Journal articles


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Fileborn, B., Lyons, A., Heywood, W., Hinchliff, S., Malta, S., Dow, B., Brown, G., Barrett, C. & Minichiello, V. (In Press). Talking to healthcare providers about sex in later life: the experiences of a sample of older Australian men and women. Australasian Journal on Ageing
 
Fileborn, B., Lyons, A., Hinchliff, S., Brown, G., Heywood, W., Dow, B., Malta, S. & Minichiello, V. (In press). Improving the sexual lives of older Australians: perspectives from a qualitative study. Australasian Journal on Ageing
 
Lyons, A., Heywood, W., Fileborn, B., Minichiello, V., Barrett, C., Brown, G., Hinchliff, S., Malta, S. & Crameri, P. (2017). The Sex, Age, and Me Study: Recruitment and sampling for a large mixed-methods study of sexual health and relationships in an older Australian population. Culture, Health & Sexuality
 
Hinchliff, S. Tetley, J. Lee, D. & Nazroo, J. (2017). Older people’s experiences of sexual problems: Findings from the English Longitudinal Study on Ageing (ELSA). Journal of Sex Research (open access)
 
Darwin, Z., Galdas, P., Hinchliff, S., Littlewood, E., McMillan, D., McGowan, L. & Gilbody, S. on behalf of the BaBY study team (2017). Fathers’ views and experiences of perinatal mental health: A qualitative interview study of men participating in the UK Born and Bred in Yorkshire (BaBY) cohort. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth (open access)
 
Fileborn, B., Brown, G., Lyons, A., Hinchliff, S., Heywood, W., Minichiello, V., Malta, S., Barrett, C., & Crameri, P. (2017). Safer sex in later life: Qualitative interviews with older Australians on their understandings and practices of safer sex. Journal of Sex Research
 
Fileborn, F., Lyons, L., Hinchliff, S., Brown, G., Heywood, W. & Minichiello, V. (2017). Learning about sex in later life: Sources of education and older Australian adults. Sex Education, 17(2), 165-179
 
Fileborn, B., Hinchliff, S., Lyons, A., Heywood, W., Minichiello, V., Brown, G., Malta, S., Barrett, C. & Crameri, P. (2017). The importance of sex, and the meaning of sex and sexual pleasure for men aged 60 and older: Findings from a qualitative interview study. Archives of Sexual Behavior
 
Lyons, A., Heywood, W., Fileborn, B., Minichiello, V., Barrett, C., Brown, G., Hinchliff, S., Malta, S. & Crameri, P. (2017). Sexually active older Australian men’s and women’s knowledge of sexually transmitted infections and safer sexual practices. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Public Health (open access)
 
Heywood, W., Lyons, A., Fileborn, B., Minichiello, V., Barrett, C., Brown, G., Hinchliff, S., Malta, S. & Crameri, P. (2016). Self-reported testing and treatment histories for sexually transmitted infections among older at-risk Australian men and women. Sexual Health, 14(2), 139-146
 
Dalrymple, J. Booth, J., Flowers, P., Hinchliff, S. & Lorimer, K. (2016). Socio-cultural influences upon knowledge of sexually transmitted infections: A qualitative study with heterosexual middle-aged adults in Scotland. Reproductive Health Matters, 24(48), 34-42
 
Tetley, J., Lee, D.M., Nazroo, J. & Hinchliff, S. (2016). Let’s talk about sex – what do older men and women say about their sexual relations and sexual activities? A qualitative analysis of data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA). Ageing & Society (open Access)
 
McGarry, J., Ali, P. & Hinchliff, S. (2016). Older women, intimate partner violence and mental health: A consideration of the particular issues for health and health care practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing
 
Yadave, M., Hinchliff, S., Hayter, M. & Wylie, K. (2015). The perspectives of psychosexual therapists towards using play therapy techniques in sex and relationship therapy: A qualitative study. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, 30(4), 408-418
 
Kao, HT., Hayter, M., Hinchliff, S., Tsai, CH & Hsu, MT. (2015). Experience of pelvic floor muscle exercises among women in Taiwan: A qualitative study of improvement in urinary incontinence and sexuality. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(13-14), 1985-1994
 
