(from undergraduate Research Assistantships)

Peer support groups for parent-carers of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: the importance of solidarity as care

We conclude that peer support groups can offer new and vital possibilities, re-situating participants from individualised positions of burden, isolation and social exclusion to confident, positive, active connectedness, by means of an affective and effective relational process we call ‘solidarity-as-care’.

Building Spaces for Controversial Public Engagement – Exploring and Challenging Democratic Deficits in NHS Marketization

The Brighton Citizen's Health Services Survey (BCHSS) was developed to explore and potentially challenge how knowledge is used and by whom in the production of local health commissioning institutions and relations. Through the creation of an …