Publications and conference talks

JOURNAL ARTICLES (Published / in press)

Newby, K. , Brown, K. E. , Bayley, J.E., Caley, M. , Danahey, A. , Hunt, J. and Critchley, G. (2016) Development of an intervention to increase sexual health service uptake by young people. Health Promotion Practice (In Press)

Bayley, J.E., & Brown, K. E. (2015). Translating group programmes into online formats: establishing the acceptability of a parents’ sex and relationships communication serious gameBMC Public Health15(1),1.

Wallace LM, McNulty,C., Hogan, A. and Bayley J.E. (2012) Exploring attitudes &practices of General Practice staff towards offers of opportunistic screening for chlamydia:a UK survey. Primary Health Care Research & Development,13(3),255-268,doi:10.1017/S1463423611000612

Newby K, Bayley J.E., Wallace L.M. (2011). ‘What Should We Tell the Children About Relationships and Sex?’ © Development of a Programme for Parents using Intervention Mapping. Health Promotion Practice, Vol. 12 (2), 209-228

Brown, G. Brady, G and Bayley, J.E. (2010) Teenage Kicks. Professional Social Work, October, p25

Brown, G. Brady, G and Bayley, J.E.(2010) Teenagers Uncovered. Nursing Standard, 52(24), 24-5

Bayley, J.E., Brown, K. E., & Wallace, L. (2009). Teenagers and emergency contraception: a focus group study of attitudes using concepts from the Theory of Planned Behaviour. European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, 14 (3), 196-206

Bayley, J.E. Choudhry, K. and Wallace, L.M. (2009). Engaging Fathers in Parenting Programmes: Barriers and Best Practice. Community Practitioner, 82(4), 28-31

Wallace, L.M., Spurgeon, P., Adams, S., Earll, L.E. and Bayley, J. (2009) Survey evaluation of the NPSA’s Root Cause Analysis programme in England and Wales. Quality and Safety in Healthcare, 18(4), 288-91

Brady G., Brown G., Letherby, G., Bayley, J.E. and Wallace, L.M. (2008) Too young to choose? Young people, termination and miscarriage. Human Fertility, 11(3), 186-190

Wallace, L.M., Law, S., Kosmala-Anderson, J., Mills, S., Bayley J.E. and Baum, A. (2008) Mutually Exclusive? A United Kingdom Survey of Women’s Experiences of Breastfeeding and Working. Midwifery Digest, 18, 1, 99-103

Bayley, J.E. Wallace, L.M., Spurgeon, P., Barwell, F. and Mazelan, P. (2007) Teamworking in the NHS: Longitudinal evaluation of a teambuilding intervention. Learning in Health and Social Care, 6.4, 187-201

BOOK CHAPTER

Brown, K.E., Bayley, J.E., & Newby, K. (2012). Serious Game for Relationships and Sex Education: Application of an Intervention Mapping approach to Development. In I Dunwell& S Arnab (Eds). Serious Games for Healthcare: Applications and Implications, IGI Global

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND PAPERS

Bayley, J.E. (2016). Knowledge mobilisation for research impact: how research can make real world change. Presentation at the UHCW Research Summit, July 1st

Bayley, J.E. and Phipps, D. (2016). Research impact literacy. Presentation at the Canadian Knowledge Mobilisation Forum, Toronto, June 29th

Bayley, J.E, Phipps, D., Batac, M. and Stevens, E. (2016). Development of a framework for knowledge mobilisation and impact competencies. Presentation at the Canadian Knowledge Mobilisation Forum, Toronto, June 29th

De Smet, E., Ward, P., Bayley, J.E. and Cleere, L. (2016). ‘Close encounters of a different kind: Social media as a multipurpose tool for Research Administrations – Four case studies’. Oral presentation accepted for 22nd European Association of Research Managers and Administration (EARMA) conference, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden June 20-23rd

Bayley, J.E., Secondino, F. and Rozenberga, D. (2016). ‘AIM to Impact: Applying Impact Models in research management. Coventry University reflections on an integrated lifecycle approach’. Oral presentation accepted for 22nd European Association of Research Managers and Administration (EARMA) conference, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden June 20-23rd

Garcha, E. and Bayley, J.E. (2016). Research Impact Special Interest Group session. Co-lead at ARMA annual conference, June 6-8, Birmingham

