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PECKOVER, Susan and APPLETON, Jane (2019). Health visiting and safeguarding children: a perfect storm? Journal of Health Visiting, 7 (5), 232-238.

DAY, Patricia, PECKOVER, Sue, HAZELBY, Gayle, CHAUHDRY, Hayley, KIRKHAM, Lucy and MCALEAVY, Janet (2018). Putting new therapeutic communication skills into public health nursing practice: the student experience. British journal of school nursing, 13 (8), 386-392.

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ASTON, Megan and PECKOVER, Sue (2018). Examining the social construction of surveillance: a critical issue for health visitors and public health nurses working with mothers and children. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27 (1-2), e379-e389.

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PECKOVER, Sue and GOLDING, Berenice (2017). Domestic abuse and safeguarding children : critical issues for multiagency work. Child Abuse Review, 26 (1), 40-50.

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BERRICK, Jill D, PECKOVER, Sue, POSO, Tarja and SKIVENES, Marit (2015). The formalized framework for decision-making in child protection care orders : a cross-country analysis. Journal of European Social Policy, 25 (4), 366-378.

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PECKOVER, Sue and TROTTER, Fiona (2015). Keeping the focus on children: the challenges of safeguarding children affected by domestic abuse. Health & Social Care In The Community, 23 (4), 377-407.

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PECKOVER, Sue and EVERSON, Angela (2014). Putting men’s abuse of women on the childcare agenda : an innovative specialist domestic abuse project. Practice: Social Work in Action, 26 (3), 143-159.

PECKOVER, Sue (2014). Domestic abuse, safeguarding children and public health : towards an analysis of discursive forms and surveillant techniques in contemporary UK policy and practice. British Journal of Social Work, 44 (7), 1770-1787.

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PECKOVER, Sue, SMITH, Sue and WONDERGEM, Fiona (2013). Doing ‘Serious Case Reviews’ : the views and experiences of NHS named and designated Safeguarding Children professionals. Child Abuse Review, 24 (5), 365-377.

PECKOVER, Sue (2013). From ‘public health’ to ‘safeguarding children’ : British health visiting in policy, practice and research. Children & Society, 27 (2), 116-126.

PECKOVER, Sue, MOGOTLANE, Sophie, GLAVIN, Kari and ASTON, Megan (2013). Public health nursing in the 21st century : challenges and opportunities for women and children’s health. Nursing Research and Practice, 2013, 1-2.

SAARIO, Sirpa, HALL, Christopher and PECKOVER, Sue (2012). Inter-professional electronic documents and child health : a study of persisting non-electronic communication in the use of electronic documents. Social Science and Medicine, 75 (12), 2207-2214.

PITHOUSE, A., BROADHURST, K., HALL, C., PECKOVER, S., WASTELL, D. and WHITE, S. (2012). Trust, risk and the (mis)management of contingency and discretion through new information technologies in children's services. Journal of Social Work, 12 (2), 158-178.

PECKOVER, Sue and SMITH, Suzanne (2011). Public Health Approaches to Safeguarding Children. Child Abuse Review, 20 (4), 231-237.

WASTELL, D., PECKOVER, Sue, WHITE, S., BROADHURST, K., HALL, C. and PITHOUSE, A. (2011). Social work in the laboratory : using microworlds for practice research. British journal of social work, 41 (4), 744-760.

HALL, Christopher, PARTON, Nigel, PECKOVER, Sue and WHITE, Sue (2010). Child-centric information and communication technology (ICT) and the fragmentation of child welfare practice in England. Journal of Social Policy, 39 (03), 393-413.

WASTELL, D., WHITE, S., BROADHURST, K., PECKOVER, Sue and PITHOUSE, A. (2010). Children's services in the iron cage of performance management : street-level bureaucracy and the spectre of Švejkism. International Journal of Social Welfare, 19 (3), 310-320.

BROADHURST, K, WASTELL, D, WHITE, S, HALL, C., PECKOVER, Sue, THOMPSON, K., PITHOUSE, A. and DAVEY, D. (2010). Performing 'initial assessment' : identifying the latent conditions for error at the front-door of local authority children's services. The British journal of social work advance access, 40 (2), 352-370.

PECKOVER, Sue, HALL, Christopher and WHITE, Sue (2009). From policy to practice : the implementation and negotiation of technologies in everyday child welfare. Children & Society, 23 (2), 136-148.

WHITE, S., HALL, C. and PECKOVER, Sue (2009). The descriptive tyranny of the Common Assessment Framework : technologies of categorization and professional practice in child welfare. British Journal of Social Work, 39 (7), 1197-1217.

