Ray, M.,Milne, A.,Beech, C.,Phillips, J.,Richards, S.,Sullivan, M.,Tanner, D. & Lloyd, L. (2015). Gerontological Social Work: Reflections on its Role, Purpose and Value. British Journal of Social Work 45(4), 1296-1312.
Kylberg, M.,Löfqvist, C.,Tomsone, S.,Phillips, J.,Liepina, Z. & Iwarsson, S. (2014). A European Perspective on the Service Delivery Systems for Assistive Technology – Differences and Similarities Between Latvia and Sweden. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology
Phillips, J.,Walford, N.,Hockey, A.,Foreman, N. & Lewis, M. (2013). Older people and outdoor environments: Pedestrian anxieties and barriers in the use of familiar and unfamiliar spaces. Geoforum 47, 113-124.
Richards, S.Sullivan, M.Tanner, D.Beech, C.Milne, A.Ray, M.Phillips, J. & Lloyd, L. (2013). On the Edge of a New Frontier: Is Gerontological Social Work in the UK Ready to Meet Twenty-First-Century Challenges?. British Journal of Social Work
Lloyd, L.Tanner, D.Milne, A.Ray, M.Richards, S.Sullivan, M.Beech, C. & Phillips, J. (2013). Look after yourself: active ageing, individual responsibility and the decline of social work with older people in the UK. European Journal of Social Work, 1-14.
Burholt, V.Nash, P. & Phillips, J. (2013). The impact of supported living environments on social resources and the experience of loneliness for older widows living in Wales: An exploratory mediation analysis. Family Science 4(1), 121-132.
Phillips, J.Walford, N. & Hockey, A. (2012). How do unfamiliar environments convey meaning to older people? Urban dimensions of placelessness and attachment. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 6(2), 73-102.
Snooks, H.Anthony, R.Chatters, R.Cheung, W.Dale, J.Donohoe, R.Gaze, S.Halter, M.Koniotou, M.Logan, P.Lyons, R.Mason, S.Nicholl, J.Phillips, C.Phillips, J.Russell, I.Siriwardena, A.Wani, M.Watkins, A.Whitfield, R. & Wilson, L. (2012). Support and assessment for fall emergency referrals (SAFER 2) research protocol: cluster randomised trial of the clinical and cost effectiveness of new protocols for emergency ambulance paramedics to assess and refer to appropriate community-based care. BMJ Open 2(6), e002169-e002169.
Walford, N.Samarasundera, E.Phillips, J.Hockey, A. & Foreman, N. (2011). Older people's navigation of urban areas as pedestrians: Measuring quality of the built environment using oral narratives and virtual routes. Landscape and Urban Planning 100(1-2), 163-168.
Snooks, H.Cheung, W.Close, J.Dale, J.Gaze, S.Humphreys, I.Lyons, R.Mason, S.Merali, Y.Peconi, J.Phillips, C.Phillips, J.Roberts, S.Russell, I.Sánchez, A.Wani, M.Wells, B. & Whitfield, R. (2010). Support and Assessment for Fall Emergency Referrals (SAFER 1) trial protocol. Computerised on-scene decision support for emergency ambulance staff to assess and plan care for older people who have fallen: evaluation of costs and benefits using a pragmatic cluster randomised trial. BMC Emergency Medicine 10(1), 2
Phillips, J. (2014) Beyond Transport: Understanding the Role of Mobilities in Connecting Rural Elders in Civic Society. In C. Hennessy, R. Means and V. Burholt (Ed.), Countryside Connections: Older people, Community and Place in Rural Britain. Bristol: Policy Press.