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Atkins, Sarah, Pilnick, Alison, Maben, Jill and Thompson, Laura (2023). Storytelling and affiliation between healthcare staff in Schwartz Round interactions: A conversation analytic study. Social science and medicine, 333 ,

Atkins, Sarah (2023). The ethics of engagement::Research relationships in an applied linguistics partnership with a professional medical body. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice ,

Petyko, Marton, Busso, Lucia, Grant, Tim and Atkins, Sarah (2022). The Aston Forensic Linguistic Databank (FoLD). Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 9 (1), pp. 9-24.

Busso, Lucia, Petyko, Marton, Atkins, Sarah and Grant, Tim (2022). Operation Heron – Latent topic changes in an abusive letter series. Corpora, 17 (2), pp. 225-258.

Tsuchiya, Keiko, Coffey, Frank, Nakamura, Kyota, Mackenzie, Andrew, Atkins, Sarah, Chalupnik, Malgorzata, Whitfield,, Alison, Sakai, Takuma, Timmons, Stephen, Abe, Takeru, Saitoh, Takeshi, Taneichi, Akira, Vernon, Mike, Crundall, David and Fuyuno, Miharu (2022). Action request episodes in trauma team interactions in Japan and the UK - A multimodal analysis of joint actions in medical simulation. Journal of Pragmatics, 194 , pp. 101-118.

Chalupnik, Malgorzata and Atkins, Sarah (2020). “Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training. Journal of Pragmatics, 160 , pp. 80-96.

Atkins, Sarah (2019). Assessing health professionals’ communication through role-play:An interactional analysis of simulated versus actual general practice consultations. Discourse Studies, 21 (2), pp. 109-134.

Atkins, Sarah and Roberts, Celia (2018). Assessing institutional empathy in medical settings. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 13 (1-3), pp. 11-33.

Hawthorne, Kamila, Roberts, Celia and Atkins, Sarah (2017). Sociolinguistic factors affecting performance in the Clinical Skills Assessment of the MRCGP: a mixed-methods approach. British Journal of General Practice (Open), 1 (1), pp. 1-9.

Atkins, Sarah, Roberts, Celia, Hawthorne, Kamila and Greenhalgh, Trisha (2016). Simulated Consultations: A sociolinguistic perspective. BMC Medical Education, 16 ,

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