Roger Beech

Title: Reader In Research Development
Phone: 01782 672691
Email: r.beech@keele.ac.uk
Location: CEC - SF34
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Since March 2015, I have been a Reader in Research Development in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Keele University. This is a part time position, through which I provide high level academic support to promote research and evaluation capacity building across the School of Nursing and Midwifery.

Prior to my retirement from full-time academic life at the end of 2014, I was a Reader in Health Services Research within the Research Institute for Primary Care and Health Sciences, Keele University, the Director of the NIHR Research Design Service West Midlands (Keele University Hub) and the Associate Director of Public Health (Research) for Cheshire East Council. I also held an Honorary Contract with Public Health England as a Public Health Academic (Health Services Research).

My research expertise and interests surround the design and evaluation of services and innovations for promoting improvements in the health, wellbeing and independence of older people. This research area primarily embraces community based services and innovations (offered by health, local authority and third sector organisations) which aim to maintain or improve the health of older people and reduce their needs for health and social care.

My research portfolio also covers initiatives that aim to improve the integration of health and social care services.  Projects on which I was either the Lead or Co-Investigator include: a study into ways of promoting the independence and social engagement of older people living in disadvantaged communities (funded by Economic and Social Research Council New Dynamics of Ageing Programme); a local evaluation of Wigan Council’s Partnerships for Older People Project (POPP) (funded by Wigan Council (I was also a member of the national POPP evaluation team, funded by the Department of Heath)); a study of the impact of governance and incentives on the unplanned hospital admissions of older people (funded by the NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation R&D Programme).

Selected Publications

  • Longson KJ and Beech R. 2017. The long-term impact of childhood wartime trauma on anxiety in later life: an exploration of the literature. Mental Heath Practice.
  • Brewer AI, Beech R, Simbani N. 2017. Using de-escalation strategies to prevent aggressive behaviour. Mental Health Practice.
  • Beech R, Ong BN, Jones S, Edwards V. 2017. ‘’Delivering person-centred holistic care for older people". Quality in Ageing and Older Adults. doi>
  • Piggot R, Cook E, Foster F, Ralphs A, Teece L, Beech R. 2016. Promoting best practice in COPD management. The British Journal of Primary Care Nursing Online, vol. 1(6).
  • Ashby SM and Beech R. 2016. Addressing the Healthcare Needs of an Ageing Population The Need for an Integrated Solution. International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine and Public Health, vol. 8(4), 268-271.

Full Publications List show

Books

  • Vissers JMH and Beech R. Vissers JMH and Beech R (Eds.). 2005. Health Operations Management. London: Routledge.
  • Roe B and BEECH R. 2005. Intermediate and continuing care: policy and practice. Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Wolfe CDA, Rudd A, Beech R. Wolfe CDA, Rudd A, Beech R (Eds.). 1996. Stroke services and research: an overview with recommendations for future research.

