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Narrative as re-fusion: making sense and value from sickle cell and thalassaemia trait
The moral turn within sociology suggests we need to be attentive to values and have a rapprochement with philosophy. The study of illness narratives is one area of sociology that has consistently addressed itself to moral ...
Silent Voices: Exploring narratives of women's experiences of health care professional responses to domestic violence and abuse
(Journal of Medical Humanities, 2019)
The impact of domestic violence and abuse (DVA) is far reaching not least in terms of both the immediate and longer term physical and mental wellbeing of those who have experienced abuse. DVA also exerts a considerable ...
'Post antibiotic apocalypse': discourses of mutation in narratives of MRSA.
(Blackwell Wiley, 2009)
In this paper we will consider the question of mutation as it is manifested in press coverage of MRSA in UK hospitals. This represents a fertile field of discourse which brings into focus issues relating to microbes, people ...
Who chooses to be a nurse, and why? A narrative study
(Royal College of Nursing Publishing, 2014-01-30)
Over the past 30 years, as the type and number of healthcare services have changed, the role of the learning disability nurse has evolved. The numbers of learning disability nurses being trained and subsequently registered ...