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Professor Priscilla Harries

School: Centre for Health and Social Care Research

Job Title: Professor

Email: p.harries@sgul.kingston.ac.uk

Phone: 020 8725 2278

Location: St Georges Campus

Biography

Professor Priscilla Harries, Dip.COT, MSc, PhD, FHEA, FCOT, is a Professor of Occupational Therapy and Fellow of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists. She commenced as Associate Dean of Research at the Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education at Kingston University & St George's, University of London on 1st October 2018; she is based at Hunter Wing, St George's Campus. She is also the Director for the Centre of Health and Social Care Research (CHSCR).

She holds a number of national roles: she is an appointed member of the REF 2021 subpanel for UoA3 Allied Health, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy; the UK elected Vice Chair of Council at the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) and Chair of the RCOT Research and Development Board; a NIHR appointed Clinical Academic Mentor for those on the NIHR Clinical Academic pathway; an appointed member of both the NIHR HTA Panel and the Clinical Academic Doctoral Fellowships Panel Award and former Chair of the Editorial Board for the British Journal of Occupational Therapy. Her clinical posts were as an occupational therapist in the fields of neurosurgery, neurology and mental health at the Maudsley Hospital.

2018 - Current Associate Dean of Research at the Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education; Director for the Centre of Health and Social Care Research (CHSCR); REF 2021 UoA 3 Subpanel member.
2014-2018 Head of Clinical Sciences, Brunel University London. Line management and leadership of four divisions; Occupational Therapy and Specialist Community Public Health Nursing; Physiotherapy and Physician Associate; Social Work; Health Studies (Public Health, Health Promotion and Health Economics).
Winner of Brunel University London 'Top Department' Prize 2018
2013-2015 Reader and Head of Clinical Sciences, Brunel University London.
2012-2013 Senior Lecturer, Divisional Research Lead and School Impact Champion, School of Health Science and Social Care, Brunel University London.
2009-2013 Senior Lecturer, Divisional Research Lead and MSc Course Leader (Occupational Therapy), School of Health Science and Social Care, Brunel University London.
2003-2009 Lecturer and MSc Course Leader (Occupational Therapy), School of Health Science and Social Care, Brunel University London (discretionary award for outstanding work in teaching and research in 2004), Brunel University London
1995-2003 Lecturer in Health Sciences, School of Health Sciences and Social Care, Brunel University London.
1993 1994 Sabbatical in Autumn term: Volunteer Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, Christian Medical College and Hospital, Vellore, South India.
1987-1995 Occupational Therapist, Bethlem & Maudsley Hospitals in the clinical fields of neurology, neurosurgery, adolescent psychiatry, eating disorders, older adults, psychosis, community mental health and post partum psychiatry.

Academic and professional qualifications

  • PhD, Human Sciences (Psychology), Brunel University
  • MSc, Occupational Therapy, Exeter University
  • Diploma C.O.T., Occupational Therapy, Dorset House School of Occupational Therapy, Oxford

Professional registration and membership

  • Fellow,  Royal College of Occupational Therapists
  • Member,  British Association of Occupational Therapists (BAOT)
  • Registrant OT15926,  Health and Care Professions Council
  • Member,  American Association of Occupational Therapists
  • Fellow, Higher Education Academy
  • Member,  World Federation of Occupational Therapists

Research interests

My research interests are in judgement and decision-making, clinical reasoning, and the study of intuitive expert thinking. I have over 100 publications and have held grants from the ESRC, NDA, UKOTRF and HEA to study professional decision-making in various clinical domains. I have developed a range of on-line training resources to support the acquisition of professional decision-making skills in a number of fields, that have all been tested with RCTs and been shown to have a positive effect. These decision training resources are freely available at:

https://fitnesstodrive.com
http://www.elderfinancialabuse.co.uk/
https://referralprioritisation.com/
https://dietitianreferral.org/
https://colouredlensesandvisualstress.com/