Journal Articles

  • Longson KJ and Beech R. 2017. The long-term impact of childhood wartime trauma on anxiety in later life: an exploration of the literature. Mental Heath Practice.
  • Brewer AI, Beech R, Simbani N. 2017. Using de-escalation strategies to prevent aggressive behaviour. Mental Health Practice.
  • Beech R, Ong BN, Jones S, Edwards V. 2017. ‘’Delivering person-centred holistic care for older people". Quality in Ageing and Older Adults. doi>
  • Piggot R, Cook E, Foster F, Ralphs A, Teece L, Beech R. 2016. Promoting best practice in COPD management. The British Journal of Primary Care Nursing Online, vol. 1(6).
  • Ashby SM and Beech R. 2016. Addressing the Healthcare Needs of an Ageing Population The Need for an Integrated Solution. International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine and Public Health, vol. 8(4), 268-271.
  • Ashby SM and Beech R. 2016. Exploring older peoples’ perceptions of their pathways through healthcare: an embedded multi-case study. International Journal of Collaborative Research on Internal Medicine and Public Health.
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Taylor R, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Blackburn S, Hughes R, Ong BN. 2016. Patient and public involvement in primary care research - an example of ensuring its sustainability. Res Involv Engagem, vol. 2, 1. link> doi>
  • Prior Y, Beech R, Wilkie R. 2015. Self-care disability in older adults with Osteoarthritis: a systematic review. Journal of Rheumatology Occupational Therapy, vol. 29(1), 25-29.
  • Prior Y, Beech R, Wilkie R. 2015. Self-care disability in older adults with Osteoarthritis: a systematic review. Journal of Rheumatology Occupational Therapy, vol. 29(1), 25-29.
  • Foster F, Piggott R, Riley L, Beech R. 2015. Working with primary care clinicians and patients to introduce strategies for increasing referrals for pulmonary rehabilitation. Primary health care research & development, 1-12. doi>
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Hughes R, Blackburn S, Ong BN. 2013. Sustaining patient and public involvement in research: A case study of a research centre. J Care Serv Manag, vol. 7(4), 146-154. link> doi>
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Hughes R, Blackburn S, Ong BN. 2013. Sustaining patient and public involvement in research: A case study of a research centre. J Care Serv Manag, vol. 7(4), 146-154. link> doi>
  • Sheaff R, Windle K, Wistow G, Ashby S, Beech R, Dickinson A, Henderson C, Knapp M. 2014. Reducing emergency bed-days for older people? Network governance lessons from the 'Improving the Future for Older People' programme. Soc Sci Med, vol. 106, 59-66. link> doi>
  • Pooler A and Beech R. 2014. Examining the relationship between anxiety and depression and exacerbations of COPD which result in hospital admission: a systematic review. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis, vol. 9, 315-330. link> doi>
  • Beech R, Henderson C, Ashby S, Dickinson A, Sheaff R, Windle K, Wistow G, Knapp M. 2013. Does integrated governance lead to integrated patient care? Findings from the innovation forum. Health Soc Care Community, vol. 21(6), 598-605. link> doi>
  • Carter P, Beech R, Coxon D, Thomas MJ, Jinks C. 2013. Mobilising the experiential knowledge of clinicians, patients and carers for applied health-care research. Contemporary Social Science, vol. 3(8), 307-320.
  • Beech R and Murray M. 2013. Social engagement and healthy ageing in disadvantaged communities. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, vol. 14(1), 12-24. doi>
  • Beech R, Roe B, Beech B, Russell W, Harris M, Gent D. 2012. An evaluation of Wigan Council’s Partnership for Older People Project. Research Policy and Planning: the Journal of the Social Services Research Group, vol. 21(6), 598-605.