PITHOUSE, A., HALL, C., PECKOVER, Sue and WHITE, S. (2009). A tale of two CAFs : the impact of the electronic Common Assessment Framework. British journal of social work, 39 (4), 599-612.

HALL, Christopher, PECKOVER, Sue and WHITE, Sue (2008). Social work in the information age. Community Care, 19, 26-27.

KENYON, Lynn and PECKOVER, Sue (2008). ‘A Juggling Act’: an analysis of the impact of providing clinical placements for pre-registration students on the organisation of community nursing and health visiting work. Nurse Education Today, 28 (2), 202-209.

PECKOVER, Sue, WHITE, Sue and HALL, Christopher (2008). Making and managing electronic children : E-assessment in child welfare. Information, Communication and Society, 11 (3), 375-394.

FEATHERSTONE, Brid and PECKOVER, Sue (2007). Letting them get away with it: fathers, domestic violence and child welfare. Critical Social Policy, 27 (2), 181-202.

PECKOVER, Sue and CHIDLAW, Robert (2007). Too frightened to care? Accounts by district nurses working with clients who misuse substances. Health & Social Care In The Community, 15 (3), 238-245.

PECKOVER, Sue and CHIDLAW, Robert G. (2007). The (un)-certainties of district nurses in the context of cultural diversity. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 58 (4), 377-385.

CONNOLLY, Marie, HALL, Christopher, PECKOVER, Sue and WHITE, Sue (2007). E-technology and information sharing in child welfare Learning from the English experience. Children Australia, 32 (4), 4-8.

ELLIS, Lorraine and PECKOVER, Sue (2004). Research governance and postgraduate nurse education: the tensions and some solutions. Nurse researcher, 11 (1), 32-45.

PECKOVER, Sue (2003). Health visitors' understandings of domestic violence. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 44 (2), 200-208.

PECKOVER, Sue and WINTERBURN, Susan (2003). Teaching research to undergraduate community nursing students: reflections upon curriculum design. Nurse Education in Practice, 3 (2), 104-111.

PECKOVER, Sue (2003). 'I could have just done with a little more help': an analysis of women's help-seeking from health visitors in the context of domestic violence. Health & Social Care In The Community, 11 (3), 275-282.

SUE, Peckover (2002). Domestic violence: the role of the practice nurse. Nursing in Practice, 8, 38-40.

PECKOVER, Sue (2002). Domestic abuse and women's health: the challenge for primary care. Primary health care research and development, 3 (3), 151-158.

PECKOVER, Sue (2002). Focusing upon children and men in situations of domestic violence: an analysis of the gendered nature of British health visiting. Health & Social Care In The Community, 10 (4), 254-261.

PECKOVER, Sue (2002). Supporting and policing mothers: an analysis of the disciplinary practices of health visiting. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 38 (4), 369-377.

PECKOVER, Sue (1998). Domestic violence: on the health visiting agenda? Community practitioner : the journal of the Community Practitioners' & Health Visitors' Association, 71 (12), 408-409.

Book Section

HALL, Christopher, PECKOVER, Sue and WHITE, Sue (2014). e-Solutions to sharing information in child protection: the rise and fall of ContactPoint. In: THRIFT, Nigel, TICKELL, Adam, WOOLGAR, Steve and RUPP, William H., (eds.) Globalization in Practice. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 219-222.

PECKOVER, Sue, BROADHURST, Karen, WHITE, Sue, WASTELL, David, HALL, Chris and PITHOUSE, Andres (2011). The fallacy of formalisation: practice makes process in the assessment of risks to children. In: KEMSHALL, Hazel and WILKINSON, Bernadette, (eds.) Good practice in assessing risk : current knoweldge, issues and approaches. Good practice in health, social care and criminal justice . London, Jessica Kingsley, 84-101.

PECKOVER, Sue (2009). Domestic abuse and safeguarding children. In: HUGHES, Liz and OWEN, Hilary, (eds.) Good practice in safeguarding children: working effectively in child protection. Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice . London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 143-162.

PECKOVER, Sue (2009). 'Health' and safeguarding children: an ‘Expansionary Project’or 'Good Practice'? In: BROADHURST, Karen, GROVER, Chris and JAMIESON, Janet, (eds.) Critical perspectives on safeguarding children. Chichester, John Wiley & Sons, 149-169.

PECKOVER, Sue (2001). Domestic violence and protecting babies; the role of health care professionals. In: GORDON, Rosemary and HARRAN, Evender, (eds.) Fragile: handle with care. Protecting babies from harm. A reader. Leicester, NSPCC, 125-134.

Edited Book

APPLETON, Jane and PECKOVER, Sue, eds. (2015). Child Protection, Public Health and Nursing. Protecting Children and Young People . Edinburgh, Dunedin Academic Press Ltd.

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