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Service Users

Andersen, M.L., Henriksen, K., Mejlvig, K. & Uggerhøj, L. (2017). Driving forces in practice research (pp). In Høgsbro, K. & Shaw, I. (eds). Social Work and Research in Advanced Welfare States. London and New York: Routledge.  


Andersen, M.L., Brandt, L.I., Henriksen, K. Mejlvig, K. Nirmalarajan, L., Romer, m. Uggerhøj, l., & Wisti, P. (2020). Underlying theoretical positions, perceptions and foundations in practice research (57-68). in Joubert, L. & Webber, M. (eds). Routledge Handbook on Practice Research. London: Routledge.


Andersen, M.L., Brandt, L.I., Henriksen, K. Mejlvig, K. Nirmalarajan, L., Romer, m. Uggerhøj, l., & Wisti, P. (2020). Different approaches in practice research (105-114). in Joubert, L. & Webber, M. (eds). Routledge Handbook on Practice Research. London: Routledge.


Andersen, M.L., Brandt, L.I., Henriksen, K. Mejlvig, K. Nirmalarajan, L., Romer, m. Uggerhøj, l., & Wisti, P. (2020). Engaging service users in practice research (181-191). in Joubert, L. and Webber, M. (eds). Routledge Handbook on Practice Research. London: Routledge


Angelin, A. Service user integration into social work education: Lessons learned from Nordic Participatory Action Projects. Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work. 12(1), 124-138.


Austin, M., Fisher, M. Julkunen, I., Sim, T., Isokuortti, N. and Uggerhøj, L. (2016), Practice Research, Oxford Bibliographies.


Beresford, P. (2000) Service Users` Knowledges and Social Work Theory: Conflict or Collaboration? British Journal of Social Work. 30, 489-503.


Beresford, P. (2003). User involvement in research: Exploring the challenges. Nursing Times Research. 8(1), 36-46.


Beresford, P. (2013) Beyond the Usual Suspects. London: UK, Shaping Our Lives. 
Beresford, P., & Croft, S. (2001) Service users’ knowledges and the social construction of social work. Journal of Social Work. 1(3), 295-316. 


Carnochan, S. & Austin, M.J. (2015) Redefining the bureaucratic encounter between service providers and service users: Evidence from the Norwegian HUSK Projects. Journal of Evidence-based Social Work, 12(1), 64-79.


Epstein, I. (2001). Mining for silver while dreaming of gold: Clinical data-mining in practice-based research. in Epstein, I. & Blumenfield, S. (eds). Clinical Data-Mining in Practice-Based Research: Reflecting on Social Work Practice in Hospitals. Binghampton, N.Y., Hayworth Press.


Fisher, M. (2011). Practice Literate Research: Turning the Tables. Social Work & Society. 9 (1), 20-28.
Goossen, C. & Austin, M.J. (2017) Service user involvement in UK social service agencies and social work education. Journal on Social Work Education, 53(1), 1-15.


Johannessen, A., Natland, S. og Støkken, A. M. (eds.) (2011): Samarbeidsforskning i praksis. Erfaringer fra HUSK-prosjektet. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. («Collaborative research. Experiences from the HUSK project»)


McLaughlin, H. (2009). What's in a Name: ‘Client’, ‘Patient’, ‘Customer’, ‘Consumer’, ‘Expert by Experience’, ‘Service User’ - What's Next? The British Journal of Social Work. 39 (6), 1101-1117.


Natland, S. (2022). The knowledge production of practice research, and the added value of users’ participation [Praksisforskning som arena for vidensproduktion – med særligt fokus på brugerinddragelse]. In Moesby-Jensen, Cecilie-K. & Helle Schjellerup Hansen (eds.). Praksisnær forskning i socialt arbejde: nordiske perspektiver. København: Frydenlund Academic. 


Natland, S. (2021). Dialogue, skills and trust. Some lessons learned from co-writing with service users. In Driessens, K. & Lyssens-Danneboom, V. (eds.). Involving Service Users in Social Work Education, Research and Policy: A Comparative European Analysis. Bristol: UK, Policy Press

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Natland, S. (2020). «Recently, I have felt like a service user again»: conflicts in collaborative research, a case from Norway. In McLaughlin, H., Beresford, P., Cameron, C., Casey, H., & Duffy, J. (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Service User Involvement in Human Services Research and Education (467-476). London: UK, Routledge.


