Journal Articles

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Lee, S. and Fenge, L. (2018). An ethic of care approach to the challenges facing working carers. Ethics and Social Welfare.

Fenge, L. Malacca, D., Lee, S., and Rosenorn-Lanng, E. (2018). Developing scam awareness training through digital games for older people: A systematic review exploring challenges and solutions to provide the best user experience. International Journal of Education and Ageing

Fenge, L. and Lee, S. 2018. Understanding the risks of financial scams as part of elder abuse prevention. British Journal of Social Work.

Buckley, S and Lee, S. (in process). I was assessed for residential care. In Hughes, M (ed) Title to be confirmed. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

2018, Promoting sexual well-being in social work practice. Social Work and Sexualities Conference, Montreal University Canada

2018, Supporting sexual well-being. Royal College of Occupational Therapists annual conference, Belfast University


Lee, S. and Fenge, L. 2017.  Scamming: recognising and supporting victims of financial abuse

Lee, S., Fenge, L. and Collins, B. 2017. Promoting sexual well-being in social work education and practice. Social Work Education. doi/pdf/10.1080/02615479.2017.1401602

Brown, K., Fenge, L. and Lee, S. 2017. How loneliness in older people makes them more vulnerable to financial scammers. The Conversation

Journal of Community Nursing, 31(6)   Lee, S., Fenge, L. and Brown, K. 2017. Working together to tackle scams: CTSI, Trading Standards, National Trading Standards Scams Team and the National Centre of Post Qualifying Social Work, Bournemouth University. TS Review. Chartered Trading Standards Institute quarterly, Summer 2017.

Fenge, L., Lee, S. and Brown, K. (Eds). 2017. Safeguarding adults, scamming and mental capacity. London: Sage

Lee, S., Johnson, R., Fenge, L. and Brown, K. 2017. Safeguarding adults at risk of financial scamming. In (eds) Cooper, A. and White, E. Good Practice in Safeguarding Adults. London: Jessica Kingsley.

2017, Practitioners supporting sexual well-being. Social Work Action Network annual conference, Middlesbrough University.

March 2017, Promoting sexual well-being through professional practice. Other presenters specialise in human rights law, mental capacity, older persons and supporting victims of sexual assault. For details and a blog reflecting on the event please see

Lee, S and Fenge, L. 2017. Literature review Work and care: competing demands for the global workforce. Investigating the implications of an ageing population for employed informal carers


Brown, K. and Lee, S. 2017. Financial abuse and scamming of adults at risk. Research in Practice for Adults.

Lee, S and Rosenorn-Lanng, E. 2017. We are off to Glastonbury.

Lee, S. and Fenge, L., 2016. Literature review Financial Scamming: The Value of Early Intervention by Trading Standards

Fenge, L., 2016, Developing well-being theory in professional practice. Joint Social Work Education and Research Conference (JSWEC). The Open University, Milton Keynes

Lee, S and Fenge, L. 2016. Sexual Well-Being and Physical Disability. British Journal of Social Work, Volume 46, Issue 8, 1 December 2016, Pages 2263–2281. Doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcw107


2015, Sexual well-being in practice. Conference of Occupational Science in Europe, Bournemouth University.

Oliver, S., Burls, T., Fenge, LA., & Brown, K. (in press) Safeguarding Adults and Mass Marketing Fraud – perspectives from the Police, Trading Standards and the Voluntary Sector, Journal of Social and Family Welfare Law

Fenge, LA. Hodges, C., and Cutts, W. (in press) Performance Poetry as a method to understand disability,  FQS Forum: Qualitative Social Research Sozialforschung.

Olivier, S., Burls, T., Fenge, LA. and Brown K. (2015) ‘’Winning and losing’’: vulnerability to mass marketing fraud. Journal of Adult Protection, 360-370

Hean, S., Staddon, S., Fenge, LA, Clapper, A., Heaslip, V. and Jack, E. (2015) Improving collaborative practice to address offender mental health: criminal justice and mental health service professionals’ attitudes towards interagency training, current training needs and constraints, Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education , 5(1) 

Fenge, LA., Howe, K., Hughes, M., and Thomas, G. (2014) The Social Work Portfolio: A student’s guide to evidencing your practice, Open University Press


Keen, S., Brown, K., Holroyd, J. and Rosenorn-Lanng, E., 2014. Evaluating the impact of the IPOP (improving personal and organisational performance) programme:An introductory leadership and management development module for social work managers. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 17 (1), 64-82.

