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Young, P., Lockyer, L. and Fear, T. (2012) A learning programme for your care home : Report of evaluation. Project Report. University of the West of England.
Nani, M., Caleb-Solly, P., Dogramadzi, S., Fear, T. and van den Heuvel, H. (2010) MOBISERV: An integrated intelligent home environment for the provision of health, nutrition and mobility services to the elderly. In: 4th Companion Robotics Workshop in Brussels, Brussels, 30th September 2010.
Fear, T. (2009) Changing cultures: Partnership working through a care home learning network. In: Froggatt, K., Davies, S. and Meyer, J., eds. (2009) Understanding Care Homes - A Research and Development Perspective. : Jessica Kingsley, pp. 177-200. ISBN 978-1-84310-553-4
Fear, T. and Boddy, G. (2009) Older people's experiences: social context and contemporary social policy. In: Hudson, A. and Moore, L., eds. (2009) Caring for Older People in the Community. Chichester : Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 27-60. ISBN 978-0470 518045
Fear, T. and Lockyer, L. (2007) Does knowledge and attitudes of care staff promote or inhibit the use of advance care plans in care homes for older people. Project Report. University of the West of England.
de Renzie-Brett, H. and Fear, T. (2007) Developing interprofessional working in primary care. Practice Development in Health Care, 6 (2). 07-118. ISSN 1475-9861
Evans, S., Fear, T., Means, R. and Vallelly, S. (2007) Supporting independence for people with dementia in extra care housing. Dementia, 6 (1). pp. 144-150. ISSN 1471-3012
Fear, T. (2006) A care home learning network: Partnership working. In: RCN Enhancing Practice, Heriot-Watt University, UK, 18th September, 2006.
Fear, T. (2006) An exploration of attitudes towards and perceptions of nursing home placements for pre-registration nurses. In: British Society of Gerotology, Bangor, 7th September, 2006.
Means, R., Evans, S., Fear, T. and Vallelly, S. (2006) A home for life? Extra care sheltered housing and people with dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 14 (4). p. 36. ISSN 1351-8372
Fear, T. (2006) Evaluating the care home learning network. In: OPeRA, University of Plymouth Taunton, UK, 4th July, 2006.
Means, R., Evans, S. and Fear, T. (2006) How risky? The views of relatives and professionals on extra care housing for people with dementia. In: RC11 (Sociology of Ageing), International Sociological Association, Durban, South Africa, 23rd July, 2006.
Fear, T. (2006) A care home learning network. In: Changing Times in social care , BAWA Bristol, 29th July, 2006.
Vallelly, S., Evans, S., Fear, T. and Means, R. (2006) Opening doors to independence. Project Report. Housing 21.
Fear, T. (2006) A care home learning network. Care Learning (4).
Ruscoe, D. and Fear, T. (2005) A Toolkit: The essential resource for general practice nursing. Practice Nurse. ISSN 0953-6612
Wild, D., Fear, T. and Means, R. (2005) Using a scoping exercise to guide the development of a care home learning network. Nursing Older People, 17 (4). pp. 20-23. ISSN 1472-0795
Fear, T. (2005) Involving people with dementia in projects and service development. Project Report. University of the West of England, Bristol.
Cheeseley, A., Fear, T. and De Renzie-Brett, H. (2004) Provision of intermediate care by the independent sector. Journal of Community Nursing, 18 (11). pp. 4-7.
Fear, T., Carlton, N., Heywood, F., Izuhara, M., Pannell, J. and Means, R. (2004) Home or hell: Older tenants' experiences in the private rented sector. Journal of Adult Protection, 6 (2). pp. 15-20. ISSN 1466-8203
Carlton, N., Fear, T. and Means, R. (2004) Responding to the harrassment and abuse of older people in the private rented sector: Legal and social perspectives. Journal of Social Welfare & Family Law, 26 (2). pp. 131-145. ISSN 0964-9069
Evans, S., Means, R., Fear, T. and Vallelly, S. (2004) From institutional care to independent living. In: Alzheimer's Europe, Prague, 20 May 2004.
Fear, T. (2004) Community Placements for Pre-registration Nurses. Journal of Community Nursing , 18 (5). pp. 32-34.
Cheesley, A. m., Fear, T. and De Renzie-Brett, H. (2003) Provision of Intermediate care Sevices in the Independent Sector. In: RCN 6th European Nursing Older People Conference, Torquay, 22 October 2003.
Fear, T. (2003) A Book Review of Bonnie J. Wallace R.B. (2003) Elder Mistreatment: Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation in an Ageing America. Generations Review The Journal of British Society of Gerontology (3).
Carlton, N., Heywood, F., Izuhara, M., Pannell, J., Fear, T. and Means, R. (2003) The harassment and abuse of older people in the private rented sector. Bristol: Policy Press. ISBN 9781861344588
Fear, T. (2001) Jelliatrics: An ageist approach? Generations Review. p. 24. ISSN 0965-2000
Fear, T. (2000) Dilemmas in addressing quality of life issues for older people in health and social care professional education and training. In: Old Age in a New Age, Oxford Brooks University, UK, 8th September, 2000.
Fear, T. (2000) Male or female carers: Differences and similarities. The Journal of Dementia Care, 8 (4). p. 28.
Fear, T. (2000) A flexible approach to confronting the abuse of older people. Project Report. University of the West of England.
Fear, T. (1999) Confronting the abuse of older people: Training issues. In: IV European Congress of Gerontology, Berlin, Germany, 7th July, 1999.
Fear, T. (1999) Training is the key to confronting abuse. In: IV European Congress of Gerontology, Berlin, Germany, 7th July, 1999.
Fear, T. (1997) Elder power. In: British Society of Gerontology: Elder Power Conference, UK, September, 1997.
Fear, T. (1997) Defining elder abuse. In: Elder Abuse Conference, May, 1997.
Fear, T. (1995) Caring for confused people: Women's coping strategies. In: British Sociological Association, , November, 1995.
Fear, T. (1994) Factors Affecting Change: Students' Experiences in the Community. In: national Tutors Conference, , 1 September 1994.
Fear, T. and Hek, G. (1994) Student Nurses Role in the Commuinity: adult branch experience. In: Community tutors Conference, Worceter, UK, 1 January 1994.
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