Bayley, J.E. and Phipps, D. (2016). Developing standards for knowledge broker competencies; results of cross-national survey. Oral paper at the UK Knowledge Mobilisation Forum conference, 10-11th May, London

Bayley, J.E. and Phipps. Challenging simplistic approaches to impact. Invited talk at the NIHR-AMRC workshop (April 2016)

Bayley, J.E. (2016) Planning and mapping research impact: implications for assessment. Invited presentation to NIHR impact leads, January 2016

Bayley, J.E. (2016). Changing Researchers’ Behaviour to Make Open Access Successful: O2OA case study. Invited presentation at the Next Steps for Open Access in Higher Education forum, Inside Government, 20th January, London

Bayley, J.E. (2015) Research impact: Reflections on culture, models and future steps. Invited presentation at the NIHR 4th Annual Health Research Management Workshop, 23-24 November 2015, Institute of Cancer Research, London

Bayley, J.E. “Drawing on behavioural and intervention development approaches to support OA delivery”. Presentation and workshop at ‘OA Researcher Behaviour’ event, Oxford Brookes, May 15

Fairburn, R., Bayley, J.E., Fuchs, M., Marshall-Brown, A. and Albutt, S. (2015) Towards knowledge exchange and impact culture change: From challenges to opportunities. Oral presentation at the annual Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) conference, Brighton Hilton, 1st-3rd June

Bayley, J.E. (2015). What is impact? Oral presentation at the Coventry University Research Conference, June 2016

Bayley, J.E. and Lau, H. (2015). Impact and knowledge transfer. Oral presentation at the Coventry University Research Conference, June 2016

Bayley, J.E., Hitchins, C. and Ryall, J. (2015) Applying Research Methods to Impact (ARM-2-Impact): combining academic and research support expertise to map sustainable impact. Oral presentation at the annual Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) conference, Brighton Hilton, 1st-3rd June

Young, D., Fahmy,S., Bayley, J.E. and Walker, K. (2015). Jisc Open Access Pathfinders: Developing Models of Good Practice for OA. Oral presentation at the annual Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) conference, Brighton Hilton, 1st-3rd June

Bayley, J.E. (2015). Towards a taxonomy of impact. Presentation at the ARMA Impact Special Interest Group event, Edinburgh April 2015

Morgan, Y. and Bayley, J.E. (2015, June). Bringing steadiness in uncertain times: strategies for being an academic’s ‘critical friend’ in the post REF period. Poster presented at the ARMA 25th Annual Conference, Brighton Hilton, 1st-3rd June

Fedorciow, L. and Bayley, J.E. (2014). Strategies for the management and adoption of impact capture processes within research information management systems. Oral presentation at the 12th International Conference of Current Research Information Systems (CRIS 2014), Rome, 13-15th May

Bayley, J.E. (2014) Embedding Research Impact at Coventry University; system development and behaviour change learning. Invited paper presentation at Research Impact Network ‘What have we learnt about impact and where do we go from here?” conference, University of Warwick, 26th February

Bayley, J.E. (2014). Making a difference; integrating impact with social science research. Invited paper presentation at the 2nd Centre for Social Relations Conference, “Social Relations, Transformation and Trust”, Coventry University, 28th-29th March

Bayley, J.E. and Ryall, J. (2014). Embedding impact; effecting institutional change through the development and rollout of an Impact Capture System at Coventry University. Oral presentation at the annual Association of Research Managers and Administrators (ARMA) conference, Blackpool Hilton, 9-11th June

Fedorciow, L. and Bayley, J.E. (2014). Strategies for the management and adoption of impact capture processes within research information management systems (Conference paper) Procedia Computer Science, 33, 25-32

Bayley, J.E. and Ryall, J. (2014). ERIC: Developing an impact capture system. Vistas: ARMA 2014 Conference Proceedings

Joshi, P., Kehal, I., Newby, K., Bayley, J.E., Arnab, S., Clarke, S.and Baxter, A. (2013). Evaluation of a serious game intervention to improve psychological preparedness for avoiding sexual coercion. Psychology and Health, 28, 234.

