Melanie Gee

Location: SHEFFIELD

Membership Grade: Advanced Professional Member

Contact Info

Phone: 07719 664518
Mobile: 07719 664518
Email: melanie@wordsandindexes.co.uk
Website: www.wordsandindexes.co.uk

Social Links

General Experience

I am an Advanced Professional Member of the Society of Indexers (SI), a tutor for SI online tutorials and coordinator for its Yorkshire group, organising and running professional development activities for other indexers. In 2013 I was the joint winner of the SI Betty Moys Award for the most promising newly accredited indexer.

I take pride in producing high-quality indexes that are sensitive to the needs of my clients and the reader, and enjoy forming constructive working relationships with authors, editors and project managers: I attract a lot of repeat business. I am professional but personable, and used to accommodating short-notice work and shifting schedules.  I am available throughout the year and am happy to produce embedded indexes in Word or InDesign.

I have degrees in Physics and Information Management. Before starting my indexing business, I was a patent examiner for several years, giving me skills in performing ‘deep dives’ of specialist subjects, quickly getting to grips with new ideas and making connections between similar concepts – essential for book indexing. After that I  worked for several years as an information scientist/researcher in a university research centre. In this role I taught and supervised postgraduate and doctoral students, and undertook  literature reviews and qualitative research in the field of nursing and allied healthcare and wellbeing: see my website for my publications.

In addition to my specialist subject areas  of  the physical sciences and health/wellbeing,  I have an interest in ecology and natural history (I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and have worked for a local wildlife trust and biological records centres), and music (I have an ALCM diploma in pianoforte, and am currently learning the bass guitar). I would therefore welcome commissions in any of these subjects. I have also enjoyed creating indexes in many completely unrelated fields, including management and organisational strategy, education, photography,  and cinema: see my website for a full list of books I have indexed. I  am comfortable indexing multi-authored scholarly works aimed at the academic audience, textbooks and manuals, or books aimed at a more general readership level including younger readers.

Subjects

Allied Health Professions

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with occupational therapists, radiographers, midwives, speech therapists, and physiotherapists. (See my website for my publications.) I have also supervised a physiotherapy doctoral student. I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on AHPs:
EDWARDS, D. & BEST, S. (eds.) The textbook of health and social care. Sage.
LARSSON, M. & PRICE, J. (eds.) Breastfeeding and breast milk feeding. Thieme.
CLARKE, C. & DUX, A. Chest X-rays for medical students. 2nd ed. Wiley Blackwell.
MOSS, H. Music and creativity in healthcare settings: does music matter? Routledge.

Nursing

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with nurses (adult and mental health). (See my website for my publications.) I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on nursing:
FREEDMAN, S., STEEN, C. & BLEAKLEY, G. Essentials of nursing critically ill adults. Sage.
EDWARDS, D. & BEST, S. (eds.) The textbook of health and social care. Sage.
WILSON, J. Working with bereavement : a practical guide. Palgrave Macmillan.

Occupational Health

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with occupational therapists. (See my website for my publications.) I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on occupational health:
SEATON, A.(ed) Science with purpose: fifty years of the Institute of Occupational Medicine. Matador.
VAN DER STAP, T. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 1: Advanced safety and health practice. IOSH Training and Skills.
VAN DER STAP, T. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 2: Organisational process and strategy. IOSH Training and Skills.
SHARMAN, A. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 3: Personal impact. IOSH Training and Skills.

