Conferences

Invited Papers and Keynote Presentations 

Scambler S (2017)  Expert Parents and Field Specific Capital in the case of Batten Disease.  Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark.  September 2017.

Scambler S (2017) Contextualising the Cleft lip and Palate Care Pathway: Ageing, stigma and the quest for normality.  Keynote presentation at the Norwegian Health Sociology Conference.  Trondheim, Norway. April 2017.

Scambler S (2016) Teaching models of disability: Why bother with the ICF?  Invited paper presented at the International Association of Disability and Oral Health Conference.  Chicago, Illinois, USA.  March 2016.

Scambler S (2014)  Disability and the Sociology of Long Term Conditions.  Invited paper presented at City University.  London.  January 2014.

Scambler S (2013)  Using Bourdieu in Health Research. Invited paper presented to the London Medical Sociology Group.  October 2013.

Scambler S (2012)  Using Bourdieu in Health Research.  Invited paper presented at Greenwich University.  March 2012.

Scambler S., Low E., Zoitopoulos L., Gallagher J.  (2011)  Professionals attitudes towards disability in Special Care Dentistry.  Invited paper presented at University of Bristol Dental School.  May 2011.

 

Selected Conference Presentations

Scambler S (2018)  Dis-Embodied Habitus in a Disabling Field: A tentative framework for thinking about the complexity of disability, symbolic violence and ableism.  Paper to be presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, Toronto, Canada.  July 2018.

Scambler (2017) Field specific capital, expert parents and the case of Batten Disease. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference.  York, UK. September 2017.

Abualfaraj R, Daly B, McDonald F, Scambler (2017) The Cleft Lip and Palate Care Pathway in Context.  Poster presented at the International Association of Dental Research Conference.  San Francisco, California, USA.  March 2017.

Scambler (2016) Disability and the Sociology of Long Term Conditions: The importance of context.  Paper presented at the International Association of Disability and Oral Health Conference.  Chicago, Illinois, USA.  March 2016.

Scambler (2016) Qualitative research in dentistry.  Paper presented as part of a symposium on research methods at the International Association of Disability and Oral Health Conference.  Chicago, Illinois, USA.  March 2016.

Scambler S & Daly B (2015)  Symposium: Disability and Oral Health: Changing Perceptions in Dental Care.  Symposium run at the International Association of Dental Research Conference.  Boston, Massachusetts, USA.  March 2015.

Scambler S (2015)  Disability and Oral Health – Concepts and Context.  Paper presented at the International Association of Dental Research Conference.  Boston, Massachusetts, USA.  March 2015.

Scambler S. (2014) Cochlear Implants and the Politics of Identity.  Paper to be presented at the British Sociology Association Annual Conference.  Leicester: UK.  April 2014.

Scambler S, Gupta A, Asimakopoulou K (2013)  Is there Patient Centred Care in Dentistry?  Paper to be presented at the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, York: UK.  September 2013.

Newton P, Asimakopoulou K, Scambler S, (2013)  The Information Continuum in Self-Management of Diabetes.  British Psychological Society Conference, Brighton: UK. September 2013.

Newton, P., Asimakopoulou K, Scambler S. (2011)  Information seeking and use amongst Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) patients: A qualitative study from the United Kingdom.  Poster to be presented and debated at the World Diabetes Congress.  Dubai.  November 2011.

Scambler S, Newton P Asimakopoulou K. (2011)  Older people’s research priorities for oral health.  Paper presented at the International Association of Dental Research Conference.  16-19 March 2011.  San Diego, USA.

Scambler S, Newton P (2010)  An analysis of the effects of long-term illness on capital accumulation and transactions. Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference.  1-3 September 2010.  Durham.

Newton, P., Scambler, S., Asimakopoulou, K.  (2009) ‘I realised I had diabetes’: Diagnostic realisation as an enacted social process in Type 2 Diabetes.  Paper presented at the British Sociological Association Conference, April 2009.

Newton, P., Scambler, S., Asimakopoulou, K.  (2009) Patient experiences of responding to the symptoms of Type 2 diabetes and its complications.  Poster presentation at Diabetes UK Annual Professional Conference 2009.  11 – 13 March 2009, SECC, Glasgow

Newton, P., Asimakopoulou, K., Scambler, S. (2009) I realised I had diabetes’: Diagnostic realisation as an enacted social process United Kingdom Society for Behavioural Medicine Annual Conference, Exeter, January 6-7

Scambler S. Borreani E. Gallagher J.E. (2008) Older People’s Experiences of Dental Services in the UK: Mind over Matter?  Paper presented at the 12th European Society of Health and Medical Sociology Conference.  28-30 August 2008.  Oslo, Norway.

Razdan M. & Scambler S. (2008)  Journey to the Dental Clinic:  Illness Behaviour in Delhi, India.  Poster presented at the International Association for Dental Research Conference.  2-6 July 2008.  Toronto, Canada.

Huber J., Hood G. Asimakopoulou K. and Scambler S. (2007)  First do no harm:  self-reported iatrogenic effects of diabetes management in older adults.  Poster presented at Diabetes UK annual Professional Conference, March 2007, Glasgow.

Williams R. & Scambler S. (2006) Initial findings of an audit of current service provision for families affected by juvenile Batten disease.  Poster presented at the British Paediatric Neurology Association Conference.  January 2006. Bristol.

Scambler S, Williams R.  (2005)  An Audit of Professional Support Provision for Families of Children with Batten Disease.  Poster presented at the 10th International Congress on Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis. NCL 2005. June 5th – 8th, 2005. Hanasaari Congress Center Helsinki, Finland.

Scambler S. (2002) ‘Does the Study of Rare Disabling Conditions Add to our Understanding of Chronic Illness and Disability?’.  Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, July 2002, Brisbane Australia.

Scambler S., Victor C.R., Bond J., Bowling A. (2002) ‘Understanding Everyday Life:  Older People’s Experiences of Loneliness’.  Paper presented at the International Sociological Association Conference, July 2002, Brisbane Australia.

Scambler S. and Victor C.R. (2001) ‘Understanding Experiences and Causes of Loneliness in People Over the Age of 65: A Qualitative Approach’.  Paper presented at the World Congress of Gerontology, July 2001, Vancouver Canada.

Scambler S., Victor C.R., Bond J., Bowling A. (2001) ‘Understanding the Experiences and Causes of Loneliness in Later Life: Constructing a Sociological Framework for Conceptualising Older People’s Experiences and Definitions’.  Paper presented at the European Sociological Association Conference, August 2001, Helsinki Finland.

Scambler S. and Victor C.R. (2001) ‘Developing A Model Of Loneliness Amongst Older People:  A Sociological Approach’, paper presented at the British Sociological Associations Medical Sociology Conference, September 2001, York

Victor C.R. and Scambler S. (2000), ‘Loneliness, Social Isolation and Living Alone In Later Life: A Tale of Two Surveys’, paper presented with Christina Victor at the  British Gerontological Society Conference, September 2000, Oxford.

Scambler S. (1999) ‘The Challenge of Rare Conditions to the Sociology of Chronic Illness’, paper presented at the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, September 1999, York.