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Journal article

WILLIAMS, G. and ZLOTOWITZ, S., 2013. Using a community psychology approach in your research. Psy-PAG Quarterly (86), pp. 21-26.

WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Review of I. Robertson and C. Cooper 'Well-being: productivity and happiness at work', Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 11 (1), pp. 120-122. ISSN 1475-7257

MAQSOOD, A., REHMAN, G., HANIF, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Validation of the three-component model of organizational commitment questionnaire. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 6 (2), pp. 135-145. ISSN 1995-1272

DE LEEUW, S., HOLWEG, M. and WILLIAMS, G., 2011. The impact of decentralised control on firm-level inventory: evidence from the automotive industry. International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 41 (5), pp. 435-456. ISSN 0960-0035

MCGARRY, J., AUBEELUCK, A., SIMPSON, C. and WILLIAMS, G., 2009. Nursing students' experiences of care. Nursing Older People, 21 (7), pp. 16-21.

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. Measuring poverty in Britain as a multi-dimensional concept, 1991 to 2003. Journal of Social Policy, 37 (4), pp. 597-620. ISSN 0047-2794

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. Measuring poverty in Britain as a multi-dimensional concept, 1991 to 2003. Journal of Social Policy, 37 (4), pp. 597-620. ISSN 0047-2794

SUTTON, M., PERRY, B., JOHN-BAPTISTE, C. and WILLIAMS, G., 2006. Black and Asian police officers and support staff: prejudice, identity, agency and social cohesion. Internet Journal of Criminology.

SUTTON, M., PERRY, B., JOHN-BAPTISTE, C. and WILLIAMS, G., 2006. Black and Asian police officers and support staff: prejudice, identity, agency and social cohesion. Internet Journal of Criminology.

WILLIAMS, G., 2005. How to get published. The Psychologist: Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 18 (7), p. 433.

NAIRN, S., HARDY, C., PARUMAL, L. and WILLIAMS, G., 2004. Multicultural or anti-racist teaching in education: a critical appraisal. Nurse Education Today, 24 (3), pp. 188-195. ISSN 0260-6917

WILLIAMS, G., 2003. Stress at work: has the HSE got it right? The Psychologist: Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 16 (10), p. 512.

SODHA, M., WILLIAMS, G., SHAH, R. and CLEGG, J., 2002. Nurse prescribing: testing the knowledge base. Journal of Community Nursing, 16 (3), pp. 4-14. ISSN 0140-0908

SODHA, M., MACLAUGHLIN, M., WILLIAMS, G. and DHILLON, S., 2002. Nurses' confidence and pharmacological knowledge: a study. British Journal of Community Nursing, 7 (6), pp. 309-315. ISSN 1462-4753

DRENNAN, V. and WILLIAMS, G., 2001. An assessment of dual-role primary care nurses in the inner city. British Journal of Community Nursing, 6 (7), pp. 336-341. ISSN 1462-4753

GOLDSMITH, S., COORAY, S., JOHNSTON, F. and WILLIAMS, G., 2000. Good practice, general practice: identifying the health needs of people with learning disabilities. Journal of Clinical Governance, 8 (2), pp. 83-88.

WILLIAMS, G., 2000. The general health questionnaire is not the most accurate way of measuring stress. Health Service Journal, 6 (110571), pp. 24-25.

WILLIAMS, G., 1998. The toolkit for coping with a state of flux. Review of Roberts, K. and Ludvigsen, C. 'Project management for health care professionals'. Health Service Journal (11), p. 35.

WILLIAMS, G., 1997. Avoiding the pitfalls. Review of Jenkinson, C. (ed.) 'Assessment and evaluation of health and medical care: a methods text'. Health Service Journal (30), pp. 38-39.

WILLIAMS, G., 1997. Devil is in the detail – or lack of it. Review of Usherwood, T. 'An introduction to project management in health research'. Health Service Journal (6), pp. 36-37.

LAUNGANI, P. and WILLIAMS, G., 1997. Patient-focused care: effects of organisational change on the stress of community health professionals. International Journal of Health Education, 35 (4), pp. 108-114.

WILLIAMS, G., 1996. Human factors. Review of Horner, B. 'Handbook of staff development: a practical guide for health professionals' and Burchill, F. and Casey, A. 'Human resource management: the NHS – a case study'. Health Service Journal (28), p. 35.

Authored book

MALTBY, J., WILLIAMS, G., MCGARRY, J. and DAY, L., 2010. Research methods for nursing and healthcare. Harlow: Pearson Education.

MALTBY, J., DAY, L. and WILLIAMS, G., 2009. An introduction to statistics for nurses. Pearson Education Korea Ltd. and FORNURSE.

