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SHERRIFF, NIGEL and GUGGLBERGER, LISA (2013) A European seal of approval in HIV prevention for 'gay' businesses: findings from an HIV prevention pilot project Perspectives in Public Health . ISSN 1757-9139
SHERRIFF, NIGEL and Coleman, L. (2013) Understanding the needs of smokers who work as routine and manual workers on building sites: results from a qualitative study on workplace smoking cessation Public Health, 127 (2). ISSN 0033-3506
SHERRIFF, NIGEL, McDonnell, Elizabeth, Bogen-Johnston, Leanne, Tunstall, Ben and O'Brien, Oonagh (2013) Engaging ‘gay’ businesses in HIV prevention ‘Everywhere’: findings from a qualitative study in eight European cities Health Education Journal, 72 (1). ISSN 0017-8969
Jackson, C. and SHERRIFF, NIGEL (2013) A qualitative approach to intergroup relations: exploring the applicability of the social identity approach to ‘messy’ school contexts Qualitative Research in Psychology . ISSN 1478-0887
Davies, J.K. and Sherriff, N.S. (2012) Evaluating policies: applying the gradient equity lens In: Stegman, I. and Costongs, C., eds. The Right Start to a Healthy Life: People and Families in the European Union – What Works? EuroHealthNet, European Commission, Brussels, pp. 153-176.
Davies, J.K. and Sherriff, N.S. (2012) The Gradient Evaluation Framework (GEF): a European framework for designing and evaluating policies and actions to level-up the gradient in health inequalities among children, young people and their families University of Brighton.
Sherriff, N.S., Jeffery, A., Davies, J.K., Hills, M., Carroll, S., Jackson, S., Krupa, G., Gopel, E., Hofmeister, A., Tountas, Y. and Attorp, A. (2012) Transatlantic student exchange between Canada and Europe: experiences from the CEIHPAL project Journal of Further and Higher Education, 36 (1). pp. 41-45. ISSN 0309-877X
Sherriff, N.S., Lowe, K and McDonnell, E (2012) Working with young fathers In: Olley, R and Potter, CA, eds. Engaging fathers in the early years: a practitioner's guide. Continuum, London. ISBN 9781441196958
SHERRIFF, NIGEL, Hamilton, W., Wigmore, S. and Giambrone, B. (2011) “What do you say to them?” investigating and supporting the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people Journal of Community Psychology, 39 (8). pp. 939-955. ISSN 0090-4392
Sherriff, N.S. and Hall, Valerie (2011) Engaging and supporting fathers to promote breastfeeding: a new role for health visitors? Scandanavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 25 (3). pp. 467-475. ISSN 1471-6712
Sherriff, N.S., Hall, Caroline and Coleman, L. (2011) An evaluation of services to young people in East Sussex: FE nurse provision at schools and colleges, Pulse Innov8, and the young men's health worker service University of Brighton.
Davies, J.K. and Sherriff, N.S. (2011) The gradient in health inequalities among families and children: a review of evaluation frameworks Health Policy, 101 (1). pp. 1-10. ISSN 0168-8510
Sherriff, N.S. (2011) A methodological model of HIV prevention in men who have sex with men (MSM): The Everywhere project The Everywhere Project.
Sherriff, N.S., McDonnell, L., Sutton, F., Tunstall, B., Friboulet, D., Alexandre, A., Martin-Perez, A. and Hernandez-Fernandez, T. (2010) Everwhere: a European seal of approval in HIV prevention for 'gay' and MSM businesses University of Brighton, Brighton.
Friboulet, D., Alexandre, A., McDonnell, L., Sherriff, N.S. and Tunstall, B. (2010) Everywhere assessment tool for minimum and premium seal of approval Everywhere Project.
Pottinger, E., McDonnell, L. and Sherriff, N.S. (2010) The Everywhere project: continuous and final evaluation The Everywhere Project.
Hall, Caroline, Davies, John Kenneth and Sherriff, N.S. (2010) Health in the urban environment: a qualitative review of the Brighton and Hove WHO healthy city program Journal of Urban Health, 87 (1). pp. 8-28. ISSN 1099-3460
Loureiro, I., Sherriff, N.S. and Davies, J.K. (2009) Developing public health competencies through building a problem-based learning project Journal of Public Health, 17 (6). pp. 417-424. ISSN 0943-1853
Sherriff, N.S., Hall, Valerie and Pickin, M. (2009) Father's perspectives on breastfeeding: ideas for intervention British Journal of Midwifery, 17 (4). pp. 223-227. ISSN 0969-4900
Hamilton, W., Sherriff, N.S. and Wigmore, S. (2009) The Sussex training and development research partnership: accessible summary report University of Brighton.
Wigmore, S., Sherriff, N.S. and Bogen-Johnston, L. (2009) The Sussex training and research development research partnership University of Brighton.
Davies, John Kenneth, Sherriff, N.S. and Hall, Caroline (2008) Public health education and training in an enlarging Europe (PHETICE) work package 4: professional and academic standards/ pedagogical strategies University of Brighton, Brighton.
Sherriff, N.S., Cox, L, Coleman, L.M. and Roker, D (2008) Communication and supervision of alcohol in the family: parental perspectives Children & Society, 22 (5). pp. 370-382. ISSN 0951-0605
Sherriff, N.S. and Pope, R. (2008) The lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and unsure (LGBTU) youth research project: views and experiences of young people living in West Sussex Education and Health, 26 (4). pp. 63-66. ISSN 0265-1602
Davies, John Kenneth, Sherriff, N.S. and Hall, Caroline (2008) Review of Brighton and Hove healthy city programme University of Brighton.
Sherriff, N.S. and Pope, R. (2008) West Sussex Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Unsure (LGBTU) Youth Project. Final report to the West Sussex Youth Service and West Sussex PCT [Report (for external body)]
Sherriff, N.S. (2007) Peer group cultures and social identity: an integrated approach to understanding masculinities British Educational Research Journal, 33 (3). pp. 349-370. ISSN 0141-1926
Cox, L, Sherriff, N.S., Coleman, L and Roker, D (2007) Family communication about alcohol In: Roker, D and Coleman, J, eds. Working with parents of young people: research, policy, and practice. Jessica Kingsley, London, pp. 65-79.
Sherriff, N.S. (2007) Supporting young fathers: examples of promising practice Trust for the Study of Adolecence, Brighton, UK. ISBN 9781871504811