Professor Nicholas Watson

Professor Nicholas Watson

  • Chair of Disability Studies (Sociology)
  • Professor (Institute of Health and Wellbeing)
  • Associate (School of Medicine, Dentistry and Nursing)

telephone: 01413303916
email: Nicholas.Watson@glasgow.ac.uk

Biography

 

disability and childhood, disability and technology

Research interests

  • disability
  • disability and childhood
  • disability theory
  • identity
  • the role of impairment
  • care and personal assistance
  • disability and technology
  • disability history

Current Research

  • Disabled people's experiences of and access to woodland
  • The Provision of Home Care
  • The experiences of young people in receipt of home ventilation and their transition to adulthood
  • The impact of the new single equality body
  • An in-depth examination of public bodies' experience f implementing the disability equality duty

Supervision

Supervision

  • Stephen Ashe
    Thesis title: How can we explain the electoral rise and fall of the British National Party in Barking and Dagenham? A Marxist-realist analysis
    Co-supervisor Dr Andrew Smith
  • Richard Brunner
    Thesis title: An exploration of how the capability approach may enhance understanding of lived experiences of mental distress
    Co-supervisor Prof Kirsten Stalker
  • Joe Boyle
  • Sara Denver
    Thesis title: Oral history and documentary analysis of cancer and end of life care in the Lancaster Community c. 1960-2000
    Co-supervisor Prof David Clarke
  • Zachari Duncalf
    Thesis title: Adult Care Leavers: Biography, Identity and the Life Course
    Co-supervisor Dr Ian Mulligan
  • Meiko Makita
    Thesis title: Older woman in Mexico
    Co-supervisor Dr Emmanuelle Tulle 
  • Bernard McNally
    Thesis title: What supports do employers feel are necessary to successfully employ people with mental health problems? 
    Co-supervisor Prof Phil Beaumont
  • Phillippa Robertson-Rieck
    Thesis title: Disabled Young People and Embodying Citizenship
    Co-supervisor Dr Lucy Pickering
  • Aizan Sofia
    Thesis title: Environmental and Cultural Barriers experienced by disabled women in Malaysia.
    Co-supervisor: Dr Charlotte Pearson
  • Victoria Williams
    Thesis Title: Obesity and Learning Disability
    Co-Supervisor Dr Charlotte Pearson

Additional information

Publications

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Number of items: 84.

2017

Turner-Halliday, F., Kainth, G., Young-Southward, G., Cotmore, R., Watson, N., McMahon, L. and Minnis, H. (2017) Clout or doubt? Perspectives on an infant mental health service for young children placed in foster care due to abuse and neglect. Child Abuse and Neglect, 72, pp. 184-195. (doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.07.012)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. and Manji, K. (2017) Changing the culture of social care in Scotland: Has a shift to personalisation brought about transformative change? Social Policy and Administration, (Accepted for Publication)

Brunner, R., Craig, P. and Watson, N. (2017) Evaluability Assessment of Thriving Places: a Report for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership. Other. What Works Scotland.

Lennon, M. R. et al. (2017) Readiness for delivering digital health at scale: lessons from a longitudinal qualitative evaluation of a national digital health innovation program in the United Kingdom. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(2), e42. (doi:10.2196/jmir.6900) (PMID:28209558)

Welch, V., Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N., Wilson, P., Fitzpatrick, B., Cotmore, R. and Minnis, H. (2017) Randomisation before consent: avoiding delay to time-critical intervention and ensuring informed consent. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 20(4), pp. 357-371. (doi:10.1080/13645579.2016.1176751)

2016

Minnis, H. et al. (2016) Protocol 15PRT/6090:The Best Services Trial (BeST?): effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the New Orleans Intervention Model for Infant Mental Health − NCT02653716. Lancet Protocols,

McNulty, D., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2016) Human rights versus citizenship rights: media coverage of human rights in the UK. In: Weber, L., Fishwick, E. and Marmo, M. (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. Series: Routledge international handbooks. Routledge. ISBN 9781138931176

Shakespeare, T., Watson, N. and Alghaib, O. A. (2016) Blaming the victim, all over again: Waddell and Aylwards biopsychosocial (BPS) model of disability. Critical Social Policy, 36(4), pp. 1-20. (doi:10.1177/0261018316649120)

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2016) Operation Modulus: Putting Christie into Practice in Gorbals. Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Agbakoba, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Bouamrane, M.-M., Watson, N. and Mair, F. S. (2016) Implementation factors affecting the large scale deployment of digital health and well-being technologies: a qualitative study of the initial phases of the 'Living-It-Up' programme. Health Informatics Journal, 22(4), pp. 867-877. (doi:10.1177/1460458215594651) (PMID:26276795)

