J Eyles

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McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada 
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Harris B, Eyles J, Goudge J. (2016) WAYS OF DOING: RESTORATIVE PRACTICES, GOVERNMENTALITY, AND PROVIDER CONDUCT IN POST-APARTHEID HEALTH CARE. Medical Anthropology
Fried J, Harris B, Eyles J, et al. (2015) Acceptable care? Illness constructions, healthworlds, and accessible chronic treatment in South Africa. Qualitative Health Research. 25: 622-35
Edge S, Eyles J. (2015) Contested Governmentalities: NGO enrollment and influence over chemical risk governance rationales and practices Environmental Policy and Governance. 25: 188-200
Eyles J, Fried J, Eyles EC. (2014) Redacted in Nebraska: The noises of conspiracy around nuclear power problems Geojournal. 79: 329-342
Edge S, Eyles J. (2013) Message in a bottle: claims disputes and the reconciliation of precaution and weight-of-evidence in the regulation of risks from Bisphenol A in Canada Health, Risk and Society. 15: 432-448
Masuda JR, Robinson K, Elliott SJ, et al. (2012) Chronic disease prevention and the politics of scale: lessons from Canadian health reform. Social Work in Public Health. 27: 639-57
Fried J, Harris B, Eyles J. (2012) Hopes interrupted: accessing and experiences of antiretroviral therapy in South Africa. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 88: 147-51
Eyles J, Fried J. (2012) 'Technical breaches' and 'eroding margins of safety' - Rhetoric and reality of the nuclear industry in Canada Risk Management. 14: 126-151
Dam H, Eyles J. (2012) "Home tonight? What? Where?" An exploratory study of the meanings of house, home and family among the former Vietnamese refugees in a Canadian city Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung. 13
Moshabela M, Schneider H, Cleary SM, et al. (2011) Does accessibility to antiretroviral care improve after down-referral of patients from hospitals to health centres in rural South Africa? African Journal of Aids Research : Ajar. 10: 393-401
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