Former PhD students (1st Supervisor)
1. Dr Austin Claffey (2010) Metamemory function of people with Multiple Sclerosis.
2. Dr Miranda Davies (2011) Detecting and preventing financial abuse in older adults. (Top University PhD academic and impact 'Walduck' prize 2012, 1st prize School PhD conference 2009)
3. Dr Alison Blank (2011) The journey in to work: Exploring users' perspectives of Vocational Rehabilitation Services for people with severe and enduring mental health problems. (2nd prize PhD School conference 2008).
4. Dr Stephanie Tempest (2014) Promoting MDT working in stroke rehabilitation: evaluating the use of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health. (School 1st prize PhD conference 2008).
5. Nicola White (2017) Identifying factors used to predict death at end of life stage: identification of super prognosticators and information use in effective decision making. Palliative care: Clinicians' EstimateS (P:CES) St George's Hospital Medical School. Funded by St George's Hospital and UCL.
Current PhD students
5. Samia Elyoussfi (FT 2016 -2019) Better health for people with rare endocrine disorders: promoting patient engagement in regular screening. Funded by Barts Charity- Harries Brunel PI grant holder.
6. Graham Boniface (PT 2017-2023) Therapeutic Exercise Prescription in the Rheumatic Adult Jointed funded by University of Oxford and Brunel University London.
MSc Dissertation Students supervised
1. Chana T (2016) Identifying USA occupational therapy Driving Rehabilitation Specialists (DRSs) judgement on policies when assessing fitness-to-drive decisions for older adults and people with disabilities.
2. Lim H H (2015). Predicting driving ability for drivers with medical condition using the 'DriveSafe and DriveAware' in Singapore: A Pilot study.

3. Wightman E (2014) Systematic Review: Interventions to Improve Driving Ability after Neurological Impairment.

4. Saha B (2012) Quality of Life (QOL) of people living with Stroke in Bangladesh.
5. Parker C (2012) The development of a web-based resource to centralise information and promote awareness and access to information about coloured lens glasses in England.
6. Perkins L (2012) The development of an on line resource to centralise information about the screening and provision of coloured lens glasses in England.
7. Fowler L (2012) The development of an on line resource to centralise information about the screening and provision of coloured lens glasses in England.
8. Wignall S (2012) The development of an on line resource to centralise information about the screening and provision of coloured lens glasses in England.
9. Elkin K (2011) The Psychosocial Effects of Internet Use of Older Adults: A Systematic Review.
10. Jamaludin A (2011) A systematic review of the effectiveness of weighting strategies for upper limb postural and intention tremor.
12. Lowry C (2011) A systematic review of occupational therapy interventions for osteoarthritis of the carpometacarpal joint of the thumb.
13. Smyth G (2008) Service User Experiences of Social Inclusion in Community Occupations.
14. Bird B (2007) Post-operative splinting for Dupuytren's contracture: a systematic review. Recipient of the Brunel Goldtel 'Best Dissertation' Prize.
15. Macebo A (2007) HAQ-DAS-WIS Correlational Study.
16. Dorer G (2006) Community occupations of mental health service users: A quantitative study of engagement and social inclusion. Recipient of the Brunel Goldtel 'Best Dissertation' Prize.
17. Glanfield S (2005) Negative symptoms of schizophrenia: An investigation into occupational therapists' awareness and use of evidence based interventions.
18 Burstein B (2005) Educators' perceptions of the usefulness of an Occupational Therapy training package for children with development co-ordination disorder.
19. Vaughan J (2004) Occupation in Assertive Outreach Team.

Member of Special Interest Groups
- International Society for Judgement and Decision Making
- European Society for Decision Making
- London Judgement and Decision Making Group
- The Brunswikian Society

Member of Research Centres/Institutes
- Centre for Health & Social Care Research (Director, St George's, University of London.
- Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London
- Ageing Studies Theme, Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London

Peer Reviewer for Journals
- British Journal of Occupational Therapy (Member of Editorial Board 2010-2012, Chair of Editorial Board 2012-2013)
- BMC Journals
- Mental Health Occupational Therapy
- Elsevier Science
- Australian Journal of Occupational Therapy
- Ageing and Society
- PlosOne

Peer Reviewer for Grants
- RCOT/UKOTRF awards
- NIHR
- ESRC (member of peer review college for 2 year term 2012-2014)
- BUPA
- Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Joint Research Committee

