Ms Abby King
|Member of the Department of Anthropology|
I am a PhD candidate in Medical Anthropology funded by the Durham Doctoral Studentship. My research explores the use of telehealth in mental healthcare in New Mexico, USA. More specifically, I aim to uncover the ways in which 'virtual care' affords new materialities, spaces and mobilities in healthcare and what this means for the ways people understand health and navigate healthcare systems.
- Health Systems
- Medical Knowledge
- United States
- Donovan, Stephen K., Jones, Stuart J., King, Abigail R. & Harper, David A.T. (2021). Pliocene trace fossils from oyster substrates in the Nijar Basin, Betic Cordillera, southern Spain. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association 132(3): 358-368.
- Wiegel, V., King, A., Mozaffar, H., Cresswell, K., Williams, R. & Sheikh, A. (2019). A systematic analysis of the optimization of computerized physician order entry and clinical decision support systems: A qualitative study in English hospitals. Health Informatics Journal
- King, Abby, Cresswell, Kathrin M, Coleman, Jamie J, Pontefract, Sarah K, Slee, Ann, Williams, Robin & Sheikh, Aziz (2017). Investigating the ways in which health information technology can promote antimicrobial stewardship: a conceptual overview. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 110(8): 320.