitative study. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology. 317-326 41.4
Blower S, Swallow V, Maturana C, Stones S, Phillips R, Dimitri P, Marshman Z, Knapp P, Dean A, Higgins S, Kellar I, Curtis P, Mills N, Martin-Kerry J. 2020. Children and young people’s concerns and needs relating to their use of health technology to self-manage long-term conditions: a scoping review. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 1093-1104 105.11
Cave L, Milnes LJ. 2020. The lived experience of adults with cystic fibrosis: what they would tell their younger selves about the gut. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
Firdous T, Darwin Z, Hassan SM. 2020. Muslim women’s experiences of maternity services in the UK: Qualitative systematic review and thematic synthesis. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 20
Foster HE, Scott C, Tiderius CJ, Dobbs MB, Ang E, Charuvanij S, Costello W, Kinnunen M, Lewandowski LB, Migowa A, Stones SR, Vilaiyuk S, Webb K. 2020. Improving musculoskeletal health for children and young people – A ‘call to action’. Best Practice & Research Clinical Rheumatology. 101566-101566 34.5
Gossec L, Kedra J, Servy H, Pandit A, Stones S, Berenbaum F, Finckh A, Baraliakos X, Stamm TA, Gomez-Cabrero D, Pristipino C, Choquet R, Burmester GR, Radstake TRDJ. 2020. EULAR points to consider for the use of big data in rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 69-76 79.1
Harris J, Milnes LJ, Mountain G. 2020. How ‘The Daily Mile™’ works in practice: A process evaluation in a UK primary school.. Journal of Child Health Care. 544-559 24.4
Jones AP, Clayton D, Nkhoma G, Sherratt FC, Peak M, Stones SR, Roper L, Young B, McErlane F, Moitt T, Ramanan AV, Foster HE, Williamson PR, Deepak S, Beresford MW, Baildam EM. 2020. Different corticosteroid induction regimens in children and young people with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: the SIRJIA mixed-methods feasibility study. Health Technology Assessment. 1-152 24.36
Kola-Palmer S, Lewis K, Rodriguez A, Kola-Palmer D. 2020. Help-Seeking for Mental Health Issues in Professional Rugby League Players. Frontiers in Psychology. 11
Rawdon C, Gallagher P, Glacken M, Swallow V, Lambert V. 2020. Parent and adolescent communication with healthcare professionals about Type 1 diabetes management at adolescents’ outpatient clinic appointments. Diabetic Medicine. 785-796 37.5
Rodriguez A, Smith J, Barrett D. 2020. Research made simple: developing complex interventions. Evidence Based Nursing. 35-37 23.2
Rodriguez A, Smith J, Barrett D. 2020. What are the foundations of a good PhD?. Evidence Based Nursing. 94-96 23.4
Sherratt FC, Bagley H, Stones SR, Preston J, Hall NJ, Gorst SL, Young B. 2020. Ensuring young voices are heard in core outcome set development: international workshops with 70 children and young people. Research Involvement and Engagement. 6.1
Smith EMD, Ainsworth S, Beresford MW, Buys V, Costello W, Egert Y, Foster HE, Lamot L, Prakken BJ, Scott C, Stones SR. 2020. Establishing an international awareness day for paediatric rheumatic diseases: reflections from the inaugural World Young Rheumatic Diseases (WORD) Day 2019. Pediatric Rheumatology. 18.1
Smith J, Ali P, Birks Y, Curtis P, Fairbrother H, Kirk S, Saltiel D, Thompson J, Swallow V. 2020. Umbrella review of family-focused care interventions supporting families where a family member has a long-term condition. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Waite-Jones JM, Swallow V, Madill A. 2020. From ‘neurotic’ to ‘managing’ mother: The ‘medical career’ experienced by mothers of a child diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. British Journal of Health Psychology.
Cave L, Milnes L, McHugh G. 2020. Self-care support of diet and the gut in the routine care of school-age children with long-term conditions: a systematic integrative review.
Plan International UK. 2020. The State of Girls’ Rights in the UK 2019 - 2020. In: Lincoln J (eds.) The State of Girls’ Rights in the UK 2019 - 2020.

2019

Baildam E, Jones A, Clayton D, Nkoma G, Peak M, Ramanan A, Rooney M, Foster H, Stones S, Mcerlane F, Moitt T, Roper L, Young B, Sherratt F, Beresford M. 2019. AB0936 A NATIONAL SURVEY OF CLINICAL PRACTICE OF CORTICOSTEROID USE IN NEWLY DIAGNOSED OR FLARING CASES OF JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS ACROSS THE UK. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Jones A, Clayton D, Nkhoma G, Sherratt F, Peak M, Ramanan A, Rooney M, Foster H, Stones S, McErlane F, Moitt T, Roper L, Young B, Beresford M, Baildam E. 2019. A national survey of clinical practice of corticosteroid use in newly diagnosed or flaring cases of juvenile idiopathic arthritis across the UK. RHEUMATOLOGY
Mosor E, Studenic P, Alunno A, Padjen I, Olsder W, Ramiro S, Bini I, Caeyers N, Gossec L, Kouloumas M, Nikiphorou E, Stones S, Wilhelmer T-C, Stamm T. 2019. "WHEN YOU READ THIS, YOU REALLY FEEL OLD!" PERSPECTIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS ON PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOME MEASURES FROM A EUROPEAN QUALITATIVE STUDY. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES
Mosor E, Studenic P, Alunno A, Padjen I, Olsder W, Ramiro SA, Bini I, Caeyers N, Gossec L, Kouloumas M, Nikiphorou E, Stones S, Wilhelmer T, Stamm T. 2019. "When You Read This, You Really Feel Old!" Perspectives of Young People with Inflammatory Arthritis on Patient Reported Outcome Measures from a European Qualitative Study. ARTHRITIS & RHEUMATOLOGY
Najm A, Nikiphorou E, Kostine M, Richez C, Pauling J, Finckh A, Ritschl V, Prior Y, Balazova P, Stones S, Szekanecz Z, Iagnocco A, Ramiro S, Sivera F, Dougados M, Carmona L, Burmester GR, Gossec L, Berenbaum F. 2019. THU0642 EULAR POINTS TO CONSIDER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT, EVALUATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF MOBILE HEALTH APPLICATIONS FOR SELF-MANAGEMENT IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATIC AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Russell AM, Bryant L, Farrin A, Wright-Hughes A, Walwyn R, Graham L, House A. 2019. Supported self-management for adults with a mild or moderate learning disability and Type 2 diabetes: Is a consented, individually randomised controlled trial (RCT) possible? The OK Diabetes feasibility RCT. DIABETIC MEDICINE
Russell AM, Bryant L, House A, Ward V, Stones C, Witty K. 2019. Development of REsources based on reasonable adjustments to MAINstream diabetes and obesity care for adults with a learning disability: The REMAIN project. DIABETIC MEDICINE
Stones S, Bagley H, Jones A, Mcerlane F, Moitt T, Nkhoma G, Sherratt F, Young B, Beresford M, Baildam E. 2019. AB0937 IDENTIFYING THE PRIMARY OUTCOME MEASURE AND PROTOCOL COMPONENTS FOR A PROSPECTIVE FEASIBILITY STUDY OF CORTICOSTEROID REGIMENS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS USING CONSENSUS METHODS WITH YOUNG PEOPLE, FAMILIES AND PROFESSIONALS. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Stones S, Bagley H, Sherratt F, Roper L, Baildam E. 2019. AB1058 CO-DESIGNING A COMPARATIVE RANDOMISED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL OF CORTICOSTEROID REGIMENS WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND PARENTS LIVING WITH JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Stones S, Group IR. 2019. AB1411-HPR THE SELF- AND SHARED-MANAGEMENT OF PAEDIATRIC-ONSET RHEUMATIC AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES BY CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE AND THEIR FAMILIES: INITIAL FINDINGS FROM A THEORY-GLEANING PROCESS WITH PATIENT ORGANISATION REPRESENTATIVES. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Stones S, Kepic M, Angevare S, Ainsworth S, Costello W, Gruss A, Louw AVD. 2019. OP0172 PARE WORKING TOGETHER FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES LIVING WITH RHEUMATIC AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES: THE EUROPEAN NETWORK FOR CHILDREN WITH ARTHRITIS (ENCA). Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Stones SR. 2019. THE SELF- AND SHARED-MANAGEMENT OF JUVENILE IDIOPATHIC ARTHRITIS BY CHILDREN, YOUNG PEOPLE, FAMILIES AND PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN THEIR HEALTHCARE AND EDUCATION: REFLECTIONS FROM A PATIENT-LED, REALIST EVALUATION. RHEUMATOLOGY
Stones SR, Bagley H, Sherratt FC, Roper L, Baildam EM. 2019. Co-designing a comparative randomised controlled clinical trial of corticosteroid regimens with children, young people and parents living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis. RHEUMATOLOGY
Studenic P, Stones S, Alunno A, Ritschl V, Nikiphorou E. 2019. AB1233 PEOPLE WITH RHEUMATIC AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DISEASES CONNECT AND LEARN ABOUT HEALTH-RELATED ISSUES USING SOCIAL MEDIA. Annual European Congress of Rheumatology, EULAR 2019, Madrid, 12–15 June 2019
Cave L, Milnes L. 2019. Dataset to support findings of a study exploring the lived experience of adults with cystic fibrosis (what they would tell their younger selves about the gut).