Grants and funding

  • 2016 - 2020
    Partner Investigator (WP2 lead) Marie Curie Programme Grant. Improving care, assessment, communication and training at the end-of-life (I-CAN-CARE), UCL.
  • 2016 - 2019
    Co-investigator. Barts and The London Charity £75,000. Better health for people with rare endocrine disorders: promoting patient engagement in regular screening.
  • 2017 - 2018
    Co-Investigator CNWL NHS Trust/Brunel. Healthy Living Training - making every contact count. HEE NWL Strategic Investment Funding £93,500.
  • 2016 - 2017
    Principal Investigator. HEE NWL £80,000. Initiatives to increase community practice placement capacity for occupational therapy and physiotherapy pre-registration students.
  • 2014 - 2016
    Co-Investigator. Dawes Trust Charity £98,388. A study of the prevalence and nature of financial abuse of those lacking mental capacity.
  • 2015 - 2015
    Co-Investigator AUS$25,000. Public Transport Victoria. Understanding mobility aid users access on public transport.
  • 2015 - 2015
    Principal Investigator. £125,000. Motability 10th Anniversary Trust Fund. Scoping our future research priorities.
  • 2013 - 2015
    Principal Investigator. Imperial College Healthcare Charity (£12,627) 9FEC £27,812). Prioritisation of referrals for dietetic acute adult services.
  • 2012 - 2015
    Principal Investigator. UK College of Occupational Therapists Research Foundation. £79,975 Development of a web-based decision aid to assist occupational therapists to make optimal fitness-to-drive decisions for disabled and older drivers.
  • 2012 - 2012
    Co-investigator Joseph Rountree Foundation £28,000. "Risk, trust and relationships in an ageing society".
  • 2011 - 2012
    Principal Investigator. ESRC follow on grant £92,743 (FEC £115,929). Developing decision training tools to enhance the ability of professionals to detect and prevent financial elder abuse.
  • 2009 - 2011
    Principal Investigator. Higher Education Academy: Subject centre for Health Sciences and Practice £5000. "Randomized controlled trial to test the effectiveness of a referral prioritization decision training tool for student occupational therapists".
  • 2008 - 2011
    Co-investigator. Cross council grant. New Dynamics of Ageing cross-council programme (2008-2011), "Detecting and preventing financial abuse of older adults: An examination of decision-making by managers and professionals in health, social care, banking." Grant ref RES-352-25-0026 £268,526.81 (FEC £325,878).
  • 2004 - 2005
    Principal Investigator. Brunel University London Teaching and Learning Development Fund. £9000 "Development of a web based training tool required to equip novice clinical practitioners in the skill of referral prioritisation."
  • 2003 - 2004
    Principal investigator. Brunel University London Concepts grant £6000: "Prioritisation of occupational therapy referrals."

Publications

Number of items: 72.

Article

White, Nicola, Harries, Priscilla, Harris, Adam JL, Vicerstaff, Victoria, Lodge, Philip, McGowan, Catherine, Minton, Ollie, Tomlinson, Christopher, Tookman, Adrian, Reid, Fiona and Stone, Patrick (2018) How do palliative care doctors recognise imminently dying patients? A judgement analysis. BMJ Open, 8(11), e024996. ISSN (online) 2044-6055

Harries, Priscilla, Gokalp, Hulya, Davies, Miranda, Tomlinson, Christopher and Hickson, Mary (2018) Enhanced referral prioritisation for acute adult dietetic services: A randomised control trial to test a web-based decision training tool. Clinical Nutrition, 37(5), pp. 1456-1461. ISSN (print) 0261-5614

Vaucher, Paul, Choi, Moon, Gelinas, Isabelle, Harries, Priscilla, Margot-Cattin, Isabel, Mazer, Barbara, Van Niekerk, Lana, Patomella, Ann-Helen, Stapleton, Tadhg, Swanepoel, Lizette, Unsworth, Carolyn and Vrkljan, Brenda (2018) Development of the International Expert Advisory Panel on Community Health and Transport (I-CHaT) to coordinate research on transport mobility. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 81(5), pp. 245-246. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla, Unsworth, Carolyn, Gokalp, Hulya, Davies, Miranda, Tomlinson, Christopher and Harries, Luke (2018) A randomised controlled trial to test the effectiveness of decision training on assessors’ ability to determine optimal fitness-to-drive recommendations for older or disabled drivers. BMC Medical Education, 18(27), ISSN (online) 1472-6920

