Items by Dixon, Jeremy
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Dixon, J. and Robb, M., 2016. Working with women with a learning disability experiencing domestic abuse:how social workers can negotiate competing definitions of risk. British Journal of Social Work, 46 (3), pp. 773-788.
Dixon, J., 2016. They can build up a picture of you without actually seeing you:mentally disordered offenders’ views of Ministry of Justice supervision and its effect on trust with supervising mental health teams. In: III Reunión Internacional del grupo de trabajo Sociología del Riesgo y la Incertidumbre, 2016-02-24 - 2016-02-26, National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Dixon, J., 2015. Balancing risk and recovery in mental health:an analysis of the way in which policy objectives around risk and recovery affect professional practice in England. In: Chamberlain, J. M., ed. Medicine, Risk, Discourse and Power. London, U. K.: Taylor & Francis, pp. 120-140. (Routledge Advances in Sociology)
Dixon, J., 2015. Treatment, deterrence or labelling:mentally disordered offenders' perspectives on social control. Sociology of Health and Illness, 37 (8), 1299 - 1313. Item availability may be restricted.
Dixon, J., 2015. What research tells us about older adults’ views on future life planning. In: End of life decisions: brain injury, dementia, frailty. A 1-day conference led by members of the GW4 Dying Well Research Network, 2015-10-14 - 2015-10-14, Hamilton House.
Dixon, J. and Robb, M., 2015. Working with women with a learning disability experiencing domestic abuse:how social workers can negotiate competing definitions of risk. In: The 17th Social Work Education Conference and the 9th UK Social Work Research Conference, 2015-07-15 - 2015-07-17, The Open University.
Dixon, J., 2015. Treatment, Deterrence or Labelling:Mentally Disordered Offenders’ Perspectives on Social Control. In: Avon and Wiltshire Partnership Social Work Conference 2015, 2015-06-03 - 2015-06-03.
Dixon, J., 2015. Balancing risk and recovery: An analysis of English mental health policy. In: ESA Mid-term Conference 2015: Risk, Uncertainty and Transition, 2015-04-08 - 2015-04-10, Universität Stuttgart.
Dixon, J., 2015. The management of dementia risk in the UK: Hearing the voice of the service user. In: Interdisciplinary Research on Long-term Care and Healthy Aging, 2015-05-21 - 2015-05-24, Zheijang University.
Dixon, J., 2014. Mentally Disordered Offenders view on "their" risk assessment and risk management plans. In: National Approved Mental Health Practitioner conference for Wales, 2014-10-17 - 2014-10-17.
Dixon, J., 2014. Mentally Disordered Offenders’ Perspectives on Their Level of Risk to Others. In: XVIII ISA World Congress of Sociology, 2014-07-11 - 2014-07-19, Pacifico.
Dixon, J., 2014. IPR Policy Brief - Mentally disordered offenders' perspectives on their risk assessment plans. Other. University of Bath.
Dixon, J., 2013. Mentally disordered offenders' perspectives of the purpose of risk management procedures in the community. In: 11th European Sociological Conference, 2013-08-28 - 2013-08-31.
Dixon, J., 2013. Mental health social work in the UK, a brief history. In: Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Trust Social Work Conference: The Past Present and Future of Social Work, 2013-03-19.
Dixon, J., 2013. Effective strategies for communication? Student views of a communication skills course eleven years on. British Journal of Social Work, 43 (6), pp. 1190-1205.
Dixon, J., 2012. Mentally disordered offenders' views of 'their' risk assessment and management plans: perceptions of health risks. Health Risk & Society, 14 (7-8), pp. 667-680.
Dixon, J., 2012. Mentally disordered offenders subject to conditional discharge:their views of risk assessment and management procedures. In: 2nd International Sociological Association Conference, 2012-08-01 - 2012-08-04.
Dixon, J., 2012. Service users subject to s.41 of the Mental Health Act 1983:their views of risk and risk assessment. In: 3rd Qualitative Research on Mental Health Conference, 2012-08-25 - 2012-08-27.
Dixon, J., 2010. Social supervision, ethics and risk: an evaluation of how ethical frameworks might be applied within the social supervision process. British Journal of Social Work, 40 (8), pp. 2398-2413.