Wright, J., Sadlo, G. and Stew, G. (2007) Further explorations into the conundrum of flow processes Journal of Occupational Science Today, 14 (3). pp. 136-144.
Brouwer D, Sadlo G (2008) Limitations in mobility: experiences of visually impaired older people. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71 (10). pp. 414-421. ISSN 0308-0226
Bedding S, Sadlo G (2008) Retired people's experience of participation in art classes. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 71 (9). pp. 371-378. ISSN 0308-0226
Martin M (2009) Boredom as an important area of inquiry for occupational therapists. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72 (1). pp. 40-42. ISSN 0308-0226
Davies R, Cameron J (2010) Self-identified occupational competencies, limitations and priorities for change in the occupational lives of people with drug misuse problems. The British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73 (6). pp. 251-260. ISSN 0308-0226
Stew, G. (2011) Mindfulness training for occupational therapy students British Journal of Occupational Therapy , 74 (6). pp. 269-276.
Wright, J,, Wright, S., Sadlo, G. and Stew, G. (2012) Exploring optimal experiences: a reversal theory perspective of flow and occupational science Journal of Occupational Science.
Wright, J., Wright, S., Sadlo, G. and Stew, G. (2012) A reversal theory exploration of flow process and the flow channel Journal of Occupational Science.
Martin M, Doswell S (2012) Mindfulness and older people: a small study. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75 (1). pp. 36-41. ISSN 0308-0226
Martin, M., Sadlo, G. and Stew, G. (2012) Rethinking occupational deprivation and boredom Journal of Occupational Science, 19 (1). pp. 56-61. ISSN 1442-7591
Conference Papers/poster presentation
Sadlo G, (2008) Skilled Hand Use and Positive emotions. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Harrogate, June 2008. Invited keynote address.
Cameron J(2009)Putting occupation back on the older person’s agenda, Sussex Partnership Trust Occupational Therapy for Older People Conference, Sussex Education Centre, Millview Hospital, Brighton, UK, February 2009.
Sadlo G (2009) The Human Brain: Designed for Occupation. Invited professorial lecture. University of Applied Sciences, Amsterdam, May 2009.
Sadlo G (2009) Redefining wellbeing in relation to occupation. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Brighton Centre, June 2009.
Sadlo G (2009) Creativity: an occupational science perspective. Invited Lecture Presentation to Regional Conference of Occupational Therapists, Alborg Denmark, June 2009.
Martin M, Doswell S (2010) Boredom and Mindfulness College of Occupational Therapists Specialist Section - Mental Health Annual Conference, Birmingham. April 2010 (workshop)
Martin M (2010) Wealth and Wellbeing or Health and Wellbeing? Qualitative Methods in Psychology
Section (QMiP) Conference, University of Nottingham, August 2010
Martin, M (2010) Rethinking Occupational Deprivation and Boredom. Canadian Society for Occupational
Science and the Canadian Society of Occupational Scientists, London, Ontario, Canada, October 2010.
Sadlo G (2010)Creative Hands, Flow, and Mindfulness. The Concept of Flow: Towards a Scientific Integration. International Flow Conference,Braunschweig, Germany, June 2010
Hunter V, Sadlo G (2011) A Paradox of occupation: high skill can induce a relaxation effect. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference Brighton, June 2011
Sadlo G (2011) Sustaining Occupation: Culture and Governance in the Face of Global Environmental Change: Mindful occupation, one key to sustainable living. Society for the Study of Occupation USA. Utah, November 2011.
Sadlo G (2011) Occupational Science in the service of Occupational Therapy Keynote speaker to Occupational Therapy National Conference, Paris, France, 25th November 2011.
Boyle P (2012) Community occupational therapists’ views on safety at home for children with autism, College of Occupational Therapists annual conference, 13th June 2012, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland
Martin M, Stew G (2012)Personal experiences of Flow and Mindfulness. British Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Glasgow, June 2012.
Grant R, Martin M (2012) The experience of boredom during leisure activity. . British Association of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Glasgow, June 2012, (paper presentation).
Martin M (2009) Book Review. Living Well with Pain and Illness. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72 (10), 449
Martin M (2010) Book Review: Mindfulness- an acceptance-based behavioural therapies in practice. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 38 (1), 133-135.
Martin M (2011) Report for COT-SS Mental Health Institute of Social Psychiatry Award 2008, Mental Health Occupational Therapy, 16 (1) 26. ISSN 1363-4682
Stew G (2011) Mindfulness Training for Occupational Therapy Students. British Journal of Occupational Therapy 74(6), 269-276. ISSN: 0308-0226.
York M, Wiseman T (2012) Gardening as an occupation: a critical review. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75 (2). ISSN 0308-0226
Conference papers and poster presentations
Sadlo G, Whitakker, B & Wiseman T (2010) Occupations for Sustainable Living. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, Brighton Centre, June 2010.
