Schaub, J., Willis, P. and Dunk-West, P. (2017) Accounting for self, sex and sexuality in UK social workers' knowledge base: an exploratory study. British Journal of Social Work. 47(2), pp: 427-446
Schaub, J. (2015) Service Improvement as an Experiential Tool for Postgraduate Students and Service Providers. Nursing Management. 22 (4), 24-26.
Schaub, J. (2015) Issues for Men’s Progression on English Honours and Postgraduate Degree Courses in Social Work. Social Work Education: The International Journal. 34 (3), 315-327.
Dibley, L., Norton, C., Schaub, J. & Bassett, P. (2014) Experiences of gay and lesbian patients with inflammatory bowel disease: a mixed methods study. Gastrointestinal Nursing. 12 (6), pp. 19-30.
Finch, J., Schaub, J. & Dalrymple, R. (2014) Projective Identification and the Fear of Failing: Making sense of practice educators’ emotional experiences of failing social work students in practice learning settings. Journal of Social Work Practice. 28(2), pp. 139-154.
Schaub, J. & Dalrymple, R., (2013). Surveillance and Silence: new considerations in assessing difficult social work placements. Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 11(3), pp.79–97.
Dibley, L., Norton, C. & Schaub, J. (2013) N010 Coming out about IBD: transferable skills from the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) population in the UK. Journal of Crohn’s and Colitis, 7 (1), pp. S300.
Willis, P., Schaub, J. and Brown, H.C. (2017) Editorial: Sexualities and Social Work in the Contemporary World. British Journal of Social Work. 48 (6), 2163-2172.
Schaub, J., Smith, F., Bridges, L., Addis, G., and Griffiths, L. (2015) FutureCare: A training needs analysis of the ‘out of hospital’ workforce across Thames Valley. Oxford: Health Education Thames Valley. Available at: https://hee.nhs.uk/printpdf/hee-your-area/thames-valley/news-events/thames-valley-news/reporting-out-hospital-workforce-across-thames-valley
Procter, S., Martin, C., Clerk, G., Bates, C., Schaub, J., Dalphinis, J., Christou, R., and Nakisa, M. (2015) Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Learning and Improvement Framework: Interim report. London: CWHHE.
Finch, J. & Schaub, J. (2014) Projective Identification and Unconscious Defences Against Anxiety: The example of social work education, practice learning and the fear of failure. Chap. 19 In D. Armstrong and M. Rustin (eds.) Social Defences against Anxiety: Explorations in the Paradigm. London: Karnac, pp. 300-314
Schaub, J (2013) Vulnerability in the Community. Chap. 20 In D. Sines, S. Aldridge-Bent, A. Fanning, P. Farrelly, K. Potter and J. Wright (eds.) Community and Public Health Nursing. 5th ed. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 271-284.
Schaub, J., Wormell, L., Mwai, I., Chigome, N. (2013) High Risk, Harder to Reach Young People Protocol: An audit into the effectiveness and use by practitioners and managers within Buckinghamshire. Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children’s Board.
Schaub, J. (2013) I don’t like the idea of a nasty social worker – do you? The Conversation UK [online]. 9 July. Available at: https://theconversation.com/i-dont-like-the-idea-of-a-nasty-social-worker-do-you-15861
Schaub, J & Dalrymple, R., (2011). “She didn’t seem like a social worker”: Practice Educators’ experiences and perceptions of assessing failing social work students on placement. SWAP Research Report. Available at: http://www.swapbox.ac.uk/1151/ .
Greenfields, M., Schaub, J. & Wager, N., (2010). BME children subject to a child protection plan or who are looked after (2006-2010): An evaluation on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council. Aylesbury: Buckinghamshire County Council.
Whitehouse, J., Schaub, J. & Milton, M. (2006) Drug and alcohol misuse within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender/Transsexual communities
. Community Engagement Project: Department of Health substance misuse programme