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School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health

Staff Profiles

Dr Sally Brown - all publications

Books: reviews

Conference papers

  • Brown, S (2013), Family influences on teenage pregnancy and parenting: the social context of becoming a young parent, British Sociological Association. London, UK.
  • Shoveller, J & Brown, S (2012), Risk, resistance and the neo-liberal agenda: young people, health and wellbeing in the UK, Canada and Australia, British Sociological Association. Leeds, UK.
  • Brown, S (2012), The influence of families and communities on teenage pregnancy and parenting: the social context of becoming a young parent, European Society for Health and Medical Sociology. Hannover, Germany.
  • Brown, S (2011), “They think it’s all up to the girls” gender, risk and responsibility for contraception, BSA Medical Sociology Group. University of Chester.
  • Brown, S. (2011), “They think it’s all up to the girls” gender, risk and responsibility for contraception, Society for Academic Primary Care. Bristol, England.
  • Brown, S (2011), Decision-making processes, teenage pregnancy and teenage parenthood: the influence of multi-generation households, North American Primary Care Research Group. Banff, Canada.
  • Brown, S. , Henderson, E. , Howse J. & Rubin, G. (2011), User views of single number access to urgent care, Society for Academic Primary Care. Bristol, England.
  • Brown, S. (2009), "They think it's all up to the girls": Gender and responsibility for contraception, Qualitative Health Research Conference. Vancouver, Canada.
  • Brown, S. & Guthrie, K. (2009), “It won’t happen to me": Factors underlying unintended conceptions in young women in Hull, Faculty of Sexual Health and Reproductive Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting,. Edinburgh, Scotland.
  • Thornton Jones, H., Campion, P. & Brown, S. (2009), Hard to reach and hard to hear: determining the health and social needs of asylum seekers and refugees in Hull, UK, Designing for Quality: 26th International Conference, International Society for Quality in Health Care. Dublin, Ireland.
  • Wood, M. & Brown, S. (2009), Lines of Flight: Everyday existence along England's backbone, 25th EGOS Colloquium (European Group for Organisation Studies). Barcelona, Spain.
  • Brown, S, Mannion, R & Beck, M (2009), The Application of DICTION to Qualitative Content Research in Health Service Management, Advances in Qualitative Methodology. Vancouver, Canada.
  • McMurray, R & Brown, S. (2009), The beauty of ideas, deep learning and student engagement, Annual Learning and Teaching Conference: Critical thinking and academic skills. University of York.
  • Brown, S. (2008), "It won't happen to me": Factors underlying unintended conceptions in young women, British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference. University of Brighton.
  • Brown, S. (2008), Factors underlying unintended conceptions in young women in an area of high social deprivation in the UK, 14th International Qualitative Health Research Conference. University of Alberta, Banff, Canada.
  • Fitzsimmons, DA., Beck, M., Toms, S., Brown, S., Mannion, R. & Lunt, N. (2008), UpLIFTIng PFI: does LIFT improve public-private procurement?, UK Systems Society International Conference. Oxford University..
  • Fitsimmons, DA., Brown, S. & Beck, M. (2008), UpLIFTIng PFI: does LIFT improve risk management in public-private procurement?, Public Administration Committee Annual Conference 2008. University of York.
  • Brown, S. (2002), Local Research In Men's Health and Establishing Local Networks in Men's Health, Wolds Research Network Annual Conference. Scunthorpe.
  • Brown, S. (2001), Men, Lifestyle, and Health: What Do Men Think About Health and Behaviour?, National Men's and Boy's Health Conference. University of Western Sydney, Australia.
  • Brown, S. (2001), Promoting Health to Men: What Can the UK Learn From the Australian Approach?, Wolds Research Network. Hull.
  • Brown, S. (2001), Promoting Health To Men: What Does The Audience Think?, Medical Sociology Group conference. York.
  • Brown, S. (2000), I'm Doing Alright For My Age: Male Perceptions of Health and the Lifecourse, Medical Sociology Group conference. York.
  • Brown, S. (2000), What Makes Men Talk About Health?, International Qualitative Health Research conference. Banff, Alberta, Canada.
  • Brown, S. (1999), Getting Back to Normal: Perceptions of Recovery after Heart Attack, Medical Sociology Group conference. York.
  • Brown, S. (1997), Health Beliefs, Health Needs, and the Health of the Nation, Social Policy Association conference. Lincoln.
  • Brown, S. & Fitzsimons, A. (1996), Comunity Care Policy and the Role of Women, Sociological Association of Ireland conference. Dundalk, Ireland.
  • Brown, S. & Fitzsimons, A. (1995), Community Care and the Changing Role of Women, Medical Sociology Group conference. York.
  • Brown, S (1994), Assessing Public opinion on Investment in Health Services, Medical Sociology Group. York, England.
  • Brown, S (1994), Obtaining the Views of the Public on Funding Subfertility Services, European Society of Medical Sociology. Vienna, Austria.
  • Brown, S.R. (1993), Community Care for Elderly People: The Role of the Public Health Nurse in the Republic of Ireland, Medical Sociology Group conference. York.

Departmental working papers

Journal papers: academic

Journal papers: professional

  • Brown S & Guthrie K (2011). Misconceptions, myths and reality: young women and contraception. Primary Care Women's Health Journal 3(1).

Reports: official