Dalley, Gillian, Gilhooly, Mary Lynn, Gilhooly, Kenneth, Levi, Michael and Harries, Priscilla (2017) Researching the financial abuse of individuals lacking mental capacity. The Journal of Adult Protection, 19(6), pp. 394-405. ISSN (print) 1466-8203

Unsworth, Carolyn A., Baker, Anne M., So, Man H., Harries, Priscilla and O’Neill, Desmond (2017) A systematic review of evidence for fitness-to-drive among people with the mental health conditions of schizophrenia, stress/anxiety disorder, depression, personality disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. BMC Psychiatry, 17, p. 318. ISSN (online) 1471-244X

Hickson, M, Davies, M, Gokalp, H and Harries, P (2017) Using judgement analysis to identify dietitians' referral prioritisation for assessment in adult acute services. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 71(11), pp. 1291-1296. ISSN (print) 0954-3007

White, Nicola, Reid, Fiona, Harris, Adam, Harries, Priscilla and Stone, Patrick (2016) A systematic review of predictions of survival in palliative care: How accurate are clinicians and who are the experts? PLoS ONE, 11(8), e0161407. ISSN (online) 1932-6203

Harries, Priscilla, Gilhooly, Mary M., Gilhooly, Kenneth J. and Davies, Miranda S. (2016) Enhancing workforce capacity in the detection and prevention of elder financial abuse. Public Policy & Aging Report, 26(1), pp. 30-33. ISSN (print) 1055-3037

Gilhooly, Mary M., Dalley, Gillian, Gilhooly, Kenneth J., Sullivan, Mary P., Harries, Priscilla, Levi, Michael, Kinnear, Deborah C. and Davies, Miranda S. (2016) Financial elder abuse through the lens of the bystander intervention model. Public Policy & Aging Report, 26(1), pp. 5-11. ISSN (print) 1055-3037

Saha, Bijan Kumar, Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Kenneth James (2016) Living with stroke in Bangladesh : factors influencing quality of life (QoL). World Federation of Occupational Therapists Bulletin, 72(2), pp. 117-125. ISSN (print) 1447-3828

Unsworth, Carolyn A and Harries, Priscilla A (2015) Special issue : Driving and community mobility (II) – interventions to enable driving. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(6), pp. 337-338. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla A and Unsworth, Carolyn A (2015) Special issue : Driving and community mobility (I) – clinical assessment of fitness to drive. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(2), pp. 71-72. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Unsworth, Carolyn, Harries, Priscilla and Davies, Miranda (2015) Using Social Judgment Theory method to examine how experienced occupational therapy driver assessors use information to make fitness-to-drive recommendations. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 78(2), pp. 109-120. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla, Hall, Roger, Ray, Nicola and Stein, John (2015) Using coloured filters to reduce the symptoms of visual stress in children with reading delay. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 22(2), pp. 153-160. ISSN (print) 1103-8128

Blank, Alison Anne, Harries, Priscilla and Reynolds, Frances (2015) ‘Without occupation you don't exist’ : occupational engagement and mental illness. Journal of Occupational Science, 22(2), pp. 197-209. ISSN (print) 1442-7591

Harries, Priscilla, Yang, Huiqin, Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Mary, Gilhooly, Kenneth and Thompson, Carl (2014) Identifying and enhancing risk thresholds in the detection of elder financial abuse: a signal detection analysis of professionals’ decision making. BMC Medical Education, 14(1044), ISSN (online) 1472-6920

Harries, Priscilla, Perkins, Lucy, Parker, Clare, Fowler, Lisa, Wignall, Sharon, Mangalpara, Esheeta and Harries, Luke (2014) Supporting children with visual stress: the development of a web resource for parents and professionals. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 77(12), pp. 626-633. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla, Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Ken, Gilhooly, Mary and Tomlinson, Christopher (2014) Educating novice practitioners to detect elder financial abuse : a randomised controlled trial. BMC Medical Education, 14(21), ISSN (online) 1472-6920

