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The use of plastinated prosections for teaching anatomy—The view of medical students on the value of this learning resource
BH Fruhstorfer, J Palmer, S Brydges, PH Abrahams
Clinical Anatomy 24 (2), 246-252, 2011
1572011
The Warwick Patient Experiences Framework: patient-based evidence in clinical guidelines
S Staniszewska, F Boardman, L Gunn, J Roberts, D Clay, K Seers, J Brett, ...
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 26 (2), 151-157, 2014
1142014
Seeing and knowing Ultrasound images in the contemporary abortion debate
J Palmer
Feminist Theory 10 (2), 173-189, 2009
932009
The Visualised Foetus A Cultural and Political Analysis of Ultrasound Imagery
J Roberts
Ashgate, 2012
78*2012
‘Wakey wakey baby’: narrating four‐dimensional (4D) bonding scans
J Roberts
Sociology of health & illness 34 (2), 299-314, 2012
762012
The provision of emotional labour by health care assistants caring for dying cancer patients in the community: A qualitative study into the experiences of health care …
M Lovatt, V Nanton, J Roberts, C Ingleton, B Noble, E Pitt, K Seers, ...
International journal of nursing studies 52 (1), 271-279, 2015
662015
Screening for breast cancer: Medicalization, visualization and the embodied experience
F Griffiths, G Bendelow, E Green, J Palmer
Health: 14 (6), 653-668, 2010
622010
the placental body in 4D: everyday practices of non-diagnostic sonography
J Palmer
Feminist Review 93 (1), 64-80, 2009
402009
Why do women seek ultrasound scans from commercial providers during pregnancy?
J Roberts, F Griffiths, A Verran
Sociology of Health and Illness 37 (4), 2015
362015
Ultrasound as a technology of reassurance? How pregnant women and health care professionals articulate ultrasound reassurance and its limitations
GM Thomas, J Roberts, FE Griffiths
Sociology of health & illness 39 (6), 893-907, 2017
342017
Seeing the baby, doing family: commercial ultrasound as family practice?
J Roberts, F Griffiths, A Verran
Sociology 51 (3), 527-542, 2017
262017
Quantitative insights into televised birth: a content analysis of One Born Every Minute
S DeBenedictis, C Johnson, J Roberts, H Spiby
Critical Studies in Media Communication, 2018
252018
“Babies come when they are ready”: Women’s experiences of resisting the medicalisation of prolonged pregnancy
J Roberts, D Walsh
Feminism & Psychology, 2018
222018
A qualitative study of midwives’ perceptions on using video-calling in early labour
H Spiby, MA Faucher, G Sands, J Roberts, H Kennedy
Birth, 2018
202018
Birth plans: a narrative review of the literature
B Divall, H Spiby, J Roberts, D Walsh
International Journal of Childbirth 6 (3), 157-172, 2016
162016
Love birth, hate One Born Every Minute? Birth community discourses around televised childbirth
J Roberts, S De Benedictis, H Spiby
Midwifery, Childbirth and the Media, 7-22, 2017
142017
Childbirth on television: a scoping review and recommendations for further research
J Roberts, S De Benedictis
Feminist Media Studies 21 (2), 248-264, 2021
112021
‘The calm before the storm’: A qualitative study of fathers’ experiences of early labour
J Roberts, H Spiby
Women and Birth 33 (5), 490-495, 2020
92020
Women's information needs, decision-making and experiences of membrane sweeping to promote spontaneous labour
J Roberts, K Evans, H Spiby, C Evans, P Pallotti, J Eldridge
Midwifery 83, 102626, 2020
92020
The technofetus as citizen: the impact of three-dimensional ultrasound
J Palmer
P. Lang, 2008
52008
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