Ashmore, L, Eastham, R, Hadley, O, Hanbury, A & Singleton, V 2024, ‘Supporting practitioners to talk about sexual wellness and pleasure during radiotherapy for gynaecological cancer‘, Radiography. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2024.06.012

Stewart, H, Ashmore, L, Kragh-Furbo, M, Singleton, V & Hutton, D 2024, ‘Ghosts in the Machinery: Living With and Beyond Radiotherapy Treatment for Gynaecological Cancer‘, Health, vol. 28, no. 1, pp. 90 – 107. https://doi.org/10.1177/13634593221114749

Kragh-Furbo, M, Hutton, D, Stewart, H, Ashmore, L & Singleton, V 2023, ‘The ambivalence of radiotherapy: Re-framing effects and their temporalities in treatment for gynaecological cancer‘, Social Science & Medicinehttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2023.116183

Hutton, D, Ashmore, L, Kragh-Furbo, M, Stewart, H & Singleton, V 2023, ‘Patient Voices: An essential piece in radiotherapy’s data jigsaw‘, Radiography, vol. 29, no. Suppl. 1, pp. S8-S10. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radi.2023.01.011

Ashmore, L.A, Singleton, V, Kragh-Furbo, M, Stewart, H, Hutton, D, Singleton, C, and Salisbury, L. (2022) We need to Talk About Radiotherapy for Gynaecological Cancer. Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK. June 2022. Available from https://tinyurl.com/GynaeNarratives

Ashmore, L., Stewart, H., Hutton, D., Evans, K. (2020) Digital Support for Living with and Beyond Gynaecological Cancer Radiography. 26(4): e270-e276.


July, 2022: RadChat

Lisa Ashmore was interviewed for the radiotherapy podcast, RadChat

July, 2021: Guardian

A member of our Gynae Narratives Steering Group, Corinne Singleton, has been raising awareness of lymphoedema after radiotherapy: “To be honest,” says Corinne, five years later, “the cancer was a breeze compared with the lymphoedema.”

Project Reports and Communications

Newsletter – Aug 2020