Under review: Kevern, P and Primrose, D (2020) “Changes in Measures of Dementia Awareness in UK Church Congregations Following a ‘Dementia Friendly’ Intervention: a Pre-Post Cohort Study”. Religions
Kevern, P (2020) “It’s beautiful to be old.” In search of emergent Catholic Social Teaching on Old Age New Blackfriars 101 (1093) 266-285
Kevern, P (2019) Chapter on ‘Spirituality and Dementia’ for Zsolnai, L and Flanagan, B (eds), The Routledge International Handbook of Spirituality and Society, London: Palgrave
Kevern, P and Stifoss-Hanssen, H (2018) The Challenges of Dementia and the (un)making of meaning: analysis of an online forum on carer spirituality Dementia https://doi.org/10.1177/1471301218797248
Kevern, P (2018) Chapter14 on ‘Religion, Ageing and Equality’ for Westwood, S (ed) Ageing, Diversity and Equality: social justice perspectives (Open Access) London: Routledge
Kevern, P (2018) “It’s beautiful to be old.” In search of emergent Catholic Social Teaching on Old Age New Blackfriars (In press: accepted 12.11.18)
Lewinson L., McSherry, W. and Kevern, P. (2018) “Enablement”—Spirituality Engagement in Pre-Registration Nurse Education and Practice: A Grounded Theory Investigation. Religions 9, doi:10.3390/rel9110356
Kevern, P and Stiffoss-Hanssen, H (2018) The Challenges of Dementia and the (un)making of meaning: analysis of an online forum on carer spirituality Dementiahttps://doi.org/10.1177/1471301218797248
Kevern, P (2019) Chapter14 on ‘Religion, Ageing and Equality’ for Westwood, S (ed) Ageing, Diversity and Equality: social justice perspectives (Open Access) London: Routledge
Kevern, P (2018) Chapter on ‘Spirituality and Dementia’ for Zsolnai, L and Flanagan, B (eds), Handbook of Spirituality and Society, London: Palgrave (in press)
Kevern, P (2017) Is there a ‘spirituality across faiths’? Insights from evolutionary and developmental science Interreligious Insight 15(2) 30-39
Kevern, P (2016) Spiritual Care as a response to an exaptation: how evolutionary psychology informs the debate. Nursing Philosophy 18 (2)
McSherry, W; Boughey, A; and Kevern, P (2016) Chaplains for wellbeing in primary care: A qualitative investigation of their perceived impact for patients’ health and wellbeing. Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy 22(4) 151-170
Kevern, P and McSherry, W (2015) Chapter 3: ‘The Study of Chaplaincy: methods and materials’ in Christopher Swift, Mark Cobb and Andrew Todd (ed) Handbook of Chaplaincy Studies: understanding spiritual care in public places London: Ashgate
Kevern, P. (2015). The spirituality of people with late-stage dementia: a review of the research literature, a critical analysis and some implications for person-centred spirituality and dementia care. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 18(9), 765-776.
Kevern, P and Sanders, J (2015) ‘Death-confident congregations’? Lessons from the GraveTalk Pilot. New Writing in Health and Social Care 1:2, 21-30
Lewinson, L, Kevern, P and McSherry, W (2015) Spirituality in pre-registration nurse education and practice: A literature review Nurse Education Today 35(6), 806-814
Kevern, P and Hill, L (2014) ‘Chaplains for Wellbeing’ in Primary Care: results of a retrospective study. Primary Healthcare Research and Development 16 (1) 87-99.
Regan, J.L.; Bhattacharyya, S.; Kevern, P. & Rana, T. (2013) A Systematic Review of Religion and Pathways to Dementia Care in Black and Minority Ethnic Populations. Journal of Mental Health, Religion and Culture 16 (1), 1-15
Kevern, P and Walker, M (2013) Religious Communities: what can they offer? Journal of Dementia Care 21(4) 26-28
Kevern, P (2013) Can Cognitive Science Rescue Spiritual Care from a Metaphysical Backwater? An Argument for More Theory Journal for the Study of Spirituality 3(1) 8-17
Walsh, J., Kevern, P., & McSherry, W. (2013). The representation of service users’ religious and spiritual concerns in care plans. Journal of Public Mental Health, 12(3), 153-164.
Barber, C, and Kevern, P (2012) Spirituality and the needs of those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions: some implications for ‘Spiritual Care’ policies Journal for the Study of Spirituality 1(2) 203-14
Kevern, P (2012a) Who can give spiritual care? A consideration of the ethics of discussing spiritual values with patients. Journal of Nursing Management 20(8):981-9. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2834.2012.01428.x. Epub 2012 Jul 10.
Kevern, P (2012b) Community without memory. In search of an ecclesiology of liberation in the company of people with dementia International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church 12(1) 44-54
Kevern, P (2012c) In search of a theoretical basis for understanding religious coping: initial testing of an explanatory model Journal of Mental Health, Religion and Culture 15(1) 23-37
Kevern, P (2011) “I pray that I will not fall over the edge” What is left of faith after dementia? Practical Theology 4(3) 283-94
Kevern, P (2010a) What sort of God is to be found in dementia? A survey of theological responses and an agenda for their development Theology CXVIII (873) 174-82
Kevern, P (2010b) Can reductionists be chaplains too? Reflections on the emptiness of ‘spirituality’ Scottish Journal of Healthcare Chaplaincy 13(2) 2-6
Kevern, P (2010c) Sharing the mind of Christ: preliminary thoughts on dementia and the cross New Blackfriars 91(1034) 408-22
Kevern, P (2010d) Alzheimer’s and the dementia of God International Journal of Public Theology 4(2) 237-53
Kevern, P (2009) The grace of foolishness: what dementing Christians bring to the churches Practical Theology 2(2) 205-18