Talks



Hinchliff, S. (2017). Applying a critical (psychology) lens to the sexual agency and sexual well-being of older adults. International Society of Critical Health Psychology, Loughborough, UK
 
Hinchliff, S. (2016). Sexual well-being and older adults: Current understandings and future directions. British Society of Gerontology Annual conference, Scotland
 
Hinchliff, S. (2016). The sexual well-being of older people: Exploring intersections of gender, age and sexual orientation. British Psychological Society Annual conference, Nottingham
 
Tetley, J., Lee, D., Hinchliff, S. & Nazroo, J. (2016). What do older men and women say about their sexual health and wellbeing? A qualitative analysis. Gerontological Society of America Annual Conference. New Orleans, USA
 
Darwin, Z., Galdas, P. & Hinchliff, S. (2016). ‘I just get on with it’: Fathers’ perceptions of paternal stress in the perinatal period. Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology 36th Annual Conference, Leeds, UK
 
Mahmood, K., Blackett, T., Peat, A. & Hinchliff, S (2015). Kurdish women’s labour and birth experience. The MacroTrend Conference on Health & Medicine, Paris
 
Hinchliff, S. (2015). A critical look at the medicalisation of women’s sexuality at menopause and midlife. 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Prague
 
Hinchliff, S. (2015). Rethinking women’s sexual well-being at midlife and menopause: A crticial psychological perspective. Psychology of Women Annual Conference, Windsor Park, UK
 
Hinchliff, S. (2015). Sexual health and well-being in middle and late adulthood: Current knowledge and future directions. Older people and sexual wellbeing: Research, practice and educational issues. Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing (MICRA), University of Manchester
 
Hinchliff, S. (2014). Sexing-up the midlife woman: Cultural representations of aging, identity, and the sexy body. Aging and Society 4th Interdisciplinary Conference, Manchester, UK
 
Hinchliff, S and Gott, M (2014). Seeking and receiving help for sexual concerns in middle and late adulthood: Client and physician barriers. Canadian Association on Gerontology 43rd Annual Conference, Niagara Falls, Canada
 
Hinchliff, S. (2014). From asexual to sexually agentic: The sexualisation of ‘older’ women in contemporary media. Psychology of Women Annual Conference, Windsor Park, UK
 
Haglund, K. Hayter, M., Hinchliff, S. & Curtis, P. (2014). Perspectives of Youth Workers on Alcohol Use and Sexual Involvement among Adolescents in the UK. Midwest Nursing Research Society Annual Research Conference, St. Louis, Missouri USA
 
Hinchliff, S. (2013). Sexual well-being in middle and late adulthood: What we know and what we need to know. Sex in the City (of Birmingham): Promoting the Sexual Well-being of adults aged 40+. The Institute of Advanced Studies Primary Care Clinical Sciences, School of Health and Population Sciences, University of Birmingham
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott. M. (2013). Ageing and sexuality: Do older adults talk to health professionals about their sexual health and well being needs? International Society of Critical Health Psychology Conference, Bradford, UK
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2012). Interactions between health professionals and older adults about their sexual health and well-being needs. Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK
 
G. Jones, H. Bowes, M. Alazzam, H. Wood, S. Hinchliff, W. Ledger, J. Tidy (2011). Understanding and improving health-related quality of life Issues in the treatment of endometrial cancer – a qualitative study. 17th International Meeting of the European Society of Gynaecological Oncology, Milan, Italy
 
Hinchliff, S. Gott, M. & Ingleton, C. (2011). A qualitative study of the changes in sexual life women can experience at midlife and menopause. 20th World Congress for Sexual Health, Glasgow
 
Hinchliff, S. (2011). Barriers to seeking and receiving help for sexual concerns in mid and later life. British Association of Sexual Educators symposium @ the 20th World Congress for Sexual Health, Glasgow
 
Hinchliff, S. (2010). Midlife & menopause: Coping with change. Annual Women’s Health Issues Conference, Warrington
 
Hinchliff, S. (2009). Health psychology and ageing: A new look at sexual and reproductive health in the UK. International Society of Critical Health Psychology Conference, Switzerland
 
