Boath E, Jinks, A, Thomas N, O’Connell P. Thompson R, Evans J, and Taylor, L. (2016). Don’t Go With The ‘Flo’ – A Student Mobile Texting Service To Enhance Nursing Student Retention. Nurse education today. vol. 45, p80–86
Boath E, Machin R, Dixon M, Thomas N, O’Connell P, Taylor L. (2016). Stop with the FLO: using text messages to improve retention rates in University Students. Innovative Practice in Higher Education. Vol.2 (3) April 2016.
Smith, A and Thomas N. (2016) Sport, Disability and the Paralympics. In B.Houlihan and D. Malcolm (Eds.) Sport and Society. A Student Introduction. London: Sage.
Thomas, N, and Guett, M. (2013) ,Fragmented, Complex and Cumbersome: A Study of Disability Sport Policy and Provision in Europe. IJSPP.
Thomas, N., Chockalingam,N and Duval, L. (2012) Should preparation for elite sporting participation be included in the Rehabilitation Process of War-Injured Veterans?' Prosthetics & Orthotics International. (IF.95)
Thomas, N. (2011). All for Sport for All: Perspectives of Sport for People with a Disability in Europe. Reporting Factsheet. Disability Sport Policies. Lyon, France: European Obsertvatoire of Sport and Employment.
Guett, M., Thomas, N., Hovemann, G., O’Rourke, B., Digennaro, S., Camy, J., Fodimdi and Carscadden. (2011). All for Sport for All: Perspectives of Sport for People with a Disability in Europe. Summary report to the European Commission. Lyon, France: European Obsertvatoire of Sport and Employment
Thomas N, Chockalingam N, Dunning D & Smith A (2011) By designing ’blades’ for Oscar Pistorius are prosthetists creating an unfair advantage for Pistorius and an uneven playing field? Prosthetics & Orthotics International, 35(4), 482-3. (IF0.95)
Thomas, N and Smith, A. (2009) Disability, Sport and Society: A Student Introduction. London: Routledge.
Smith, A and Thomas, N. (2005) Including Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in National Curriculum Physical Education: A Brief Review’. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 21 (1): 69-83.
Smith, A. and Thomas, N (2005) The ‘Inclusion’ of Elite Athletes with Disabilities in the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games: An Exploratory Analysis of British Newspaper Coverage. Sport, Education and Society, 10 (1).
Smith, A. and Thomas, N. (2004) Inclusion, Special Educational Needs, Disability and Physical Education in K. Green and K. Hardman (Eds) Physical Education: Essential Issues. London: Sage.
Thomas.N., and Smith.A. (2003) ‘Pre-occupied with Able-bodiedness?’, An analysis of the British media coverage of the 2000 Paralympic Games, Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 20(2):166-181.
Thomas, N (2003) Sport and Disability. In B.Houlihan (Eds.) Sport and Society. A Student Introduction. London: Sage.
Thomas, N and Jones, P. (2017) Accelerated Degrees at Staffordshire University. In the fast lane. Universities UK Conference. London.
Thomas, N. (2007) Mainstreaming and the State of Disability Sport Policy in the UK. Invited Presentation. University of Lincoln. 26th Feb 2007.
Thomas, N. (2005). Mainstreaming: Do we know what it means yet? The British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences, 5-7th Sept., Loughborough University, UK.
Thomas, N. (2005) Do we need another powwow? The Power of Sport. European Association for Sport Management. 7-10th Sept. Newcastle, UK.
Thomas, N. (2004) Policy process in disability sport. Invited speaker at “Sport, Disability and the Body”. British Sociological Association, the Warwick Centre for the Study of Sport in Society, and the Centre for the Sociology of Sport (University of Leicester, UK). 27th February. Warwick.
Woodgate, T., Duval, L. and Thomas, N. (2002) The sporting experiences of women with a disability. Commonwealth Games Conference. Manchester. August 2002.
Thomas.N. and Houlihan.B. (2001) Disability Sport Policy. A Policy Community or an Issue Network. 13th International Symposium. “ Towards Society for All’ . International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity.3-7th July. Vienna.
Thomas.N.and Houlihan.B. (2000) The Policy Process in Sport for Disabled People in the UK: The Power of the Non-disabled. Pushing the Limits. 5th Scientific Congress of the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Games. 11-13th October. Sydney. Australia.