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Kuhlmann, E., 2006. Modernising Health Care. Reinventing professions, the state and the public. Bristol: Policy Press.

Kuhlmann, E. and Kolip, P., 2005. Grundlegende Orientierungen für Forschung, Praxis und Politik. Weinheim: Juventa.

Book Sections

Kuhlmann, E., 2011. Citizenship and healthcare in Germany: patchy activation and constrained choices. In: Newman, J. and Tonkens, E., eds. Responsibility, participation and choice: Summoning the active citizen in Western European welfare states. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 29-44.

Kuhlmann, E., 2010. Gender im Mainstream der Medizin: Wohin geht die Reise? [Mainstreaming gender into medicine: where are we going?]. In: Kolip, P. and Lademann, J., eds. Frauenblicke auf das Gesundheitssystem. Frauengerechte Gesundheitsversorgung zwischen Marketing und Ignoranz. Weinheim: Juventa, pp. 239-254.

Kuhlmann, E., Wendt, C. and , D., 2008. Einleitung: New Governance, Institutionenwandel und Vertrauen im Gesundheitssystem: Vertrauensverlust oder neue Formen der Vertrauensbildung?' [New governance, institutions and trust in healthcare: decline of trust or new forms of building trust?]. In: Die Natur der Gesellschaft, Dokumentation des 33. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie. Frankfurt: Campus.

Kuhlmann, E., 2008. Gen- und Reproduktionstechnologien: ein feministischer Kompass für die Bewertung' [Medical genetics and reproductive technologies: a feminist compass]. In: Becker, R., Kortendiek, B. and Richter, M., eds. Handbuch Frauen- und Geschlechterforschung. Theorien, Methoden, Empirie. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 617-622.

Kuhlmann, E. and Kolip, P., 2008. Geschlecht als Dimension gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit: die ’gemachten’ Unterschiede' [Gender and health inequalities: the 'making' of differences]. In: Bauer, U., Bittlingmayer, U. H. and Richter, M., eds. Health Inequalities. Erklärungsansätze gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit. Juventa: Weinheim, pp. 191-219.

Kuhlmann, E. and , D., 2008. New Governance, Professionen und Vertrauen im Gesundheitssystem: neue Technologien der Vertrauensbildung' [New governance, professions and trust in healthcare: new technologies of building trust]. In: Die Natur der Gesellschaft, Dokumentation des 33. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie. Frankfurt: Campus.

Kuhlmann, E., 2007. Accountable professionals and discriminating consumers: Remodelling health professions, the state and the public. In: Mansurov, V., ed. Social dynamics and transformation of professional groups in contemporary society. Russian Academy of Science: Moscow, pp. 81-107.

Babitsch, B. and Kuhlmann, E., 2007. Die Integration von Gender in die Versorgungsforschung’ [Integrating gender perspectives in healthcare research]. In: Janßen, C., Borgetto, B. and Heller, G., eds. Medizinsoziologische Versorgungsforschung. Weinheim: Juventa, pp. 49-65.

Kuhlmann, E., 2007. Geschlecht in der kardiologischen Rehabilitation' [Gender and cardiac rehabilitation]. In: Rauch, B., Middeke, M., Bönner, G., Karoff, M. and Held, K., eds. Kardiologische Rehabilitation. Stuttgart: Thieme, pp. 210-213.

Kuhlmann, E., 2007. Varieties of professionalism in late modernity: Evidence from the German healthcare system. In: Iarskaia-Smirnova, E. and Romanov, P., eds. Social transformation of professionalism: Views from outside, views from inside. Moscow: Variant Ltd CSPGS, pp. 43-56.

Kuhlmann, E., 2003. Professions and changing societies – case studies from the field of health care. In: Svensson, L. and Evetts, J., eds. Conceptual and comparative studies of continental and Anglo-American professions. Vol. (Studies in Sociology No 129). Goteborg: University of Goteborg, pp. 79-94.

Articles

Kuhlmann, E., 2011. Mainstreaming gender into healthcare and policy: learning from international experience. Taiwanese Journal for Studies of Science, Technology & Medicine, 12, pp. 251-271.

Kuhlmann, E., 2010. Making connections for sustainable health systems: professionalism and health human resource policies. European Journal of Public Health, 20 (Supplement 1), p. 123.

Newman, J. and Kuhlmann, E., 2007. Consumers enter the political stage? The modernization of health care in Britain and Germany. Journal of European Social Policy, 17 (2), pp. 99-111.

Saks, M. and Kuhlmann, E., 2006. Introduction: Professions, social inclusion and citizenship. Knowledge, Work and Society, 4 (1), pp. 9-20.

Kuhlmann, E., 2006. Towards "citizen professionals": New patterns of professionalism in health care in Germany. Knowledge, Work and Society, 4 (1), pp. 59-81.

Kuhlmann, E., 2006. Towards an international debate on gender studies: Conference report. Equal Opportunities International, 25 (5), pp. 409-411.

Kuhlmann, E., 2006. Traces of doubt and sources of trust. Health professions in an uncertain society. Current Sociology, 54 (4), pp. 607-620.

Kuhlmann, E., 2004. Post-modern times for professions – the fall of the "ideal professional" and its challenges to theory. Knowledge, Work and Society, 2 (2), pp. 69-89.

Kuhlmann, E., 2003. Gender differences, gender hierarchies and professions: an embedded approach to the German dental profession. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 23 (4/5), pp. 80-96.

Kuhlmann, E. and Babitsch, B., 2002. Bodies, health, gender? Bridging feminist theories and women's health. Women's Studies International Forum, 25 (4), pp. 433-442.

Kuhlmann, E., 2001. The rise of German dental professionalism as a gendered project. How scientific progress and health policy evoked change in gender relations, 1850-1919. Medical History, 45 (4), pp. 441-460.

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