Currently working on:

Article: Compassionate Play: why playful teaching is a prescription for good mental health (for you and your students), Journal of Play in Adulthood

Book chapter: Hand-drawn infographics: a tool for reflection and creativity in healthcare research and beyond, Arts Methodologies within Healthcare Research, Springer

Selected publications:

O'Sullivan, A., Reeve, J. & Nichols-Drew, L. (2020) Advance HE Virtual conference experiences 2020: blog post 


Reeve, J. (2019) Talking to myself: reflections on Reframing. A conversation reflecting on my experiences of using creative practice (specifically the Reframing technique) within a STEM context, Higher Education Pedagogies, 4:1, 256-261, DOI:

Reeve, J. & Towlson, K. (2019) Playful Writing with Writing PAD. In: James, A. & Nerantzi, C. (eds.) The Power of Play in Higher Education. London: Palgrave MacMillan, p.207-209.


Reeve, J. (2018) HEA STEM 2018 Creative Approaches to Science Writing. [Online] Available from:  


Reeve, J. (2017) Embodied Creativity: Messiness, Emotion and Academic Writing. Creative Academic Magazine. [Online] Available from: 

Reeve, J. & Morris, M., (2017) Visualising your research with Infographics – Occasional Paper for Vitae. Available from:


Reeve, J. (2015-19) Writing PAD East Midlands blog. [Online] Available from:


Reeve, J. (2014) How can adopting the materials and environment of the studio engage Art & Design students more deeply with research and writing? An investigation into the Reframing Research technique, Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 7 (2) p. 267-281.