2014 Hart, A., Heaver, B., Brunnberg, E., Sandberg, A., Macpherson, H. M., Coombe, S., & Kourkoutas, E. (in press, published July 2014) ‘Resilience-building with disabled children and young people: a review and critique of the academic evidence base.’ International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies.
2014 de Visser, R. O., Hart, A., Abraham, C., Memon, A., Graber, R., Scanlon, T. (accepted for publication) ‘How alike are young non-drinkers, former-drinkers, low-risk drinkers, and hazardous drinkers?’ Addictive Behaviors. Impact Factor of 2.021 for 2012 (according to the Journal Citation Reports). 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.578, Imprint: ELSEVIER, ISSN: 0306-4603.
2014 Macpherson, H. M., Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (accepted for publication). ‘Building resilience through group visual arts activities’: findings from a scoping study with young people who experience mental health complexities and/or learning difficulties.’ Journal of Social Work.
2014 Aumann, K., Duncan, S., Hart, A. (accepted for publication) ‘What Have We Learnt? A Year on from the first UK Community Partner Summit.’ Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement.
2014 de Visser, R. O., Hart, A., Abraham, C., Memon, A., Graber, R., & Scanlon, T. (2014) ‘Which alcohol control strategies do young people think are effective?’ Drug and Alcohol Review. doi: 10.1111/dar.12109. Online ISSN: 1465-3362. Impact Factor: 2.017 ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 8/30 (Substance Abuse (Social Science)).
2014 Macpherson, H. M., Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2014) ‘Impacts between academic researchers and community partners: some critical reflections on impact agendas in a ‘visual arts for resilience’ research project.’ ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 13(1), 27-32. ISSN: 14929732.
2013 Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2013) ‘Evaluating resilience-based programs for schools using a systematic consultative review.’ Journal of Child and Youth Development, 1(1), 27-53.
2013 Hart, A., Davies, C., Aumann, K., Wenger, E., Aranda, K., Heaver, B., & Wolff, D. (2013) ‘Mobilising knowledge in community-university partnerships: What does a community of practice approach contribute?’ Contemporary Social Science: Special Issue. 8 (3), 278-291. doi:10.1080/21582041.2013.767470.
2012 Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2012) ‘School-based resilience interventions with disadvantaged young people: Towards a systematic consultative review.’ Today’s Children Tomorrow’s Parents: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 33-34, 53-64. Retrieved from: http://www.tctp.cicop.ro/documente/Revista%2033-34%20EN.pdf#page=55 (Accessed: 4 March 2014).
2012 Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2012) ‘Intervenții școlare bazate pe reziliență în cazul tinerilor defavorizați: către o recenzie consultativă sistematică.’ Revistă editată de Universitatea de Vest din Timişoara Centrul de Cercetare a Interacțiunii Copil-Părinti [Magazine published by the University of West Timisoara Research Centre of Child-Parent Interaction], 33-34, 56-67. Retrieved from: http://www.tctp.cicop.ro/documente/Revista%2033-34%20RO.pdf#page=58 (Accessed: 4 March 2014).
2012 Crow, G., & Hart, A. (2012) Invited interview ‘Our work is about trying to create democratic learning spaces’: an interview with Angie Hart, Community University Partnership Programme, University of Brighton. Collaborative Anthropologies, 5(1), 125-141. doi:10.1353/cla.2012.0005.
2012 Cameron, J., Walker, C., Hart, A., Sadlo, G., Haslam, I., & The Retain Support Group (2012) ‘Supporting workers with mental health problems to retain employment: Users’ experiences of a UK job retention project.’ WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, & Rehabilitation, 42(4), 461-471. doi:10.3233/WOR-2012-1370 ISSN 1875-9270.
2011 Hart, A., & Church, A. (2011) ‘Research leadership for the community-engaged university: Key challenges.’ Metropolitan Universities Journal Special Issue, 22(2), 45-64. ISSN 1047-8485.
2011 Northmore, S., & Hart, A. (2011) ‘Sustaining community-university partnerships: Introduction to special issue.’ Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, 4, 1-11. ISSN - 1836-3393.
2011 Millican, J., & Hart, A. (2011) ‘Community university partnership research in practice at the University of Brighton, England: processes and pitfalls.’ Rhizoma Freireano, 9, 1-17. ISSN 1989-0605.
2011 Hart, A., & Northmore, S. (2011) ‘Auditing and evaluating university-community engagement: Lessons from a UK case study.’ Higher Education Quarterly, 65(1), 34-58. ISSN: 0951 5224.
2009 Hart, A., Northmore, S., Gerhardt, C., & Rodriguez, P. (2009) ‘Developing access between universities and local community groups: A university helpdesk in action.’ Journal of Higher Education, Outreach and Engagement, 13(3), 45-59.
2008 Hart, A., Blincow, D., with Thomas, H. (2008) ‘Resilient Therapy: Strategic therapeutic engagement with children in crisis.’ Child Care in Practice, 4(2), 131-145.
