Runacres, J., Wardach, I., & Sheffield, D. (2021). A mindful playground: Exploring the perceived benefits of climbing for psychological wellbeing. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health. (Under review)
Fynn, W., & Runacres, J. (2021). Dogs at school: A cross-sectional analysis of parental perceptions of canine-assisted therapy in schools mediated by child anxiety and therapy type. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy. (Under review)
Hunt, J., Herron, D., & Runacres, J. (2021). Understanding healthcare stigma and marginalisation through a lens of epistemic injustice: The lived experiences of people with myalgic encephalomyelitis / chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Social Science and Medicine. (Under review)
Runacres, J., Herron, D., Beardmore, J., & Sheffield, D. What role does perceived injustice play in the healthcare experiences of people with chronic physical health conditions in the UK?. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews. 2021. CRD42021262834. Available from: https://www.crd.york.ac.uk/prospero/display_record.php?RecordID=262834.
Runacres, J., Herron, D., Buckless, K., & Worrall, K. (2021). Student carer experiences of higher education and support: A scoping review. International Journal of Inclusive education. Doi: 10.1080/13603116.2021.1983880
Herron, D., & Runacres, J. (2020). Carers' experiences of caring for a friend or family member with dementia during the Covid-19 pandemic. Health Psychology Update, Special Issue: Covid-19.
Morris, D., Shortland, S., Buffin, J., Runacres, J., Shorrock, S. (2020). Integrated Social Prescribing in Birmingham and Solihull. Report of a study for Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group, undertaken by the University of Central Lancashire and Birmingham City University, 2019/20.
Phillips, E., Jones, S., Runacres, J., Lintern, M., & Radford, M. (2017). Understanding the distribution of A&E attendances and hospital admissions for the case managed population: A single case cross sectional study. Applied Nursing Research, 33, 24-29. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apnr.2016.10.005
Wigelsworth, M., Humphrey, N., Black, L., Symes, W., Frearson, K., Ashworth, E., Peterson, K., McCaldin, Runacres, J., Demkowicz, O., Pert, K., Tronsco, P., & Anders, L. (2017). Social, psychological, emotional, concepts of self and resilience outcomes: Understanding and Measurment (SPECTRUM). A brief guide to the selection, use and interpretation of SPECTRUM measures.
Black, L., Herron, D., & Runacres, J. (2020). Students as Research Partners. Festival of Learning 2020: Derby. 14/07/2020
Runacres, J. The necessary factors for effectives social prescribing. Public Health Canada 2018: Montreal. 30/06 – 1/07/2018
Runacres, J. Understanding social prescribing & Social prescribing: Why is it not reaching it’s potential? C-SCHaRR Health conference 2018. 24/01/2018
Runacres, J. The perceived barriers to social prescribing in general practise. RCGP Annual Primary Care Conference. 11-13/10/2017
Runacres, J. Understanding social prescribing. RCGP 2017 Midland Faculty Symposium. 18/05/2017
Jones, S., Phillips, E., & Runacres, J. Using routinely collected data to inform service design and delivery: Trials, tribulations and successes. West Midlands Health Informatics Network (WIN) Conference. 24/01/2017
Runacres, J. A concept analysis to understand social prescribing. Annual health research conference: Connecting communities. 30/11/2016
Runacres. J. Understanding social prescribing. Turning practice-based evidence into evidence-based practice. West Midlands Health Informatics Network (WIN) Conference 20/01/2016