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Nursing and Allied Health

Ms Elaine Aspinwall-Roberts

Ms Elaine Aspinwall-Roberts

Telephone: 0151 231 4556

Publications

Internet Publications

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2015. Guide to conducting effective assessments with adults

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2014. Research review - Eligibility criteria for social care: lessons from Fair Access to Care Services

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2012. Don't be a slave to the social work assessment form

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2012. How social workers can cut personalisation's red tape

Books

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2012. Assessments In Social Work With Adults Open University Press. Berkshire 9780335245215

Journal Articles

Aspinwall-Roberts E, Kinney M. 2010. The use of self and role-play in social work education Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 5 :27-33 >DOI

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2009. Stepping into academic life from practice In Focus: The Higher Education Academy,

Other

Aspinwall-Roberts E. 2008. Stability breeds quality Community Care,

Aspinwall-Roberts E. How eligibility criteria should inform social work practice with adults. Research Focus Community Care,

Aspinwall-Roberts E. Social work support for people who self-neglect: wise up on the latest research to help your practice. Research Focus,

Aspinwall-Roberts E. How social workers can cut personalisation's red tape’ Community Care,

Aspinwall-Roberts E. The underfunding of social work puts children’s lives at risk The Guardian,

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: PhD Scholarship 3yrs, Multi-disciplinary approaches to working with people who self-neglect, Awarding body: LJMU

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: 'Natural growth or clumsy graft? Does self-neglect 'fit' as part of adult safeguarding?', Conference title: Care Act seminar, Merseycare, Place/location of conference: Liverpool, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: 'Developing shared professional understandings of self-neglect and multi-agency interventions: A professionalising action research project', Conference title: Public Management and Administration postgraduate conference, Place/location of conference: University of Liverpool, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: 'Natural growth or clumsy graft: Does self-neglect 'fit' as part of adult safeguarding?', Conference title: 'Organic Collaborations', Place/location of conference: Titanic Hotel, Liverpool, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: 'Developing shared professional understandings of self-neglect and multi-agency interventions: A professionalising action research project, Conference title: LJMU Graduate School conference, Place/location of conference: LJMU, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: 'Developing shared professional understandings of self-neglect and multi-agency interventions: a professionalising action research project', Conference title: Cheshire and Wirral Partnership research day, Place/location of conference: Countess of Chester hospital, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: 'Contemplating the Other: interdisciplinary perspectives for contemporary health and social care, Conference title: 'Ethics of inclusion', Place/location of conference: Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: ‘I try not to breathe when I go in’ Managing reactions when working with people who self-neglect, Conference title: 'Atmospheres', Place/location of conference: Morgan Centre for Research in Everyday Lives, University of Manchester, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Other Professional Activity:

Describe the Professional Activities: Delivery of annual Fair Access to Care eligibility criteria training for Liverpool City council staff, 2011-2014.

Describe the Professional Activities: Delivery of self-neglect training for City of York social work staff, Nov 2013 & Oct 2015.

Describe the Professional Activities: Safeguarding and the Care Act 2014: Training delivered to over 330 staff in 8 local authorities in the North West of England, June and October 2015.