Items where Author is "Smith, Naomi"
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Barnes, Marian, Henwood, Flis and Smith, Naomi (2014) Information and care: a relational approach Dementia. ISSN 1013-7424
Barnes, Marian, Henwood, Flis, Smith, Naomi and Waller, Diane (2013) External evaluation of the Alzheimer's Society Carer Information and Support Programme (CrISP) [Report (for external body)]
Smith, Naomi and Barnes, Marian (2012) New jobs old roles - working for prevention in a whole-system model of health and social care for older people Health and Social Care in the Community, 21 (1). pp. 79-87. ISSN 0966-0410
Smith, Naomi, Waller, Diane, Colvin, Anne, Naylor, Marnie and Hayes, Jill (2012) Dance and dementia project: findings from the pilot study University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
Barnes, Marian, Cotterell, P., Smith, Naomi, Rainey, C., Hughes, D. and Davies, S. (2009) Working towards prevention: the independent evaluation of West Sussex Partnerships for Older People Project (POPP) [Report (for external body)]
Barnes, Marian, Smith, Naomi and Stenner, Paul (2008) So what do human rights mean to you? A study of how older people think and talk about human rights SSPARC, University of Brighton, Brighton.
Smith, Naomi (2007) Learners' journeys: gateway to learning research project HSPRC, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
Smith, Naomi, Banks, Laura and O'Connell, Paul (2007) Age Concern older people and alcohol project: interim report scoping study HSPRC, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
Smith, Naomi (2006) Registered managers award (RMA) evaluation project University of Brighton.
Balloch, Susan, Banks, Laura, Hill, Michael, Smith, Naomi and Szanto, Clare (2004) East Sussex, Brighton and Hove social care workforce mapping study University of Brighton, Health and Social Policy Research Centre, Brighton, UK.
Squires, Peter and Smith, Naomi (2002) Neighbourhood wardens in a rural village environment: an independent evaluation of the Ashington Village, West Sussex, neighbourhood warden scheme University of Brighton, Health and Social Policy Research Centre, Brighton, UK.