Natland, S., Bjerke, E., Torstensen, T. B. (2019). «I was provided with new hope» – perceptions of ‘helpful help’ in encounters with social services. [«Jeg fikk blankpusset håpet om at jeg hadde en framtid» Opplevelser av god hjelp i møter med Nav. Fontene forskning. (1) s. 17-29 


Natland, S. & Solem, M-B. (2019). Situated knowledge. Practice research within social work and social policy [Et situert blikk på praksis. Praksisnær forskning innen sosialt arbeid og sosialpolitikk. I: Sosialt arbeid og sosialpolitikk i samhandling. Fagbokforlaget. s. 125-143].


Natland, S., Tveiten, S., & Knutsen, I.R. (2017). Why should the patient participate in practice research? [Hvorfor skal pasienten medvirke i forskning? Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 137(3), s. 210-212.


Natland, S., Weissinger, E., Graaf, G. & Carnochan, S. (2016). Learning Practice-based Research Methods: Capturing the Experiences of MSW Students. Journal of Education in Social Work. 36:1, 33-51.


Natland, S. & Ragnhild, H. (2016). Conflicts and Empowerment – a processual perspective on the development of a partnership. European Journal of Social work. 20(4), 497-508.


Natland, S. & Dietrichson, V. (2011). Leaving traces. On the fruitfulness of the service user’s perspective during the early phase of a practice research project [«Å sette spor etter seg. Om brukerperspektivets nytte i forskningsprosessens tidlige faser]. In Johannessen, A., Natland, S. & Støkken. A.M. (eds.). Samarbeidsforskning... Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. 


Stanley, S., & Webber, M. (2022). Systematic review of service user and carer involvement in qualifying social work education: A decade in retrospect. The British Journal of Social Work. 


Uggerhøj, L. (2017.) Possibilities and barriers in practice research approaches. in Støkken A.M. & Willumsen, E. (eds) User voices, practice research and innovation [Brukerstemmer, Praksisforskning og Innovasjon]. Kristiansand, Norway: Portal Forlag Publisher.

Uggerhøj, L. (2014). The powerful meeting between social workers and service users: Needs, barriers and possibilities in participation processes in agency settings (201-217). in Matthies, A-L & Uggerhøj, L. Participation, Marginalization and Welfare Services: Concepts, Politics, and Practices Across European Countries. UK: Ashgate. 


Uggerhøj, L. (2011). What is practice research in social work: Definitions, barriers and possibilities. Social Work & Society, 9 (1), 45-59.


Uggerhøj, L. (2011). Theorizing practice research in social work, Social Work and Social Sciences review. 15 (1), 49-73. 


Uggerhøj, L. (2011). Theorizing practice research in social work. in Julkunen, Ilse & Marthinsen, Edgar (eds.). Practice research in the Nordic countries - Knowledge Production in Transition. London, UK: Whiting and Birch.


Uggerhøj, L. (2014) Learning from each other - Collaboration Processes in Practice Research, Nordic Social Work Research. 4 (1), 44-57.


Uggerhøj, L. (2016). Theorizing Practice Research in Social Work. in Shaw, I. Hardy, M. and Marsh, J. Social Work Research, volume three: The Practice of Social Work Research. London: Sage Publishing,


Uggerhøj, L. (2019) 理论化社会工作中的实践研究 (Practice Research Theory in Social Work) in Zhao 生态社会工作与社会工作实践工作实践 (Ecological Social Work and Collaborative Research in Practice). Social Sciences AcademicPress (China)


Uggerhøj, L. (2020). Practice Research. In P. Atkinson, S. Delamont, A. Cernat, J.W. Sakshaug, & R.A. Williams (Eds.), SAGE Research Methods Foundations. Sage.


Uggerhøj, L. Henriksen, K, and Andersen, M.L. (2018) Participatory practice research and action research – birds of a feather? Special Issue: Practice Research in Chinese Societies. China Journal of Social Work, 11 (2), 186-201. 


Uggerhøj, L. and Wisti, P. (2020). Social Work Practice Research developments - Four statements and ten years later (32-42). in Joubert, L. and Webber, M. (eds). Routledge Handbook on Practice Research. London: Routledge


Webber, M. & Robinson, K. (2012) The meaningful involvement of service users and carers in advanced level post-qualifying social work education: A qualitative study. British Journal of Social Work, 42 (7), 1256-1274.
 

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