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Akister, Jane and Guest, Hannah and Burch, Sarah (2016) Can activity projects improve children’s wellbeing during the transition to secondary education? International Education Studies, 9 (12). ISSN 1913-9039
Nyathi, Nhlanganiso and Akister, Jane (2016) Social work practitioners’ perceptions of interprofessional collaboration influences in safeguarding children and young people. Childhood Remixed Journal, 2016 (6). pp. 90-101.
Akister, Jane (2016) Promoting Mental Wellbeing in the Move from Primary to Secondary Education. Childhood Remixed, 5. pp. 27-33.
Sadler, Katy and Akister, Jane and Burch, Sarah (2014) Who are the young people who are not in education, employment or training? An application of the risk factors to a rural area in the UK. International Social Work. ISSN 1461-7234
Cleary, Teresa and Akister, Jane (2014) The experiences of a commissioning organisation in using volunteers to work alongside child protection social workers. International Journal of Business and Social Science. ISSN 2219-1933
Akister, Jane and O'Brien, Niamh (2014) The mental wellbeing of children and parents when there are child protection concerns – can volunteers help? Childhood Remixed.
Akister, Jane and O'Brien, Niamh (2012) Combining state and voluntary provision: using volunteers in home-based child protection - preliminary indications for the mental wellbeing of family members. International Journal of Business and Social Research. ISSN 2164-2540
Akister, Jane (2011) Protecting children: the central role of knowledge. Practice: Social Work in Action. ISSN 0950-3153
Akister, Jane and Moore, Claudia and Williams, Isabel (2011) Enabling professionals to succeed in post-qualifying education: initial concerns and assessment outcomes from classroom-based and blended learning modules. Practice and Evidence of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.
Akister, Jane and Owens, Matt and Goodyer, Ian M. (2010) Leaving care and mental health: outcomes for children in out-of-home care during the transition to adulthood. Health Research Policy and Systems. ISSN 1478-4505
Akister, Jane (2009) Protecting children through supporting parents. Journal of Public Mental Health. ISSN 1746-5729
Akister, Jane and Williams, Isabel and Maynard, Andrew (2009) Using group supervision for undergraduate dissertations: a preliminary enquiry into the student experience. Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. ISSN 1750-8428
Johnson, Ken and Akister, Jane and McKeigue, Bridget and Wheater, Jon (2005) What does 'supporting parents' mean? - parents' views. Practice. ISSN 0950-3153
Akister, Jane and Johnson, Ken (2004) The parenting task: parent's concerns and where they would seek help. Journal of Family Social Work. ISSN 1052-2158
Akister, Jane and Reibstein, Janet (2004) Links between attachment theory and systemic practice: some proposals. Journal of Family Therapy. ISSN 1467-6427
Akister, Jane and Johnson, Ken (2002) Parenting issues that may be addressed through a confidential helpline. Health and Social Care in the Community. ISSN 1365-2524
Rose, Jennie and Redsell, Sarah A. and Akister, Jane (2017) Do families with experience of mental ill health have a voice? Gatekeeping in health and social care research. In: Parental Mental Health and Child Welfare Work, Volume 2. Pavilion. ISBN 9-781-9110-2870-3 (Accepted)
Akister, Jane and O'Brien, Niamh (2013) Value for money in social welfare services? Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED.
Akister, Jane and Mutty, Sam (2012) The emotional wellbeing of children identified as in need of additional support in the transition from primary to secondary school. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Akister, Jane and O'Brien, Niamh and Cleary, Teresa (2011) CSV Volunteers in Child Protection (ViCP): An assessment of impact and effectiveness. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Akister, Jane and Burch, Sarah and Sadler, Katy (2011) Risk factors associated with becoming NEET’s: a review of the literature applied to the demographics of the Fenland area. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.