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Professor Debra Salmon

Dean, School of Health Sciences

School of Health Sciences, Division of Nursing

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About

Background

Professor Debra Salmon, Dean of the School of Health Sciences, joined City, University of London in September 2015. She is Professor of Community Health and completed a BA in Sociology at Warwick University, followed by an MSc in Policy Studies at Bristol University in1996. During the 1990’s she also completed her health visitor and nurse teacher training at the University Of Wales College Of Medicine, where she worked as a health visitor and lecturer in Cardiff. In 1998, she moved to UWE, Bristol where she completed a doctorate focused on understanding how mothers and teenage daughters understand and respond to risk, in the context of negotiating independence.

During her time at UWE, Bristol she undertook a number of research and management roles which included leading the UWE Public Health and Wellbeing Research Group and the South West Region’s HEI response to the Department of Health’s National Health Visitor Implementation Plan (2011-2015). She was also the Associate Head of a large Nursing and Midwifery Department between 2008 and 2010, which included a period as REF lead for UOA 3. Her research has focused on researching community health, the needs of ‘hard to reach groups’ and service improvement. In 2010 Debra was awarded a Chair in Nursing and is an invited expert member of the Female Genital Mutilation National Clinical Group and the HEE/NIHR ICA Clinical Lectureship and Senior Clinical Lectureship: Expert Review Panel (2012 to date).

Administrative Roles

- Dean
- Deputy Chair of School of Health Senior Management Committee
- Deputy Chair of School of Health Finance Committee
- Deputy Chair of School of Health Executive Committee
- Deputy Chair of Board of Studies

Qualifications

  1. PhD, University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom, 2007
  2. RNT, Cert Ed, University of Wales, College of Medicine, United Kingdom, 1997
  3. MSc Policy Studies, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 1996
  4. HV, PGDip (Distinction), University of Wales, College of Medicine, United Kingdom, 1991
  5. BA Hons Sociology, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, 1990
  6. RGN & RSCN (Integrated), Queen Elizabeth School of Nursing, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1984

Employment

  1. Dean, City, University of London, 2017 – present

Memberships of Professional Organisations

  1. Nursing and Midwifery Council

Publications

Conference Papers and Proceedings (30)

