Veronica Swallow

Professor Veronica Swallow RGN, RSCN, PhD, MMedSci

Professor of Child & Family & Nursing & Healthcare


A registered adult and sick children’s nurse with 30 years NHS experience of caring for children and families and of developing/leading paediatric services, I moved to academia mid-career. I lead a programme of qualitative and mixed-methods, multidisciplinary research that includes development and evaluation of self-management interventions in long-term conditions and have an accrued grant income of around £6 million as both lead and co-applicant, and 60+publications in peer-reviewed journals. I currently supervise six PhD students and am an experienced undergraduate and postgraduate teacher. Actively involved in promoting research capacity building in HE and the NHS, I am currently President of the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA) and co-founder and co-Chair of the UK and Ireland IFNA Chapter


Veronica is Professor in Child and Family Nursing and Healthcare in the Department of Nursing & Midwifery. She is a registered Adult and Sick Children’s Nurse and qualified HE Teacher with extensive experience in NHS clinical and leadership roles, and teaching and research in HE. Veronica’s research and teaching focuses particularly on:

• The ways children, young people, families/carers and health professionals share management of long-term conditions
• Development/evaluation of complex, user-led interventions (e.g. web and smartphone apps) to promote optimum health-care experiences for families, and optimum outcomes for patients, and
• User involvement and ethics in health-care research

Veronica supports active involvement of patients, parents and carers as co-researchers and advisers on research projects. Veronica’s multidisciplinary, international research includes mixed-methods, qualitative and participatory approaches, framework analysis, feasibility/full RCTs, surveys, narrative, scoping and systematic reviews; her outputs have led to invitations to present international keynote/plenary lectures; she is Editorial Board member of the Journal of Family Nursing and the Journal of Pediatric Nursing, research grant reviewer for NIHR and leading healthcare charities including a member of the Great Ormond Street Hospital (London) Charity Research Assessment Panel, and President of the International Family Nursing Association (IFNA) , co-founder and co-Chair of the IFNA UK and Ireland Chapter and a member of the UK Paediatric Nephrology Clinical Studies Group.

Veronica has received national and international recognition and awards for her student education activity and is committed to teaching professionals about the application of research evidence into practice to promote optimum clinical outcomes for patients. She currently supervises 6 PhD students and welcomes enquiries about PhD/Masters supervision in her areas of expertise.



Department of Nursing and Midwifery

Health and wellbeing


1-Development of a chatbot to support successful transition to adult care of young people with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. £810,000. NIHR Invention for Innovation (i4i), Product Development Award (PDA), CI Professor Paul Dimitri (VS Co-applicant & leads workstreams on co-design and evaluation, SHU research team on project also includes Dr Joy Orpin & Dr Janet Horsman)

2-Using digital health to transform the management of long-term conditions in the NHS. £2.2 million NIHR i4i Challenge Award. CI Dr Adrian Brown, Itecho Health. (VS Co-applicant & leads workstreams on co-design, evaluation and PPI. SHU research team on project also includes Dr Sarah Kate Smith)

3- Kawasaki Disease Coronary Artery Aneurysm Prevention trial. Funder: C4C - €3 million, CI Dr Despina Eleftheriou, VS Coapplicant & Nurse Lead

4-Nurturing Nephrotic Futures, App development Project. £40,000 Wellcome Trust. CI Wendy Cooke, Nephrotic Syndrome Trust. VS Co-applicant and evaluation lead

5- Establishing a regional consortium to lead the improvement of health technology for children and young people. White Rose Collaboration Fund £11,000, CI Dr Jackie Martin-Kerry, York University. VS Co-applicant


Funding to develop chatbot for young people with type 1 diabetes (



Journal articles

Danford, C.A., Mooney-Doyle, K., Deatrick, J.A., Feetham, S., Gross, D., Knafl, K.A., ... Swallow, V. (2024). Building Family Interventions for Scalability and Impact. Journal of Family Nursing.

Dahlawi, N., Milnes, L., & Swallow, V. (2024). Children's behavioural and emotional reactions towards living with congenital heart disease in Saudi Arabia: A grounded theory study. Health Expectations, 27 (2).

Knafl, K., & Swallow, V. (2023). Advancing Family Science Through Synthesis Research (Editorial). Journal of Family Nursing, 29 (4), 319-323.

