Ms Rhiannon Evans
Conference Papers / Publications
Evans, R. and Price S. (In Press) Exploring Organisational Influences on the Implementation of Gatekeeper Training: A Qualitative Study of the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Program in Wales. Critical Public Health.
Evans, R. and Holland, S. (2012) Community parenting and the informal safe-guarding of children at neighbourhood level. Families, Relationships and Societies Vol 1 (2) pp 173-190
Evans, R., Scourfield, J., Moore, G. (2012) Gender, relationship breakdown and suicide risk: A systematic review of research in western countries. In Men, Suicide and Society: Why disadvantaged men in mid-life die by suicide, Surrey: Samaritans, 36-56.
Holland, S., Tannock, S., Evans, R. (2011) Safeguarding children and young people in local communities: A WISERD Local Knowledge in Context project. Cardiff: WISERD Research Reports Series (WISERD/RRS/005)
Evans, R. (in Press) Review of ‘Ecological Public Health: Reshaping the Conditions for Good Health’ (Rayner, G. and Lang, T.). Critical Public Health.
Evans, R. (2011) Review of ‘The yellow book of games and energisers: playful group activities for exploring identity, community, emotions and more’ (Jayaraja and Tielemans, E.). The International Journal of Emotional Education, 3(2), 60-61.
Evans, R., Murphy, S., Scourfield, J. (2013) “I think it just makes us think more though that the teachers hate us”: The iatrogenic effects of targeted social and emotional learning interventions. Oral presentation at 4th European Network for Social and Emotional Competence Conference, 3rd – 7th July, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Evans, R., Murphy, S., Scourfield, J. (2013) The diffusion of social and emotional learning interventions: A dynamic model of intervention practice? Oral presentation at 4th European Network for Social and Emotional Competence Conference, 3rd –7th July, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Evans, R., Murphy, S., Scourfield, J. (2013) ‘He is taking it in. He might just not say it often’: Exploring the reconstitution of the masculine subject position within social and emotional learning interventions. Oral presentation at British Sociological Association Annual Conference, 3rd -5th April, London
Evans, R. (2012) “I think it just makes us think more that the teachers hate us.”: The iatrogenic effects of targeted social and emotional learning interventions. Paper presented at Education and Social Work Doctoral Student Research Conference, University of Sussex, July 2012.
Evans, R. (2012) System level influences on implementation: A process evaluation of Student Assistance Programs. Poster presented at Public Health Research - Methods and Challenges, Medical Research Council, April 2012.
Evans, R. (2012) 'Theorising Social and Emotional Learning Interventions: A Case Study of the Student Assistance Program'. Poster presented at Young People’s Health Outcomes – Research into Practice, Association for Young Peoples’ Health, March 2012.
Evans, R. (2011) 'They'll call me a pussy': Young men's lived experience of participating in a Social and Emotional Well Being intervention. Masculinity Studies: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, University of Warwick, July 2011.
Evans, R. (2011) ‘Can Social and Emotional Learning interventions accommodate heterogeneous needs’ Poster presented at the Conference of the European Network for Social and Emotional Competence in Children (ENSEC), University of Manchester, June 2011
Evans, R. (2011) ‘Insiders on the Outside: Can Peer Support Groups be Safe Spaces?’ Paper presented at Social Work Conference, Cardiff University, January 2011.
Evans, R. (2010) ‘Can mental health promotion interventions accommodate heterogeneous needs: A process evaluation of Student Assistance Programmes’. Paper presented at Vitae Spotlight on Social Sciences, Cardiff University, May 2010. (Awarded Best Presentation)