Public/Consumer Health

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with public health colleagues. I have also taught on a MSc in a Public Health research methods module. (See my website for my publications.) I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on public/consumer health:
JEPSON, R., MCATEER, J., WILLIAMS, A.J., DOI, L. & BUELO, A. Developing public health interventions: a step-by-step guide. Sage.
SEATON, A.(ed) Science with purpose: fifty years of the Institute of Occupational Medicine. Matador.
McCLEAN, S., BRAY, I., De VIGGIANI, N., BIRD, E. & PILKINGTON, P., Research methods for public health. Sage.
MOLLOY, C. Rhetorical ethos in health and medicine: patient credibility, stigma, and misdiagnosis. Routledge.
ANDERSON, D.S. Leadership in drug and alcohol abuse prevention: insights from long-term advocates. Routledge.
SCHONE, H.Q. Contested illness in context. Routledge.
LARSSON, M. & PRICE, J. (eds.) Breastfeeding and breast milk feeding. Thieme.
BURT, M. A history of the roles and responsibilities of social workers: from the Poor Laws to the present day. Routledge.

Psychiatry/Psychology

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with psychologists, psychiatrists, and mental health practitioners. (See my website for my publications.) I have also supervised a psychology doctoral student. I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on psychiatry/psychology:
LAGNADO, D.A. Explaining the evidence: how the mind investigates the world. Cambridge University Press.
NEENAN, M. & DRYDEN, W. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: 100 key points and techniques (3rd ed.) Routledge.
OLSON, S. Images of the dead in grief dreams: a Jungian view of mourning. Routledge.
FONTENELLE, L. & YUCEL, M. (eds) A transdiagnostic approach to obsessions, compulsions and related phenomena. Cambridge University Press.
MOSS, H. Music and creativity in healthcare settings: does music matter? Routledge.
WANG, Q. & GULGOZ, S. (eds) Remembering and forgetting early childhood. Routledge.
LESLIE, I. Conflicted: why arguments are tearing us apart and how they can bring us together. Faber & Faber.
SHUBS, D. Traumatic experiences of normal development: an intersubjective, object relations listening perspective on self, attachment, trauma, and reality. Routledge.
DUNLOSKY, J. & RAWSON, K.A. (eds) The Cambridge handbook of cognition and education. Cambridge University Press.
BURNETT, D. Why your parents are driving you up the wall and what to do about it. Penguin Books.
HALL, P. Sex addiction: a guide for couples and those who help them. Routledge.
DICKINSON, J.J, COMPO, N.S., CAROL, R.N., SCHWARTZ, B.L. and McCAULEY, M. (eds) Evidence-based investigative interviewing: applying cognitive principles. Routledge.
CICOGNANI, E. & MOTTI-STEFANIDI, F. (eds) Youth citizenship and the European Union. Routledge.
BAGHURST, T. (ed) Coaching for sports performance. Routledge.

Popular Medicine (Works Intended For Lay Readers)

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research across the spectrum of health (physical and mental) and wellbeing.(See my website for my publications.) However in addition to ‘scholarly’ books in these fields I also welcome commissions for works intended for lay readers, and ensure my indexes are tailored to this readership.

Mental Health

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with mental health practitioners. (See my website for my publications.) I am also personally interested in how our day-to-day behaviours and habits (e.g. exercise and access to green space) can impact our personal wellbeing. As such, I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers from a lay audience, up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on mental health:
HODKINSON, P. & DAS, R. New fathers, mental health and digital communication. Palgrave Macmillan.
NEENAN, M. & DRYDEN, W. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: 100 key points and techniques (3rd ed.) Routledge.
FONTENELLE,L. & YUCEL, M. (eds) A transdiagnostic approach to obsessions, compulsions and related phenomena. Cambridge University Press.
MOLLOY, C. Rhetorical ethos in health and medicine: patient credibility, stigma, and misdiagnosis. Routledge.
ANDERSON, D.S. Leadership in drug and alcohol abuse prevention: insights from long-term advocates. Routledge.
HALL, P. Sex addiction: a guide for couples and those who help them. Routledge.
SCHONE, H.Q. Contested illness in context. Routledge.
MOSS, H. Music and creativity in healthcare settings: does music matter? Routledge.
EDWARDS, D. & BEST, S. (eds.) The textbook of health and social care. Sage.

