Sam Miles
Sam Miles
Senior Lecturer in Medical Sociology, Queen Mary University of London
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Community participation is crucial in a pandemic
C Marston, A Renedo, S Miles
The Lancet 395 (10238), 1676-1678, 2020
Sex in the digital city: location-based dating apps and queer urban life
S Miles
Gender, Place & Culture 24 (11), 1595-1610, 2017
Inviting the stranger in: Intimacy, digital technology and new geographies of encounter
R Koch, S Miles
Progress in Human Geography 45 (6), 1379-1401, 2021
Still getting it on online: Thirty years of queer male spaces brokered through digital technologies
S Miles
Geography Compass 12 (11), e12407, 2018
‘Slow co-production’for deeper patient involvement in health care
S Miles, A Renedo, C Marston
The Journal of Health Design 3 (1), 2018
Not being heard: barriers to high quality unplanned hospital care during young people’s transition to adult services–evidence from ‘this sickle cell life’research
A Renedo, S Miles, S Chakravorty, A Leigh, P Telfer, JO Warner, ...
BMC health services research 19 (1), 876, 2019
Let’s (not) go outside: Grindr, hybrid space, and digital queer neighborhoods
S Miles
The life and afterlife of gay neighborhoods: Renaissance and resurgence, 203-220, 2021
“Do We Have LIFT-Off?” Social Media Marketing and Digital Performance at a British Arts Festival
S Miles
The Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 48 (5), 305-320, 2018
After/lives: insights from the COVID-19 pandemic for gay neighborhoods
S Miles, J Coffin, A Ghaziani, DB Hess, A Bitterman
The life and afterlife of gay neighborhoods, 393-418, 2021
After/lives: insights from the COVID-19 pandemic for gay neighborhoods
S Miles, J Coffin, A Ghaziani, DB Hess, A Bitterman
The life and afterlife of gay neighborhoods, 393-418, 2021
Going the distance: Locative dating technology and queer male practice-based identities
S Miles
The Geographies of Digital Sexuality, 115-135, 2019
Reimagining authorship guidelines to promote equity in co-produced academic collaborations
S Miles, A Renedo, C Marston
Global public health 17 (10), 2547-2559, 2022
“I've never told anyone this before”: Co‐constructing intimacy in sex and sexualities research
S Miles
Area 52 (1), 73-80, 2020
Obstacles to use of patient expertise to improve care: a co-produced longitudinal study of the experiences of young people with sickle cell disease in non-specialist hospital …
S Miles, A Renedo, C Augustine, P Ojeer, N Willis, C Marston
Critical Public Health 30 (5), 544-554, 2020
Transitions to adulthood: self‐governance and disciplining in the making of patient citizens
A Renedo, S Miles, C Marston
Sociology of health & illness 42 (3), 481-495, 2020
‘I was in need of somewhere to release my hurt:’Addressing the mental health of vulnerable adolescent mothers in Harare, Zimbabwe, through self-help groups
R Chingono, C Kasese, S Miles, J Busza
Global health action 15 (1), 2040151, 2022
Understanding the health-care experiences of people with sickle cell disorder transitioning from paediatric to adult services: This Sickle Cell Life, a longitudinal qualitative …
A Renedo, S Miles, S Chakravorty, A Leigh, JO Warner, C Marston
COVID-19 vaccination decisions among Gypsy, Roma, and Traveller communities: A qualitative study moving beyond “vaccine hesitancy”
C Kühlbrandt, CR McGowan, R Stuart, P Grenfell, S Miles, A Renedo, ...
Vaccine 41 (26), 3891-3897, 2023
Community-led responses to COVID-19 within Gypsy and Traveller communities in England: A participatory qualitative research study
A Renedo, R Stuart, C Kühlbrandt, P Grenfell, CR McGowan, S Miles, ...
SSM-Qualitative Research in Health 3, 100280, 2023
Routes: New ways to talk about Covid-19 for better health. Focus on Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities and migrant workers
C Marston, C McGowan, R Stuart, C Kühlbrandt, S Miles, P Grenfell, L Dix, ...
NIHR, 2023
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