Orpin, J., Rodriguez, A., Harrop, D., Mills, E., Campbell, F., Martin-Kerry, J., ... Swallow, V. (2023). Supportive use of digital technologies during transition to adult healthcare for young people with long-term conditions, focusing on Type 1 diabetes mellitus: A scoping review. Journal of child health care.

Benson, A., Rawdon, C., Tuohy, E., Murphy, N., McDonnell, C., Swallow, V., ... Lambert, V. (2023). Relationship between parent-adolescent communication and parent involvement in adolescent Type 1 diabetes management, parent/family wellbeing and glycaemic control. Chronic illness.

Eleftheriou, D., Moraes, Y.C., Purvis, C., Pursell, M., Morillas, M.M., Kahn, R., ... Brogan, P. (2023). Multi-centre, randomised, open-label, blinded endpoint assessed, trial of corticosteroids plus intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) and aspirin, versus IVIG and aspirin for prevention of coronary artery aneurysms (CAA) in Kawasaki disease (KD): the KD CAA prevention (KD-CAAP) trial protocol. Trials, 24 (1).

Tuohy, E., Gallagher, P., Rawdon, C., Murphy, N., Swallow, V., & Lambert, V. (2023). Adolescent Perspectives on Negotiating Self-Management Responsibilities for Type 1 Diabetes with their Parents. Patient Education and Counseling, 109.

Nightingale, R., Kirk, S., Swallow, V., & McHugh, G.A. (2022). Supporting the parent-to-child transfer of self-management responsibility for chronic kidney disease: a qualitative study. Health Expectations.

Rawdon, C., Kilcullen, S.M., Murphy, N., Swallow, V., Gallagher, P., & Lambert, V. (2022). Parents’ perspectives of factors affecting parent–adolescent communication about type 1 diabetes and negotiation of self-management responsibilities. Journal of Child Health Care.

Shamali, M., Larramendi, N.E., Østergaard, B., Barbieri-Figueiredo, M., Brødsgaard, A., Canga-Armayor, A., ... Louise Luttik, M. (2022). Nurses’ attitudes towards family importance in nursing care across Europe. Journal of Clinical Nursing.

Nightingale, R., McHugh, G.A., Swallow, V., & Kirk, S. (2022). Shifting responsibilities: A qualitative study of how young people assume responsibility from their parents for self-management of their chronic kidney disease. Health Expectations.

Thompson, D., Deatrick, J.A., Knafl, K.A., Swallow, V., & Wu, Y.P. (2022). A Pragmatic Guide to Qualitative Analysis for Pediatric Researchers. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

Horrowitz, J., & Swallow, V. (2022). Report of the 15th International Family Nursing Conference (In Virtual Format): Family Nursing Throughout the Life-Course June 23–July 2, 2021. Journal of Family Nursing, 28 (1), 83-89.

Edwards, J., Waite-Jones, J., Schwarz, T., & Swallow, V. (2021). Digital technologies for children and parents sharing self-management in childhood chronic or long-term conditions: a scoping review. Children, 8 (12).

Skelton, B., Knafl, K., Van Riper, M., Fleming, L., & Swallow, V. (2021). Care Coordination Needs of Families of Children with Down Syndrome: A Scoping Review to Inform Development of mHealth Applications for Families. Children, 8 (7), 558.

Greenfield, D., & Swallow, V. (2021). All nurses should understand the principles of planetary health. Nursing Times.

Dahlawi, N., Milnes, L.J., & Swallow, V. (2020). Behaviour and emotions of children and young people with congenital heart disease: A literature review. Journal of child health care : for professionals working with children in the hospital and community, 24 (2), 317-332.

Blower, S., Swallow, V., Maturana, C., Stones, S., Phillips, B., Dimitri, P., ... Martin-Kerry, J. (2020). Children and young people’s concerns and needs relating to their use of health technology to self-manage long-term conditions: a scoping review. Archives of Disease in Childhood.

Rawdon, C., Gallagher, P., Glacken, M., Swallow, V., & Lambert, V. (2020). Parent and adolescent communication with healthcare professionals about Type 1 diabetes management at adolescents' outpatient clinic appointments. Diabetic medicine : a journal of the British Diabetic Association, 37 (5), 785-796.

Smith, J., Ali, P., Birks, Y., Curtis, P., Fairbrother, H., Kirk, S., ... Swallow, V. (2020). 'Umbrella' review of family-focused care interventions supporting families where a family member has a long-term condition. Journal of Advanced Nursing.

