Birney, M.E., Rabinovich, A., Morton, T. A., Heath, H. & Ashcroft, S. (accepted). When speaking English is not enough: The consequences of language-based stigma for non-native speakers. Journal of Language and Social Psychology.
Lasikiewicz, N. & Heath, H. (2018). Exploring the Construction of a Paranormal Experience in Relation to Paranormal Belief Using Story Completion. Consciousness and Experimental Psychology Section, BPS. Regents University, London, 6th-8th September
Heath, H. & Carroll, J. (2018). How fat am I? Students’ perceptions of being overweight. Division of Health Psychology Conference, BPS. Hilton, Newcastle upon Tyne, 5th – 7th September.
Heath, H. (2017). Exploring multiple voices: reflections on integrating multiple qualitative methods. Qualitative Methods in Psychology, BPS, University of Aberystwyth, 4th-7th July.
Carroll, J. & Heath, H. (2017). How fat am I? Students’ perceptions of being overweight. Poster at Qualitative Methods in Psychology, BPS, University of Aberystwyth, 4th-7th July.
Heath, H. (2017). Listening to quieter voices: Understanding and meeting the needs of friends. From Harm to Hope. HarmLess, Nottingham, 1st March
Heath, H. (2015). Enough is enough: When to stop focus group recruitment. Quality in qualitative research and enduring problematics. University of Bath, 27th January.
Heath, H., Gavin, J. & Rodham, K. (2013). “I have seen part of her life nobody else has seen”: An exploration into the impact of self-harm upon friendship. European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapists (EABCT), Morocco, 25th-28th September.
Heath, H., Gavin, J. & Rodham, K. (2012). An exploration into the impact that self-harm has upon friendship. International Society for the Study of Self-Injury: Chapel Hill, USA. June 29th - July 1st.
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