Anthropology of Health Members
Ms Denise Crane
Denise graduated from Durham University in 2008 with a BSc in Human Sciences (Biological Anthropology). Denise received a 1+3 MRC/ESRC interdisciplinary studentship award and in September 2009 completed a MA in Anthropological Research Methods. Denise is currently undertaking her PhD research into infant care practices and unexpected infant death in the multi-cultural urban population of Bradford.
Medical Anthropology Research Group
- Crane, Denise, Henderson, Emily J. & Chadwick, David R. (2017). Exploring the acceptability of a ‘limited patient consent procedure’ for a proposed blood-borne virus screening programme: a Delphi consensus building technique. BMJ Open 7(5): e015373.