Self-Help

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research across the spectrum of health (physical and mental) and wellbeing.(See my website for my publications.) I am personally interested in how our day-to-day behaviours and habits can impact our physical and mental health and wellbeing, and at various times in my life have turned to self-help books myself – not least parenting books! As such, I am happy to take on commissions in this field, and I ensure my indexes are tailored for this more general readership.
Books indexed on self-help:
HALL, P. Sex addiction: a guide for couples and those who help them. Routledge.
BURNETT, D. Why your parents are driving you up the wall and what to do about it. Penguin Books.
OLSON, S. Images of the dead in grief dreams: a Jungian view of mourning. Routledge.

Wellbeing

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research across the spectrum of health (physical and mental) and wellbeing.(See my website for my publications.) I am personally interested in how our day-to-day behaviours and habits can impact our physical and mental health and wellbeing. As such, I am happy to take on commissions in this field, and I ensure my indexes are tailored for this more general readership.
Books indexed on wellbeing:
MOSS, H. Music and creativity in healthcare settings: does music matter? Routledge.
HODKINSON, P. & DAS, R. New fathers, mental health and digital communication. Palgrave Macmillan.
GREEN, J., HOSKIN, R.A., MAYO, C. & MILLER, s.j. Navigating trans*+ and complex gender identities. Bloomsbury Academic.

Music

I play the piano and have an ALCM Diploma, and am learning to play the bass guitar. I welcome works on teaching and learning music, composers, music theory, music history, ethnomusicology, and music technology.
Books indexed on music:
KIM, H. Tradition and creativity in Korean taegum flute performance. Routledge.
HAMER, L. (ed) The Cambridge companion to women in music since 1900. Cambridge University Press.
PATERSON, J. & LEE, H. (eds) 3D audio. Routledge.
LARROQUE, P. English rhythm and blues: when language and music come together. Routledge.
TITLEBAUM, M. Jazz improvisation using simple melodic embellishment. Routledge.
JONES, D., Sweet Dreams: the story of the New Romantics. Faber & Faber.
FELDMAN, E. & CONTZIUS, A., Instrumental music education: teaching with the musical and practical in harmony. 3rd ed. Routledge.
MOSS, H. Music and creativity in healthcare settings: does music matter? Routledge.
KING, Richard, The Lark Ascending: the music of the British landscape. Faber & Faber.
BATTIER, Marc. & FIELDS, Kenneth. (eds), Electroacoustic music in East Asia. Routledge.

Astronomy

My interest in astronomy and cosmology has been piqued by several visits to the Kielder Observatory. I welcome works on astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology, including the history of these subjects, aimed at a general readership.
Books indexed on astronomy and cosmology:
CLARK, Stuart. Beneath the night: how the stars have shaped the history of humankind. Guardian Faber.
MARAN, Stephen P. & Marschall, Laurance A. Galileo’s new universe: the revolution in our understanding of the cosmos. Benbella Books. Unpublished index (prepared from published book.)

Cosmology

My interest in astronomy and cosmology has been piqued by several visits to the Kielder Observatory. I welcome works on astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology, including the history of these subjects, aimed at a general readership.
Books indexed on astronomy and cosmology:
CLARK, Stuart. Beneath the night: how the stars have shaped the history of humankind. Guardian Faber.
MARAN, Stephen P. & Marschall, Laurance A. Galileo’s new universe: the revolution in our understanding of the cosmos. Benbella Books. Unpublished index (prepared from published book.)

Biology

I welcome works on biology, aimed at a general readership level up to ‘A’ level standard and beyond.
Books indexed on biology:
CLARKE, C. & DUX, A. Chest X-rays for medical students. 2nd ed. Wiley Blackwell.
HOFFMAN, Jay R. (ed) Dietary supplementation in sport and exercise: evidence, safety and ergogenic benefits. Routledge.
BONEV, B.B. & BROWN, N.M. (eds) Bacterial resistance to antibiotics – from molecules to man. Wiley.
KOUTCHMA, Tatiana. Ultraviolet light in food technology: principles and applications. CRC Press.
SANKARANARAYANAN, A., AMARESAN, N. & DHANASEKARAN, D. (eds) Fermented food products. CRC Press.

