Publications and Conferences

And just to prove I’m not completely barmy …….


Parkinson-Hardman L, [2008], How To Build A Brilliant Business With The Internet, Crystal Clear Books, UK

Parkinson-Hardman L, [2007]. Losing The Woman Within, The Hysterectomy Association, UK

Parkinson-Hardman L, [2005]. 101 Handy Hints For A Happy Hysterectomy. The Hysterectomy Association, UK

Parkinson-Hardman L, [2005]. The Pocket Guide To Hysterectomy. The Hysterectomy Association, UK.

Newall L [2003]. Hysterectomy for Women Only, e-book. The Hysterectomy Association, UK

Newall L [2003]. Hysterectomy for Women Only. Revised Edition. The Hysterectomy Association, UK

Newall L & Nankivell C [2002]. Final report on the Connected Project. University of Central England, UCE Books, Birmingham

Newall L [2001]. Hysterectomy, for women only. The Hysterectomy Association, UK.

Reid, B. et al [1999]. Mapping the Academic Cultural Response to Networks: The TAPin Experience New Journal of Academic Librarianship.

Newall, L. [1999]. Learning Organisation Theory in the TAPin Context. Cultural Barriers to Electronic Networked Information.

Newall, L. [1998]. Supporting Choice Through Information: the information needs of women undergoing hysterectomy. Health Libraries Group Journal; Vol. 15; (1).

Flatten, K. et al. [1998] TAPin, The Impact Study. University of Central England, UCE Books, Birmingham.

Newall, L. [1997]. Hysterectomy. The Hysterectomy Association.

Newall, L. et al. The Second TAPin Annual Report. [1997]; University of Central England, UCE Books, Birmingham.

Newall, L. [1997]. Hysteria, its not funny on HRT. MSc Dissertation, Department of Information and Library Studies,

Newall, L. [1996]. Why attendance at Online Information ’96 is so valuable to those about to enter the Information Industry. Winner of the 1996 UKOLUG Student Award.


Newall, L.A. [1998] TAPin Project, Training Staff … An Academic Experience. Breaking New Ground: Building Blocks and Bridges, Proceedings, 2nd Annual West Midlands Regional Telematics Conference. Wolverhampton, 2nd June 1998.

Newall, L.A; Reid, B; Foster, W. [1998] TAPin, Training and Awareness Programme in Networks: A Model for Culture Change. 10th International Conference, New Information Technology Proceedings. Hanoi, Vietnam 24-25th March 1998.

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3 thoughts on “Publications and Conferences

  1. Luigi Fulk says:

    I love blogs like this that let you find others with shared tastes and knowledge. Whilst I don’t always agree with what is said, I find it helpful to be able to inform myself about other opinions and ideas. Your publications and conferences are awesome and I wondered when you might be presenting again somewhere.


    • Esther says:

      hello linda ive sent a small but hopefully it will help datonion to the hysterectomy ass as you have helped me more than anything the city hospital in nottingham ever did with help and advise. i regularly speak with others on the forem our experiences weve had and its so good to share and know everythings going well with each of us. i had my op due to womb cancer and upto now had the all clear from clinic, no further treatment required thankfully so. getting over the op is the worse especially those early days and first weeks. again many thanks for all your hard work and to everyone eles. God Bless maria.


      • Linda says:

        What a lovely thing to do and to say as well Maria and thanks so much for sharing it on my own blog too. I’m so glad that you are recovering and hope that it continues into the future. Hugs, Linda xx


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