2022 Nurek, Martine Taylor S et al "Recommendations for the recognition, diagnosis, and management of long COVID: a Delphi study." British Journal of General Practice 71.712 (2021): e815-e825. Web. 25 April. 2022. https://bjgp.org/content/71/712/e815 The eLetter RE: BSACI Criticism of our suggestions on Long Covid and Mast Cells was submitted on 25 Apr 2022:
2021 AlexRushforth, EmmaLadds, SietseWieringaa SharonTaylorbc Trisha Greenhalgh Long Covid - The illness narratives. Social Science & Medicine. Volume 286, October 2021.
2021 Rosello R*Girela-Serrano B*, Gómez S, Baig B, Lim M**, Taylor S***Joint first authors of equal contribution, **Joint last authors of equal contribution. Characterizing the features and course of psychiatric symptoms in children and adolescents with Autoimmune Encephalitis. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience. 2021. accepted for Publication July 4th.
2021 Martine N; Rayner, C; Freyer, A; Taylor, S; Järte, Li; MacDermott, N; Delaney, B. Recommendations for the recognition, diagnosis, and management of long covid: A Delphi study
British Journal of General Practice. 2021
2021 Rushforth A, Ladds E, Husain L, Rayner C, Taylor S E, and Greenhalgh T Long Covid – the illness narratives. Social Science and Medicine. 2021. In press.
2021 Sivan M, Taylor SE. Invited Editorial on NICE guideline on long covid Research must be done urgently to fill the many gaps in this new “living guideline”. BMJ. Feb 2021
2021 Ladds E, Rushforth A, Wieringa S, Taylor S E, Rayner C, Husain L and Greenhalgh T. Developing services for long COVID: lessons from a study of wounded healers. Clinical medicine Journal. Jan 2021.
2020 Ladds E, Rushforth A, Wieringa S, Taylor SE, Rayener C, Husain L, Greenhalgh T. Persistent symptoms after Covid-19: qualitative study of 114 "long Covid" patients and draft quality principles for services. BMC Health serv Research. Dec 2020
2020 Ladds E, Taylor SE, Greenhalgh T. The forgotten Covid-19 ‘survivors’. BMC series Blogs. Dec 2020.
2020 Taylor S E, Yamey G. Post acute covid what you need to know. Sept 2020. https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/blog/long-covid-what-you-need-to-know
2020 Authors in alphabetical order, Suett J, Taylor SE et al. BMJ 2020. From doctors as patients: a manifesto for tackling persisting symptoms of covid-19. https://www.bmj.com/content/370/bmj.m3565.full?ijkey=IW6SY6HKILgGZnM&keytype=ref
2020 Yamey G & Taylor S E 2020: We Need to Take Care of the Growing Number of Long-Term COVID-19 Patients. TIME magazine August 11 2020.https://time.com/5878448/longterm-covid19-recognition-research/
2020 Lokugamage A, Taylor S & Raynor C. Patients’ experiences of “long covid” are missing from the NHS narrative. The BMJ opinion. July 10, 2020 https://blogs.bmj.com/bmj/2020/07/10/patients-experiences-of-longcovid-are-missing-from-the-nhs-narrative/
2014 Taylor S E; A day in the life of an Imperial College personal tutor. Undergraduate teaching news letter. Dec 2014.
2012 Taylor S, Fiertag O, Ninis N, Beri S. Anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis: an important differential diagnosis in psychosis. Response to Article. E- Letter The British Journal of Psychiatry Jan 2012.
2011 Taylor, S. When Actions Speak Louder than words. Context February 2011.
2010 Taylor, S. Haase, T. Weaver T, Kidd J, and E. M. Garralda EM, Child involvement in the paediatric consultation: a qualitative study of children and carers’ views. Child health care and development. 2010c
2008 L Perera, S Taylor, and S Laurent
Implementing Paediatric Liaison: audit of staff perceptions and service use
Arch. Dis. Child., Dec 2008; 93: 1077 - 1078.
2004 Nestel D, Taylor S, Spender Q. Evaluation of an inter-professional workshop to develop a psychosocial assessment and child-centred communication training programme for paediatricians in training
BMC Medical Education, 4: 25 (21st Nov 2004).
2004 Fellow-Smith E, Orr G, Ahmer S, Hepper F, Sohani M, Taylor S, Tolmac J. A Novel Specialist Registrar Leadership & Management Experience: A Work-based Experiential Learning Group. Clinician in Management. 12: 3: 123-128. 2004.
2003 Taylor SE, Tudor Williams G, Garralda ME, Martinez N. Authors reply. The Lancet. March. 2003.
2003 Taylor SE, Garralda ME, Tudor Williams G, Martinez N. Hashimoto’s encephalopathy: An organic cause of neuropsychiatric illness in adolescence. The Lancet. Volume 361, 15 February 2003.
2003 Taylor S, Garralda ME. The management of somatoform disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry.16:227-231.2003.
2002 Taylor S. Sleep Disturbance in Children and Adolescents with Disorders of Development: its Significance and Management. Edited by Stores. G and Wiggs. L. Clinics in Developmental Medicine. Psychological Medicine vol 32. (Book review).2002.
2000 Taylor S., Kilham, H., Bernard E., & Dossetor D. The Youngest Case of Pervasive Refusal Syndrome. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. Volume 5; 1 January 2000.
1998 Taylor S. Kopel H. Art Therapy as a Means of Regulating Affect. Abstract presented at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, 11th Annual Meeting.
2004 Involved in creation of Royal College of Paediatrics CFS/ME Guidelines as part of Delphi Panel Consensus
Books and chapters published
2020 & 2012 Fiertag O, Taylor S, Tareen A & Garralda E. Somatoform disorders. IACAPAP Textbook of child and adolescent mental health. Editor Joseph Rey. Open access publication. First and second edition
2012 Taylor S. Ani C. Emotions and Behaviour Chapter 21 in Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics. Editors Lissauer & Clayden.
2007 Taylor S. Garralda ME. Emotions and behaviour. Chapter 21 in Illustrated Self Assessment in Paediatrics. Editors Lissauer, Roberts, Foster, Coren. Second Edition. Elsevier Mosby 2007
2007 Taylor S. Garralda ME. Emotions and Behaviour Chapter 21 in Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics. Editors Lissauer & Clayden. Third Edition. 2007.
2003 Lask B, Taylor S, Nunn K. Child Psychiatry for the Paediatrician. BMA books. March 2003. To date approximately 10,000 copies sold.
1997 Taylor S., & Raffles A. Colour Atlas of Paediatrics. Mosby-Wolfe Imprint. 1997.
Further editions translated into Hungarian, Turkish, Chinese and Polish .To date over 10,000 copies sold.
1997 Lissauer & Clayden. Case History Contribution to Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics. First edition. 1997.