Helen Lambert
Helen Lambert
Professor of Medical Anthropology, University of Bristol
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Accounting for EBM: notions of evidence in medicine
H Lambert
Social science & medicine 62 (11), 2633-2645, 2006
Anthropology in health research: from qualitative methods to multidisciplinarity
H Lambert, C McKevitt
Bmj 325 (7357), 210-213, 2002
Cost effectiveness analysis of different approaches of screening for familial hypercholesterolaemia
D Marks, D Wonderling, M Thorogood, H Lambert, SE Humphries, ...
Bmj 324 (7349), 1303, 2002
The mortality divide in India: the differential contributions of gender, caste, and standard of living across the life course
SV Subramanian, S Nandy, M Irving, D Gordon, H Lambert, ...
American Journal of Public Health 96 (5), 818-825, 2006
Factors associated with adherence to self-isolation and lockdown measures in the UK: a cross-sectional survey
LE Smith, R Amlȏt, H Lambert, I Oliver, C Robin, L Yardley, GJ Rubin
Public Health 187, 41-52, 2020
“Showing roughness in a beautiful way”: Talk about love, coercion, and rape in South African youth sexual culture
K Wood, H Lambert, R Jewkes
Medical anthropology quarterly 21 (3), 277-300, 2007
COVID-19 as a global challenge: towards an inclusive and sustainable future
H Lambert, J Gupte, H Fletcher, L Hammond, N Lowe, M Pelling, N Raina, ...
The Lancet Planetary Health 4 (8), e312-e314, 2020
Screening for hypercholesterolaemia versus case finding for familial hypercholesterolaemia: a systematic review and cost effectiveness analysis
D Marks, D Wonderling, M Thorogood, H Lambert, SE Humphries, ...
Database of Abstracts of Reviews of Effects (DARE): Quality-assessed Reviews …, 2000
Disembodied knowledge? Making sense of medical science
H Lambert, H Rose
Misunderstanding science, 65-83, 1996
Tales of biographical disintegration: how parents make sense of their sons’ suicides
C Owens, H Lambert, K Lloyd, J Donovan
Sociology of health & Illness 30 (2), 237-254, 2008
Introduction: gift horse or Trojan horse? Social science perspectives on evidence-based health care
H Lambert, EJ Gordon, EA Bogdan-Lovis
Social science & medicine 62 (11), 2613-2620, 2006
Implementing community interventions for HIV prevention: insights from project ethnography
C Evans, H Lambert
Social science & medicine 66 (2), 467-478, 2008
What makes a structural intervention? Reducing vulnerability to HIV in community settings, with particular reference to sex work
C Evans, S Jana, H Lambert
Global public health 5 (5), 449-461, 2010
Sentiment and substance in North Indian forms of relatedness
H Lambert
Cultures of relatedness: new approaches to the study of kinship 7389, 2000
Recognising and responding to suicidal crisis within family and social networks: qualitative study
C Owens, G Owen, J Belam, K Lloyd, F Rapport, J Donovan, H Lambert
Bmj 343, 2011
A comparative analysis of communication about sex, health and sexual health in India and South Africa: Implications for HIV prevention
H Lambert, K Wood
Culture, health & sexuality 7 (6), 527-541, 2005
Health-seeking strategies and sexual health among female sex workers in urban India: implications for research and service provision
C Evans, H Lambert
Social science & medicine 44 (12), 1791-1803, 1997
The limits of behaviour change theory: condom use and contexts of HIV risk in the Kolkata sex industry
C Evans, H Lambert
Culture, health & sexuality 10 (1), 27-41, 2008
“Injuries are Beyond Love”: Physical Violence in Young South Africans' Sexual Relationships
K Wood, H Lambert, R Jewkes
Medical anthropology 27 (1), 43-69, 2008
Suicide communication events: Lay interpretation of the communication of suicidal ideation and intent
G Owen, J Belam, H Lambert, J Donovan, F Rapport, C Owens
Social science & medicine 75 (2), 419-428, 2012
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