Gorman, R. (2020). Atlantic Horseshoe Crabs and Endotoxin Testing: Perspectives on Alternatives, Sustainable Methods, & the 3Rs (Replacement, Reduction and Refinement). Frontiers in Marine Science.
Gorman, R. & Davies, G. (2020) When ‘cultures of care’ meet: entanglements and accountabilities at the intersection of animal research and patient involvement in the UK. Social and Cultural Geography
Cacciatore, J. Gorman, R. & Thieleman, K. (2020) Evaluating care farming as a means to care for those in trauma and grief using the Traumatic Grief Index. Health and Place 62 1022812
Gorman, R. (2020) Care farming, therapeutic landscapes, and rurality in the UK. in Mental Health and Wellbeing in Rural Regions: International Perspectives. Munoz, S. & Bain, S. (eds). Routledge.
Davies, G., Gorman, R., Greenhough, B., Hobson-West, P., Kirk, R.G.W., Message, R., Myelnikov, D., Palmer, A., Roe, E., Ashall, V., Crudgington, B., McGlacken, R., Peres, S., & Skidmore, T. (2020) The Animal Research Nexus: A new approach to the connections between science, health, and animal welfare. BMJ Medical Humanities
Davies, G. Gorman, R. & Crudgington, B. 2020. Which patient takes centre stage? Placing patient voices in animal research. Chapter 10 in, Geohumanities and Health. Atkinson, S. & Hunt, R. (eds). Springer.
Gorman, R. 2019. What’s in it for the animals? Symbiotically considering ‘therapeutic’ human-animal relations within spaces & practices of care farming. BMJ Medical Humanities 45, pp. 313–325.
Gorman, R. 2017. Thinking critically about health and human-animal relations: Therapeutic affect within spaces of care farming. Social Science and Medicine. 231 pp.6-12
Gorman, R. & Cacciatore, J. 2017. Cultivating our humanity: a systematic review of care farming & traumatic grief. Health and Place. 47 pp. 12-21.
Gorman, R. 2017. Therapeutic landscapes and non-human animals: the roles and contested positions of animals within care farming assemblages. Social & Cultural Geography 18(3) pp. 315-335.
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