McGee-Lennon, M. et al. (2016) What is the Current State of Digital Health “Readiness” in the UK?: Findings from the Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale (dallas) Programme. In: 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Dublin, Ireland, 6-8 July 2016,

Vehmas, S. and Watson, N. (2016) Exploring normativity in disability studies. Disability and Society, 31(1), pp. 1-16. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2015.1120657)

2015

Campbell, M. , Watson, N. and Watters, N. (2015) The Cost of School Holidays. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) Capabilities, Public Service Reform and Social Justice. Marginalisation, Stigma and Choice? A Workshop Jointly Organised by the Behavior, Structure and Interventions Research Network and Policy Scotland, Glasgow, UK, 22-23 June 2015. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2015) The psycho-social impact of impairment: the case of motor neurone disease. In: Shakespeare, T. (ed.) Disability Research Today. Routledge: Oxon, pp. 43-59. ISBN 9780415748445

Agbakoba, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Bouamrane, M.-M., Watson, N. and Mair, F. (2015) Implementing a national Scottish digital health & wellbeing service at scale: a qualitative sudy of stakeholders' views. In: Sarkar, I.N., Georgiou, A. and Mazzoncini de Azevedo Marques, P. (eds.) MEDINFO 2015: eHealth-enabled Health. Series: Studies in health technology and informatics, 216. IOS Press, pp. 487-491. ISBN 9781614995630 (doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-564-7-487)

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) What can the capabilities approach add to policy analysis in high-income countries? Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Devlin, A. M. et al. (2015) Delivering digital health and well-being at scale: lessons learned during the implementation of the dallas program in the United Kingdom. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23(1), pp. 48-59. (doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv097) (PMID:26254480)

2014

Boyer, N. , Boyd, K. A. , Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N. and Minnis, H. (2014) Examining the feasibility of an economic analysis of dyadic developmental psychotherapy for children with maltreatment associated psychiatric problems in the United Kingdom. BMC Psychiatry, 14, 346. (doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0346-0) (PMID:25492801) (PMCID:PMC4299309)

Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N., Boyer, N. R.S. , Boyd, K. A. and Minnis, H. (2014) The feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. BMC Psychiatry, 14, p. 347. (doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0347-z)

McNulty, D., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2014) Human rights and prisoners' rights: the British press and the shaping of public debate. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 53(4), pp. 360-376. (doi:10.1111/hojo.12075)

Slasberg, C., Watson, N., Beresford, P. and Schofield, P. (2014) Personalization of health care in England: have the wrong lessons been drawn from the personal health budget pilots? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 19(3), pp. 183-188. (doi:10.1177/1355819614527577)

Connor, D. J., Block, P., Calder, G., Rembis, M. and Watson, N. (2014) Brazil and disability studies: on the map. Notes from the First International Symposium on Disability Studies in São Paulo. Disability Studies Quarterly, 34(1),

Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2014) An Evaluation of Bobath Scotland’s Adult Therapy Pilot Project. Project Report. Bobath Scotland. (Unpublished)

Vehmas, S. and Watson, N. (2014) Moral wrongs, disadvantages, and disability: a critique of critical disability studies. Disability and Society, 29(4), pp. 638-650. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2013.831751)

2013

Ferrie, J., Wiseman, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Living with MND: An Evaluation of Care Pathways Available to Adults with, and the Families or Carers of Adults with Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Pritchett, R. et al. (2013) A feasibility randomised controlled trial of the New Orleans intervention of infant mental health: a study protocol. Scientific World Journal, 2013(838042), (doi:10.1155/2013/838042)

Briant, E., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2013) Reporting disability in the age of austerity: The changing face of media representation of disability and disabled people in the UK and the creation of new "folk devils". Disability and Society, 28(6), pp. 874-889. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2013.813837)

Burns, N., Watson, N. and Paterson, K. (2013) Risky bodies in risky spaces: disabled people’s pursuit of outdoor leisure. Disability and Society, 108(8), pp. 1059-1073. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2012.749180)

Ferrie, J., Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Care Pathways for Adults in Scotland with Motor Neurone Disease. Project Report. Motor Neurone Disease Scotland. (Unpublished)

Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2013) Ageing with a Lifelong Condition: The Experiences and Perception of Older People With Cerebral Palsy. Project Report. Capability Scotland. (Unpublished)

Watson, N. (2013) Disability. In: Gabe, J. and Monaghan, L.F. (eds.) Key Concepts in Medical Sociology. Series: SAGE key concepts. Sage: London, UK. ISBN 9780857024770

2012

Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (Eds.) (2012) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415574006

Roulstone, A., Thomas, C. and Watson, N. (2012) The changing terrain of disability studies. In: Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 3-11. ISBN 9780415574006

Watson, N. (2012) Researching disablement. In: Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 93-106. ISBN 9780415574006

Watson, N. (2012) Theorising the Lives of Disabled Children: How Can Disability Theory Help? Children and Society, 26(3), pp. 192-202. (doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00432.x)

Williams, V., James, N., Barclay, M., Stalker, K., Watson, N. and Hudson, K. (2012) The Conversations Project: A Report to the Steering Group of the National Review of Services for Disabled Children and Young People. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

2011

Ravoud, J.-F., Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2011) Histoire sociale et technologique du fauteuil roulant. In: Lepoutre, F.-X. (ed.) Le fauteuil roulant manuel : choix et réglages. Une approche plurisdisciplinaire. Sauramps Médical: Montpellier, pp. 47-57. ISBN 9782840237471

Ferrie, J., Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2011) How am I going to put flowers on my Dad’s grave? Care Home Resident’s use of the Mobility Element of the Disability Living Allowance. Project Report. Capability Scotland / Blackwood Foundation. (Unpublished)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N., Stalker, K., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K. and Ferrie, J. (2011) Don’t get involved: an examination of how public sector organisations in England are involving disabled people in the Disability Equality Duty. Disability and Society, 26(3), pp. 255-268. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2011.560370)

Bickenbach, J., Degener, T., Melvin, J., Quinn, G., Posarac, A., Schulze, M., Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2011) Understanding disability. In: World Report on Disability. World Health Organisation: Geneva, Switzerland, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9789241564182

Briant, E., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2011) Bad News for Disabled People: How the Newspapers are Reporting Disability. Project Report. Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research and Glasgow Media Unit, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Pearson, C. , Watson, N., Stalker, K., Ferrie, J., Lepiniere, J. and Paterson, K. (2011) Mainstreaming the disability equality duty and the impact on public authorities' working practices. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 239-250. (doi:10.1017/S1474746410000588)

Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (2011) Equality and human rights in Britain: principles and challenges. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 193-203. (doi:10.1017/S1474746410000540)

Watson, N. and Shakespeare, T. (2011) Farkı Yaratmak: Sakatlık, Siyaset ve Tanınma. In: Bezmez., D., Yardımcı., S. and Şentürk., Y. (eds.) Farkı Yaratmak: Sakatlık, Siyaset ve Tanınma. Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları: Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 387-414. ISBN 9786056141164

2010

Clark, J., Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2010) Third Sector Approaches to Bridging the Distance from the Employment Market for People with Multiple and Complex Needs: An Evidence Review. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Hughes, B., McKie, L., Hopkins, D. and Watson, N. (2010) Loves Labour’s Lost: feminism, the Disabled Peoples Movement and the Ethic of Care. In: O’Donnell, M. (ed.) Structure and Agency. Sage: London. ISBN 9781848600317

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2010) Beyond models: understanding the complexity of disabled people's lives. In: Scambler, G. and Scambler, S. (eds.) New Directions in the Sociology of Chronic and Disabling Conditions. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 57-77. ISBN 9780230222700

2009

Burns, N. and Watson, N. (2009) Evaluation of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 Part 4. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Burns, N., Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2009) An inclusive outdoors? Disabled people's experiences of countryside leisure services. Leisure Studies, 28(4), pp. 403-419. (doi:10.1080/02614360903071704)

Burns, N. and Watson, N. (2009) Evaluation of the Adults with Incapacity Act (Scotland) 2000 Part 4. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Watson, N., Davis, J. and Gallagher, M. (2009) Disabled children: fieldwork and interviewing. In: Tisdall, E.K.M., Davis, J.M. and Gallagher, M. (eds.) Researching with Children and Young People: Research Design, Methods, and Analysis. Sage: Los Angeles, USA. ISBN 9781412923880

Watson, N. and Denny, E. (2009) The Sociology of Chronic and Disabling Conditions: Assaults on the Lifeworld. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses, 2nd edition. Polity: Cambridge.

2008

Davis, J., Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (2008) Disabled Children, Ethnography and Unspoken Understandings: The Collaborative Construction of Diverse Identities. In: Christensen, P.M. and James, A. (eds.) Research with Children: Perspectives and Practices. Routledge: New York, USA, pp. 220-238. ISBN 9780415416849

Ferrie, J., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K., Pearson, C. , Stalker, K. and Watson, N. (2008) An In-Depth Examination of the Implementation of the Disability Equality Duty in England: Report for the Office for Disability Issues. Project Report. Office for Disability Issues.

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2008) Histoire Sociale et Tecnologique du Fauteuil Roulant. In: Ravaud, J.-F., Lofaso, F. and Lepoutre, F.-X. (eds.) Le Fauteuil Roulant. Editions Frison-Roche: Paris.

2007

Watson, N. (Ed.) (2007) Disability: Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare. Series: Major themes in health and social welfare. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415410755

2006

Parr, S., Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2006) Access, agency and normality: the wheelchair and the internet as mediators of disability. In: Webster, A. (ed.) New Technologies in Health Care: Challenge, Change and Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781403991300

2005

Hopkins, D., McKie, L., Watson, N. and Hughes, B. (2005) The problem of emotion in care: contested meanings from the disabled people's movement and the feminist movement. In: Flam, H. and King, D. (eds.) Emotions and Social Movements. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (14). Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415363167

Hughes, B., McKie, L., Hopkins, D. and Watson, N. (2005) Love's Labours Lost? Feminism, the Disabled People's Movement and an Ethic of Care. Sociology, 39(2), pp. 259-275. (doi:10.1177/0038038505050538)

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2005) The origins and early developments of special/adaptive wheelchair seating. Social History of Medicine, 18(3), pp. 459-474.

Watson, N. (2005) Chronic illness, disabling barriers, discrimination and prejudice. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses. Polity Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 121-139. ISBN 9780745631004

Watson, N. (2005) Chronic illness, disabling barriers, discrimination and prejudice. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses. Polity: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780745631004

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2005) No Wheelchairs Beyond this Point: A Historical Examination of Wheelchair Access in the Twentieth Century in Britain and America. Social Policy and Society, Volume(Issue), pp. 97-105.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2005) When wheelchair innovation in Britain was under state control. Technology and Disability, 17(4), pp. 237-250.

2004

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2004) And one man in his time plays many parts: the five ages of impairment. In: Cunningham-Burley, S. and Jamieson, L. (eds.) Families and the State: Changing Relationships. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333773413

Watson, N. (2004) Central Europe dabbles in private health. Lancet, 364(9447), pp. 1745-1746.

Watson, N. (2004) Poland's broken promises. Lancet, 363(9430), pp. 235-238.

Watson, N., McKie, L., Hughes, B., Hopkins, D. and Gregory, S. (2004) (Inter)Dependence, Needs and Care: The Potential for Disability and Feminist Theorists to Develop an Emancipatory Model. Sociology, 38(2), pp. 331-350.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2004) In pursuit of standardization - The British Ministry of Health's model 8F wheelchair, 1948-1962. Technology and Culture, 45(3), pp. 540-568.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2004) The social and technological history of wheelchairs. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 11(9), pp. 407-410.

2003

Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (Eds.) (2003) Disability, Culture and Identity. Pearson/Prentice Hall: Harlow, UK. ISBN 9780130894403

Davis, J., Watson, N., Corker, M. and Shakespeare, T. (2003) Reconstructing disability, childhood and social policy in the UK. In: Hallett, C. and Prout, A. (eds.) Hearing the Voices of Children: Social Policy for a New Century. RoutledgeFalmer: London, UK, 192 -210. ISBN 9780415276412

Farmakopoulou, N. and Watson, N. (2003) Motivations for entering and pathways of progression of disabled students in further education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 7(3), pp. 223-139.

Watson, N. (2003) Daily denials: the routinisation of oppression and resistance. In: Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (eds.) Disability, Culture and Identity. Pearson/Prentice Hall: Harlow. ISBN 9780130894403

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2003) A short history of powered wheelchairs. Assistive Technology, 15(2), pp. 164-180.

2002

Davis, J. and Watson, N. (2002) Countering stereotypes of disability: disabled children and resistance. In: Corker, M. and Shakespeare, T. (eds.) Disability / Postmodernity: Embodying Disability Theory. Continuum: London, UK, 159 -174. ISBN 9780826450562

Watson, N. (2002) Well, I know this is going to sound very strange to you, but I don't see myself as a disabled person: Identity and Disability. Disability and Society, 17(5), pp. 509-527.

2001

Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (Eds.) (2001) Reframing the Body. Series: Explorations in sociology. Palgrave: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333774489

Davis, J. and Watson, N. (2001) Where Are the Children's Experiences? Analysing Social and Cultural Exclusion in 'Special' and 'Mainstream' Schools. Disability and Society, 16(5), pp. 671-687.

