Dr Heather Morgan

Dr Heather Morgan
LLB (Hons), CertHE, MRes, FHEA, PhD, FRSA

Lecturer

Overview
Dr Heather Morgan
Dr Heather Morgan

Contact Details

Telephone
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Email
Address
The University of Aberdeen Postgraduate Education Group, Institute of Applied Health Sciences
1.077 Polwarth Building, University of Aberdeen, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD
 
Web Links

Academia.edu, FacebookLinkedIn, ResearchGate, Twitter

ORCID ID: orcid.org/0000-0002-6118-8911

 


I became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA) in 2018. My Fellow's profile is here

Biography

Heather is a multidisciplinary social scientist whose formal training spans law, French language, forensic medicine, philosophy, gender studies, social research, sociology, criminology and health services research. She was appointed as a Lecturer within the University of Aberdeen’s Postgraduate Education Group, Institute of Applied Health Sciences on 01 October 2017. She previously worked at the Chief Scientist Office-funded Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, from February 2012 to September 2017.

Heather has substantive research interests in digital health, methodological expertise in designing, leading and delivering qualitative and mixed methods studies in applied health sciences and a pedagogical research focus on postgraduate training and employment, within and beyond universities. She would welcome enquiries from potential PhD students or taught postgraduates who wish to work with her in any of these areas. Heather is a member of several national and international research groups and works closely with a range of community, government and industry partners to undertake and apply her research and facilitate student work placements.

To date, Heather has individually or jointly secured research funding totalling more than £1.6m. She is lead author or co-author of over twenty peer-reviewed papers and two edited collections. She reviews for a number of high impact journals/publishers and has assessed grant applications for the German government (by invitation). She is also active in public engagement with research and is a four-time Principal’s Prizes for Public Engagement with Research winner (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018) in recognition of her science communication activities. She was named 'Most Accessible Lecturer (Champion for Students with Disabilities)' and nominated 'Most Inspiring' in the Aberdeen University Student's Association and University of Aberdeen Awards for Excellence in Teaching 2019 and has been nominated 'Funniest Lecturer' in the 2020 awards. Heather is co-creator of Aberdeen’s original, free-to-play, location-based, augmented reality game for iOS devices: [m]apping.

Heather studied at the University of Aberdeen from 2001-2013 and received her first degree in Law - options in French Language and Forensic Medicine - (LLB (Hons)) in 2005, a Certificate (CertHE) in Gender Studies and Philosophy in 2006, a Masters (MRes) degree in Social Research in 2007 and her Doctorate (PhD) in 2013. She was awarded Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) in 2011. Heather led several multidisciplinary collaborations before transitioning into health services research in 2012. She was selected as a participant of the prestigious Scottish Crucible leadership and development programme in 2015. Heather also has external experience in the independent monitoring of prisons (Scottish Government, 2010-2013).

Research

Research Interests

Heather specialises in research into the use of (digital) technologies to generate, document, analyse and respond to information about human biomarkers and behaviours, by individuals and organisations. She researches how the addition or integration of such technologies into everyday living is viewed and experienced, the ways in which they impact on social life at a number of levels (e.g. personal, public, political, economic) and their implications, including unintended consequences.

Heather primarily uses qualitative approaches to data collection and analysis, often involving ethnographic, narrative and case study methods, in a range of settings. She also leads and/or contributes to mixed methods studies and has: undertaken systematic reviews (mixed methods and critical interpretive syntheses); utilised and developed behaviour change taxonomies; co-designed and co-analysed two large scale surveys and a discrete choice experiment; and managed feasibility and intervention (randomised controlled trial) studies.

Heather's pedagogical research explores postgraduate training, career development and employability.

She would welcome enquiries from potential PhD students or taught postgraduates who wish to work with her in any of these areas.

Current Research

Heather’s current substantive work explores people's uses, experiences and views of various health technologies within and independently of health and social care services (e.g.  wristwatch ECGs, smartwatches for running; ambulance drones; AI in the NHS; GPS in elite football; apps for resistance training; nutrition tracking; medical education simulation; fertility tracking; sleep hygiene; athletes’ use of performance apps; apps/wearables for weight loss; video-delivery of exercise programmes in sheltered housing); electronic records in ambulances (ERA); post-intensive care rehabilitation: an evaluation of the scaling up of the InS:PIRE programme; RAACENO: the use of devices to inform prevention of childhood asthma attacks; and blockchain technology’s potential application for health services and research.

