- Older people’s experiences of recent urban regeneration
- Evaluation of an inner-city Children’s Centre
- Evaluation of a Healthy Living Centre’s work with older people
- Flood emergency planning for care homes for older people
SPHR Ageing Well Programme (http://sphr.nihr.ac.uk/):
- Developing age-friendly towns and cities
- Welfare benefits, loneliness and well-being in older age: towards an evaluation of the impact of withdrawal of universal benefits
- Inequitable access to public health and healthcare interventions for older people and the consequences of Intervention-Generated Inequalities
Buckner, S. and Green, J. (2013) Entitlement and universality: the need for re-search on the impact of introducing conditionality in welfare benefits on health and wellbeing in older age, Cambridge and London: School for Public Health Research (SPHR) at University of Cambridge and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. http://sphr.lshtm.ac.uk/files/2013/08/Welfare-benefits-discussion-paper_08082013.pdf
Buckner, S. (2012) Older people’s experiences of recent urban regeneration: a psychosocial perspective, Preston: University of Central Lancashire. Unpublished PhD thesis.
Buckner, S. (2005) ‘Taking the debate on reflexivity further: psychodynamic team analysis of a BNIM interview’, Journal of Social Work Practice, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 59-72.
Froggett, L., Chamberlayne, P., Buckner, S. and Wengraf, T. (2005) The Bromley by Bow research and evaluation project: integrated practice – focus on older people, Preston: University of Central Lancashire.
Buckner, S. (2001) Flood emergency planning for care homes for elderly people: planning provisions and future planning implications, Cambridge: Anglia Polytechnic University. Unpublished Master’s thesis.