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2001) Identity politics, disability and culture. In: Albrecht, G.L., Seelman, K.D. and Bury, M. (eds.) Handbook of Disability Studies. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA, USA. ISBN 9780761916529

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2001) The social model of disability: an outdated ideology? In: Exploring Theories and Expanding Methodologies: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go. Series: Research in social science and disability (2). JAI: Amsterdam and New York, pp. 9-28. ISBN 9780762307739

Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (2001) Introduction to 'Reframing the Body'. In: Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (eds.) Reframing the Body. Palgrave: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333774489

1997

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (1997) Defending the Social Model. Disability and Society, 12(2), pp. 293-300.

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Articles

Turner-Halliday, F., Kainth, G., Young-Southward, G., Cotmore, R., Watson, N., McMahon, L. and Minnis, H. (2017) Clout or doubt? Perspectives on an infant mental health service for young children placed in foster care due to abuse and neglect. Child Abuse and Neglect, 72, pp. 184-195. (doi:10.1016/j.chiabu.2017.07.012)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N. and Manji, K. (2017) Changing the culture of social care in Scotland: Has a shift to personalisation brought about transformative change? Social Policy and Administration, (Accepted for Publication)

Lennon, M. R. et al. (2017) Readiness for delivering digital health at scale: lessons from a longitudinal qualitative evaluation of a national digital health innovation program in the United Kingdom. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(2), e42. (doi:10.2196/jmir.6900) (PMID:28209558)

Welch, V., Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N., Wilson, P., Fitzpatrick, B., Cotmore, R. and Minnis, H. (2017) Randomisation before consent: avoiding delay to time-critical intervention and ensuring informed consent. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 20(4), pp. 357-371. (doi:10.1080/13645579.2016.1176751)

Minnis, H. et al. (2016) Protocol 15PRT/6090:The Best Services Trial (BeST?): effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the New Orleans Intervention Model for Infant Mental Health − NCT02653716. Lancet Protocols,

Shakespeare, T., Watson, N. and Alghaib, O. A. (2016) Blaming the victim, all over again: Waddell and Aylwards biopsychosocial (BPS) model of disability. Critical Social Policy, 36(4), pp. 1-20. (doi:10.1177/0261018316649120)

Agbakoba, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Bouamrane, M.-M., Watson, N. and Mair, F. S. (2016) Implementation factors affecting the large scale deployment of digital health and well-being technologies: a qualitative study of the initial phases of the 'Living-It-Up' programme. Health Informatics Journal, 22(4), pp. 867-877. (doi:10.1177/1460458215594651) (PMID:26276795)

Vehmas, S. and Watson, N. (2016) Exploring normativity in disability studies. Disability and Society, 31(1), pp. 1-16. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2015.1120657)

Devlin, A. M. et al. (2015) Delivering digital health and well-being at scale: lessons learned during the implementation of the dallas program in the United Kingdom. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 23(1), pp. 48-59. (doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv097) (PMID:26254480)

Boyer, N. , Boyd, K. A. , Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N. and Minnis, H. (2014) Examining the feasibility of an economic analysis of dyadic developmental psychotherapy for children with maltreatment associated psychiatric problems in the United Kingdom. BMC Psychiatry, 14, 346. (doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0346-0) (PMID:25492801) (PMCID:PMC4299309)

Turner-Halliday, F., Watson, N., Boyer, N. R.S. , Boyd, K. A. and Minnis, H. (2014) The feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. BMC Psychiatry, 14, p. 347. (doi:10.1186/s12888-014-0347-z)

McNulty, D., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2014) Human rights and prisoners' rights: the British press and the shaping of public debate. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 53(4), pp. 360-376. (doi:10.1111/hojo.12075)

Slasberg, C., Watson, N., Beresford, P. and Schofield, P. (2014) Personalization of health care in England: have the wrong lessons been drawn from the personal health budget pilots? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 19(3), pp. 183-188. (doi:10.1177/1355819614527577)

Connor, D. J., Block, P., Calder, G., Rembis, M. and Watson, N. (2014) Brazil and disability studies: on the map. Notes from the First International Symposium on Disability Studies in São Paulo. Disability Studies Quarterly, 34(1),

Vehmas, S. and Watson, N. (2014) Moral wrongs, disadvantages, and disability: a critique of critical disability studies. Disability and Society, 29(4), pp. 638-650. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2013.831751)

Pritchett, R. et al. (2013) A feasibility randomised controlled trial of the New Orleans intervention of infant mental health: a study protocol. Scientific World Journal, 2013(838042), (doi:10.1155/2013/838042)

Briant, E., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2013) Reporting disability in the age of austerity: The changing face of media representation of disability and disabled people in the UK and the creation of new "folk devils". Disability and Society, 28(6), pp. 874-889. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2013.813837)

