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Wallengren-Lynch, Michael, Dominelli, Lena, Larrison, Tara Earls, Archer-Kuhn, Beth, Chen, Henglien Lisa and Blanco, Marta (2021) Introduction: the pandemic that shook social work education. Social Dialog, 25. ISSN 2221-352X

Vaughan, Imogen, Vaughan, Alex and Chen, Henglien Lisa (2021) Teaching on zoom: the expert by experience partner's experience. Social Dialog. ISSN 2221-352X

Chen, Henglien Lisa, Farinha, Ana Ferreira, Mcveigh, Tara, Giorgi, Nadia, Plumstead, Jessica, Ruth, Jodie, Cotter, Aoife, Goldsmith, Victoria, Fahey, Kayleigh and Ilicic, Anna (2021) The challenges and opportunities of sustaining professional development during the COVID pandemic: the experiences of student social workers of placement in England. Social Dialog, 25. ISSN 2221-352X

Wallengren-Lynch, M, Chen, H L, Muurinen, H, Segev, E, Hollertz, K, Bengtsson, A R, Thomas, R and Carrasco, M B (2020) Is there a shared social work signature pedagogy cross nationally? Using a case study methodology to explore signature pedagogy in England, Israel, Finland, Spain and Sweden. European Journal of Social Work. pp. 1-13. ISSN 1369-1457

Clarke, Rachel, Farina, Nicolas, Chen, Henglien Lisa and Rusted, Jennifer M (2020) Quality of life and well-being of carers of people with dementia: are there differences between working and nonworking carers? Results from the IDEAL program. Journal of Applied Gerontology. pp. 1-11. ISSN 0733-4648

Balouch, Sara, Rifaat, Enas, Chen, Henglien Lisa and Tabet, Naji (2019) Social networks and loneliness in people with Alzheimer's dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34 (5). pp. 666-673. ISSN 0885-6230

Clarke, Rachel, Henglien Lisa, Chen and Rusted, Jennifer M (2017) Exploring psychological well-being in working family carers. Alzheimer's and Dementia, 13 (7). P1164. ISSN 1552-5260

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2017) [Review] David Prendergast & Chiara Garattini (2015) Aging and the digital life course. Anthropology in Action, 24 (1). pp. 49-50. ISSN 0967-201X

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2016) Partnership working in the long-term care system for older people: cross-national learning from England, the Netherlands and Taiwan. Asian Journal of Human Services, 11. pp. 31-56. ISSN 2186-3350

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2014) Care workers in long-term care for older people: challenges of quantity and quality. European Journal of Social Work, 17 (3). pp. 383-401. ISSN 1369-1457

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2013) [Review] Mo Ray and Judith Phillips (2012) Social work with older people. British Journal of Social Work, 43 (2). pp. 413-415. ISSN 0045-3102

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2012) Cross-national qualitative research into the long-term care of older people: some reflections on methodology. European Journal of Social Work, 15 (4). pp. 449-466. ISSN 1369-1457

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2012) Everyday experience of front-line professionals and in/formal carers: long term care of older people in England, the Netherlands and Taiwan. International Journal of Public and Private Healthcare Management and Economics, 2 (3). pp. 27-40. ISSN 2155-6423

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2010) Welfare and Long-term care in the East and West: Cross-national inequalities. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 30 (3-4). pp. 167-181. ISSN 0144-333X

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2009) Successful ageing among older people needing care: International comparisons seeking solutions. Social & Public Policy Review, 3 (1). pp. 1-16. ISSN 1752-704X

Book Section

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2020) The solo cross-national researcher of long-term care systems for older people. In: Łuszczyńska, Maria (ed.) Research ageing: methodological challenges and their empirical background. Routledge Advances in Research Methods . Routledge, London, pp. 170-184. ISBN 9780367507572

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2015) Care workers in long-term care for older people: challenges of quantity and quality. In: Zrinšcak, Siniša and Lawrence, Susan (eds.) Active ageing and demographic change: challenges for social work and social policy. Routledge. ISBN 9781138937383

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2014) Meeting the care needs of older people: long-term care practice in England, The Netherlands, and Taiwan. In: Mervio, Mika Markus (ed.) Contemporary social issues in East Asian societies: examining the spectrum of public and private spheres. Advances in religious and cultural studies . IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 219-233. ISBN 9781466650312

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2007) Power and autonomy of older people in long-term care: cross-national comparison and learning. In: Clarke, Karen, Maltby, Tony and Kennett, Patricia (eds.) Social Policy Review 19: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy, 2007. Social Policy Review, 19 . The Policy Press, pp. 175-200. ISBN 9781861349415

Reports and working papers

Chen, H L, Woods, C, Godley, C and Kenward, E (2021) Staying together recovering together: Covid-19 research report. Other. Time to Talk Befriending, Brighton and Hove, Adur and Worthing, Sussex.

Conference or Workshop Item

Chen, Henglien Lisa and Kim, B-J (2011) Anti-fall designs for older people: A review. In: International Federation on the Ageing, 10th Global Conference 2010, 3-6 May 2010, Melbourne, Australia.

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2011) Confucianism in transition? Migration, work and care of older people in East Asia. In: Symposia program of 'Global ageing and the reconciliation of employment and care for older family members: Do different cultural contexts result in varying reconciliation strategies? African, Asian, European and North American responses', Paris, France.

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2011) Globalisation and Future Trends: Welfare and Long-Term Care Systems in East Asia and West Europe. In: Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP), University of Loughborough, England.

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2008) Resources, Resources and Resources: Long-Term Care Service Provision of Older People in England, the Netherlands and Taiwan. In: East Asia Social Policy (EASP) 5th Conference 2008, 3-4 November 2008, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Chen, Henglien Lisa (2007) Social Inclusion in Long-Term Care of Older People: Qualitative International Comparison. In: 5th ESPAnet conference, September 20-22 2007, Vienna. Austria.


Nekovee, Maziar, Chen, Henglien Lisa, Tabet, Naji and Petrakaki, Dimitra (2020) Co-creating connected and intelligent care homes for people with dementia. Policy@Sussex, University of Sussex.

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