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Helen S. Lambert
HIV & sexual health in India
Notions of evidence in medicine & anthropology
|Address:||dept of social medicine
bristol, avon bs8 2pr
|Primary Phone:||+44 117 9287329|
|List Affiliations:||Former Advisory Board Member for H-MedAnthro
Asian History / Studies
Research and Methodology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
B.A.Hons., M.A.(Oxon.), D.Phil.
1999- Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology, Bristol University
1991-99 Senior Lecturer in Medical Anthropology, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Lambert, H Accounting for EBM: Notions of evidence in medicine. Social Science and Medicine, 2006; 11:2633-2645.
Lambert, H, McKevitt, C. Anthropology in health research: from qualitative methods to multidisciplinarity. BMJ, 2002; 325: 210-213.
Lambert, H, ‘Not talking about sex in India: Indirection and the communication of bodily intention’, in J. Hendry and B. Watson (ed.), An anthropology of indirect communication [A.S.A.volume], London: Routledge, 2001:51-67.
Lambert H, Methods and meanings in anthropological, epidemiological and clinical encounters: The case of sexually transmitted disease and HIV control and prevention in India. Tropical Medicine and International Health 3 (12):1002-1010, 1998.