ALISON PILNICK, 2022. Practitioner-Client Relationships. In: LEE MONAGHAN and JONATHAN GABE, eds., Key Concepts in Medical Sociology 3rd edition.
ALISON PILNICK, 2022. Reconsidering patient-centred care: between autonomy and abandonment Emerald. (In Press.)
POKU BRENDA AGYEIWAA, PILNICK ALISON and KIRK SUSAN, 2022. How a child's gender mediates maternal care and expectations in the fatigue experiences of adolescents with sickle cell disease Journal of Family Studies.
BRENDA POKU and ALISON PILNICK, 2022. Biographical accounts of the impact of fatigue in young people with sickle cell disease Sociology of Health and Illness. 44(6), 1027-1046
VICTORIA CLULEY, ALISON PILNICK and RACHEL FYSON, 2022. Talking about learning disability: discursive acts in managing an ideological dilemma SSM- Qualitative Research in Health. 2,
SLOCOMBE, FELICITY, PEEL, ELIZABETH, PILNICK, ALISON and ALBERT, SAUL, 2022. Keeping the conversation going: How progressivity is prioritised in co-remembering talk between couples impacted by dementia. Health (London, England : 1997). 13634593221127822
ZOTTOLA, A., JONES, L., PILNICK, A., MULLANY, L., BOUMAN, W. and ARCELUS, J., 2021. Identifying coping strategies used by patients at a transgender health clinic through analysis of free‐text autobiographical narratives Health Expectations.
PILNICK, A., O'BRIEN, R., BEEKE, S., HARWOOD, R. and GOLDBERG, S., 2021. Avoiding repair, maintaining face: Responding to hard-to-interpret talk from people living with dementia in the acute hospital Social Science and Medicine. 282, 114156
PILNICK, A., 2021. Reconceptualising research, reconceptualising responsibility: A rejoinder to ‘Collecting qualitative data during a pandemic’ by David Silverman Communication and Medicine. 17(1), 92-95
O'BRIEN, REBECCA, BEEKE, SUZANNE, PILNICK, ALISON, GOLDBERG, SARAH E and HARWOOD, ROWAN H, 2020. When people living with dementia say 'no': Negotiating refusal in the acute hospital setting. Social science & medicine (1982). 263, 113188
CLUELY, V., FYSON, R. and PILNICK, A., 2019. Theorising disability: a practical and representative ontology of learning disability Disability and Society. (In Press.)
HOLLIN, G., PILNICK, A. and (JOINT FIRST AUTHORSHIP), 2018. The categorisation of resistance: Interpreting failure to follow a proposed line of action in the diagnosis of autism amongst young adults. Sociology of Health and Illness. 40(7), 1215-1232
DE KOK, B., WIDDICOMBE, S., PILNICK, A. and LAURIER, E., 2018. Doing patient-centredness versus achieving public health targets: A critical review of interactional dilemmas in ART adherence support. Social Science and Medicine. 205, 17-25
O'BRIEN, R, GOLDBERG, SE, PILNICK, A., BEEKE, S., SCHNEIDER, J., SARTAIN, K., THOMSON, L., MURRAY, M., BAXENDALE, B. and HARWOOD, RH., 2018. The VOICE study – A before and after study of a dementia communication skills training course PLOS ONE.
PILNICK, ALISON, TRUSSON, DIANE, BEEKE, SUZANNE, O'BRIEN, REBECCA, GOLDBERG, SARAH and HARWOOD, ROWAN H., 2018. Using conversation analysis to inform role play and simulated interaction in communications skills training for healthcare professionals: identifying avenues for further development through a scoping review BMC MEDICAL EDUCATION. 18,
HARWOOD. R.H., O'BRIEN, R., GOLDBERG, S., ALLWOOD, R., PILNICK, A., BEEKE, S., THOMSON, L., MURRAY, M., PARRY, R., KEARNEY, F., BAXENDALE, B. and SARTAIN, K., 2018. A staff training intervention to improve
communication between people living with
dementia and health-care professionals
in hospital: the VOICE mixed-methods
development and evaluation study Health Services and Delivery Research. 6(41), 1-166
TRUSSON, D. and PILNICK, A., 2017. Between stigma and pink positivity: Women's perceptions of social interactions during and after breast cancer treatment. Sociology of Health and Illness. 39(3), 458-473
ALLWOOD, R., PILNICK, A., O'BRIEN, R., GOLDBERG, S., HARWOOD, R. and BEEKE, S., 2017. Should I stay or should I go? How healthcare professionals close encounters with people with dementia in the acute hospital setting. Social Science and Medicine. 191, 212-225
HOLLIN, GJS and PILNICK, A., 2015. Infancy, autism and the emergence of a socially disordered body Social Science and Medicine. 143, 297-286
ZAYTS. O. and PILNICK, A., 2014. Genetic counselling in multicultural and multilingual contexts.. In: HAMILTON, H. and CHOU, S., eds., Routledge Handbook of Language and Health Communication. Routledge.
