1. Haigh C, Smith G, Gelling L, Barnason S, Jackson D (2015) Nursing research in the 21st century – who sets the agenda? (Editorial) Journal of Clinical Nursing. 24, 889-890.
  2. Gelling L (2016) Children and young people’s health: a legal context. In: DeBell D, Jackson P (Editors) Public health for children. London, CRC Press.
  3. Gelling L (2015) Gaining access to the research site. In: Gerrish K, Lathlean, J (Editors) The research process in nursing. 7th Oxford, Wiley-Blackwell.
  4. Gelling L (2015) Introduction to the research series. Nursing Standard. 29(27), 43.
  5. Gelling L (2014) When to use mixed methods. Nurse Researcher. 21(4), 6-7.
  6. Hagena A, Stananought N, Greene M, Asiam E, Pybus L, Carroll F, Gelling L (2014) Motor Neurone Disease: what are the support needs of patients and carers? European Journal of Palliative Care. 21(5), 232-235.
  7. Gelling L (2015) Stages in the research process. Nursing Standard. 29(27), 44-49.
  8. Gelling L, Engward H (2015) Planning a research project. Nursing Standard. 29(28), 44-48.
  9. Gelling L (2015) Stages in the research process. Nursing Standard. 29(27), 44-48.
  10. Gelling L (2015) Qualitative research. Nursing Standard. 29(30), 43-47.
  11. Gelling L (2016) Applying for ethical approval for research: the main issues. Nursing Standard. 30(20), 40-44.
  12. Gelling L (2014) Men’s health. Nurse Researcher. 21(3), 6-7.
  13. Jones S, Gelling L (2013) Participation in action research. Nurse Researcher. 21(2), 6
  14. Sylvester J, Gelling L (2014) Ensure nurse research is rigorous. 22(2), 6-8.
  15. Gelling L (2014) Selecting the right approach. Nurse Researcher. 22(2), 5.
  16. McCormack B, Gelling L (2014) A coming of age for nursing research. Nurse Researcher. 22(1), 47-48.
  17. Gelling L (2014) Complexities of ethnography. Nurse Researcher. 22(1), 6-7.
  18. Gelling L (2014) Begin with the question. Nurse Researcher. 22(1), 5.
  19. Gelling L, Rodríguez-Borrego MA (2014) Originality in doctoral research. Nurse Researcher. 21(6), 6-7.
  20. Gelling L (2014) Research is every nurse’s business. Nurse Researcher. 21(6), 5.
  21. Gelling L, Rodríguez-Borrego MA (2014) A view from Spain. Nurse Researcher. 21(6), 45-46.
  22. Gelling L (2014) A chance to celebrate. Nurse Researcher. 21(5), 5.
  23. Gelling L (2014) The contribution our research makes to care: interview with Jane Coad. Nurse Researcher. 21(5), 47.
  24. Gelling L (2014) An insight into nursing today. Nurse Researcher. 21(4), 5.
  25. Gelling L (2014) How to be a pioneer in your chosen field: interview with Carol Haigh. Nurse Researcher. 21(4), 47.
  26. Gelling L (2014) The place for sharing. Nurse Researcher. 21(3), 5.
  27. Gelling L (2014) A passion for sleep measurement: interview with Nancy Redeker. Nurse Researcher. 21(1), 47.
  28. Gelling L (2013) A feminist approach to research. Nurse Researcher. 21(1), 6-7.
  29. Gelling L, Munn-Giddings C (2011) Ethical review of action research: the challenges for researchers and research ethics committees. Research Ethics. 7(3), 100-106.
