Read more about the various publications I’ve contributed to, including those that will soon be published. Hope you find something that intrigues you.
Hughes, G. (In press) The Challenge of Student Mental Wellbeing: Reconnecting Students Services With the Academic Universe In: Pedro, F.F ed. Student Support Services: Exploring impact on student engagement, experience and learning. Queensland: Springer Nature
Hughes, G. & Bowers-Brown, T. (In press). Student Services, Personal Tutors and Student Mental Health – a case study. In: Pedro, F.F ed. Student Support Services: Exploring impact on student engagement, experience and learning. Queensland: Springer Nature
Byrom, N; Dinu, L. M.; Kirkman, A. & Hughes, G. (In press). Predicting stress and mental wellbeing among doctoral researchers. Journal of Mental Health.
Hughes, G. (2019). The Relationships between Creativity, Wellbeing and Learning and their implications for students in Higher Education. In: Peters, Michael A & Heraud, Richard ed. The Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation. Singapore: Springer.
Hughes, G. and Wilson, C. (2017) From transcendence to general maintenance: Exploring the creativity and wellbeing dynamic in higher education, in Reisman. F ed. Creativity, Innovation and Wellbeing. KIE Conference Publications: London. p. 23-65.
Hughes, G. (2016) Transition Distress: a psychological process. University & College Counselling. Sept 2016 pp 15-19
Wilson, C., Lennox, P.P., Hughes, G. & Brown, M. (2017) How to develop creative capacity for the fourth industrial revolution: creativity and employability in higher education in Reisman, F. Ed., Creativity, Innovation and Wellbeing. London: KIE Conference Publications.
Hughes, G. (2017) It Takes A University. Presented at: European Student Affairs Conference, Berlin, 21-25 August.
HUGHES, G., 2012. Transition Distress. Human Givens Journal, 19(2) pp 42-45
Hughes, G. & Spanner, L. (2019) The University Mental Health Charter Framework & Guidance. Leeds: Student Minds
HUGHES, G., 2014. Love Your Mind: reaching out creatively to students. Human Givens Journal, 21(2) pp 46-48