MALTBY, J., DAY, L. and WILLIAMS, G., 2007. An introduction to statistics for nurses. Harlow: Edinburgh Gate. ISBN 9780131967533

Chapter in book

WILDE, D. and WILLIAMS, G., 2015. Personality. In: P. BANYARD, C. NORMAN, B. WINDER and G. DILLON, eds., Essential psychology: a concise introduction. London: Sage, pp. 367-383. ISBN 9781446274828

BETTS, L.R., FARRINGTON-FLINT, L., STILLER, J., LARKIN, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2010. Development during the early years. In: P. BANYARD, M.N.O. DAVIES, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology: a concise introduction. Sage, pp. 257-274. ISBN 9781847875389

FARRINGTON-FLINT, L., BETTS, L.R., LARKIN, R., STILLER, J., TORRANCE, M., WILLIAMS, G. and STILLER, J., 2010. Development during the school years. In: P. BANYARD, M.N.O. DAVIES, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology: a concise introduction. Sage, pp. 275-295. ISBN 9781847875389

WILLIAMS, G., MURPHY, J. and HOUSTON, J.E., 2010. Personality. In: P. BANYARD, M. DAVIES, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology: a concise introduction. London: Sage, pp. 319-337.

WALKER, R., TOMLINSON, M. and WILLIAMS, G., 2010. The problem with poverty: definition, measurement and interpretation. In: G. WALFORD, E. TUCKER and M. VISWANATHAN, eds., The Sage handbook of measurement: how social scientists generate, modify, and validate indicators and scales. London: Sage, pp. 353-376.

WILLIAMS, G. and WALKER, R., 2006. Barriers to lone parents entering the workplace: contributions of a structural equation modelling analysis. In: D. COLLINS, M. GRAY and S. PURDON, eds., Lone parents and work: developing new survey measures of the choices and constraints. Leeds: Department for Work and Pensions, pp. 127-141.

WILLIAMS, G., 2002. Cross-cultural and sex differences in job stress, somatisation and mental ill health. In: R. ROTH and F. FARLEY, eds., Proceedings of the 57th Annual Convention, International Council of Psychologists. Lengerich: Pabst, pp. 269-279. ISBN 3935357893

Conference contribution

KIBOWSKI, F. and WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Can latent classes of childhood trauma predict latent classes of psychosis-like experiences? Secondary data analysis using a nationally representative subsample of the NCS-R. In: British Psychological Society Northern Ireland Branch Annual Conference, Killadeas, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, 11-13 May 2012, Killadeas, County Fermanagh.

SHOCOLINSKY-DWYER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Community psychology and counselling psychology: developing collaborative ways of working. In: Workshop (1 hour) at British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology Annual Conference, Leicester, 12-14 July 2012, Leicester.

DOUGLAS, E., WILLIAMS, G. and ORFORD, J., 2012. Tensions and triumphs of community psychology in research and practice. In: Workshop (1 hour) at British Psychological Society Annual Conference, London, 18-20 April 2012, London.

WILLIAMS, G., HUMBERSTONE, A., HARRIS, T. and WADE, R., 2011. A 12-week participatory arts programme leads to enhanced well-being and reductions in mental ill-health [poster presentation]. In: WELL-BEING 2011: First International Conference Exploring the Multi-dimensions of Well-being, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, 18-19 July 2011, Birmingham.

WILLIAMS, G., HUMBERSTONE, A., HARRIS, T. and WADE, R., 2011. Assessment of a participatory arts programme on the health, well-being, and quality of life for people with chronic health conditions. In: Community Psychology, Critical Issues: 8th ECCP European Congress of Community Psychology, York St John University, York, 15-16 September 2011, York.

CHAMBERLAIN, S., WILLIAMS, G., CLARKE, P. and CHILDS, P., 2009. Risk-taking tendencies differentiate between enterprising and less enterprising people [poster presentation]. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Brighton, 1-3 April 2009, Brighton.

WILLIAMS, G., MURPHY, J. and HILL, R., 2008. A latent class analysis of commuters' transportation mode and relationships with commuter stress. In: ICTTP 2008: Fourth International Conference on Traffic and Transport Psychology, Washington, DC, USA, 31 August-4 September 2008, Washington DC.

DHEENSA, S. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. The psycho-social effects of living with neurofibromatosis type 1: an interpretative phenomenological analysis [poster presentation]. In: Health Psychology Annual Conference, [organised by] Division of Health Psychology of The British Psychological Society and the European Health Psychology Society, Bath, 9-12 September 2008, Bath.

HILL, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2007. Paths to commuter 'heaven' or 'hell'? The role of a positive psychological approach [poster presentation]. In: 1st Applied Positive Psychology Conference, University of Warwick, 18-20 April 2007, Warwick.