  30. Gelling L (2013) Learning from experience. Nurse Researcher. 21(2), 5.
  31. Gelling L (2013) Negative results have a value. Nurse Researcher. 20(6), 5.
  32. Gelling L (2013) Focus, read and be curious: interview with Elizabeth Rosser. Nurse Researcher. 20(6), 45.
  33. Gelling L (2013) Make the most of mentoring. Nurse Researcher. 20(5), 3.
  34. Gelling L (2013) Publishing can inspire research: interview with Michael Traynor. Nurse Researcher. 20(5), 45.
  35. Gelling L (2013) Research needs collaboration. Nurse Researcher. 20(4), 3.
  36. Gelling L (2013) Let’s tap the patient potential. Nurse Researcher. 20(3), 3.
  37. Gelling L (2012) A vision for nursing research. Nurse Researcher. 19(5), 3.
  38. Gelling L (2012) Lessons from the Olympics. Nurse Researcher. 20(1), 3.
  39. Watson R, Gelling L (2012) NHS Research Ethics Committees: for whose protection? Journal of Clinical Nursing. 21(15-16), 2097-2098.
  40. Gelling L (2012) Research is part of real life. Nurse Researcher. 19(4), 3.
  41. Gelling L (2012) At the heart of nursing. Nurse Researcher. 19(3), 3.
  42. Gelling L (2012) A bright new future. Nurse Researcher. 19(2), 3.
  43. Gelling L (2011) The complexities of using grounded theory. Nurse Researcher. 18(4), 4-5.
  44. Gelling L (2011) Supervising research student. Nurse Researcher. 19(1), 3.
  45. Gelling L (2011) Welcome to the club. Nursing Standard. 26(1), 61.
  46. Gelling L (2011) Research question – why do I have to apply for ethical approval before I begin my research? Nursing Times. 107(30), 31.
  47. Gelling L (2011) Review: strategies to engage clinical staff in subject recruitment. Journal of Research in Nursing. 16(4), 333-334.
  48. Gelling L, Hampton-Till, JS (2011) The driving force in research (Editorial). Nurse Researcher. 18(4), 3.
  49. Gelling L (2011) New style for Nurse Researcher. Nurse Researcher. 18(3), 3.
  50. Gelling L (2011) Hooked on linking research to real life: interview with Christine Norton. Nurse Researcher. 18(3), 46.
  51. Gelling L (2011) All part of the process. Nursing Standard. 25(28), 64.
  52. Gelling L (2011) What is the difference between Grounded Theory and Phenomenology? Nursing Times. 107(4), 25.
  53. Gelling L (2011) Flexibility is key to review. Nurse Researcher. 18(2), 3.
  54. Edmonds M, Gelling L (2010) The complexities of grounded theory. Nurse Researcher. 17(4), 4-7.
  55. Gelling L (2010) Phenomenology: the methodological minefield. Nurse Researcher. 17(2), 4-7.
  56. Gelling L (2010) Analyse the evidence: how to review the literature. Nursing Standard. 25(8), 61.
  57. Talbot D, Gelling L, Prady H, Yeung V, Twelves C, Davies J, Berrow M (2010) Research nurses and informed consent in CTIMP studies. 21(6), 32-36.
  58. Gelling L (2010) Sowing the research seed. Nurse Researcher. 18(1), 3.
  59. Gelling L (2010) From research to practice. Nurse Researcher. 17(4), 3.
  60. Gelling L (2010) Student research. Nurse Researcher. 17(3), 3.
  61. Gelling L (2010) Clinical research nursing has a bright future. Nurse Researcher. 17(2), 3.
  62. Smajdor A, Sydes MR, Gelling L, Wilkinson MJ (2009) Applying for ethical approval for research in the UK. British Medical Journal. 339, 968-971.
  63. Gelling L, McVicar AJ (2009) Living with Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus: a Grounded Theory study. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 5(4), 173-178.
  64. Gelling L (2009) Nursing students must be grounded in research. Nurse Researcher. 17(1), 3.
  65. Gelling L (2009) Clinicians and universities must collaborate better. Nurse Researcher. 16(4), 3.
  66. Gelling L (2009) Pride and trepidation at stepping into new role (Editorial). Nurse Researcher. 16(3), 3.
  67. Gelling L, Ellis G (2007) Factors influencing decisions to participate in clinical research. Clinical Research Focus. 18(10), 5-10.
  68. Mantle G, Gelling L, Livingstone S (2006) Supporting the vulnerable child: engaging fathers in the home-school dimension of pastoral care. Pastoral Care. September, 41-48.
