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Members

Staff Members

Michelle Aldridge
Research interests include the communication needs and experiences of disabled children and adults in criminal justice settings.
Email: AldridgeM@cf.ac.uk

Michael Arribas-Ayllon
Michael Arribas-Ayllon is Research Associate on the ESRC funded Cesagen programme dealing with genetics, health and identity.
Email: Arribas-AyllonM@cf.ac.uk

Srikant Sarangi
Srikant Sarangi is Director of HCRC. His research interests are in professional discourse in health and social care settings (e.g. genetics, HIV/AIDS, oncology, general practice, telemedicine). He is editor of Communication & Medicine and TEXT.
Email: Sarangi@cf.ac.uk

Alison Wray
Research interests include the way that conversation - and translation -aids for the disabled are designed to maximise speed, fluency and accuracy.
Email: WrayA@cf.ac.uk

Virpi Ylanne
Research interest is in the negotiation of roles and advice in community pharmacy interactions.
Email: Ylanne@cf.ac.uk

Current Doctoral Students

Ben Saunders
Ben Saunders is a doctoral student. His research is in the area of young adults’ experiences of chronic illness in relation to lifestyle management issues.

Anne Storey
Anne Storey is a doctoral student. Her research is examining the relationship between problem-based learning (PBL) and reflective practice in medical curricula from a discourse-analytic perspective.

Samina syed Afzal
Samina syed Afzal is a doctoral student. Her research focuses on the communicative practices of foetal wellbeing assessments in sonographer and pregnant woman encounters.


Past Doctoral Researchers

Lucy Brookes-Howell
An investigation into talk and text about the process of diagnosis and non-diagnosis in genetic counselling.

Noor Aireen Ibrahim
Constructing Blame and Responsibility: A Rhetorical Discourse Analysis of Childhood Obesity Reports in the British Press.

Annmarie Nelson
Palliative care as progressive journey: The interplay of self, hope and death in nurse-patient encounters across three care settings.

Bernard Nolan
Modelling Schizophrenic communication disorder: a social interactional approach.

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