Saime Ozcurumez, Selin Akyuz & Hannah Bradby.‘The Conceptualization problem in research and responses to sexual and gender-based violence in forced migration’. Journal of Gender Studies.
Hannah Bradby, Antje Lindenmeyer, Jenny Phillimore, Beatriz Padilla & Tilman Brand. ‘“If there were doctors who could understand our problems, I would already be better”: dissatisfactory health care and marginalisation in superdiverse neighbourhoods’. Sociology of Health and Illness 20 (20) 1–19
Ahlberg, B.M., Hamed, S., Thapar-Björkert, S., Bradby, H. ‘Invisibility of Racism in the Global Neoliberal Era: Implications for Researching Racism in Healthcare’. Frontiers in Sociology. 4
Phillimore, J., Brand, T., Bradby, H., Padilla, B. ‘Healthcare bricolage in Europe’s superdiverse neighbourhoods: a mixed methods study’. BMC Public Health. 19, 1325
Hannah Bradby, Jenny Phillimore, Beatriz Padilla and Tilman Brand. ‘Making Gendered Healthcare Work Visible: Over-Looked Labour in Four Diverse European Settings’. Social Inclusion. 7 (2) 33-43
Hannah Bradby, Suruchi Thapar Björkert, Sarah Hamed and Beth Maina Ahlberg. ‘Undoing the unspeakable: researching racism in Swedish healthcare using a participatory process’. BMC Health Research Policy and Systems. 17 (43)
Jenny Phillimore, Hannah Bradby, Tillman Brand. ‘Superdiversity, population health and health care: opportunities and challenges in a changing world’. Public Health, Special issue on Migration, Ethnicity, Race and Health. 172, 93–98
Erika Willander, Hannah Bradby Sandra Torres and Pernilla Jonsson. ‘Conditions for Religious Pluralism in Swedish Hospital Chaplaincy: A Research Note’. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy.
Simon Pemberton, Jenny Phillimore, Hannah Bradby, Beatriz Padilla, Jessica Lopes, Silja Samerski, Rachel Humphris. ‘Access to healthcare in superdiverse neighbourhoods’. Health & Place. [local copy]
Jenny Phillimore, Hannah Bradby, Lucy Doos, Beatriz Padilla, Silja Samerski. ‘Health providers as bricoleurs: An examination of the adaption of health ecosystems to superdiversity in Europe’. Journal of European Social Policy. [local copy]
Hannah Bradby, Rachel Humphris & Beatriz Padilla. ‘Universalism, diversity and norms: gratitude, healthcare and welfare chauvinism Critical Public Health.
Sarah Hamed, Sonja Klingberg, Amina Jama Mahmud and Hannah Bradby. ‘Researching health in diverse neighbourhoods: critical reflection on the use of a community research model in Uppsala, Sweden’. BMC Research Notes.
Jenny Phillimore, Hannah Bradby, Simon Pemberton, Beatriz Padilla, Michi Knecht. ‘Bricolage as a conceptual tool for understanding access to healthcare in superdiverse populations’. Social Theory and Health (alternative link)
Helen Roberts, Hannah Bradby et al. ‘Moving on: transitions out of care for learning disabled young people in England and Sweden’. British Journal of Learning Disabilities.
Hannah Bradby, Kristin Liabo, Anne Ingold and Helen Roberts. ‘Visibility, resilience, vulnerability in young migrants’. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. [local copy]
Hannah Bradby, Gill Green, Charlie Davison and Kristine Krause. ‘Is superdiversity a useful concept in health research?’ Frontiers in Sociology 20 January
Helen Roberts, Hannah Bradby, Grazia Manzotti, David Reeves, Anne Ingold, Kristin Liabo. ‘Moving on: multiple transitions for unaccompanied hild migrants leaving care in England and Sweden.’ International Journal of Social Science Studies 8 (9) September (alternative link)
Hannah Bradby, ‘Research Agenda in Medical Sociology’. Frontiers in Sociology 20 October
Jenny Phillimore, Hannah Bradby, Michi Knecht, Beatriz Padilla, Tilman Brand, Sin Yi Cheung, Simon Pemberton, Hajo Zeeb. ‘Understanding healthcare practices in superdiverse neighbourhoods and developing the concept of welfare bricolage. Protocol of a cross-national mixed-methods study’. BMC International Health and Human Rights 15:16
Gill Green, Charlie Davison, Hannah Bradby et al. ‘Pathways to care — how Superdiversity shapes the need for navigational assistance’. Sociology of Health and Illness 36 (8) 1205-1219.