  1. Gray, S., Means, R., Orme, J., Pitt, H., Jones, M., Salmon, D., reference, M.E.H., reference, M.E.H., reference, M.E.H., reference, M.E.H., reference, M.E.H. and reference, M.E.H. (2015). Improving hospital food: Evaluating the impact of the Soil Association Food for Life programme. .
  2. Baird, K. and Salmon, D. (2011). Evaluation of a domestic violence programme. .
  3. Baird, K., Salmon, D. and White, P. (2011). 5 year follow up study of the bristol pregnancy domestic violence programme for routine enquiry into domestic violence. .
  4. Daykin, N., Orme, J., Evans, D., Salmon, D., Mceachran, M. and Brain, S. (2008). The impact of participation in performing arts on adolescent health and behaviour: A systematic review of the literature. .
  5. Salmon, D., Barrett, G., Orme, J. and Mages, L. (2006). Evaluation of "Jump" and "Jump Together". .
  6. Binks, S., Salmon, D., Benger, J. and Hoskins, R. (2005). A study exploring drug use and management of patients presenting to an inner city emergency department. .
  7. Price, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2005). An evaluation of the Bristol Domestic Violence Programme to promote routine antenatal enquiry in pregnancy. .
  8. Salmon, D. (2004). An evaluation of the rock challenge: The drug prevention programme giving young people a natural high. .
  9. Binks, S., Salmon, D., Benger, J. and Hoskins, R. (2004). Prevalence and healthcare burden of illiegal drug use amongst emergency department patients. .
  10. Price, S., Murphy, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2004). An evaluation of the Bristol Pregnancy and Domestic Violence Programme to promote the introduction of routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence. .
  11. Salmon, D. (2004). Rock challenge. .
  12. Murphy, S., Salmon, D., Orme, J., Jones, M. and Kimberlee, R. (2004). Young people and the natural high: Initial findings of the Rock Challenge evaluation. .
  13. Murphy, S., Salmon, D., Orme, J., Jones, M. and Kimberlee, R. (2004). Findings of the Rock Challenge Evaluation. .
  14. Salmon, D. (2004). Rock challenge: The drug prevention education programme giving young people a natural high. .
  15. Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2004). Young people, participation and multiple component substance misuse campaigns. .
  16. Salmon, D. (2004). An evaluation of the rock challenge: The drug prevention programme giving young people a natual high. .
  17. Salmon, D. (2004). An impact evaluation of the Bristol preganacy and domestic violence to promote antenatal routine enquiry for domestic violence programme. .
  18. Salmon, D. (2004). An impact evaluation of an education & support programme to promote routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence. .
  19. Price, S., Murphy, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2004). An impact evaluation of an education and support programme to promote antenatal ruotine enquiry into domestic violence. .
  20. Salmon, D. (2003). Rock challenge: The drug prevention education programme giving young people a natural high. .
  21. Salmon, D. (2003). Telling it like it is: The involvement of young people in a substance misuse campaign. .
  22. Salmon, D. (2002). Telling it like it is: The involvement of young people in a substance misuse campaign. .
  23. Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2002). The involvement of young people in developing drug risk messages. Which way forward?: The views of local decision makers. .
  24. Salmon, D. (2000). The practitioner as policy analyst: A study of student reflections of an interprofessional studies course in higher education. .
  25. Salmon, D. and Albarran, J. (2000). How are the needs of lesbians, gay and bisexuals addressed within the critical care literature? Implications for the future. .
  26. Salmon, D. (2000). Mediated stakeholders: Conceptualising service user involvement in health and social care education. .
  27. Salmon, D. and Watson, V. (2000). An evaluation of the development of school nurse placements for pre-registration child branch students 1998-1999. .
  28. Salmon, D. (2000). Evaluation of "Hello Craig": A child protection drama project for five and six year olds. .
  29. Salmon, D. and Jones, M. (2000). Policy studies in interprofessional education. .
  30. Salmon, D. (1999). A feminist analysis of women's experiences of perineal trauma in the immediate post-delivery period. .

Journal Articles (56)

