Find out more about some of our work in this selection of research articles from peer-reviewed journals and other publications.


Visual artsUniting resilience with an inequalities approach (external link)

Reference: Hart, A., Gagnon, E., Eryigit-Madzwamuse, S., Cameron, J., Aranda, K., Rathbone, A., & Heaver, B. (2016). Uniting resilience research and practice with a health inequalities approach. SAGE Open, 6(4), 1-15. doi: 10.1177/2158244016682477


Visual artsImpacts between researchers and community partners (pdf)

Reference: Macpherson, H. M., Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2014). Impacts between academic researchers and community partners: some critical reflections on impact agendas in a ‘visual arts for resilience’ research project. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 13(1), 27-32. ISSN: 14929732.


Schools reviewResilience-based programs for schools (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2013). Evaluating resilience-based programs for schools using a systematic consultative review. Journal of Child and Youth Development, 1(1), 27-53.


Mobilising knowledgeMobilising knowledge in Community-University Partnerships (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., Davies, C., Aumann, K., Wenger, E., Aranda, K., Heaver, B., & Wolff, D. (2013). Mobilising knowledge in community-university partnerships: What does a community of practice approach contribute? Contemporary Social Science: Special Issue. 8(3), 278-291. doi:10.1080/21582041.2013.767470.


Community arts Building resilience through community arts practice (pdf)

Macpherson, H., Hart, A., & Heaver, B. (2012). Building resilience through community arts practice [Project Report]. Brighton: Arts & Humanities Research Council Connected Communities.


Resilient TherapyResilient Therapy with children in crisis (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., Blincow, D., with Thomas, H. (2008). Resilient Therapy: Strategic therapeutic engagement with children in crisis. Child Care in Practice, 4(2), 131-145.


Adoption supportAdoptive family life and adoption support (pdf)

Reference: Luckock, B., & Hart, A. (2005). Adoptive family life and adoption support: Policy ambivalence and the development of effective services. Child and Family Social Work, 10(2), 125-134.


health inequalitiesMaking health inequalities worse not better (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., & Freeman, M. (2005). Health “care” interventions: Making inequalities worse, not better? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 49(5), 502-512.


Inequalities imaginationUse of imagination with disadvantaged clients (pdf)

Reference: Hall, V., & Hart, A. (2004). The use of imagination in professional education to enable learning about disadvantaged clients. Learning in Health and Social Care, 3(4), 190-202. doi:10.1111/j.1473-6861.2004.00074.x.


Inequalities imaginationHelping professionals develop an “inequalities imagination” (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., Hall, V., & Henwood, F. (2003) ‘Helping health and social care professionals develop an “inequalities imagination”: A model for use in education and practice.’ Journal of Advanced Nursing, 41(5), 480-9. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2648.2003.02555.x.


Inequalities in healthInequalities in health care provision (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., & Lockey, R. (2002) ‘Inequalities in health care provision: The relationship between contemporary policy and practice in the maternity services, England.’ Journal of Advanced Nursing, 37(5), 485-493.


Parent co-therapyIndirect treatment of fostered and adopted children (pdf)

Reference: Hart, A., & Thomas, H. (2000). Controversial attachments: The indirect treatment of fostered and adopted children via Parent-Co-Therapy. Attachment and Human Development, 2(3), 306-327.