Botany

I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and have worked for a wildlife trust and local biological records centres. As such, I welcome works on botany, aimed at a general readership level up to undergraduate standard.

Ecology

I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and have worked for a wildlife trust and local biological records centres. As such, I welcome works on ecology, aimed at a general readership level up to undergraduate standard.
Books indexed on ecology:
FORMAN, Richard T.T. Towns, ecology, and the land. Cambridge University Press.

Environmental Science

I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and have worked for a wildlife trust and local biological records centres. As such, I welcome works on environmental science, aimed at a general readership level up to undergraduate standard.
Books indexed on environmental science:
FORMAN, Richard T.T. Towns, ecology, and the land. Cambridge University Press.
PETERSON, M. Sustainable marketing: a holistic approach, 2nd ed. Sage

History and Philosophy Of Science

I have a physics degree (Oxford University) and ‘A’ level chemistry, and enjoy learning about science history from books and museums. I welcome works on the history and philosophy of science, aimed at a general readership level up to undergraduate standard.
Books indexed on the history and philosophy of science:
CLARK, Stuart. Beneath the night: how the stars have shaped the history of humankind. Guardian Faber.
ROZELL, D. Dangerous science: science policy and risk analysis for scientists and engineers. Ubiquity Press.
LAWRENCE, Snezana. A New Year’s present from a mathematician. CRC Press.
FARMELO, Graham. The universe speaks in numbers: how modern maths reveals nature’s deepest secrets. Faber & Faber.
MARAN, Stephen P. & Marschall, Laurance A. Galileo’s new universe: the revolution in our understanding of the cosmos. Benbella Books. Unpublished index (prepared from published book).

Natural History

I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and a broad interest in natural history, especially trees and woodlands, mammals, and birds. I have worked for a wildlife trust and local biological records centres. As such I would welcome works on natural history, aimed at a general readership level up to undergraduate standard.
Books indexed on natural history:
FORMAN, Richard T.T. Towns, ecology, and the land. Cambridge University Press.
HUXLEY, R., QUAISSER, C., BUTLER, C.R. & DEKKER, R.W.R.J. Managing natural science collections: a guide to strategy, planning and resourcing. Routledge.

Ornithology

I have a Certificate in Environmental Conservation, and have worked for a wildlife trust and local biological records centres. I am not a ‘twitcher’ or even a ‘birder’ but enjoy trying to identify birds from their songs, and I do get excited when I see a heron on our local waterways. I would welcome works on ornithology, aimed either at a general readership or a more specialised level.

Physics

I have a physics degree (Oxford University) and would welcome works on physics or astrophysics, aimed at a general readership level (i.e. ‘popular science’) up to undergraduate standard.
Books indexed on physics:
ABDULLA, S. & CLARKE, C. FRCR physics notes: medical imaging physics for the first FRCR examination. Radiology Cafe.
PATERSON, J. & LEE, H. (eds) 3D audio. Routledge.
ROY, Nabamita Banerjee & BHATTACHARYA, Kesab. Application of signal processing tools and artificial neural network in diagnosis of power system faults. CRC Press.
LAWRENCE, Snezana. A New Year’s present from a mathematician. CRC Press.
CLARK, Stuart. Beneath the night: how the stars have shaped the history of humankind. Guardian Faber.
FARMELO, Graham. The universe speaks in numbers: how modern maths reveals nature’s deepest secrets. Faber & Faber.
KOUTCHMA, Tatiana. Ultraviolet light in food technology: principles and applications. CRC Press.

