Dr Suzanne Hodge

Lecturer

Research Interests

I am a qualitative social scientist with a disciplinary background in social policy and medical sociology. My research interests lie broadly in the areas of disability and mental health, with more specific interests in:

  • Visual and other sensory impairments;
  • Therapeutic communities;
  • Self-harm;
  • Service user involvement.

Selected Publications Show all 34 publications

Resilience and vision impairment in older people
Thetford, C., Bennet, K., Hodge, S., Knox, P., Robinson, J. 12/2015 In: Journal of Aging Studies. 35, p. 37-48. 12 p.
Journal article

A qualitative study exploring the effects of attending a community pain service choir on wellbeing in people who experience chronic pain
Hopper, M., Curtis, S., Hodge, S.M., Simm, R.J. 08/2016 In: British Journal of Pain. 10, 3, p. 124-134. 11 p.
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Service user experiences of mentalisation-based treatment for borderline personality disorder
O Lonargain, D., Hodge, S.M., Line, R. 28/02/2017 In: Mental Health Review Journal. 22, 1, p. 16-27. 12 p.
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Life Stories of International Romanian Adoptees: A Narrative Study
Mckail, R., Hodge, S.M., Daiches, A., Misca, G. 30/06/2017 In: Adoption Quarterly.
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Loneliness, social isolation and sight loss: a literature review conducted for Thomas Pocklington Trust
Hodge, S., Eccles, F. 12/2013 Lancaster University.
Commissioned report

Exploring the role of an emotional support and counselling service for people with visual impairments
Hodge, S., Barr, W., Bowen, L., Leeven, M., Knox, P. 01/2013 In: British Journal of Visual Impairment. 31, 1, p. 5-19. 15 p.
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Living with age-related macular degeneration treatment: Patient experiences of being treated with ranibizumab (Lucentis) intravitreal injections
Thetford, C., Hodge, S., Harding, S., Taylor, S., Knox, P. 05/2013 In: British Journal of Visual Impairment. 31, 2, p. 89-101. 13 p.
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Evaluation of Emotional Support and Counselling within an Integrated Low Vision Service
Hodge, S., Barr, W., Knox, P. 09/2010 Health and Community Care Research Unit, University of Liverpool. 155 p.
Commissioned report

Qualitative findings from a mixed methods evaluation of once-weekly therapeutic community day services for people with personality disorder
Hodge, S., Barr, W., Göpfert, M., Hellin, K., Horne, A., Kirkcaldy, A. 2010 In: Journal of Mental Health. 19, 1, p. 43-51. 9 p.
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Quantitative findings from a mixed methods evaluation of once-weekly therapeutic community day services for people with personality disorder
Barr, W., Kirkcaldy, A., Horne, A., Hodge, S., Hellin, K., Göpfert, M. 2010 In: Journal of Mental Health. 19, 5, p. 412-421. 10 p.
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Therapeutic Communities
Hodge, S., Barr, W., Kirkcaldy, A. 01/2010 Openmind, 161, p. 12-13. 2 p.
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User involvement in the construction of a mental health charter: an exercise in communicative rationality?
Hodge, S.M. 2009 In: Health Expectations. 12, 3, p. 251-61. 11 p.
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Reading between the lines: the experiences of taking part in a community reading project
Hodge, S., Robinson, J., Davis, P. 2007 In: Medical Humanities. 33, 2, p. 100-104. 4 p.
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Communicative rationality in the clinic?: exploring the parental role in the management of gastro-oesophageal reflux in children
Hodge, S., Perkins, E. 2007 In: Social Theory and Health. 5, 2, p. 107-125. 19 p.
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Why is the potential of augmentative and alternative communication not being realized?: Exploring the experiences of people who use communication aids
Hodge, S. 2007 In: Disability and Society. 22, 5, p. 457-471. 15 p.
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Participation, discourse and power: a case study in service user involvement
Hodge, S. 2005 In: Critical Social Policy. 25, 2, p. 164-179. 16 p.
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Competence, identity and intersubjectivity: Applying Habermas's theory of communicative action to service user involvement in mental health policy making
Hodge, S. 2005 In: Social Theory and Health. 3, 3, p. 165-182. 18 p.
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