Walker R & Craig G. 'Community Development Workers for BME mental health: Embedding Sustainable Change'. Report to the National Institute for Mental Health in England and the Department of Health programme for Delivering Race Equality in Mental Health, March 2009

Walker R & Elliott J. Towards an educational strategy for delivery of race equality in mental health’. Report for the National Institute for Mental Health, Yorkshire and the Humber Strategic Health Authority and the North East Strategic Health Authority, April 2008

Walker R, Elliott J, Lewis J & Wilde J. 'Evaluation and further development of the UKRC Quality Mark award'. Report for the UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering & Technology, April 2008

‘Combining the best of nursing and medical care: Evaluation of the West Yorkshire Nurse Practitioner (Primary Care) Development Programme from 2001 to 2005’. Report for Yorkshire and the Humber Strategic Health Authority, the University of Huddersfield and Leeds Metropolitan University, June 2007

Archibong U, Sabir G, Elliott J, Walker R. 'An evaluation of "Getting Results" and the capacity development needs of voluntary and community sector organisations'. Report for the Commission for Racial Equality, August 2006.

Leese B, Heywood P, Allgar V, Walker R , Darr A, Din I (2006). 'Developing cancer services strategy in primary care in England: Primary Care Trust managers’ views of the Primary Care Cancer Lead Initiative', Journal of Health Organisation and Management, 20

Leese B, Allgar V, Heywood P, Walker R, Darr A, Din I & West R M (2006). 'A new role for nurses as Primary Care Cancer Lead Clinicians in Primary Care Trusts in England'', Journal of Nursing Management, 14

Leese B, Din I, Darr A, Walker R, Heywood P, Allgar V. ‘Early Days Yet’: the primary care cancer lead clinician (PCCL) initiative. Final Report for the Department of Health and Macmillan Cancer Relief, Centre for Research in Primary Care, University of Leeds, June 2004

Walker R & Elliott J. 'Building Capacity for Developmental Evaluation of Leadership programmes and initiatives'. Report for West Yorkshire NHS Workforce Development Confederation, 2003.

Elliott J, Walker R , Balson G, Choudhari S and Husband C.  'Getting On Against the Odds: a survey for the National Nursing Leadership Project of Caribbean, African, Asian and Black British nurses in leading positions.' Report for the NHS Modernisation Agency, National Nursing Leadership Project, 2002. (This led to the Department of Health’s ‘Breaking Through’ programme.)

Allgar V, Leese B, Heywood P & Walker R (2001) 'First Wave PMS Pilots: a critical analysis of documentation', Journal of Management in Medicine, 15:299-311

P Heywood, R Walker & V Allgar (2000) ‘Sixteen Buds – assessing Northern & Yorkshire’s contribution to a thousand flowers blooming’, interim evaluation for Northern & Yorkshire NHSE of first wave Personal Medical and Personal Dental Services pilot practices

W I U Ahmad & R Walker (1997) 'Asian Older People: housing, health and access to care services', Ageing and Society, 17

Walker, R. & Ahmad, W. I. U.  (1994) 'Windows of opportunity in rotting frames ? Care providers' perspectives on community care and black communities', Critical Social Policy, 40, 46-69 (This was subsequently used as an Open University text)

Ahmad, W. I. U. & Walker, R.: (1994) 'Black Elders and Community Care: a survey of care providers', New Community, July 1994

Walker, R & Elliott, J.: Sections 7, 8, 25, 26 & 47 in Pedler, M., Burgone, J. & Boydell, T. (1994) A Manager’s Guide to Self-Development (3rd ed.). McGraw-Hill

Walker, R. & Ahmad, W. I. U.  (1993) 'Health and Social Needs of Black Elders', report for the Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work, Yorkshire Health and Bradford Community Health Trust

Walker, R. & Ahmad, W. I. U. 'Black elders - who cares?', British Sociological Association annual conference 1993

Walker, R. & Ahmad, W. I. U. (1993) 'Black Elders and Community Care', in Health for All 2000, Spring 1993, Faculty of Public Health Medicine of the Royal College of Physicians