Harries, Priscilla A., Davies, Miranda L., Gilhooly, Kenneth J., Gilhooly, Mary L.M. and Cairns, Deborah (2014) Detection and prevention of financial abuse against elders. Journal of Financial Crime, 21(1), pp. 84-99. ISSN (print) 1359-0790

Davies, Miranda L., Gilhooly, Mary L. M., Gilhooly, Kenneth J., Harries, Priscilla A. and Cairns, Deborah (2013) Factors influencing decision-making by social care and health sector professionals in cases of elder financial abuse. European Journal of Ageing, 10(4), pp. 313-323. ISSN (print) 1613-9372

Hall, Roger, Ray, Nicola, Harries, Priscilla and Stein, John (2013) A comparison of two-coloured filter systems for treating visual reading difficulties. Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(26), pp. 2221-2226. ISSN (print) 0963-8288

Harries, Priscilla A., Gutman, Sharon A. and Polatajko, Helene J. (2013) Reciprocal access agreements between BJOT, AJOT, and CJOT. Canadian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 80(2), pp. 68-69. ISSN (print) 0008-4174

Harries, Priscilla and Craik, Christine (2013) Onwards and upwards : publication directions of the British Journal of Occupational Therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(1), p. 1. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla A and Steeden, Beryl (2013) Fond farewells and warm welcomes : the editor, British Journal of Occupational Therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(4), p. 161. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Gilhooly, Mary L.M., Cairns, Deborah, Davies, Miranda, Harries, Priscilla, Gilhooly, Kenneth J. and Notley, Elizabeth (2013) Framing the detection of financial elder abuse as bystander intervention : decision cues, pathways to detection and barriers to action. The Journal of Adult Protection, 15(2), pp. 54-68. ISSN (print) 1466-8203

Harries, P. A., Gutman, S. A. and Polatajko, H. J. (2013) Reciprocal access agreements between BJOT, AJOT, and CJOT : new resources for occupational therapists around the world. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 67(2), pp. 138-139. ISSN (print) 0272-9490

Harries, Priscilla, Gutman, Sharon A and Polatajko, Helene J (2013) Reciprocal access agreements between BJOT, AJOT and CJOT : new resources for occupational therapists around the world. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(3), p. 117. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla A and Unsworth, Carolyn A (2013) Clinical assessment of fitness-to-drive : positioning occupational therapy for workforce development. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 76(7), p. 299. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Tempest, Stephanie, Harries, Priscilla, Kilbride, Cherry and De Souza, Lorraine (2013) Enhanced clarity and holism : the outcome of implementing the ICF with an acute stroke multidisciplinary team in England. Disability and Rehabilitation, 35(22), pp. 1921-1925. ISSN (print) 0963-8288

Blank, Alison, Harries, Priscilla and Reynolds, Frances (2013) The meaning and experience of work in the context of severe and enduring mental health problems : an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Work, 45(3), pp. 299-304. ISSN (print) 1051-9815

Newell, Susan E., Harries, Priscilla and Ayers, Susan (2012) Boredom proneness in a psychiatric inpatient population. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 58(5), pp. 488-495. ISSN (print) 0020-7640

Harries, Priscilla and Tomlinson, Christopher (2012) Teaching young dogs new tricks : improving occupational therapists' referral prioritization capacity with a web-based decision-training aid. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 19(6), pp. 542-546. ISSN (print) 1103-8128

Harries, Priscilla, Tomlinson, Christopher, Notley, Elizabeth, Davies, Miranda and Gilhooly, Kenneth (2012) Effectiveness of a decision-training aid on referral prioritization capacity. Medical Decision Making, 32(6), pp. 779-791. ISSN (print) 0272-989X

Tempest, Stephanie, Harries, Priscilla, Kilbride, Cherry and De Souza, Lorraine (2012) To adopt is to adapt : the process of implementing the ICF with an acute stroke multidisciplinary team in England. Disability and Rehabilitation, 34(20), pp. 1686-1694. ISSN (print) 0963-8288