Dahlawi N, Milnes LJ, Swallow V. 2019. Behaviour and emotions of children and young people with congenital heart disease: A literature review. Journal of Child Health Care.
Darwin Z, Greenfield M. 2019. Mothers and others: The invisibility of LGBTQ people in reproductive and infant psychology. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. 341-343 37.4
Davies HT, Phillips B, Preston J, Stones SR. 2019. Making research central to good paediatric practice. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 385-388 104.4
Davies HT, Phillips B, Preston J, Stones SR. 2019. How to navigate the ethical review of research. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 697-700 104.7
Hollis R, Ersser SJ, Iles-Smith H, Milnes LJ, Munyombwe T, Sanders C, Swallow V. 2019. A feasibility study of administering the electronic Research & Development Culture Index to the multidisciplinary workforce in a UK Teaching Hospital. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare. 935-945 12
Kedra J, Radstake T, Pandit A, Baraliakos X, Berenbaum F, Finckh A, Fautrel B, Stamm TA, Gomez-Cabrero D, Pristipino C, Choquet R, Servy H, Stones S, Burmester G, Gossec L. 2019. Current status of use of big data and artificial intelligence in RMDs: a systematic literature review informing EULAR recommendations. RMD Open. e001004-e001004 5.2
Kola-Palmer S, Buckley S, Kingston G, Stephen J, Rodriguez A, Sherretts N, Lewis K. 2019. “Someone to Talk to”: Influence of Player Welfare Provision on Mental Health in Professional Rugby League Players. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology. 486-503 13.3
Lavender T, Omoni G, Laisser R, McGowan L, Wakasiaka S, Maclean G, Chimwaza A. 2019. Evaluation of an educational board game to improve use of the partograph in sub-Saharan Africa: A quasi-experimental study. Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare. 54-59 20
Lavender T, Wakasiaka S, Chimwaza A, Wood R, Omoni G, Mukhwana R, McGowan L, Chimala E, Omari J, Edozien L. 2019. A qualitative study of partner engagement in HIV testing in Malawi and Kenya. Culture, Health and Sexuality.
McGowan L, Quinlivan J. 2019. Involving fathers in maternal and child health: are we there yet?. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1+ 40.1
McGowan L, Quinlivan J. 2019. Social consequences for women undergoing fertility treatment. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. 89+ 40.2
Najm A, Nikiphorou E, Kostine M, Richez C, Pauling JD, Finckh A, Ritschl V, Prior Y, Balážová P, Stones S, Szekanecz Z, Iagnocco A, Ramiro S, Sivera F, Dougados M, Carmona L, Burmester G, Wiek D, Gossec L, Berenbaum F. 2019. EULAR points to consider for the development, evaluation and implementation of mobile health applications aiding self-management in people living with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases. RMD Open. e001014-e001014 5.2
Newman TC, Hirst J, Darwin Z. 2019. What enables or prevents women with depressive symptoms seeking help in the postnatal period?. British Journal of Midwifery. 219-227 27.4
Nightingale R, McHugh G, Kirk S, Swallow V. 2019. Supporting children and young people to assume responsibility from their parents for the self-management of their long-term condition: an integrative review. Child: Care, Health and Development. 175-188 45.2
Peat G, Rodriguez A, Smith J. 2019. Social media use in adolescents and young adults with serious illnesses: An integrative review. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. 235-244 9
Phillips B, Davies HT, Preston J, Stones SR. 2019. Framework to help design and review research involving children. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 601-604 104.6
Preston J, Stones SR, Davies H, Phillips B. 2019. How to involve children and young people in what is, after all, their research. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 494-500 104.5
Quinlivan JA, McGowan L. 2019. How do we help women become less fearful of birth?. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Saidi S, Milnes LJ, Griffiths J. 2019. Are we doing it right? Self-care support for patients with type 2 diabetes in urban areas in Malaysia. Enfermería Clínica. 691-697 29.Supplement 2
Sheridan R, Martin-Kerry J, Watt I, Higgins S, Stones SR, Horton Taylor D, Knapp P. 2019. User testing digital, multimedia information to inform children, adolescents and their parents about healthcare trials. Journal of Child Health Care. 468-482 23.3
Smith J, Dransfield A. 2019. Patient and carer involvement in healthcare education, service delivery and research: avoiding tokenism.. Evidence-Based Nursing. 65-66 22.3
Tuohy E, Rawdon C, Gallagher P, Glacken M, Murphy N, Swallow V, Lambert V. 2019. Children and young people’s experiences and perceptions of self-management of type 1 diabetes: A qualitative meta-synthesis. Health Psychology Open. 6.2
Vasey J, Smith J, Kirshbaum MN, Chirema K. 2019. Tokenism or true partnership: Parental involvement in a child's acute pain care.. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 1491-1505 28.9-10
Watts L, Rodriguez A, Tatterton M, McSherry W, Smith J. 2019. Meaning making and Generativity in Children and Young people with Life limiting conditions (MAGICYL). Evidence-Based Nursing. 33-35 22.2

2018

Douglas S, Stones S. 2018. Foreword: Parent and young person involvement in research—a consumer perspective. In: Paediatric Rheumatology.
Hills JW, Cahill J, Lees J, Freshwater D. 2018. Indices of Change: Analysing the Indexical Properties of Data from Psychotherapy Case Work to Discern Patterns of Therapeutic Change Over Time. In: Costa AP; Reis LP; Souza FND; Moreira A (eds.) Computer Supported Qualitative Research: Second International Symposium on Qualitative Research (ISQR 2017). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing.
