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Dr Jenelle Clarke

BA (Hons) (George Fox University (USA)), BA (Hons) (George Fox University (USA)), MA (Hons) (University of Nottingham), PhD (Nottingham)
Research Fellow

Division: Organisational Behaviour and Human Resource Management
E-mail: Jenelle.Clarke@nottingham.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 115 9515254
Location: C16 (North Building, Jubilee Campus)

Jenelle completed two Bachelor of Arts degrees from George Fox University (Newberg, Oregon, USA) in History and Writing/Literature in 2002 (magna cum laude). She then worked for the Veterans Affairs in Portland, Oregon until 2005 and a clinical research organization in Denver, Colorado until 2007. Upon moving to the UK in 2007, she worked for the University of Kent where she also completed her master's degree in Methods of Social Research in 2011 (distinction). In 2011 she was awarded ESRC funding to undertake a PhD in Sociology at the University of Nottingham exploring the social process of personal change within a therapeutic community context. She was awarded the University of Nottingham Endowed Prize in 2014 for contributions to the postgraduate community and research. Since completing her doctorate, she currently works as a research fellow with CLAHRC EM and the Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning (CHILL). Her research project assess how the implementation of health technologies and educational interventions is conditioned by the emergence and sustained management of group unity, emotions and a shared sense of belonging amongst research, clinical and patient actors as they interact within newly formed communities of practice

I am currently supervising the following Research Students:

Lisa Marie Common
 

Publications from 2005 to the present day

Journal Articles

Clarke, J. and Waring, J. (2018), "The Transformative Role of Interaction Rituals within Therapeutic Communities", Sociology of Health and Illness, forthcoming 2018.

Clarke, J.; Waring, J.; Timmons, S. (2018), "The Challenge of Inclusive Coproduction: the importance of situated rituals and emotional inclusivity in the coproduction of health research projects", Social Policy and Administration: an international journal of policy and research, forthcoming 2018.

Clarke, J.M. and Waring, J. (2018), "The Transformative Role of Interaction Rituals within Therapeutic Communities", Sociology of Health and Illness, forthcoming 2018.

Clarke, J.M. (2017), "The case for \"fluid\" hierarchies in therapeutic communities", Therapeutic Communities: International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, Vol.38/4, 207-216.

Clarke, J.M. (2016), "Understanding Personal Change through Storytelling in a Therapeutic Community", Therapeutic Communities: International Journal of Therapeutic Communities, Vol.37(4), pp. 184-193.

Clarke, S.P., Clarke, J.M., Brown, R., Middleton, H. (2016), "Hurting and healing in therapeutic environments: How can we understand the role of the relational context?", European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, forthcoming 2016.



Chapters in Books

Clarke, J.; Winship, G.; Clarke, S.; Manning, N. (2018), "Democracy in Mental Health Care: Therapeutic Communities and the New Recovery Movement", in Essentials of Mental Health Nursing, 449-465, Sage.

Clarke, J.M. (2017), "The Role of Everyday Interaction Rituals within Therapeutic Communities.", in Mental Health Uncertainty and Inevitability: rejuvenating the relationship between social science and psychiatry., Palgrave, forthcoming 2017.

Clarke, S.; Winship, G.; Clarke, J.; Manning, N. (2017), "Therapeutic Communities", in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing: The craft of caring, (3rd), 631-640, Routledge.

 

 

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