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Library has hard copies of the following literature that can be borrowed or look at in the office, we are able to send copies of smaller articles, videos and newspaper articles (subject to copyright), however, we are unable to copy large pieces of text due to budgetary constraints.

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Walter, I., Nutley, S., Percy-Smith, J., McNeish, D. & Frost, S. (2004).
Knowledge Review 7: Improving the use of research in social care practice. Social Care Institute for Excellence, London.
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Walker, P., Lewis, J., Lingayah, S. & Sommer F. (2000).
Prove It! Measuring the effect of neighbourhood renewal on local people. Groundwork, Birmingham.
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Waterman, H. (1995).
Distinguishing between 'traditional' and action research. Nurse Researcher, 2(3), 15-23

Westerby, M., Harris, J., Sellers, T. & Hill, T. (1999).
'How to do it': Suggested Process for conducting a Participatory Evaluation of Community Sexual Health Services. University of Hull.

Wilcox, D. (1994).
The Guide to Effective Participation. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York

Williams, A. (1995).
Ethics and action research. Nurse Researcher, 2(3), 49-59.

Wilson, B. & Kyriacou S. (1996)
The Whirlwind Continues - Users Perspectives of Mental health in Words and Pictures.
Ethnic Communities Oral History Project.

Wilson, P.M., Kendall, S., & Brooks, F.
The Expert Patients Programme: A paradox of patient empowerment and medical dominance
Health Soc Care Community. 2007 Sep;15(5):426-38.

Woodward, V. (2003).
Participation the community work way. International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management, 5(1/2), 3-19.
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