Core Teaching Responsibilities
HS201 - Health Illness and Society
HS301 - Critical Social Psychology
HS305 - Health Policy and Practice: sociological approaches
HS948 - Qualitative Health Research
PhD and Professional Doctorate students: Current students
Anthony Adoghe, Ph.D. area: Social Media and Public Health
Peter Hall, Ph.D. area: Mental Health, Home Treatment and Social Work
Laura Knight, Ph.D. area: Health, Wellbeing and Happiness
Zainab Palawan, Ph.D. area: Public Health and Conflict
Nicola Rooke, Ph.D. area: Service User Involvement in Professional Education
Mike Scanlan - Ph.D. - Read yourself well: a qualitative exploration of Prescribed Bibliotherapy
Lynn Prendergast - Ph.D. - Organisational Culture, Secondment and Social Care: An Exploration of a Partnership Organisation in the East of England
Mark Mgobo - Ph.D. - A Qualitative Exploration of Corporate Leadership in a Primary Care Trust
Claire Morrish - D.Clin.Psy. - Victimhood in Domestic Violence: An analysis of the discourse of clinical psychologists and relational therapists
Speed, E. & Glynos, J. (2012) Varieties of Co-production, invited workshop presentation, Time Banking UK annual conference, London
Speed, E. & Gabe, J. (2012) ConDeming the NHS: countervailing powers and the passing of the Health & Social Care Act, 44th BSA Annual Medical Sociology Group Conference, University of Leicester
Glynos, J. and Speed E. (2011) Varieties of Coproduction in the delivery of public services: The case of timebanking and health, 6th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis, Cardiff University
Speed, E (2011) Reforming Healthcare: A question of sustainabilities, 11th Annual Conference on Critical Political Theory, University of Essex
Speed, E. (2010) From Quality to Choice to Austerity: Logics of Governance in Healthcare Policy, presented at Panel on Innovation and Change in Public Services - Critical Perspectives, Critical Governance Conference, University of Warwick
Speed, E. and Busfield, J. (2010) Prioritising Happiness: A Social Scientific and Policy Mistake, Presented at British Sociological Association Happiness Study Group, London.
Glynos, J. and Speed, E. (2010) Community Economy Initiatives & Health Policy under New Labour: The Case of Time Banks, Fifth Interpretive Policy Analysis Conference, Grenoble, France.
Speed, E. and Griggs, S. (2010) Towards a Political Sociology of Public Policy, Invited Paper ESRC Seminar Series on Policy and Practice, De Montfort University.
Speed, E. (2010) Service User Spring School, Invited Paper National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Workshop on Sharing Innovative Practice, Wellcome Conference Centre, London.
Speed, E. and Pettinger, L. (2009) Mutualism and Markets: An Exploration of Moral Regulation in ‘The Wire’, The Wire as Social Science Fiction Conference, Leeds Town Hall, University of York.
Glynos, J, and Speed, E. (2009) Timebanking as a Community Economy? A Political Discourse Theory Approach to Health-related Social Economy Policy Initiatives, ESRC Networks of Methodological Innovation Discourse Analysis Network Conference, University of Essex.
Speed, E. (2009) Choose health: constructions of choice in health policy, ESRC Networks of Methodological Innovation Policy Practitioner Seminar, University of Birmingham.
Coelho, T., Speed, E., dos Santos, A., Góes, S., Rodrigues, L., and Fagundes, H. (2009) Avoiding Identities: Health Between Submission and Resistance, 12th World Congress on Public Health, Istanbul.
Speed, E. (2008) Discourses of Acceptance and Resistance: Speaking out about Psychiatry, Invited Keynote Paper, De-Medicalising Misery II conference, University College London.
Speed, E. (2008) Choice and Safety: the invocation of morals into processes of quality assurance and risk regulation in a health care context, International Sociology Association First Forum of Sociology, Barcelona.
Consultant on the Irish National Disability Authority Guidelines for Including People with Disabilities in Research (2002).
Member of the British Sociological Association (BSA). Elected committee member of BSA Medical Sociology (MedSoc) study group (2010 onwards), member of BSA study group on Sociology of Mental Health and BSA study group on Sociology of Social and Public Policy.
Member of organising committee for ESRC Seminar Series: Social Science and Mental Health (2006-2008).
Member of organising committee for ESRC Networks for Methodological Innovation (NMI) Discourse Analysis Network.
Ewen has refereed articles and proposals for the British Journal of Sociology, International Journal of Nursing Studies, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Journal of Historical Sociology, Journal of Social Policy & Society, Social Movement Studies, Sociology of Health and Illness, Sociological Review, Sage, Palgrave, Oxford University Press, the British Academy, ESRC, Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences, Belgian Federal Science Policy Office and ZonMx Dutch Preventative Health Network.
Ewen has delivered summer schools in Discourse Analysis and Health at the University of Essex Social Science Summer School, the European Consortium for Political Research Summer School (Lubljana, Slovenia) and at the School of Collective Health, (State University of Feira de Santana, (UEFS), Salvador, Brazil).
He is currently an external examiner to the Department of Sociology at the Open University and to the School of Psychology at the University of East London.
He is a co-editor on www.cost-ofliving.net - a BSA supported blog about the politics, economics and sociology of health and health care