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Lynch, Heidi, Holdroyd, Ian, Black, Daniel, Cave, Ben, Harris-Roxas, Ben, Haigh, Fiona, O’Mullane, Monica, Stevenson, Anna, Vohra, Salim and Ford, John (2023) Sick Britain: A call for mandatory Health Impact Assessments across government with the support of a dedicated ‘Health in All Policies’ support unit. Queen Mary’s University, University of Bristol, University of New South Wales, University College Cork, University of West London, London, UK.

Madsen, Thomas ORCID: (2023) Special holonomy manifolds with torus symmetry. NA, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Miller, Nicole M. (2023) Stigma as a barrier to evidence-based care for people who use drugs: Implications for stigma reduction programs (Policy briefing). Not applicable. (Unpublished)

Maria Rebecca Garcia, Giselle ORCID: (2023) Border Ecologies. The Center for Sustainable Practices in Arts, London, UK.

Padhra, Anil ORCID: and Farrington, Conor (2022) Climate neutrality not just carbon neutrality: how the AIA is working are working to find out more about the non-CO2 effects of aviation. Aviation Impact Accelerator (AIA), University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

Khan, Hafiz T.A. ORCID: (2022) Prospects of Adult Nursing Care in Bangladesh. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Garcia, Giselle ORCID: (2021) Dramaturgy. Critical Asia Archives, Japan and Taiwan.

Cole, Jennifer, Dodds, Klaus, Mkrtchyan, Hermine and Ayikoru, Maureen (2021) Unpacking vaccine “hesitancy:” the spectrum of vaccine acceptance. BMJ Opinion.

Ventouris, Annita, Comoretto, Amanda, Panourgia, Constantina, Wezyk, Agata, Yankouskaya, Ala and Taylor, Zoe (2021) COVID-19: ‘psychologists should know how to deal with this’ – stress and resilience in mental health psychology practitioners. Psychreg.

Douglas, Kitrina and Carless, David (2020) Reflections on a journey into the unknown. UNSPECIFIED.

Lynam, Siobhan, Lafarge, Caroline ORCID:, Milani, Raffaella Margherita ORCID: and Worrell, Marcia (2020) Mental health and wellbeing in doctoral students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds (BAME). British Educational Research Association.

Jayman, Michelle ORCID: and Ventouris, Jayman (2020) Championing mental health in schools with Book of Beasties: the mental wellness card game. British Educational Research Association.

Jayman, Michelle ORCID:, Glazzard, Jonathan and Rose, Anthea (2020) Editorial: Researching education and mental health: from ‘Where are we now?’ to ‘What next?’. British Educational Research Association.

Mitsi, Mary (2019) Celebrating 50 years of the VCLT: the legal reasoning of investment arbitration awards: a decision-making perspective on interpretation. Kluwer Law International.

Mitsi, Mary (2019) Interviews with our editors: in conversation with Hafez Virjee, President of Delos Dispute Resolution. Kluwer Law International.

Jayman, Michelle ORCID: and Glazzard, Jonathan (2019) Spotlight on mental health and education: SIG hosts inaugural conference. British Educational Research Association, UK.

Pan, Yu-Chun ORCID: (2019) Not just for kids: using LEGO for creative problem-solving. Your University: The Magazine for UWL Alumni and Friends. University of West London, London, UK.

Henry, William Anthony (2019) Every time I hear di sound: a short history of dub poetry. The Wire Magazine, London, UK.

Murji, Karim ORCID: and Afridi, Asif (2019) Using data to drive improvements in race equality in the public sector. UNSPECIFIED.

Lamontagne-Godwin, Frederique ORCID: and Barley, Elizabeth ORCID: (2019) Support available for your cervical screening (smear test). UNSPECIFIED.

Saeed, Nagham ORCID: and Mohamedali, Fehmida (2019) Use of “Feed-Forward” to improve students’ engagement and achievement. UNSPECIFIED, UWL,UK.

Paterson, Justin ORCID: (2019) A History of music and technology. BBC World Service, UK.

Zambelli, Matteo (2019) LIDW 2019: the rise of arbitration in financial services disputes, 7 May 2019. Kluwer Arbitration Blog, Kluwer Law International.

Regnault, Camille ORCID: and Sanders, Kevin ORCID: (2019) Privacy: the lost companion of open scholarship. UWL blog, University of West London.

Olsen, Dennis (2018) Commentary on CAP's regulatory statement: gender stereotypes in advertising. UNSPECIFIED, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Mafuba, Kay ORCID: and Gates, Bob ORCID: (2018) Context care tool (version 2.7). UNSPECIFIED.

Charles, Monique ORCID: and Back, Les (2018) Why music matters for sociology: conversation with Prof. Les Back. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Chiappinelli, Massinilliano and Osbon, David (2018) Anthems After Prometheus interview. Accademia Musicale Roma Castelli, Rome, Italy.

