Outputs

Peer-reviewed papers

Weiner, K., Will, C., Henwood, F. & Williams, R. (2020) Everyday Curation? Attending to data, records and record keeping in the practices of self-monitoring. Big Data and Society. DOI: 10.1177/2053951720918275 [OPEN ACCESS].

Williams, R., Will, C., Weiner, K. & Henwood, F. (2020) Navigating standards, encouraging interconnections: Infrastructuring digital health platforms. Information, Communication and Society, 23, 8, 1170-1186 [OPEN ACCESS].

Williams, R., Weiner, K., Henwood, F., & Will, C. (2020). Constituting practices, shaping markets: remaking healthy living through commercial promotion of blood pressure monitors and scales. Critical Public Health, 30(1), pp.28-40. [50 free online copies available]

K Weiner & C Will (2018) Thinking with care infrastructures: people, devices and the home in home blood pressure monitoring. Sociology of Health and Illness. 40(2) pp.270-282 [OPEN ACCESS]

Working papers

Weiner, K., Henwood, F., Will, C. and Williams, R. (2017) Self-monitoring for health: questions for an emerging field, Knowledge Care and the Practices of Self-Monitoring Working Paper, [download]

Final Project Reports for Funder

Weiner, K., et al., (2020) , Leverhulme Trust Grant RPG-2015-348, Knowledge, care and the practices of self-monitoring: End of Award Final Report.

Weiner, K., et al., (2020)  Leverhulme Trust Grant RPG-2015-348, Knowledge, care and the practices of self-monitoring: Brief Project Summary.

Conference and invited papers

K Weiner, C Will, F Henwood, R Williams (2019) Everyday curation: attending to data, records and record keeping in the practices of self-monitoring. Data practices: recorded, provoked, invented: Annual conference of the Medien Der Kooperation Research Centre, University of Siegen, 24-26 October, 2019. [blog] *invited paper*

K Weiner, C Will, F Henwood, R Williams and J Andrews (2019) Relating with data: stories of self-monitoring with care. 4S 2019, New Orleans, USA. 7th September 2019. [blog].

J Andrews, K Weiner, C Will and F Henwood (2019) What are primary care professionals’ views on patients’ use of self-monitoring technologies at home? Society for Academic Primary Care Annual Scientific Meeting 2019. University of Exeter, 5th July 2019.

C Will, K Weiner, R Williams, J Andrews and F Henwood (2019) Relating with data: stories of self-monitoring with care. Big Data and the Power of Narrative. IT University of Copenhagen, 21st-22nd March 2019 [blog].

K Weiner, C Will, R Williams and F Henwood (2018) Records, Self-Monitoring and Everyday Data Practices. BSA Medical Sociology Conference 2018, Glasgow Caledonian University, 14 September 2018 [abstract].

K Weiner & C Will (2018) Partial Vistas: Records, self-monitoring and everyday data practices. EASST 2018, Lancaster University, 29 July 2018.

R Williams, C Will, K Weiner and F Henwood (2018) Data mining in the cloud?: Towards a sociology of digital health platforms, ISA Quadrennial Congress, Toronto, Canada, 20 July 2018.

K Weiner & C Will (2018) Records, self-monitoring and everyday data practices. STSLab Research Seminar, Université de Lausanne, 6 June 2018. [abstract and blog] *invited paper*

K Weiner, R Williams, C Will & F Henwood (2017) The role of self-monitoring in care infrastructures: policy imaginaries and everyday practice. Reconfiguring care infrastructures: austerity and innovation in European Welfare Services, University of Sussex, 15 November 2017. [abstract and blog]

K Weiner & C Will (2017) Infrastructuring home blood pressure monitoring. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, 14 September 2017. [blog]

R Williams, K Weiner, F Henwood & C Will (2017) Tracking Ourselves?: Imagining Users, Shaping Markets. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference *Digital Health Special Event*, University of York, 14 September 2017. [blog]

R Williams, K Weiner, C Will & F Henwood (2017) Everyday Practices of Health Self-Monitoring: Exploring Commercial Imaginaries of Self-Monitoring. Practice Theory and Public Health, Lancaster University, 7th-8th September 2017. [abstract and blog]

R Williams, K Weiner, F Henwood & C Will (2017) Tracking Ourselves?: Imagining Users, Shaping Markets. Science in Public 11th Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, 13 July 2017. [abstract and blog]

R Williams (2017) Tracking ourselves?: Methods for exploring everyday health self-monitoring practices. Pyscho-Social Lives as Method, University of Sheffield, 5 July 2017. [information]

R Williams, K Weiner, F Henwood & C Will (2017) Tracking Ourselves?: Imagining Users, Shaping Markets. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, University of Manchester, 4 April 2017. [abstract]

K Weiner & R Williams (2016) Knowledge, care and the practices of self-monitoring. Faculty of Social Sciences Research Conference, Novotel, Sheffield, 13 September 2016. [slides]

K Weiner & C Will (2016) Infrastructuring home blood pressure monitoring. EASST/4S Joint Conference, CCIB, Barcelona, 31 August – 3 September 2016. [slides]

C Will & K Weiner (2016) Blocks and interferences: problems with the flow of blood pressure data, What’s Big Health Data good for? The Open University in London, 29 April 2016. [slides]

K Weiner & C Will (2015) Playing around with blood pressure monitors BSA Medical Sociology Group 47th Annual Conference, University of York, 9-11 September 2015. [slides]

K Weiner & C Will (2015) From knowledge to practice in self-monitoring: beyond narratives of responsibilisation and democratisation. 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Czech Technical University, Prague, 25-28 August 2015. [slides]

K Weiner & C Will (2015) The domestication of self-monitoring devices: beyond data practices? Data Power Conference, Cutlers Hall, Sheffield, 22-23 June 2015. [slides]