Her pedagogical research considers the development of graduate attributes through work based placements at postgraduate level.

Heather's previous work looked at: European Fans in Training (EuroFIT): working with professional football clubs to help men become more active and less sedentary; self-management of long-term health conditions (including using health self-monitoring technologies); surveillance interventions for healthy behaviours in pregnancy (particularly around smoking, including the use of home indoor air quality monitoring and financial incentives contingent on carbon monoxide exhalation monitoring); and gender/deviance in police CCTV operations.

Research Grants

 

Dates

Award holder(s)

Funding body

Title

Value

2019-
2021

Co-applicant (PI:
David Fitzpatrick,
University of
Stirling)

Chief Scientist
Office
HIPS/19/28

Creating safe
handover systems for
the pre-hospital
environment

£269,963.00

2019-
2020

Co-applicant (PI:
Marjorie Johnston,
University of
Aberdeen)

Wellcome Trust
Institutional
Strategic
Support Fund
Public
Engagement
Fund

Engaging with he
Children of the 1950s
study: telling the story
of Aberdeen (talks,
sound, food)

 £9,002.00
2019

Personal Award

Aberdeen University Students’ Union and University of Aberdeen Excellence in Teaching Awards Winner: Most Accessible Lecturer (Champion for Students with Disabilities) £500.00 for activity
2019

Co-applicant (PI:
Zoe Skea,
University of
Aberdeen)

NHS Grampian

R&D
Endowments
Research Grant

Baby boxes and

parental capabilities:
developing a measure
of social outcomes

£10,427.00

2019

Co-applicant (PI:
Amudha Poobalan,
University of
Aberdeen)

Learning and

Teaching
Enhancement
Programme,
University of
Aberdeen

Enhancing

postgraduate learning
and experience:
Evaluation of the
SUCCESS PLUS
programme (SociocUltural
Coaching for
Careers and

Employability to
Support Success:
Pathways for Life
Underpinning
Success)

 £1,958.00

14 September 2018

Personal award

Principal's Prize, University of Aberdeen

Principal’s Prize for Public Engagement with Research 2018, Winner: Senior Category.

£400.00 + £400.00 for activity

2017-2020

Co-applicant (PI: Steve Turner, University of Aberdeen)

 

NIHR/EME

Research study: Reducing asthma attacks in children using exhaled nitric oxide as a biomarker to inform treatment strategy – a randomised trial (RAACENO).

£1,534,562.32

2016-2018

Co-convenor (with Beverley Searle, University of Dundee)

 

Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society (SAGES)

Funds to establish ‘Pollinating Wellbeing’ Forum.

£5,440.00

02 August 2017

Personal award

Principal’s Prize, University of Aberdeen

Principal’s Prize for Public Engagement with Research 2017, Outstanding Achievement: Early Career Category.

£200.00

July 2017

Co-PI (with Ed Welch and Pete Stollery, University of Aberdeen, and Andrew Sage, Andrew Sage Arts and Entertainment)

Aberdeen Humanities Fund/Development Trust: Cities of Ghosts

For the [M]apping knowledge exchange and commercialisation project.

£740.00

June 2017

Lead applicant, group award

Marie Curie Alumni Association, Scotland Chapter

Funds to support HSRU public engagement activity in late 2017.

£198.80

May 2017

Lead applicant, group award

Public Engagement with Research Unit, University of Aberdeen –  Enabling Award

Funds to support HSRU public engagement activity at May Festival 2017.

£424.60

May 2017

Co-PI (with Ed Welch and Pete Stollery, University of Aberdeen, and Andrew Sage, Andrew Sage Arts and Entertainment)

Sport Aberdeen/Aberdeen City Council using funds from The Heritage Lottery Fund

For the [M]apping knowledge exchange and commercialisation project. To work with Sport Aberdeen to co-create a version of our app for the March Stones initiative over summer 2017.

£1800.00

May 2017

Personal Award

Institute for Medical Education, University of Aberdeen

Funded summer intern position. To support exploration of digital health medical education in the UK.

