Evans, N.S., (1996) What do homeless people eat and can Crisis FareShare help improve their diets?, Nutrition & Food Science (3) pp. 15-17.


Evans, N.S., (1996) Nutrition of homeless alcoholics in central London, International Nutrition Conference, Roehampton Institute, Surrey.


Evans, N.S., (1997) Nutrition of single homeless and marginalised people in London. Poverty and food in welfare societies, Edition sigma, Berlin.  pp.289-297.


Evans N.S., (1998) “Eat Well!” - good food practice in day centres for homeless and marginalised people. Crisis, London.


Evans N.S., Cooper A., Sutton P., (1999) Better By Design - a practical guide to day centre design.  National Homeless Alliance, London.


Evans, N.S., (1999) Eat Well! - an intervention programme to improve the nutritional value of food provided for homeless and marginalised people.  Public Health Nutrition, Edition sigma, Berlin.  pp198 - 207.


Evans N.S. and Dowler, E.A., (1999) Food, health and eating among single homeless and marginalised people in London.  Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 12 179-199.


Evans, N.S. (2000) Health promotion - what homeless people think.  National Homeless Alliance, London.   February 2000.  (Contact Martin Goodwin).


Evans N.S., Hinton T., Jacobs k., (2001)  Healthy Hostels – a guide to promoting health and well-being amongst homeless people.  Crisis, London.


Evans N.S., (2002)  Building a healthy family – a nutrition resource pack for health visitors working with low-income families in East Surrey.  NHS (East Surrey Health Authority)


Evans N.S., (2004) Cook and Eat – a nutrition resource guide to running, ‘Cook & Eat’ courses.  (Contact Naomi Evans)


Evans N.S., (2006) Healthy Eating Resource Pack for Key stage I and II.  Produced for Natural Vending Company, Uk.


Dorset Food and Health Trust (2008) Incredible Edibles.  Part author of this publication produced by Dorset Food and Health Trust.


Dorset Food and Health Trust (2010) FAB - Food Activity and Behaviour.  Author but produced by Dorset Food and Health Trust.