Published works

A list of CANDDID publications can be found below: 

  • Practicality, utility and face-validity of the dynamic support database

    Mottershead, T., & Woodrow, C. (2019). Practicality, utility and face-validity of the dynamic support database. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, Vol. 13 No. 5.

    Description: The purpose of this paper is to explore the clinical perspective of the practicality, utility and face-validity of the dynamic support database (DSD) Red, Amber, Green (RAG) rating support tool within adult learning disabilities services in a North West NHS Foundation Trust. The aim of the current project is to evaluate the practicality, utility and face-validity of the DSD RAG rating support tool, as reported by clinicians who have been employing it.

  • Dynamic Support Database Clinical Support Tool: Inter-Rater Reliability

    Bohen, F., & Woodrow, C. (in press).  Dynamic Support Database Clinical Support Tool: Inter-Rater Reliability.  Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities. Volume 14, Issue 2.
    The dynamic support database (DSD) clinical support tool structures the risk of admission rating for individuals with intellectual disabilities. This study aims to investigate inter-rater reliability between multi-disciplinary health care professionals within the North West of England. 

    The paper can be accessed here:
    https://www.emerald.com/insight/publication/issn/2044-1282/vol/14/iss/2

  • The Transforming Care agenda: admissions and discharges in two English learning disability assessment and treatment units

    Washington, Francine & Bull, Samantha & Woodrow, Ceri. (2018). The Transforming Care agenda: admissions and discharges in two English learning disability assessment and treatment units. Tizard Learning Disability Review. 10.1108/TLDR-04-2018-0012.

  • Models of service development and delivery for people with intellectual disability

    Jaydeokar, S. (2020) 'Models of service development and delivery for people with intellectual disability', in Sabayasachi, B. and Regi, A. (ed.) Oxford textbook of psychiatry of intellectual disability. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 289.