Dr Kay Inckle is a lecturer in Health and Social Care at London Metropolitan University. She moved to the UK in 2012 after 16 years in the Republic of Ireland where she worked in a range of health, social care and academic settings and also ran a self-injury research, training and consultancy service (Kreative Interventions). She has researched and written widely about self-injury including her 2010 book Flesh Wounds? New Ways of Understanding Self-Injury (with PCCS books) and her recent paper “Strong and Silent: Men, Masculinity & Self-Injury” (in Men and Masculinities 17(1): 3-21). Her other interests include critical disability studies, gender and sexuality, body politics and practices and qualitative and creative research methods and ethics.
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