Presentations

Nottingham University Physical Therapy Gym

Nottingham University Physical Therapy Gym

  • ‘Knowledge sharing: equipment for recording and analysing data in conversation analysis’ Conversation Analysis and Clinical Encounters 2013, York, UK. Summary notes
  • ‘Communicating about future death and dying: evidence from fine-grained studies of language and social interaction’ 2011 Death and Emotions: An international symposium on human mortality, Collegium, University of Helsinki, Finland.  Reference list
  • ‘Communicating with service users about uncertain and sensitive future events’ 2011 East Midlands Cancer Network: Supportive and pallitative care education event
  • ‘Evidence from interactional research on how to talk about difficult future matters’ 2011 Ruth Parry and Victoria Land, 9th International Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics. Nottingham, UK
  • ‘A short but hopefully enlightening tour around approaches to analysing healthcare communication – interaction analysis, discourse analysis, conversation analysis’ 2011 Clinical Research Centre Seminar, University of Brighton, Eastbourne Campus. Video
  • ‘Constituting the body in interaction: determiner use in referring to body parts in physical therapy’ 2010 Interactional foundations of language group seminar, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • ‘The difference that words make: Communication skills for physiotherapists’  2010 Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Congress, Liverpool, UK.  Reference list
  • ‘Explicit and oblique ways of making reasons for recommendations available in healthcare’  2010 International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Mannheim
  • ‘Workshop on teaching conversation analysis: Practical experience and methods’ (Organiser alongside Virginia Teas Gill)  2009 American Sociological Association, San Francisco
  • ‘Giving reasons for treatment recommendations and instructions: some observations on accounts in clinical interaction’  2009 American Sociological Association, San Francisco
  • ‘Accounting (and not accounting) for treatment actions and recommendations’  2009 Second International Conference on Conversation Analysis and Clinical Encounters
  • ‘Clinical reasoning and patient participation: ways clinicians explain treatment actions and recommendations to patients’  2008 Medical Sociology Section of the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Brighton
  • ‘Are interventions to enhance communication performance in physiotherapists effective and how should they be delivered?’  2008 Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Annual Congress, Manchester
  • ‘How can clinicians increase patient involvement in consultations?’  2008 Health Services Research Network / NIHR SDO Joint Conference, Manchester
  • ‘Making sense of disability’ (Data Workshop)  2007 1st International Conference on Conversation Analysis and Clinical Interactions, Peninsula Medical School/Exeter University
  • ‘Indexing embodiment – when is ‘your’ arm ‘the’ arm?’  2007 Medical Sociology Section of the British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Liverpool
  • ‘Talking about reasons for treatment in neurorehabilitation: explaining, involving, and persuading’  2006 Society for Research in Rehabilitation, London
  • ‘Qualitative and quantitative research – bridging the gap’  2006 Society for Research in Rehabilitation, Manchester
  • ‘Constituting the body and troubles of the body’ (Organiser of the Panel) 2006 International Pragmatics Association (IPRA), Göteborg
  • ‘Referring to body parts, movements and sensations’ (my paper within the panel)  2006 International Pragmatics Association (IPRA), Göteborg
  • ‘Explaining in clinical communication: making clinical reasoning available to patients in physiotherapy’  2006 International Conference on Communication in Healthcare (EACH), Basel
  • ‘Talking about reasons for actions and recommendations: patient involvement in physiotherapy’  2006 International Conference on Conversation Analysis (ICCA), Helsinki
  • ‘Offering the movement experts some new perspectives: in-service training on communication for physiotherapists’  2005 Training the Health Professions Using Research on Interaction, Odense
  • ‘The interactional management of patients’ physical incompetence: a conversation analytic study of physiotherapy interactions’ 2003 International Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, Manchester, UK
  • ‘Why is goal setting with patients difficult?’ 2003 World Confederation for Physical Therapy 14th International Congress, Barcelona
  • ‘Step by step guide – from initial research to clinical practice’ 2004 National Conference of Clinical Interest and Occupational Groups of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Bath
  • ‘Explanatory talk in physiotherapy’ 2004 Conversation Analysis Colloquium, Centre for Research in Cognition, Emotion and  Interaction, Roehampton