Sherratt F, Bagley H, Stones S, Preston J, Eaton S, Allin B, Walker E, Hall N, Young B. 2018. Improving core outcome set development for children and young people: Learning from a case study in acute appendicitis and consultation with an international group of children and young people. 7th COMET Initiative Meeting
Stones SR. 2018. Nothing about us without us: The importance of involving young people in healthcare research, from the bench to the bedside. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICS
Stones SR. 2018. OP0011-PARE A week to tweet: findings from young pare’s online course for twitter novices. EULAR 2018: 19th Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Stones SR. 2018. THU0743-HPR Supported self-management interventions for families and children aged 4 to 11 years old living with arthritis, asthma and type one diabetes: an integrative review. EULAR 2018: 19th Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Stones SR, Janson D, Wright C. 2018. The essential role of consumers in clinical and health services research: best practice examples from the paediatric rheumatology clinical studies group consumer representatives. BSPAR Annual Conference 2016
Stones SR, Verstappen S, Cruickshank S. 2018. The development and evaluation of an interactive health communication application to promote self-management in young people diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a pilot study. BSPAR Annual Conference 2016
Studenic P, Alunno A, Stones SR, Ritschl V, Nikiphorou E. 2018. Social Media Use for Health-Related Purposes By People with Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Diseases - Results of a Global Survey. 2018 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting
Alunno A, Carubbi F, Stones S, Gerli R, Giacomelli R, Baraliakos X. 2018. The Impact of Fibromyalgia in Spondyloarthritis: From Classification Criteria to Outcome Measures. Frontiers in Medicine. 5
Antcliff D, Keeley P, Campbell M, Woby S, Keenan A-M, McGowan L. 2018. Activity pacing: moving beyond taking breaks and slowing down. Quality of Life Research. 1933-1935 27.7
Bryant LD, Russell AM, Walwyn REA, Farrin AJ, Wright-Hughes A, Graham EH, Nagi D, Stansfield A, Birtwistle J, Meer S, Ajjan RA, House AO. 2018. Characterizing adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus and intellectual disability: outcomes of a case‐finding study. Diabetic Medicine. 352-359 35.3
Burkinshaw P, Cahill J, Ford J. 2018. Empirical Evidence Illuminating Gendered Regimes in UK Higher Education: Developing a New Conceptual Framework. Education Sciences. 8.2
Coad J, Smith J, Pontin D, Gibson F. 2018. Consult, Negotiate, and Involve: Evaluation of an Advanced Communication Skills Program for Health Care Professionals. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing. 296-307 35.4
Cooke A, Bedwell C, Campbell M, McGowan L, Ersser SJ, Lavender T. 2018. Skin care for healthy babies at term: a systematic review of the evidence. Midwifery. 29-43 56
Foster M, Smith J, Sarah N. 2018. Letter to Editor. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 43
Gianfrancesco C, Darwin Z, McGowan L, Smith DM, Haddrill R, Carter M, Scott EM, Alwan NA, Morris MA, Albar SA, Cade JE. 2018. Exploring the Feasibility of Use of An Online Dietary Assessment Tool (myfood24) in Women with Gestational Diabetes. Nutrients. 10.9
Harris J, Milnes LJ, Mountain G. 2018. The Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing 'The Daily Mile' in a UK Based Primary School: a Process Evaluation Protocol.. Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists Barry J (eds.). 37-45 9.1
Hills J, Lees J, Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2018. Psychosoma in crisis: an autoethnographic study of medically unexplained symptoms and their diverse contexts. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 135-147 46.2
House A, Bryant L, Russell A, Wright-Hughes A, Graham L, Walwyn R, Wright JM, Hulme C, O'Dwyer J, Latchford G, Stanfield A, Ajjan R, Farrin A. 2018. Randomized controlled feasibility trial of supported self-management in adults with Type 2 diabetes mellitus and an intellectual disability: OK Diabetes. Diabetic Medicine. 776-788 35.6
House A, Latchford G, Russell AM, Bryant L, Wright J, Graham E, Stansfield A, Ajjan R. 2018. Development of a supported self-management intervention for adults with type 2 diabetes and a learning disability. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 4
Lewis K, Rodriguez A, Kola-Palmer S, Sherretts N. 2018. ‘It’s not mind blowing really….it’s about keeping people happy’: the perceptions of player welfare managers in Rugby Super League. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. 1-20
McGowan L, Quinlivan J. 2018. Working towards developing evidence based psychosocial interventions to promote health and wellbeing in pregnancy. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology. 167-167 39.3
Noble H, Smith J. 2018. Reviewing the literature: choosing a review design. Evidence-based nursing. 39-41 21.2
O'Dwyer JL, Russell AM, Bryant LD, Walwyn REA, Wright-Hughes AM, Graham EH, Wright JM, Meer S, Birtwistle J, Farrin AJ, House AO, Hulme CT. 2018. Developing and feasibility testing of data collection methods for an economic evaluation of a supported selfmanagement programme for adults with a learning disability and type 2 diabetes. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 4
Olander EK, Smith DM, Darwin Z. 2018. Health behaviour and pregnancy: a time for change. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology. 1-3 36.1
Peat G, Rodriguez A, Smith J. 2018. Interpretive phenomenological analysis applied to healthcare research. Evidence-Based Nursing. 7-9 22.1
Peat G, Smith J, Rodriguez A. 2018. Mobilising identity through social media: psychosocial support for young people with life-limiting conditions. Evidence-based nursing. 60-62 21.3
Quinlivan JA, McGowan L. 2018. Why nutrition should be the first prescription. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology. 247+ 39.4
Rodriguez A. 2018. Professionals need to discuss more effectively the holistic needs of their patients regarding palliative care. Evidence Based Nursing. 114-114 21.4
Rodriguez A, Smith J. 2018. Phenomenology as a healthcare research method. Evidence-Based Nursing. 96-98 21.4
Rodriguez A, Smith J, McDermid K. 2018. Dignity therapy interventions for young people in palliative care: a rapid structured evidence review. International Journal of Palliative Nursing. 339-349 24.7
Russell AM, O'Dwyer JL, Bryant LD, House AO, Birtwistle JC, Meer S, Wright-Hughes A, Walwyn REA, Graham E, Farrin AJ, Hulme CT. 2018. The feasibility of using the EQ-5D-3L with adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities within a randomized control trial: a qualitative evaluation.. Pilot and feasibility studies. 4.1
Saidi S, Milnes LJ, Griffiths J. 2018. Fatalism, faith and fear: A case study of self‐care practice among adults with Type 2 diabetes in urban Malaysia. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 3758-3767 27.19-20
Sherratt FC, Roper L, Stones SR, McErlane F, Peak M, Beresford MW, Foster H, Ramanan AV, Rooney M, Baildam E, Young B. 2018. Protective parents and permissive children: what qualitative interviews with parents and children can tell us about the feasibility of juvenile idiopathic arthritis trials. Pediatric Rheumatology. 16
Smith J, Kendal S. 2018. Parents' and Health professionals' Views of Collaboration in the Management of Childhood Long-term Conditions. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 36-44 43
Stones SR. 2018. Nothing about us without us: The importance of involving young people in healthcare research, from the bench to the bedside. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 524-525 536.2
Stones SR, Smith J. 2018. Social media supremacy: a force of change paving the way for the next generation of healthcare and research.. Evidence-Based Nursing. 2-3 21.1
Taggart L, Truesdale M, Dunkley A, House A, Russell AM. 2018. Health Promotion and Wellness Initiatives Targeting Chronic Disease Prevention and Management for Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: Recent Advancements in Type 2 Diabetes. Current Developmental Disorders Reports. 132-142 5.3
Vaughan J, Rodriguez A, Boduszek D. 2018. The school as a therapeutic community. THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES. 109-117 39.3
Waite-Jones JM, Majeed-Ariss R, Smith J, Stones SR, Van Rooyen V, Swallow V. 2018. Young People’s, Parents’, and Professionals’ Views on Required Components of Mobile Apps to Support Self-Management of Juvenile Arthritis: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth. 6.1
Waite-Jones JM, Swallow V. 2018. Peer-based social support for young-people with Juvenile Arthritis: views of young people, parents/carers and healthcare professionals within the UK. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. e85-e91 43
Young L, Egdell A, Swallow V. 2018. Qualitative accounts of young people, parents and staff involved with a purpose-designed, pilot short-break service for 18-24 year olds with life-limiting conditions. Children and Youth Services Review. 142-150 86
Stones S. 2018. Young people get arthritis too.
