Items where Author is "Bell, Linda"
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Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Bell, Linda (2015) Situating ethics and values in social work practice. In: Ethics and values in social work practice. Bell, Linda and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish, eds. McGraw-Hill, pp. 1-14. ISBN 9780335245291 (In Press)
Bell, Linda and Clancy, Carmel (2013) Postgraduate students learning about research: exploring the attitudes of social work and mental health students in an English university setting. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 16 (2). pp. 37-50. ISSN 0953-5225
Foster, John and Bell, Linda and Jayasinghe, Neil (2013) Care control and collaborative working in a prison hospital. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 27 (2). pp. 184-190. ISSN 1356-1820
Bell, Linda (2012) Researching care, family and neighbourhood in Tehran, Iran. In: Critical approaches to care: understanding caring relations, identities and cultures. Rogers, Chrissie and Weller, Susie, eds. Relationships and Resources . Routledge. ISBN 9780415613293
Villadsen, Aase and Allain, Lucille and Bell, Linda and Hingley-Jones, Helen (2012) The use of role-play and drama in interprofessional education: an evaluation of a workshop with social work, midwifery, early years and medical students. Social Work Education, 31 (1). pp. 75-89. ISSN 0261-5479
Miller, Tina and Bell, Linda (2012) Consenting to what? Issues of access, gatekeeping and ‘informed’ consent. In: Ethics in qualitative research. Miller, Tina and Birch, Maxine and Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie, eds. Sage, London, pp. 61-75. ISBN 9781446210895
Miller, Tina and Bell, Linda (2012) Consenting to what? issues of access, gate-keeping and informed consent. 2nd ed. In: Ethics in qualitative research. Miller, Tina and Birch, Maxine and Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie, eds. Sage, London, pp. 61-75. ISBN 9781446210888
Bell, Linda and Nutt, Linda (2012) Divided loyalties, divided expectations: research ethics, professional and occupational responsibilities. 2nd revised ed. In: Ethics in Qualitative Research. Miller, Tina and Birch, Maxine and Mauthner, Melanie and Jessop, Julie, eds. Sage, London, pp. 76-93. ISBN 9781446210895
Bell, Linda (2012) Public and private meanings in diaries: researching family and childcare. In: SAGE biographical research. Goodwin, John, ed. SAGE Library of Research Methods, 3 . Sage, London/ Thousand Oaks. ISBN 9781446246917
Bell, Linda and Allain, Lucille (2010) Exploring professional stereotypes and learning for inter-professional practice: an example from UK qualifying level social work education. Social Work Education, 30 (3). pp. 266-280. ISSN 0261-5479
Hingley-Jones, Helen and Bell, Linda and Allain, Lucille (2009) Developing interprofessional learning opportunities for social work, midwifery and early years. In: The Dynamics of Difference: Making it Work, 01 Jul 2009, London, UK.
Allain, Lucille and Villadsen, Aase and Bell, Linda and Hingley-Jones, Helen (2009) Interprofessional learning using role play: engaging early years students and medical students, midwifery & social work students. In: European Interprofessional Education Network (EIPEN) 2nd international conference, 17-18 Sep 2009, Oulu, Finland.
Foster, John and Jayasinghe, Neil and Bell, Linda and Rowley, David (2008) A ‘very good’ nurse-led prison hospital wing: a case study. Project Report. Middlesex University.