Bayley, J.E., Brown, K.E., Newby, K., Joshi, P., Arnab, S., & Clarke, S.. (2013). Early Evaluation of the PR:EPARe Serious Game: Addressing sexual coercion through Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, 11-13th September, Holiday Inn Brighton Seafront, Brighton, UK (CONFERENCE POSTER PRIZE – OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY)

Fedorciow, L. and Bayley, J.E.(2013). ‘Benchmarking social, environmental and financial performance’. Invited paper presentation at the ‘Pragmatic Impact Tools’ event, Brunel University, 9th December

Arnab, S., Brown, K.E., Clarke, S., Judd, B., Baxter, A., King, R., Joshi, P., Newby, K., & Bayley, J.E. (2012). Tackling Sensitive Issues using a game-based environment: Serious Game for relationships and sex education (RSE). Paper presented at the 6th European Conference on Games-Based Learning (ECGBL), Cork, Ireland, 4-5th October 2012.

Brown, K., Arnab, S., Bayley, J.E., Newby, K., Joshi, P., Judd, B., Baxter, A. and Clarke, S. (2012). Tackling sensitive issues using a game-based environment: Serious game for relationships and sex education (RSE). Paper presented at the 17th Annual CyberPsychology and CyberTherapy Conference (CYBER17), September 25th-28th, Brussels, Belgium.

Brown, K., Arnab, S., Bayley, J.E., Newby, K., Joshi, P., Judd, B. and Clarke, S. (2012). Tackling sensitive issues using a game-based environment: Serious game for relationships and sex education (RSE). Stud Health Technol Inform181, 165-171.

Joshi P, Brown,K., Bayley, J.E. ,Newby, K., Hancock, J., Choudhry, K. & Baxter, A. (2011).Needs Assessment, Development & Implementation: Sexual Health Interventions in Action. Poster presented at the DHP annual conference, Southampton, September 2011

Bayley, J.E., Newby, K. & Wallace, L.M. (2011). Development of a theory- and evidence-based programme to improve parent-child communication about sex and relationships. Sexual Health Interventions in Action. Symposium conducted at the British Psychological Society Annual Conference, May, Glasgow

Wallace, LM, Newby, K, McNulty CAM, Bayley, J.E. (2011) Elaborating the targets for a practice intervention to improve opportunistic Chlamydia screening by GP practices. Poster session presented at the HSRN SDO Network Conference, Liverpool, June

Bayley J., Wallace L.M., Newby K., Hogan A.H. & McNulty C.A.M. (2010) Development of a TpB based intervention to increase opportunistic Chlamydia screening in GP practices; baseline scores and implications for practice. Presented at Division of Health Psychology Conference, September, Queen’s University, Belfast.

Newby, K., Sewell, A., Bayley, J.E., Choudhry, K., Stanley, D. & Wallace, L.M. (2010, June) Policy and Practice recommendations to address social ecological conditions linked to under 16 teenage conceptions. Presented at Joint Health Service Research Network and Service Delivery Organisation Conference, Manchester Central Convention Centre, Manchester

Wallace L M, Newby K, Bayley J, Hogan AH, McNulty C.A.M. (2010, June). Development of an intervention to increase opportunistic Chlamydia screening in GP practices. Poster session presented at the Faculty of Public Health Conference, London.

Bayley, J.E., Newby, K. and Wallace, L.M. (2009). What Should We Tell the Children? Development of a Theory- and Evidence-Based Programme to Promote Parent-Child Communication about Relationships and Sex.  Oral paper accepted at SRE 2009; IVth Biennial International Sex and Relationships Education Conference, September 7-9th, Birmingham

Bayley, J.E. Brown, K and Wallace, L.M.(2009) Towards improvement of planned and emergency contraceptive use in adolescents: Findings from a questionnaire study.  Oral paper accepted at European Health Psychology Society Conference, September 23rd -26th, Pisa

Bayley, J.E. Brown, K and Wallace, L.M. (2009) Towards real-world improvement of condom, oral contraceptive and emergency contraceptive use in adolescents: Findings from a questionnaire-based study.  Oral paper accepted at Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, September 9-11th, Aston

Bayley, J.E. Brown, K. and Wallace, L.M. (2009). Developing a theory-based sex education intervention; findings from a questionnaire study on adolescents’ intentions to use condoms, oral contraception and emergency contraception.  Poster accepted at SRE 2009; IVth Biennial International Sex and Relationships Education Conference, September 7-9th, Birmingham

Pottinger, E. Bayley, J.E., & Newby, K.  (2009) What Should We Tell the Children? – Preliminary evaluation of an Evidence-Based Programme to promote Parent-Child Communication about Relationships and Sex,  Poster accepted at SRE 2009; IVth Biennial International Sex and Relationships Education Conference, September 7-9th, Birmingham