Hannah Bradby. International medical migration: a critical conceptual review of the global movements of doctors and nurses. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine 18(6): 580-596
Hannah Bradby, Charlotte Kenten, Sarah Deedat & Myfanwy Morgan ‘Having a different conversation around death’: diverse hospital chaplains' views on end-of-life care. Ethnicity & Health 18(6): 530-543.
Hannah Bradby. A review of research and policy documents on the international migration of physicians and nurses, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity Working Paper Series, WP 13-07, ISSN 2192-2357
Hannah Bradby. ‘Ethnicity and health: The costs and benefits of conceptualising racism and ethnicity.’ Social Science & Medicine. 75(6): 955-958. [local copy]
Hannah Bradby, Janet Hargreaves and Mary Robson ‘Story in health and social care.’ Health Care Analysis 17 (4): 331-344.
Hannah Bradby. ‘Feminism and the sociology of gender, health and illness.’ Editorial, Virtual special edition, Sociology of Health and Illness
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Waqar Ahmad and Hannah Bradby ‘Ethnicity and Health: Key Themes in a Developing Field.’ Current Sociology Jan 56 (1): 47-56.
Hannah Bradby, Maya Varyani, Helen Minnis et al ‘British Asian families and the use of child and adolescent mental health services: a qualitative study of a hard to reach group.’ Social Science & Medicine 65 (12): 2413-2424.
Waqar Ahmad and Hannah Bradby ‘Locating ethnicity and health: exploring concepts and contexts.’ Sociology of Health and Illness 29 (6): 795–810.
“ ‘Watch out for the Aunties.’ Young British Asians’ accounts of identity and substance use.” Sociology of Health and Illness 29 (5): 656–672.
Hannah Bradby and Rory Williams. ‘Is religion or culture the key feature in changes in substance use after leaving school? Asians and non-Asians in Glasgow.’ Ethnicity and Health 11 (3): 307-324.
Gill Green, Hannah Bradby, Anita Chan, Maggie Lee. “ ‘We are not completely Westernised’: dual medical systems and pathways to health care among Chinese migrant women in England.” Social Science & Medicine 62 (6) March: 1498-1509.
Annie S Anderson, Helen Bush, M E J Lean, Hannah Bradby, et al. ‘Evolution of atherogenic diets in South Asian and Italian women after migration to a higher risk region.’ Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 18 (1): 33-43.
‘Describing ethnicity in health research.’ Ethnicity and Health 8 (1): 5-13.
Helen Minnis, Eileen Kelly, Hannah Bradby, Rachel Oglethorpe, Wendy Raine and Deborah Cockburn. ‘The use of Child Psychiatry by South Asian families in South Glasgow’ Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 8 (2): 179-186.
Maggy Lee, Anita Chan, Gill Green and Hannah Bradby ‘Chinese migrant women and families in Britain’ Women’s Studies International Forum 25 (6): 607-618.
“ ‘Over the top and glamorous’: The meaning of the marriage meal among Glasgow Punjabis.” Food and Foodwaysp3): 111-136.
‘Translating culture and language: a research note on multilingual settings.’ Sociology of Health and Illness 24 (6): 842-855.
Gill Green, Hannah Bradby et al. ‘Equity and culture: Is the NHS failing to meet the needs of mentally distressed Chinese origin women in England?’ Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 7 (4): 216-221.
MEJ Lean, TS Han, H Bush, AS Anderson, H Bradby and R Williams ‘Ethnic differences in anthropometric and lifestyle measures related to coronary heart disease risk between South Asian, Italian and general population British women living in the west of Scotland.’ International Journal of Obesity 25: 1800-1805.
Hannah Bradby and Rory Williams. ‘Behaviour and expectations in relation to sexual intercourse among 18-20 year old Asians and non-Asians.’ Sexually Transmitted Infections 75: 162-167.
Helen Bush, Rory Williams, Hannah Bradby et al. ‘Family hospitality and ethnic tradition among South Asian, Italian and general population women in the West of Scotland.’ Sociology of Health and Illness 20, 3: 351-380.
Hannah Bradby, Jon Gabe, Mike Bury. ‘Dirty Docs and Busty Blondes: Press coverage of professional misconduct cases brought before the General Medical Council.’ Sociology of Health and Illness 17 (4): 458-476.
‘Ethnicity: not a black and white issue, a research note.’ Sociology of Health and Illness 17 (3): 405-417.