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Day, William, Larkin, Michael and Shaw, Rachel (2024). Combining collaging, phenomenology and photographs to meaningfully interact with participants’ creative self-representations. Methods in Psychology, 10 ,

Kilmartin, Bella and Day, William (2024). “It’s like tumbleweeds everywhere”: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the lived experience of being diagnosed with and living with narcolepsy. Journal of Health Psychology ,

Day, William (2023). Imaging new futures while reengaging with the past: QMiP at the European Congress of Psychology: 3rd-6th July, 2023. QMiP Bulletin (36), pp. 52-54.

Day, William and Shaw, Rachel (2022). When benefit eligibility and patient-led care intersect. Living in the UK with chronic illness:Experiences of the work capability assessment. Journal of Health Psychology, 27 (2), pp. 456-469.

Day, William, Shepperd, Daniel P and Shaw, Rachel L (2019). Beyond the script: on the inclusion of film within a discursive analysis and the immaculate construction of Daniel Blake. QMiP Bulletin, 27 , pp. 13-23.

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Day, William, Craythorne, Shioma-Lei, Moutela, Tiago, Slade, Katharine and Heath, Gemma (2024). Creative phenomenology within health and social care research: bridging the gap between experience and expression. IN: The Routledge International Handbook of Innovative Qualitative Psychological Research. Tseliou, Eleftheria; Demuth, Carolin; Georgaca, Eugenie and Gough, Brendan (eds) Routledge.


Day, William Benjamin (2023). "It feels like they're constantly looming". A Pluralistic, Qualitative Exploration of How the UK Health-Based Welfare Systems Are Experienced By Those Living With Chronic Unseen Health Conditions. PHD thesis, Aston University.

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