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Tew, J., Gould, N., Abankwa, D., Barnes, H., Beresford, P., Carr, S., Copperman, J., Ramon, S., Rose, D., Sweeney, A. and Woodward, L., 2006. Values and methodologies for social research in mental health. Bristol: Policy Press.
Room, G., with Dencik, J., Gould, N., Winnett, A., Kamm, R., Powell, P., Vidgen, R. and Steyaert, J., 2005. The European Challenge: Innovation, policy learning and social cohesion in the new knowledge economy. Bristol: Policy Press.
Gould, N. and Baldwin, M., eds., 2004. Social Work, Critical Reflection and the Learning Organisation. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.
Shaw, I. and Gould, N., 2001. Qualitative Research in Social Work: Context and Method. London: Sage Publications Ltd.
Gould, N. and Moultrie, K., eds., 1997. Effective Policy, Planning and Implementation: Information Management in Social Services. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Gould, N. and Taylor, I., eds., 1996. Reflective learning for social work: Research, theory and practice. Aldershot: Arena.
Gould, N., 2010. Research for mental health social work practice. In: Gilbert, P., Bates, P., Carr, S., Clark, M., Gould, N. and Slay, G., eds. Social Work and Mental Health: The Value of Everything. Lyme Regis: Russell House Publishing, pp. 123-130.
Shaw, I. and Gould, N., 2010. The social work context for qualitative research. In: Gray, M. and Webb, S. A., eds. International Social Work. London: Sage Publications. (Sage Library of Social Welfare)
Gould, N., 2004. Qualitative Research and Best Attainable Knowledge For Social Work. In: Lovelock, R., Lyons, K. and Powell, J., eds. Reflecting on Social Work: Discipline and Profession. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 130-144. (Contemporary Social Work Studies)
Gould, N., 2003. The Caring Professions and Information Technology – In Search of A Theory. In: Webb, S. and Harlow, E., eds. Caring Professions and New Information Technologies. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Gould, N., 2000. Personal construct psychology and the transfer of learning. In: Cree, V. E. and Macaulay, C., eds. Transfer of Learning: Theory and Practice. London: Macmillan, pp. 77-91.
Gould, N. and Wright, J., 1997. Adding up the sums: population-based planning for unitary local authorities. In: Gould, N. and Moultrie, K., eds. Effective Policy, Planning and Implementation: Information Management in Social Services. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 48-65.
Glastonbury, B. and Gould, N., 1996. United Kingdom. In: Stayaert, J., Rafferty, J. and Colombi, D., eds. Human Services and Information Technology - An International Perspective. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 219-234.
Gould, N., 1996. Community Care and Information Technology: science or reading the tea leaves? In: Steyaert, J., ed. Information Technology in Human Services, More Than Computers? Utrecht: NIZW.
Gould, N., 1996. Social Work, Information Technology and the Post-Fordist Welfare State. In: Glastonbury, B., ed. Dreams and Realities - Information Technology in the Human Services. Helsinki: Stakes.
Gould, N. and Kerslake, A., 1995. Making Use of the Information: Analysing the data. In: Looking After Children: the implementation guide. London: HMSO.
Pilling, S., Gould, N., Whittington, C., Taylor, C. and Scott, S., 2013. Recognition, intervention, and management of antisocial behaviour and conduct disorders in children and young people: summary of NICE-SCIE guidance. BMJ, 346 (7902), f1298.
Huxley, P., Baker, C., White, J., Madge, S., Onyett, S. and Gould, N., 2012. The social care component of multidisciplinary mental health teams: a review and national survey. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, 17 (Supplement 2), pp. 23-29.
Gould, N., 2011. Guidelines across the health and social care divides: the example of the NICE-SCIE dementia guideline. International Review of Psychiatry, 23 (4), pp. 365-370.
O'Leary, P. and Gould, N., 2010. Exploring coping factors amongst men who were sexually abused in childhood. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (8), pp. 2669-2686.
Gould, N., 2010. Integrating qualitative evidence in practice guideline development: meeting the challenge of evidence-based practice for social work. Qualitative Social Work, 9 (1), pp. 93-109.
