In 2018 I received a distinction for an MSc in Medical Humanities at King’s College London and will be starting a PhD in October 2019.
My research focuses on the nature of foetal-parental relationships, the implications for parental mental health when these relationships are unexpectedly severed and on medical metaphors that may risk undervaluing embryonic life and women’s experiences.
Editorial: Debates in scientific practice. CAMH Editorial May 2019 – Volume 24, Issue 2
Outside the Asylum: A Memoir of War, Disaster and Humanitarian Psychiatry by Lynne Jones, Review, BJPsych Bulletin, 2019 (sole author)
Lunacy, Liberty and Law: A tale of two shackles? Asylum Spring 2019 (sole author)
Madness, Mind Doctors and Mrs Dalloway, Hektoen International Journal of Medical Humanities, Volume 10, Issue 4 – Fall 2018 (sole author)
The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman: a gothic story of postnatal psychosis – The British Journal of Psychiatry July 2018 – Volume 213 Issue 1 (sole author)