Publications

Books

Ahmed N (2016) Family, Citizenship and Islam: The changing experiences of migrant women ageing in London, Routledge

Phillipson C, Ahmed N and Latimer J (2003) Women in Transition: A Study of the Experiences of Bangladeshi Women Living in Tower Hamlets. Policy Press, Bristol, UK

Journal Articles

Ahmed N, John A, Islam S, Jones R and Huxley P (2016) Investigating the feasibility of an enhanced contact  intervention in self harm and suicidal behaviour: A protocol for a randomised controlled trial delivering a Social support and Wellbeing Intervention following Self Harm (SWISH) BMJ Open 6, no. 9 (2016): e012043

Ahmed N (2016) An intersectional approach to ethnicity and ageing, Generation Review, 26, 1, 9-11

Ahmed N (2016) Class, ethnicity and religion in the Bengali East End: A political history (Book Review), Ethnic and Racial Studies

Moore G, Hewitt G, Evans J, Littlecott H, Holliday J, Ahmed N, Moore L, Murphy S and Fletcher A (2015) Electronic cigarette use among young people in Wales: evidence from two cross-sectional surveys. BMJ Open 2015; 5: e007072. doi:10.1136/ bmjopen-2014-007072

Moore G, Moore L, Ahmed N et al. (2015) Prevalence of smoking restrictions and child exposure to secondhand smoke in cars and homes: a repeated cross-sectional survey of children aged 10-11 years in Wales, BMJ Open, 5, e006914

Bhui KS, Owiti JA, Palinski A, Ascoli M, De Jongh B, Archer J, Staples P, Ahmed N, Ajaz A. (2015) A cultural consultation service in East London: Experiences and outcomes from implementation of an innovative service. International Review of Psychiatry, 27(1):11-22. doi: 10.3109/09540261.2014.992303.

Moore, G., Moore, L., Ahmed, N., Littlecott, H., & Holliday, J. (2014). Exposure to secondhand smoke in cars and e-cigarette use among 10-11 year old children in Wales: CHETS Wales 2 key findings report.

Moore, G., Moore, L., Ahmed, N., Littlecott, H., & Holliday, J. (2014). Exposure to secondhand smoke in cars and e-cigarette use among 10-11 year old children in Wales: CHETS Wales 2 key findings report.

Moore G, Moore L, Ahmed N et al. (2014). E-cigarette use and intentions to smoke among 10-11-year-old never-smokers in Wales. Tobacco Control  (10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2014-052011)

N Ahmed, Jones I R et al (2009) Illness careers and continuity of care in mental health services: a qualitative study of service users and carers, Social Science and Medicine, 69, 632-639

Ahmed N (2008) Language, Gender and Citizenship: Obstacles in the Path to Learning English for Bangladeshi Women in London’s East End, Sociological Research Online, 13, 5, http://www.socresonline.org.uk/13/5/12.html

Ahmed N and Jones I R (2008) ‘Habitus and bureaucratic routines’, cultural and structural factors in the experience of informal care: a qualitative study of Bangladeshi women living in London, Current Sociology, 56,1, 57-76

Jones I R, N Ahmed et al (2008) ‘With an attack I associate it more with going into hospital’: Understandings of asthma and psychosocial stressors; are they related to use of services? Social Science & Medicine, 66, 765–775

Ahmed N (2005) Women in Between: The Case of Bangladeshi Women Living in Tower Hamlets, in M Thapan (Ed) Transnational Migration and the Politics of Identity, Women and Migration in Asia series vol. 1, India, Sage

Ahmed N (2005) [Book Review ] Katy Gardner, Age, Narrative and Migration: The Life Course and Life Histories of Bengali Elders in London, Berg, Oxford, 2002, 254 pp, Ageing and Society, 25, 2, 280-282

Ahmed N (2005) [Book Review] Jabeer Butt and Alex O’Neil, ‘Let’s Move On’: Black and Minority Ethnic Older People’s Views on Research Findings, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, 2004 Ageing and Society, 25, 2, 279-280

Ahmed, N, Latimer J and Phillipson C, (2001) Transformations of Womanhood Through Migration, Centre for Social Gerontology, Working Paper Series no: 8. Keele University

Media Writing

Ahmed, N (2021) How to deal with a year of accumulated burnout from working at home, The Conversation

Ahmed, N (2020) Why celebrating Christmas is good for our mental health, The Conversation

Ahmed, N (2020) Improving access to oral health and dental services for BAME communities, General Dental Council

Ahmed, N (2020) About-face: politicians switch from vilifying burqas to mandating masks, The Conversation

Ahmed, N (2020) Trapped: why George Floyd’s death resonates so deeply: Shared archetypes can be immensely powerful in the struggle to uproot racism, Open Democracy

Ahmed, N (2018) Burqa comments like Boris Johnson’s are pushing Muslims to reassert their identity, The Conversation

Ahmed, N (2018) The UK can’t truly celebrate International Women’s Day until women are equal with each other, The Conversation

Ahmed, N (2017) The Burqa ban in Europe: ‘So few women wear the burqa that banning it is a waste of time’ The Conversation 

Ahmed, N (2017) Muslims can and do celebrate Christmas, The Conversation

Book Chapters

Ahmed N, Mahmud A, Ali F. (2021) British Bangladeshi Pupils Mental Health in Schools. In Mahmud, A., & Satchell, L. (Eds.). A guide to mental wellbeing in schools: what do practitioners need to know for pupils from disadvantaged and minority backgrounds. Routledge.

Ahmed N, Buffel T, and Phillipson, C (2021) Migration and Transnational Communities: Constructions of Home and Neighbourhood in the Lives of Older Migrants, in M. Repetti, T. Calasanti, and C.Phillipson (Eds.) Ageing and Migration in a Global Context – Challenges for Welfare States, Springer, London.

Ahmed N (2005) Tower Hamlets: Insulation in Isolation, in T Abbas (Ed), Muslim Britain: Communities Under Pressure, pp 194-207, Zed Books, London.

Ahmed N (2005) Women in Between: The Case of Bangladeshi Women Living in Tower Hamlets, in M Thapan (Ed.) Transnational Migration and the Politics of Identity

Phillipson C and Ahmed N (2004) Transnational Communities, Migration and Changing Identities in Later Life: a New Research Agenda, in SO Daatland and S Biggs (eds) Ageing and Diversity: Multiple Pathways and Cultural Migrations, pp 157-174,Policy Press, Bristol, UK