  • Roe B, Beech R, Harris M, Beech B, Russell W, Gent D, Lord K, Dickinson A. 2012. Improving Quality of Life for Older People in the community: Findings from a local partnership for older people project (POPP). Primary Health Care Research and Development, 200-213. doi>
  • Beech R, Devilliers R, Thorniley-Jones H, Welch H, Douglas C, Roe B, Russell W, Russell M. 2010. Promoting evidence informed service development: a study of falls services in Cheshire. Primary Health Care Research & Development, vol. 11(3), 222-232. doi>
  • Clarkson P, Challis D, Davies S, Donnelly M, Beech R, Takayuki H. 2010. Comparing How to Compare: An Evaluation of Alternative Performance Measurement Systems in the Field of Social Care. Evaluation, vol. 16(1), 59-79. doi>
  • Clarkson P, Davies S, Challis D, Donnelly M, Beech R. 2009. Has social care performance in England improved? An analysis of performance ratings across social services organisations. Policy Studies, vol. 30(4), 403-422. doi>
  • Roe B, Howell F, Riniotis K, Beech R, Crome P, Ong BN. 2009. Older people and falls: health status, quality of life, lifestyle, care networks, prevention and views on service use following a recent fall. J Clin Nurs, vol. 18(16), 2261-2272. link> doi>
  • Russell M, Roe B, Beech R, Russell W. 2009. Service developments for managing people with long-term conditions using case management approaches, an example from the UK. Int J Integr Care, vol. 9, e02. link>
  • Roe B, Howell F, Riniotis K, Beech R, Crome P, Ong BN. 2008. Older people's experience of falls: understanding, interpretation and autonomy. J Adv Nurs, vol. 63(6), 586-596. link> doi>
  • Scott F, BEECH R, Smedley F, Timmis L, Stokes E, Jones P, Roffe C, Bowling T. 2005. Prospective randomised controlled single-blind trial of the costs and consequences of systematic nutrition team follow-up over 12 months after percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy. Nutrition, vol. 21, 1071-1077. doi>
  • Beech R, Russell W, Little R, Sherlow-Jones S. 2004. An evaluation of a multidisciplinary team for intermediate care at home. Int J Integr Care, vol. 4, e02. link>
  • Beech R, McDowell S, Wood G. 2004. Investigating services for palliative care in Central Cheshire PCT. Clinical Governance Bulletin, vol. 5(4), 7-9.
  • Gulliford M, Figueroa-Munoz J, Morgan M, Hughes D, Gibson B, Beech R, Hudson M. 2002. What does 'access to health care' mean?. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, vol. 7(3), 186/188.
  • Grieve R, Dundas R, Beech R, Wolfe C. 2001. The development and use of a method to compare the costs of acute stroke across Europe. Age Ageing, vol. 30(1), 67-72. link> doi>
  • McKevitt CJ, Beech R, Pound P, Rudd AG, Wolfe CDA, Stroke BIIES. 2000. Putting stroke outcomes into context - Assessment of variations in the processes of care. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, vol. 10(2), 120-126. link> doi>
  • McEvitt C, Dundas R, Beech R, Wolfe CDA. 2000. Two simple questions to assess outcome: a European study. Cerebrovascular Disorders, vol. 10(S2), 10.
  • Beech R, Rudd AG, Tilling K, Wolfe CD. 1999. Economic consequences of early inpatient discharge to community-based rehabilitation for stroke in an inner-London teaching hospital. Stroke, vol. 30(4), 729-735. link> doi>
  • Lang T, Liberati A, Tampieri A, Fellin G, Gonsalves MDL, Lorenzo S, Pearson M, Beech R, Santos-Eggimann B. 1999. A European version of the Appropriateness Evaluation Protocol. Goals and presentation. The BIOMED I Group on Appropriateness of Hospital Use. Int J Technol Assess Health Care, vol. 15(1), 185-197. link> doi>
  • Wolfe CDA, Tilling K, Beech R, Rudd AG. 1999. Variations in case-fatality and dependency from stroke in West and central Europe. Stroke, vol. 30, 350-6.
  • Lorenzo S, Beech R, Lang T, Santos-Eggimann B. 1999. An experience of utilisation review in Europe: sequel to a BIOMED project. The International Journal for Quality in Health Care, vol. 11(1), 13-19.
