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Article

Bessell, A., Dures, E., Semple, C. and Jackson, S. (2012) The need to address appearance-related distress across clinical conditions: How can healthcare teams support patients? British Journal of Nursing , 21 (19). pp. 1138-1143. ISSN 0966-0461

Jackson, S., Harrad, R. A., Morris, M. and Rumsey, N. (2006) The psychosocial benefits of corrective surgery for adults with strabismus. British Journal of Ophthalmology, 90 (7). pp. 883-888. ISSN 0007-1161

Book Section

Brine, J. (2011) Welfare to work: training, benefits, un/employment and social justice. In: Jackson, S., ed. (2011) Lifelong learning and social justice: communities, work and identities in a globalised world. Leicester: NIACE. ISBN 9781862014541

Conference or Workshop Item

Morris, M. and Jackson, S. (2008) 'To be heard and understood is all we need!' The psychological impact of a pituitary condition. In: Pituitary Foundation Meeting, Cardiff, October 2008.

Jackson, S., Rumsey, N., Morris, M. and Harrad, R. (2008) Assessing the long-term benefits of surgical intervention in adults with strabismus. In: DHP/EHPS Conference, Bath, UK, 9-12 September 2008.

Morris, M., Hancock, J., Donovan, L. and Jackson, S. (2008) Evaluating the implementation of new Health Trainer Role. In: DHP/EHPS Conference, Bath, 9-12 September 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Lilley, K. and Johnson, A. (2008) Surgical management of morbid obesity: the case for psychological involvement. In: DHP/EHPS Conference, Bath, UK, 9-12 September 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Lilley, K. and Johnson, A. (2008) The psychological status of morbidly obese patients. In: Appearance Matters 3, Bristol, UK, 1-2 July 2008.

Morris, M., Jackson, S., Davis, A. and Johnson, A. (2008) Bariatric surgery: the last resort in the management of obesity for people with type 2 diabetes? In: American Diabetes Association Conference, San Fransisco, USA, 6-10 June 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Lilley, K. and Johnson, A. (2008) Type 2 diabetes and morbid obesity: A double helping of depression? In: American Diabetes Association Conference, San Fransisco, USA, 6-10 June 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Donovan, L. and Hancock, J. (2008) Utilising mixed methodology to understand the learning process and issues of subsequent empoyability in a new role for the NHS. In: ESCalate Conference - the Teaching-Research Interface: Implications for practice in HE & FE, Stirling University, 29-30 April 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Donovan, L., Hancock, J., Parker, W. and Field, N. (2008) We need to work together: Evaulating the impact of a Health Trainers education programme on subsequent employability. In: UKPHA 16th Annual Conference, Liverpool, 1-2 April 2008.

Jackson, S., Morris, M., Donovan, L., Hancock, J., Parker, W. and Field, N. (2008) What's in a name? 'Behaviour' versus 'Self-investment'. In: UKPHA 16th Annual Conference, Liverpool, 1-2 April 2008.

Morris, M., Jackson, S. and Ashley, K. (2008) Join the dots: devising a supported self-help strategy to help pituitary patients integrate their medical care. In: 8th Annual Integrated Care Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden, 6-7 March 2008.

Morris, M., Jackson, S., Davis, A., Gunary, R. and Johnson, A. (2008) A magic wand? Emergent themes in an analysis of interview data on the expecations of morbidly obese patients with Type 2 diabetes seeking gastric banding surgery. In: Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference, SECC Glasgow, Scotland, 5-7 March 2008.

Jackson, S., Donovan, L., Hancock, J. and Morris, M. (2008) Evaluation of the new Health Trainer Role. In: Professional and Workforce Development Conference, UWE, Bristol.

Morris, M., Jackson, S., Parker, W., Hopkinson, C., Hancock, J. and Donovan, L. (2006) The paradigm shift: Training a diverse group of non-professionals to deliver behaviour change with clients. In: UKBSM Annual Conference, Cambridge, UK, 6th December, 2006.

Gwilt, A., Jackson, S. and Hancock, J. (2006) Pilot study to evaluate the feasibility of undertaking a research project to investigate the benefits of using nutritional snacks with elderly mentally ill in-patients. In: British Dietetic Association Conference, London, UK, 13th November, 2006.

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