Base: Oxford University and The Dipex Charity.
Hinton, L., Locock, L., Long, A-M., & Knight, M. 2018. What can make things better for parents when babies need abdominal surgery in their first year of life? : A qualitative interview study in the UK, BMJ Open , vol 8 , e020921 .
Hinton, L., Tucker, K. L., Greenfield, S.M., Hodgkinson, J.A., Mackillop, L., McCourt, C., Carver, T., Crawford, C., Glogowska, M., Locock, L., Selwood, M., Taylor, K.S., McManus, R.J. 2017. Blood pressure self-monitoring in pregnancy (BuMP) feasibility study; a qualitative analysis of women’s experiences of self-monitoring. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. 17:427.
McNiven, A. 2018. ‘Disease, illness, affliction? Don’t know’: Ambivalence and ambiguity in the narratives of young people about having acne. Health.
Boylan, A.M.R., Locock, L., Machin, L. 2018. From waste product to blood, brains and narratives: Developing a pluralist sociology of contributions to health research. Sociology of Health & Illness.
Stepney, M, Kirkpatrick, S, Locock, L, Prinjha, S, Ryan, S. 2018. ‘A licence to drive? Neurological illness, loss and disruption.’ Sociology of Health and Illness.
Kirkpatrick, S., Locock, L., Farre, A., Ryan, S., Salisbury, H., McDonagh, J.E. 2018. Untimely illness: When diagnosis does not match age-related expectations. Health Expectations 2018 (1-11)