Publications

 

2017

Byrne, B. (2017) Reconciling Sameness and Difference in Disability Rights Ideology: The case of student identity, in G. Quinn and C. O’Mahony (eds) The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Comparative, Regional and Thematic Perspectives, Clarus Press.

 

2016

Byrne, B. (2016) Why Brexit could be bad news for disabled people, The Conversation, 7 April 2016.

Harper, C, Davidon, G & McClelland, R (2016) No longer ‘anomalous, confusing and unjust’: the Mental Capacity Act (Northern Ireland) 2016, International Journal of Mental Health and Capacity Law, no.22, pp.57-70

Kelly, B & Byrne, B (eds) (2016) Valuing Disabled Children and Young People in Research, Policy and Practice. Routledge: London.

 

2015

Davidson, G., Kelly, B., Macdonald, G., Rizzo, M., Lombard, L., Abogunrin, O., Clift-Matthews, V. and Martin, A. (2015) Supported decision making: a review of the international literature. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 38, pp61-67.

 

2014

Kelly, B., Dowling, S. and Winter, K. (2014) A Review of the Legislative and Policy Context in relation to Looked After Disabled Children and Young People in Northern Ireland. OFMDFM and Queen’s University Belfast.

Irvine, R (2014) 'Getting Disability on the Post-Conflict Agenda: the Role of a Disability Movement' in D. Mitchell & V.Karr (Eds.) Conflict, Disaster and Disability: Ensuring Equality. New York: Routledge.

 

2013

Byrne, B. (2013) Hidden Contradictions and Conditionality: Conceptualisations of Inclusive Education in International Law, Disability and Society, 28(2), pp232-244.

Campbell, J., Davidson, G. and Donnelly, M. (2013) The Integrated Service in Northern Ireland in O’Connor, T. (Ed.) (2013) Integrated Care for Ireland in an International Context. Cork: Oak Tree Press.

Dowling, S., Kelly, B. and Winter, K. (2013) Disabled Children and Young People who are Looked After: A Literature Review. Belfast: OFMDFM and Queen’s University Belfast.

García Jalón E G, Sheila Lennon, Louise Peoples, Sam Murphy and Andrea Lowe-Strong (2013) Energy conservation for fatigue management in multiple sclerosis: a pilot randomized controlled trial.. Clinical  Rehabilitation, 27 (1): 63 - 74

Kelly, B. (2013). Don’t Box Me In: Disability, Identity and Transitions to Young Adult Life. Belfast: Barnardos and Queen’s University Belfast.

Kouvonen A, Kivimäki M, Oksanen T, Pentti J, De Vogli R, Virtanen M, Vahtera J. (2013) Obesity and occupational injury: a prospective cohort study of 69,515 public sector employees. PLOS ONE 2013.

Lennox, R. and Davidson, G. (2013) Sexuality and Dementia: Law, Policy and Practice. Practice: Social Work in Action, 25(1), pp. 21-39.

O’Hare, P., Davidson, G., Campbell, J., and Maas-Lowit, M. (2013). Implementing mental health law: a comparison of social work practice across three jurisdictions. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 8(4), 196-207.

Thurston, M., & Thurston, A. (2013). Risks to patient confidentiality when communicating health information to blind and partially sighted patients. Disability, CBR & Inclusive Development (in press).

Thurston, M., McLeod J., & Thurston, A. (2013). Counselling for sight loss: Using systematic case study research to build a client informed practice model. British Journal of Visual Impairment (in press).

Thurston, A., & Thurston M. J. (2013). A literature review of refractive error and its potential effect on reading attainment in the early years of school. Optometry and Visual Development. 1(1): 25-31.

 

2012

Ahola K, Pulkki-Råback L, Kouvonen A, Rossi H, Aromaa A, Lönnqvist J. (2012) Burnout and behavior-related health risk factors: Results from the population-based Finnish Health 2000 Study. J Occup Environ Med;54:17-22.

Byrne, B. (2012) Minding the Gap?  Children with Disabilities and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, in M. Freeman (Ed.) Law and Childhood Studies – Current Legal Issues Volume 14. Oxford University Press. pp.419-437.

Campbell, J. and Davidson, G. (2012) Post-qualifying mental health social work practice. London: Sage.