Waite-Jones, J.M., Swallow, V., & Madill, A. (2020). From 'neurotic' to 'managing' mother: The 'medical career' experienced by mothers of a child diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. British Journal of Health Psychology.

Hollis, R., Ersser, S.J., Iles-Smith, H., Milnes, L.J., Munyombwe, T., Sanders, C., & Swallow, V. (2019). A feasibility study of administering the electronic research and development culture index to the multidisciplinary workforce in a UK teaching hospital. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare, 12, 935-945.

Tuohy, E., Rawdon, C., Gallagher, P., Glacken, M., Murphy, N., Swallow, V., & Lambert, V. (2019). Children and young people’s experiences and perceptions of self-management of type 1 diabetes: A qualitative meta-synthesis. Health Psychology Open, 6 (2), 205510291987710.

Nightingale, R., McHugh, G., Kirk, S., & Swallow, V. (2019). Supporting children and young people to assume responsibility from their parents for the self-management of their long-term condition: An integrative review. Child: Care, Health and Development, 45 (2), 175-188.

Waite-Jones, J.M., & Swallow, V. (2018). Peer-based Social Support for Young-People with Juvenile Arthritis: Views of Young People, Parents/Carers and Healthcare Professionals within the UK. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 43, e85-e91.

Young, L., Egdell, A., & Swallow, V. (2018). Qualitative accounts of young-people, parents and staff involved with a purpose-designed, pilot short-break service for 18–24 year olds with life-limiting conditions. Children and Youth Services Review, 86, 142-150.

Waite-Jones, J.M., Majeed-Ariss, R., Smith, J., Stones, S.R., Van Rooyen, V., & Swallow, V. (2018). Young people's, parents', and professionals' views on required components of mobile apps to support self-management of juvenile arthritis: Qualitative study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20 (1), e25.

Waite-Jones, J., Swallow, V., Smith, J., Stones, S., Majeed-Ariss, R., & van Rooyen, V. (2017). 017. Developing a mobile-app to aid young people’s self-management of chronic rheumatic disease: a qualitative study. Rheumatology, 56 (suppl_6).

Stones, S., Swallow, V., Milnes, L., & McGowan, L. (2017). 049. Identifying the self-management needs of children with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases and their families: an exploratory sequential mixed methods study proposal. Rheumatology, 56 (suppl_6).

Nightingale, R., Hall, A., Gelder, C., Friedl, S., Brennan, E., & Swallow, V. (2017). Desirable components for a customized, home-based, digital care-management app for children and young people with long-term, chronic conditions: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19 (7), e235.

Swallow, V. (2017). Parents managing childhood long-term conditions: longitudinal research is needed on online forums as sources of peer-to-peer information. The British journal of dermatology, 176 (6), 1430-1431.

Swallow, V., Puzantian, H., Krischock, L., & Bronas, U.G. (2017). Insights into Living with Kidney Disease. BioMed Research International, 2017, 2805684.

Armitage, S., Swallow, V., & Kolehmainen, N. (2017). Ingredients and change processes in occupational therapy for children: a grounded theory study. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 24 (3), 208-213.

Nightingale, R., Wirz, L., Cook, W., & Swallow, V. (2017). Collaborating With Parents of Children With Chronic Conditions and Professionals to Design, Develop and Pre-pilot PLAnT (the Parent Learning Needs and Preferences Assessment Tool). Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 35, 90-97.

Smith, T., Swallow, V., & Stephenson, M. (2017). Collaborating to develop an online resource for parents. Nursing children and young people, 29 (2), 18.

Huby, K., Swallow, V., Smith, T., & Carolan, I. (2017). Children and young people's views on access to a web-based application to support personal management of long-term conditions: a qualitative study. Child: care, health and development, 43 (1), 126-132.

Ball, K., & Swallow, V. (2016). Patient experiences of cardiac surgery and nursing care: a narrative review. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 11 (7), 348-358.

Lyons, E.A., Jones, D.E., Swallow, V., & Chandler, C. (2016). An Exploration of Comfort and Discomfort Amongst Children and Young People with Intellectual Disabilities Who Depend on Postural Management Equipment. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 30 (4), 727-742.

Smith, J., Swallow, V., & Coyne, I. (2016). OC06 - Involving parents in their child's care - where next? Nursing children and young people, 28 (4), 60-61.