Hinchliff, S. Gott, M. & Ingleton, C. (2009). Sexuality, menopause and midlife: Exploring women’s perspectives. International Society of Critical Health Psychology Conference, Switzerland
 
Gott, M. Hinchliff, S. & Ingleton, C (2009) Learning how to be an ‘older woman’: negotiating cultural scripts of ageing after the menopause. Gender ageing and the body conference, British Sociological Association. London
 
Gott, M., Hinchliff, S., Ingleton, C. (2009) Learning how to be an ‘older women’: Negotiating cultural scripts of ageing following the menopause. International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Paris
 
Hinchliff, S. Gott, M. & Wilson, F. (2008). Women & menopause: understanding decision-making around HRT. Royal College of Nursing International Nursing Research Conference, Liverpool
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2007). Challenging social myths and stereotypes of women and ageing – ‘older’ heterosexual women talk about sex. British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2006). Pleasure, duty, fulfilment, love – why do women have sex? British Psychological Society Annual Conference. City Hall, Cardiff
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2005). The meaning of sexuality for women at mid and later life. International Society of Critical Health Psychology. Marriott Hotel, Sheffield
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2004). Impact of sexual problems on psychological well-being: Experiences of women who have lost sexual desire. Let’s talk about sex… conference. Trent Focus, Trent Institute for Health Services Research and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Conference. Northern General Hospital, Sheffield
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2004). ‘There’s something wrong with you if you don’t enjoy it’: Women’s sexual problems and psychological well-being. British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference. Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2004). Managing a sexual relationship in the context of ‘not wanting it’: Experiences from women who have lost sexual desire. 18th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Helsinki
 
Hinchliff, S. Gott, M. & Galena, E. (2004). Managing the sexual health needs of lesbian and gay patients in the primary care context: A qualitative study with General Practitioners. 7th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology. Brighton
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Galena, E. (2003). Talking about sex in primary care: Gender relations in the consultation. British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference. Staffordshire University
 
Hinchliff, S., Gott, M. & Galena, E. (2003). Sexual health, gender and primary care: A qualitative study with patients and GPs. 17th Annual Conference of the European Health Psychology Society. Kos Island
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2003). Sex and ageing: a gendered issue. The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, San Antonio, Texas.
 
Gott, M., Hinchliff, S., Galena E., Elford H. (2003). GP and practice nurse attitudes towards discussing sexual health issues with older people in primary care. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
 
Gott, M., Galena, E., Hinchliff, S. & Elford, H. (2003). Discussing sexual health with older people in primary care: Medical and nursing perspectives. European Gerontology Meeting, Barcelona, Spain.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2003). How important is sex to the quality of life of older people? The International Society for Sexual and Impotence Research, Montreal.
 
Hinchliff, S. (2002). Self, setting and drug: An insight from the life-world of ecstasy users. Part of the symposium ‘Applying the phenomenology of the lifeworld in social psychological research’. British Psychological Society Social Psychology Section Annual Conference. University of Huddersfield, England.
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2002). ‘We’ve had a good innings’: Sexual health and the ageing self. The British Psychological Society Annual Conference. Blackpool, England.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2002). Sex and ageing: A gendered issue? Reconceptualising Gender and Ageing International Symposium. University of Surrey, England.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2002). An asexual old age: Myth or reality? The British Society of Gerontology Annual Conference. University of Birmingham, England.
 
Galena, E., Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2002). Barriers to discussing sexual health with older people in primary care. The 6th Congress of the European Federation of Sexology, Cyprus
 
Gott M, Hinchliff S, Galena E. (2002). Discussing later life sexual health issues in primary care: Patient and professional perspectives. American Gerontological Association Annual Conference, Boston
 
Hinchliff, S. & Gott, M. (2001). The importance of sexual relationships in the lives of older married individuals. The British Society of Gerontology 30th Annual Conference. University of Stirling, Scotland.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2001). Researching sexual health issues with older people: Methodological challenges. The British Society of Gerontology 30th Annual Conference. University of Stirling, Scotland.
 
Gott, M. & Hinchliff, S. (2001). Identifying the sexual health needs of older people: Findings from a programme of research. 17th Congress of the International Association of Gerontology. Vancouver, Canada.

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