Gould, N. and Butler, I., 2009. Reefer madness: seeking the links between evidence, policy and practice. Journal of Children's Services, 4 (4), pp. 2-5.
Gould, N. and O'Leary, P. J., 2009. Men who were sexually abused in childhood and subsequent suicidal ideation: community comparison, explanations and practice implications. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (5), pp. 950-968.
Steyaert, J. and Gould, N., 2009. Social Work and the Changing Face of the Digital Divide. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (4), pp. 740-753.
Gould, N. and Kendall, T., 2007. Developing the NICE-SCIE guidelines for dementia care: the challenges of enhancing the evidence base for social and health care. The British Journal of Social Work, 37 (3), pp. 475-490.
Gould, N., Huxley, P. and Tew, J., 2007. Finding a direction for social research in mental health: Establishing priorities and developing capacity. Journal of Social Work, 7 (2), pp. 179-196.
Gould, N. and Richardson, J., 2006. Parent Training/Education Programmes in the Management of Children with Conduct Disorders: Developing an integrated evidence-based perspective for health and social care. Journal of Children's Services, 1 (4), pp. 47-60.
Gould, N., 2006. An Inclusive Approach To Knowledge for Mental Health Social Work Practice and Policy. British Journal of Social Work, 36 (1), pp. 109-125.
Gould, N., Gould, H. and Brewin, M., 2004. Using repertory grid technique with participants in parenting programmes - A pilot study. Practice, 16 (3), pp. 197-210.
Gould, N., 2001. Developing an approach to population needs assessment in social services. Social Work and Social Science Review, 9 (1), pp. 22-35.
Gould, N., 2000. Becoming a learning organisation: A social work example. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 19 (6), pp. 585-596.
Steyaert, J. and Gould, N., 1999. Social services, social work, and information management: Some european perspectives. European Journal of Social Work, 2 (2), pp. 165-175.
Gould, N., 1999. Developing a qualitative approach to the audit of inter-disciplinary child protection practice. Child Abuse Review, 8 (3), pp. 193-199.
Batchelor, J., Gould, N. and Wright, J., 1999. Family centres: A focus for the children in need debate. Child & Family Social Work, 4 (3), pp. 197-208.
Gould, N. and Harris, A., 1996. Student imagery of practice in social work and teacher education: A comparative research approach. The British Journal of Social Work, 26 (2), pp. 223-238.
Gould, N., 1995. Developing a decision support computer model for population needs assessment and resource allocation in community care. New Technology in the Human Services, 8 (1), pp. 10-13.
Gould, N., 1995. Developing effective monitoring for youth justice. ASLIB Social Sciences Information Group Journal, 13 (1), pp. 27-29.
Gould, N., 1995. Information technology in european social services. Social Work in Europe, 1 (3), pp. 27-28.
Gould, N. and Wright, J., 1995. Unlocking care management: Developing computer assisted learning materials for community care. New Technology in the Human Services, 8 (2), pp. 16-21.
Gould, N., 1994. Anti-racist social work: A framework for teaching and action. Issues in Social Work Education, 14 (1), pp. 2-17.
Gould, H. and Gould, N., 1994. Social work with stepfamilies and their children with cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 3 (2), pp. 121-127.
Gould, N., 1993. Cognitive change and learning from practice: A longitudinal study of social work students. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 12 (1), pp. 77-87.
Gould, N., 1991. An evaluation of repertory grid technique in social work education. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 10 (2), pp. 38-49.
Gould, N., 1990. Political critique of Kantian ethics: A contribution to the debate between Webb and McBeath, and Downie. The British Journal of Social Work, 20 (6), pp. 495-499.
Stenson, K. and Gould, N., 1986. A comment on "A framework for theory in social work" by Whittington and Holland. Issues in Social Work Education, 6 (1), pp. 41-46.
Huxley, P., Evans, S., Baker, C., White, J., Philpin, S., Onyett, S. and Gould, N., 2011. Integration of social care staff within community mental health teams. Final report. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation programme. Other. London: HMSO.