Gill Green

Gill Green is a Medical Sociologist who has been researching social aspects of long-term illness since the early 1990s conducting research with people living with a range of long term conditions. She is the Director of the National Institute of Health Research, Research Design Service for the East of England. Her research interests include the social experience of long term illness, especially HIV/AIDS, mental illness including substance misuse and MS, and stigma related to long term illness.  In addition, she has a long-standing interest in medical diversity.

Her publications include:

Alshdafat, N & Green, G. Reflections on carrying out sex research among Bedouin adolescents in Jordan: Risks and Limitations. In press. Culture, Health & Sexuality.

Green, G., Emslie, C., O’Neill, D., Hunt, K., Walker, S (2010) Exploring the ambiguities of ‘masculinity’ in accounts of emotional distress in the military among young ex-servicemen. Social Science & Medicine 71,8,1480-88.

Green, G. (2009) The end of stigma?: Changes in the social experience of long term illness. Routledge, London.

Fox, M., Martin, P., Green G. (2007) Doing practitioner research. Sage, London.

Green, G., Bradby, H., Chan, A., Lee, M. (2006). "We are not completely Westernised": dual medical systems and pathways to health care among Chinese migrant women in England. Social Science and Medicine 62:1498-1509.

Green, G., Bradby, H., Chan, A., Lee, M., & Eldridge, K. (2002). Is the English National Health Service meeting the needs of mentally distressed Chinese women? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 7, 216-221.

Green, G. & Sobo, E. (2000) The Endangered Self: Managing the Social Risk of HIV. Routledge, London.