  • Rudd A, Wolfe C, Tilling K, Beech R. 1998. Early discharge after stroke - Use of Barthel index was not appropriate - Reply. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, vol. 316(7138), 1169. link>
  • Rona R, Smeeton J, Beech R, Sharland G, Barnett A. 1998. Antenatal screening for severe malformations of the heart and maternal distress. Acta Paediatrica, vol. 87, 201-5.
  • Mejia A, Shirazi R, Beech R, Balmer D. 1998. Planning midwifery services to deliver continuity of care. Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 49, 33-41.
  • West P, Maisey MN, Beech R. 1997. Economics of imaging undergoes close scrutiny. Diagnostic Imaging Europe, 25-30.
  • Wilkinson PR, Wolfe CDA, Warburton FG, Rudd AG, Howard RS, Ross-Russel RW, Beech R. 1997. Longer term quality of life and outcome in stroke patients: is the Barthel index alone an adequate measure of outcome?. Quality in Health Care, vol. 6, 125-30.
  • Wilkinson PR, Wolfe CDA, Warburton FG, Rudd AG, Howard RS, Ross-Russel RW, Beech R. 1997. Long-term follow-up of stroke patients. Stroke, vol. 28, 507-12.
  • Rudd AG, Wolfe CDA, Tilling K, Beech R. 1997. Randomised controlled trial to evaluate early discharge scheme for patients with stroke. British Medical Journal, vol. 315, 1039-44.
  • Wolfe CDA, Rudd R, Beech R. 1997. Stroke and stroke care in Europe. Current medical literature: Health Care of Older People, vol. 10(1), 3-8.
  • Wolfe CDA, Stojcevic N, Rudd AG, Warburton FG, Beech R. 1997. The uptake and costs of guidelines for stroke in a district of Southern England. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, vol. 51, 520-25.
  • Beech R, Ratcliffe M, Tilling K, Wolfe C. 1996. Hospital services for stroke care: a European perspective. Stroke, vol. 27, 1958-64.
  • Beech R and Bekker H. 1996. Planning the development of cystic fibrosis gene carrier screening. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, vol. 1(2), 81-92.
  • Viberti GC, Marshall S, Beech R, Brown V, Derben P, Higson N, Home P, Keen H, Plant M, Walls J. 1996. Report on renal disease in diabetes. Diabetic Medicine, vol. 13(Suppl 4), S6-S13.
  • Mackay S, Traill P, Watson C, Beech R, Wolfe CDA, Rudd AG. 1995. Stroke rehabilitation: service delivery options and innovations. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, vol. 2, Article 9.
  • Wolfe CDA, Beech R, Rudd A, Ratcliffe M. 1995. Stroke care in Europe - can we learn lessons from the different ways stroke is managed in different countries. Journal of the Royal Society of Health, vol. 115, 143-7.
  • McDermott C and Beech R. 1995. Implications for the funding of the service costs of research and evaluation in the new British NHS. European Journal of Public Health, vol. 5, 130-5.
  • Withey C, Morris R, Beech R. 1995. Outcome following fractured neck of femur - variation in acute hospital care or casemix?. Journal of Public Health Medicine, vol. 17(4), 429-37.
  • Wolfe CDA, Rudd A, Beech R. 1995. Stroke audit package. Journal of Royal college of Physicians, vol. 29, 67-8.
  • Beech R, Withey C, Morris R. 1995. Understanding variations in lengths of stay between hospitals for fractured neck of femur patients and the potential consequences of reduced stay targets. Journal of Public Health Medicine, vol. 17(1), 77-84.
  • Beech R. 1995. Using Operational Research modelling to improve the provision of health services: the case of DNA Technology. International Journey of Epidemiology, vol. 24(Suppl 1), S90-S95.
  • Wolfe CDA, Taub NA, Bryan S, Beech R, Warburton F, Burney PGJ. 1995. Variations in the incidence, management and outcome of stroke in residents under the age of 76 in two health districts of Southern England. Journal of Public Health Medicine, vol. 17(4), 411-8.
  • Rona RJ, Beech R, Mandalia S, Donnai D, Kingston H, Harris R, Wilson O, Axtell C, Swan AV, Kavanagh F. 1994. The influence of genetic counselling in the era of DNA testing on knowledge, reproductive intentions and psychological well-being. Clinical Genetics, vol. 46, 198-204.