Swallow, V., Carolan, I., Smith, T., Webb, N.J.A., Knafl, K., Santacroce, S., ... Hall, A. (2016). A novel Interactive Health Communication Application (IHCA) for parents of children with long-term conditions: Development, implementation and feasibility assessment. Informatics for health & social care, 41 (1), 20-46.

Majeed-Ariss, R., Baildam, E., Campbell, M., Chieng, A., Fallon, D., Hall, A., ... Swallow, V. (2015). Apps and Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Adolescents' Use of Mobile Phone and Tablet Apps That Support Personal Management of Their Chronic or Long-Term Physical Conditions. Journal of medical Internet research, 17 (12), e287.

Nightingale, R., Friedl, S., & Swallow, V. (2015). Parents' learning needs and preferences when sharing management of their child's long-term/chronic condition: A systematic review. Patient education and counseling, 98 (11), 1329-1338.

Stones, S.R., Swallow, V., Majeed-Aris, R., & Hall, A. (2015). OP0243-PARE Involvement of Children and Young People with Long-Term Conditions in the Development of Mobile APP Technology to Promote Disease Self-Management. .

Swallow, V., Smith, T., & Carolan, I. (2015). PP15.14 – 2763: Promoting personal and family management of long-term conditions: Children and young people's views on desirable components for an interactive health communication application (IHCA). European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 19, S93.

Majeed-Ariss, R., Hall, A.G., McDonagh, J., Fallon, D., & Swallow, V. (2015). Mobile Phone and Tablet Apps to Support Young People's Management of Their Physical Long-Term Conditions: A Systematic Review Protocol. JMIR research protocols, 4 (2), e40.

Swallow, V.M., Mightingale, R., & Sinha, M. (2015). G41 Working with parents and health-care professionals to design, develop and pre-pilot the parent learning needs and preferences assessment tool: the plant study. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 100 (Suppl 3), A17.2-A18.

Swallow, V.M., Carolan, I., Hall, A., Smith, T., Webb, N.J.A., Campbell, M., ... Harper-Jones, M. (2015). O-219 Developing And Evaluating An On Line Parent Information And Support Application To Facilitate Home-based Care By Parents Of Long-term Conditions: A Feasibility Rct. .

Swallow, V. (2015). Special issue on children, young people, and families living with long-term conditions. Journal of pediatric nursing, 30 (1), 1-3.

Smith, J., Swallow, V., & Coyne, I. (2015). Involving parents in managing their child's long-term condition-a concept synthesis of family-centered care and partnership-in-care. Journal of pediatric nursing, 30 (1), 143-159.

Swallow, V.M., Knafl, K., Santacroce, S., Campbell, M., Hall, A.G., Smith, T., & Carolan, I. (2014). An interactive health communication application for supporting parents managing childhood long-term conditions: outcomes of a randomized controlled feasibility trial. JMIR research protocols, 3 (4), e69.

Swallow, V., Carolan, I., Hall, A., Smith, T., Webb, N.J.A., Campbell, M., ... Harper-Jones, M. (2014). O-219 Developing And Evaluating An On Line Parent Information And Support Application To Facilitate Home-based Care By Parents Of Long-term Conditions: A Feasibility Rct. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 99 (Suppl 2), A108.2-A109.

Nightingale, R., Sinha, M.D., & Swallow, V. (2014). Using focused ethnography in paediatric settings to explore professionals' and parents' attitudes towards expertise in managing chronic kidney disease stage 3-5. BMC Health Services Research, 14 (1), 403.

Carolan, I., Smith, T., Hall, A., & Swallow, V. (2014). Emerging communities of child-healthcare practice in the management of long-term conditions such as chronic kidney disease: Qualitative study of parents' accounts. BMC Health Services Research, 14 (1), 292.

Swallow, V., Smith, T., Webb, N.J.A., Wirz, L., Qizalbash, L., Brennan, E., ... Williams, J. (2014). Distributed expertise: Qualitative study of a British network of multidisciplinary teams supporting parents of children with chronic kidney disease. Child: Care, Health and Development, 41 (1), 67-75.

Swallow, V., Hall, A.G., Carolan, I., Santacroce, S., Webb, N.J., Smith, T., & Hanif, N. (2014). Designing a web-application to support home-based care of childhood CKD stages 3-5: Qualitative study of family and professional preferences. BMC Nephrology, 15 (1), 34.