Chemistry

I have ‘A’ level chemistry and welcome works on chemistry aimed at a general readership level up to around ‘A’ level standard.
Books indexed on chemistry:
KOUTCHMA, Tatiana. Ultraviolet light in food technology: principles and applications. CRC Press.
HOFFMAN, Jay R. Dietary supplementation in sport and exercise: evidence, safety and ergogenic benefits. Routledge.
SANKARANARAYANAN, A., AMARESAN, N. & DHANASEKARAN, D. (eds) Fermented food products. CRC Press.

Sciences (All Areas)

I have a degree in physics (Oxford University) and a Certificate in Environmental Conservation (Sheffield University), and have undertaken research in the health sciences. I welcome works in all areas of science, from ‘popular science’ to more specialist works (see more specific subject areas for further details).

Information Management

I have an MSc in Information Management (Sheffield University) and several years’ experience working as an information scientist/researcher, including undertaking and supporting literature reviews and advising on research methodologies. I welcome works in information management up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on information management:
NOTHHAFT, H.et al.(eds), Future directions of strategic communication. Routledge.

Education (All Areas)

I have teaching experience from my time in academia, and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I welcome works on teaching and learning.
Books indexed on education:
DUNLOSKY, J. & RAWSON, K.A. (eds) The Cambridge handbook of cognition and education. Cambridge University Press.
JENKS, C.J. Researching classroom discourse: a student guide. Routledge.
FELDMAN, E. & CONTZIUS, A., Instrumental music education: teaching with the musical and practical in harmony. 3rd ed. Routledge.
HARRINGTON, J., BEALE, J., FANCOURT, A. & LUTZ, C. (eds) The ‘BrainCanDo’ handbook of teaching and learning: practical strategies to bring psychology and neuroscience into the classroom. Routledge.
ZISKOVSKY, B. & ZISKOVSKY, J. Optimizing student learning: A lean systems approach to improving K-12 education. 2nd ed. CRC Press.
HUERTAS BARROS, E. & VINE, J. New perspectives on assessment in translator education. Routledge.
GREEN, J., HOSKIN, R.A., MAYO, C. & MILLER, s.j. Navigating trans*+ and complex gender identities. Bloomsbury Academic.
SCOTT, G. New ways of seeing: the democratic language of photography. Bloomsbury Visual Arts.

Sports Medicine/Science

I have worked as an academic in a university research centre, undertaking and publishing literature reviews and qualitative research in collaboration with sports scientists. As such, I am happy to take on commissions in this field for readers from a lay audience, up to postgraduate level.
Books indexed on sports medicine/science:
WASSONG, S., HEINE, M. & HESS, R. (eds) Sport development and Olympic Studies: past, present and future. Routledge.
HOFFMAN, J.R. (ed) Dietary supplementation in sport and exercise: evidence, safety and ergogenic benefits. Routledge.
BAGHURST, T. (ed) Coaching for sports performance. Routledge.

Mathematics

I have ‘A’ levels in mathematics and further mathematics, and a physics degree (Oxford University). I welcome works in mathematics from a general readership to undergraduate level.
Books indexed on mathematics:
PENG, L. & CHAO, W. Computational advertising: market and technologies for internet commercial monetization. CRC Press.
ROY, Nabamita Banerjee & BHATTACHARYA, Kesab. Application of signal processing tools and artificial neural network in diagnosis of power system faults. CRC Press.
LAWRENCE, Snezana. A New Year’s present from a mathematician. CRC Press.
FARMELO, Graham. The universe speaks in numbers: how modern maths reveals nature’s deepest secrets. Faber & Faber.

Healthcare Management

I have an MSc in Information Management (Sheffield University) and several years’ experience working as an information scientist/researcher in the field of health and social care.
Books indexed on healthcare management:
SWANWICK, T. & VAUX, E. (eds) ABC of quality improvement in healthcare. Wiley.
ANDERSON, D.S. Leadership in drug and alcohol abuse prevention: insights from long-term advocates. Routledge.