Ainsworth J, Ainsworth S, Challinor R, Rowe M, Preston J, Stones S. 2018. Things get solved when you become involved: A case study of RAiISE, a young person and family-led research initiative to improve education support for young people with chronic conditions.
Stones S, Ainsworth S, Ainsworth S, Challinor R, Gamble C, McGowan L, Milnes L, Swallow V. 2018. Self-management of chronic disease in childhood: the iSMART study.
Studenic P, Stones S, Alessia A, Valentin R, Nikiphorou E. 2018. Social Media Use for Health-Related Purposes By People with Rheumatic Diseases.
Garrod D; Darwin Z; McGowan L (2018) ‘How do midwives and fathers communicate during labour and birth?’ Emerging findings from an ethnographic study Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology Annual Conference. Lodz, Poland
Haddrill R; Scott E; Darwin Z (2018) Women’s  perspectives on a subsequent pregnancy after gestational diabetes: Preliminary findings from a qualitative study Diabetes UK National Diabetes in Pregnancy Conference. Birmingham, UK
Hartley H; Darwin Z; McGowan L; Smith DM (2018) Women’s understanding of managing gestational weight gain during pregnancy: A thematic synthesis Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology Annual Conference. Lodz, Poland
Nightingale R; Stones S (2018) Getting to grips with involving and engaging children, young people and families in research Leeds Children’s Hospital Research Forum. Leeds, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn Glasgow Caledonian University School of Health and Life Sciences Research Seminar. Glasgow, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) 8766 days to change a life The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) Child Health Evaluative Sciences (CHES) Research Group Seminar. Toronto, ON, Canada
Stones S (2018) In the driving seat: Health care and research led for, and by young people University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) Centre for Children and Young People’s Participation Seminar Series. Preston, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) Stumbling through the fog: A lived experience of fibromyalgia ME, CFS and Fibromyalgia Alliance Malta VO/818 and European Network of Fibromyalgia Associations (ENFA) Conference. Attard, Malta
Stones S (2018) It’s more than just aches and pains NRAS Bolton Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Group (BRASG) Meeting. Bolton, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) Why fit in when you were born to stand out! 4th iCAN Research and Advocacy Summit. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) JIA journeys Children’s Chronic Arthritis Association (CCAA) Family Support Weekend. Castleton, United Kingdom
Stones S (2018) Patient and public involvement in research: Two sides of the same coin University College Dublin’s Facilitating a collaborative approach to arthritis and rheumatic disease research conference. Dublin, Ireland
Stones S (2018) Digging for nuggets of gold: Developing a self-and shared-management framework to support children with arthritis and their families using a realist approach University of Leeds School of Healthcare Postgraduate Research Conference. Leeds, United Kingdom
Wright C; Stones S; Parker D; Vale S (2018) Making research opportunities visible to young people with JIA and their families British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology Conference, JIA Topic Specific Group Meeting. Southampton, United Kingdom
Bijlsma J, Caeyers N, de Wit M, Goyens C, Kouloumas M, Stamm T, Stones S, Wiek D. 2018. 21st EULAR Annual European Conference of PARE report.
House A, Bryant L, Russell AM, Wright-Hughes A, Graham L, Walwyn R, Wright JM, Hulme C, O’Dwyer JL, Latchford G, Meer S, Birtwistle JC, Stansfield A, Ajjan R, Farrin A. 2018. Managing with Learning Disability and Diabetes: OK-Diabetes - a case-finding study and feasibility randomised controlled trial.

2017

Darwin ZJ, Walsh J. 2017. The maternal-fetal relationship: conceptualisation, measurement, and application in practice. In: Edozien LC; O'Brien PMS (eds.) Biopsychosocial Factors in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
McGowan L. 2017. Biopsychosocial factors in chronic pelvic pain. In: Biopsychosocial Factors in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Swallow, V, Smith J, Smith T. 2017. Clinical Decision Making. In: Stanley D (eds.) Clinical Leadership in Nursing and Healthcare: values in to action.. 2nd.
Ainsworth S, Ainsworth J, Preston J, Stones S, Challinor R, Rowe M. 2017. Introducing RAiISE – Raising awareness of invisible illnesses in schools and education. 24th Paediatric Rheumatology European Society Congress
Andersen J, Balazova P, Boyd P, Olsder W, Ostuzzi S, Papastavrou T, Stones SR, Wilhelmer T, Van Nieuwkoop L, Caeyers N, Klett F. 2017. PARE0001 Growing stronger together: implementing eular young pare's strategy. EULAR 2017: 18th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Andersen J, Balazova P, Olsder W, Ostuzzi S, Papastavrou D, Stones S, Wilhelmer T, Boyd P. 2017. PARE0015 The importance of face-to-face networks: findings from the 2nd eular young pare conference, “change the future”. EULAR 2017: 18th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Cresswell K, Parsons S, Stones S, McDonagh JE, Thomson W, Lunt L. 2017. OP0327-PARE  Your Rheum – Giving young people a voice in rheumatology research. 18th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Gianfrancesco C, Darwin Z, McGowan L, Smith D, Haddrill R, Carter M, Scott E, Alwan N, Cade J. 2017. Use and experiences of myfood24: an online 24hour dietary recall tool to record and self monitor dietary intake in women with gestational diabetes: a feasibility and acceptability study. Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2017
Sherratt F, Roper L, Baildam E, Beresford M, Stones S, Ramanan A, Foster H, McErlane F, Rooney M, Peak M, Young B. 2017. Families’ views on the feasibility of a corticosteroid trial in JIA: a qualitative study. 24th Paediatric Rheumatology European Society Congress
Sherratt F, Roper L, Baildam E, Peak M, McErlane F, Stones S, Young B. 2017. Family perspectives on the feasibility of a corticosteroid induction regimen randomised controlled trial in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: results of a qualitative study. 4th International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference (ICTMC) and the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Clinical Trials
Stones S. 2017. Developing, evaluation and implementing smartphone applications for young people living with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases: a scoping review of empirical research. 24th Paediatric Rheumatology European Society Congress
Stones S, Swallow V, Milnes L, McGowan L. 2017. Identifying the self-management needs of children with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases and their families: an exploratory sequential mixed methods study proposal. British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology 2017
Stones S, Wright C. 2017. Involving patients, parents and carers in paediatric rheumatology research: best practice examples from lay representatives of the United Kingdom’s clinical studies group. 24th Paediatric Rheumatology European Society Congress
Stones S, Wright C. 2017. The critical role of patients, parents and carers in guiding the paediatric rheumatology research strategy for the United Kingdom through the clinical studies group. INVOLVE at 21 Conference
Stones SR, Bull S, Becerra S. 2017. An exploration of lived experiences amongst adults with rheumatoid arthritis using an online research community platform: A pilot study. 18th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Stones SR, Cruickshank SM, Verstappen SMM. 2017. OP0210-PARE The development and evaluation of an interactive health communication application to educate and empower young people living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a pilot study. 18th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Waite-Jones J, Swallow VM, Smith J, Stones S, Majeed-Ariss R, van Rooyen V. 2017. Developing a mobile-app to aid young people’s self-management of chronic rheumatic disease: a qualitative study. Rheumatology
