Dr Michelle Winslow BA (Hons) PhD
University Teacher in Adult Palliative
and End of Life Care
Office located at:
The School of Nursing and Midwifery
Room B09, Barber House Annexe
3a Clarkehouse Road
Sheffield, S10 2LA
T: +44 (0) 114 22 22077
I joined the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM) in January 2014 from the Academic Unit of Supportive Care, where I worked on numerous palliative care and end of life studies. Within the SNM I am University Teacher in Adult Palliative and End of Life Care. I also lead the Oral History Group which focuses on oral history research in healthcare and works with palliative care providers in establishing oral history projects.
In 2007 I established an oral history project in the Palliative Care Unit, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield, to create life history recordings as personal and family records and for use in research and education. Since then I have established further oral history projects in England and Northern Ireland based on the Sheffield model and in 2016 extended this work to people with dementia.
My research interests are palliative care and end of life issues, oral history and life story methodologies with a focus on older people, qualitative research methods, medical humanities, history of medicine.
Oral history in palliative care; inequalities in health; research skills.
I have leading roles with the Oral History Society (UK), as Trustee, accredited trainer, Regional Network Representative (S.Yorkshire) and Website Coordinator.
Telling stories and preserving memories: oral history in palliative care
Funding: Ashgate Hospicecare
- Ahmed N, Hughes P, Winslow M, Bath PA, Collins K & Noble B (2015) A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of a Holistic Needs Assessment Questionnaire in a Supportive and Palliative Care Service. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 50(5), 587-598. View this article in WRRO
- Winslow M & Smith S (2015) OA19 Can oral history in palliative care influence the well-being of participants and the bereaved?. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, 5(Suppl 1), A6.2-A6.
- Noble B, King N, Woolmore A, Hughes P, Winslow M, Melvin J, Brooks J, Bravington A, Ingleton C & Bath PA (2015) Can comprehensive specialised end-of-life care be provided at home? Lessons from a study of an innovative consultant-led community service in the UK.. Eur J Cancer Care (Engl), 24(2), 253-266. View this article in WRRO
- Hughes P, Ahmed N, Winslow M, Walters SJ, Collins K & Noble B (2015) Consumer views on a new holistic screening tool for supportive and palliative-care needs: Sheffield Profile for Assessment and Referral for Care (SPARC): a survey of self-help support groups in health care.. Health Expect, 18(4), 562-577.
- Winslow M & Smith S (2014) How does providing an oral history at the end of life influence well-being of the individual and the bereaved?. BMJ Support Palliat Care, 4 Suppl 1, A16.
- Winslow M & Meldrum M (2013) A History of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 61-71.
- Gardiner C, Gott M, Ingleton C, Hughes P, Winslow M & Bennett MI (2012) Attitudes of health care professionals to opioid prescribing in end-of-life care: a qualitative focus group study.. J Pain Symptom Manage, 44(2), 206-214.
- Gardiner C, Gott M, Ingleton C, Hughes P, Winslow M & Bennett MI (2012) Attitudes of health care professionals to opioid prescribing in end-of-life care: A qualitative focus group study. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 44(2), 206-214.
- Winslow M, Smith S & Noble B (2011) Can oral history improve healthcare professionals understanding of patients in palliative care?. BMJ Support Palliat Care, 1(2), 199.
- Winslow M, Hitchlock K & Noble B (2009) Recording lives: The benefits of an oral history service. European Journal of Palliative Care, 16(3), 128-130.
- Winslow M, Seymour J & Clark D (2005) Stories of cancer pain: A historical perspective. J PAIN SYMPTOM MANAG, 29(1), 22-31.