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Berenice is a Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences in the Division of Criminology, Politics and Sociology. She is also the Course Leader for the MSc Public Health Administration which sits within the Division of Social Care and Counselling.
Berenice undertook all her studies at the University of Huddersfield, she joined the University in 2001, as a mature student. Her studies began with the Women into Science and Technology (WITS) access course. She then went on to complete her first degree; BSc (Hons) Health with Community Studies degree achieving Honours First Class in 2005. She also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) before embarking on a 1 +3 (ESRC funded) studentship. She completed the MSc Social Research and Evaluation (Social Work; 2006-2007) before commencing on her doctoral research.
Berenice was awarded her PhD in 2011 for her research that explored egg sharing, an assisted reproduction treatment, and women's experience of providing informed consent within the context of egg sharing arrangements. She has published from her research and presented at National and International conferences.
Berenice has been involved in a number of research projects (literature based and empirical projects) prior to and since the completion of her PhD. This includes:
Hargreaves, J. and Golding, B. (2017) ‘Humanitarian nursing with Médecins Sans Frontières: The dream job’ Health Emergency and Disaster Nursing , 4 (1), pp. 49-56. ISSN 2188-2061
Golding, B (2016) ‘Book review : Dead Babies and Seaside Towns, By Alice Jolly, ISBN 9781783521050’ BioNews (866).
Hargreaves, J. and Golding, B. (2015) ‘Humanitarian nursing with Médecins Sans Frontières: an oral history project’. In: 32nd Annual AAHN Nursing & Healthcare History Conference, 17-20th September 2015, O'Callaghan Alexander Hotel, Dublin, Ireland
Peckover, S. and Golding, B. (2015) ‘Domestic Abuse and Safeguarding Children: Critical Issues for Multi-Agency Work’ Child Abuse Review . ISSN 0952-9136
Hargreaves, J. and Golding, B. (2014) ‘Not for God Queen or Country’ The Bulletin of the UK Association for the History of Nursing , 3, pp. 33-44. ISSN 2049-9744
Byrne, G., Topping, A., Kendall, S. and Golding, B. (2014) ‘Developing a national mentorship scheme to enhance the contribution of clinical academics to health care’ Nurse Researcher , 22 (2), pp. 23-28. ISSN 1351-5578
Golding, B (2014) ‘Reproductive donation practice, policy and bioethics’ Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology , 32 (2), pp. 212-213. ISSN 0264-6838
Golding, B (2013) ‘Book Review: The No-Nonsense Guide to Equality By Danny Dorling New Internationalist Press 2012’ Global Built Environment Review , 8 (3). ISSN 1474-6824
Golding, B (2013) ‘Exploring the 'lived' experiences of egg share donors using a voice-centred relational methodology: revealing interrelationships’. In: Personal and Public Lives and Relationships in a Changing Social World. : Cambridge Scholar Publishing. pp. 150-166. ISBN 9781443849685
Golding, B (2013) ‘Asynchronous Email Interviewing: A Qualitative Data Collection Method’ Sage Research Methods .
Golding, B (2012) ‘Book Review: IVF - An Emotional Companion (2011), Brigid Moss, HarperCollins, 9780007414338’ BioNews (654).
Golding, B (2011) ‘Exploring the lived experiences of egg share donors: can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: 31st Annual conference of the Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology (SRIP), 13th -15th September 2011, Nottingham, UK
Golding, B (2011) ‘Can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: Understanding the Social World Conference 2011, 13th - 15th July 2011, University of Huddersfield
Golding, B (2011) ‘Can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: BSA Human Reproduction Study Group 9th Annual Conference, 15th June 2011, Milton Keynes, UK
Golding, B (2011) ‘Book Review: Ethical Dilemmas in Fertility Counselling’ Bio News (611).
Golding, B (2011) Exploring The Lived Experiences Of Egg Share Donors: Can Women Consent To Share Their Eggs? Doctoral thesis, University of Huddersfield.
Golding, B (2010) ‘Book Review: Adopting after Infertility - Messages from Practice, Research and Personal Experience’ Bio News (583).
Golding, B (2010) ‘Exploring the lived experiences of egg share donors: revealing relationships using voice-centred relational methodology’. In: Personal and Public Lives: Exploring Relationships, Roles, and Responsibilities: An international and interdisciplinary conference, 7th - 9th September 2010, University of Huddersfield, UK
Golding, B (2010) ‘Can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: Society for Reproductive and Infant Psychology 30th Annual Conference, 8th-10th September 2010, Leuven, Belgium
Golding, B (2010) ‘Exploring the 'lived experiences' of egg share donors: can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: University of Huddersfield Research Festival 2010, 8-18 March 2010, University of Huddersfield, UK
Hargreaves, J., Walker, L., Golding, B., State, K., Blacktop, J., Fletcher-Cook, P., Hickling, K. and Arthurs, D. (2009) Making the transition: disabled students in Higher Education Huddersfield: University of Huddersfield (Unpublished)
Walker, L., Hickling, K., Hargreaves, J., Golding, B. and State, K. (2009) ‘Disability in Transition: being a disabled student in Human and Health Sciences’. In: Degrees of Independence: Providing inclusive learning in Higher Education, 16th - 17th April 2009, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK
Golding, B (2009) ‘Egg sharing: from the donors perspective’. In: University of Huddersfield Research Festival, 23rd March - 2nd April 2009, University of Huddersfield
Golding, B (2008) ‘A friend, a father, or both?’ BioNews (482).
Golding, B (2008) ‘Can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: BA Festival of Science, 6-11 September 2008, University of Liverpool
Blyth, E. and Golding, B. (2008) ‘Egg sharing: a practical and ethical option in IVF?’ Expert Review of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 3 (4), pp. 465-473. ISSN 17474108
Golding, B (2008) ‘Can women consent to share their eggs?’. In: 2008 poster and networking competition, 7 March 2008, University of York
Berenice has supervised a number of undergraduate student projects that have explored a range of areas including: unemployment, impact of mine closures, health and well-being of Older African people, forced/coerced sterilisation, African mirgrants body image perceptions, bullying, learning disabilities and criminal justice system, looked after children and young people educational achievements, LGBT and discrimination in the education system, mental health and well-being of spouse caregivers, managing Type II Diabetes in Higher Education, loneliness and social isolation amongst older people living in the community / residential care, media influence on perceptions of mental health and crime, South Asian women's experience of health services when a child is diagnosed with autism..
Berenice is interested in the following areas of research/methods:
Berenice is currently supervising projects (Masters by Research / PhD) on the following topics:
Batley Girls School ‘The Olympics In interdisciplinary teaching and learning’. A project organised by the Sixth form and delivered by Batley Girls School (July, 2012)
Berenice is a Course and Module Leader, Personal Tutor and is involved in Public Engagement and Outreach activities.
Currently I am the Course Leader for the MSc Public Health Administration. I am Module Leader and contribute to teaching delivery on the following modules: