Anna Lavis
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# Online harms or benefits? An ethnographic analysis of the positives and negatives of peer‐support around self‐harm on social media
A Lavis, R Winter
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 61 (8), 842-854, 2020
Why we eat, how we eat
EJ Abbots, A Lavis
Contemporary encounters between foods and bodies. İngiltere: Ashgate …, 2013
Social recovery therapy in combination with early intervention services for enhancement of social recovery in patients with first-episode psychosis (SUPEREDEN3): a single-blind …
D Fowler, J Hodgekins, P French, M Marshall, N Freemantle, P McCrone, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 5 (1), 41-50, 2018
The UK national evaluation of the development and impact of E arly I ntervention S ervices (the N ational EDEN studies): study rationale, design and baseline characteristics
M Birchwood, H Lester, L McCarthy, P Jones, D Fowler, T Amos, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 8 (1), 59-67, 2014
Layers of listening: qualitative analysis of the impact of early intervention services for first-episode psychosis on carers' experiences
A Lavis, H Lester, L Everard, N Freemantle, T Amos, D Fowler, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 207 (2), 135-142, 2015
Food porn, pro-anorexia and the viscerality of virtual affect: Exploring eating in cyberspace
A Lavis
Geoforum 84, 198-205, 2017
Seeking help for first‐episode psychosis: a family narrative
C Connor, S Greenfield, H Lester, S Channa, C Palmer, C Barker, A Lavis, ...
Early Intervention in Psychiatry 10 (4), 334-345, 2016
Looking, but not listening? Theorizing the practice and ethics of online ethnography
R Winter, A Lavis
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 15 (1-2), 55-62, 2020
Careful eating: bodies, food and care
EJ Abbots, A Lavis, ML Attala
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2015
The boundaries of a good anorexic: Exploring pro-anorexia on the internet and in the clinic
A Lavis
Goldsmiths, University of London, 2011
The impact of COVID-19 on young people’s mental health in the UK: key insights from social media using online ethnography
R Winter, A Lavis
International journal of environmental research and public health 19 (1), 352, 2021
Not eating or tasting other ways to live: A qualitative analysis of ‘living through’and desiring to maintain anorexia
A Lavis
Transcultural Psychiatry 55 (4), 454-474, 2018
The substance of absence: exploring eating and anorexia
A Lavis
Why We Eat, How We Eat, 35-52, 2016
Introduction: reflecting on the embodied Intersections of eating and caring
A Lavis, EJ Abbots, L Attala
Careful eating: Bodies, food and care, 1-22, 2016
Careful starving: Reflections on (not) eating, caring and anorexia
A Lavis
Careful eating: bodies, food and care, 91-108, 2016
Introduction Contours of Eating: Mapping the Terrain of Body/Food Encounters
EJ Abbots, A Lavis
Why We Eat, How We Eat, 1-12, 2016
Temporalities of mental distress: Digital immediacy and the meaning of ‘crisis’ in online support
IM Tucker, A Lavis
Sociology of health & illness 41, 132-146, 2019
Food, bodies, and the “stuff” of (not) eating in anorexia
A Lavis
Gastronomica 16 (3), 56-65, 2016
Cost‐effectiveness of early intervention services for psychosis and fidelity to national policy implementation guidance
M Radhakrishnan, P McCrone, L Lafortune, L Everard, D Fowler, T Amos, ...
Early intervention in psychiatry 12 (4), 747-756, 2018
Lived experiences of negative symptoms in first‐episode psychosis: A qualitative secondary analysis
B Gee, J Hodgekins, A Lavis, C Notley, M Birchwood, L Everard, ...
Early Intervention in Psychiatry 13 (4), 773-779, 2019
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