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Since the early 1990s, Hannah's research has looked at identity and inequalities around ethnicity, migration status and gender, with a particular focus on health. This work has been widely published in book and article form.
Having published her doctoral research as a novella, she maintains an interest in fiction as a form of evidence and as a research method for understanding health and illness in social context.
More information at http://hannah.bradby.info/
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Current funded research projects:
Together with Sarah Hamed, Suruchi Thapar-Björkert and Beth Maina Ahlberg: 'Understanding racism in healthcare: Developing and implementing anti-racist strategies through shared knowledge production and evaluation’ funded by Vetenskapsrådet.
The research has been discussed and presented at the Swedish 2019 Human Rights Day, https://youtu.be/SBXLMqemEqs, at a webinar organised by the Swedish Medical Association https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRyQMuXpA8g and most recently on an edition (Särbehandling i vården – om rasism och minoritetsstress) of the long-running P1 radio program Kropp & Själ https://sverigesradio.se/avsnitt/1582449
Sarah Hamed, Suruchi Thapar-Björkert, Hannah Bradby and Beth Maina Ahlberg 2020. ‘Racism in European Health Care: Structural Violence and Beyond’. Qualitative Health Research.
Ahlberg, B.M., Hamed, S., Thapar-Björkert, S., Bradby, H. 2019. ‘Invisibility of Racism in the Global Neoliberal Era: Implications for Researching Racism in Healthcare’. Frontiers in Sociology.
Hannah Bradby, Suruchi Thapar Björkert, Sarah Hamed and Beth Maina Ahlberg. 2019 ‘Undoing the unspeakable: researching racism in Swedish healthcare using a participatory process’. BMC Health Research Policy and Systems. 17 (43)n European Health Care: Structural Violence and Beyond’
Together with colleagues from the Universities of Birmingham, Melbourne & Bilkent: ‘Sexual and Gender-based Violence in the Refugee Crisis: Vulnerabilities, Inequalities and Responses’ funded by the Europe and Global Challenges 4th call, Riksbankjubileum, Volkswagen, Wellcome.
Past funders of research: the Economic and Social Research Council, The Welfare State Futures Norface programme and National Institute for Health Research.
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