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Kitzinger, Jenny, Kitzinger, Celia, White, Ben, Wilmot, Lindy, Lewis, Penny and Downie, Jocelyn 2021. International perspectives on reforming end-of-life law. In: White, Ben and Wilmot, Lindy eds. International Perspectives on End-of-Life Reform: Politics, Persuasion and Persistence, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 250-276.

Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2020. How to change the Law: challenging mandatory court hearings for people in vegetative and minimally conscious states. Politics, persuasion and persistence: International perspectives on end-of-life law reform, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2019. Supporting families involved in court cases about life-sustaining treatment: Working as academics, advocates, and activists. Bioethics 33 (8) , pp. 896-907. 10.1111/bioe.12583
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Smith, Richard, Blazeby, Jane, Bleakley, Tracey, Clark, Jocalyn, Cong, Yali, Durie, Robin, Finkelstein, Eric, Gafer, Nahla, Gugliani, Sam, Horton, Richard, Johnson, Malcolm, Kitzinger, Celia, Kitzinger, Jenny, Knaul, Felicia, Kraus, Arnoldo, Neuberger, Julia, O'Connell, Mark, O'Mahony, Seamus, Rajagopal, MR, Sase, Eriko, Solomon, Sheldon, Smith, Richard, Taylor, Ros and Wyatt, Katrina 2018. Lancet Commission on the value of death. The Lancet 392 (10155) , pp. 1291-1293. 10.1016/S0140-6736(18)32388-2

Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2018. Deaths after feeding tube withdrawal from patients in vegetative and minimally conscious states: a qualitative study of family experience. Palliative Medicine 32 (7) , pp. 1180-1188. 10.1177/0269216318766430
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Chatfield, Doris A, Lee, Sue, Cowley, Jakki, Kitzinger, Celia, Kitzinger, Jenny and Menon, David K 2018. Is there a broader role for independent mental capacity advocates in critical care? An exploratory study. Nursing in Critical Care 23 (2) , pp. 82-87. 10.1111/nicc.12290
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Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2018. Why futile and unwanted treatment continues for some PVS patients (and what to do about it). International Journal of Mental Health and Capacity Law 23 , pp. 84-149.
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Kitzinger, Jenny, Kitzinger, Celia and Cowley, Jakki 2017. When ‘Sanctity of Life’ and ‘Self-Determination’ Clash: Briggs v Briggs [2016] EWCOP 53 - Implications for policy and practice. Journal of Medical Ethics 43 , pp. 446-449. 10.1136/medethics-2016-104118
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Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2017. Causes and consequences of delays in treatment-withdrawal from PVS patients: a case study of Cumbria NHS Clinical Commissioning Group v Miss S and Ors [2016] EWCOP 32. Journal of Medical Ethics 43 , pp. 459-468. 10.1136/medethics-2016-103853
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Greenhalgh, Trisha, Annandale, Ellen, Ashcroft, Richard, Barlow, James, Black, Nick, Bleakley, Alan, Boaden, Ruth, Braithwaite, Jeffrey, Britten, Nicky, Carnevale, Franco, Checkland, Kath, Cheek, Julianne, Clark, Alex, Cohn, Simon, Coulehan, Jack, Crabtree, Benjamin, Cummins, Steven, Davidoff, Frank, Davies, Huw, Dingwall, Robert, Dixon-Woods, Mary, Elwyn, Glyn, Engebretsen, Eivind, Ferlie, Ewan, Fulop, Naomi, Gabbay, John, Gagnon, Marie-Pierre, Galasinski, Dariusz, Garside, Ruth, Gilson, Lucy, Griffiths, Peter, Hawe, Penny, Helderman, Jan-Kees, Hodges, Brian, Hunter, David, Kearney, Margaret, Kitzinger, Celia, Kitzinger, Jenny, Kuper, Ayelet, Kushner, Saville, May, Andree Le, Legare, France, Lingard, Lorelei, Locock, Louise, Maben, Jill, Macdonald, Mary Ellen, Mair, Frances, Mannion, Russell, Marshall, Martin, May, Carl, Mays, Nicholas, McKee, Lorna, Miraldo, Marissa, Morgan, David, Morse, Janice, Nettleton, Sarah, Oliver, Sandy, Pearce, Warrren, Pluye, Pierre, Pope, Catherine, Robert, Glenn, Roberts, Celia, Rodella, Stefania, Rycroft-Malone, Jo, Sandelowski, Margarete, Shekelle, Paul, Stevenson, Fiona, Straus, Sharon, Swinglehurst, Deborah, Thorne, Sally, Tomson, Göran, Westert, Gerd, Wilkinson, Sue, Williams, Brian, Young, Terry and Ziebland, Sue 2016. An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research. BMJ 352 , i563. 10.1136/bmj.i563

Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2016. Increasing understanding and uptake of advance decisions in Wales. [Discussion Paper]. Cardiff: Public Policy Institute for Wales. Available at: http://ppiw.org.uk/ppiw-report-publication-increas...
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Latchem, Julie, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2016. Physiotherapy for vegetative and minimally conscious state patients: family perceptions and experiences. Disability & Rehabilitation 38 (1) , pp. 22-29. 10.3109/09638288.2015.1005759
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Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2016. Court applications for withdrawal of artificial nutrition and hydration from patients in a permanent vegetative state: family experiences. Journal of Medical Ethics 42 , pp. 11-17. 10.1136/medethics-2015-102777
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Edgar, Andrew Robert, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Interpreting chronic disorders of consciousness: medical science and family experience. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 21 (3) , pp. 374-379. 10.1111/jep.12220
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Halliday, Simon, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Law in everyday life and death: a socio-legal study of chronic disorders of consciousness. Legal Studies 35 (1) , pp. 55-74. 10.1111/lest.12042
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Saunders, Benjamin, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2015. Participant anonymity in the Internet age: from theory to practice. Qualitative Research in Psychology 12 (2) , pp. 125-137.
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Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2015. Withdrawing artificial nutrition and hydration from minimally conscious and vegetative patients: family perspectives. Journal of Medical Ethics 41 (2) , pp. 157-160. 10.1136/medethics-2013-101799
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Nettleton, Sarah, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2014. A diagnostic illusory? The case of distinguishing between 'vegetative' and 'minimally conscious' states. Social Science and Medicine 116 , pp. 134-141. 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.06.036
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Saunders, Benjamin, Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2014. Anonymising interview data: challenges and compromise in practice. Qualitative Research 15 (5) , pp. 616-632. 10.1177/1468794114550439
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Holland, Stephen, Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2014. Death, treatment decisions and the permanent vegetative state: evidence from families and experts. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 17 (3) , pp. 413-423. 10.1007/s11019-013-9540-y
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Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2014. 'This in-between': how families talk about death in relation to severe brain injury and disorders of consciousness. In: Van Brussel, Leen and Carpentier, Nico eds. The Social Construction of Death : Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 239-258. (10.1057/9781137391919_13)
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Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2014. Grief, anger and despair in relatives of severely brain injured patients: responding without pathologising. Clinical Rehabilitation 28 (7) , pp. 627-631. 10.1177/0269215514527844
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Kitzinger, Jenny and Kitzinger, Celia 2013. The 'window of opportunity' for death after severe brain injury: family experiences. Sociology of Health & Illness 35 (7) , pp. 1095-1112. 10.1111/1467-9566.12020
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Kitzinger, Celia and Kitzinger, Jenny 2010. Giving voice to the voiceless – high-tech speculation, or basic respect? The Psychologist 23 (6) , pp. 450-451.
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Kitzinger, J. and Kitzinger, C. 1993. 'Doing it': representations of lesbian sex. In: Griffin, Gabriele ed. Outwrite: Lesbianism & Popular Culture, Pluto, pp. 9-25.

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