Armitage S, Swallow V, Kolehmainen N. 2017. Ingredients and change processes in occupational therapy for children: a grounded theory study. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy. 208-213 24.3
Bateson K, Darwin ZJ, Galdas P, Rosan C. 2017. 'Engaging fathers: Acknowledging the barriers'. Journal of Health Visiting. 126-132 5.3
Darwin ZJ, Galdas P, Hinchliff S, Littlewood E, McMillan D, McGowan L, Gilbody S. 2017. Fathers' views and experiences of their own mental health during pregnancy and the first postnatal year: A qualitative interview study of men participating in the UK Born and Bred in Yorkshire (BaBY) cohort. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 17
Darwin ZJ, Green JM, McLeish J, Willmot H, Spiby H. 2017. Evaluation of trained volunteer doula services for disadvantaged women in five areas in England: women’s experiences. Health and Social Care in the Community. 466-477 25.2
Foster HE, Minden K, Clemente D, Leon L, McDonagh JE, Kamphuis S, Berggren K, Van Pelt P, Wouters C, Waite-Jones J, Tattersall R, Wyllie R, Stones SR, Martini A, Constantin T, Schalm S, Fidanci B, Erer B, Dermikaya E, Ozen S, Carmona L. 2017. EULAR / PReS standards and recommendations for the transitional care of young people with juvenile onset rheumatic diseases. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 639-646 76.4
Goldthorpe J, Lovell K, Peters S, Mcgowan L, Nemeth I, Roberts C, Aggarwal VRK. 2017. A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of a Guided Self-Help Intervention to Manage Chronic Orofacial Pain. Journal of Oral & Facial Pain and Headache. 61-71 31.1
Grimshaw P, McGowan L, McNichol E. 2017. An extra care community's perceived priorities for 'whole system' relationships: A Q-methodological study. Health and Social Care in the Community. 1169-1180 25.3
Hargreaves J, Lucock M, Rodriquez A. 2017. From inactivity to becoming physically active: The experiences of behaviour change in people with serious mental illness. Mental Health and Physical Activity. 83-93 13
Huby K, Swallow VM, Smith T, Carolan I. 2017. Children and young people's views on a web-based application to support personal management of long-term conditions: A qualitative study. Child Care Health and Development. 126-132 43.1
Iles-Smith H, Deaton C, Campbell M, Mercer C, McGowan L. 2017. The experiences of Myocardial Infarction patients readmitted within six months of Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 3511-3518 26.21-22
Jones J, Smith J. 2017. Ethnography: challenges and opportunities. Evidence-Based Nursing. 98-100 20.4
Kendal SE, Milnes L, Welsby H, Pryjmachuk S. 2017. Prioritising young people's emotional health support needs through participatory research.. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 263-271 24.5
Khisa W, Wakasiaka S, Mcgowan L, Campbell M, Lavender T. 2017. Understanding the lived experience of women before and after fistula repair: A qualitative study in Kenya. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 503-510 124.3
Lyons EA, Jones DE, Swallow VM, Chandler C. 2017. An Exploration of Comfort and Discomfort Amongst Children and Young People with Intellectual Disabilities Who Depend on Postural Management Equipment. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 727-742 30.4
Milnes L. 2017. Ensuring app safety. Nursing Children and Young People. 17-17 29.3
Milnes L, Kendal S. 2017. Involving young people with mental health problems in improving healthcare. Nursing Children and Young People. 23-23 29.4
Mountain G, Cahill J, Thorpe H. 2017. Sensitivity and attachment interventions in early childhood: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Infant Behavior and Development. 14-32 46
Muir D, Vat LE, Keller M, Bell T, Jørgensen CR, Eskildsen NB, Johnsen AT, Pandya-Wood R, Blackburn S, Day R, Ingram C, Hapeshi J, Khan S, Muir D, Baird W, Pavitt SH, Boards R, Briggs J, Loughhead E, Patel M, Khalil R, Cooper D, Day P, Boards J, Wu J, Zoltie T, Barber S, Thompson W, Kenny K, Owen J, Ramsdale M, Grey-Borrows K, Townsend N, Johnston J, Maddison K, Duff-Walker H, Mahon K, Craig L, Collins R, O’Grady A, Wadd S, Kelly A, Dutton M, McCann M, Jones R, Mathie E, Wythe H, Munday D, Millac P, Rhodes G, Roberts N, Simpson J, Barden N, Vicary P, Wellings A, Poland F, Jones J, Miah J, Bamforth H, Charalambous A, Dawes P, Edwards S, Leroi I, Manera V, Parsons S, Sayers R, Pinfold V, Dawson P, Gibbons B, Gibson J, Hobson-Merrett C, McCabe C, Rawcliffe T, Frith L, Gudgin B, Wellings A, Horobin A, Ewart C, Higton F, Vanhegan S, Pandya-Wood R, Stewart J, Wragg A, Wray P, Widdowson K, Brighton LJ, Pask S, Benalia H, Bailey S, Sumerfield M, Etkind S, Murtagh FEM, Koffman J, Evans CJ, Hrisos S, Marshall J, Yarde L, Riley B, Whitlock P, Jobson J, and 142 other authors. 2017. Abstracts from the NIHR INVOLVE Conference 2017. Research Involvement and Engagement. 3.S1
Nightingale R, Hall A, Gelder C, Friedl S, Brennan E, Swallow V. 2017. Desirable Components for a Customized, Home-Based, Digital Care-Management App for Children and Young People With Long-Term, Chronic Conditions: A Qualitative Exploration. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 19.7
Nightingale R, Wirz L, Cook W, Swallow V. 2017. Collaborating with parents of children with chronic conditions and professionals to design, develop and pre-pilot PLAnT (the Parent Learning Needs and Preferences Assessment Tool). Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 90-97 35
Pazandeh F, Potrata B, Huss R, Hirst J, House A. 2017. Women’s experiences of routine care during labor and childbirth and the influence of medicalization: A qualitative study from Iran. Midwifery. 63-70 53
Pickard L, Rodriguez A, Lewis K. 2017. Person-centred phenomenology: service user experiences of exercise. Mental Health and Social Inclusion. 119-126 21.2
Quinlivan J, McGowan L. 2017. The neglected vulva. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology. 237-237 38.4
Rodriguez A. 2017. There will be times when nurses can respond. Nursing Children and Young People. 27-27 29.3
Rodriguez A, Daly SJ. 2017. Student as researcher: rethinking how to make research methods interesting for students. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. 11
Rodriguez AM. 2017. Back to basics: Can unstructured camping promote wellbeing?. Therapeutic Communities. 38.1
Russell AM. 2017. Abject spaces and mimicry: rethinking the embodied effects of spatial containment in trafficking for sexual exploitation. Cultural Geographies. 555-572 24.4
Russell AM, Bryant L, House A. 2017. Identifying people with a learning disability: an advanced search for general practice. British Journal of General Practice. 842-850 67.665
Shorten A, Smith J. 2017. Mixed methods research: expanding the evidence base. Evidence-based nursing. 74-75 20.3
Smith J, Shields L, Neill S, Darbyshire P. 2017. Losing the child's voice and 'the captive mother': an inevitable legacy of family-centred care?. Evidence-based nursing. 67-69 20.3
Smith T, Swallow V, Stephenson M. 2017. Collaborating to develop an online resource for parents. Nursing Children and Young People. 18-18 29.2
Stones S. 2017. Web review: Your Rheum. Nursing Children and Young People. 16-16 29.4
Stones S. 2017. Web review: Arthur’s Place. Nursing Children and Young People. 16-16 29.4
Stones SR. 2017. Making the Dream a Reality: The Evolving Landscape of Family-Focused Research Inspired by Empowered Patients and Their Families. Journal of Family Nursing. 307-318 23.3
Swallow V. 2017. Parents managing childhood long-term conditions: longitudinal research is needed on online forums as sources of peer-to-peer information. British Journal of Dermatology. 1430-1431 176.6
Swallow VM, Puzantian H, Bronas UG, Krischock L. 2017. Editorial: Insights into Living with Kidney Disease. BioMed Research International Swallow VM; Puzantian H; Bronas UG; Krischock L (eds.). 2017
Twycross A, Smith J. 2017. Undertaking research with children and young people.. Evidence-Based Nursing. 40-41 20.2
Ukuhor HO, Hirst J, Closs SJ, Montelpare WJ. 2017. A Framework for Describing the Influence of Service Organisation and Delivery on Participation in Fetal Anomaly Screening in England. Journal of Pregnancy. 1-13 2017
Ainsworth S, Preston J, Challinor R, Stones S. 2017. GenerationR: Young people improving research across England.
