Sarah Milton PhD
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I am a Research Fellow at the School for Public Health at LSHTM. I studied anthropology at UCL and sexual health research at LSHTM, specialising in medical anthropology and the anthropology of gender and sexuality.
My PhD was an ethnographic account of ageing, femininity and sexuality amongst women in the UK that start dating again later in life. I am currently Associate Editor of the journal Anthropology & Medicine.
I am a seminar leader on Principles of Social Research (PSR), and am part of the Medical Anthropology and PSR distance learning team.
I am currently working on a in depth, qualitative project about welfare benefits and ageing in the UK, as part of the NIHR-funded School for Public Health Research programme in PHP. As part of this team I also contribute to the research surrounding the meaning and use of 'evidence' outside of academia and the health sector, particularly in local government settings.
- Evidence use
- Older people's health
- Sexual health
- Social Sciences
- United Kingdom
- Aging & Sexuality
- Anthropology Of Science And Policy
- Medical Anthropology
‘Becoming more of myself’: Safe sensuality, salsa and ageing
European Journal of Women's Studies, 2016;
Trading quality for relevance: non-health decision-makers' use of evidence on the social determinants of health.
McGill, E. ; Egan, M. ; Petticrew, M. ; Mountford, L. ; Milton, S. ; Whitehead, M. ; Lock, K. ;
BMJ Open, 2015; 5(4):e007053
Understanding welfare conditionality in the context of a generational habitus: A qualitative study of older citizens in England.
Milton, S. ; Buckner, S. ; Salway, S. ; Powell, K. ; Moffatt, S. ; Green, J. ;
J Aging Stud, 2015; 34:113-22
A qualitative geographical information systems approach to explore how older people over 70 years interact with and define their neighbourhood environment.
Milton, S. ; Pliakas, T. ; Hawkesworth, S. ; Nanchahal, K. ; Grundy, C. ; Amuzu, A. ; Casas, J.P. ; Lock, K. ;
Health Place, 2015; 36:127-133
Why do local authorities undertake controlled evaluations of health impact? A qualitative case study of interventions in housing.
Milton, S. ; Petticrew, M. ; Green, J. ;
Public Health, 2014;
Perceptions of tap water temperatures, scald risk and prevention among parents and older people in social housing: A qualitative study.
Durand, M.A.; Green, J.; Edwards, P.; Milton, S.; Lutchmun, S.;
Burns, 2012; 38(4):585-90
Dating Again and the (Re)Negotiation of Sexuality
Culture Health & Sexuality, 2011; 13:S127-S128
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