Henry, William Anthony (2018) Fear the talking dread! The Wire Magazine, London, UK.

Osbon, David (2018) Interview on national public radio (USA). WVIA, Scranton PA, USA.

Sholl, Robert (2018) BBC Prom 10 programme Note: Charles-Marie Widor. BBC, (In Press)

Ottewill, Jim and Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) 10 things we learned about UK grime with Dr Monique Charles. The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.

Mitsi, Mary, Brekoulakis, Stavros and El Far, Ahmed (2018) Arbitral decision-making: an issue of consistency and a response to bias. Kluwer Law International.

Charles, Monique ORCID:, Lawrence, Tim, Berry, Josephine and Leal, Ernesto (2018) Creativity, collectivity, convergence! New York city party culture 1970-83. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Sanders, Kevin ORCID: (2018) Technology has changed the face of privacy: here’s what you need to do next. Rights Info.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) Research is more than just Google. MinuteHack, London, UK.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) What I know about... bringing grime music to academia. Pride Magazine, United Kingdom.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) Where are the women in grime? Precious Online, United Kingdom.

Sholl, Robert (2018) Arvo Pärt, passio and spirituality. UNSPECIFIED.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) Will the first ladies of grime please stand up? The Voice, London, UK.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2018) Proportionate reflective practice. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Caston, Emily ORCID: (2018) Power to the people: fifty years of British music video 1966-2016. UNSPECIFIED.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) How to lead your team and get them on your side. We Are The City.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2018) #GrimeDoctor & #Grime4Corbyn speak! UNSPECIFIED, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)

Sanders, Kevin ORCID: (2018) Bag of onions: growing bulbs of intellectual freedom from academic libraries. UNSPECIFIED.

Charles, Monique ORCID: and Back, Les (2017) Why music matters for sociology: conversation with Prof. Les Back. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Barron, Simon, Regnault, Camille ORCID: and Sanders, Kevin ORCID: (2017) Library privacy. Carnegie UK.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2017) The breadth of assessment. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Charles, Monique ORCID: and Riley, Mykaell (2017) My time: an interview with Mykaell Riley about my PhD on grime. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2017) The three part seminar: theatre, skeletons and meta-analyses. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Charles, Monique ORCID: and Sutcliffe-Braithwaite, Florence (2017) Conference conversations: Monique Charles on Corbyn and grime. Lawrence and Wishart, London, UK.

Brew, Obed ORCID: and Sullivan, Mark H.F. (2017) Elevated histamine model: a protocol for an ex vivo model for in vitro study of histamine effect on placenta.

Forster, Marc ORCID: (2017) Information literacy in the workplace: a different phenomenon. Facet.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2017) #Grime4Corbyn is here to stay – and it could be the start of something huge. New Statesman, London, UK.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2017) Grime launches a revolution in youth politics. The Conversation.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2017) Everyday reflective practice. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2017) A road less travelled - the grimy windy path. University of Warwick, Warwick, UK.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2017) Hearing the student voice: Finding value in feedback. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Seewoodhary, Mahesh (2017) Ophthalmic nurses caring for patients with glaucoma [IGA News, International Glaucoma Association, Spring 2017]. International Glaucoma Association, Ashford, UK.

Wales, Tim ORCID: (2017) Paul Hamlyn Library: an integral part of UWL campus. CILIP.

Anionwu, Elizabeth (2017) White managers must tackle discrimination. Nursing Standard, 31(21), p.27.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2017) Mapping the teaching environment. UNSPECIFIED, London School of Economics - Education Blog.

Sanders, Kevin ORCID: (2016) Open scholarly publishing and libraries. UNSPECIFIED.

Milani, Raffaella Margherita ORCID: (2016) Improving the life of people with co-existing mental health disorders and substance misuse problems. University of West London, London, UK.

Charles, Monique ORCID: (2016) Young Thug - devil in a blue dress? GRM Daily, United Kingdom.

Hughes, Bronach and Ohl, Maddie ORCID: (2016) Pyramid therapeutic activity clubs. University of West London, London.

Henry, William Anthony (2016) On education and schooling. Sage Publications, UK.

Paulsen-Becejac, Laila (2016) Autism. The sacrifice of a mother [Book review]. John Wiley and Sons.

Brooke, Joanne (2016) In response to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt's plans for a safer 7 day dementia service. Journal of Dementia Care 24(3).

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2016) Commentaries on recent equity cases. Routledge, Oxford, UK.

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2016) Recent equity cases. Routledge, oxford, UK.