Preston J, Ainsworth S, Challinor R, Stones S. 2017. RAiISE: Raising awareness of invisible illnesses in schools and education.
Preston J, Dicks P, Gaillard S, Nafria B, Ainsworth S, Challinor R, Main S, Stones S. 2017. Empowering young people and families to contribute to paediatric clinical research via the European YPAG network (eYPAGnet).
Stones S. 2017. Self- and shared-management interventions for children of primary school age (4 to 11 years old) with chronic conditions and their families: a review of the literature.
Stones S, Sheridan R, Martin-Kerry J, Preston J, Challinor R, Knapp P. 2017. Changing the way children, adolescents and their families are informed about clinical research through novel multimedia information resources.
Stones SR, Ainsworth S, challinor R, Gamble C, McGowan L, Milnes LJ, Preston J, Swallow V. 2017. Self-management of chronic disease in childhood: the iSMART study.
Darwin ZJ; Galdas P; Hinchcliff S; McGowan L; Littlewood E; McMillan D (2017) Promoting and protecting parents’ mental health through working in partnership: Qualitative interview study with fathers in the postnatal period International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress. Toronto, Canada
Stones S (2017) Shared experience of sitting on a clinical studies group (CSG) as a patient advocate Diabetes UK Clinical Studies Groups Lay and Health Care Professional Member Induction. London, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) The patient will see you now: a new era of empowered people living with health conditions Library and Information Health Network North West (LIHNN) / NW Health Care Libraries Unit (HCLU) Briefing. St Helens, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) Self management of fibromyalgia from a patient perspective 18th EULAR Annual Congress of Rheumatology. Madrid, Spain
Stones S (2017) When personal and professional experiences intersect: the path to success 1st European Patients’ Forum Summer Training Course for Young Patient Advocates. Vienna, Austria
Stones S (2017) Social media and the path to empowerment: We’ve got the power! Carion Fenn Foundation Support Group Meeting. Ajax, ON, Canada
Stones S (2017) What is really bothering my patient? 24th European Paediatric Rheumatology Congress. Athens, Greece
Stones S (2017) Pain is real, but so is hope 16th European Network for Arthritis in Children (ENCA) Conference. Athens, Greece
Stones S (2017) Co-design, Co-produce, Co-deliver: Collaboration is the only viable path to success Translate External Advisory Board Meeting. Leeds, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) Ensuring research really does involve the young person The Health Research Authority (HRA) course on the ethical issues of research involving children. Manchester, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) Paving the way for a brighter future: Opportunities to involve young people in healthcare research across Greater Manchester The University of Manchester’s Child Health Research Network’s workshop on Greater Manchester devolution. Manchester, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) Research – The best treatment I’ve ever had INVOLVE at 21 Conference. London, United Kingdom
Stones S (2017) Breaking barriers, embracing expertise: When patients become people in research 6th Children’s Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland Conference. Dublin, Ireland
Stones S (2017) Social media and the path to health empowerment 6th Children’s Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland Conference. Dublin, Ireland
Stones S (2017) Your voice, your story, your life: You matter NIHR Manchester Clinical Research Facility Young Person’s Advisory Group Meeting. Manchester, United Kingdom
Stones S; Nikiphorou E; Unesi N (2017) The social media revolution: strategies to create and strengthen communication in a digital era 20th EULAR Annual European Conference of PARE. Lisbon, Portugal
Stones S; Wright C (2017) The development of a toolkit for patient, parent and carer representatives involved in shaping clinical and health services research 20th EULAR Annual European Conference of PARE. Lisbon, Portugal
Swallow V; Stones S (2017) Co-creating customised and reliable, home-based digital condition-management apps: a qualitative study involving children with long-term conditions Patient Information Forum Conference, Health Information for Children and Young People. London, United Kingdom
van't Hoff W; Stones S (2017) Patients as partners – transforming the delivery of clinical research in the NHS 2nd Clinical Innovation and Partnering World 2017. London, United Kingdom
Bijlsma J, Caeyers N, de Wit M, Goyens C, Kouloumas M, Mateus E, Opava C, Stones S, Wiek D. 2017. 20th EULAR Annual European Conference of PARE report.

2016

Andersen J, Stones SR, Balážová P, van Nieuwkoop L, Papastavrou T, Caeyers N, Klett F. 2016. EULAR Young PARE: The voice of young people with rheumatic diseases across Europe. 17th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Bedwell C, McGowan L, Maclean G, Lavender T. 2016. Progression: using educational games to enhance partograph skills in midwifery. BJOG-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY
Darwin ZJ, Galdas P, Hinchliff S, McGowan L, Littlewood E, McMillan D, Gilbody S. 2016. ‘I just get on with it’: Fathers’ perceptions of paternal stress in the perinatal period. 35th Annual Conference of the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology
Smith J, Kendal S. 2016. OC07 - Why should parents and health professionals collaborate to manage childhood long-term conditions?. 3rd PNAE congress on Paediatric Nursing
Smith J, Swallow V, Coyne I. 2016. OC06 - Involving parents in their child's care - where next?. 3rd PNAE congress on Paediatric Nursing
Stones SR. 2016. How innovative technologies can support individuals to better self-manage their conditions. 17th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Stones SR. 2016. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis: it's not just an old person's disease. 17th EULAR Annual European Congress of Rheumatology
Vasey J, Smith J, Kirshbaum M, Chirema K. 2016. Tokenism or true partnership - parental involvement in a child's acute pain care. 3rd PNAE Congress on Paediatric Nursing
Antcliff D, Keeley P, Campbell M, Woby S, McGowan L. 2016. Exploring patients’ opinions of activity pacing and a new activity pacing questionnaire for chronic pain and/or fatigue: A qualitative study. Physiotherapy (United Kingdom). 300-307 102.3
Armitage S, Kolehmainen N, Swallow VM. 2016. Promotive Strategies for parenting children with coordination difficulties.. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy (Informa).