£1500.00

February 2017

Personal award

Institute of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen

Staff Development Budget. To attend and present at a conference.

£300.00

January 2017

Co-PI (with Ed Welch and Pete Stollery, University of Aberdeen, and Andrew Sage, Andrew Sage Arts and Entertainment)

 

sound festival

For the [m]apping knowledge exchange and commercialisation project in the School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen to continue development of the [m]apping mobile application and link through to the Aberdeen soundsites project.

£2,219.00

February-July 2016

Co-PI (with Ed Welch and Pete Stollery, University of Aberdeen, and Andrew Sage, Andrew Sage Arts and Entertainment)

Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation award, University of Aberdeen

‘From GEOrge Washington Wilson to GEOtagging: Mapping and Apping the city.’ Award of funds to create a history, health, sonic, visual and tourism app, building on and combining our programme of recent public engagement with research activities: [m]apping.

£7,923.00

29 May 2016

Personal award

 

Principal’s Prize, University of Aberdeen

Principal’s Prize for Public Engagement with Research 2016, Winner: Early Career Category.

£400.00 + £400.00 for activity

10-13 May 2016

Co-PI (with Becky Brown, University of Aberdeen and Luna Dolezal, University of Durham)

Fondation Brocher, Switzerland

Funds to host residential workshop entitled: ‘Vice and Virtue: the Rise of Self-Tracking Technologies and the Moralising of Health Behaviours’, Brocher Foundation, Hermance, Switzerland.

6,000.00 SWISS FRANCS

01 August 2015 – 31 January 2016

PI

 

Wellcome Trust Institutional Strategic Support Fund, Fellowship Development Award, University of Aberdeen

Research study: ‘Using self-administered health monitoring technologies to support self-management of long-term conditions: a qualitative evidence synthesis.’

£24,894.00

October 2015

Personal award

Institute of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen

Staff Development Budget. To attend and present at a conference.

£200.00

31 May 2015

Personal award

Principal’s Prize, University of Aberdeen

Principal’s Prize for Public Engagement with Research 2015, Outstanding Achievement: Early Career Category.

£200.00

30-31 May 2015

Personal award

Scottish Government

Funds to allow 'Take it right outside' equipment (pop up house, augmented reality kit and one staff member) to be brought to Aberdeen for May Festival event. 

£669.00

June 2012

 

Co-PI (with Dr Suzanne Young of SCCJR)

The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research (SCCJR) Capacity Building Grants Scheme

Funds to facilitate a workshop for academics and practitioners entitled: 'Investigating the Role of Gender in Police Decision Making.'

£804.00

2008, 2009, 2011

 

PI

Roberts Fund, University of Aberdeen

Funds to support College of Arts and Social Sciences Annual Postgraduate Conference, Moving Forward.

£1,750.00

2008, 2009, 2011

 

PI

 

College of Arts and Social Sciences and constituent Schools, University of Aberdeen

Funds to support College of Arts and Social Sciences Annual Postgraduate Conference, Moving Forward.

£12,400.00

March 2010

Personal award

ESRC/University of Durham.

Funds to attend 'Writing Across Boundaries' residential Researcher Development Workshop. 

£500.00

October 2007 – September 2010

Personal award

College of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Aberdeen

Awarded a fees-only PhD studentship. 

 

£10,800.00

July 2009

 

Personal award

Principal's Small Grants Fund, University of Aberdeen

Awarded funds to visit the Center for Gender Studies, University of Chicago, to present at their staff/student seminar series, and to visit the Chicago Police Department in order to carry out research fieldwork. 

£1,455.88

 

July 2009

 

Co-PI (with Lindsay Milligan, University of Aberdeen)

Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology, Higher Education Academy

Awarded a sum to provide several home and overseas travel bursaries for delegates of the College of Arts and Social Sciences Annual Postgraduate Conference, Moving Forward. 

£550.00

July 2009

 

Co-PI (with Lindsay Milligan, University of Aberdeen)

Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, Higher Education Academy

Awarded a sum to provide several home and overseas travel bursaries for delegates of the College of Arts and Social Sciences Annual Postgraduate Conference, Moving Forward. 