Bowes, H., Jones, G., Thompson, J., Wood, H., Hinchliff, S., Ledger, W. & Tidy, J. (2014). Understanding the impact of the treatment pathway upon the health-related quality of life of women with newly diagnosed endometrial cancer – A qualitative study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 18(2), 211-217
 
Fisher, J. & Hinchliff, S. (2013). Immigrant women’s perceptions of their maternity care: A review of the literature (part 1). The Practising Midwife, January 2013. 16(1), 20-22
 
Fisher, J. & Hinchliff, S. (2013). Immigrant women’s perceptions of their maternity care: A review of the literature (part 2). The Practising Midwife, February 2013. 16(2), 32-34
 
Bellamy, G., Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2013). Women’s understandings of sexual problems: Findings from an in-depth interview study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22(23-24), 3240–3248
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Wylie, K. (2012). A qualitative study of heterosexual women’s attempts to renegotiate sexual relationships in the context of severe sexual problems. Archives of Sexual Behavior 41(5), 1253-1261
 
Hinchliff, S., & Gott, M. (2011). Seeking medical help for sexual concerns in mid and later life: A review of the literature. Annual Review of Sex Research 48(2), 106-11
 
Bellamy, G., Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2011).Controversies and contentions: A gay man conducting research with women about their understandings of sexuality, sex and sexual problems. Culture, Health & Sexuality 13(6), 699-712
 
Bellamy, G., Gott, M., & Hinchliff, S. (2011). Contemporary women’s understandings of female sexuality: Findings from an in-depth interview study. Sexual & Relationship Therapy, 26(1), 84-95
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Ingleton, C. (2010). Sex, menopause and social context: A qualitative study with heterosexual women. Journal of Health Psychology 15(5), 724-733 (special issue on ageing)
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Wiley, K. (2009). Holding onto womanhood: A qualitative study of heterosexual women with sexual desire loss. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 13(4), 447-463
 
Hinchliff, S. (2009). Ageing and sexual health in the UK: How should health psychology respond to the challenges? Journal of Health Psychology, 14(3), 355-360
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2008). Challenging social myths and stereotypes of women and ageing – heterosexual women talk about sex. Journal of Women & Aging, 20(1/2), 65-81
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Galena, E. (2005). ‘I daresay I might find it embarrassing’: General practitioners’ perspectives on discussing sexual health issues with lesbian and gay patients. Health and Social Care in the Community, 13(4), 345-353
 
McKee, K., Wilson, F., Chung, M.C., Hinchliff, S., Goudie, F., Elford, H., & Mitchell, C. (2005). Reminiscence, regrets and activity in older people in residential care: Associations with psychological health. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 44(4), 543-561
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2004). Intimacy, commitment and adaptation: Sexual relationships within long-term marriages. Journal of Social & Personal Relationships, 21(5), 595-609
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2004). Perceptions of well-being in sexual ill-health: What role does age play? Journal of Health Psychology, 9(5), 649-660
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Galena, E. (2004). GPs’ perceptions of the gender-related barriers to discussing sexual health in consultations: A qualitative study. European Journal of General Practice, 10, 56-60
 
Gott, M., Galena, E., Hinchliff, S. & Elford, H. (2004). ‘Opening a can of worms’: GP and practice nurse barriers to talking about sexual health in primary care. Family Practice, 21(5), 528-536
 
Gott, M., Hinchliff, S. & Galena, E. (2004). General practitioner attitudes to discussing sexual health issues with older people. Social Science & Medicine, 58, 2093-2103.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2003). Barriers to seeking treatment for sexual problems in primary care: A qualitative study with older people. Family Practice, 20, 690-695.
 
Gott, M & Hinchliff, S. (2003). How important is sex in later life? The views of older people. Social Science & Medicine, 56, 1617-1628.
 
McKee, K.J., Wilson, F., Elford, H., Hinchliff, S., Bolton, G., Chung, M.C. & Goudie, F. (2003).  Reminiscence: Is living in the past good for wellbeing?  Nursing & Residential Care, 5(10), 489-491.
 
Hinchliff, S. (2001). The meaning of ecstasy use to women in the late 1990s. International Journal of Drug Policy, 12(5-6), 455-468.
 
Hinchliff, S. (2000). Mad for it: Ecstatic women. Druglink, 15(5), 14-17

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