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McIntosh-Scott, Annette; Mason, Tom; Mason-Whitehead, Elizabeth and Coyle, David eds. (2013). Key Concepts in Nursing and Healthcare Resesarch. SAGE Key Concepts series. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

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Coyle, David (2013). Evaluation Research. In: McIntosh-Scott, Annette; Mason, Tom; Mason-Whitehead, Elizabeth and Coyle, David eds. Key Concepts in Nursing and Healthcare Resesarch. SAGE Key Concepts series. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 39–43.

Coyle, David and Lunt, Julie (2010). Person-Centred Planning. In: Talbot, Pat; Astbury, Geoff and Mason, Tom eds. Key Concepts in Learning Disabilities. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 193–198.

Coyle, David (2009). Public Health and Mental Health. In: Wilson, Frances and Mabhala, Mzwandile eds. Key Concepts in Public Health. London: SAGE Publications Ltd, pp. 225–229.

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Coyle, David (2011). Impact of person-centred thinking and personal budgets in mental health services: reporting a UK pilot. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 18(9) pp. 796–803.

Alakeson, Vidhya and Coyle, David (2011). Personal health budgets and the role of nursing. Nursing Standard, 25(26) pp. 35–39.

Mason, Tom; Worsley, Aidan and Coyle, David (2010). Forensic multidisciplinary perspectives of Tarasoff liability: a vignette study. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 21(4) pp. 549–554.

Mason, T.; Lovell, A. and Coyle, D. (2008). Forensic psychiatric nursing: skills and competencies: I role dimensions. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 15(2) pp. 118–130.

Mason, T.; Coyle, D. and Lovell, A. (2008). Forensic psychiatric nursing: skills and competencies: II clinical aspects. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 15(2) pp. 131–139.

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