  • Beech R, Rona R, Mandalia S. 1994. The resource implications and service outcomes of genetic services in the context of DNA technology. Health Policy, vol. 26, 171-190.
  • Rona RJ and Beech R. 1993. History of an evaluation: genetic services and the introduction of DNA probes. Journal of Public Health Medicine, vol. 15(2), 185-91.
  • Beech R. 1993. L'organizzazione Sanitaria a Londra. Salute e Territorio, vol. 84, 14-17.
  • Beech R, Melia JW, Mandalia S, Mays NB, Swan AV. 1993. Purchasing services for End Stage Renal Failure: the potential and limitations of existing information sources. Health Trends, vol. 25(2), 60-64.
  • Beech R, Rona RJ, Swan AV, Wilson OM, Mandalia S. 1992. A methodology for simulating the impact of DNA probe services on the outcome of pregnancies. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, vol. 8(3), 539-45.
  • Beech R and Morgan M. 1992. Constraints on innovatory practice: the case of day surgery in the NHS. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, vol. 7, 133-48.
  • Rona RJ, Swan AV, Beech R, Wilson OM, Kavanagh F, Brown C, Axtell C, Mandalia S. 1992. DNA probe technology: implications for service planning in Britain. Clinical Genetics, vol. 42, 186-95.
  • Morgan M, Beech R, Reynolds A, Swan AV, Devlin HB. 1992. Surgeons' views on day surgery: Is there a consensus among providers?. Journal of Public Health Medicine, vol. 14(2), 192-8.
  • Morgan M, Reynolds A, Swan AV, Beech R, Devlin HB. 1991. Are current techniques and inguinal hernia repair optimal? A survey in the UK. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, vol. 73, 341-5.
  • Bryan S and Beech R. 1991. Cost information in a provider market for health care: a note. Financial Accountancy and Management, vol. 7(2), 99-106.
  • Melia RJW, Beech R, Swan AV. 1991. Incidence of advanced renal failure. British Medical Journal, vol. 302, 51-2.
  • Beech R, Brough RL, Fitzsimmons BA. 1990. The development of a decision support system for planning services within hospitals. Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 41(11), 955-1006.
  • Beech R and Larkinson J. 1990. Estimating the financial savings from maintaining the level of acute services with fewer hospital beds. International Journal of Health Planning and Management, vol. 5(2), 89-103.
  • Beech R and Fitzsimmons BA. 1990. The application of a decision support system for planning services within hospitals. Journal of the Operational Research Society, vol. 41(12), 1089-94.
  • Rona RJ, Swan AV, Beech R, Prentice L, Reynolds A, Wilson OM, Mole G, Vadera P. 1989. Demand for DNA probe testing in three genetic centres in Britain (August 1986 to July 1987). Journal of Medical Genetics, vol. 26, 226-36.
  • Beech R, Rona RJ, Swan AV, Kavanagh FB, Prentice L, Wilson OM, Mole G, Vadera P. 1989. Genetic services in the context of DNA probes: What do they cost?. Journal of Medical Genetics, vol. 26, 237-44.
  • Beech R, Craig M, Bevan RG. 1987. Estimating catchment populations: implications for target allocations. Hospital and Health Services Review, vol. 83, 77-80.
  • Beech R, Challah S, Ingram RH. 1987. Impact of cuts in acute beds on services for patients. British Medical Journal, vol. 294, 685-8.
  • Beech R, Brewer AI, Simbani N. A literature review to examine the effectiveness of de-escalation strategies for the prevention and de-escalation of violent and aggressive behaviour. Mental Health Practice.
  • Foster F, Piggott R, Teece L, Beech R. 2016. Patients with COPD tell their stories about living with the long-term condition: an innovative and powerful way to impact primary health care professionals' attitudes and behaviour?. Education for primary care : an official publication of the Association of Course Organisers, National Association of GP Tutors, World Organisation of Family Doctors, 1-6. doi>