£550.00

Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

Heather contributes to the training, supervision and assessment of BSc, MSc and PhD students across a range of disciplines’ programmes at the University of Aberdeen and has also taught on courses for staff through the University of Aberdeen’s Centre for Academic Development. In addition, Heather contributes to the MSc in Global eHealth at the University of Edinburgh. She previously taught on University of Aberdeen undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Gender Studies, Sociology and Health Studies in the School of Social Science (2007-2012) and social aspects of health in the School of Medicine, Medical Sciences and Nutrition (since 2009), as well as on the interdisciplinary Sixth Century Course in Sustainable International Development (2011).

 

Current teaching

Course (and code)

Programme/Degree title

Postgraduate

Research Methods and Practice (PU5024)

MSc Health Psychology

Blended: Fundamentals of Research Design (PU5027/PU5034)

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Online: Qualitative Health Research (PU5039)

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Online: Introduction to Global Health (PU5042) – Course Co-ordinator

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Fundamentals of Research Data Management and Analysis Course (ME5513)

MSc Clinical Education

Work-Based Placement in Applied Health Sciences (PU5548) – Course Co-ordinator

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Qualitative Health Research (PU5529)

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Research Project (PU5913)

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Evaluating Policy Effects in Practice (PU5919) – Course Co-ordinator

Postgraduate taught courses in Applied Health Sciences

Undergraduate

Exercise and Health (SR2501)

BSc Exercise and Health Science

Aberdeen City Lab (PD3002/PD3502)

Sixth Century Courses

Biomedical and Sports Sciences Honours Projects

BSc Biomedical Sciences/BSc Sports and Exercise Sciences


 

Further Info

External Responsibilities

Heather is:

Admin Responsibilities

 

Heather is also:

  • Member of the Institute of Applied Health Sciences Athena SWAN Self-Assessment Team

Public and Professional Engagement

Through research collaborations, as well as a portfolio of public engagement with research activities, including extensive media coverage of her work on digital fitness tracking and the health implications and social aspects of high heels wear, Heather has become a STEM ambassador, public engagement lead for our Institute of Applied Health Sciences and champion for research and science co-production and communication. Heather was awarded Principal’s Prizes for Public Engagement with Research in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. Heather actively uses Twitter for research-related purposes (@hm_morgan) and writes an autoethnographic blog detailing her own experiences of health self-tracking and being a ‘quantified self’: ‘Confessions of a fitness tracker’. Heather has external experience in the independent monitoring of prisons (Scottish Government, 2010-2013). In 2016, she was invited to become a Trustee of the New Nicotine Alliance charity, following her work in the field of smoking/air quality research, and to join the board of the Open Data Institute’s Aberdeen node. Heather is co-creator/developer of Aberdeen’s original, free-to-play, location-based, augmented reality game for iOS devices: [m]apping.