Ball K, Swallow V. 2016. Patient experience of cardiac surgery and nursing care: A narrative review. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing. 348-358 11.7
Bate J, Ranasinghe N, Ling R, Preston J, Nightingale R, Denegri S. 2016. Public and patient involvement in paediatric research. Archives of disease in childhood - Education & practice edition. 158-161 101.3
Briscoe L, Lavender DT, Mcgowan L. 2016. What's happening in the world of midwifery research? Two authors summarise their work.. Midwives. 30-31 19.Winter
Briscoe L, Lavender T, McGowan L. 2016. A concept analysis of women's vulnerability during pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2330-2345 72.10
Chudleigh J, Smith J. 2016. Research essentials. Nursing Children and Young People. 14-14 28.1
Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2016. Development of research discourses: a conceptual map. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2030-2041 72.9
Garnett V, Smith J, Ormandy P. 2016. Child-parent shared decision making about asthma management.. Nursing children and young people. 16-22 28.4
Goldthorpe J, Lovell K, Peters S, McGowan L, Aggarwal VRK. 2016. Management of Medically Unexplained Chronic Orofacial Pain: Justification for Behavioural Interventions.. Journal of Sleep Medicine and Disorders. 1038-1044 3.1
Goldthorpe J, Peters S, Lovell K, McGowan L, Aggarwal V. 2016. 'I just wanted someone to tell me it wasn't all in my mind and do something for me': Qualitative exploration of acceptability of a CBT based intervention to manage chronic orofacial pain. British Dental Journal. 459-463 220.9
Graham L, Wright J, Walwyn R, Russell AM, Bryant L, Farrin A, House A. 2016. Measurement of adherence in a randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention: supported self-management for adults with learning disability and type 2 diabetes.. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 16
Gregory J, McGowan L. 2016. An examination of the prevalence of acute pain for hospitalised adult patients: a systematic review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 583-598 25.5-6
Grimshaw P, Mcnichol E, McGowan L. 2016. Building a system-wide approach to community relationships with the findings of a scoping review in health and social care. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 1047-1062 30.7
Huby K, Smith J. 2016. Relevance of social media to nurses and healthcare: 'to tweet or not to tweet'.. Evidence-Based Nursing. 105-106 19.4
Jones J, Topping A, Wattis J, Smith J. 2016. A concept analysis of spirituality in occupational therapy practice. Journal for the Study of Spirituality. 38-57 6.1
Kirk S, Milnes L. 2016. An exploration of how young people and parents use online support in the context of living with cystic fibrosis. Health Expectations. 309-321 19.2
Lavender T, Wakasiaka S, McGowan L, Moraa M, Omari J, Khisa W. 2016. Secrecy inhibits support: A grounded theory of community perspectives of women suffering from obstetric fistula, in Kenya. Midwifery. 54-60 42
McLeish J, Darwin Z, Spiby H, Wilmot H, Green J. 2016. The processes of implementing and sustaining an intensive volunteer one-to-one support (doula) service for disadvantaged pregnant women. Voluntary Sector Review: an international journal of third sector research, policy and practice. 149-167 7.2
Milnes L. 2016. Considerations when costing research grants. Nursing children and young people. 12-12 28.5
Milnes L. 2016. Co-ordinated and individualised transition planning for young people with complex needs. Nursing Children and Young People. 19-19 28.7
Milnes L, Smith J. 2016. Your path to research.. Nursing Standard. 63-63 30.34
Olander EK, Darwin ZJ, Atkinson L, Smith DM, Gardner B. 2016. Beyond the 'teachable moment' - A conceptual analysis of women's perinatal behaviour change. Women and Birth. e67-e71 29.3
Pentin J, Green M, Smith J. 2016. Undertaking safe medicine administration with children: part 1.. Nursing Children and Young People. 35-42 28.6
Pentin J, Green M, Smith J. 2016. Undertaking safe medicine administration with children part 2: essential numeracy.. Nursing children and young people. 37-43 28.7
Russell AM. 2016. The boundaries of belonging: gender, human trafficking and embodied citizenship. Journal of Gender Studies. 318-334 25.3
Smith J, Chudleigh J. 2016. Research essentials. Nursing Children and Young People. 12-12 28.2
Smith J, Granger K. 2016. Effective communicating starts with #hellomynameis. Evidence-Based Nursing. 68-69 19.3
Smith J, Milnes L. 2016. Responding to, and learning from, peer review feedback.. Nursing Children and Young People. 18-18 28.9
Smith J, Milnes LJ. 2016. Social media: the relevance for research.. Evidence-Based Nursing. 99-100 19.4
Smith J, Noble H. 2016. Reviewing the literature: Table 1. Evidence Based Nursing. 2-3 19.1
Spiby H, Mcleish J, Green J, Darwin Z. 2016. ‘The greatest feeling you get, knowing you have made a big difference’: survey findings on the motivation and experiences of trained volunteer doulas in England. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 16
Trice N, Milnes L. 2016. Click. Nursing Children and Young People. 14-14 28.10
Twycross A, Smith J. 2016. Perspectives on current child health issues. Evidence-Based Nursing. 107-109 19.4
Holdich P; Gillibrand W; Rodriguez A (2016) A grounded theory study to explore how people with Type 2 diabetes and healthcare professionals understand and manage decision-making involving risk Diabetes UK Professional Conference 2016. SECC, Glasgow
Preston J; Stones S; Barker L; George E (2016) Exciting things happen when involving young people to promote better research for better healthcare 2nd Annual DPharm Europe Conference. London, United Kingdom
Stones S (2016) Shared experience of consumer involvement on a clinical studies group Diabetes UK Clinical Studies Group Inaugural Chairs’ Forum. London, United Kingdom
Stones S (2016) Patient and public involvement in research – views of young people 8th Conference of the European Paediatric Formulation Initiative. Lisbon, Portugal
Stones S (2016) Using social media to deliver effective and engaging interactions 2nd EULAR Young PARE Conference. Retie, Belgium
Andersen J, Balazova P, Caeyers N, Klett F, Olsder W, Papastavrou T, Stones S, van Nieuwkoop L. 2016. 2nd EULAR Young PARE Conference, ‘Change the Future’ report.
Bijlsma J, Boteva B, Bozhinova S, de Wit M, Kouloumas M, Mateus E, Opava C, Stones S, Wiek D. 2016. 19th EULAR Annual European Conference of PARE report.
Russell L, Alsop R, Bradshaw L, Clisby S, Smith K. 2016. The state of girls rights in the UK 2016.

2015

Iles-Smith H, McGowan L, Campbell M, Mercer C, Deaton C. 2015. A Mixed methods Study Investigating Readmission, Symptom Attribution and Psychological Health in Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PPCI) Patients. BCS annual conference, ‘Hearts and Genes’
Stones SR, Swallow V, Majeed-Aris R, Hall A. 2015. Involvement of children and young people with long-term conditions in the development of mobile app technology to promote disease self-management. EULAR (European League Against Rheumatism) 2015
Stones SR, Wright C. 2015. OP0288-PARE The Top Concerns of Children and Young People Living with JIA. SP0002 Eular Congress 2015
Yorke J, Armstrong I, Deaton C, Campbell M, Pilling M, McGowan L, Sephton P. 2015. Patient rated WHO functional class and psychological distress are strongly associated with dyspnoea in pulmonary hypertension. European Respiratory Journal
Bedwell C, McGowan L, Lavender DT. 2015. Factors affecting midwives׳ confidence in intrapartum care: A phenomenological study. Midwifery. 170-176 31.1
Briscoe L, Lavender T, O'Brien E, Campbell M, McGowan L. 2015. A mixed methods study to explore women and clinician׳s response to pain associated with suturing second degree perineal tears and episiotomies [PRAISE]. Midwifery. 464-472 31.4
Chudleigh J, Smith J. 2015. Research essentials: Understanding the key features of quantitative research and statistical tests. Nursing Children and Young People. 12-12 27.3
Darwin Z, McGowan L, Edozien LC. 2015. Identification of women at risk of depression in pregnancy: using women’s accounts to understand the poor specificity of the Whooley and Arroll case finding questions in clinical practice. Archives of Women's Mental Health.
Essen C, Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2015. Towards an understanding of the dynamic sociomaterial embodiment of interprofessional collaboration. Nursing Inquiry. 210-220 22.3
Galdas P, Darwin ZJ, Fell J, Kidd L, Bower P, Blickem C, McPherson K, Hunt K, Gilbody S, Richardson G. 2015. A systematic review and metaethnography to identify how effective, cost-effective, accessible and acceptable self-management support interventions are for men with long-term conditions (SELF-MAN). Health Services and Delivery Research. 3.34
Hepworth I, McGowan L. 2015. Understanding the Management of People Seeking Voluntary Psychiatric Hospitalization Who Do Not Meet the Criteria for Inpatient Admission: A Qualitative Study of Mental Health Liaison Nurses Working in Accident and Emergency Departments in the North of England. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 26-32 29.1
Iles-Smith H, McGowan L, Campbell M, Mercer C, Deaton C. 2015. A prospective cohort study investigating readmission, symptom attribution and psychological health within six months of primary percutaneous coronary intervention.. Eur J Cardiovasc Nurs. 506-515 14.6
Iles-Smith H, Mcgowan L, Campbell M, Mercer C, Deaton C. 2015. An exploratory prospective cohort study investigating readmission, symptom attribution and psychological health following PPCI. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 14-14 14.Suppl 1
Majeed-Ariss R, Baildam E, Campbell M, Chieng A, Fallon D, Hall A, McDonagh JE, Stones SR, Thomson W, Swallow V. 2015. Apps and adolescents: A systematic review of adolescents' use of mobile phone and tablet apps that support personal management of their chronic or long-term physical conditions. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 17.12
Majeed-Ariss R, Fallon D, McDonagh J, Hall A, Swallow V. 2015. Mobile phone and tablet apps to support young people’s management of their physical long-term conditions: a systematic review protocol. Journal of Medical Internet Research. e40-e40 4.2
Majeed-Ariss R, Hall A, McDonagh JE, Fallon D, Swallow VM. 2015. Smartphone and tablet applications to support young people’s management of their physical long-term condition/s: A systematic review protocol. Journal of Medical Internet Research.
