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Professor Tiago Moreira - all publications
Boliver, V, Gorard, S, Powell, M & Moreira, T (2020). The use of access thresholds to widen participation at Scottish universities. Scottish Affairs 29(1): 82-97.
Moreira, Tiago (2019). Anticipatory measure: Alex Comfort, experimental gerontology and the measurement of senescence. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 77: 101179.
Moreira, T. (2019). Devicing future populations: Problematizing the relationship between quantity and quality of life. Social Studies of Science 49(1): 118-137. Maldonado, OJ & Moreira, T. (2019).
Metrics in Global Health: Situated differences in the valuation of human life. Historical Social Research 44(2): 202-224. Moreira, T. (2016).
De-standardising ageing? Shifting regimes of age measurement. Ageing &Society 36(07): 1407-1433. Moreira, T. (2015).
Understanding the role of patient organisations in health technology assessment. Health expectations 18(6): 3349-3357. Moreira, T. (2015).
Unsettling Standards: the biological age controversy. The Sociological Quarterly 56(1): 18-39.
Moreira, T., O'Donovan, O. & Howlett, E. (2014). Assembling Dementia Care: Patient organisations and social research. BioSocieties 9(2): 173-193. Rabeharisoa, V.,
Moreira, T. & Akrich, M. (2014). Evidence-based activism: Patients' organisations, users' and activist's groups in knowledge. BioSocieties 9(2): 111-128. Moreira, T. (2014).
La démence, entre laboratoire et marché. Sciences Sociales et Santé 32(3): 69-98. Lassen, A.J. & Moreira, T. (2014).
Unmaking old age: Political and cognitive formats of active ageing. Journal of Aging Studies 30: 33-46. O'Donovan, O.,
Moreira, T. & Howlett, E. (2013). Tracking Transformations in Health Movement Organisations: Alzheimer's Disease Organisations and their Changing ‘Cause Regimes’. Social Movement Studies 12(3): 316-334. Moreira, T. (2012).
Health Care Standards and the Politics of Singularities: Shifting In and Out of Context. Science, Technology & Human Values 37(4): 307-331. Moreira, T. (2011).
Health care rationing in an age of uncertainty: a conceptual model. Social Science and Medicine 72(8): 1333-1341. Moreira, T. & Palladino, P. (2011).
Population laboratories’ or ‘laboratory populations’? Making sense of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, 1965–1987. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 42(3): 317.
Moreira, T. & Palladino, P. (2009). Ageing between gerontology and biomedicine. Biosocieties 4(4): 348-365.
Burges Watson, D, Moreira, T & Murtagh, MJ (2009). Little bottles and the promise of probiotics. Health: an Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 13 (2): 219-234
Moreira, T., May, C. & Bond, J. (2009). Regulatory objectivity in action: Mild cognitive impairment and the collective production of uncertainty. Social Studies of Science 39(5): 665-690.
Moreira, T. (2008). Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Machines and the work of coordinating technologies at home. Chronic Illness 4(2).
Moreira, T. & Bond, J. (2008). Does the prevention of brain ageing constitute anti-ageing medicine? Outline of a new space of representation for Alzheimer's Disease. Journal of Aging Studies 22(4): 356-365
Moreira, T. & Palladino, P. (2008). Squaring the curve: The Anatomo-politics of ageing, life and death. Body and Society 14(3): 21-47.
Moreira, T., Hughes, J., Kirkwood, T., May, C.R., McKeith, I. & Bond, J. (2008). What explains variations in the clinical use of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as a diagnostic category?. International Psychogeriatrics 20(4): 697-709
Moreira, T. (2007). Entangled Evidence: Knowledge making in systematic reviews in health care. Sociology of Health and Illness 29(2): 180-197. Moreira, T. (2007).
How to Investigate the Temporalities of Health. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research 8(1): Art 13. Wride, N., Finch, T, Rapley, T.,
Moreira, T., May, C.R. & Fraser, S. (2007). What's in a name. Medications terms, what they mean and how to use them. British Journal of Ophthalmology 91: 1422-1424.
Moreira, T, May, C, Mason, J & Eccles, M (2006). A new method of analysis enabled a better understanding of clinical practice guideline development processes. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL EPIDEMIOLOGY 59(11): 1199-1206.
Moreira, T. (2006). Heterogeneity and Coordination of Blood Pressure in Neurosurgery. Social Studies of Science 36(1): 69-97.
Moreira, T. (2006). Sleep, health and the dynamics of biomedicine. Social Science & Medicine 63(1): 54-63. May, C, Rapley, T.,
Moreira, T, Finch, T. & Heaven, B. (2006). Technogovernance: Evidence, subjectivity, and the clinical encounter in primary care medicine. Social Science and Medicine 62(4): 1022-1030.
Moreira, T. & Palladino, P. (2005). Between truth and Hope: Parkinson's Disease, Neural Transplants and the Self. History of the Human Sciences 18(3): 55-82.
Moreira, T. (2005). Diversity in Clinical Guidelines: The role of repertoires of Evaluation. Social Science & Medicine 60(9): 1975-1985. Moreira, T. (2004).
Coordination and Embodiment in the Operating Room. Body and Society 10(1): 109-129.
Moreira, Tiago (2004). Self, Agency and the Surgical Collective: detachment. Sociology of Health & Illness 26(1): 32-49. Moreira, T. (2004).
Surgical monads: a social topology of the operating room. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 22(1): 53-69. Moreira, T. (2000).
Translation, Difference and Ontological Fluidity: Cerebral Angiography and Neurosurgical Practice (1926-45). Social Studies of Science 30(3). Authored book Edited book Chapter in book
Moreira, T. (2014).
Risk, Uncertainty and Health. In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. Wiley Blackwell. 2083. Moreira, T. & Palladino, P. (2012). Questions of Life and Death: A Genealogy. In
Routledge Handbook of Body Studies. Turner, Bryan S. Routledge. 362-374.
Moreira, T. (2010). Actor-network theory. In Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Communication. Priest, S. New York: Sage.
Moreira, T. (2010). Now or later? Individual disease and care collectives in the memory clinic. In Care in Practice: On Tinkering in Clinics, Homes and Farms. Mol, Annemarie,, Moser, Ingunn, & Pols, Jeannette, Berline: Transcript Verlag. 119-140.
Moreira, T. (2010). Prologue: Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease: Health, Ageing and Justice. In Health, Promotion and Prevention Programmes in Practice. Mathar, Thomas, & Jansen, Yvonne J.F.M. Berlin: Transcript Verlag. 29-52.
Moreira, T. & Rapley, T. (2010). Understanding the shaping, incorporation and co-ordination of health technologies through qualitative research. In The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Health Research. Bourgeault, I,, DeVries, R. & Dingwall, R. London: Sage. 658-672. Moreira, T. (2010). When trials are not enough: clinical effectiveness vs. cost-effectiveness in the dementia drugs controversy (2005-08). In
Medical Proofs, Social Experiments: clinical trials in shifting contexts. Will, Catherine & Moreira, Tiago Farnam: Ashgate. 85-102.
Moreira, T. (2009). Hope and truth in drug development and evaluation in Alzheimer's Disease. In Treating Dementia: do we have a pill for it?. Ballenger, Jesse. Whitehouse, Peter. Lyketsos, Constantine. Rabins, Peter. & Karlawish, Jason. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 210-230.
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