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Bakhbakhi, Danya; Siassakos, Dimitrios; Burden, Christy; Jones, Ffion; Yoward, Freya; Redshaw, Maggie; Murphy, Samantha and Storey, Claire (2017). Learning from deaths: Parents’ Active Role and ENgagement in The review of their Stillbirth/perinatal death (the PARENTS 1 study). BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, 17, article no. 333.

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Jones, Kerry and Murphy, Sam (2022). Researching perinatal death: managing the myriad of emotions in the field. In: Borgstrom, Erica and Mallon, Sharon eds. Researching Death, Dying and Bereavement Unpacking Sensitive Research: Epistemological and Methodological Implications. Abingdon: Routledge.

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Mallon, Sharon; Borgstrom, Erica and Murphy, Sam (2020). Unpacking sensitive research: a stimulating exploration of an established concept. International Journal of Social Research Methodology (Early Access).

Murphy, Samantha and Cacciatore, Joanne (2017). The psychological, social, and economic impact of stillbirth on families. Seminars in Fetal and Neonatal Medicine, 22(3) pp. 129–134.

Murphy, Sam (2015). Who shouts the loudest? The demographics of research into child bereavement. In: Death, Dying and Disposal 12, 2-6 Sep 2015, “1 Decembrie 1918” University of Alba Iulia, Romania.

Murphy, Sam (2014). The Good Stillbirth. In: Canadian Sociological Association Annual Meeting 2014, 26-30 May 2014, Brock University, St Catherines, Canada.

Murphy, Samantha (2013). Bereaved parents: a contradiction in terms? In: Earle, Sarah; Komaromy, Carol and Layne, Linda eds. Understanding Reproductive Loss: Perspectives on Life, Death and Fertility. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 117–128.

Murphy, S. L. (2010). Lost Futures: Stillbirth and the Social Construction of Grief. Saarbrücken, Germany: Lambert Academic Press.

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Sieminski, Sandy; Messenger, Julie and Murphy, Sam (2016). Case study: what supports students to improve their grades? Open Learning: The Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, 31(2) pp. 141–151.

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