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In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir (2024)
Journal Article
Brännlund, E., Buser, M., Holt, N., Mytton, J., Fazli, A., Leeson, L., …Sinha, V. (2024). In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir. Childhood, 31(1), 48-66. https://doi.org/10.1177/09075682241226521

This paper focuses on art productions by children participating in an art-based wellbeing intervention project in Kashmir. Drawing on feminist security studies, we conducted narrative analysis to explore how children represent in/security. The locati... Read More about In/secure childhoods: Children and conflict in Kashmir.

Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital (2023)
Journal Article
Deering, K., Wagstaff, C., Williams, J., Bermingham, I., & Pawson, C. (2024). Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 33(2), 420-430. https://doi.org/10.1111/inm.13245

Risk management which assesses and mitigates risks such as suicide and violence is under scrutiny, particularly within psychiatric inpatient settings. Restrictive practices, which result from risk assessment, such as observations, physical restraint... Read More about Ontological insecurity of inattentiveness: Conceptualizing how risk management practices impact on patient recovery when admitted to an acute psychiatric hospital.

Supporting families to adjust following a dementia diagnosis: Adapting the LivDem intervention (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Woodstoke, N., Winter, B., Cheston, R., & Dodd, E. (2023, October). Supporting families to adjust following a dementia diagnosis: Adapting the LivDem intervention. Presented at The 33rd Alzheimer Europe Conference, Helsinki

“Everyone says that thinking about death is unthinkable. But I think dementia is a bit unthinkable too. How can you think about losing your mind?”​ ​ A reflexive thematic analysis of adapting the LivDem model of talking about dementia for couples a... Read More about Supporting families to adjust following a dementia diagnosis: Adapting the LivDem intervention.