Publications

Publications 

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  • Morgan, H 2020, 'Can Tech Help You Sleep Better?', Which?, pp. 46-48.
  • Porter, A, Badshah, A, Black, S, Fitzpatrick, D, Harris-Mayes, R, Islam, S, Jones, M, Kingston, M, LaFlamme-Williams, Y, Mason, S, McNee, K, Morgan, H, Morrison, Z, Mountain, P, Potts, H, Rees, N, Shaw, D, Siriwardena, N, Snooks, H, Spaight, R & Williams, V 2020, 'Electronic health records in ambulances: the ERA multiple-methods study ', Health Services and Delivery Research, vol. 8, no. 10, pp. 1-139. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr08100
  • Thompson, CL & Morgan, HM 2020, 'Ethical barriers to artificial intelligence in the national health service, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland', Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 98, no. 4, pp. 293-295. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.2471/BLT.19.237230
  • Macdonald, K & Morgan, HM 2020, 'The impact of austerity on disabled, elderly and immigrants in the United Kingdom: A Literature Review', Disability & Society. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2020.1779036
  • Thompson, C & Morgan, HM 2019 'Barriers to the growth of artificial intelligence within the NHS' University of Aberdeen.
  • Gaihre, S, Kyle, J, Semple, S, Smith, J, Marais, D, Subedi, M & Morgan, HM 2019, 'Bridging barriers to advance multisector approaches to improve food security, nutrition and population health in Nepal: transdisciplinary perspectives ', BMC Public Health, vol. 19, 961. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-019-7204-4
  • Rzewuska, M, Morgan, H, Skea, Z, Norrie, J & Campbell, M 2019, InS:PIRE - Evaluation of the scaling up of a quality improvement initiative: abridged report. University of Aberdeen.
  • Turner, S, Cotton, SC, Emele, CD, Thomas, RE, Fielding, SA, Gaillard, EA, de Jongste, JC, Morgan, HM, Nielson, AR, Norrie, J, Pijnenburg, MW, Price, DB & Thomas, M 2019, 'Reducing Asthma Attacks in Children using Exhaled Nitric Oxide as a biomarker to inform treatment strategy: a randomised trial (RAACENO)', Trials, vol. 20, 573. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-019-3500-7
  • Valiev, T & Morgan, H 2019, 'Simulation-based learning of invasive procedures skills: A critical appraisal of its organization in undergraduate medical education', International Journal of Healthcare Management. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/20479700.2019.1603336
  • Buchan, K & Morgan, HM 2019, 'Using the Onitor® Track for weight loss: A mixed methods study among overweight and obese women', Health Informatics Journal. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/1460458219890790
  • Entwistle, V, Cribb, A, Watt, IS, Skea, ZC, Owens, J, Morgan, HM & Christmas, S 2018, '"The more you know, the more you realise it is really challenging to do": tensions and uncertainties in person-centred support for people with long-term conditions', Patient Education and Counseling, vol. 101, no. 8, pp. 1460-1467. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2018.03.028
  • Gambier-Ross, K, McLernon, DJ & Morgan, H 2018, 'A mixed methods exploratory study of women’s relationships with and uses of fertility tracking apps', Digital Health, vol. 4, pp. 1-15. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/2055207618785077
  • Lumsden, K & Morgan, HM 2018, Cyber-Trolling as Symbolic Violence: Deconstructing Gendered Abuse Online. in N Lombard (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence., Chapter 9, Routledge.
  • Morgan, HM 2018, 'New Apple Watch adds heart tracking: here’s why we should welcome ECG for everyone', The Conversation, vol. Science + Technology. <> [Online] DOI: http://theconversation.com/new-apple-watch-adds-heart-tracking-heres-why-we-should-welcome-ecg-for-everyone-103375
  • Barwise-Munro, R, Morgan, H & Turner, S 2018, 'Physician and Parental Decision—Making Prior to Acute Medical Paediatric Admission', Healthcare, vol. 6, no. 3, 117, pp. 1-11. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare6030117
  • Barnish, M & Morgan, HM 2017, 'Apakah hak tinggi buruk bagi kesehatan? Dua ahli menelaah buktinya', The Conversation. <> [Online] DOI: https://theconversation.com/apakah-hak-tinggi-buruk-bagi-kesehatan-dua-ahli-menelaah-buktinya-83813
  • Barnish, M & Morgan, HM 2017, 'Are high heels bad for your health? Two experts review the evidence', The Conversation, vol. Business + Economy. <> [Online] DOI: https://theconversation.com/are-high-heels-bad-for-your-health-two-experts-review-the-evidence-81961
  • Lumsden, K & Morgan, H 2017, 'Media framing of trolling and online abuse: silencing strategies, symbolic violence, and victim blaming', Feminist Media Studies, vol. 17, no. 6, pp. 926-940. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2017.1316755
