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Elizabeth Green

Lecturer in Economics


Financial resilience, income dependence and organisational survival in UK charities (2021)
Journal Article
Green, E., Ritchie, F., Bradley, P., & Parry, G. (in press). Financial resilience, income dependence and organisational survival in UK charities. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-020-00311-9

The financial well-being of the charity sector has important social implications. Numerous studies have analysed whether the concentration of income in a few sources increases financial vulnerability. However, few studies have systematically consider... Read More about Financial resilience, income dependence and organisational survival in UK charities.

Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management (2020)
Working Paper
Ritchie, F., & Green, E. Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management

The Five Safes framework is increasingly widely used for data governance. Since its conception in 2003, it has influenced data management in many ways, particularly in the public sector. As it has become established, both the advantages and limitatio... Read More about Frameworks, principles and accreditation in modern data management.

A qualitative study of health professionals’ views on using iPads to facilitate distraction during paediatric burn dressing changes (2018)
Journal Article
Green, E., Cadogan, J., & Harcourt, D. (2018). A qualitative study of health professionals’ views on using iPads to facilitate distraction during paediatric burn dressing changes. Scars, Burns & Healing, 4, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059513118764878

Introduction: Distraction is a non-pharmacologic pain management technique commonly used to avert a person’s attention from procedural pain and distress during stressful procedures such as treatment after a burn injury. In recent years, computer tabl... Read More about A qualitative study of health professionals’ views on using iPads to facilitate distraction during paediatric burn dressing changes.

Lessons learned in training ‘safe users’ of confidential data (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Ritchie, F., Green, E., Newman, J., & Parker, T. (2017, September). Lessons learned in training ‘safe users’ of confidential data. Paper presented at UNECE/Eurostat work session on statistical data confidentiality - 2017

Many statistical organisations require researchers using detailed sensitive data to undergo ‘safe researcher’ training. Such training has traditionally reflected the ‘policing’ model of data protection. This mirrors the defensive stance often adopted... Read More about Lessons learned in training ‘safe users’ of confidential data.

Department of social services data access project final report (2016)
Report
Ritchie, F., & Green, E. (2016). Department of social services data access project final report

This report reviews the context and options available to the Department of Social Service (DSS) in developing its data access strategy, and proposes future developments based upon international practice. The structure of the report is separated into... Read More about Department of social services data access project final report.

Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 summary report (2016)
Report
Gulati, A., Bolden, R., Gasper, R., Green, E., Isaac, B., Kimberlee, R., …Strauss, P. (2016). Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 summary report

This report summarises the findings from Phase 1 of the local evaluation of Golden Key though the first 18 months of initial development, progress towards delivery and operational services delivery from Autumn 2014 to Spring 2016. Bristol Golden... Read More about Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 summary report.

Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 full report (2016)
Report
Gulati, A., Bolden, R., Gasper, R., Green, E., Isaac, B., Kimberlee, R., …Strauss, P. (2016). Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 full report

This report presents a preliminary analysis of the evidence collated for Phase 1 of the local evaluation of Bristol Golden Key. Evidence has been collected between November 2014 and March 2016 through a variety of means, including interviews with aro... Read More about Reaching out: Golden Key local evaluation phase 1 full report.

Financial resilience in charities v.2 (2016)
Report
Green, E., Ritchie, F., Parry, G., & Bradley, P. Financial resilience in charities v.2

Document submitted to the Select Committee on Charities; House of Lords. 30th September 2016

The Difference that Makes the Difference - Final evaluation of the first place-based programmes for Systems Leadership: Local Vision (2015)
Report
Bolden, R., Gulati, A., Ahmad, Y., Burgoyne, J., Chapman, N., Edwards, G., …Spirit, M. (2015). The Difference that Makes the Difference - Final evaluation of the first place-based programmes for Systems Leadership: Local Vision

1. This report outlines findings from Phase 2 of the evaluation of Systems Leadership: Local Vision, conducted by Bristol Leadership Centre on behalf of the Systems Leadership Steering Group. It is the third in a series of reports capturing the lear... Read More about The Difference that Makes the Difference - Final evaluation of the first place-based programmes for Systems Leadership: Local Vision.