Williamson,I, Lyttle, S, Johnson, S & Leeming, D.(2008 September). The benefits and drawbacks of using audio-diaries to capture lived experience: Participants' and researchers' views (Poster presentation). British Psychological Society Qualitative Methods Section Inaugural Conference, Leeds, UK.
Leeming,D, Williamson,I, Johnson,S & Lyttle, S (2009 September). ‘This is a natural thing, why can I not do this?’: The impact of early breastfeeding difficulties on first-time mothers.(Poster presentation). Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology Annual Conference, Newcastle, UK.
Johnson,S, Leeming,D, Lyttle,S & Williamson,I (2010 March). Empowerment or regulation? Exploring the implications of women’s perspectives on pumping and expressing milk. Breastfeeding and Feminism Symposium 2010: Informing Public Health Approaches Greensborough, North Carolina, US.
My colleague attended the Leeds Conference and this was funded through the school staff development budget. I did not attend the events in Newcastle and Greensborough.
Johnson,S, Leeming,D, Lyttle, S & Williamson,I (2011 April). Being a good mother: Expressing breast milk as a way of negotiating the moral imperative that breast is best. Paper presented at the 7th Biennial Conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology, Adelaide, Australia.
Leeming,D, Williamson,I, Johnson S & Lyttle S (2011 June) Becoming a breastfeeding mother: An interactionist perspective. Nutrition and Nurture in Infancy and Childhood: Bio-Cultural Perspectives. Grange-Over-Sands, UK.
Williamson,I, Song,J. & Lyttle,S (2011 June) Developing undergraduate students’ skills in qualitative data analysis through the exploration of on-line Hajj diaries. Higher Education Academy Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics Teaching Islam in the Social Sciences. Birmingham, UK.