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Aveyard, H. (2019) Doing a literature review in health and social care, 4th edn. London: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.
Ierfino, D., Mantzari, E., Hirst, J., Jones, T., Aveyard, P. and Marteau, T.M. (2015) ‘Financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy: a single-arm intervention study assessing cessation and gaming’, Addiction, 110(4), pp. 680–88.
Kerr, B., Gordon, J., MacDonald, C. and Stalker, K. (2005) Effective social work with older people. Available at: publications/ effective-social-work-older-people/ [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed: 17 January 2021).
NHS (2018) Mindfulness. Available at: conditions/ stress-anxiety-depression/ mindfulness/ (Accessed: 17 January 2021).
Seneca, L.A. (2005) Dialogues and letters. Edited and translated by C.D. Costa. St Ives: Penguin.
Sommariva, S., Vamos, C., Mantzarlis, A., Uyen-Loan Dao, L. and Martinez Tyson, D. (2018) ‘Spreading the (fake) news: exploring health messages on social media and the implications for health professionals using a case study’, American Journal of Health Education, 49(4), pp. 246–55.
Williams, J.M.G. (2008) ‘Mindfulness, depression and modes of mind’, Cognitive Therapy and Research, 32(6), pp. 721–33.
Williams, J.M.G. (2010) ‘Mindfulness and psychological process’, Emotion, 10(1), pp. 1–7.