Neil Small

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Neil Small is professor of health research at the University of Bradford. He previously held posts at the University of Sheffield and the University of York. He is a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. His book Living and Dying with Dementia – Dialogues about Palliative Care won in the category Non-Clinical Medical Book at the Society of Authors and the Royal Society of Medicine Medical Book Awards 2008.[1]

He is a member of the academic team of Born in Bradford[2] and has recently been the co-author of a study of infant mortality in the London Borough of Redbridge which concluded that one in five such deaths were because the parents were related.[3][4][5]

Selected publications[edit]

  • Froggatt, K., Small, N., Downs, M. (2007) Living and Dying with Dementia – Dialogues about Palliative Care. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Small, N., Clark, D., Wright, M., Winslow, M. and Hughes, N. (2005) A Bit of Heaven for the Few? An Oral History of the Hospice Movement. Lancaster, Observatory Press.
  • Small, N., Hockey, J. and Katz, J. (2001) Grief, Mourning and Death Ritual. Milton Keynes, Open University Press.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Professor – Neil Small – University of Bradford". www.bradford.ac.uk.
  2. ^ "Meet the Team – Born In Bradford".
  3. ^ Metro.co.uk, Toby Meyjes for (17 May 2017). "One in five child deaths in a London borough are because parents are related".
  4. ^ "Report: Inbreeding is the Culprit Behind 1 in 5 Infant Deaths in London Borough". 18 May 2017.
  5. ^ "One in five child deaths caused by parents being related in London borough". 17 May 2017.

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