Hunt, J.A., & Swallow, V. (2014). A peer-driven community-based doctoral supervisory model: Development from an evaluation of an ethics workshop for health care professionals undertaking research with children. Health Science Journal, 8 (2), 154-165.

Ward, D.J., Furber, C., Tierney, S., & Swallow, V. (2013). Using Framework Analysis in nursing research: a worked example. Journal of advanced nursing, 69 (11), 2423-2431.

Swallow, V., Nightingale, R., Williams, J., Lambert, H., Webb, N.J., Smith, T., ... Allen, D. (2013). Multidisciplinary teams, and parents, negotiating common ground in shared-care of children with long-term conditions: A mixed methods study. BMC Health Services Research, 13 (1), 264.

Swallow, V., Knafl, K., Sanatacroce, S., Hall, A., Smith, T., Campbell, M., & Webb, N.J.A. (2012). The Online Parent Information and Support project, meeting parents' information and support needs for home-based management of childhood chronic kidney disease: research protocol. Journal of advanced nursing, 68 (9), 2095-2102.

Swallow, V., Macfadyen, A., Santacroce, S.J., & Lambert, H. (2012). Fathers' contributions to the management of their child's long-term medical condition: a narrative review of the literature. Health expectations : an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy, 15 (2), 157-175.

Swallow, V., Allen, D., Williams, J., Smith, T., Crosier, J., Lambert, H., ... Webb, N.J.A. (2012). Pan-Britain, mixed-methods study of multidisciplinary teams teaching parents to manage children's long-term kidney conditions at home: Study protocol. BMC Health Services Research, 12 (1), 33.

Swallow, V., Forrester, T., & Macfadyen, A. (2012). Teenagers' and parents' views on a short-break service for children with life-limiting conditions: a qualitative study. Palliative medicine, 26 (3), 257-267.

Swallow, V., Hughes, J., Roberts, D., & Webb, N.J.A. (2012). Assessing children's and parents' opinions on salivary sampling for therapeutic drug monitoring. Nurse researcher, 19 (3), 32-37.

Macfadyen, A., Swallow, V., Santacroce, S., & Lambert, H. (2011). Involving fathers in research. Journal for specialists in pediatric nursing : JSPN, 16 (3), 216-219.

Swallow, V., Lambert, H., Santacroce, S., & Macfadyen, A. (2011). Fathers and mothers developing skills in managing children's long-term medical conditions: how do their qualitative accounts compare? Child: care, health and development, 37 (4), 512-523.

Swallow, V., Clarke, C., Campbell, S., & Lambert, H. (2009). Nurses as family learning brokers: shared management in childhood chronic kidney disease. Journal of Nursing and Healthcare of Chronic Illness, 1 (1), 49-59.

Swallow, V. (2008). An exploration of mothers' and fathers' views of their identities in chronic-kidney-disease management: parents as students? Journal of clinical nursing, 17 (23), 3177-3186.

Swallow, V., Lambert, H., Clarke, C., Campbell, S., & Jacoby, A. (2008). Childhood chronic-kidney-disease: a longitudinal-qualitative study of families learning to share management early in the trajectory. Patient education and counseling, 73 (2), 354-362.

Swallow, V.M., Smith, A., Shiel, G., Steele, K., Farrier, S., Herring, M., & Hickman, M. (2007). Opening up pre-registration education for nurses (the OPEN Project): a partnership approach. Nurse education in practice, 7 (3), 141-149.

Swallow, V., Clarke, C., Iles, S., & Harden, J. (2006). Work based, lifelong learning through professional portfolios: Challenge or reward? Pharmacy Education, 6 (2), 77-89.

Swallow, V. (2006). Learning in practice: But who learns from who? Nurse education in practice, 6 (1), 1-2.

Watson, B., Clarke, C., Swallow, V., & Forster, S. (2005). Exploratory factor analysis of the Research and Development Culture Index among qualified nurses. Journal of clinical nursing, 14 (9), 1042-1047.

Clarke, C.L., Reed, J., Wainwright, D., McClelland, S., Swallow, V., Harden, J., ... Walsh, A. (2004). The discipline of improvement: something old, something new? Journal of nursing management, 12 (2), 85-96.

Swallow, V., & Coates, M. (2004). Flexible education for new nursing roles: reflections on two approaches. Nurse education in practice, 4 (1), 53-59.

