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Newbigging, K (in press) Mainstreaming gender equity to improve women's mental health: lessons from England in Sánchez-López, MP The Psychology of Gender and Health. San Diego: Elsevier.
Ridley, J, De la Haye, Sadd, J, Newbigging, K & Machin, K (in press) Advocacy in Essentials of Mental Health. London: Sage.
Fleischmann, P., Machin, K., McKeown, M., Ridley, J., Newbigging, K. & Sadd, J. (2015). Promoting the use of Independent Mental Health Advocates. Nursing Times, 111 (45): 22-24
Machin, K and Newbigging, K (in press), Advocacy - a stepping stone to recovery. ImRoC/Centre for Mental Health/NHS Confederation (available via ImROC website).
Newbigging, K, Ridley, J, McKeown, M, Machin, K, and Poursanidou, K (2015), 'When you haven't got much of a voice': An evaluation of the quality of Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) services in England. Health and social care in the community, 23(3), 313-324.
Newbigging, K, Ridley, J, McKeown, M, Sadd, J, Machin, K, De la Haye, S, Able, L and Poursanidou, K (2015) Independent mental health advocacy: The Right to be Heard - Context, Values and Good Practice, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Newbigging, K. (2015). Mainstreaming Gender Equity in Health: Possibilities and Pitfalls for Policy and Practice. Annals of the Global Health Equity Foundation 2015. Available at: http://ghef.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/GHEFAnnalsWeb2015.pdf.
McKeown, M., Ridley, J., Newbigging, K., Machin, K., Poursanidou, K. and Cruse, K. (2014) Conflict of roles: A conflict of ideas? The unsettled relations between care team staff and independent mental health advocates. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, DOI: 10.1111/inm.12069.
Heginbotham, C. & Newbigging, K. (2013). Commissioning Health and Wellbeing. London: Sage.
Newbigging, K, McKeown, M and French, B (2013). Mental health advocacy and African and Caribbean men: good practice principles and organisational models for delivery. Health Expectations, 16(1), 80-104.
Newbigging, K., Ridley, J., McKeown, M., Machin, K., Poursanidou, K. (2012). The Right to be Heard. Review of Independent Mental Health Advocate Services in England. Preston: UCLan.
Newbigging, K., Roy, A., McKeown, M., French, B. & Habte-Mariam, Z. (2012). Involving ethnically diverse service users in the research process: alliances and action. in Beresford, P. & Carr, S. Social Care, Service Users and User Involvement: Building on Research. Jessica Kingsley Research Highlight series.
Roy, A. & Newbigging, K. (2011). Supporting the independence and well-being of adults through a universal service: diversity, difference and proportionate universalism. Diversity in Health and Social Care, 8 (2), 71-80.
Newbigging, K. & Thomas, N. (2011). Good Practice in Social Care for Refugee and Asylum-seeking Children. Child Abuse Review, DOI: 10.1002/car.1178.
Newbigging, K. & Thomas, N. (2010). Good practice in social care for asylum seekers and refugees. A Resource Guide. London: Social Care Institute for Excellence. http://www.scie.org.uk/publications/guides/guide37/about.asp.
Newbigging, K. & Bola, M. (2010). Mental well-being and black and minority ethnic communities: conceptual and practical issues. In McCulloch, A. & Goldie, I. (eds). Public Mental Health Handbook. Brighton. Pavilion Publishing.
Knifton, L., Gervais, M., Newbigging, K., Mirza, N., Quinn, N., Wilson, N., & Hunkins-Hutchison, E. (2010), Community conversation: addressing mental health stigma with ethnic minority communities, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 497-505.
Newbigging, K. & Paul, J. (2010). "Building on or building in? The contribution of policy and the law to women's mental health," in Oxford Textbook of Women's Mental Health, D. Kohen, ed., Oxford University Press, Oxford.
El Ansari W, Newbigging K, Roth C, Malik F. (2009). The Role of Advocacy and Interpretation Services in the Delivery of Quality Health Care to Diverse Minority Communities in London, UK. Health & Social Care in the Community, 17 (6), 636-646.