  1. Brook, J., Salmon, D. and Knight, R.A. (2017). Preparing the sexual health workforce to deliver integrated services: Is education the answer? A qualitative study exploring the impact of sexual health education on developing integrated policy and practice. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 18(3), pp. 270–281. doi:10.1017/S1463423617000123.
  2. Gray, S., Jones, M., Means, R., Orme, J., Pitt, H. and Salmon, D. (2017). Inter-sectoral Transfer of the Food for Life Settings Framework in England. Health promotion international . doi:10.1093/heapro/dax017.
  3. Brook, J. and Salmon, D. (2017). A qualitative study exploring parental perspectives and involvement in health visiting services during the Health Visitor Implementation Plan in the South West of England. Health and Social Care in the Community, 25(2), pp. 349–356. doi:10.1111/hsc.12308.
  4. Potter, B., Murray, J. and Salmon, D. (2015). A qualitative study analysing the journey towards an embedded approach to service user involvement. Journal of Health Visiting, 3(11), pp. 608–615. doi:10.12968/johv.2015.3.11.608.
  5. Salmon, D., Pitt, H., Jones, M., Orme, J. and Gray, S. (2015). Improving Hospital Food: evaluating the impact of the UK Food for Life Partnership. Journal of European Public Health, 25(3) .
  6. Brook, and Salmon, D. (2015). Insider perspectives: Qualitative insight from health visitor practice teachers and managers in 2012/13. Journal of Health Visiting, 3(1), pp. 30–36.
  7. Condon, L.J. and Salmon, D. (2015). 'You likes your way, we got our own way': Gypsies and Travellers' views on infant feeding and health professional support. Health Expectations, 18(5), pp. 784–795. doi:10.1111/hex.12214.
  8. Salmon, D., Baird, K.M. and White, P. (2015). Women's views and experiences of antenatal enquiry for domestic abuse during pregnancy. Health Expectations, 18(5), pp. 867–878. doi:10.1111/hex.12060.
  9. Salmon, D. and Rickaby, C. (2014). City of one: A qualitative study examining the participation of young people in care in a theatre and music initiative. Children and Society, 28(1), pp. 30–41. doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2012.00444.x.
  10. Baird, K., Salmon, D. and White, P. (2013). A five year follow-up study of the Bristol pregnancy domestic violence programme to promote routine enquiry. Midwifery, 29(8), pp. 1003–1010. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2013.01.007.
  11. Kimberlee, R., Jones, M., Morley, A., Orme, J. and Salmon, D. (2013). Whole school food programmes and the kitchen environment. British Food Journal, 115(5), pp. 756–768. doi:10.1108/00070701311331535.
  12. Orme, J., Jones, M., Salmon, D., Weitkamp, E. and Kimberlee, R. (2013). A process evaluation of student participation in a whole school food programme. Health Education, 113(3), pp. 168–182. doi:10.1108/09654281311309819.
  13. Weitkamp, E., Jones, M., Salmon, D., Kimberlee, R. and Orme, J. (2013). Creating a learning environment to promote food sustainability issues in primary schools? Staff perceptions of implementing the food for life partnership programme. Sustainability (Switzerland), 5(3), pp. 1128–1140. doi:10.3390/su5031128.
  14. Baird, K. and Salmon, D. (2012). An enquiry of ?Every3Days? a drama-based workshop developing professional collaboration for women experiencing domestic violence during pregnancy in the South East of England. Midwifery, 28, pp. e886–e892.

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  15. Jones, M., Dailami, N., Weitkamp, E., Salmon, D., Kimberlee, R., Morley, A. and Orme, J. (2012). Food sustainability education as a route to healthier eating: Evaluation of a multi-component school programme in English primary schools. Health Education Research, 27(3), pp. 448–458. doi:10.1093/her/cys016.
  16. Salmon, D. (2012). A qualitative study of how mothers and teenage daughters negotiate sex-related risk and independence. Journal of Research in Nursing, 17(3), pp. 246–259. doi:10.1177/1744987111423165.
  17. Salmon, D. (2012). Review: Discussing sexual and relationship health with young people in an acute children's hospital. Journal of Research in Nursing, 17(3), pp. 243–245. doi:10.1177/1744987110383357.
  18. Baird, K. and Salmon, D. (2012). An enquiry of 'Every3Days' a drama-based workshop developing professional collaboration for women experiencing domestic violence during pregnancy in the South East of England. Midwifery, 28(6), pp. e886–e892. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2011.10.011.
  19. Jones, M., Dailami, N., Weitkamp, E., Kimberlee, R., Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2012). Engaging secondary school students in food-related citizenship: Achievements and challenges of a multi-component programme. Education Sciences, 2, pp. 77–90.

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  20. Jones, M., Weitkamp, E., Kimberlee, R., Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2012). Realizing a holistic approach to food through school gardens and growing activities. Children, Youth and Environments, 22, pp. 75–98.

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  21. Haux, T., Salmon, D., Taylor, L.E., Deave, T., Cohen, S., Dewar, L. and Samelius, T. (2012). A longitudinal qualitative study of the journeys of single parents on jobseeker?s allowance. Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, 20, pp. 337–341.

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  22. Ingram, J. and Salmon, D. (2010). Young peoples use and views of a school-based sexual health drop-in service in areas of high deprivation. Health Education Journal, 69(3), pp. 227–235. doi:10.1177/0017896910364566.
  23. Ingram, J. and Salmon, D. (2010). An evaluation of a nurse led Sexual Health Outreach Service in schools. Health Education Journal, 69, pp. 227–235.

