Clare Williams
Clare Williams
Dean of Research; Professor of Medical Sociology, Brunel University
Bekræftet mail på brunel.ac.uk
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Doing health, doing gender: teenagers, diabetes and asthma
C Williams
Social science & medicine 50 (3), 387-396, 2000
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Forecasting science futures: Legitimising hope and calming fears in the embryo stem cell debate
J Kitzinger, C Williams
Social Science & Medicine 61 (3), 731-740, 2005
1612005
Forecasting science futures: Legitimising hope and calming fears in the embryo stem cell debate
J Kitzinger, C Williams
Social Science & Medicine 61 (3), 731-740, 2005
1612005
Women as moral pioneers? Experiences of first trimester antenatal screening
C Williams, J Sandall, G Lewando-Hundt, B Heyman, K Spencer, ...
Social science & medicine 61 (9), 1983-1992, 2005
1562005
Is nondirectiveness possible within the context of antenatal screening and testing?
C Williams, P Alderson, B Farsides
Social science & medicine 54 (3), 339-347, 2002
1552002
Ethical boundary‐work in the embryonic stem cell laboratory
SP Wainwright, C Williams, M Michael, B Farsides, A Cribb
Sociology of health & illness 28 (6), 732-748, 2006
1412006
Fractured identities: injury and the balletic body
SP Wainwright, C Williams, BS Turner
Health: 9 (1), 49-66, 2005
1402005
Envisaging the embryo in stem cell research: rhetorical strategies and media reporting of the ethical debates
C Williams, J Kitzinger, L Henderson
Sociology of Health & Illness 25 (7), 793-814, 2003
1262003
Varieties of habitus and the embodiment of ballet
SP Wainwright, C Williams, BS Turner
Qualitative research 6 (4), 535-558, 2006
1242006
From bench to bedside? Biomedical scientists’ expectations of stem cell science as a future therapy for diabetes
SP Wainwright, C Williams, M Michael, B Farsides, A Cribb
Social science & medicine 63 (8), 2052-2064, 2006
1112006
Framing the fetus in medical work: rituals and practices
C Williams
Social Science & Medicine 60 (9), 2085-2095, 2005
1012005
Too many choices? Hospital and community staff reflect on the future of prenatal screening
C Williams, P Alderson, B Farsides
Social Science & Medicine 55 (5), 743-753, 2002
842002
What constitutes ‘balanced information in the practitioners’ portrayals of Down's syndrome?
C Williams, P Alderson, B Farsides
Midwifery 18 (3), 230-237, 2002
802002
Gender, adolescence and the management of diabetes
C Williams
Journal of Advanced Nursing 30 (5), 1160-1166, 1999
801999
On being at higher risk: a qualitative study of prenatal screening for chromosomal anomalies
B Heyman, G Hundt, J Sandall, K Spencer, C Williams, R Grellier, L Pitson
Social science & medicine 62 (10), 2360-2372, 2006
692006
Dilemmas in fetal medicine: premature application of technology or responding to women's choice?
C Williams
Sociology of health & illness 28 (1), 1-20, 2006
682006
Alert assistants in managing chronic illness: the case of mothers and teenage sons
C Williams
Sociology of Health & Illness 22 (2), 254-272, 2000
622000
A surgical career? The views of junior women doctors
C Williams, P Cantillon
Medical education 34 (8), 602-607, 2000
602000
Choosing embryos: ethical complexity and relational autonomy in staff accounts of PGD
K Ehrich, C Williams, B Farsides, J Sandall, R Scott
Sociology of Health & Illness 29 (7), 1091-1106, 2007
552007
Social welfare, genetic welfare? Boundary-work in the IVF/PGD clinic
K Ehrich, C Williams, R Scott, J Sandall, B Farsides
Social science & medicine 63 (5), 1213-1224, 2006
552006
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