Harries, Priscilla, Weale, Clare and Kilbride, Cherry (2012) Changes to the Blue Badge Scheme : equity for service users — employment opportunities for therapists. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 75(9), p. 395. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Smyth, Genevieve, Harries, Priscilla and Dorer, Gemma (2011) Exploring mental health service users' experiences of social inclusion in their community occupations. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(7), pp. 323-331. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Davies, Miranda, Sullivan, Mary Pat, Harries, Priscilla, Cairns, Deborah, Stanley, David, Gilhooly, Mary, Gilhooly, Kenneth, Notley, Elizabeth, Gilbert, Anthony, Penhale, Bridget and Hennessy, Catherine (2011) Factors used in the detection of elder financial abuse : a judgement and decision-making study of social workers and their managers. International Social Work, 54(3), pp. 404-420. ISSN (print) 0020-8728

Blank, Alison, Harries, Priscilla and Reynolds, Frances (2011) Mental health service users' perspectives of work : a review of the literature. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(4), pp. 191-199. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Kenneth (2011) Training novices to make expert, occupationally focused, community mental health referral decisions. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(2), pp. 58-65. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla Ann and Gilhooly, Kenneth J. (2010) Occupational therapists’ self-insight into their referral prioritisation policies for clients with mental health needs. Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, 57(6), pp. 417-424. ISSN (print) 0045-0766

Dorer, Gemma, Harries, Priscilla and Marston, Louise (2009) Measuring social inclusion : a staff survey of mental health service users' participation in community occupations. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 72(12), pp. 520-530. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Cilla (2009) Service-user story : recovering from anxiety. Mental Health Occupational Therapy, 14(1), pp. 14-16. ISSN (print) 1363-4682

Harries, P (2007) Progress report : use of the Web tool for training prioritisation skills for Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) referrals. Mental Health Occupational Therapy, 12(2), pp. 69-70. ISSN (print) 1363-4682

Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Ken (2006) Identifying occupational therapists' referral priorities in community health. Occupational Therapy International, 10(2), pp. 150-164. ISSN (print) 0966-7903

Weiss, David J., Shanteau, James and Harries, Priscilla (2006) People who judge people. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 19(5), pp. 441-454. ISSN (print) 0894-3257

Harries, Priscilla (2006) The development of a web-based tool for training referral prioritization skills. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 13(6), p. 244. ISSN (print) 1741-1645

Harries, Priscilla A and Gilhooly, Ken (2003) Generic and specialist occupational therapy casework in community mental health teams. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 66(3), pp. 101-109. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla A and Harries, Clare (2001) Studying clinical reasoning, part 2 : Applying social judgement theory. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(6), pp. 285-292. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla A and Harries, Clare (2001) Studying clinical reasoning, part 1: Have we been taking the wrong ‘track’? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64(4), pp. 164-168. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla (1998) Community Mental Health Teams : occupational therapists' changing role. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61(5), pp. 219-220. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla and Caan, A W (1994) What do psychiatric inpatients and ward staff think about occupational therapy? British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(6), pp. 219-223. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Harries, Priscilla (1992) Facilitating change in anorexia nervosa : the role of occupational therapy. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(9), pp. 334-339. ISSN (print) 0308-0226

Book Section

Gilhooly, Mary, Kinnear, Deborah, Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Kenneth and Harries, Priscilla (2018) Financial elder abuse. In: Walker, Alan, (ed.) The new dynamics of ageing. Volume 2. Bristol, U.K. : Policy Press. pp. 51-70. (The New Dynamics of Ageing, no. 2) ISBN 9781447314790

Harries, Priscilla and Duncan, Edward A.S. (2009) Judgement and decision-making skills for practice. In: Duncan, Edward A.S., (ed.) Skills for practice in occupational therapy. Edinburgh, U.K. : Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier. pp. 25-40. ISBN 9780080450421

Harries, Priscilla (2007) Knowing more than we can say. In: Creek, Jennifer and Lawson-Porter, Anne, (eds.) Contemporary issues in occupational therapy : reasoning and reflection. Chichester, U.K. : John Wiley. pp. 161-188. ISSN (print) 9780470065112

Harries, Priscilla (2005) Health promotion in eating disorders : the contribution of occupational therapists. In: Scriven, Angela, (ed.) Health promoting practice : the contribution of nurses and allied health professionals. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 127-137. ISBN 9781403934116