  69. Secker J, Gelling L (2006) Still dreaming: service users’ employment, education and training goals. Journal of Mental Health. 15(1), 103-111.
  70. Gelling L, Munn-Giddings C (2006) Commentary on Cook F, Deeny P & Thompson K (2004) Management of fluid and hydration in patients with acute subarachnoid haemorrhage: an action research project. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 13, 835-849. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 15, 508-509.
  71. Czosnyka Z, Owler B, Czosnyka M, Gelling L, Pickard JD (2005) Resistance to CSF outflow depends upon duration of symptoms in patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research. 2(Supp 1), S33.
  72. Czosnyka Z, van den Boogaard F, Czosnyka M, Momijan S, Gelling L, Pickard JD (2005) The relationship between CSF circulation and cerebrovascular pressure-reactivity in normal pressure hydrocephalus. Acta Neurochir. 95, 207-211.
  73. Crossley M, Shiel A, Wilson B, Coleman MR, Gelling L, Fryer T, Boniface S, Pickard J (2005) Monitoring emergence from coma following severe brain injury in an octogenarian using behavioural indicators, electrophysiological measures and metabolic studies: a demonstration of the potential for good recovery in older adults. Brain Injury. 19(9), 729-737.
  74. Gelling L, Chatfield D (2005) The ethics of informed consent. Nursing Standard. 20(13), 31.
  75. Gelling L (2005) The threat of bureaucracy. Nursing Standard. 19(40), 31.
  76. Gelling L (2005) The power of the acronym. Nursing Standard. 19(36), 30.
  77. Gelling L (2005) Research that makes a difference (letter). Nursing Standard. 19(27), 30.
  78. Gelling L (2005) Early decisions on research ownership help avoid conflict. Nursing Standard. 19(19), 23.
  79. Gelling L (2005) A fresh look at risk could revitalise student research. Nursing Standard. 19(23), 23.
  80. Iddon JL, Loveday C, Gelling L, Morgan DJR, Pickard JD (2004) Neuropsychological profile of patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus and Alzheimer’s disease. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research. 1(Supp1), 17.
  81. Czosnyka Z, Van Den Boogaard F, Czosnyka M, Momjian S, Gelling L, Pickard JD (2004) Cerebrovascular pressure-reactivity in normal pressure hydrocephalus. Cerebrospinal Fluid Research. 1(Supp1), 20.
  82. Gelling L, Shiel A, Elliot L, Owen AM, Wilson B, Menon D, Pickard JD (2004) Commentary on Oh and Seo (2003) Sensory stimulation programme to improve recovery in comatose patients: a commentary. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 13, 125-127.
  83. Gelling L (2004) Researching patients in the vegetative state: difficulties of studying this patient group. NT Research. 9(1), 7-17.
  84. Shiel A, Gelling L, Wilson B, Coleman M, Pickard J (2004) Difficulty in diagnosing the vegetative state. British Journal of Neurosurgery. 18(1), 5-7.
  85. Gelling L, Iddon J, McVicar A, Pickard JD (2004) CSF circulation disorders: measuring progress in patients through quality of life and hope. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 13, 589-600.
  86. Gelling L (2003) Critical care research. Nursing in Critical Care. 8(5), 185-186.
  87. Gelling L, McVicar A (2003) Qualitative research and presumed honesty. Nursing Standard. 17(38), 21.
  88. Gelling L (2003) Signs of life. University of Cambridge Newsletter. Jun/Jul, 17.
  89. Gelling L (2003) Research ethics committees. Nursing Standard. 18(3), 23.
  90. Gelling L, Fitzgerald M, Blight I (2002) Hope in the ICU: a qualitative study exploring nurses’ experiences of the concept of hope. Nursing in Critical Care. 7(6), 271-277.
  91. Gelling L, Woolford J, Lamprill J (2002) Consent in special cases. Clinical Research Focus. 13(3), 61-63.
  92. Gelling L (2002) Research is every nurse’s business: or is it? Nursing Standard. 16(28), 22.
  93. Gelling L (2002) For clinical research to be meaningful it must be based on interdisciplinary collaboration. Nursing Standard. 17(6), 21.
