The Oxford Review
I currently contribute 20 articles a month to The Oxford Review. The magazine is a digest of cutting edge academic research, and my job is to read that research and make it understandable for people whose eyes might otherwise glaze over reading the nitty gritty.
I worked with the online editorial agency Ninja Creative between 2012 – 14 until it was sold to the US. I wrote on subjects as varied as Middle Eastern railway news, stairlifts, airport car parking companies and financial writing.
Community Care Magazine
Community Care is the leading social work online magazine. I published several pieces for this title before it went online – only in 2011.
Mental Health Today – Perspectives
Here is a selection of my Mental Health Today columns that I wrote over five years
Here is a reflection on the ‘therapeutic alliance’ between staff and service user: Perspectives Therap Alli011
Set up a social care charity? You’d have to be bloody nuts! MHT Perspectives MarchApril 2014 p23
Here is my favourite column – a reflection on negotiation between staff and service users using game theory MHT Perspectives negotiation