Pottinger, E., Bayley, J.E., Wallace, L.M.  (2009) Development of a Standalone Version of the ‘What Should We Tell the Children…About Relationships and Sex’ Programme. poster accepted at Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, September 9-11th, Aston

Brown, K.E., Bayley, J.E., & Wallace, L.M. (2008). Improving effective use of condoms, oral contraception and emergency contraception in adolescents: Findings from a questionnaire based study. Presented at the Asia-Pacific Congress on Contraception, Macau, China

Letherby, G., Brady, G. Brown, G, Bayley, J.E., Wallace, L.M. (2007). Support prior to and following termination and miscarriage for pregnant teenagers and young parents in Coventry and Warwickshire. Keynote presentation at the Coventry Teenage Pregnancy Conference, May 14th, Technocentre, Coventry.

Bayley, J.E. Newby, K., Wallace, L.M. What Should We Tell the Children…About Relationships and Sex” programme. (2006) Presentation at the Programme Launch event, Coventry TPCT, February 20th

Bayley, J.E. Newby, K., Wallace, L.M. (2006) Development of the What Should We Tell the Children…About Relationships and Sex” programme. Oral presentation Midlands Health Psychology Network Annual Conference, April 12th .

Bayley, J.E. Wallace, L.M., Brady, G., Brown, G. Letherby, G. A qualitative study of staff attitudes to providing termination of pregnancy services to young women in the English Midlands. Poster presented at the 9th Division of Health Psychology Conference, University of Essex, September 13-15th 2006.

Brady, G., Letherby, G., Brown, G., Bayley, J.E., Wallace, L.M. Support for Young Women Before and After a Termination or a Miscarriage. Oral presentation at BSA Medical Sociology Group Conference, Edinburgh, September 14-16th, 2006

Bayley, J.E. Newby, K., Wallace, L.M. Consultancy work: Development of a Theory- and Evidence-Based Programme to Promote Parent-Child Communication about Relationships and Sex. Presentation at the DHP postgraduate subcommittee conference, University of Derby, April 21st 2006

Bayley, J.E., Dodd, L., Newby, K., Brown, K. & Wallace, L.M. (2006, September). What Should We Tell The Children? Pilot evaluation of a theory and evidence based programme. Poster session presented at the Health Psychology in Action Forum at the 9th Division of Health Psychology Conference annual conference, University of Essex.

Newby, K., Bayley, J.E. and Wallace, L.M. (2005, September). What Should We Tell the Children? Development of a Theory- and Evidence-Based Programme to Promote Parent-Child Communication about Relationships and Sex. Poster session presented at the 8th Division of Health Psychology Conference, Coventry University.

Bayley, J.E. and Wallace, L.M. Applying the Theory of Planned Behaviour to Emergency Contraception Use in Teenagers; an exploration of attitudes and beliefs. Poster presented at the 8th Division of Health Psychology Conference, Coventry University, September 7-9th 2005.

Bayley, J.E. and Wallace, L.M. Teamworking in Healthcare: Longitudinal evaluation of a teambuilding intervention. Poster presented at the 8th Division of Health Psychology Conference, Coventry University, September 7-9th 2005.

Wallace, L.M., Earll, L., Bayley, J.E. and Higbed,L. Investigation of patient safety incidents: Development of training evaluation model using the Theory of Planned Behaviour. Paper presented at the 8th Division of Health Psychology Conference, Coventry University, September 7-9th 2005.

ONLINE

Bayley, J.E. and Hitchins, C. (2015) Embedding research impact: A ‘how to’ guide. Invited blog for Research Media http://www.researchmedia.com/blog/embedding-research-impact-a-how-to-guide/

Hitchins, C. and Bayley, J.E. (2014). The role of the Research Funding Officer in building robust and dynamic foundations for impact.  [Blog] 28th August 2014. Available from LSE Impact of Social Sciences http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2014/08/28/research-funding-officers-foundations-for-impact/%5BAccessed: 28th August 2014].

Bayley, J.E. (2014). How-to guide for building a university-administered impact management tool for academics. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2014/02/07/eric-impact-management-tool-for-academics/ 7 February

Bayley. J.E. (2014). Behaviour change and Open Access; lessons for academic engagement [Blog]. http://openaccess.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2014/09/03/behaviour-change-and-open-access-lessons-for-academic-engagement/