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Dolezal, L., Editorial: ‘The Effects of Shame and Stigma on Patient Care.’ British Journal of Hospital Medicine. 21 Nov 2022.* Access here.
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Rose, A. Closure and the Critical Epidemic Ending. Centaurus: Journal of the European Society for the History of Science. Vol. 1. No. 1. 2022. 1-12.*~ Open Access.
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Dolezal, L. and Lucas, G. Differential Experiences of Social Distancing: Considering Alienated Embodied Communication and Racism. Puncta: Journal of Critical Phenomenology Vol. 5, No. 1, 97-105. *~ Open Access.
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Dolezal, L. Shame, Stigma and HIV: Considering Affective Climates and the Phenomenology of Shame Anxiety. Lambda Nordica. Vol 26. No.2-3. November 2021.* Open Access.
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