Prof Carol Emslie
Prof Carol Emslie
Lead: Substance Use Research Group, Glasgow Caledonian University
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‘Live to work’or ‘work to live’? A qualitative study of gender and work–life balance among men and women in mid‐life
C Emslie, K Hunt
Gender, Work & Organization 16 (1), 151-172, 2009
Benefits of supervised group exercise programme for women being treated for early stage breast cancer: pragmatic randomised controlled trial
N Mutrie, AM Campbell, F Whyte, A McConnachie, C Emslie, L Lee, ...
Bmj 334 (7592), 517, 2007
Men's accounts of depression: reconstructing or resisting hegemonic masculinity?
C Emslie, D Ridge, S Ziebland, K Hunt
Social science & medicine 62 (9), 2246-2257, 2006
The ‘doctor’or the ‘girl from the University’? Considering the influence of professional roles on qualitative interviewing
H Richards, C Emslie
Family practice 17 (1), 71-75, 2000
Problematizing gender, work and health: the relationship between gender, occupational grade, working conditions and minor morbidity in full-time bank employees
C Emslie, K Hunt, S Macintyre
Social science & medicine 48 (1), 33-48, 1999
Invisible women? The importance of gender in lay beliefs about heart problems
C Emslie, K Hunt, G Watt
Sociology of Health & Illness 23 (2), 203-233, 2001
Women, men and coronary heart disease: a review of the qualitative literature
C Emslie
Journal of advanced nursing 51 (4), 382-395, 2005
Understanding how men experience, express and cope with mental distress: where next?
D Ridge, C Emslie, A White
Sociology of health & illness 33 (1), 145-159, 2011
Are perceptions of a family history of heart disease related to health-related attitudes and behaviour?
K Hunt, C Davison, C Emslie, G Ford
Health Education Research 15 (2), 131-143, 2000
Lay constructions of a family history of heart disease: potential for misunderstandings in the clinical encounter?
K Hunt, C Emslie, G Watt
The Lancet 357 (9263), 1168-1171, 2001
‘I wouldn't have been interested in just sitting round a table talking about cancer’; exploring the experiences of women with breast cancer in a group exercise trial
C Emslie, F Whyte, A Campbell, N Mutrie, L Lee, D Ritchie, N Kearney
Health Education Research 22 (6), 827-838, 2007
Gender, work-home conflict, and morbidity amongst white-collar bank employees in the United Kingdom
C Emslie, K Hunt, S Macintyre
International journal of behavioral medicine 11 (3), 127, 2004
Exploring men's and women's experiences of depression and engagement with health professionals: more similarities than differences? A qualitative interview study
C Emslie, D Ridge, S Ziebland, K Hunt
BMC Family Practice 8 (1), 43, 2007
Disclosing a cancer diagnosis to friends and family: a gendered analysis of young men's and women's experiences
S Hilton, C Emslie, K Hunt, A Chapple, S Ziebland
Qualitative health research 19 (6), 744-754, 2009
Exploring the ambiguities of masculinity in accounts of emotional distress in the military among young ex-servicemen
G Green, C Emslie, D O’Neill, K Hunt, S Walker
Social Science & Medicine 71 (8), 1480-1488, 2010
‘Getting through’not ‘going under’: A qualitative study of gender and spousal support after diagnosis with colorectal cancer
C Emslie, S Browne, U MacLeod, L Rozmovits, E Mitchell, S Ziebland
Social Science & Medicine 68 (6), 1169-1175, 2009
Have men been overlooked? A comparison of young men and women's experiences of chemotherapy‐induced alopecia
S Hilton, K Hunt, C Emslie, M Salinas, S Ziebland
Psycho‐Oncology: Journal of the Psychological, Social and Behavioral …, 2008
Decreased risk of death from coronary heart disease amongst men with higher ‘femininity’scores: a general population cohort study
K Hunt, H Lewars, C Emslie, GD Batty
International Journal of Epidemiology 36 (3), 612-620, 2007
Gender differences in mental health: evidence from three organisations
C Emslie, R Fuhrer, K Hunt, S Macintyre, M Shipley, S Stansfeld
Social science & medicine 54 (4), 621-624, 2002
Childhood mental ability and adult alcohol intake and alcohol problems: the 1970 British cohort study
GD Batty, IJ Deary, I Schoon, C Emslie, K Hunt, CR Gale
American Journal of Public Health 98 (12), 2237-2243, 2008
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