Griffith, L. and Glasby, J. (2015) Mental health matters: improving health services in acute settings and understanding how innovation spreads. HSMC Policy Paper 20. Birmingham: University of Birmingham, Health Services Management Centre.
Griffith, L. and Glasby, J. (2015) “When we say ‘urgent’ is means now…” Health and social care leaders’ perceptions of each other’s roles and ways of working, Journal of Integrated Care, 23(3), 143-152
Griffith, L. Forthcoming. “‘No that’s not a religious thing, that’s a cultural thing’: The narratives of Sylheti mothers in East London” in Migration and the Politics of Reproduction and Healthcare: Place, Identity and Cultures of Migrant Family-Making. Eds. Unnithan-Kumar, M & Khann, S. K. Berghahn.
Sidhu, M, Griffith, L, Jolly, K, Marshall, T, Gill, P, Gale, NK (in press), Chronic disease, self-management and systems of support: An exploration of health beliefs and practices within the Sikh community. Birmingham, UK. Ethnicity and Health.
Weich, S, Griffith, L, et al. January 2012. ‘Experiences of acute mental health care in an ethnically diverse inner city: qualitative interview study’. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. Vol 47, Issue: 1, pp 119-128.
Griffith, L (2010) ‘Motherhood, ethnicity and experience: a narrative analysis of the debates concerning culture in the provision of health services for Bangladeshi mothers in East London. Vol. 17, Issue 3, 289-299.
Griffith, L (2009) 'Complaints, sensitivities and responsibility: an ethnographic investigation into the debates around the care of Bangladeshi mothers in the East End'. International Migration Vol 46 Issue 5 pp 143-165.
Griffith, L (2009) 'Practitioners, postnatal depression, and translation: an investigation into the representation of Bangladeshi mothers in the East End.' Anthropology and Medicine
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