Fanghanel, Joelle, Pritchard, Jane, Potter, Jacqueline and Wisker, Gina (2016) [Scholarship/excellence audit tool for HEIs]. Defining and Supporting the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Hagan, Daniel (2015) The making of a festival. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

McGuinness, Sara ORCID: (2015) Delivering music education in the Saharawi Refugee Camps. Forte Magazine, London College of Music Exams.

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2015) Commentaries on recent equity cases. Routledge, oxford, UK.

McGuinness, Sara ORCID: (2015) Teaching Sound Recording in the Saharawi Refugee Camps. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Cachia, Moira ORCID: and Lynam, Siobhan (2015) What do university students think of their assessments? University of West London, London UK.

Cachia, Moira ORCID: (2015) Communicating in a multicultural workplace. Business West: The Official Publication of West London Business, London, UK.

Testa, Alberto ORCID: (2015) Press interview with ESPN (Paolo Bandini) as an applied sociologist of deviance. Topic: The Extreme Right in Europe and the football terraces. ESPN.

Paterson, Justin ORCID:, Toulson, Rob, Lexer, Sebastian and Webster, Tim (2015) Red Planet EP. Apple Inc..

Sergi, Anna (2015) Here's why a law against organised crime isn't such a good idea. The Conversation.

Cachia, Moira ORCID: (2015) For better, for worse. Business West: The Official Publication of West London Business, London, UK.

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2015) Commentaries on recent equity cases. Routledge, Oxford, UK.

McGuinness, Sara ORCID: (2015) Interview on "An evening with Rosilio", Radio Progreso, Cuba. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2015) Commentary on recent equity cases. Routledge, Oxford, UK.

van der Rest, Jean-Pierre, Wang, Xuan Lorna ORCID:, Schwartz, Zvi, Jooste, M. and Koupriouchina, Larissa (2015) Book review - Hotel revenue management: from theory to practice. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.

Myers, Pamela (2014) Sounds like Christmas: why advertisers are all ears this year. The Conversation.

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2014) Whether a dishonest assistant or knowing recipient is a ‘trustee’ for the purposes of s 21(1)(a) of the Limitation Act 1980 – Williams v Central Bank of Nigeria [2014] UKSC 10 (Supreme Court) Dissolution of a dormant unincorporated association - Keene v Wellcom London Ltd [2014] EWHC 134 (High Court). Routledge, oxford, UK.

Myers, Pamela (2014) How a painful operation inspired the 18th century equivalent of a horror movie soundtrack. The Conversation.

Martuzzi, Marco, Cave, Ben, Nowacki, Julia, Viliani, Francesca and Vohra, Salim ORCID: (2014) Health impact assessment. International Association for Impact Assessment, Fargo.

Strong, Jeremy ORCID: (2014) Rabbits are not the only meat, so why the fury over Jeanette Winterson's fluffy meal? The Conversation.

Ramjohn, Mohamed (2014) Case commentaries on Equity. Routledge, Oxford, UK.

Strong, Jeremy ORCID: (2014) BBC America's Fleming and the trouble with author biopics. The Conversation.

Osbon, David (2013) Classic shock. UNSPECIFIED.

Hughes, Bronach (2013) Pyramid clubs (leaflet for professionals). University of West London, London.

Hughes, Helen and Brylla, Catalin ORCID: (2013) Symposium organisation: Documentary and (Dis)ability symposium. UNSPECIFIED, University of Surrey.

Moore, John (2013) XML over DTMF. Zedstar Blog.

Moore, John (2013) Packedobjects XML compression tool. Packedobjects Website.

Hakiminejad, Ahmadreza (2013) Moshirolmolk caravanserai: the patience stone of Borazjan city [in Farsi]. UNSPECIFIED.

Ressin, Malte ORCID: (2012) Attachment and Turing: the un-disposal of ubiquitous AI. UKOLN.

Lingard, Matt (2012) By freeing our journal from the ghetto of academic library subscriptions we will foster discussion and impact. UNSPECIFIED.

Hakiminejad, Ahmadreza (2012) Borajzan: an isolated city [in Farsi]. UNSPECIFIED.

Blair, Erik ORCID: (2009) How researchers might find the ‘truth’ and what they can do with it. UNSPECIFIED, Practical Research for Education.

Milner, M., Harris, R., Polakowski, K., Nelson, R., McGregor, T., Sirisensa, H. and Komisarczuk, Peter (2006) Phase 1: next generation network resiliency tool development. UNSPECIFIED.

Bahadori-Jahromi, Ali ORCID: (2005) Composite insulated beams (CIBs). Innovation & Research Focus.

Cole, Louise ORCID: (2004) [Various poems]. UNSPECIFIED.

Abdelnour-Nocera, Jose ORCID: (2001) Situating the interface in context: user diversity and cultural intersections. The Open University.

Dowd, Garin ORCID: (1997) Legislations: the politics of deconstruction, By Geoffrey Bennington [Book review]. Taylor & Francis.

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