Elizabeth Peel
Elizabeth Peel
Professor, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk - Homepage
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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer psychology: An introduction
V Clarke, SJ Ellis, E Peel, DW Riggs
Cambridge University Press, 2010
3442010
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
2372007
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
1852004
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
British Journal of General Practice 54 (500), 183-188, 2004
1642004
Mundane heterosexism: Understanding incidents of the everyday
E Peel
Women's Studies International Forum 24 (5), 541-554, 2001
1532001
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
1292005
Heteronormativity and the exclusion of bisexuality in psychology
M Barker
Out in psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer perspectives, 86-118, 2007
1102007
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
1102005
“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
1082006
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
1042007
‘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
1012014
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
932005
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
822004
Online interviewing in psychology: Reflections on the process
A Jowett, E Peel, R Shaw
Qualitative Research in Psychology 8 (4), 354-369, 2011
802011
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, 2006
802006
Women and dementia: A global research review
R Erol, D Brooker, E Peel
Alzheimer's Disease International (ADI), 2015
742015
Out in psychology: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer perspectives
V Clarke, E Peel
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
742007
Pregnancy loss in lesbian and bisexual women: an online survey of experiences
E Peel
Human Reproduction, dep441, 2010
712010
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
712007
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
682010
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