  • Barnish, M, Morgan, HM & Barnish, J 2017, 'The 2016 HIGh Heels: Health effects and psychosexual benefITS (HIGH HABITS) study: systematic review of reviews and additional primary studies', BMC Public Health, vol. 18, 37, pp. 1-13. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-017-4573-4
  • van de Glind, I, Bunn, C, Gray, CM, Hunt, K, Andersen, E, Jelsma, J, Morgan, H, Pereira, H, Roberts, G, Rooksby, J, Røynesdal, Ø, Silva, M, Sorensen, M, Treweek, S, van Achterberg, T, van der Ploeg, H, van Nassau, F, Nijhuis-van der Sanden, M & Wyke, S 2017, 'The intervention process in the European Fans in Training (EuroFIT) trial: a mixed method protocol for evaluation', Trials, vol. 18, 356, pp. 1-14. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-017-2095-0
  • Morgan, HM, Entwistle, V, Cribb, A, Christmas, S, Owens, J, Skea, ZC & Watt, IS 2017, 'We need to talk about purpose: a critical interpretive synthesis of health and social care professionals’ approaches to self-management support for people with long-term conditions', Health Expectations, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 243-259. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12453
  • Morgan, HM, Bruce, R, Fernie, G, Gardner, HR, Goulao, B, Kaniewska, J, Robertson, C, Wren, SD & Gillies, K 2017, '‘Is that it?’ Using ‘explorachoc’ to engage the public with clinical trials and health services research', Trials, vol. 18, no. Suppl 1, pp. P158. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-017-1902-y
  • Owens, J, Entwistle, VA, Cribb, A, Skea, ZC, Christmas, S, Morgan, H & Watt, IS 2017, '“Was that a success or not a success?”: a qualitative study of health professionals’ perspectives on support for people with long-term conditions', BMC Family Practice, vol. 18, 39. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12875-017-0611-7
  • Morgan, HM 2016, '@selfhealthtech: Using self-administered health monitoring technologies to support the self-management of long-term conditions: what about behaviour change? 2nd Behaviour Change Conference: Digital Health and Wellbeing.', Frontiers in public health. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/conf.FPUBH.2016.01.00045
  • Morgan, H, Treasure, E, Tabib, M, Johnston, M, Dunkley, C, Ritchie, D, Semple, S & Turner, SW 2016, 'An interview study of pregnant women who were provided with indoor air quality measurements of second hand smoke to help them quit smoking', BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, vol. 16, 305. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12884-016-1062-1
  • Crossland, N, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, MacLennan, G, Campbell, M, Dykes, F & Hoddinott, P 2016, 'Breast pumps as an incentive for breastfeeding: a mixed methods study of acceptability', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 726-739. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12346
  • Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Dykes, F, Hoddinott, P & ‘BIBS’ study team 2016, 'Combining PPI with qualitative research to engage ‘harder-to-reach’ populations: service user groups as co-applicants on a platform study for a trial ', Research Involvement and Engagement, vol. 2, 7, pp. 1-26. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s40900-016-0023-1
  • Clark, J, Holgan, N, Craig, L, Morgan, H, Danielian, P & Devereux, G 2016, 'Development and piloting of a food-based intervention to increase vitamin E intake in pregnant women in a randomised controlled trial', Food Science and Nutrition, vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 848-851. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/fsn3.353
  • Farrar, S, Yi, D, Morgan, H, Ludbrook, A & Hoddinott, P 2016, Financial incentives to support smoking cessation in pregnant women – size matters. University of Aberdeen. <> [Online] DOI: https://www.abdn.ac.uk/heru/documents/Policy_Briefs/HERU_PB_May_2016_smokingcessationinpregnantwomen.pdf
  • Morgan, HM 2016, 'Why the NHS should prescribe wearable fitness trackers', The Conversation, vol. Health + Medicine. <> [Online] DOI: https://theconversation.com/why-the-nhs-should-prescribe-wearable-fitness-trackers-60817
  • Morgan, H 2016, '‘Pushed’ self-tracking using digital technologies for chronic health condition management: a critical interpretive synthesis', Digital Health, vol. 2, pp. 1-41. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/2055207616678498
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N & Dombrowski, S 2015, 'A ladder logic model to inform the design of incentive interventions for breastfeeding', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 11, no. Supplement S2, pp. 65. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12238
  • Morgan, H, Hoddinott, PM, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Farrar, S, Yi, D, Hislop, JM, Hall Moran, V, MacLennan, GS, Dombrowski, SU, Rothnie, KJ, Stewart, F, Bauld, L, Ludbrook, A, Dykes, F, Sniehotta, FF, Tappin, D & Campbell, MK 2015, 'Benefits of incentives for breastfeeding and smoking cessation in pregnancy (BIBS): a mixed methods study to inform trial design', Health Technology Assessment, vol. 19, no. 30. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.3310/hta19300