Hean, S., Staddon, S., Clapper, A., Fenge, L.A., Heaslip, V.and Jack, E., 2014. Improving collaborative practice to address offender mental health: criminal justice and mental health service professionals’ attitudes towards interagency training, current training needs and constraints,. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education.

Hodges, C.E.M., Fenge, L.-A.and Cutts, W., 2014. Challenging Perceptions of Disability through Performance Poetry Methods: The “Seen but Seldom Heard” Project. Disability and Society.


Fenge-Davies, L., 2013. Developing understanding of same sex partner bereavement for older lesbian and gay people: implications for social work practice,. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.

Hean, S., Fenge, L.-A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C.and Fearnley, S., 2013. Keeping informed during times of economic down turn: the trusted amateur as a preferred source of financial information. Public Money and Management.

Jones, K., Fenge, L.-A., Read, R.and Cash, M., 2013. Collecting Older Lesbians’ and Gay Men’s Stories of Rural Life in South West England and Wales: “We Were Obviously Gay Girls … (So) He Removed His Cow From Our Field”. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 14 (2).


Fenge, L.-A., Hean, S., Worswick, L., Ersser, S., Wilkinson, C.and Fearnley, S., 2012. The impact of the economic recession on well-being and quality of life of older people. Health and Social Care in the Community, 20 (6), 617-624.

Fenge, L.-A.and Jones, K., 2012. Gay and pleasant land? exploring sexuality, ageing and rurality in a multi-method, performative project. British Journal of Social Work, 42 (2), 300-317.

Fenge, L.-A., Hean, S., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C. and Fearnley, S., 2012. The impact of the economic recession on wellbeing and quality of life of older people. Health and Social Care in the Community.

Hean, S., Fenge, L.-A., Worswick, L., Wilkinson, C.and Fearnley, S., 2012. Intersectoral interagency partnerships to promote financial capability in older people. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 26 (5), 419-421.

Parker, J.and Galpin, D., 2012. Safeguarding adults with a learning disability in England and Wales: money, markets, and ethically sustainable care. Journal of Care Services Management, 6 (4), 149-155.


Fenge, L.-A., 2011. ‘A second chance at learning but it’s not quite higher education’: experience of a foundation degree. Journal of Further and Higher Education.

Fenge, L.-A., Fannin, A. and Hicks, T., 2011. Co-production in scholarly activity: valuing the social capital of lay people and volunteers. Journal of Social Work.

Fenge, L.-A., 2011. Enhancing the doctoral journey: the role of Group Supervision in supporting collaborative learning and creativity,. Studies in Higher Education

Fenge, L. and Hicks, C., 2011. Hidden lives: the importance of recognizing the needs and experiences of older lesbians and gay men within healthcare practice,. Diversity in Health and Care, 8, 147-154

Fenge, L.-A., 2011. Financial Education for Social Workers: older people and the recession,. Social Work Education.

Fenge, L.-A., Hodges, C.E.M.and Cutts, W., 2011. Seen But Seldom Heard: Creative Participatory Methods in a Study of Youth and Risk. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10, 418-430.

Keen, S., Parker, J., Rutter, L., Williams, S.and Brown, K., 2011. Practice Education: Where next? Journal of Practice Teaching and Learning, 10, 63-88.

Warren, A., Thomas, G., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Fenge, L.-A.and Brown, K., 2011. ‘They’ve got it!’ – social work students’ understanding of service user and carer perspectives. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work.


Bates, N., Immins, T., Parker, J., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Brown, K. and Zsigo, S., 2010. ‘Baptism of fire’: The first year in the life of a newly qualified social worker. Social Work Education, 29, 152-170

Fenge, L.-A., Jones, K. and Read, R., 2010. Connecting participatory methods in a study of older lesbian and gay citizens in rural areas. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 9, 320-333

Fenge, L.-A., 2010. Sense and sensibility: making sense of a professional doctorate. Reflective Practice, 11 (5), 645-656.