Milnes L. 2015. An introduction to randomised controlled trials for the children’s nurse and novice researchers. Nursing children and young people. 12-12 27.4
Nightingale R, Friedl S, Swallow V. 2015. Parents’ learning needs and preferences when sharing management of their child’s long-term/chronic condition: A systematic review. Patient Education and Counseling.
Noble H, Smith JE. 2015. Issues of validity and reliability in qualitative research. Evidence Based Nursing. 34-35 18.2
Pazandeh F, Huss R, Hirst J, House A, Baghban AA. 2015. An evaluation of the quality of care for women with low risk pregnanacy: The use of evidence-based practice during labour and childbirth in four public hospitals in Tehran. Midwifery. 1045-1053 31.11
Russell AM, House A, Bryant L, Farrin A, Graham L, Walwyn R. 2015. Reducing health inequities in diabetes care: the OK-Diabetes project. JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH IN INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. 58-58 28.1
Russell AM, House A, Bryant L, Farrin A, Walwyn R, Wright-Hughes A. 2015. Improving the supported self-management of Type 2 diabetes for adults with learning disabilities: the OK: Diabetes project. DIABETIC MEDICINE. 142-142 32
Smith J. 2015. Parent-professional collaboration when a child presents with potential shunt malfunction. Nursing Children and Young People. 22-27 27.1
Smith J. 2015. Nurses should be open with parents about range of resources available. Nursing Children and Young People. 13-13 27.1
Smith J, Cheater F, Bekker H. 2015. Parents' experiences of living with a child with hydrocephalus: A cross-sectional interview-based study. Health Expectations. 1709-1720 18.5
Smith J, Cheater F, Bekker H, Chatwin J. 2015. Are parents and professionals making shared decisions about a child's care on presentation of a suspected shunt malfunction: a mixed method study?. Health Expectations. 1299-1315 18.5
Smith J, Cheater FM, Bekker HL. 2015. Parents’ experiences of living with a child with a long-term condition: a rapid structured review of the literature. Health Expectations. 452-474 18.4
Smith J, Swallow V, Coyne I. 2015. Involving Parents in Managing Their Child's Long-Term Condition—A Concept Synthesis of Family-Centered Care and Partnership-in-Care. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 143-159 30.1
Smith JE, Chudleigh J. 2015. Research essentials: An introduction to qualitative research for the novice children’s nurse. Nursing Children and Young People. 14-14 27.2
Swallow V. 2015. Special issue on children, young people, and families living with long-term conditions. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 1-3 30.1
Swallow V, Smith T, Webb NJA, Wirz L, Qizalbash L, Brennan E, Birch A, Sinha MD, Krischock L, van der Voort J, King D, Lambert H, Milford DV, Crowther L, Saleem M, Lunn A, Williams J. 2015. Distributed expertise: Qualitative study of a British network of multidisciplinary teams supporting parents of children with chronic kidney disease. Child: Care, Health and Development. 67-75 41.1
Swallow VM. 2015. Supporting parents to manage chronic childhood conditions at home: results of a feasibility randomised controlled trial of a new interactive health communication application.. Archives of Disease in Childhood Webb NJ; Smith T (eds.). A202-A202 100.G475
Swallow VM, Nightingale R, Sinha M. 2015. Working with parents and health-care professionals to design, develop and pre-pilot the parent learning needs and preferences assessment tool: the plant study.. Archives of Disease in Childhood. A17-A18 100
Swallow VM, Smith T, Carolan I. 2015. Promoting personal and family management of long-term conditions: Children and young people's views on desirable components for an interactive health communication application (IHCA). European Journal of Paediatric Neurology. S93-S93 19.Supplement 1
Twycross A, Smith J. 2015. Shape of caring review: impact for children's nursing education. Evidence Based Nursing. 105-106 18.4
Vaughan J, Boduszek D, Rodriguez A. 2015. Factors influencing subject selection in upper secondary education (Key Stage 4) for males and females in England. Current Issues in Personality Psychology. 166-174 3
Walwyn REA, Russell AM, Bryant LD, Farrin AJ, Wright-Hughes AM, Graham EH, Hulme C, O'Dwyer JL, Latchford GJ, Stansfield AJ, Nagi D, Ajjan RA, House AO. 2015. Supported self-management for adults with type 2 diabetes and a learning disability (OK-Diabetes): study protocol for a randomised controlled feasibility trial. Trials. 16
Brooks J; Bravington A; Rodriguez A; Percy-Smith B; King N (2015) Using an asset-based approach to explore the benefits of involvement in community-centred initiatives Qualitative Methods in Psychology (QMiP) Conference 2015. Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
Majeed-ARiss R; Fallon D; Swallow V; Hall A; McDonagh J; Stones S (2015) Health theory in mobile technology apps supporting young people’s long-term condition/s management: a systematic review 29th Conference of the European Society of Health Psychology. Limassol, Cyprus
Smith JE; Swallow V; Coyne I (2015) A concept synthesis of family-centred care and partnership-in-care International Family Nursing Conference. Odense, Denmark
Smith JE; Swallow V; Fenton G; Coyne I (2015) Implementing and evaluating models of family centred care or children with long term conditions - where next? RCPCH/ Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Children and Young People International Conference. Birmingham
Swallow V; Stones S (2015) Health professionals and patients as co- researchers: dream or reality? 1st Leeds Children’s Hospital Conference. Leeds, United Kingdom
Swallow V; Stones S; Majeed-Ariss R (2015) Nurses and patients as co-researchers: dream or reality? 2nd Biennial Nursing Scholarship Conference of Sigma Theta Tau International: Phi Mu Chapter. Leeds, United Kingdom
Darwin ZJ, Galdas P, Hinchliff S. 2015. Fathers’ mental health and wellbeing during and after pregnancy: A White Rose Collaboration in Gender and Perinatal Mental Health. A report of a roundtable event held on 11th September 2015, University of Leeds.. In: Fathers’ mental health and wellbeing during and after pregnancy: A White Rose Collaboration in Gender and Perinatal Mental Health. A report of a roundtable event held on 11th September 2015, Universit.
Spiby H, Green JM, Darwin ZJ, Wilmot H, Knox D, McLeish J, Smith M. 2015. Multisite implementation of trained volunteer doula support for disadvantaged childbearing women: a mixed-methods evaluation.
Swallow V, Baildam E, Chieng A, Douglas S, Foster H, Hall A, McDonagh J, Stones S, Thomson W, Wyllie R. 2015. Fostering a Manchester-based, interdisciplinary research programme on mobile technologies for young people with long-term conditions to promote optimum disease management.

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Miller J, Chalmers H, Swallow V. 2004. Consultancy and collaboration for customised education. In: Swallow V; Chalmers H; Miller J (eds.) Partnerships in Work Based Learning.
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Bewick BM, Trusler KL, Barkham M, Hill AJ, Cahill JL. 2006. Systematic review of web-based interventions designed to decrease alchohol consumption and/or prevent alcohol abuse. The 34th International Medical Advisory Group Conference
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