Burns, N., Watson, N. and Paterson, K. (2013) Risky bodies in risky spaces: disabled people’s pursuit of outdoor leisure. Disability and Society, 108(8), pp. 1059-1073. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2012.749180)

Watson, N. (2012) Theorising the Lives of Disabled Children: How Can Disability Theory Help? Children and Society, 26(3), pp. 192-202. (doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00432.x)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N., Stalker, K., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K. and Ferrie, J. (2011) Don’t get involved: an examination of how public sector organisations in England are involving disabled people in the Disability Equality Duty. Disability and Society, 26(3), pp. 255-268. (doi:10.1080/09687599.2011.560370)

Pearson, C. , Watson, N., Stalker, K., Ferrie, J., Lepiniere, J. and Paterson, K. (2011) Mainstreaming the disability equality duty and the impact on public authorities' working practices. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 239-250. (doi:10.1017/S1474746410000588)

Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (2011) Equality and human rights in Britain: principles and challenges. Social Policy and Society, 10(2), pp. 193-203. (doi:10.1017/S1474746410000540)

Burns, N., Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2009) An inclusive outdoors? Disabled people's experiences of countryside leisure services. Leisure Studies, 28(4), pp. 403-419. (doi:10.1080/02614360903071704)

Hughes, B., McKie, L., Hopkins, D. and Watson, N. (2005) Love's Labours Lost? Feminism, the Disabled People's Movement and an Ethic of Care. Sociology, 39(2), pp. 259-275. (doi:10.1177/0038038505050538)

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2005) The origins and early developments of special/adaptive wheelchair seating. Social History of Medicine, 18(3), pp. 459-474.

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2005) No Wheelchairs Beyond this Point: A Historical Examination of Wheelchair Access in the Twentieth Century in Britain and America. Social Policy and Society, Volume(Issue), pp. 97-105.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2005) When wheelchair innovation in Britain was under state control. Technology and Disability, 17(4), pp. 237-250.

Watson, N. (2004) Central Europe dabbles in private health. Lancet, 364(9447), pp. 1745-1746.

Watson, N. (2004) Poland's broken promises. Lancet, 363(9430), pp. 235-238.

Watson, N., McKie, L., Hughes, B., Hopkins, D. and Gregory, S. (2004) (Inter)Dependence, Needs and Care: The Potential for Disability and Feminist Theorists to Develop an Emancipatory Model. Sociology, 38(2), pp. 331-350.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2004) In pursuit of standardization - The British Ministry of Health's model 8F wheelchair, 1948-1962. Technology and Culture, 45(3), pp. 540-568.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2004) The social and technological history of wheelchairs. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 11(9), pp. 407-410.

Farmakopoulou, N. and Watson, N. (2003) Motivations for entering and pathways of progression of disabled students in further education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 7(3), pp. 223-139.

Woods, B. and Watson, N. (2003) A short history of powered wheelchairs. Assistive Technology, 15(2), pp. 164-180.

Watson, N. (2002) Well, I know this is going to sound very strange to you, but I don't see myself as a disabled person: Identity and Disability. Disability and Society, 17(5), pp. 509-527.

Davis, J. and Watson, N. (2001) Where Are the Children's Experiences? Analysing Social and Cultural Exclusion in 'Special' and 'Mainstream' Schools. Disability and Society, 16(5), pp. 671-687.

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (1997) Defending the Social Model. Disability and Society, 12(2), pp. 293-300.

Book Sections

McNulty, D., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2016) Human rights versus citizenship rights: media coverage of human rights in the UK. In: Weber, L., Fishwick, E. and Marmo, M. (eds.) The Routledge International Handbook of Criminology and Human Rights. Series: Routledge international handbooks. Routledge. ISBN 9781138931176

Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2015) The psycho-social impact of impairment: the case of motor neurone disease. In: Shakespeare, T. (ed.) Disability Research Today. Routledge: Oxon, pp. 43-59. ISBN 9780415748445

Agbakoba, R., McGee-Lennon, M., Bouamrane, M.-M., Watson, N. and Mair, F. (2015) Implementing a national Scottish digital health & wellbeing service at scale: a qualitative sudy of stakeholders' views. In: Sarkar, I.N., Georgiou, A. and Mazzoncini de Azevedo Marques, P. (eds.) MEDINFO 2015: eHealth-enabled Health. Series: Studies in health technology and informatics, 216. IOS Press, pp. 487-491. ISBN 9781614995630 (doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-564-7-487)

