WILLIS, P.,MAEGUSUKU-HEWETT, T.,RAITHBY, M. & MILES, P. (2014). Swimming upstream: the provision of inclusive care to older lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) adults in residential and nursing environments in Wales. Ageing and Society, 1-25.
Willis, Paul. (2012). The ABC of peer mentoring – what secondary students have to say about cross-age peer mentoring in a regional Australian school. Educational Research and Evaluation 18(2), 173-185.
Willis, P. (2009). ‘IT REALLY IS WATER OFF OUR BACKS’: YOUNG LGBQ PEOPLE'S STRATEGIES FOR RESISTING AND REFUTING HOMONEGATIVE PRACTICES IN AUSTRALIAN WORKPLACES. Gay and Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review 5(3), 134-145.
Maegusuku-Hewett, Tracey.,Raithby, Michele . & Willis, Paul. (2015) Life in the Pink Dragon's Den: mental health services and social inclusion for LGBT people in Wales. In Julie Fish and Kate Karban (Ed.), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Health Inequalities: international perspectives in social work. (pp. 79-95).
Willis, P. (2014) Working across differences in sexuality and age: Australian stories of young LGBQ workers' experiences in paid employment. In Fiona Colgan and Nick Rumens (Ed.), Sexual Orientation at Work: Contemporary issues and perspectives. (pp. 122-136). New York: Routledge.