Davidson, G., Barry, L., Curry, P., Darragh, E., Duffy, J. and Lees, J. (2012) Championing the interface between mental health and child protection: evaluation of a service initiative to improve joint working in Northern Ireland. Child Abuse Review. 21(3),  pp. 157-172

Kavanagh, D., Daly, M., Harper, M., Davidson, G. and Campbell, J. (2012) Mental health service users and carers as researchers: reflections on a qualitative study of citizens’ experiences of compulsory mental health laws. Chapter 9 in Goodson, L. and Phillimore, J. (2012) Community research: from theory to method. Bristol: The Policy Press.

McShane, T (2012) Blades, Blood and Bandages:  The Experiences of People who Self-Injure.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave MacMillan.

Saltychev M, Laimi K, El-Metwally A, Oksanen T, Pentti J, Virtanen M, Kouvonen A, Kivimäki M, Vahtera J. (2012) Effectiveness of multidisciplinary early rehabilitation in reducing behaviour-related risk factors. J Rehabil Med;44:370-7.

Thurston, M., McLeod, J., & Thurston, A. (2012). Counselling for sight loss: A hermeneutic single case efficacy design study. Counselling Psychology Review. 27: 56-70.

 

2011

Byrne, B. and Lundy, L. (2011) Rights like no other? Protections for Students with Disabilities in International Law. in C. Russo The Legal Rights of Students with Disabilities: International Perspectives. Maryland: Rowan and Littlefield Publishers. pp.1-20.

Lundy, L. and Byrne, B. (2011) Transitions to Adult Services for Young People with Learning Disabilities in Northern Ireland, Belfast: Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People.

Pahkin K, Väänänen A, Koskinen A, Bergbom B, Kouvonen A. (2011) Organizational change and employees' mental health: the protective role of sense of coherence. J Occup Environ Med;53:118-23.

Väänänen A, Ahola K, Koskinen A, Pahkin K, Kouvonen A. (2011) Organisational merger and psychiatric morbidity: a prospective study in a changing work organisation. J Epidemiol Community Health;65:682-7.

 

2010

Ahola K, Väänänen A, Koskinen A, Kouvonen A, Shirom A. Burnout as a predictor of all-cause mortality among industrial employees: a 10-year prospective register-linkage study. J Psychosom Res 2010;69:51-57.

Kouvonen A, VäänänenA, Vahtera J, Heponiemi T, Koskinen A, Cox SJ, Kivimäki M. Sense of coherence and psychiatric morbidity: A 19-year register-based prospective study.J Epidemiol Community Health 2010;64:255-61.

Oksanen T, Kouvonen A, Vahtera J, Virtanen M, Kivimäki, M. Prospective study of workplace social capital and depression: are vertical and horizontal components equally important? J Epidemiol Community Health 2010;64:684-89.

Thurston, M.J., Thurston, A. & McLeod, J. (2010). Socio-emotional effects of the transition from sight to blindness. British Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness 28(2): 1-23.

Thurston, M.J. & Thurston, A. (2010). The Accessibility of Health Information for Blind and Partially Sighted People. Edinburgh: RNIB Scotland.

 

2009

Higgins, N., MacArthur, J. & Kelly, B. (2009) Including disabled children at school: Is it really as simple as ‘A, C, D’? International Journal of Inclusive Education, 13, (5).471-487

Milner, P. & Kelly, B. (2009) Community participation and inclusion: people with disabilities defining their place. Disability & Society, 24, (1), 47-62.

 

2007

MacArthur, J., Sharp, S., Kelly, B. & Gaffney, M. (2007) Disabled Children Negotiating School Life: Agency, Difference and Teaching Practice. International Journal of Children’s Rights, 15, 99–120

MacArthur, J., Sharp, S., Kelly, B. & Gaffney, M. (2007) Does it matter that my body is different? Disabled children, impairment, disability and identity. Childrenz Issues, 11, (2), 25-30.

Kelly, B. (2007). Methodological issues for qualitative research involving learning disabled children. International Journal of Social Research Methodology: Theory and Practice, 10, (1), 21-35.

 

2005

Kelly, B. (2005). ‘Chocolate… makes you autism’: impairment, disability and childhood identities. Disability and Society, 20, (3), 261-275.