Wells, A. & Tolhurst, E. (2021) In-hours Acute Home Visits by Advanced Nurse Practitioners in Primary Care: a qualitative study. British Journal of Nursing, [forthcoming].
Hall, M. & Tolhurst, E. (2020) Supporting Self-Management of Type 2 Diabetes within a Primary Care Setting. Journal of Diabetes Nursing. 24(5).
Tolhurst, E., Carey, M., Weicht, B. & Kingston, K. (2019) Is Living Well with Dementia a Credible Aspiration for Spousal Carers? Health Sociology Review, 28(1): 54-68.
Tolhurst, E. & Weicht, B. (2018) Unyielding Selflessness: Relational negotiations, dementia and care, Journal of Aging Studies, 47: 32-38.
Tolhurst, E., Weicht, B. & Kingston, P. (2017) Narrative Collisions, Sociocultural Pressures and Dementia: The relational basis of personhood reconsidered. Sociology of Health and Illness, 39(2): 212-226.
Tolhurst, E. & Weicht, B. (2017) Preserving Personhood: The strategies of men negotiating the experience of dementia. Journal of Aging Studies, 40: 29-35.
Tolhurst, E. (2016) The Burgeoning Interest in Young Onset Dementia: Redressing the balance or reinforcing ageism? International Journal of Ageing and Later Life, 10(2): 9-29.
Tolhurst, E., Bhattacharyya, S. & Kingston, P. (2014) Young Onset Dementia: the impact of emergent age-based factors upon personhood. Dementia, 13(2): 193-206.
Tolhurst, E. & Kingston, P. (2013) Understanding the Experience of Dementia: Utilising the theoretical insights of ‘status passage’. Social Theory & Health, 11(2): 175–193.
Tolhurst, E. (2012) Grounded Theory Method: Sociology's quest for exclusive items of inquiry. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 13(3), Art. 26.
ESA Research Network on Ageing in Europe, 5th Midterm Conference – Jyväskylä, Finland (delivered online): ‘Navigating the Impacts of Dementia: The experience of male spousal carers’ (January 2021).
ESA Research Network on Ageing in Europe, 4th Midterm Conference – Brno, Czech Republic: ‘Unyielding Selflessness: Strategic interaction and the negotiation of care relationships’ (September 2018).
13th European Sociological Association Conference – Athens: ‘Anti-reductionist sociology as a basis for dementia studies’ (September 2017).
23rd Nordic Congress of Gerontology – Tampere, Finland: ‘Stoical acceptance and active endeavour: the strategies of men negotiating the experience of dementia’ (June 2016).
International Institute of Qualitative Methodology, 15th Qualitative Methods Conference - Glasgow: ‘Qualitative inquiry and the sociological imagination: narrative collisions, sociocultural pressures and dementia’ (May 2016).
10th UK Dementia Congress - Telford: ‘The experiential impacts of cognitive function tests upon men with dementia and their carers’ (November 2015).
12th European Sociological Association Conference – Prague: ‘"Sod tomorrow": the perspectives of dementia carers on making plans for the future’ (September 2015).
ESA Research Network on Ageing in Europe, 2nd Midterm Conference – Klagenfurt, Austria: ‘The burgeoning focus on young onset dementia: redressing the balance or reflecting ageism?’ (September 2014).
European Society on Family Relations, 7th Annual Congress – Madrid: Invited Symposium (coordinator and presenter) ‘Dementia and the family: developing a textured relational framework’, with Benbow, S., Hellström, I. & Lovatt, M. (September 2014).
Qualitative Health Research, 19th Annual Conference - Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: ‘Joint interviews and research into the experience of dementia’ (October 2013).