  • Crossland, N, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Dykes, F & Hoddinott, P 2015, 'Breast pumps as an incentive for breastfeeding: a mixed methods investigation', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 11, no. Supplement S2, pp. 38. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12238
  • Crossland, N, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Dombrowski, SU & Hoddinott, P 2015, 'Incentives for breastfeeding and for smoking cessation in pregnancy: An exploration of types and meanings', Social Science & Medicine, vol. 128, pp. 10-17. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.12.019
  • Hall Moran, V, Morgan, H, Rothnie, K, MacLennan, G, Stewart, F, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Tappin, D, Campbell, M & Hoddinott, P 2015, 'Incentives to Promote Breastfeeding: A Systematic Review', Pediatrics, vol. 135, no. 3, pp. e687-702. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2014-2221
  • Hoddinott, P, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Crossland, N, MacLennan, G, Dykes, F, Stewart, F, Bauld, L & Campbell, MK 2015, 'Perspectives on financial incentives to health service providers for increasing breastfeeding and smoking quit rates during pregnancy: a mixed methods study', BMJ Open, vol. 5, no. 11, e008492. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008492
  • Hoddinott, P, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Crossland, N, MacLennan, GS, Dykes, F, Stewart, F, Bauld, L & Campbell, MK 2015, 'Perspectives on financial incentives to health service providers for increasing breastfeeding and smoking quit rates during pregnancy: a mixed methods study', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 11, no. Supplement S2, pp. 113. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12238
  • Turner, S, Morgan, HM, Barwise-Munro, R & Al-Mahtot, M 2015, Trends in acute medical paediatric admissions to Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital 2000-2013- Better safe than sorry? University of Aberdeen.
  • Morgan, HM 2015, 'Will fitness trackers damage our relationships with our doctors?', The Conversation, vol. Science + Technology. <> [Online] DOI: https://theconversation.com/will-fitness-trackers-damage-our-relationships-with-our-doctors-52611
  • Morgan, HM 2014, A Police Closed-Circuit Television Control Room Ethnography: Exploring How Gender Stereotypes Inform Closed-Circuit Television Operators' Thoughts and Actions. in SAGE Research Methods Cases. Sage Publications, London. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.4135/978144627305013515580
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N & Dombrowski, SU 2014, 'A ladder logic model to inform the design of incentive trials for women around childbirth', International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, vol. 21, no. Supp.1, 139, 0465. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-014-9418-2
  • Morgan, HM 2014, Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV). in BA Arrigo (ed.), Encyclopedia of Criminal Justice Ethics. Sage Publications.
  • Entwistle, V, Brown, RCH, Morgan, HM & Skea, ZC 2014, 'Involving patients in their care', Current Breast Cancer Reports, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 211-218. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12609-014-0151-2
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, MacLennan, G, Sewel, K, Thomson, G, Bauld, L, Yi, D, Ludbrook, A & Campbell, MK 2014, 'Public acceptability of financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy and breast feeding: a survey of the British public', BMJ Open, vol. 4, no. 7, e005524. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2014-005524
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, MacLennan, G, Sewel, K, Thomson, G, Bauld, L, Yi, D, Ludbrook, A & Campbell, MK 2014, 'Public acceptability of financial incentives for smoking cessation in pregnancy and breastfeeding', International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, vol. 21, no. 1 Suppl., S194. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-014-9418-2
  • Morgan, HM 2014, 'Research Note: Surveillance in contemporary health and social care: friend or foe?', Surveillance & Society, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 594-596. <> [Online] DOI: http://library.queensu.ca/ojs/index.php/surveillance-and-society/article/view/rnhealth
  • Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Crossland, N & Hoddinott, P 2014, 'The Unintended Consequences of Incentive Provision', The 11th International Conference on Urban Health, Manchester, United Kingdom, 4/03/14 - 7/03/14 pp. 15. <> [Online] DOI: https://www.icuh2014.com/Resources/Abstract-Book-WEDNESDAY-ORAL-new.pdf
