Ward, N (2011), Care Ethics and Carers with Learning Disabilities: A Challenge to Dependence and Paternalism, Ethics and Social Welfare, Vol 5, No 2, pp 168-180.
Mason, P., Hughes, N., Hek, R., Spalek, B., Ward, N. J. and Norman, A. (2009) ‘Access to Justice: evidence of the experiences of minority groups based on ethnicity, identity and sexuality’, London: Ministry of Justice.
Holman, A. Rank, E., Ward, N. J. and West, R. (2009) ‘Sharing the Caring: finding out about the support for carers for people with learning disabilities' (pdf, 550KB, opens in new window) London: PRTC and Crossroads.
Ward, N. J. (2009) ‘Social Exclusion, Social Identity and Social Work: defining social exclusion from a material discursive perspective’ Journal of Social Work Education, Vol 28 no 3
Ward, N. J. (2008) ‘Multi Agency Working and Partnership in services for Adults with Learning Disabilities’ in Morris, K. (ed) ‘Social Work and Multi Agency Working – Challenges and Opportunities’, Bristol: Policy Press
Ward, N. J. (2007) Book Review ‘Effective Learning and Teaching in Social Policy and Social Work, Burgess and Taylor (eds)’ in Social Work Education, Vol 26 no 4, June 2007 pp 428-430
Ward, N. J. (2007) Book Review ‘the Twilight of Equality? Neoliberalism, cultural politics and the attack on democracy, Lisa Duggan’, in Equal Opportunities International Vol 26 No 5 pp512-514
Ward, N. J. (2005) 'Social Exclusion and Mental Wellbeing: Lesbian Experiences', PhD Thesis, University of Birmingham.
Brannelly, P. Ward, N., and Waterson, J. (2001) Graduate Teaching Assistant Mentoring and Development Project: Report to Staff Development Unit, University of Birmingham.
Brannelly, P. Ward, N., and Waterson, J. (2001) Graduate Teaching Assistant Mentoring and Development Project. Report 2 Planning a Social Science Specific GTA training and mentoring programme. Unpublished report. School of Social Sciences, University of Birmingham.