Chapters

  • Beech R. 2015. Health and social care services for older people: achievements, challenges and future directions. In Geriatric Medicine: an evidence-based approach. Lally F and Roffe C (Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Beech R, Roe B, Russell M, Beech B, Gent D. 2010. Researching organisations: evaluating a "partnership for older people project". In Healthcare Research - A Handbook for Students and Practitioners. Roberts P (Ed.). Wiley.
  • Vissers JMH and BEECH R. 2005. Chain logistics: analysis of care chains. In Health Operations Management. JMH V and Beech R (Eds.). London: Routledge.
  • Vissers JMH, BEECH R, De Vries G. 2005. Challenges for health operations management and change management. In Health Operations Management. JMH V and Beech R (Eds.). London: Routledge.
  • BEECH R. 2005. Evidence on effectiveness of intermediate care. In Intermediate and continuing care: policy and practice. Roe B and Beech R (Eds.). Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Vissers JMH and BEECH R. 2005. Health OM: basic concepts and approaches. In Health Operations Management. JMH V and Beech R (Eds.). London: Routledge.
  • BEECH R. 2005. Identifying the need and scope for intermediate care. In Intermediate and continuing care: policy and practice. Roe B and Beech R (Eds.). Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Roe B and BEECH R. 2005. Implications for policy and practice: the future. In Intermediate and continuing care: policy and practice. Roe B and Beech R (Eds.). Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Beech R, Gulliford MC, Roderick P. 2004. Renal disease. In Health Care Needs Assessment: the epidemiologically based needs assessment reviews. First series, second edition, volume 1. Stevens A, Raftery J, Mant J, Simpson S (Eds.). Radcliffe Medical Press, Oxford.
  • BEECH R. 2003. Organisational barriers to access. In Access to Health care. Gulliford M and Morgan M (Eds.). Routledge.
  • BEECH R, Dundas R, Inzitari D, Kunze K, Bhalla A, Heuschmann P. 2001. Variations in the processes of care for stroke: implications for quality improvements. In Stroke services: policy and practice across Europe. Wolfe C, McEvitt C, Rudd A (Eds.). Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press.
  • Wolfe CDA and Beech R. 1999. Effective management options in women's health care. In Contraception and Office Gynaecology: choices in reproductive healthcare. Kubba A, Sanfilippo J, Hampton N (Eds.). London: WB Saunders.
  • Beech R, Mejia A, Shirazi R. 1997. A decision-support system for planning continuity of midwifery services. In Enhancing decision making in the NHS: the role of decision support systems. Cropper S and Forte P (Eds.). Buckingham, Philadelphia: University Press.
  • Beech R. 1996. Current service provision for stroke. In Stroke services and research: an overview with recommendations for future research. Wolfe CDA, Rudd A, Beech R (Eds.). London: The Stroke Association.
  • Beech R. 1996. Economic evaluation of stroke care. In Stroke services and research: an overview with recommendations for future research. Wolfe CDA, Rudd A, Beech R (Eds.). London: The Stroke Association.
  • Beech R, Gulliford M, Mays N, Melia J, Roderick P, Beech R. 1994. Renal Disease. In Health care needs assessment: The epidemiology based needs assessment reviews. Vol 1. Stevens A and Raftery J (Eds.). Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press.
  • Beech R, Bevan G, Mays N. 1990. Spatial inequity in the NHS: the death and rebirth of RAWP. In Health Care UK. Harrison T (Ed.). Newbury: Policy Journals.
  • Beech R and Brough R. 1986. Computer aid to hospital planning. In International Hospital Federation Official Yearbook 1986. London: Sabrecrown.
  • Beech R and Brough R. 1986. Hospital option appraisal: a computer aid. In Current Perspectives in Health Care Computing. Bryant JL, Roberts J, Windsor P (Eds.). Weybridge: British Computer Society.
  • Grieve R, Haidinger G, Purina I, BEECH R. Costing care across Europe. Wolfe C, McEvitt C, Rudd A (Eds.). 2001: Radcliffe Medical Press.

Other

  • Pooler A and Beech R. 2013. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION TO EXACERBATIONS OF COPD RESULTING IN HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS; A NARRATIVE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. THORAX (vol. 68, pp. A202-A203). link> doi>
  • Prior Y, Wilkie R, Beech R, Peat G. 2013. POPULATION BASED PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF SELF-CARE RESTRICTION IN OLDER ADULTS WITH JOINT PAIN. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 72, p. 777). link>
  • Beech R, Foster F, Piggott R. 2013. The role of targeted training and "patient power" in promoting integrated evidence based care for COPD. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTEGRATED CARE (vol. 13). link>
  • Beech R, Roe B, Russell W, Russell M. 2011. Designing integrated care pathways to facilitate acute hospital discharge: the role of routinely available statistics. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTEGRATED CARE (vol. 11). link>
  • Scharf T, Ziegler F, Beech R, Maslin-Prothero S, Murray M, Bailey J, Crummett A, Middling S. 2010. AGE RELATIONS IN LATE LIFE: RECONSIDERING DISCURSIVE DIFFERENCES. GERONTOLOGIST (vol. 50, p. 205). link>
  • Scharf T, Ziegler F, Beech R, Maslin-Prothero S, Murray M, Bailey J, Crummett A, Middling S. 2010. FROM EXCLUSION TO INCLUSION? CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH WITH OLDER PEOPLE. GERONTOLOGIST (vol. 50, p. 205). link>
  • Clarkson P, Davies S, Challis D, Donnelly M, Beech R. 2009. Has social care performance in England improved? An analysis of performance ratings across social services organisations. link> doi>
  • Beech R. 2004. The advanced handbook of methods in evidence based healthcare. link> doi>