Management

I have an MSc in Information Management (Sheffield University) and enjoy indexing books about leadership and management techniques, organisational change and quality improvement.
Books indexed on management:
REES, G. & SMITH, P.E. (eds), Strategic human resource management: an international perspective, 3rd ed., Sage.
DAWSON, P. & ANDRIOPOULUS, C., Managing change, creativity and innovation, 4th ed., Sage.
MYERS, M.D., Qualitative research in business and management, 3rd ed., Sage.
HUXLEY, R., QUAISSER, C., BUTLER, C.R. & DEKKER, R.W.R.J. Managing natural science collections: a guide to strategy, planning and resourcing. Routledge.
HARRINGTON, H. J. & VOEHL, F. (eds), Total Innovative Management Excellence (TIME): the future of innovation. CRC Press.
GRAUPP, P., STEWARD, S. & PARSONS, B., Creating an effective management system: integrating Policy Deployment, TWI, and KATA. CRC Press.
GARVEY, B. & STOKES, P. Coaching and mentoring: theory and practice, 4th ed. Sage.
SWANWICK, T. & VAUX, E. (eds) ABC of quality improvement in healthcare. Wiley.
ANDERSON, D.S. Leadership in drug and alcohol abuse prevention: insights from long-term advocates. Routledge.

Related qualifications

MA Physics (Oxford University)
MSc Information Management (Sheffield University)
Certificate in Environmental Conservation (Sheffield University)
ALCM Diploma in pianoforte (London College of Music)
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy


Other skills

Embedded Indexing
I am happy to created embedded indexes in Word and InDesign. I use Index Manager software and have also used WordEmbed.

Research
When I worked as an information scientist/researcher, I conducted and published literature reviews and qualitative research in the field of health and wellbeing (including nursing, allied health, mental health, and physical activity).

Abstracting
When I worked as a patent examiner, I substantially revised and often rewrote abstracts of patent applications prior to publication.

Bibliography Compilation
When I worked as an information scientist/researcher, I compiled bibliographies as part of production of literature review ad qualitative reports and papers, or as stand-alone activities for research colleagues. I have used reference management software (RefWorks, Endnote, Mendeley).

Training (Generally)
I am a tutor for online tutorials for the Society of Indexers. I have extensive experience of teaching and training academic colleagues and students (from undergraduate to doctoral level), individually, in small groups, classes of 30, or large groups of 100+. This includes tutorials and supervisions, seminars, hands-on workshops, and lectures. I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

Proofreading
I have undertaken proofreading training with the Chartered Institute of Editors and Proofreaders, and am available to proofread books in any of my subject specialisms, or dissertations and thesis relating to health and wellbeing (including nursing and allied health, and psychology).

Recent indexes include

Farmelo, G., The universe speaks in numbers: how modern maths reveals nature’s deepest secrets, Faber & Faber, 2019
Hamer, L. (ed), Cambridge companion to women in music since 1900, Cambridge University Press, 2020
McClean, S., Bray, I., de Viggiani, N., Bird, E. & Pilkington, P., Research methods for public health, Sage, 2019
Dunlosky, J. & Rawson, K.A. (eds), The Cambridge handbook of cognition and education, Cambridge University Press, 2018
Forman, R.T.T., Towns, ecology, and the land, Cambridge University Press, 2018
Olson, S., Images of the dead in grief dreams: a Jungian view of mourning, Routledge, 2020
Hodkinson, P. & Das, R.,, New fathers, mental health and digital communication, Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
Clarke, C. & Dux, A., Chest X-rays for medical students (2nd ed.), Wiley, 2019
King, R., The Lark Ascending: the music of the British Landscape, Faber & Faber, 2019
Seaton, A. (ed), Science with purpose: fifty years of the Institute of Occupational Medicine, Matador, 2019

Clients Include

I work with authors directly, and independent or in-house editors and project managers. PUBLISHERS: Faber and Faber, Institute of Occupational Medicine, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, Intellect Books, Penguin Random House, Sage, Taylor & Francis, Thieme Medical Publishers, Ubiquity Press, Wiley. BOOK PACKAGERS: Apex Covantage, Integra, Newgen, The Proofreading Company, SPi Global.

