Qualitative Research Methods in Applied Contexts [Year 3 elective]
Qualitative Research Methods [MRes]
Francesca Lomas (2020-) Communication Analysis in psychosexual matters surrounding treatment and post-treatment in endometrial cancer [PhD]
Caitlin Jenkins (2019-) Whose diagnosis is it anyway? Features of clinician communication that influence patient responses to mental health diagnoses: Implications for training and practice (ESRC funded, 1+3). [PhD]
Julie Wilkes (2015-) Parental identity in kinship care families [PhD]
Stephanie Mace (2015-) Lesbian women’s experiences of clinical communication about breast cancer [PhD]
Kurt Wilson (2014-) Conversation Analysis: Talk about medicines [MD]
Samantha Tucker (2012-15) Uniting the body and mind in prostate cancer: A qualitative exploration of the psychosexual impact of prostate cancer treatment and related clinical communication needs [ClinPsyD]
Rebecca McPhillips (2009-14) Delicate topics in psychiatrist-patient communication in the Gender Identity Clinic [PhD- ESRC funded].
Simon Goodman (2003-7) The discursive construction of asylum seeking [PhD- ESRC funded]
Bryony Hoskins (1997-2001*) Tales of the intimate: Exploring young people’s accounts of sexual practice [PhD- ESRC funded, Brunel University. *I co-supervised Bryony during her final year].