The PhD Abstracts below were published in MSo Volumes 6, 7 & 8.

Heart Transplantation

Its Risks, the Expectations, and Cultural Negotiations in Japan
Dr Ikuko Tomomatsu, Queen Mary, University of London
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An ethnography of changes in the giving relationship

Dr Patricia Mahon-Daly, Bucks New University
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Chronic illness and self-management in primary care

Dr Lucy Moore, Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry


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Involvement in practice

An examination of the multiple influences on the construction of service user involvement in mental health care planning
Dr Sarah Robens, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry
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Care closer to home

What does it offer?
Dr Charlotte Overgaard, Aalborg University/King’s College, London
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Who joins a UK right to die society and why?

A study of members of Friends at the End (FATE)
Dr Marion Judd, Queen Mary University of London
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Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1)

Family Experiences and Healthcare Management of a Genetic Syndrome Characterised by a Highly Uncertain Phenotype
Dr Daniele Carrieri, University of Exeter
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Caring and working

A hermeneutic phenomenological study exploring the experiences of working-age male family carers
Dr Linda Birt, University of East Anglia
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Prison mental health: Context is crucial

A sociological exploration of male prisoners’ mental health and the provision of mental healthcare in a prison setting
Dr Melanie Jordan, University of Nottingham
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Young Adults' Discursive Constructions of Chronic Illness Experience

Accounts of Type 1 Diabetes and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
Benjamin Saunders, Ph.D., M.A, Cardiff University

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Abstracts are published here as provided by the author and in the order in which we receive them.