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Investigating the role of T cell signalling during HIV-1 cell-cell spread.
(Microbiology Society, 2020-03-31)
Where are our ancestors? Rethinking Trobriand cosmology
(The University of Chicago Press Journals, 2020)
Reincarnation has been a fundamental tenet of anthropologists’ representations of Trobriand cosmology since Bronislaw Malinowski published “Baloma; The spirits of the dead in the Trobriand Islands” in 1916. Yet, during ...
If care homes wore shoes: understanding the care home research environment from the perspective of residents, relatives and staff
(Dunhill Medical Trust, 2019-04-03)
Recruiting and supporting research participants is always challenging. Understanding how participants view the world and the difficulties and opportunities which research presents them with is important. When we started ...
Whatever Happened to Mrs Andrews?
Taken from blog Gordon, A. 2019 Dunhill Medical Trust - PEACH study The story of Mrs Andrew’s disastrous admission to acute hospital (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fj_9HG_TWEM) has become a staple of presenters who want ...
MESHGuide on COVID19: Schooling in a pandemic
The Routledge Companion to the Health Humanities
The health humanities is a rapidly rising field, advancing an inclusive, democratizing, activist, applied, critical, and culturally diverse approach to delivering health and well-being through the arts and humanities. It ...
The Truth About COVID-19: 4 Part Podcast Series
(MESHGuides and VoicED Radio, 2020-05)
Beyond Domestic Violence, Companion Animals and Independent Agency: Why as criminologists we need to converse beyond speciesism, towards an intersectional approach
This is Di Turgoose and Dr Ruth E. McKie’s 5th blog post in a series of 6 on pets and domestic abuse. This post focuses on the national reach of their work in the summer of 2019 at the ‘Hidden Victims’ panel of the British ...
Domestic Violence and Abuse, ‘Pets’ and Agency: A conversation we need to have and a call for action 2019
In this first blog in a series of six co-authors Di Turgoose and Dr Ruth E. McKie outline their recent (2019) work on pets/companion animals and domestic violence and abuse. In essence Ruth and Di have started a conversation ...
Non-Human Animals at the Intersection of Domestic Violence: The Call for anthropocentricism to GIVE WAY!
This is Dr Ruth E. McKie and Di Turgoose’s 6th blog in a series of 6 on their work on pets and domestic abuse. The focus of this blog in on the international reach of their work in the autumn of 2019 at the European ...