Watson, N. (2013) Disability. In: Gabe, J. and Monaghan, L.F. (eds.) Key Concepts in Medical Sociology. Series: SAGE key concepts. Sage: London, UK. ISBN 9780857024770

Roulstone, A., Thomas, C. and Watson, N. (2012) The changing terrain of disability studies. In: Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 3-11. ISBN 9780415574006

Watson, N. (2012) Researching disablement. In: Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK, pp. 93-106. ISBN 9780415574006

Ravoud, J.-F., Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2011) Histoire sociale et technologique du fauteuil roulant. In: Lepoutre, F.-X. (ed.) Le fauteuil roulant manuel : choix et réglages. Une approche plurisdisciplinaire. Sauramps Médical: Montpellier, pp. 47-57. ISBN 9782840237471

Bickenbach, J., Degener, T., Melvin, J., Quinn, G., Posarac, A., Schulze, M., Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2011) Understanding disability. In: World Report on Disability. World Health Organisation: Geneva, Switzerland, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9789241564182

Watson, N. and Shakespeare, T. (2011) Farkı Yaratmak: Sakatlık, Siyaset ve Tanınma. In: Bezmez., D., Yardımcı., S. and Şentürk., Y. (eds.) Farkı Yaratmak: Sakatlık, Siyaset ve Tanınma. Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları: Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 387-414. ISBN 9786056141164

Hughes, B., McKie, L., Hopkins, D. and Watson, N. (2010) Loves Labour’s Lost: feminism, the Disabled Peoples Movement and the Ethic of Care. In: O’Donnell, M. (ed.) Structure and Agency. Sage: London. ISBN 9781848600317

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2010) Beyond models: understanding the complexity of disabled people's lives. In: Scambler, G. and Scambler, S. (eds.) New Directions in the Sociology of Chronic and Disabling Conditions. Palgrave Macmillan: London, pp. 57-77. ISBN 9780230222700

Watson, N., Davis, J. and Gallagher, M. (2009) Disabled children: fieldwork and interviewing. In: Tisdall, E.K.M., Davis, J.M. and Gallagher, M. (eds.) Researching with Children and Young People: Research Design, Methods, and Analysis. Sage: Los Angeles, USA. ISBN 9781412923880

Watson, N. and Denny, E. (2009) The Sociology of Chronic and Disabling Conditions: Assaults on the Lifeworld. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses, 2nd edition. Polity: Cambridge.

Davis, J., Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (2008) Disabled Children, Ethnography and Unspoken Understandings: The Collaborative Construction of Diverse Identities. In: Christensen, P.M. and James, A. (eds.) Research with Children: Perspectives and Practices. Routledge: New York, USA, pp. 220-238. ISBN 9780415416849

Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2008) Histoire Sociale et Tecnologique du Fauteuil Roulant. In: Ravaud, J.-F., Lofaso, F. and Lepoutre, F.-X. (eds.) Le Fauteuil Roulant. Editions Frison-Roche: Paris.

Parr, S., Watson, N. and Woods, B. (2006) Access, agency and normality: the wheelchair and the internet as mediators of disability. In: Webster, A. (ed.) New Technologies in Health Care: Challenge, Change and Innovation. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9781403991300

Hopkins, D., McKie, L., Watson, N. and Hughes, B. (2005) The problem of emotion in care: contested meanings from the disabled people's movement and the feminist movement. In: Flam, H. and King, D. (eds.) Emotions and Social Movements. Series: Routledge advances in sociology (14). Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415363167

Watson, N. (2005) Chronic illness, disabling barriers, discrimination and prejudice. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses. Polity Press: Cambridge, UK, pp. 121-139. ISBN 9780745631004

Watson, N. (2005) Chronic illness, disabling barriers, discrimination and prejudice. In: Denny, E. and Earle, S. (eds.) Sociology for Nurses. Polity: Cambridge, UK. ISBN 9780745631004

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2004) And one man in his time plays many parts: the five ages of impairment. In: Cunningham-Burley, S. and Jamieson, L. (eds.) Families and the State: Changing Relationships. Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333773413

Davis, J., Watson, N., Corker, M. and Shakespeare, T. (2003) Reconstructing disability, childhood and social policy in the UK. In: Hallett, C. and Prout, A. (eds.) Hearing the Voices of Children: Social Policy for a New Century. RoutledgeFalmer: London, UK, 192 -210. ISBN 9780415276412

Watson, N. (2003) Daily denials: the routinisation of oppression and resistance. In: Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (eds.) Disability, Culture and Identity. Pearson/Prentice Hall: Harlow. ISBN 9780130894403

