Rebecca dimond
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Social and ethical issues in mitochondrial donation
R Dimond
British medical bulletin 115 (1), 173, 2015
Mobile learning devices in the workplace:‘as much a part of the junior doctors’ kit as a stethoscope’?
R Dimond, A Bullock, J Lovatt, M Stacey
BMC medical education 16 (1), 1-9, 2016
How a mobile app supports the learning and practice of newly qualified doctors in the UK: an intervention study
A Bullock, R Dimond, K Webb, J Lovatt, W Hardyman, M Stacey
BMC medical education 15 (1), 1-6, 2015
Share and protect our health data: an evidence based approach to rare disease patients’ perspectives on data sharing and data protection-quantitative survey and recommendations
S Courbier, R Dimond, V Bros-Facer
Orphanet journal of rare diseases 14, 1-15, 2019
Communicating about haemophilia within the family: the importance of context and of experience
M Gregory, P Boddington, R Dimond, P Atkinson, A Clarke, P Collins
Haemophilia 13 (2), 189-198, 2007
Legalising mitochondrial donation: enacting ethical futures in UK biomedical politics
R Dimond, N Stephens
Springer, 2018
What binds biosociality? The collective effervescence of the parent-led conference
R Dimond, A Bartlett, J Lewis
Social Science & Medicine 126, 1-8, 2015
Closure of a human tissue biobank: individual, institutional, and field expectations during cycles of promise and disappointment
N Stephens, R Dimond
New genetics and society 34 (4), 417-436, 2015
Three persons, three genetic contributors, three parents: Mitochondrial donation, genetic parenting and the immutable grammar of the ‘three x x’
R Dimond, N Stephens
Health 22 (3), 240-258, 2018
Medical and scientific conferences as sites of sociological interest: a review of the field
S González‐Santos, R Dimond
Sociology Compass 9 (3), 235-245, 2015
Mitochondrial donation, patient engagement and narratives of hope
C Herbrand, R Dimond
Sociology of Health & Illness 40 (4), 623-638, 2018
Negotiating identity at the intersection of paediatric and genetic medicine: the parent as facilitator, narrator and patient
R Dimond
Sociology of health & illness 36 (1), 1-14, 2014
Narrating the first “three-parent baby”: The initial press reactions from the United Kingdom, the United States, and Mexico
SP González Santos, N Stephens, R Dimond
Science Communication 40 (4), 419-441, 2018
Can a mobile app improve the quality of patient care provided by trainee doctors? Analysis of trainees’ case reports
K Webb, A Bullock, R Dimond, M Stacey
BMJ open 6 (9), e013075, 2016
Unexpected tissue and the biobank that closed: an exploration of value and the momentariness of bio-objectification processes
N Stephens, R Dimond
Life Sciences, Society and Policy 11 (1), 1-15, 2015
Patient and family trajectories of mitochondrial disease: diversity, uncertainty and genetic risk
R Dimond
Life Sciences, Society and Policy 9 (1), 2, 2013
Techniques of Donation:'Three Parents' Anonymity and Disclosure
R Dimond
JMLE, Journal of Medical Law and Ethics 3, 165, 2015
Debating CRISPR/cas9 and mitochondrial donation: Continuity and transition performances at scientific conferences
N Stephens, R Dimond
Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 2, 312-321, 2016
Negotiating blame and responsibility in the context of a “de novo” mutation
R Dimond
New Genetics and Society 33 (2), 149-166, 2014
“Yeah that made a big difference!”: The importance of the relationship between health professionals and fathers who have a child with Down syndrome
F Docherty, R Dimond
Journal of genetic counseling 27, 665-674, 2018
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