Katherine Kenny
Katherine Kenny
ARC DECRA Senior Research Fellow, The University of Sydney
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The biopolitics of global health: Life and death in neoliberal time
KE Kenny
Journal of Sociology 51 (1), 9-27, 2015
Antimicrobial resistance as a problem of values? Views from three continents
A Broom, K Kenny, B Prainsack, J Broom
Critical Public Health 31 (4), 451-463, 2021
“It doesn’t exist…”: negotiating palliative care from a culturally and linguistically diverse patient and caregiver perspective
E Kirby, Z Lwin, K Kenny, A Broom, H Birman, P Good
BMC palliative care 17, 1-10, 2018
The paradoxical effects of COVID-19 on cancer care: current context and potential lasting impacts
A Broom, K Kenny, A Page, N Cort, ES Lipp, AC Tan, DM Ashley, ...
Clinical Cancer Research 26 (22), 5809-5813, 2020
Moral ambivalence and informal care for the dying
A Broom, E Kirby, K Kenny, J MacArtney, P Good
The Sociological Review 64 (4), 987-1004, 2016
Reconsidering the nursing role in antimicrobial stewardship: a multisite qualitative interview study
E Kirby, A Broom, K Overton, K Kenny, JJ Post, J Broom
BMJ open 10 (10), e042321, 2020
The meaning and experience of bereavement support: A qualitative interview study of bereaved family caregivers
E Kirby, K Kenny, A Broom, J MacArtney, P Good
Palliative & Supportive Care 16 (4), 396-405, 2018
On waiting, hauntings and surviving: Chronicling life with cancer through solicited diaries
A Broom, K Kenny, E Kirby
The Sociological Review 66 (3), 682-699, 2018
In one’s own time: Contesting the temporality and linearity of bereavement
K Kenny, A Broom, E Kirby, D Ridge
Health 23 (1), 58-75, 2019
Terminal anticipation: Entanglements of affect and temporality in living with advanced cancer
K Kenny, A Broom, E Kirby, D Wyld, Z Lwin
Subjectivity 10, 374-392, 2017
Responses to a cancer diagnosis: a qualitative patient-centred interview study
ER Kirby, KE Kenny, AF Broom, JL Oliffe, S Lewis, DK Wyld, PM Yates, ...
Supportive Care in Cancer 28, 229-238, 2020
Improvisation, therapeutic brokerage and antibiotic (mis) use in India: a qualitative interview study of Hyderabadi physicians and pharmacists
A Broom, K Kenny, E Kirby, N George, M Chittem
Critical Public Health 30 (1), 16-27, 2020
The collective/affective practice of cancer survivorship
A Broom, K Kenny, E Kirby, Z Lwin
The British Journal of Sociology 70 (4), 1582-1601, 2019
A sociology of precision‐in‐practice: The affective and temporal complexities of everyday clinical care
K Kenny, A Broom, A Page, B Prainsack, CE Wakefield, M Itchins, Z Lwin, ...
Sociology of Health & Illness 43 (9), 2178-2195, 2021
The modern hospital executive, micro improvements, and the rise of antimicrobial resistance
A Broom, K Kenny, E Kirby, M Davis, S Dodds, J Post, J Broom
Social Science & Medicine 285, 114298, 2021
Reciprocity, autonomy, and vulnerability in men’s experiences of informal cancer care
K Kenny, A Broom, E Kirby, JL Oliffe, D Wyld, Z Lwin
Qualitative health research 30 (4), 491-503, 2020
Cultural ontologies of cancer in India
A Broom, K Kenny, V Bowden, N Muppavaram, M Chittem
Critical Public Health 28 (1), 48-58, 2018
The social meanings of choice in living-with advanced breast cancer
S Lewis, K Kenny, A Broom, E Kirby, F Boyle
Social Science & Medicine 280, 114047, 2021
Entanglements of affect, space, and evidence in pandemic healthcare: An analysis of Australian healthcare workers’ experiences of COVID-19
LW Veazey, A Broom, K Kenny, C Degeling, S Hor, J Broom, M Wyer, ...
Health & Place 72, 102693, 2021
Antimicrobial overuse in India: A symptom of broader societal issues including resource limitations and financial pressures
J Broom, A Broom, K Kenny, M Chittem
Global Public Health 16 (7), 1079-1087, 2021
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