Granville, G, Sugarman W and Tedder, V (June 2016) Independent Evaluation Report: Maternal Mental Health Alliance ‘Everyone’s Business’ Campaign Everyone’s Business Evaluation Report Final 140616
Granville, G and Sugarman, W (2012) “Someone in my corner: a volunteer peer support programme for pregnancy, birth and beyond”, Parents 1st Independent Evaluation View publication
Granville, G (2012) ”We just clicked” Connecting communities through digital inclusion: an Independent Programme Evaluation of the MiCommunity project, Age UK London View publication
Gillian Granville, Dorothy Runnicles, Sylvia Barker, Michele Lee, Anita Wilkins, Helen Bowers (2010) Increasing the Voice, Choice and Control of Older People with High Support Needs: A Research Findings Paper from the South East Regional Initiative (SERI), National Development Team for Inclusion, HM Government Office for Disability Issues. View Publication
Granville, G, Gabriel, M and Jenkins, L (2009) Health Inequalities Evaluation Framework, HSJ 26th May. View Publication
Granville, G: (September 2009) “Racks of make-up and no spanners” an action research project into men’s use of pharmacy to improve their health: Men’s health forum. View Publication
Wilkins, D, Payne, S, Granville, G and Branney, P (2008), The Gender and Access to Health Services Study, Department of Health.
Granville, G and Evandrou, M (2008) Older Men, Work and Health – a review of the evidence, London: Help the Aged.
Lambert, S, Granville, G, Lewis, J, Merrell, J and Taylor, C (2007) “As soon as I get my trainers on I feel like dancing”: an evaluation of Ageing Well in England and Wales, London: Age Concern England
Granville, G (2007): Qualitative Evaluation of a Pilot Public Awareness Programme of the Prostate and its Function, NHS Cancer Screening Website
Granville, G (2006) What does the service improvement literature tell us and how can it make a difference to implementation? View Publication
Collison, C, Wells, J and Granville, G (2006) “Swatting superbugs – tabloid newspapers” Inside Knowledge, 9, 8:28-31.
Granville, G (2004) Taking Action: improving health and well being in midlife, London: Health Development Agency
Granville, G (2003) Making the Case: improving health and wellbeing in midlife, London: Health Development Agency
Granville, G (2002) A Policy Review of Intergenerational Practice in the UK, Stoke on Trent: Beth Johnson Foundation.
Granville, G and Bowers, H (2002) “Promoting Health and Active Life in Older Age: Lessons from working with Standard 8 of the National Service Framework for Older People”, MCC: Building Knowledge for integrated Care, 10,6: 32- 36.
Granville, G and Hatton-Yeo, A (2002) “Intergenerational Engagement in the UK: a framework for creating inclusive communities”, in Kaplan, Henkin and Kusano (eds) Intergenerational Strategies in Global Perspective , University Press of America, Inc.
Granville, G. (2000) “Menopause: a time of change to a mature identity”, in M. Bernard, J. Phillips, L. Machin and V. Harding Davies (eds) Women Ageing: Changing Identities, Challenging Myths, London: Routledge.
Granville, G (2000) Understanding the experience of older volunteers in intergenerational school based projects, Stoke on Trent: Beth Johnson Foundation View Publication
Granville, G and Laidlaw, J (2000) “A Partnership of Trust – Young offenders supporting older people in care settings,” Stoke-on Trent: Beth Johnson Foundation. View Publication
Granville, G (1999) “Evaluation of Intergenerational Community Action”, Stoke-on-Trent: Beth Johnson Foundation.
Granville, G (1998) “The Beth Johnson Foundation as a Learning Organisation: taking responsible risks in innovation”, Education and Ageing: 13, 2: 163-176.
Granville, G (1996) “Promoting Health in Older People”, in L. Wade and K. Waters (eds) Textbook of Gerontological Nursing , London: Bailliere Tindall.
Granville, G (1990) “Facilitating a Menopause Support Group”, Health Visitor, 63, 3: 82-83.
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