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  24. Daykin, N., Orme, J., Evans, D., Salmon, D., McEachran, M. and Brain, S. (2008). The impact of participation in performing arts on adolescent health and behaviour: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Health Psychology, 13, pp. 251–264.

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  25. Salmon, D. (2008). Review: A qualitative study of the experiences of mothers involved in street-based prostitution and problematic substance use. Journal of Research in Nursing, 13(5), pp. 449–450. doi:10.1177/1744987108095410.
  26. Orme, J., Salmon, D. and Mages, L. (2007). Project jump: Young people's perspectives on a sexual health drama project for hard to reach young people. Children and Society, 21(5), pp. 352–364. doi:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2006.00065.x.
  27. Price, S., Baird, K. and Salmon, D. (2007). Does routine antenatal enquiry lead to an increased rate of disclosure of domestic abuse? Findings from the Bristol Pregnancy and Domestic Violence Programme. Evidence Based Midwifery, 5(3), pp. 100–106.
  28. Ingram, J. and Salmon, D. (2007). 'No worries!' Young people's experiences of nurse-led drop-in sexual health services in South West England. Journal of Research in Nursing, 12(4), pp. 305–316. doi:10.1177/1744987107075583.
  29. Horrocks, S. and Salmon, D. (2007). Urgent care out of hours: A comparison of the experiences of older people and parents of young children in a semi-rural area. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 8(4), pp. 367–376. doi:10.1017/S1463423607000436.
  30. Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2006). Identifying domestic abuse against women and children. Primary Health Care Journal, 16, pp. 27–31.

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  31. Salmon, D., Murphy, S., Baird, K. and Price, S. (2006). An evaluation of the effectiveness of an educational programme promoting the introduction of routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence. Midwifery, 22(1), pp. 6–14. doi:10.1016/j.midw.2005.05.002.
  32. Binks, S., Hoskins, R., Salmon, D. and Benger, J. (2005). Prevalence and healthcare burden of illegal drug use among emergency department patients. Emergency Medicine Journal, 22(12), pp. 872–873. doi:10.1136/emj.2004.022665.
  33. Price, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2005). Learning from the Bristol Pregnancy and Domestic Violence Programme. British Journal of Midwifery, 13, pp. 692–696.

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  34. Hoskins, R., Salmon, D., Binks, S., Moody, H. and Benger, J. (2005). A study exploring drug use and management of patients presenting to an inner city emergency department. Accident and Emergency Nursing, 13(3), pp. 147–153. doi:10.1016/j.aaen.2005.03.004.
  35. Salmon, D., Powell, J., Orme, J. and Viggiani, N.D. (2005). New arrangements for prison healthcare: Provide an opportunity and a challenge for PCTs. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 330 .

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  36. Salmon, D., Powell, J., Orme, J. and Viggiani, N.D. (2005). A new prison public health. Public Health News, 16 .

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  37. De Viggiani, N., Orme, J., Powell, J. and Salmon, D. (2005). New arrangements for prison health care. British Medical Journal, 330(7497), p. 918.
  38. Price, S., Baird, K. and Salmon, D. (2005). Asking the question: Antenatal domestic violence. Practising Midwife, 8(3) .
  39. Salmon, D., Orme, J., Kimberlee, R., Jones, M. and Murphy, S. (2005). Implementing the Rock Challenge: Young people's perspectives on a drug-prevention and performing-arts programme. Journal of Research in Nursing, 10(3), pp. 339–353. doi:10.1177/174498710501000310.
  40. Jones, M., Murphy, S., Salmon, D., Kimberlee, R. and Orme, J. (2005). Implementing the rock challenge: Teacher perspectives on a performing arts programme. Journal of Health Education, 104, pp. 351–359.

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  41. Murphy, S., Price, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2005). An evaluation of the effectiveness of an educational programme promoting the introduction of routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence. Midwifery, 22, pp. 6–14.

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  42. Jones, M., Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2004). Young people's involvement in a substance misuse communications campaign. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 11(5), pp. 391–405. doi:10.1080/09687630410001668979.
  43. Salmon, D. and Jones, M. (2004). "Its just the way forward" Higher education staff experiences of using computer assisted learning. Educational Technology & Society, 7 .

