Alexandra Hillman
Alexandra Hillman
Associate Professor, Swansea University
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Power, agency and participatory agendas: A critical exploration of young people’s engagement in participative qualitative research
S Holland, E Renold, NJ Ross, A Hillman
Childhood 17 (3), 360-375, 2010
Moving stories: Using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care
NJ Ross, E Renold, S Holland, A Hillman
Qualitative Research 9 (5), 605-623, 2009
Becoming Participant' ProblematizingInformed Consent'in Participatory Research with Young People in Care
E Renold, S Holland, NJ Ross, A Hillman
Qualitative Social Work 7 (4), 427-447, 2008
Dignity in Practice: An exploration of the care of older adults in acute NHS Trusts
W Tadd, A Hillman, S Calnan, M Calnan, T Bayer, S Read
NIHR SDO report, 2011
Right place‐wrong person: dignity in the acute care of older people
W Tadd, A Hillman, S Calnan, M Calnan, T Bayer, S Read
Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 2011
‘I often worry about the older person being in that system’: exploring the key influences on the provision of dignified care for older people in acute hospitals
M Calnan, W Tadd, S Calnan, A Hillman, S Read, A Bayer
Ageing & Society 33 (3), 465-485, 2013
‘Why must I wait?’The performance of legitimacy in a hospital emergency department
A Hillman
Sociology of Health & Illness 36 (4), 485-499, 2014
Risk, governance and the experience of care
A Hillman, W Tadd, S Calnan, M Calnan, A Bayer, S Read
Sociology of Health & Illness 35 (6), 939-955, 2013
Cultural representations of dementia
A Hillman, J Latimer
PLoS Medicine 14 (3), e1002274, 2017
Rights,'right on'or the right thing to do? A critical exploration of young people's engagement in participative social work research
S Holland, E Renold, N Ross, A Hillman
ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, 2008
Ordering, enrolling, and dismissing: moments of access across hospital spaces
P White, A Hillman, J Latimer
Space and Culture 15 (1), 68-87, 2012
A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of “living well” with dementia: Findings from the ideal study.
L Clare, YT Wu, IR Jones, CR Victor, SM Nelis, A Martyr, C Quinn, ...
Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, 2019
The everyday lives of children in care: using a sociological perspective to inform social work practice
S Holland, E Renold, N Ross, A Hillman
ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, 2008
Protocol for the IDEAL-2 longitudinal study: following the experiences of people with dementia and their primary carers to understand what contributes to living well with …
B Silarova, SM Nelis, RM Ashworth, C Ballard, M Bieńkiewicz, ...
BMC Public Health 18 (1), 1-15, 2018
A comprehensive model of factors associated with capability to “live well” for family caregivers of people living with mild-to-moderate dementia: findings from the IDEAL study
L Clare, YT Wu, C Quinn, IR Jones, CR Victor, SM Nelis, A Martyr, ...
Alzheimer disease and associated disorders 33 (1), 29, 2019
From right place-wrong person, to right place-right person: Dignified care for older people
W Tadd, A Hillman, M Calnan, S Calnan, S Read, A Bayer
Journal of health services research & policy 17 (2_suppl), 30-36, 2012
Dualities of dementia illness narratives and their role in a narrative economy
A Hillman, IR Jones, C Quinn, S M. Nelis, L Clare
Sociology of Health & Illness 40 (5), 874-891, 2018
Institutions of care, moral proximity and demoralisation: The case of the emergency department
A Hillman
Social Theory & Health 14, 66-87, 2016
Impact of COVID-19 on ‘living well’with mild-to-moderate dementia in the community: Findings from the IDEAL cohort
L Clare, A Martyr, LD Gamble, C Pentecost, R Collins, E Dawson, A Hunt, ...
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 85 (2), 925-940, 2022
Fear and anxiety: Affects, emotions and care practices in the memory clinic
J Swallow, A Hillman
Social Studies of Science 49 (2), 227-244, 2019
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