Lowenhoff C, Davison-Fischer J, Pike N, Appleton JV, 'Using the TIDieR checklist to describe health visitor support for mothers with mental health problems: analysis of a cross-sectional survey'
Health and Social Care in the Community 27 (5) (2019) pp.e824-e836
ISSN: 0966-0410 eISSN: 1365-2524
Harding L, Davison-Fischer J, Bekeart S, Appleton JV, 'The Role of the School Nurse in Protecting Children and Young People from Maltreatment: An Integrative Review of the Literature'
International Journal of Nursing Studies 92 (2019) pp.60-72
ISSN: 0020-7489 eISSN: 1873-491X
Foley Finnan A, Gibbs CL, Waite M, Davison-Fischer J, 'Students as Producers'
Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change 1 (1) (2015) pp.193-
Neale J, Nettleton S, Pickering L, Fischer J, 'Eating patterns among heroin users: a qualitative study with implications for nutritional interventions'
Addiction 107 (3) (2012) pp.635-641
Jenkins N, Bloor M, Fischer J, Berney L, Neale J, 'Putting it in context: the use of vignettes in qualitative interviewing'
Qualitative Research 10 (2) (2010) pp.175-198
Guy S, Fischer J, 'Re-interpreting regulations: architects as intermediaries for low-carbon buildings'
Urban Studies 46 (12) (2009) pp.2577-2594
ISSN: 0042-0980 eISSN: 1360-063X
Fischer J, Neale J, Bloor M, Jenkins N, 'Conflict and user involvement in drug misuse treatment decision making: a qualitative study'
3 (2008) pp.21-
Davison-Fischer J, Davison-Fischer CJ, 'Research Methods and Paramedic Practice' in Fundamentals of Paramedic Practice, Wiley-Blackwell (2015)
ISBN: 978-1-118-48627-6 eISBN: 978-1-118-49083-9
Finnan, A.F., Gibbs, C.L., Waite, M. and Davison-Fischer, J. (2015): "Students as Producers: The postgraduate teaching assistant pilot", Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership & Change, vol. 1, no. 1.
Brand, R. and Fischer, J. (2013): "Overcoming the technophilia / technophobia split in environmental discourse", Environmental Politics, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 235-254.
Fischer, J., Butt, C., Dawes, H., Foster, C., Neale, J., Plugge, E., Wheeler, C. and Wright, N. (2012): "Fitness Levels and Physical Activity Amongst Class A Drug Users Entering Prison: A Short Report", British Journal of Sports Medicine, vol. 46, issue 16, pp. 1142-1144.
Neale, J., Nettleton, S., Pickering, L. and Fischer, J. (2012): "Eating Patterns amongst Heroin Users: A qualitative study with implications for nutritional interventions", Addiction, vol. 107, no. 3, pp. 635-641.
Jenkins, N., Bloor, M., Fischer, J., Berney, L. and Neale, J. (2010): "Putting it in context: The use of vignettes in qualitative interviewing", Qualitative Research, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 175-198.
Fischer, J. and Guy, S. (2009): "Re-interpreting regulations: Architects as street-level bureaucrats", Urban Studies, vol. 46, no. 12, pp. 2577-2594.
Fischer, J., Neale, J., Bloor, M. and Jenkins, N. (2008): "Conflict and user involvement in drug misuse treatment decision-making: a qualitative study", Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, vol. 3, no. 21.
Fischer, J. and Neale, J. (2008): "Involving Drug Users in Treatment Decisions: an exploration of potential problems", Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, vol. 15, no. 2, April, pp. 161-175.
Davison-Fischer, J. and Davison-Fischer, C.J. (2015): "Research Methods" in Willis, S. and Dalrymple, R. (Eds.): Fundamentals of Paramedic Practice, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Fischer, J. (2011): "Translating from Politics: The Definition of Zero Carbon Buildings" in Bammé, A., Getzinger, G. and Wieser, B. (Eds.): Yearbook 2010 of the institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society, Munich: Profil.
Fischer, J. and Guy, S. (2010): "Re-interpreting regulations: Architects as street-level bureaucrats" in Guy, S., Marvin, S., Medd, W. and Moss, T. (Eds.): Shaping Urban Infrastructures: Intermediaries and the Governance of Socio-Technical Networks, London: Earthscan (ISBN: 978-1849710688).
Fischer, J., Jenkins, N., Bloor, M., Neale, J. and Berney, L. (2007): Drug user involvement in treatment decisions, York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation (ISBN: 978 1 85935 564 0).