Davis, J. and Watson, N. (2002) Countering stereotypes of disability: disabled children and resistance. In: Corker, M. and Shakespeare, T. (eds.) Disability / Postmodernity: Embodying Disability Theory. Continuum: London, UK, 159 -174. ISBN 9780826450562

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2001) Identity politics, disability and culture. In: Albrecht, G.L., Seelman, K.D. and Bury, M. (eds.) Handbook of Disability Studies. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA, USA. ISBN 9780761916529

Shakespeare, T. and Watson, N. (2001) The social model of disability: an outdated ideology? In: Exploring Theories and Expanding Methodologies: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go. Series: Research in social science and disability (2). JAI: Amsterdam and New York, pp. 9-28. ISBN 9780762307739

Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (2001) Introduction to 'Reframing the Body'. In: Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (eds.) Reframing the Body. Palgrave: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333774489

Edited Books

Watson, N., Roulstone, A. and Thomas, C. (Eds.) (2012) Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415574006

Watson, N. (Ed.) (2007) Disability: Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare. Series: Major themes in health and social welfare. Routledge: London, UK. ISBN 9780415410755

Riddell, S. and Watson, N. (Eds.) (2003) Disability, Culture and Identity. Pearson/Prentice Hall: Harlow, UK. ISBN 9780130894403

Watson, N. and Cunningham-Burley, S. (Eds.) (2001) Reframing the Body. Series: Explorations in sociology. Palgrave: Basingstoke, UK. ISBN 9780333774489

Research Reports or Papers

Brunner, R., Craig, P. and Watson, N. (2017) Evaluability Assessment of Thriving Places: a Report for Glasgow Community Planning Partnership. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2016) Operation Modulus: Putting Christie into Practice in Gorbals. Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Campbell, M. , Watson, N. and Watters, N. (2015) The Cost of School Holidays. Other. What Works Scotland.

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) What can the capabilities approach add to policy analysis in high-income countries? Working Paper. What Works Scotland.

Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2014) An Evaluation of Bobath Scotland’s Adult Therapy Pilot Project. Project Report. Bobath Scotland. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J., Wiseman, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Living with MND: An Evaluation of Care Pathways Available to Adults with, and the Families or Carers of Adults with Motor Neurone Disease in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow. (Unpublished)

Ferrie, J., Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2013) Care Pathways for Adults in Scotland with Motor Neurone Disease. Project Report. Motor Neurone Disease Scotland. (Unpublished)

Paterson, K. and Watson, N. (2013) Ageing with a Lifelong Condition: The Experiences and Perception of Older People With Cerebral Palsy. Project Report. Capability Scotland. (Unpublished)

Williams, V., James, N., Barclay, M., Stalker, K., Watson, N. and Hudson, K. (2012) The Conversations Project: A Report to the Steering Group of the National Review of Services for Disabled Children and Young People. Project Report. Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Ferrie, J., Robertson-Rieck, P. and Watson, N. (2011) How am I going to put flowers on my Dad’s grave? Care Home Resident’s use of the Mobility Element of the Disability Living Allowance. Project Report. Capability Scotland / Blackwood Foundation. (Unpublished)

Briant, E., Watson, N. and Philo, G. (2011) Bad News for Disabled People: How the Newspapers are Reporting Disability. Project Report. Strathclyde Centre for Disability Research and Glasgow Media Unit, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.

Clark, J., Ferrie, J. and Watson, N. (2010) Third Sector Approaches to Bridging the Distance from the Employment Market for People with Multiple and Complex Needs: An Evidence Review. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Burns, N. and Watson, N. (2009) Evaluation of the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 Part 4. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh, UK.

Burns, N. and Watson, N. (2009) Evaluation of the Adults with Incapacity Act (Scotland) 2000 Part 4. Project Report. The Scottish Government, Edinburgh.

Ferrie, J., Lepiniere, J., Paterson, K., Pearson, C. , Stalker, K. and Watson, N. (2008) An In-Depth Examination of the Implementation of the Disability Equality Duty in England: Report for the Office for Disability Issues. Project Report. Office for Disability Issues.

Conference or Workshop Item

Brunner, R. and Watson, N. (2015) Capabilities, Public Service Reform and Social Justice. Marginalisation, Stigma and Choice? A Workshop Jointly Organised by the Behavior, Structure and Interventions Research Network and Policy Scotland, Glasgow, UK, 22-23 June 2015. (Unpublished)

Conference Proceedings

McGee-Lennon, M. et al. (2016) What is the Current State of Digital Health “Readiness” in the UK?: Findings from the Delivering Assisted Living Lifestyles at Scale (dallas) Programme. In: 45th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Academic Primary Care (SAPC), Dublin, Ireland, 6-8 July 2016,

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