Swallow, V., & Macfadyen, A. (2004). Nurses' communication skills: are they effective research tools? Paediatric nursing, 16 (5), 20-23.

Marr, S., Steele, K., Swallow, V., Craggs, S., Procter, S., Newton, J., ... McNabb, A. (2003). Mapping the range and scope of emergency nurse practitioner services in the Northern and Yorkshire Region: a telephone survey. Emergency medicine journal : EMJ, 20 (5), 414-417.

Swallow, V., Newton, J., & Van Lottum, C. (2003). How to manage and display qualitative data using "Framework" and Microsoft Excel. Journal of clinical nursing, 12 (4), 610-612.

Swallow, V.M., & Jacoby, A. (2001). Mothers' evolving relationships with doctors and nurses during the chronic childhood illness trajectory. Journal of advanced nursing, 36 (6), 755-764.

Swallow, V.M., Chalmers, H., Miller, J., Piercy, C., & Sen, B. (2001). Accredited work-based learning (AWBL) for new nursing roles: nurses' experiences of two pilot schemes. Journal of clinical nursing, 10 (6), 820-821.

Chalmers, H., Swallow, V.M., & Miller, J. (2001). Accredited work-based learning: an approach for collaboration between higher education and practice. Nurse education today, 21 (8), 597-606.

Swallow, V.M., & Jacoby, A. (2001). Mothers' coping in chronic childhood illness: the effect of presymptomatic diagnosis of vesicoureteric reflux. Journal of advanced nursing, 33 (1), 69-78.

Swallow, V., Chalmers, H., Miller, J., & Gibb, C.E. (2000). Evaluating the development of an accredited work based learning (AWBL) scheme for A&E nurses. Emergency nurse : the journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association, 8 (7), 33-39.

Swallow, V., Chalmers, H., & Miller, J. (2000). Learning on the job accredited work based learning. Emergency nurse : the journal of the RCN Accident and Emergency Nursing Association, 8 (6), 35-39.

Blumenthal, I. (1997). Screening babies for vesicoureteric reflux. Lancet (London, England), 350 (9083), 1030.

Scott, J.E., Swallow, V., Coulthard, M.G., Lambert, H.J., & Lee, R.E. (1997). Screening of newborn babies for familial ureteric reflux. Lancet (London, England), 350 (9075), 396-400.

Swallow, V. (1996). Travel the world of networking. Paediatric nursing, 8 (1), 8-10.

Conference papers

Stones, S., Swallow, V., & Milnes, L. (2022). OP0121-HPR THE SELF- AND SHARED-MANAGEMENT OF JIA: A NEW FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCH, POLICY, AND PRACTICE. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 81 (Suppl 1), 79.1-79.

Stones, S., Swallow, V., & Milnes, L. (2021). Summary of patient/parent organisation services promoting self-and shared- management of JIA in the UK and Ireland. (Abstract only). Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 80 (Supp 1), 235.

Stones, S., Swallow, V., & Milnes, L. (2021). Factors facilitating the self- and shared-management of JIA by children, young people, their families, and professionals involved in their care: a realist evaluation.(Abstract only). Annals of the rheumatic diseases, 80 (Sup 1), 290.

Stones, S.R., Swallow, V., Majeed-Aris, R., & Hall, A. (2015). OP0243-PARE Involvement of Children and Young People with Long-Term Conditions in the Development of Mobile APP Technology to Promote Disease Self-Management. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 74 (Suppl 2), 163.3-164.


Stones, S.R., Ainsworth, S., challinor, R., Gamble, C., McGowan, L., Milnes, L.J., ... Swallow, V. (2017). Self-management of chronic disease in childhood: the iSMART study. Presented at: 3rd iCAN Research and Advocacy summit

Smith, J.E., Swallow, V., Fenton, G., & Coyne, I. (2015). Implementing and evaluating models of family centred care or children with long term conditions - where next? Presented at: RCPCH/ Royal College of Nursing (RCN), Children and Young People International Conference, Birmingham

Stones, S.R., Majeed-Ariss, R., Hall, A., Thomson, W., Foster, H., Baildam, E., ... Swallow, V. (2014). Developing mobile applications for and with young people with long-term conditions learning to share their healthcare with professionals: a young person and family-led approach. Presented at: INVOLVE Conference, Birmingham, UK

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President Elect of the International Family Nursing Association; 

Co-Chair of the UK and Ireland IFNA Chapter

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