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  44. Salmon, D. and Jones, M. (2004). Higher education staff experiences of using web-based learning technologies. Educational Technology and Society, 7(1), pp. 107–114.
  45. Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2003). Think before you drink. The Drug and Alcohol Professional, 3, pp. 43–46.

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  46. Salmon, D., Hook, G. and Hayward, M. (2003). The specialist health visitor in infant mental health: A parental perspective. Community Practitioner, 76, pp. 334–338.

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  47. Orme, J. and Salmon, D. (2002). Child protection drama in primary school – an effective educational approach? Health Education, 102(4), pp. 187–196. doi:10.1108/09654280210434264.
  48. Jones, M. and Salmon, D. (2001). The practitioner as policy analyst: A study of student reflections of an interprofessional course in higher education. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 15(1), pp. 67–77. doi:10.1080/13561820020022882.
  49. Salmon, D. and Jones, M. (2001). Shaping the interprofessional agenda: A study examining qualified nurses' perceptions of learning with others. Nurse Education Today, 21(1), pp. 18–25. doi:10.1054/nedt.2000.0495.
  50. Albarran, J.W. and Salmon, D. (2000). Lesbian, gay and bisexual experiences within critical care nursing, 1988-1998: A survey of the literature. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 37(5), pp. 445–455.
  51. Salmon, D. (2000). A feminist analysis of women’s experiences in perineal trauma in the immediate post delivery period. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest, 10, pp. 219–226.

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  52. Salmon, D. (1999). A feminist analysis of women’s experiences of perineal trauma in the immediate post delivery period. Midwifery, 15, pp. 247–256.

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  53. Salmon, D. and Mitchell, M. (1999). Involving the user in midwifery research. British Journal of Midwifery, 7, pp. 389–395.

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  54. Hall, C. and Salmon, D. (1999). "Mummy, Mummy" Working with lesbian mothers: A review of their health care experiences and the implications for health visiting practice. Community Practitioner, 72, pp. 396–397.

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  55. Salmon, D. and Watson, V. (1999). An evaluation of the development of school nurse placements for pre-registration child branch 1998-1999. Primary and Community Care Newsletter .

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  56. Salmon, D. and Powell, J. (1998). Caring for women in poverty: A critical review. British Journal of Midwifery, 6, pp. 108–111.

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Reports (25)

