Burnt Out’in Alma D & Amiel K (eds) These Are the Hands, Fairacre Press, March 2020

‘The MOT,’ in Hippocrates Poetry Prize Anthology 10th Anniversary Edition, Hippocrates Press, May 2019

‘’Unrequited’ & ‘Reprisal’: Two Poems,’ in Vamp Cat Magazine, February 14, 2019

‘’The Embrace’ & ‘Tribute to a D-Day Nurse,’ in The Looking Glass Anthology Vol. 6, University of York Press, 2015, p.49&54


Halliday E. ‘I’ve read Asterix and The Beano’ – Using comics in health inequalities researchSRA Research Matters. March 2019.

Halliday E. ‘Giving a place a bad reputation can harm its residents’ health – unless they’re empowered to change it.’ The Conversation, 7 Feb 2019

Halliday E. ‘Glamping in the Wye Valley,’ Guardian, Sept 6, 2014

Halliday E. Kayaking in Scotland: travel writing competition,’ The Guardian, Nov 22, 2013

Comics, art and research

‘Communities in Control: Graphic narratives of health inequalities and local action.’ Received funding in 2018 to work with comic artist Joe Decie and Lancaster University lecturer Natasa Lackovic to produce series of illustrations reflecting lay stories of health inequalities

‘What’s your story? Graphic narratives of local residents’ lived experiences of wellbeing and social connectedness.’  Received funding in 2018 to work with artist Len Grant and local community in north west England to produce booklet disseminating findings from research on social isolation.  The project was rolled out in two further communities and won an NHS North West Coast Research and Innovation Award in March 2019

Emma also has published over twenty journal articles and book chapters both as a co-author and lead author related to research into neighbourhood stigma, health inequalities, and the evaluation of public health interventions. Her academic profile is available here