Publications, papers and reports since 2003

(2016) The Promised Liberation of Adult Social Work under England's 2014 Care Act: Genuine Prospect or False Prospectus? Br J Soc Work 2016; 46 (7): 1942-1961. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcw008

(2016) Another Step towards the Promised Liberation of Adult Social Work under England's 2014 Care Act? The Implications of Revised Statutory Guidance and the Politics of Liberation. Br J Soc Work 2016; 46 (7): 1962-1980. doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcw155

(2015) Editorial, British Journal of Social Work, 45(2). A commentary on election politics and austerity and an introduction to the papers in the issue. (Colin Whittington)

(2015) "Partnership working, ethics and social work practice" in T. Hafford-Letchfield and L. Bell (eds.), Ethics, Values and Social Work Practice, McGraw Hill (Colin Whittington & Margaret Whittington)

(2013) Contrasting philosophies and theories of society in social work: paradigms revisited, Greenwich Working Paper (Colin Whittington)

(2012) Editorial, British Journal of Social Work, 42(2): 201-207 doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcs020. An introduction to the papers in the issue and discussion of the relevance of empirical and theoretical research in social work. (Colin Whittington)

(2009) Interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration (IPIAC) A set of eight on-line e-learning resources or 'chapters' for students and practitioners, London: SCIE. (Colin Whittington with co-authors Judith Thomas and Anne Quinney, each leading on particular resources; Margaret Whittington contributed to five of the eight resources, designing or advising on case scenarios and co-authoring the policy and legislation timeline).

(2007) Assessment in social work: a guide for learning and teaching, SCIE Resource Guide 18, London: SCIE. (CW).

(2007) What's the point of interprofessional and inter-agency collaboration? Consultancy working paper: whittingtonconsultants.co.uk (MW and CW)

(2007) Ethics and social care: political, organisational and inter-agency dimensions, in Ethics: contemporary challenges in health and social care edited by A. Leathard and Susan McLaren, Bristol: Policy Press. (CW and MW).

(2007) The rise and rise of interprofessional education? in Social Work: a companion to learning, edited by Mark Lymbery and Karen Postle, London: Sage. (CW).

(2006) Social care governance: report on the SCIE-DHSSPS project for the development of social care governance in Northern Ireland, London: SCIE. (CW).

(2005) Interprofessional education and identity, in The theory-practice relationship in interprofessional education, edited by H. Colyer, M. Helme and I. Jones, Occasional Paper no. 7, London: Higher Education Academy, Health Sciences & Practice. (CW).

(2003) Collaboration in social work practice, London:Jessica Kingsley. (CW with co-editors/co-contributors Jenny Weinstein and Tony Leiba).

(2003) Learning for collaborative practice with other professions and agencies, London: Department of Health. (CW).

(2003) Practice into theory: learning to facilitate new health and social care partnerships in London, Learning in health and social care, 2, September, 123-136. (CW with co-authors G. Meads, D. Chesterman and D. Goosey).

We are also peer reviewers for international professional journals and publishers.