Experiences of Services & Reasons for Using / Avoiding

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications

  • Chambers, S., Canvin, K., Sinclair, J., Baldwin, D. (2017) Identity in Recovery from Problematic Alcohol Use: A Qualitative Study of Online Mutual Aid. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 174: 17-22. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2017.01.009
  • Canvin, K., Jones, C., Marttila, A., Burström, B., Whitehead, M. (2007) Can I risk using public services? Perceived consequences of seeking help and health care among households living in poverty: qualitative study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 61: 984-989. DOI:10.1136/jech.2006.058404

Invited talks

  • Canvin, K., Jones, C., Whitehead, M. Resilience and Social Welfare. Invited workshop at the Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 2005.
  • Canvin, K., Whitehead, M., Jones, C. How do social welfare policies and practices build or undermine resilience in poor households? An international comparative study. Invited presentation at the one-day conference: Parenting, Child Health and Disadvantage. Lancaster 2004.

Peer Reviewed Conference Contributions

  • MacLeod, C., Canvin. K., Sacker, A. & Windle G. Using Technology in Later Life: Qualitative Insights into Actual and Perceived Barriers. Paper presented at the 21st IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics, San Francisco, California, 23-27 July 2017.
  • MacLeod, C., Canvin. K., Sacker, A. & Windle G. Seeking assistance in later life: A qualitative investigation of service non-use. Paper presented at the 46th Annual British Society of Gerontology Conference, Swansea, Wales, 5-7 July 2017.
  • Canvin, K., Jones, C., Whitehead, M. The lived experience of poverty and social welfare services in Britain & Sweden: An exploration of the features that build or undermine resilience in poor households. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, York, April 2005.
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