WILLIAMS, G. and HILL, R., 2007. The moderating/mediating role of resilience and positive coping in protecting commuters from commuting-related stressors and strain. In: 1st Applied Positive Psychology Conference, University of Warwick, 18-20 April 2007, Warwick.

WILLIAMS, G. and ALBERY, I.P., 2006. Inequalities in well being: occupational rank, gender and stress among health service workers. In: 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece, 16-21 July 2006, Athens.

HILL, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2006. Stress & fear of terrorism when commuting: the potential for a positive psychological approach. In: 26th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Athens, Greece, 16-21 July 2006, Athens.

WORRALL, K. and WILLIAMS, G., 2004. Exploring the relevance of 'flow' in explaining paediatric nurses' satisfaction and enjoyment at work. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Imperial College, London, 15-17 April 2004, London.

WILLIAMS, G. and ALBERY, I.P., 2004. The role of occupational seniority in eustress and work-related satisfaction. In: British Psychological Society's Annual Conference, Imperial College, London, 15-17 April 2004, London.

WILLIAMS, G. and ALBERY, I.P., 2003. Neuroticism biases work stressor-strain links and should be statistically controlled [poster presentation]. In: 5th Annual Conference of European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology, Berlin, 20-21 November 2003, Berlin.

WILLIAMS, G. and ALBERY, I.P., 2003. Testing the mediating/moderating role of neuroticism in stress-strain relationships among health care workers. In: Stress & Anxiety Research (STAR) Society 24th International Conference [on] Stress and Anxiety, Lisbon, Portugal, 10-12 July 2003, Lisbon.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 2000. Double duty nurses may be more stressed but they are more satisfied than health visitors and district nurses [poster presentation]. In: West London Research Network's 3rd Annual Conference, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, 2000, Harrow.

WILLIAMS, G., WEBB, J., WARWICK, C., ACKERMAN, B. and MACDONALD, S., 2000. Home 'truths': the ethics of informed choice for home birth. In: 3rd Annual Trevor Clay Memorial Conference: 'Philosophy in Nursing: Moving Practice Forward', Middlesex University, London, 15 September 2000, London.

WILLIAMS, G., WARWICK, C., WEBB, J., MACDONALD, S. and ACKERMAN, B., 2000. Making an informed choice about home birth: an exploration of mothers', midwives' and general practitioners' perspectives. In: Qualitative Research in Health & Social Care 2000, Bournemouth University, 25-27 October 2000, Bournemouth.

WILLIAMS, G., MCLOUGHLIN, M., CHATLANI, P., NWOKOYE, K., KANDASAMY, T. and NORMAN, I., 2000. The trials and tribulations of a collaborative inquiry group. In: UK Federation of Primary Care Research Network's 3rd Annual Conference, Brighton, 12-13 October 2000, Brighton.

WILSON, J., THOMPSON, T., HODGSON, J., GRENFELL, A. and WILLIAMS, G., 1999. Are dietitians meeting the Parkside health education standards for patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes? [poster presentation]. In: British Dietetic Association Conference, 1999.

GOLDSMITH, S., COORAY, S., JOHNSTON, F. and WILLIAMS, G., 1999. Good practice, general practice: identifying the health needs of people with learning disabilities. In: National Institute for Clinical Excellence Annual Conference and Exhibition, Harrogate, 8-9 December 1999, Harrogate.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 1999. How can 'dual duty' primary care nurses (health visiting and district nursing) affect stress levels in the primary health care team? [poster presentation]. In: UK Federation of Primary Care Research Networks' 2nd Annual Conference, London, 14-15 October 1999, London.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 1999. Team working in primary health care: the influence of 'dual duty' primary care nurses (health visiting and district nursing) on team functioning. In: UK Federation of Primary Care Research Networks' 2nd Annual Conference, London, 14-15 October 1999, London.

WILLIAMS, G., 1998. Job stress and job satisfaction among UK health professionals working in the community [presentation]. In: 24th International Congress of Applied Psychology, San Francisco, CA, United States of America, 9-14 August 1998, San Francisco.

FOORD, G. and WILLIAMS, G., 1998. Multi-disciplinary goal planning as a clinical outcome measure [poster presentation]. In: National Clinical Audit Association Conference, Harrogate, Yorkshire, 12-13 November 1998, Harrogate.

MORRIS, P. and WILLIAMS, G., 1997. Focused care in Parkside: the shift to a user-led service. In: College of Occupational Therapists, 21st Annual Conference and Exhibition, 'Shifting the Balance', University of Southampton, 25-27 June 1997, Southampton.

WILLIAMS, G., WATKINS, L. and LAUNGANI, P., 1997. Four factors for effective team work in NHS management and primary health care [presentation]. In: Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 3-6 April 1997, Edinburgh.