Bell, Linda (2008) Practising knowledge: academic- practitioners’ narratives of career and identity. In: Dilemmas of identity, new public management & governance. Berg, Elizabeth and Barry, Jim and Piippola, Saila and Chandler, John, eds. Lulea University of Technology, Dept of Human Work Sciences, Sweden: Lulea, pp. 43-48. ISBN 1402 1528
Caldwell, Kay and Coleman, Kate and Copp, Gina and Bell, Linda and Ghazi, Fery (2007) Preparing for professional practice: how well does professional training equip health and social care practitioners to engage in evidence-based practice? Nurse Education Today, 27 (6). pp. 518-528. ISSN 0260-6917
Bell, Linda and Birch, Maxine (2007) Interweaving academic and professional power in higher education. In: Power, knowledge and the academy: the institutional is political. Gillies, Val and Lucey, Helen, eds. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, pp. 70-87. ISBN 9781403998170
Wright, Maureen and Bell, Linda (2007) Neurasthenia, depression and traditional Chinese medicine: is an understanding of their relationship important for practicing traditional Chinese medicine in the United Kingdom? Journal of Health, Social and Environmental Issues, 8 (2). pp. 35-42. ISSN 1478-5692
Mauthner, Melanie and Bell, Linda (2007) Power relationships in research teams. In: Power, knowledge and the academy: the institutional is political. Gillies, Val and Lucey, Helen, eds. Palgrave MacMillan, Basingstoke, pp. 88-104. ISBN 9781403998170
Bell, Linda (2007) Training managers constructing their identities in English health and care agencies. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 26 (4). pp. 287-304. ISSN 2040-7149
Bell, Linda (2006) I'm a great networker: exploring the activities of male and female training managers in English public sector health and social care agencies. In: EURAM (European Academy of Management) International Conference 2006, 17th - 20th May 2006, Oslo, Norway.
Bell, Linda (2004) Whose agenda: involving service users or patients in health or social care research. In: Dilemmas facing the public sector:issues for professionals, managers and users. Chandler, John and Barry, Jim, eds. East London Business School working paper series . University of East London, London.
Bell, Celia M. and Bell, Linda and Chevallier, A. and Adams, Ray G. (2003) Herbal treatment for osteoarthritis: a pilot study investigating outcomes. In: 10th Annual Symposium on Complementary Health Care, 21-22 November 2003, London, UK.
Bell, Linda (2003) Time to train, time to care? Reflections on aspects of time and training in health and social care agencies. In: Dilemnas for human services, 7th inernational conference: A Post NPM World? Ethics and Risk in a Changing Environment, September 2003, Staffordshire University.
Bryan, Karen and Axelrod, Lesley and Maxim, Jane and Bell, Linda and Jordan, Lesley (2002) Working with older people with communication difficulties: an evaluation of care worker training. Aging and mental health, 6 (3). pp. 248-254. ISSN 1360-7863
Bell, Linda and Nutt, Linda (2002) Divided loyalties, divided expectations: research ethics, professional and occupational responsibilities. In: Ethics in qualitative research. Mauthner, Melanie and Birch, Maxine and Jessop, J. and Miller, T., eds. Sage, London, pp. 70-90. ISBN 0761973087
Whittington, Colin and Bell, Linda (2001) Learning for interprofessional and inter-agency practice in the new social work curriculum: evidence from an earlier research study. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 15 (2). pp. 153-169. ISSN 1356-1820
Maxim, Jane and Bryan, Karen and Axelrod, Lesley and Jordan, Lesley and Bell, Linda (2001) Speech and language therapists as trainers: enabling care staff working with older people. International Journal of Language & Communication disorders, 36 (S1). pp. 194-199. ISSN 1368-2822
Bell, Linda and Bell, Celia M. and Chevallier, A. and McDermott, A. and Adams, Ray G. (1999) Herbalism and Osteoarthritis; methodological aspects of a small research study investigating herbal treatment outcomes, patient and practitioner viewpoints. In: British Sociological Association, Medical Sociology Group Conference, 24-26 September 1999, York, UK.
Bell, Linda (1997) Public and private meanings in diaries: researching family and childcare. In: Feminist Dilemmas in Qualitative Research: public knowledge & private lives. Ribbens, Jane and Edwards, Rosalind, eds. Sage, London, pp. 72-86. ISBN 0761956646
Bell, Linda (1995) Just a token commitment? Women's involvement in a local babysitting circle. Women's Studies International Forum, 18 (3). pp. 325-336. ISSN 0277-5395
Bell, Linda and Ribbens, Jane (1994) Isolated housewives and complex maternal worlds: the significance of social contacts between women with young children in industrial societies. Sociological review, 42 (2). pp. 227-262. ISSN 0038-0261