Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman


NameDr Janet Melville-Wiseman
Job titlePrincipal Lecturer
Research instituteSchool Of Nursing, Midwifery And Social Work

Research outputs

Elusive tensions in everyday relationship-based social work practice

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2019. Elusive tensions in everyday relationship-based social work practice.

When is it right to buy? an instrumental case study of 'out of borough' rehousing for families in temporary accommodation and implications for social work

Odell, T. and Melville-Wiseman, J. 2018. When is it right to buy? an instrumental case study of 'out of borough' rehousing for families in temporary accommodation and implications for social work.

When is it right to buy: an instrumental case study of 'out of area' rehousing for families in temporary accommodation and implications for social work

Odell, T. and Melville-Wiseman, J. 2018. When is it right to buy: an instrumental case study of 'out of area' rehousing for families in temporary accommodation and implications for social work.

Spirituality and sexuality: exploring tensions in everyday relationship-based practice

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2017. Spirituality and sexuality: exploring tensions in everyday relationship-based practice. in: Crisp, B. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Religion, Spirituality and Social Work Routledge.

The sexual abuse of vulnerable people by registered social workers in England: an analysis of the health and care professions council fitness to practise cases

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2016. The sexual abuse of vulnerable people by registered social workers in England: an analysis of the health and care professions council fitness to practise cases. The British Journal of Social Work. 46 (8). https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcw150

A case study of an incident of professional sexual abuse in UK mental health services

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2016. A case study of an incident of professional sexual abuse in UK mental health services. in: International Womens Issues Conference 2016 - Selected Papers University of Central Florida.

Profiles and institutional context of doctors who sexually abuse their patients or colleagues

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2013. Profiles and institutional context of doctors who sexually abuse their patients or colleagues.

Mental health law in the UK and the professional sexual abuse of women.

Melville-Wiseman, J. and Eastern Mediterranean University 2013. Mental health law in the UK and the professional sexual abuse of women. in: Selected Papers from the 4th International Conference - Gender Equality and the Law: Famagusta, Cyprus Eastern Mediterranean University Press.

Teaching through the tension: resolving religious and sexuality based schism in social work education

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2013. Teaching through the tension: resolving religious and sexuality based schism in social work education. International Social Work. 56 (3), pp. 290-309. https://doi.org/10.1177/0020872812474485

Taking relationships into account in mental health services

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2012. Taking relationships into account in mental health services. in: Koubel, G. and Bungay, H. (ed.) Rights, Risks and Responsibilities: Interprofessional Working in Health and Social Care Basingstoke Palgrave. pp. 123-141

Teaching through the tension – an approach to resolving schism in the classroom

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2011. Teaching through the tension – an approach to resolving schism in the classroom.

Pathologies or apologies? The usefulness of Luke 17:3 as a model for responding to professional sexual abuse of vulnerable adults in the mental health system

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2011. Pathologies or apologies? The usefulness of Luke 17:3 as a model for responding to professional sexual abuse of vulnerable adults in the mental health system.

Professional sexual abuse in mental health services: capturing practitioner views of a contemporary corruption of care

Melville-Wiseman, J. 2011. Professional sexual abuse in mental health services: capturing practitioner views of a contemporary corruption of care. Social Work and Social Sciences Review. 15 (3), pp. 26-43. https://doi.org/10.1921/095352212X655320
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