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‘Ballinasloe Asylum: A Perfectly Ordered Establishment?’ in P. Prior (ed), Irish Asylums: Mental Health Care in Ireland since 1800 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2011).
‘Danger and Delight’: conceptualising the insane in nineteenth-century Ireland’ in M. Preston and M. Ó hÓgartaigh (eds.) Gender, Medicine and the State, 1750-1950 (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, Publication date January 2011).
‘”I saw no reason why they should suffer”: Dr Dermot Kelly and the introduction of epidural anaesthetic in labour in Ireland’, Irish Medical Journal, (March, 2011).
Psychiatric nurses and their patients: the Irish perspective’ in P. Dale (ed.) Nursing the mentally disordered: Struggles that shaped the working lives of paid carers in institutional and community settings from 1800 to the 1980s (proposal with readers, Manchester University Press)