Elizabeth Peel
Elizabeth Peel
Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation
VEA Russo, RA Martienssen, AD Riggs
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 1996
942*1996
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer psychology: An introduction
V Clarke, SJ Ellis, E Peel, DW Riggs
Cambridge University Press, 2010
2982010
Self monitoring of blood glucose in type 2 diabetes: longitudinal qualitative study of patients' perspectives
E Peel, M Douglas, J Lawton
Bmj 335 (7618), 493, 2007
2072007
Diagnosis of type 2 diabetes: a qualitative analysis of patients’ emotional reactions and views about information provision
E Peel, O Parry, M Douglas, J Lawton
Patient education and counseling 53 (3), 269-275, 2004
1702004
Blood glucose self-monitoring in non-insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study of patients' perspectives.
E Peel, O Parry, M Douglas, J Lawton
Br J Gen Pract 54 (500), 183-188, 2004
1492004
Mundane heterosexism: Understanding incidents of the everyday
E Peel
Women's Studies International Forum 24 (5), 541-554, 2001
1482001
Lay perceptions of type 2 diabetes in Scotland: bringing health services back in
J Lawton, E Peel, O Parry, G Araoz, M Douglas
Social science & medicine 60 (7), 1423-1435, 2005
1222005
Taking the biscuit? A discursive approach to managing diet in type 2 diabetes
E Peel, O Parry, M Douglas, J Lawton
Journal of health psychology 10 (6), 779-791, 2005
1012005
“It’s no skin off my nose”: why people take part in qualitative research
E Peel, O Parry, M Douglas, J Lawton
Qualitative Health Research 16 (10), 1335-1349, 2006
972006
Contextualising accounts of illness: notions of responsibility and blame in white and South Asian respondents’ accounts of diabetes causation
J Lawton, N Ahmad, E Peel, N Hallowell
Sociology of health & illness 29 (6), 891-906, 2007
932007
Heteronormativity and the exclusion of bisexuality in psychology
M Barker
Out in psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer perspectives, 86-118, 2007
932007
Diabetes service provision: a qualitative study of newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetes patients’ experiences and views
J Lawton, O Parry, E Peel, M Douglas
Diabetic Medicine 22 (9), 1246-1251, 2005
832005
Issues of cause and control in patient accounts of Type 2 diabetes
O Parry, E Peel, M Douglas, J Lawton
Health education research 21 (1), 97-107, 2005
752005
Patients in waiting: a qualitative study of type 2 diabetes patients' perceptions of diagnosis
O Parry, E Peel, M Douglas, J Lawton
Family Practice 21 (2), 131-136, 2004
712004
‘The living death of Alzheimer's’ versus ‘Take a walk to keep dementia at bay’: representations of dementia in print media and carer discourse
E Peel
Sociology of health & illness 36 (6), 885-901, 2014
692014
Out in psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspectives
V Clarke, E Peel
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
672007
Mapping the mind for the modern market researcher
C Senior, H Smyth, R Cooke, RL Shaw, E Peel
Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal 10 (2), 153-167, 2007
662007
Type 2 diabetes and dog walking: patients' longitudinal perspectives about implementing and sustaining physical activity
E Peel, M Douglas, O Parry, J Lawton
Br J Gen Pract 60 (577), 570-577, 2010
642010
Online interviewing in psychology: Reflections on the process
A Jowett, E Peel, R Shaw
Qualitative Research in Psychology 8 (4), 354-369, 2011
622011
Pregnancy loss in lesbian and bisexual women: an online survey of experiences
E Peel
Human Reproduction, dep441, 2010
582010
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