Number of items: 20.
Mckeown, Michael, Ridley, Julie, Newbigging, Karen, Machin, Karen, Poursanidou, Konstantina and Cruse, Kaaren
Conflict of roles: A conflict of ideas? The unsettled relations between care team staff and independent mental health advocates.
International Journal of Mental Health Nursing
Newbigging, Karen, Ridley, Julie, Mckeown, Michael, Machin, K and Poursanidou, D
"When you haven't got much of a voice": An evaluation of the quality of Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) Services in England.
Health and Social Care in the Community
Newbigging, Karen, Mckeown, Mick and French, Beverley
Mental health advocacy and African and Caribbean men: good practice principles and organizational models for delivery.
Health Expectations, 16
Roy, Alastair Neil and Newbigging, Karen
Supporting the independence and wellbeing of adults through a universal service: diversity, difference and proportionate universalism.
Diversity in Health and Care, 8
Newbigging, Karen and Thomas, Nigel Patrick
Good practice in Social Care for refugee and asylum-seeking children.
Child Abuse Review, 20
Knifton, Lee, Gervais, Mhairi, Newbigging, Karen, Mirza, Nuzhat, Quinn, Neil, Wilson, Neil and Hunkins-Hutchison, Evette
Community conversation: Addressing mental health stigma with ethnic minority communities.
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology , 45
Newbigging, Karen and Thomas, Nigel Patrick
Good practice in social care for asylum seekers and refugees: a resource guide.
Good Practice in Social Care for Asylum Seekers and Refugees: a Resource Guide
Shah, AK, Heginbotham, Christopher John, Fulford, B, Buffin, Jez and Newbigging, Karen
The effectiveness of raising awareness event of the Mental Capacity Act among representatives of ethnic minority communities.
Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 3
El Ansari, Walid, Newbigging, Karen, Roth, Carolyn and Malik, Farida
The role of advocacy and interpretation services in the delivery of quality healthcare to diverse minority communities in London, United Kingdom.
Health & Social Care in the Community, 17
Shah, Ajit Kumar, Banner, Natalie, Newbigging, Karen, Heginbotham, Christopher John and Fulford, Bill
The early experience of consultant psychiatrists in application of the Mental Capacity Act: issues for black and minority individuals.
Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 2
Newbigging, Karen and Mckeown, Mick
Mental health advocacy with black and minority ethnic communities: conceptual and ethical implications.
Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 20
Newbigging, Karen, Roy, Alastair Neil, Habte-Mariam, Zemikael, Mckeown, Mick and French, Beverley
Involving ethnically diverse service users in the research process: alliances and action.
Social Care, Service Users and User Involvement.
Research Highlights in Social Work
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Philadelphia, USA, pp. 120-141.
Bola, Manjit and Newbigging, Karen
Mental Well being and Black and Minority Communities: Conceptual and Practical Issues.
Public Mental Health: A Handbook.
ISBN 978 1 84196 285 6
Newbigging, Karen, Ridley, Julie, Mckeown, Michael, Machin, Karen, Poursanidou, Konstantina, Able, Laura, Cruse , Kaaren, Grey , Paul, de la Haye, Stephanie, Habte-Mariam, Zemichael, Joseph , Doreen, Kiansumba, Michelle and Sadd, June
The Right to Be Heard: Review of Independent Mental Health Advocate Services in England.
Department of Health and University of Central Lancashire , Preston, UK.
Roy, Alastair Neil, Heginbotham, Christopher John, Ahmed, Nadia, Buffin, Jez and Newbigging, Karen
An Evaluation of Help Direct Gateways across Lancashire (Part 1).
University of Central Lancashire, Preston.
Newbigging, Karen, Bola, Manjit and Shah, Ajit Kumar
Scoping exercise with Black and minority ethnic groups on perceptions of mental wellbeing in Scotland: Final Report.
NHS Health Scotland, Edinburgh.
Mckeown, Mick, French, Beverley, Hunkins-Hutchinson, E and Newbigging, Karen
Metetezi - Developing mental health advocacy with African and Caribbean men.
Conference or Workshop Item
Newbigging, Karen and Ridley, Julie
The Right to be Heard! Review of the quality of mental health advocacy in England.
In: 2nd Scottish Mental Health Nursing Research Conference, 3 May 2013, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.
de la Haye, Stephanie, Newbigging, Karen and Ridley, Julie
The Right to be Heard: Review of the Quality of IMHA Services in England.
In: Making Research Count Seminar, York University.
Newbigging, Karen and Bola, Manjit
Conceptualising Mental Wellbeing: Chinese and Pakistani Communities in Scotland.
In: International Social Science Conference , August 2010, Cambridge.