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Wendy Mitchell

BA (Hons) (Warwick); MA (York); DPhil (York)

Research Fellow

 

 

Social Policy Research Interests

  • Disabled and/or chronically ill children, young adults and their families
  • Personalisation in adult social care
  • Family carers
  • Qualitative research methods, particularly methods facilitating communication with people with limited speech or who use alternative modes of communication

 

Social Policy Research Projects

 

Social Policy Advisory Positions

 

Wendy Mitchell's University Interest Groups

 

Wendy Mitchell's Publications

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2014

Ambiguity in practice? Carers' roles in personalised social care in England, 2014
Glendinning, C., Mitchell, W. and Brooks, J., Health and Social Care in the Community, 23, 1, 23-32.
Young people with high-functioning autism and Asperger's syndrome planning for and anticipating the move to college: what supports a positive transition?, 2014
Mitchell, W. and Beresford, B., British Journal of Special Education, 41, 2, 151-171.
Carers' roles in personal budgets: tensions and dilemmas in front line practice, (forthcoming)
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., British Journal of Social Work, (Available online from 30 March 2014).
Personalisation: where do carers fit?, 2014
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., pp. 65-74 in C. Needham and J. Glasby (eds.) Debates in Personalisation, Policy Press.
2013

Transition to Adult Services and Adulthood for Young People with Autistic Spectrum Conditions, 2013
Beresford, B., Moran, N., Sloper, P., Cusworth, L., Mitchell, W., Spiers, G., Weston, K. and Beecham, J., Working Paper, no: DH 2525.
Transition to adult services and adulthood for young people with autistic spectrum conditions, 2013
Beresford, B., Moran, N., Sloper, P., Cusworth, L., Mitchell, W., Spiers, G., Weston, K. and Beecham, J., Research Works, 2013-01, Social Policy Research Unit.
Carers and Personalisation, 2013
Glendinning, C., Mitchell, W. and Brooks, J., Discussion paper for the Department of Health, DH 2576, Social Policy Research Unit, 8 pages.
Carers and personalisation, 2013
Mitchell, W., Brooks, J. and Glendinning, C., SSCR Research Findings, NIHR, School for Social Care Research.
2012

Parents' accounts: factors considered when deciding how far to involve their son/daughter with learning disabilities in choice-making, 2012
Mitchell, W., Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 8, 1560-1569.
Perspectives of disabled young people with degenerative conditions on making choices with parents and peers, 2012
Mitchell, W., Qualitative Social Work, 11, 6, 621-643.
Updated Review of Risk and Adult Social Care in England, 2012
Mitchell, W., Baxter, K. and Glendinning, C., JRF Programme Paper.
2011

Making choices about medical interventions: the experiences of disabled young people with degenerative conditions, (forthcoming)
Mitchell, W., Health Expectations.
Making choices in my life: listening to the ideas and experiences of young people in the UK who communicate non-verbally, 2011
Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Children and Youth Services Review, 33, 4, 521-527.
Choice and change: how disabled young people with degenerative conditions and their parents make choices about care and services, 2011
Mitchell, W., Maddison, J. and Beresford, B., Research Works, 2011-05, Social Policy Research Unit.
2010

'I know how I feel': listening to young people with life-limiting conditions who have learning and communication impairments, 2010
Mitchell, W., Qualitative Social Work, 9, 2, 185-203.
2009

Working with children with learning disabilities and/or who communicate non-verbally: research experiences and their implications for social work education, increased participation and social inclusion, 2009
Mitchell, W., Franklin, A., Greco, V. and Bell, M., Social Work Education, 28, 3, 309-324.
An exemplary scheme? An evaluation of the Integrated Children's System, 2009
Shaw, I., Bell, M., Sinclair, I., Sloper, P., Mitchell, W., Dyson, P., Clayden, J. and Rafferty, J., British Journal of Social Work, 39, 4, 613-626.
2008

The role played by grandparents in family support and learning: considerations for mainstream and special schools, 2008
Mitchell, W., Support for Learning, 23, 3, 126-135.
Risk and adult social care: Identification, management and new policies. What does UK research evidence tell us?, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Glendinning, C., Health, Risk and Society, 10, 3, 297-315.
I'm okay, you're okay?: Reflections on the well-being and ethical requirements of researchers and research participants in conducting qualitative fieldwork interviews, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Irvine, A., International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 7, 4, 31-44.
Evaluation of the Pilot Programme of the Integrated Children's System: The disability study, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Social Policy Research Unit.
The Integrated Children's System and disabled children, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Research Works, 2008-1, Social Policy Research Unit.
The Integrated Children's System and disabled children, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Child and Family Social Work, 13, 3, 274-285.
The Integrated Children's System and disabled children: parents' and practitioners' initial experiences and evaluations, 2008
Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Care Matters: Transforming Lives - Improving Outcomes Conference, 7-9 July 2008, Keble College, Oxford, UK: Digest of Papers, pp. 216-19.
2007

The role of grandparents in intergenerational support for families with disabled children: a review of the literature, 2007
Mitchell, W., Child and Family Social Work, 12, 1, 94-101.
A Review of the Research Evidence Surrounding Risk Perceptions, Risk Management Strategies and their Consequences in Adult Social Care for Different Groups of Service Users, 2007
Mitchell, W. and Glendinning, C., Social Policy Research Unit.
2006

Care and support needs of children and young people with cancer and their parents, 2006
Mitchell, W., Clarke, S. and Sloper, P., Psycho-Oncology, 15, 9, 805-16.
2005

Psychosocial support services for children and young people with cancer and their families, 2005
Clarke, S., Mitchell, W. and Sloper, P., Research Works, 2005-01, Social Policy Research Unit.
Survey of psychosocial support provided by UK paediatric oncology centres, 2005
Mitchell, W., Clarke, S. and Sloper, P., Archives of Disease in Childhood, 90, 8, 796-800.
2004

Introduction: young people, risk and leisure - an overview , 2004
Bunton, R., Green, E. and Mitchell, W., pp.1-24 in Mitchell, W., Bunton, R. and Green, E. (eds.) Young People, Risk and Leisure: Constructing Identities in Everyday Life, Palgrave Macmillan.

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