SCHOEB, V., STAFFONI, L., PARRY, R. and PILNICK, A., 2014. "What do you expect from physiotherapy?": A detailed analysis of goal setting in physiotherapy. Disability and Rehabilitation. 36(20), 1679-86
WEBB, J., CLEGG, J. and PILNICK, A., 2014. Changing the way that staff interact with people who have challenging behaviour Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability. 27(4),
PILNICK, A., 2013. The practitioner-client relationship. In: GABE, J. and MONAGHAN, L., eds., Key Concepts in Medical Sociology Wiley-Blackwell.
PILNICK, A., 2013. Conversation Analysis. In: COCKERHAM, W., DINGWALL, R. and QUAH, S., eds., The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. Wiley-Blackwell..
S. EVERITT, A. PILNICK, J. WARING and M. COBB, 2013. The structure of the small animal consultation Journal of Small Animal Practice. 54(9), 453-458 GREENHILL, N., ANDERSON, C., AVERY, A. and PILNICK, A., 2011. Analysis of pharmacist-patient communication using the Calgary-Cambridge guide Patient Education and Counseling. 83(3), 423-431 PILNICK, A. and SWIFT, J.A., 2011. Qualitative research in nutrition and dietetics: assessing quality Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. 24(3), 209-214
EDGLEY, A and PILNICK, A. & CLARK, M., 2011. 'The air still wasn't good ... everywhere I went I was surrounded': Lay perceptions of air quality and health Health Sociology Review. (In Press.)
PILNICK, ALISON and DINGWALL, ROBERT, 2011. On the remarkable persistence of asymmetry in doctor/patient interaction: a critical review. Social science & medicine (1982). 72(8), 1374-82
PILNICK, A. AND COLEMAN, T., 2010. "Do your best for me":-the difficulties of finding a clinically effective endpoint in smoking cessation consultations in primary care. Health. 14(1), 57-74
PILNICK, A. and HINDMARSH, J. AND GILL, V.T., eds., 2009. Communication in Healthcare Settings: Policy, Participation and New Technologies. Blackwell. (In Press.)
PILNICK, A, HINDMARSH, J and GILL, V.T., 2009. Beyond doctor and patient: developments in the study of healthcare interactions Sociology of Health and Illness. 31(6), 787-802
HINDMARSH, J. AND PILNICK, A., 2008. The tacit order of teamwork: collaboration and embodied conduct in anaesthesia. In: R. DINGWALL, ed., Qualitative Health Research (Fundamentals of Applied Research Series) 2: Health Professions and their work. Sage. 268-94 (In Press.)
HINDMARSH, J. and PILNICK, A., 2007. Knowing Bodies at Work: Embodiment and Ephemeral Teamwork in Anaesthesia ORGANIZATION STUDIES. VOL 28(ISSU 9), 1395-1416
ALLEN D AND PILNICK A, 2005. Making connections: A case study in the social organisation of healthcare work Sociology of Health and Illness. 27(6), 683-700
ALLEN, D. and PILNICK, A., eds., 2005. The Social Organisation of Healthcare Work Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, New York.
PILNICK, A., 2005. "Why didn't you just say that?" Dealing with issues of knowledge, competence and asymmetry in the pharmacist/client interaction. In: Medical Care, Medical Work and Medical Knowledge: A reader in the sociology of health and illness Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, New York.
PILNICK, A., 2002. Genetics and society : an introduction / Alison Pilnick Buckingham ; Philadelphia : Open University Press, 2002.
PILNICK, A., DINGWALL, R. and STARKEY, K., 2001. Disease management: definitions, difficulties and future directions Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 79(8), 755-763
PILNICK, A. and DINGWALL, R., 2001. Research directions in genetic counselling: a review of the literature Patient Education and Counseling. 44(2), 95-105
PILNICK, A., 1998. Advice giving in community pharmacies: a response concerning methods for future research Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. VOL 3(NUMBER 2), 97-99