Selected publications this year (2017) 

Phil Withington published ‘The Invention of Happiness’ in Jo Innes and Michael Braddick, eds., Suffering and Happiness in Early Modern England (Oxford, 2017).

‘Implicit trust in clinical decision making in multi-disciplinary teams’ an article on the use of images in clinical settings by Annamaria Carusi and Sophe van Baalen, will be published in Synthese later this year; while the article ‘Merleau-Ponty and the Measuring Body’, written by Annamaria Carusi and Aud Sissel Hoel, was published in Theory, Culture and Society.

Chris Millard has  published on self-harm in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (co-written with psychiatrist Dennis Ougrin); on Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy in The Atlantic; and on diagnosis and history in Social History of Medicine

With BMedSci student Julie Goddard, fellow MHS member, Brendan Stone and members of the Pulmonary Hypertension Unit, Ian Sabroe published an article on how creative writing and narrative analysis can deliver new insights in the patient experience of pulmonary hypertenstion, in BMJ Open Respiratory Research.

Students in the Shame and Stigma Network have been presenting their research at national and international conferences: for an updated list see Kate Adkins, Greg Rawlings, and Ryosuke Yokoe.

Andrew Thompson has published several papers on the psychological aspects of skin conditions, including an article in the British Journal of Dermatology that uses an interpretive phenomenological approach.