A selection of recent anthropologically oriented publications produced by our group:
Cramer, H, Evans, M, Featherstone, K, Johnson, R, Zaman, M, Timmis, A, Hemingway, H & Feder, G 2012, ‘Treading carefully: an ethnography of the clinical, social and educational uses of exercise electrocardiograms in evaluating stable chest pain’. BMJ Open, vol 2., pp. e000508
Cramer, HA, Shaw, ARG, Wye, L & Weiss, MC 2010, ‘Over-the-counter advice seeking about complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) in community pharmacies and health shops: an ethnographic study’. Health and Social Care in the Community, vol 18., pp. 41?50
Derges, J., Clow, A., Lynch, R., Jain, S., Phillips, G., Petticrew, M., Renton, A., Draper, A. (2014) ‘Well London and the benefits of participation: results of a qualitative study nested in a cluster randomised trial’ BMJ Open. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003596
Phillips, G., Petticrew, M., Draper, A., Derges, J., South, J., Adams-Eaton, F., Sheridan, K., Renton, A. (2012). ‘What is complexity and what do you do with it? Reflections on use of controlled trials to assess complex public health interventions’. The Lancet; 380:65.
Derges, J. (2012) Ritual and Recovery in Post-Conflict Sri Lanka: Communicating Violence. London: Routledge.
Derges, J., Lynch, R., Clow, A., Petticrew, M., Draper, A.(2012) ‘Dog faeces as a symbolic representation of incivility in London, UK: a qualitative study’. Critical Public Health. DOI:10.1080/09581596.2012.710738
Derges, J. (2009) ‘Eloquent bodies: conflict and ritual in northern Sri Lanka’ Anthropology and Medicine,Vol.16, (1), pp. 27-36.
Derges, J. and Henderson, F. (2003) ‘Working with refugees and survivors of trauma in a day hospital setting’ Journal of Refugee Studies Vol. 16 (1), pp.82 - 98.
Gooberman-Hill, R, Salis, Id & Einarsdottir, J 2006, ‘Transferring anthropological methods, theory and experience to applied health research’. in: 9th European Association of Social Anthropologists EASA Biennial Conference, University of Bristol, 18-21 September. University of Bristol, pp. 91 - 92
Lambert, HS 2013, ‘Plural forms of evidence in public health: tolerating epistemological and methodological diversity’. Evidence & Policy, 9(1): 43-48
George MS & Lambert H (2015): ‘I am doing fine only because I have not told anyone’: the necessity of concealment in the lives of people living with HIV in India, Culture, Health & Sexuality, DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2015.1009947
Lambert, HS 2012, ‘Wrestling with tradition: Towards a subaltern therapeutics of bonesetting and vessel treatment in north India’. in: David Hardiman, Projit Mukherji (eds) Medical marginality in South Asia: Situating subaltern therapeutics. Routledge, pp. 109-125
Owens, C & Lambert, H 2012, ‘Mad, Bad or Heroic? Gender, Identity and Accountability in Lay Portrayals of Suicide in Late Twentieth-Century England’. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, vol 36., pp. 348 – 371
Lambert, H 2012, ‘Medical pluralism and medical marginality: Bone doctors and the selective legitimation of therapeutic expertise in India’. Social Science & Medicine, 74, pp. 1029 - 1036
Lambert, HS 2012, ‘‘New medical anthropology’, in Fardon R. et al. (eds.)’, The SAGE handbook of social anthropology, pp. 353-364
Evans,C, Jana,S., Lambert H. 2010, 'What makes a structural intervention? Reducing vulnerability to HIV in community settings, with particular reference to sex work', Global Public Health, 5(5), (pp. 449-461). ISSN: 1744-1692
Lambert, H. 2009, Evidentiary truths? The evidence of anthropology through the anthropology of medical evidence Anthropology Today, 25(1), p. 16 - 20
Langford, RM & Panter-Brick, 2013, ‘A health equity critique of social marketing: Where interventions have impact but insufficient reach’. Social Science & Medicine, vol 83., pp. 133-141
Audrey, S & Langford, RM 2013, ‘Dying to get out: young drivers, safety and social inequity’. Injury Prevention.
Cabral, C, Lucas, PJ, Ingram, JC, Hay, AD & Horwood, JP 2015, ‘“It’s safer to ...” Parent consulting and clinician antibiotic prescribing decisions for children with respiratory tract infections: an analysis across four qualitative studies.’. Social Science & Medicine, vol 136-137., pp. 156-164
Blell, MT (2015) "Menopausal symptoms among British Pakistani women: a critique of the standard checklist approach." Menopause 22.1: 79-87.