Dr Julia Green
- Yates, A., Green, J., Whitehouse, J., Ridge, D., (2014). “It felt like someone holding you up and lifting the pain away”: women’s experiences of western herbal practice for the treatment of distress. European Journal of Integrative Medicine. 6, (5), 612-612.
- Yates A.J., Green, J., Whitehouse, J., and Ridge, D. (2013). How women use and experience western herbal practice for distress: Implications for health care and self-management approaches. European Journal of Integrative Medicine; 5(6):579–580
- Bishop, J.L., Northstone, K., Green, J.R. and Thompson, E.A. (2011). The use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in pregnancy: Data from the Avon Longitudinal Study of Parents and Children (ALSPAC). Complementary Therapies in Medicine 16 (6) 303-310. Available at: doi:10.1016/j.ctim.2011.08.005
2011-2015 How women experience herbs and herbal practice for distress: Implications for self-management. Funded by the Make My Day Better Charity. Green, J., Ridge, D., Whitehouse, J.
2005-6 Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative How women and practitioners experience the process of herbal treatment for menopausal problems.
2002- 2005 National Institute of Medical Herbalists Education Fund £18255 Changing with Herbs: Randomised controlled pilot study of treatment of menopausal symptoms by herbal practitioners
Doctoral Students :A.J Yates (DoS)