Department of Sport, Health Sciences and Social Work


  • Afolabi, O., Bunce, L., Lusher, J., & Banbury, S. (2017). Postnatal depression, maternal–infant bonding and social support: a cross-cultural comparison of Nigerian and British mothers. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.

    Appleton, J.V., Harris, M., Kelly, C. & Huppe, I. (2014). Think Baby – On-line learning for student health visitors, Community Practitioner, 87(6), 20-13.

    Appleton J.V., Coombes, L. & Terletski, E. (2014). Implementing the Strengthening Families approach to Child Protection Conferences, British Journal of Social Work, Published online March 27.

    Appleton, J.V., Harris, M., Oates, J. & Kelly, C. (2013). Evaluating health visitor assessments of mother-infant interactions: a mixed methods study, International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(1), 5-15.

    Foxcroft, D.R. (2014). Can prevention classification be improved by considering the function of prevention? Prevention Science, 15(6), 818-822

    Foxcroft, D.R. (2014) "Form ever follows function. This is the law", A prevention taxonomy based on a functional typology. Adicciones, 26(1), 10-14

    Midford, R., Mitchell, J., Lester, L., Cahill, H., Foxcroft, D., Ramsden, R., Venning, L. & Pose, M. (2014) Preventing alcohol harm: early results from a cluster randomised, controlled trial in Victoria, Australia of comprehensive harm minimisation school drug education, International Journal of Drug Policy, 25(1), 142-150.

    Stevenson, C. & Neale, J. (2012). '"We did more rough sleeping just to be together": homeless drug users' romantic relationships in hostel accommodation', Drugs: education, prevention and policy, 19, 234-243.