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(2016) Better Safe than Sorry (Print headline) Online: ‘Safety is more important than privacy’ Times Higher Education, 28 April

(2016) ‘The op. cit. effect’, Times Higher Education, 14 January, p.32

(2014) ‘Risk Management’, Times Higher Education, 3 July, p.26

(2014) ‘What made you choose blue? On becoming more “awkward”’, Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, Vol. 15, 1: 3 – 9

(2008) with Clarke, K. ‘A phenomenological study into unseen chronic pain’, British Journal of Nursing, 17(10) 658-663

(2007) with Corrin, A. ‘Advancing the profession of hypnotherapy’, European
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(2007) with Krayer, A. & Ingledew, D. ‘Social comparison and body image in
adolescence: a grounded theory approach’, Health Education Research,
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(2007) with West, E. & Griffith, W. ‘British and American FNS Nurses (1950s –
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(2007) with Clarke, K. ‘Accepting pain management or seeking pain cure – an
exploration of patients’ attitudes to chronic pain’, Pain Management Nursing, Vol. 8, No 2 (June), 2007: pp 102-110

(2007) with Sims, J. and Kristian, M R ‘Profile of secondary care attendees with identified alcohol misuse problems’, Drugs and Alcohol Today, Vol. 7 Issue 1,
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