Conference or Workshop Item

Gilhooly, M.L., Dalley, G., Gilhooly, K.J., Harries, P., Sullivan, M. and Levi, M. (2016) Financial elder abuse : findings from a UK study of Court of Protection cases. In: 2016 GSA Annual Scientific Meeting : New Lens on Aging : Changing Attitudes, Expanding Possibilities; 16-20 Nov 2016, New Orleans, U.S.A.. (Unpublished)

Wightman, E and Harries, P (2015) Systematic review : interventions to improve driving ability after neurological impairment. In: College of Occupational Therapists 39th Annual Conference & Exhibition and Specialist Section – Work Annual Conference; 30 Jun - 02 Jul 2015, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Harries, P, Hall, R and Stein, J (2014) Helping children to read : reducing the symptoms of visual stress using coloured lens spectacles. In: College of Occupational Therapists 38th Annual Conference and Exhibition; 03 - 05 Jun 2014, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Harries, P, Davies, M, Gilhooly, M, Carins, D and Gilhooly, K (2013) Detection and prevention of elder financial abuse in health and social care. In: College of Occupational Therapists 37th Annual Conference and Exhibition; 18-20 Jun 2013, Glasgow, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Blank, A and Harries, P (2008) The journey into work : returning to work with a mental health problem. In: College of Occupational Therapists 32nd Annual Conference and Exhibition; 10-13 Jun 2008, Harrogate, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Monograph

Dalley, Gillian, Gilhooly, Kenneth, Gilhooly, Mary, Barnett, Julie, Gobet, Fernand, Harries, Priscilla, Niblock, Sarah, Sullivan, Mary Pat and Victor, Christina (2012) Risk, trust and relationships in an ageing society. (Discussion Paper) York, U.K. : Joseph Rowntree Foundation. 65 p. ISBN 9781859359334

Davies, Miranda, Harries, Priscilla, Gilhooly, Kenneth and Gilhooly, Mary (2011) Decision making in relation to financial elder abuse : a review of the literature on decision making and judgment analysis. (Project Report) London, U.K. : Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University. 17 p. (NDA Programme : Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults, no. 2) ISBN 9781902316895

Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Mary, Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Kenneth (2011) Financial elder abuse : a review of the literature. (Project Report) London, U.K. : Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University. 23 p. (NDA Programme : Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults, no. 1) ISBN 9781902316888

Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Mary, Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Kenneth (2011) Phase II - methodologies used in a study modelling decision making by social care, health and banking professionals. (Project Report) London, U.K. : Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University. 25 p. (NDA Programme : Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults, no. 5) ISBN 9781902316925

Davies, Miranda, Gilhooly, Kenneth, Harries, Priscilla and Gilhooly, Mary (2011) Phase II results : modelling financial elder abuse cue usage by banking professionals : results from a study on decision making. (Project Report) London, U.K. : Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University. 24 p. (NDA Programme : Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults, no. 7) ISBN 9781902316949

Davies, Miranda, Harries, Priscilla, Gilhooly, Kenneth and Gilhooly, Mary (2011) Phase II results : modelling financial elder abuse cue usage by social care and health professionals : findings from a study of decision making in detecting financial abuse. (Project Report) London, U.K. : Brunel Institute for Ageing Studies, Brunel University. 25 p. (NDA Programme : Detecting and Preventing Financial Abuse of Older Adults, no. 6) ISBN 9781902316932

Database or Web Resource

Hickson, Mary and Harries, Priscilla (2016) Dietitian referral prioritisation : clinical decision training for dietitians. Website.

Harries, Priscilla and Unsworth, Carolyn (2015) Fitness-To-Drive : assisting clinical decision making for occupational therapists. Website.

Harries, Priscilla, Wignall, Sharon, Parker, Clare, Perkins, Lucy, Fowler, Lisa and Mangalpara, Esheeta (2012) Coloured lenses and visual stress : A resource to centralise information about the screening, assessment and provision of coloured lens glasses in England. Website.

Harries, Priscilla, Gilhooly, Mary, Gilhooly, Ken and Davies, Miranda (2012) Elder financial abuse : research and training. Website.

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