Gray, I., Parker, J., Rutter, L.and Williams, S., 2010. Developing communities of practice: a strategy for effective leadership, management and supervision in social work. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 14, 20-36.

Parker, J., 2010. Approved social worker to approved mental health professional: evaluating the impact of changes within education and training. The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 5 (2), 19-26.

Warren, A., Calvin Thomas, G., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Fenge, L.-A.and Brown, K., 2010. ‘They’ve got it!’ Social work students’ understanding of service user and carer perspectives. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work, 10, 45-58.


Bates, N., Immins, T., Parker, J., Keen, S., Rutter, L., Brown, K.and Zsigo, S., 2009. ‘Baptism of Fire’: The First Year in the Life of a Newly Qualified Social Worker. Social Work Education, 28 ifi, 1-19.

Fenge, L.-A., 2009. Diversity within the Health Service workforce: raising the aspirations of migrant housekeeping workers. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 14, 19-29.

Fenge, L.-A., Fannin, A., Hicks, T., Armstrong, A. and Taylor, V., 2009. Lifting the Lid on sexuality and ageing: the voices of volunteer researchers. Qualitative Social Work, 8, 509-524.

Fenge, L.-A. and Fannin, A., 2009. Sexuality and Bereavement: Implications for Practice with Older Lesbians and Gay Men. Practice: Social Work in Action, 21, 35-36

Lee, S. 2009. The rising profile of informal care: modernisation and the future of carers’ services. In Galpin, D. and Bates, N. (eds). Social Work Practice with Adults. Exeter: Learning Matters.


Brown, K., McCloskey, C., Galpin, D., Keen, S.and Immins, T., 2008. Evaluating the impact of post-qualifying social work education. Social Work Education, 27, 853-867.

Fenge, L.-A., 2008. Striving towards Inclusive Research: An Example of Participatory Action Research with Older Lesbians and Gay Men. British Journal of Social Work.


Brown, K.and Young, N., 2007. Building Capacity for service user and carer involvement in social work education. Social Work Education, 27, 84-96.

Galpin, D. and Parker, J., 2007. Adult protection in mental health and inpatient settings: an analysis of the recognition of adult abuse and use of adult protection procedures in working with vulnerable adults. The Journal of Adult Protection, 9 (2), 6-14

Hatton, A., Brown, K.and Parker, J., 2007. Why we must keep our all-rounders. Professional Social Work, 10-11.

Ward, R.J., River, L. and Fenge, L.-A., 2007. Neither Silent nor Invisible: A Comparison of Two Participative Projects Involving Older Lesbians and Gay Men in the United Kingdom. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 20.


Fenge, L.-A., 2006. Empowering older volunteers: learning to research. Research Policy and Planning, 24, 13-23.

Parker, J., Hughes, M.and Rutter, L., 2006. ‘Shadowing’ and its place in preparing students for practice learning. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work, 7, 49-69.

Rutter, L., 2006. Supporting reflective practice-based learning and assessment for postqualifying social work. Reflective Practice, 7, 469-482.

Rutter, L., 2006. Skills support for post-qualifying education: tailoring programmes to meet student needs. Social Work Education, 25, 279-287.


Brown, K., Fenge, L.-A.and Young, N., 2005. Researching reflective practice: an example from PQSW education. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 10, 389-402.

Brown, K., Young, N. and Keen, S., 2005. Stay and play: transforming healthcare delivery. Children & Society, 19, 42-53.


Brown, K.and Keen, S., 2004. Post-qualifying awards in social work (part 1): necessary evil or panacea?Social Work Education, 23, 77-92.

Brown, K., Young, N. and Keen, S., 2004. In deep water. Care and health, 64, 28-29.


Sharples, S., Galvin, K.T., Holloway, I. and Brown, K., 2003. The impact of training: an evaluation of an ‘introduction to management’ course for social services staff. Learning in Health and Social Care, 2, 37-50.


Fenge, L.-A., 2002. Practising partnership – participative enquiry with older people. Social Work Education, 21, 171-181

Matthews, M. and Rutter, L., 2002. InfoSkills: An holistic approach to online user education. The Electronic Library, 20, 29-34.


Fenge, L.-A., 2001. Empowerment and community care – projecting the voice of older people. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 23, 427-439.

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