The following are publications written or contributed to by staff from the Institute of Applied Social Studies/Health Services Management Centre, on the theme of 'participatory research'.
Farrow, K (2014) Involving Service Users in Social Work Management Education: What makes it meaningful according to the 'experts'? Social Work Education: The International Journal, DOI: 10.1080/02615479.2013.877127.
Tanner, D (2012), Co-research with older people with dementia: experience and reflections. Journal of Mental Health.
Goodson, L. & Phillimore, J. (2012) Community research for community participation: from theory to method. Bristol: Policy Press.
Tew J, Holley, T and Caplen, P (2012) 'Dialogue and challenge: Involving service users and carers in small group learning with social work and nursing students’. Social Work Education, Vol 31, No 3 pp316-330
Farrow, K and Fillingham, J (2011), Promises and Pitfalls: Involving service users and carers in social work manager education, Social Work Education.
Goodson, L. & Phillimore, J. (2010) A community research methodology: working with new migrants to develop a policy related evidence base. Social Policy and Society 9 (4).
Matka, E, River, D, Littlechild, R and Powell, T (2010), Involving service users and carers in assessing applicants for courses in Social Work and Clinical Psychology: Issues and implications. British Journal of Social Work, 40(7) pp 2137-2154.
Tew, J, Gould, N, Abankwa, D, Barnes, H, Beresford, P, Carr, S, Copperman, J, Ramon, S, Rose, D, Sweeney, A and Woodward, L (2006), Values and methodologies for social research in mental health, Policy Press: Social Care Institute for Excellence.