Family Partnership Model
Ellis, M. & Day, C. (2018) Therapeutic relationships: engaging people in their care and treatment. In Ian Norman and Iain Ryrie (Eds) The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing: Principles and Practice (5th edition) Open University Press/McGraw Hill
Hopwood, N., Edwards, A. & Day, C. (2016) Partnership practice as collaborative knowledge work: overcoming common dilemmas through an augmented view of professional expertise. Journal of Children’s Services. 11(2), pp. 111-123. DOI 10.1108/JCS-08-2015-0027
Day, C., Ellis, M & Harris,L.. (2015) The Family Partnership Reflective Practice Handbook. 2nd Edn. London: CPCS
Day, C. & Harris, L. (2013) The Family Partnership Model: Evidence-based Effective Partnerships. Journal of Health Visiting, 1 (1), 2-7.
Day, C. (2013) Family partnership model: Connecting and working in partnership with families [online]. Australian Journal of Child and Family Health Nursing, Vol. 10, No. 1, Jun 2013: 4-10.
Barlow, J., Whitlock, S., Hanson, S., Davis, H., Hunt, C., Kirkpatrick, S. & Rudolf, M. (2010) Preventing obesity at weaning: parental views about the EMPOWER programme. Child Care Health and Development, 36(6),843-9. DOI:10.1111/j.1365-2214.2010.01107.x
Paton, L., Grant, J. & Tsourtos, G. (2013) Exploring mothers’ perspectives of an intensive home visiting program in Australia: A qualitative study. Contemporary Nurse, 43(2), 191-200.
Sawyer, M., Barnes, J., Frost, L., Jeffs, D., Bowering, K. & Lynch, J. (2013) Nurse perceptions of family home-visiting programmes in Australia and England. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health, 49, (2013) 369–374.
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Fowler, C., Rossiter, C., Bigsby, M., Hopwood, N., Lee, A. & Dunston, R. (2012) Working in partnership with parents: the experience and challenge of practice innovation in child and family health nursing. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 21, 3306–3314. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04270.x
Fowler, C., Dunston, R., Lee, A., Rossiter, C. & McKenzie, J. (2012) Reciprocal learning in partnership practice: an exploratory study of a home visiting program for mothers with depression. Studies in Continuing Education, 34:2, 99-112. DOI:10.1080/0158037X.2011.611800
Kemp, L. et al. (2011) Child and family outcomes of a long-term nurse home visitation programme: a randomised controlled trial. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 96(6),533-40.
Davis, H. & Day, C. (2010) Working in Partnership with Parents. 2nd Edition. Pearson: London
Harris, L., Wood, L., & Day, C. (2010) An ethnographic study into the Family Partnership Model: Implementation and sustainability. Centre for Parent and Child Support/South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, London.
Ellis, M., Day., C. & Loxton, R. (2010) Family Partnership Supervision Training Handbook and Reflective Practice Guide. London: CPCS
Day, C. & Davis, H. (2009) The Family Partnership Reflective Practice Handbook. 1st Edn. London: CPCS
Davis, H & Day, C. (2009) Family Partnership Model Foundation course: Facilitator training manual Part 1. Second Edition. London: Pearson
Davis, H & Day, C. (2009) Family Partnership Model Foundation course: Facilitator training manual Part 2. Second Edition. London: Pearson
Kardamanidis, K., Kemp, L. & Schmeid, V. (2009) Uncovering psychosocial needs: Perspectives of Australian child and family health nurses in a sustained home visiting trial. Contemporary Nurse, 33(1):50-8.
Harnett, P. & Day, C. (2008) Developing pathways to assist parents to exit the child protection system in Australia. Clinical Psychologist, 12, 3, pp75-83
Nieto, R. & Day, C. (2009) Family Partnership Model as a framework to address psychosocial needs in pediatric cancer patients. Psicooncologia. Vol.6(2-3), 2009, 357-372.
Barlow, J., Davis, H., McIntosh, E., Jarret, P., Mockford, C. & Stewart-Brown, S. (2007) The role of home visiting in improving parenting and health in families at risk of abuse and neglect: results of a multi-centre randomised controlled trial and economic evaluation. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 92, 229-233.
Keatinge, D., Fowler, C. & Briggs, C. (2007) Evaluating the Family Partnership Model (FPM) Program and Implementation in Practice in New South Wales, Australia. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25 (2).
Barlow, J., Kirkpatrick, S., Stewart-Brown, S. & Davis, H. (2005) Hard-to-reach or out-of-reach? Reasons why women refuse to take part in early interventions. Children and Society, 19, 199-210.
Kruske, S., Barclay, L. & Schmied, V. (2006) Primary Health Care, Partnership and Polemic: Child and Family Health Nursing Support in Early Parenting. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 12(2), 57 – 65.
Barlow, J., Stewart-Brown, S., Callaghan, H., Tucker, J., Brocklehurst, N., Davis, H. & Burns, C. (2003) Working in partnership: the development of a home visiting service for vulnerable families. Child Abuse Review, 12, 172-189.
Davis, H., Day, C. & Bidmead, C. (2002). Working in Partnership with Parents: The Parent Adviser Model. London: The Psychological Corporation.
Davis, H., Day, C. & Bidmead, C. (2002). The Parent Adviser Training Manual. London: The Psychological Corporation.
Davis, H. & Day, C. (2001) Using the Parent Advisor Model to support parents of teenagers, In J. Coleman & D. Roker (Eds) Supporting Parents of Teenagers pp123-146.. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
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Davis, H. & Spurr, P. (1998) Parent counselling: an evaluation of a community child mental health service.
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Davis, H. & Rushton, R. (1991) Counselling and supporting parents of children with developmental delay: a research evaluation. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, 35, 89–112.
Cox, C, James, A., Day, C. & Reissland, N.(2021) Feasibility of a psychoeducational group intervention to improve parental reflective functioning and bonding in pregnancy: a randomised trial, Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology,39:5,499-515, DOI: 10.1080/02646838.2020.1786036
Tennant, R., Goen, C, Barlow, J., Day., C, & Stewart-Brown S. (2007). A systematic review of reviews of interventions to promote mental health and prevent mental health problems in children and young people. Journal of Public Mental Health, 6, (1), 25-32. DOI 10.1108/17465729200700005