Wiseman T (2010) Gardening together: community gardening in shared housing. Age concern fit as a fiddle regional networking event, Eastbourne, February 2010.
Buckle L, Wiseman T (2010)Keeping well around the campfire: Older men’s’ experience of volunteering in the scouts movement. College of occupational therapists annual conference, June 2010.
Newton K, Wiseman T (2010) Gardening together: the experience of starting a community food growing group, Aesop Annual conference, October 2010.
Wiseman T, Quah E(2010)The experience of playing cello. College of occupational therapists annual conference, June 2010.
Sadlo G, Thomas-Hancock E (2011) @ctive Student”: a university scheme to support student volunteering. ENOTHE Annual conference Ghent, November 2011.
Kilpatrick T, Wiseman T (2011) The experience of volunteering in a community gardening project. College of occupational therapists annual conference, June 2011.
York M, Wiseman T, Thomas L (2011) The experience of community gardening, a meta ethnography. College of occupational therapists annual conference, June 2011.
Cook L, Wiseman T, Morris J (2011) Social Inclusion – how students experience learning relevant skills on practice placement. College of occupational therapists annual conference, June 2011.
Sadlo G (2012) The health effects of volunteering. Public Lecture, Eastbourne Town Hall, East Sussex, England, October 2012.
Dixon A, Wiseman T (2012) The natural environment: Working therapeutically within the context of a market garden social enterprise. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, SECC Glasgow, Scotland, June 2012
Edwards L, Wiseman T (2012) Gardens: opportunities and threats from an occupational perspective. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference, SECC Glasgow, Scotland, June 2012. Poster presentation
O’Meara E, Wiseman T (2012) Garden design and planning in sheltered housing accommodation for older people. College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference. SECC Glasgow, Scotland, June 2012. Poster presentation.
Wiseman T (2012) Constraints and incentives in community gardening: A systematic review of the literature. Doctoral conference, School of Environment and technology paper presentation, June 2012, Brighton, England.
Moore AP, Hodgson L (2008) Activity Buddies: Improving quality of life for older people University of Brighton.
Hodgson L Burns P, Kuisma R, Ellis-Martin M, Moore AP (2009) Activity Buddies: Quality of Life for Older People. University of Brighton
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, 42 (4). pp. 1-12. ISSN 1051-9815
Price L (2010) Researching with older gay men to get their voice heard. Generations Review 20 (1)http://www.britishgerontology.org/DB/gr-editions-2/generations-review/researching-with-older-gay-men-to-get-their-voice-.html
Conference presentation and poster presentations
Cameron J (2008) beyond the carrot and the stick, work related needs of mental health service users. School of Nursing and Midwifery 9th Annual Mental Health Conference, University of Brighton, UK, March 2008. Workshop presentation.
Cameron J, King R, Calkin J (2008). More than symptoms and self care – needs in acute mental health recovery.College of Occupational Therapists, 32nd Annual Conference, Harrogate, UK, June 2008. Paper Presentation
Cameron J(2008)Vocational Research – the story so far, Sussex Partnership Trust Occupational Therapy Conference, University of Sussex, UK, October 2008.
Cameron J (2009) Job retention for people with mental health problems – emerging results of research into user experiences of a voluntary sector job retention projectSouthern Universities Alliance for Doctoral Education - Professional Doctorate Conference, University of Brighton, UK, April 2009. Paper presentation
Haines D (2009) Occupational therapy with people with learning disabilities: Launch of COTSS-PLD Research Project. Occupational Therapists Specialist Section – People with Learning Disabilities Conference, 24th June 2009, Brighton”. Keynote presentation.
Price (2010) Oral presentation. Consulting with older gay men to identify their health and social care needs. Making Research Count Programme SSPARC, University of Brighton.
Price (2010) Poster presentation. Topics for health and social care research identified by older gay men: A research development project. British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference University of Brunel.
Cameron J, Hart A, Sadlo G (2011) Work matters for mental health recovery: supporting job retention of employees with mental health problems, 15th World Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2011, Poster Presentation.
Cameron J, Hart A, Sadlo G (2011) Iatrogenic effects of sick leave. The experiences of employees recovering from mental health problems in a United Kingdom research study, 15th World Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2011, Poster Presentation.
Book chapters and booklets
Walker C, Fincham B, Cameron J (2011) Techniques of identity governance and resistance. In C Walker and B Fincham Work and the mental health crisis in Britain. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp 65-95.
Reports/Occasional Papers/ recourses
Cameron J, Walker C, Haslam I (2009) Working Well: how the Retain project has supported workers in Brighton with mental health problems. Research collaboration between the University of Brighton, the Retain employment and mental health retention programme and Retain service users in Brighton
Lillywhite A, Haines D
(2010) Occupational therapy and people with learning disabilities
. College of Occupational Therapists. ISBN 978-1-905944-21-7.