WILLIAMS, G., 1997. Four factors for effective team work in primary health care [presentation]. In: 2nd International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 13-15 August 1997, Edinburgh.

LAUNGANI, P. and WILLIAMS, G., 1996. Patient focused care: job stress among UK community health professionals. In: 26th International Congress of Psychology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 12-15 August 1996, Montreal.

WILLIAMS, G., 1996. Video link and videotaped communication in child abuse trials. In: 54th Annual Convention of the International Council of Psychologists, Banff, Alberta, Canada, 24-28 July 1996, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

WILLIAMS, G., 1995. Video testimony in criminal trials: children and other vulnerable witnesses. In: Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Warwick University, April 1995, Warwick.

Exhibition

MAIER, D. and WILLIAMS, G., 2007. Unpicked and dismantled. Kaunas Art Biennale: Textile '07 held at M. Zilinskas Art Museum, Kaunas, Lithuania, 01 December, 2007 - 03 March, 2008 [curated by Maier and Williams]. .

Newspaper or popular journal contribution

WILLIAMS, G. and HILL, R., 2007. Commuting to hell and back: like death and taxes, commuting appears to be one of life's certainties. .

WILLIAMS, G., 2003. Don's diary: novice to grandmaster in two short years. .

WILLIAMS, G., 2003. Don's diary: novice to grandmaster in two short years. .

Performance

MAIER, D., MAIER, F., WILLIAMS, G., PLOWMAN, J., PLOWMAN, S. and STREETEN, N., 2014. 2nd Supper Redux. Creating a Scene Exhibition, Terry O'Toole Theatre, Lincoln, April 2014.

Professional or trade journal contribution

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. Child poverty and well-being in the here and now. , pp. 11-14. ISSN 0032-5856

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. Child poverty and well-being in the here and now. , pp. 11-14. ISSN 0032-5856

Research report for external body

BIGGINS, A., COTTEE, G. and WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Arts audiences and participants research. A report prepared for Arts Derbyshire. Research report for external body. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

WILLIAMS, G., HUMBERSTONE, A., HARRIS, T. and WADE, R., 2011. Arts and health programme for Nuneaton 2010-2011. Report of evaluation of the pilot programme on behalf of Warwickshire County Council April 2011. Research report for external body. Nottingham Trent University.

HUMBERSTONE, A., HARRIS, T. and WILLIAMS, G., 2009. Arts audiences and participants research appendices. A report prepared for Derbyshire Arts Development Group & Derbyshire County Council: appendices. Research report for external body. UNSPECIFIED.

HUMBERSTONE, A., HARRIS, T. and WILLIAMS, G., 2009. Arts audiences and participants research. A report prepared for Derbyshire Arts Development Group & Derbyshire County Council. Research report for external body. UNSPECIFIED.

TRIGG, R., JONES, R., MURPHY, J. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. Evaluation of the Bath Assessment of Subjective Quality of Life In Dementia (BASQID) in routine clinical use. Report for Eisai Ltd. Research report for external body. Eisai Ltd.

SODHA, M., MCLAUGHLIN, M., WILLIAMS, G. and DHILLON, S., 2001. Are nurses ready for an extension of their prescribing role? Analysis of educational needs, knowledge base and confidence levels of community nurses in dealing with medication related care: final report to East London and Essex Network for Research. Research report for external body. UNSPECIFIED.

DRENNAN, V. and WILLIAMS, G., 2000. Double duty primary care nurses in the inner city: an evaluation: full report. Final report to West London Research Network (WeLReN) and to North Central Thames Research Network (NoCTen). Research report for external body. London: UCL, Parkside Health NHS Trust and Camden & Islington NHS Trust.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 2000. Report of the stress and teamwork studies: double duty primary care nurses in the inner city: an evaluation. Report to West London Research Network (WeLReN) and to North Central Thames Research Network (NoCTen). Research report for external body. London: UCL, Parkside Health NHS Trust and Camden & Islington NHS Trust.

Website content

WILLIAMS, G., 2013. Expert opinion: the psychology of happiness [online]. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Forging a sense of community through the Olympic spirit [blog post dated August 3 2012]. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Get ‘in the flow’ with London 2012 [blog post dated July 6 2012]. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

WILLIAMS, G., 2012. Tackling ableism by being focused on our labels [blog post dated September 7 2012]. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University.

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2008. The relationship between poverty and childhood well-being in Great Britain. Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Oxford.

TOMLINSON, M., WALKER, R. and WILLIAMS, G., 2007. Measuring poverty in Britain as a multi-dimensional concept, 1991 to 2003. Department of Social Policy and Social Work, University of Oxford.

BRUNSDEN, V., WILLIAMS, G. and HILL, R., 2007. Psychology R&T case VIII: blending research and teaching in the classroom: variants on enquiry based learning simulating the research process.

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