  1. Brook, J., Salmon, , Knight, R.A. and Seal, J. (2015). Sexual Health Education: an evaluation of the Northumbria Integrated Sexual Health Education (NISHE) Workforce Development Package delivered by UWE, Bristol. UWE, Bristol. ISBN 978-1-86043-525-6.
  2. Brook, J., Salmon, D., Kimberlee, R., Orme, J. and Bird, E. (2014). Meeting the challenges of the Health Visitor Implementation Plan at the University of the West of England Bristol. Bristol: University of the West of England Bristol. ISBN 978-1-86043-518-8.
  3. Haux, T., Salmon, D., Taylor, L.E., Deave, T., Cohen, S., Dewar, L. and Samelius, T. (2012). A longitudinal qualitative study of the journeys of single parents on Jobseeker's Allowance..
  4. Haux, T., Taylor, L., Salmon, D., Cohen, S., Deave, T., Samzelius, T., Dewar, L. and Giullari, S. (2012). Single parent advancement and learning opportunities: Participatory research. University of the West of England: Single Parent Action Network and UWE.
  5. Baird, K., Salmon, D. and White, P. (2011). A five year follow up study of the Bristol Pregnancy and Domestic Violence Programme (BPDVP) to promote routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence at North Bristol Trust. University of the West of England: University of The West of England.
  6. Orme, J., Jones, M., Kimberlee, R., Weitkamp, E., Salmon, D., Dailami, N., Morley, A. and Morgan, K. (2011). Food for life partnership evaluation: full report. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  7. Orme, J., Jones, M., Kimberlee, R., Weitkamp, E., Salmon, D., Dailami, N., Morley, A. and Morgan, K. (2011). Food for life partnership evaluation: summary report. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  8. Deave, T., Ahmad, Y., Davies, J., Orme, J., Salmon, D. and Ashworth, K. (2010). Final report of the evaluation of Flying Start. University of the West of England: Welsh Assembly Government.
  9. Lapthorn, C.R.S. and Salmon, D. (2008). Evaluating the impact on children and young people in care of participating in City of One: A theatre and music initiative. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  10. Evans, D., Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Daykin, N. (2006). The effects of participation in performing arts for health on young people: A systematic review of the literature. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  11. Horrocks, S., Salmon, D. and Brown, J. (2006). An evaluation of user satisfaction with a local out of hours medical and nursing service: Report of a study undertaken between June-December 2005. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  12. Salmon, D., Barrett, G. and Orme, J. (2006). Evaluation of a drama based intervention Jump Together as a multi-agency training tool to assist planning and joint working within South West Healthy Care Partnerships. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  13. Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Mages, L. (2006). An evaluation of Project Jump 2006: A sexual health drama project for ’hard to reach’ young people. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  14. Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2005). An evaluation of the development of Project Jump 2005: A sexual health drama project for "hard to reach" young people. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  15. Bridle, C., Murphy, S., Salmon, D., Powell, J., Orme, J. and Viggiani, N.D. (2004). Healthcare needs analysis: An exploratory study of healthcare professionals’ perceptions of healthcare services at HMP Eastwood Park, South Gloucestershire. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  16. Price, S., Murphy, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2004). An evaluation of the Bristol Pregnancy and Domestic Violence Programme to promote the introduction of routine antenatal enquiry for domestic violence. University of the West of England: Department of Health.
  17. Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2003). A review of the introduction of a code of practice for visitors contributing to personal, social and health education in the South West Region. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  18. Salmon, D., Leigh, S. and Watson, V. (2002). An evaluation of short term breaks for children with disabilities. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  19. Jones, M., Kimberlee, R., Powell, J., Wilkinson, S. and Salmon, D. (2002). Substance misuse, services and young people in North Somerset: A needs assessment report for North Somerset drug action team. University of the West of England: Commissioned by Drugs Prevention Advisory Service & the Cabinet Office.
  20. Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2002). Telling it like it is. An evaluation of honesty is the best policy: North Somerset drugs and young people communications project. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  21. Salmon, D., Wilkinson, G., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2002). Telling it like it is. An evaluation of Honesty is the Best Policy: North Somersrt Drugs and Young People Communications Project. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  22. Salmon, D. and Jones, M. (2001). INTaL case studies evaluation: Staff experience of new learning technologies in Higher Education. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  23. Starkey, F., Lewington, L., Hinks, S., Salmon, D. and Orme, J. (2001). Report on educational needs analysis of school nurses in avon. University of the West of England: Bristol and Avon Health Authority.
  24. Starkey, F., Clark, C., Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Jones, M. (2000). Evaluation of "Hello Craig": A child protection drama for five and six year olds. University of the West of England: University of the West of England.
  25. Salmon, D. and Watson, V. (2000). Report of a scoping study analysing parenting activites in the South West. University of the West of England: NHS Executive South West.

Other (4)

  1. Condon, L., Salmon, D. and Viggiani, N.D. (2013). Symposium: Empowerment, ethics and cultural difference; How do these impact upon participatory research among socially excluded groups?

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  2. Evans, D., Salmon, D., Orme, J. and Daykin, N. (2006). The impact of performing arts for health on young people: A systematic review of the literature.

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  3. Price, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2005). Bristol pregnancy and domestic violence programme training pack.

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  4. Price, S., Salmon, D. and Baird, K. (2004). Domestic violence in pregnancy: Asking The Question training video for health care professionals.

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Other Activities

Editorial Activity

  1. Journal of Health Visiting and Journal of Primary Care, Board Member.

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