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Meet the gene machine: stimulating bioethical discussions at school (2008)
Journal Article
Streith, L., Bultitude, K., Burnet, F., & Wilkinson, C. (2008). Meet the gene machine: stimulating bioethical discussions at school. Science in School, Autumn(Issue), 34-38

Laura Strieth, Karen Bultitude, Frank Burnet and Clare Wilkinson use drama and debate to encourage young people to discuss genetics and what it means for us all. Why not join in?

"User involvement is a sine qua non, almost, in medical education": Learning with rather than just about health and social care service users (2007)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, C. E., Knight, L. V., Rees, C. E., Rees, C., Knight, L., & Wilkinson, C. (2007). "User involvement is a sine qua non, almost, in medical education": Learning with rather than just about health and social care service users. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 12(3), 359-390. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10459-006-9007-5

Despite the General Medical Council emphasising the value of service users to medical students' education, there is scant literature about service user involvement in medical education. Although some research has outlined the effectiveness of service... Read More about "User involvement is a sine qua non, almost, in medical education": Learning with rather than just about health and social care service users.

Doctors being up there and we being down here: A metaphorical analysis of talk about student/doctor-patient relationships (2007)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, C. E., Knight, L. V., Rees, C. E., Rees, C., Knight, L., & Wilkinson, C. (2007). Doctors being up there and we being down here: A metaphorical analysis of talk about student/doctor-patient relationships. Social Science and Medicine, 65(4), 725-737. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.03.044

This paper describes the metaphorical conceptualisations of student/doctor-patient relationships, as articulated by multiple stakeholders in healthcare. Eight focus group discussions with 19 patients, 13 medical students and 15 medical educators (com... Read More about Doctors being up there and we being down here: A metaphorical analysis of talk about student/doctor-patient relationships.

From uncertainty to risk?: Scientific and news media portrayals of nanoparticle safety (2007)
Journal Article
Wilkinson, C., Allan, S., Anderson, A., & Petersen, A. (2007). From uncertainty to risk?: Scientific and news media portrayals of nanoparticle safety. Health, Risk and Society, 9(2), 145-157. https://doi.org/10.1080/13698570701306823

This article examines how nanotechnology has been portrayed in the British newspaper press over an extended period (from April 1, 2003 to July 1, 2006) and the views of scientists involved in nanotechnology research and journalists who wrote news sto... Read More about From uncertainty to risk?: Scientific and news media portrayals of nanoparticle safety.

"From the heart of my bottom": Negotiating humor in focus group discussions (2007)
Journal Article
Knight, L. V., Rees, C. E., Wilkinson, C. E., Wilkinson, C., Rees, C., & Knight, L. (2007). "From the heart of my bottom": Negotiating humor in focus group discussions. Qualitative Health Research, 17(3), 411-422. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732306298375

Reporting and analyzing interactional data collected during focus groups can be a significant challenge for qualitative health researchers. In this article, the authors explore the use of humor among focus group participants as one area of interactio... Read More about "From the heart of my bottom": Negotiating humor in focus group discussions.

Nanotechnology in the news (2006)
Journal Article
Petersen, A., Anderson, A., Allan, S., & Wilkinson, C. (2006). Nanotechnology in the news

Nanotechnology has been the topic of intense media scrutiny over the last couple of years. From grey goo to body-repairing nanobots to space elevators and even to more down-to-earth applications such as targeted drug delivery and nanoelectronics, the... Read More about Nanotechnology in the news.

The framing of nanotechnologies in the British newspaper press (2005)
Journal Article
Anderson, A., Allan, S., Petersen, A., & Wilkinson, C. (2005). The framing of nanotechnologies in the British newspaper press. Science Communication, 27(2), 200-220. https://doi.org/10.1177/1075547005281472

This article investigates how developments in nanotechnology were framed in the British national newspaper press during a formative period in their rising public salience. Specifically, an intervention by Prince Charles in April 2003 is shown to have... Read More about The framing of nanotechnologies in the British newspaper press.

A fantastic voyage: the making of news on nano-medicine (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Petersen, A., Allan, S., Anderson, A., & Wilkinson, C. (2005, September). A fantastic voyage: the making of news on nano-medicine. Paper presented at BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, York, England

Framing environmental risk: UK press reporting on nanotechnology (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Anderson, A., Allan, S., Petersen, A., & Wilkinson, C. (2005, July). Framing environmental risk: UK press reporting on nanotechnology. Paper presented at International Sociological Association Conference on Environment, Knowledge and Democracy, Marseille, France