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Farrar, S, Yi, D, Hislop, J, Hall Moran, V, MacLennan, GS, Dombrowski, SU, Rothnie, K, Stewart, F, Bauld, L, Ludbrook, A, Dykes, F, Sniehotta, FF, Tappin, D & Campbell, MK 2014, 'The push me, pull you of financial incentives and health inequalities: a mixed methods study investigating smoking cessation in pregnancy and breastfeeding', The Lancet, vol. 384, no. Supplement 2, pp. S37. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(14)62163-2
  • Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Crossland, N, Bauld, L, Dykes, F, Hoddinott, P & BIBS team 2014, 'Unintended Consequences of Incentive Provision for Behaviour Change and Maintenance around Childbirth', PloS ONE, vol. 9, no. 10, e111322. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0111322
  • Hoddinott, P, Hislop, J, Morgan, H, Stewart, F, Farrar, S, Rothnie, K, Bauld, L & Thomson, G 2013, 'Incentive interventions for smoking cessation in pregnancy: a mixed methods evidence synthesis', The Lancet, vol. 380, no. Suppl. 3, pp. S48. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(13)60404-3
  • Crossland, N, Thomson, G, Morgan, H, Hoddinott, P & Dykes, F 2013, 'Incentives to stop smoking and start and continue breastfeeding: Service-user insights into barriers and facilitators', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 9, no. Suppl.3, pp. 10. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12093
  • Hoddinott, P, Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Craig, L, Britten, J, Farrar, S, Newlands, R, Kiezebrink, K & Coyle, J 2013, 'Intervention vignettes as a qualitative tool to refine complex intervention design', Trials, vol. 14, no. Suppl 1, pp. O55. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-14-S1-O55
  • Barbarachild, Z, Buckingham, P, Morgan, HM & Zalewski, M 2013, Making Feminism Palatable. in M Zalewski (ed.), Feminist International Relations: Exquisite Corpse. Routledge. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415449229/
  • Morgan, H, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Dykes, F & Hoddinott, P 2013, 'Mother and baby groups as research grant co-applicants for a study on incentives for breastfeeding: opportunities and challenges', Maternal and Child Nutrition, vol. 9, no. Suppl.3, pp. 26. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.12093
  • Morgan, HM 2013, 'Regulating CCTV? We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them', Critical Criminology, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 15-30. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10612-012-9163-2
  • Morgan, H, Hoddinott, P, Thomson, G, Crossland, N, Dykes, F, McCann, S & Campbell, M 2013, 'Service user groups as co-applicants on a platform study for a trial', Trials, vol. 14, no. Suppl 1, pp. O35. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/1745-6215-14-S1-O35
  • Morgan, HM 2012, HMP Peterhead Visiting Committee, Annual Report for the year ending 31 March 2012. Association of Visiting Committees.
  • Morgan, HM & Morris, R (eds) 2011, Moving Forward: Tradition and Transformation. Cambridge Scholars Pub., Newcastle. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.amazon.com/Moving-Forward-Heather-Morgan-Morris/dp/1443834629
  • Morgan, HM 2010, 'Book review: Sanders, T. (2008). Paying for pleasure: men who buy sex (Devon: Willan Publishing)', Sociology, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 791-792. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/00380385100440041207
  • Morgan, HM, Letnar Cernic, J & Milligan, L (eds) 2010, Perspectives on power: an inter-disciplinary approach. Cambridge Scholars Pub., Newcastle. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Perspectives-Power-Inter-Disciplinary-Heather-Morgan/dp/1443818496
  • Morgan, HM 2010, Visions and visibility: gender, crime and difference. in R Jones, H Van-Koten, C Murray & K Williams (eds), Debating the Difference: Gender, Representation and Self-Representation. University of Dundee, Dundee, Interdisciplinary conference , Dundee, United Kingdom, 5/09/07. <> [Online] DOI: http://www.scottishwordimage.org/debatingdifference/
  • Morgan, HM 2009, 'Book Review: Gill, R. (2006). Gender and the Media (Oxford: Polity Press)', Sociology, vol. 43, no. 1, pp. 196-197. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038508099107
  • Morgan, HM 2009, 'Camera, Action: Criminalisation and Authority in Public Surveillance', Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Sociolegal Studies, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 52-77. <> [Online] DOI: http://sortuz.org/revista/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=34&Itemid=49
  • Morgan, HM 2009, 'Review Essay: The 'problem' with a name: whose child, whose responsibility?', Sociology, vol. 43, no. 6, pp. 1191-1197. [Online] DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038509345703
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