2007 Cameron, J., & Hart, A. (2007) ‘Case study 8. Ethical issues in obtaining informed consent for research from those recovering from acute mental health problems.’ Research Ethics Review, 3(3), 91.
2007 Blincow, D., Thomas, H., & Hart, A. (2007) ‘Introducing Resilient Therapy to the Courts.’ Family Law, 37, 839-843.
2006 Hart, A., & Luckock, B. (2006) ‘Core principles and therapeutic objectives for therapy with adoptive and permanent foster families.’ Fostering and Adoption, 30(2), 29-42.
2006 Hart, A., & Wolff, D. (2006) ‘Developing communities of practice through community-university partnerships.’ Planning, Practice and Research, 21(1), 121-138.
Brighton Kinship Carers Research Group, with Hill, L., Taylor, S., and Hart, A. (2013). A kinship carer's resource: using resilience ideas in practice. Brighton: Boingboing.
Winter, S., Buttery, L., Gahan, L., Taylor, S., Gagnon, E., Hart, A., and Macpherson, H. (2012). Visual arts practice for resilience: a guide for working with young people with complex needs. Brighton: BoingBoing.
Aranda, K, Zeeman, L and Scholes, J (2012) The resilient subject: exploring subjectivity, identity and the body in narratives of resilience. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the study of Health, Illness and Medicine Vol 16(5) September 2012 : pp 48–563.
Cameron, J., Walker, C., Hart, A., Sadlo, G., Haslam, I., and The Retain Support Group (2012). Supporting workers with mental health problems to retain employment: Users’ experiences of a UK job retention project. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, 42(4), 461-471. doi:10.3233/WOR-2012
Experience in Mind with Taylor, S., and Hart, A. (2011). Mental health and the Resilient Therapy toolkit: A guide for parents about mental health written by young people. Bath: MBE.
Aumann, K. and Hart, A. (2009) Helping children with complex needs bounce back: Resilient Therapy for parents and professionals. London: Jessica Kingsley
Hart, A., Blincow, D., with Thomas, H. (2008). Resilient Therapy: Strategic therapeutic engagement with children in crisis. Child Care in Practice, 4(2), 131-145.
Blincow, D., Thomas, H., and Hart, A. (2007). Introducing Resilient Therapy to the Courts. Family Law, 37, 839-843.
Hart, A. and Blincow, D. with Thomas, H. (2007) Resilient Therapy: Working with children and families. Routledge: London.
Hart, A. and Luckock, B. (2006) Core principles and therapeutic objectives for therapy with adoptive and permanent foster families. Fostering and Adoption 30 (2), 29-42.
Hart, A. and Freeman, M. (2005) Health care interventions: Making inequalities worse, not better? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 49(5), 502-512.
Hart, A., Saunders, A. and Thomas, H. (2005) 'Attuned practice: A service user's study of specialist child and adolescent mental health, UK. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale (EPS), 14(1), 22-31.
Hall, V. and Hart, A. (2004) The use of imagination in professional education to enable learning about disadvantaged clients. Learning in health and social care, 3(4), 190-202.
Hart, A., New, C. and Freeman, M. (2004) 'Health visitors and "disadvantaged" parent-clients: Designing realist research', in Bob Carter and Caroline New (eds) Making realism work: Realist social theory and empirical research (pp. 254-273). Routledge: London.
Hart, A. and Luckock, B. (2004) Developing adoption support and therapy: New approaches for practice. Jessica Kingsley: London.
Hart, A., Hall, V. and Henwood, F. (2003) Helping health and social care professionals to develop an 'inequalities imagination': a model for use in education and practice. Journal of advanced nursing, 41(5), 480-489.
Zaidi, F. (2003) Fasting in Islam – Implications for midwifery practice. British Medical Journal, 11(5), 289-292
Hart, A. and Hall, V. (2001) Addressing health inequalities: implications for curriculum planning and educational delivery. The Practising Midwife, 4(9), 42-43.
Hall, V., Sadouni, M and Fuller, A (2009) Gypsy and Travellers' experience of using urgent care services within NHS Brighton and Hove Boundaries Project Report. University of Brighton.
Hall, V. and Virgo, S., (2007) Evaluation of the Earlylink project: a pre-birth to eighteen months home visiting and parent support service in East Brighton. University of Brighton
Hart, A., Henwood, F., Pankhurst, F., Hall, Valerie and Sommerville, F. (2001) Addressing inequalities in health: new directions in midwifery education and practice. English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, London UK
2015 Walker, C., Hanna P., & Hart, A. (Forthcoming) Democratising distress: Reforming approaches to suffering through the accounts of the everyday mental health work being undertaken in our communities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Hart, A., and Aumann, K. (2013). Challenging inequalities through community-university partnerships. In P. Benneworth (Ed.), University engagement with socially excluded communities: Towards the idea of 'the engaged university' (pp. 47-65). London: Springer. ISBN 978-94-007-4874-3