Special Publication Type

Children's Books And Materials

I welcome commissions aimed at older children/teenagers, and have an in-house teenager to test-drive my indexes.
Books indexed for teenagers:
BURNETT, D. Why your parents are driving you up the wall and what to do about it. Penguin Books.

Textbooks

I have indexed many textbooks, including research methods books in addition to the subjects listed above.
Textbooks indexed include:
JEPSON, R., MCATEER, J., WILLIAMS, A.J., DOI, L. & BUELO, A. Developing public health interventions: a step-by-step guide. Sage.
FREEMAN, S., STEEN, C. & BLEAKLEY, G. Essentials of nursing critically ill adults. Sage
PINK, S. Doing visual ethnography (4th ed). Sage.
GARVEY, B. & STOKES, P. Coaching and mentoring: theory and practice, 4th ed. Sage.
ALDERSON, P. & MORROW, V. (eds.) The ethics of research with children and young people: a practical handbook (2nd ed). Sage.
DAWSON, P. & ANDRIOPOULUS, C., Managing change, creativity and innovation, 4th ed., Sage.
ABDULLA, S. & CLARKE, C. FRCR physics notes: medical imaging physics for the first FRCR examination. Radiology Cafe.
SWANWICK, T. & VAUX, E. (eds.) ABC of quality improvement in healthcare. Wiley.
REES, G. & SMITH, P.E. (eds) Strategic human resource management: an international perspective, 3rd ed., Sage.
EDWARDS, D. & BEST, S. (eds.) The textbook of health and social care. Sage.
PETERSON, M. Sustainable marketing: a holistic approach, 2nd ed. Sage.
CLARKE, C. & DUX, A. Chest X-rays for medical students. 2nd ed. Wiley Blackwell.
JENKS, C. Researching classroom discourse: a student guide. Routledge.
BAGHURST, T. (ed) Coaching for sports performance. Routledge.
MYERS, M.D. Qualitative research in business and management, 3rd ed. Sage.
HUXLEY, R., QUAISSER, C., BUTLER, C.R. & DEKKER, R.W.R.J. Managing natural science collections: a guide to strategy, planning and resourcing. Routledge.
KOUTCHMA, T. Ultraviolet light in food technology: principles and applications. CRC Press.
FORMANN, R.T.T. Towns, ecology and the land. Cambridge Univeresity Press.
McLEAN, S., BRAY, I., de VIGGIANI, M., BIRD, E. & PILKINGTON, P. Research methods for public health. Sage.
GRANSBERG, D.D. & RUEDA, J.A. Construction equipment management for engineers, estimators, and owners, 2nd ed. CRC Press.

Training Materials

I am happy to take on commissions for training materials – books or otherwise.
Training books indexed:
VAN DER STAP, T. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 1: Advanced safety and health practice. IOSH Training and Skills.
VAN DER STAP, T. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 2: Organisational process and strategy. IOSH Training and Skills.
SHARMAN, A. IOSH Level 6 qualification, Unit 3: Personal impact. IOSH Training and Skills.
ROSS, K. How to coach for creativity and service excellence: a Lean coaching workbook. CRC Press.
HALL, P. Sex addiction: a guide for couples and those who help them. Routledge.
ZISKOVSKY, B. & ZISKOVSKY, J. Optimizing student learning: A lean systems approach to improving K-12 education. 2nd ed. CRC Press.
WILSON, L. Working with bereavement: a practical guide. Palgrave Macmillan.
HUXLEY, R., QUAISSER, C., BUTLER, C.R. & DEKKER, R.W.R.J. Managing natural science collections: a guide to strategy, planning and resourcing. Routledge.

Tools

PC
SKY INDEX
INDEX MANAGER
WordEmbed