  94. Gelling L (2002) The nursing contribution to the provision of comprehensive critical care for adults (Editorial). Nursing in Critical Care. 7(1), 5-6.
  95. Gelling L, Cooke MP (2002) The role of RCN interest groups in local decisions. In: Young A, Cooke MP (Editors) Managing and implementing decisions in health care. London, Harcourt Health Sciences. Pages 46-50.
  96. Gelling L, Chatfield D (2001) Research collaboration. Nurse Researcher. 9(2), 4-16.
  97. Gelling L (2001) Research and publication ethics (Editorial). Nursing in Critical Care. 6(2), 57-58.
  98. Streater C, Golledge J, Sutherland J, Easton, J, McNamara R, MacDonald R, Looise A, Gelling L (2001) The relocation experiences of relatives leaving a neurosciences critical care unit: a phenomenological study. Nursing in Critical Care. 6(4), 163-170.
  99. Chatfield D, Gelling L (2001) Informed consent to research: the role of the research nurse. Clinical Research Focus. 12(7), 5-11.
  100. Gelling L, Chatfield D (2001) Research collaboration. Nurse Researcher. 9(2), 4-16.
  101. Pickard JD, Kirkpatrick PJ, Melsen T, Andreasen RB, Gelling L, Fryer T, Matthews J, Minhas P, Hutchinson PJ, Menon D, Downey SP, Kendall I, Clark J, Carpenter TA, Williams E, Persson L (2000) Potential role of NovoSeven in the prevention of rebleeding following aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage. Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis. Supplement 1, S117-S120.
  102. Gelling L (2000) A matter of trust. Nursing Standard. 14(28), 22.
  103. Gelling L (2000) Involving consumers in research. Nursing Standard. 15(4), 33.
  104. Gelling L (1999) So you want to be a SSC? Clinical Research Focus. 10(7), 10-14.
  105. Gelling L (1999) Ethical principles in health care research. Nursing Standard. 13(36), 39-42.
  106. Gelling L, Prevost T (1999) The needs of relatives of critically ill patients admitted to Neurosciences Critical Care Unit: a comparison of the perceptions of relatives, nurses and doctors. Care of the Critically Ill. 15(2), 53-58.
  107. Gelling L (1999) Causes of ICU psychosis: the environmental factors. Nursing in Critical Care. 4(1), 22-26.
  108. Gelling L (1999) The role of the research ethics committee. Nurse Education Today. 19(7), 564-569.
  109. Gelling L (1999) The lived experience of hope for the relatives of critically ill patients admitted to a Neurosciences Critical Care Unit: a phenomenological study. Nursing in Critical Care. 4(5), 214-221.
  110. Gelling L (1999) The role of hope for relatives of critically ill patients admitted to an intensive care unit: a review of the literature. Nursing Standard. 14(1), 33-38.
  111. Gelling L (1998) Quality of life following liver transplantation: physical and functional recovery. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 28(4), 779-785.
  112. Gelling L (1996) Death: a concept analysis and application to practice. Nursing in Critical Care. 1(3), 137-140.
  113. Gelling L (1995) Nursing seen as second class. Nursing Standard. 9(34), 45.
  114. Gelling L (1995) Mixing wards is practical. Nursing Standard. 9(42), 50.
  115. Gelling L (1993) Examinations fail the test. Nursing Standard. 7(41), 51.
  116. Gelling L (1992) Chrysalis crisis. Nursing Standard. 6(31), 46.
  117. Gelling L (1992) Named nurse does the round. Nursing Standard. 6(47), 44.
  118. Gelling L (1991) Malignant hyperpyrexia. Nursing Standard. 6(12), 35-37.
  119. Gelling L (1991) Let’s get physical. Nursing Standard. 6(3), 55.
  120. Gelling L (1991) No masters without slaves. Nursing Standard. 6(8), 52-53.
  121. Gelling L (1990) Stress and the student nurse. Nursing Standard. 4(39), 54.
  122. Gelling L (1990) Getting the message across. Nursing Standard. 5(1), 61.
  123. Gelling L (1990) Fighting for our rights. Nursing Standard. 5(9), 44.