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  1. Middleton A (2012) Communication about DTC testing: commentary on a ‘Family Experience of Personal Genomics’. Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 21, issue 3, pp 392-398, January
  2. Middleton A, Parker M, Wright C, Firth H, Carter N, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD team (2012) Sharing genomic research data: launch of new study.  Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors annual conference.  Cambridge.  April 17th.  Poster presentation.
  3. Middleton A, Parker M, Bragin E, Wright C, Morley K, Bevan AP, Firth H, Carter N, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD Study (2012) Sharing data from whole genome studies: empirical study of ethical implications.  The Genomics of Rare Diseases, Cambridge, 21-24 March.  Poster presentation.
  4. Cooper Q (2012) Interview with Anna Middleton. 'Ethical attitudes to sharing genome information' [Radio] BBC Radio 4 Material World. 2 February. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01bb9d4 [Accessed: 14 February 2019]
  5. Cartwright M (2012) Work featured by Anna Middleton. Sanger Institute's big gene survey to test public's view. BBC News England [Online] Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-16835403 [Accessed: 22 February 2018]
  6. Interview with Anna Middleton (2012) What your genes could mean [online] Channel 4 News. Available at: https://www.channel4.com/news/what-your-genes-could-mean [Accessed 13 February 2018]
  7. Clarke T (2012) Featuring Anna Middleton. Do you want to know what diseases lie in store? [online] Channel 4 News. Available at https://www.channel4.com/news/would-you-want-to-know-what-diseases-are-in-your-future [Accessed 13 February 2018]
  8. Middleton, A, Parker, M, Firth H, Carter, N (2011) Exploring the ethics of incidental findings from whole genome studies: understanding what research participants, genomic researchers and genetics professionals want. Presented at International Congress of the American Society of Human Genetics/61st Annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics 2011, 14 October; Montreal, Canada. Poster presentation.
  9. Stayner, B; Walford-Moore, J; Middleton, A on behalf of the Genetic Counsellor Registration Board (2011) UK recognition of International Genetic Counsellor Training and Registration: A Continuing Dialogue. Presented at International Congress of the American Society of Human Genetics/61st Annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics 2011, 14 October; Montreal, Canada. Poster presentation.
  10. Middleton A, Emery SD, Turn​er GH (2010) Views, Knowledge and Beliefs about Genetics and Genetic Counselling amongst People with Deafness. Sign Language Studies, vol. 10, issue 2, pp 170-196
  11. Emery SD, Middleton A, Turner GH (2010) Whose deaf genes are they anyway? The Deaf community challenge to legislation on embryo selection. Sign Language Studies, vol. 10, issue 2, pp 155-169
  12. Middleton A, Alagaratnam N, Girling G, Phyo KM (2010) Communicating in a health care setting with people who have hearing loss. The BMJ, vol. 341, issue 7775, c4672
  13. Middleton A, Turner GH, Bitner-Glindzicz M, Lewis P, Richards M, et al (2010) Preferences for Communication in Clinic from Deaf People: a Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, vol. 16, issue 4, pp 811-817
  14. Middleton A (2009) Specialist issues relevant to working with d/Deaf clients. In: A Middleton (Ed) Working with deaf people – a handbook for health professionals. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 129-138
  15. Middleton A (2009) General themes to consider when working with deaf and hard of hearing clients. In: A Middleton (Ed) Working with deaf people – a handbook for health professionals.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 29-83
  16. Middleton A, Neary W, Moller K (2009) Facts and figures about deafness, NF2 and Deafblindness. In: A Middleton (Ed). Working with deaf people – a handbook for health professionals.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 1-28
  17. Blankmeyer Burke T, Emery S, Belk R, Middleton A, Turner G (2008) Response to Editorial Change and Stallworthy Letter. The BMJ, [Online]. Published 22 May 2008. [Accessed: 1 April 2020]
  18. Gregory M, Middleton A, Atkinson P (2009) Chapter 5: Timescapes and Genescapes. In: C Gaff and C Bylund (Eds). Family communication about genetics: theory and practice. Oxford University Press: New York
  19. Emery S, Blankmeyer Burke T, Middleton A, Belk R, Turner G (2008) Reproductive Liberty and Deafness: Clause 14(4)(9) of the UK Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill should be amended or deleted. The BMJ, vol. 336, issue 976, May
  20. Stevens, Ailsa (2008). Debating deafness and embryo selection: Are we undermining reproductive confidence in the deaf community? BioNews [online]. Issue 454. Available at: http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_37988.asp [Accessed 13 February 2018]
  21. Blankmeyer Burke T, Belk R, Middleton A (2008) Legislation, Deafness and Reproductive Rights.  Comments on Clause 14 of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill.  Bionews.  Progress Educational Trust.  5 Feb 2008
  22. Middleton A, Robson F, Burnell L, Ahmed M (2007) Providing a Transcultural Genetic Counseling Service in the UK. Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 16, issue 5, pp 567-582​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
  23. Clarke A, Middleton A, Cowley L, Guilbert P, Macleod R et al (2007) Report from the UK and Eire Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors (AGNC) Supervision Working Group on Genetic Counselling Supervision. Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 16, issue 2, pp 127-142
  24. Middleton A, Cowley L, Clarke A (2007) Invited Editorial on Counselling Supervision. Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 16, issue 2, pp 123-125
  25. Middleton A, Wiles V, Downing S, Everest S, Kershaw A, et al (2007) Reflections on the Experience of Counseling Supervision by a Team of Genetic Counselors from the UK. Journal of Genetic Counseling, vol. 16, issue 2, pp 143-155
  26. Middleton A (2007) Attitudes of deaf people and their families towards issues surrounding genetics. In: A Martini, D Stephens and AP Read (Eds). Genes, Hearing and Deafness. From Molecular Biology to Clinical Practice. London: Informa Healthcare, pp 163-172
  27. Middleton A, Moumoulidis I, Crossland G, Raghu M, Kumar Singh P, et al (2006) Attitudes of Individuals with Otosclerosis Towards Genetic Technology. In: D Stephens and L Jones (Eds). The Effects of Genetic Hearing Impairment in the Family. London: Wiley, pp 237-244
  28. Middleton A (2006) Genetic Counselling and the d/Deaf Community. In: D Stephens and L Jones (Eds). The Effects of Genetic Hearing Impairment in the Family. London: Wiley, pp 257-284
  29. Middleton A (2006) Deaf Community and Genetics. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (eLS). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons Ltd
  30. Middleton A, Ahmed M, Levene S (2005) Tailoring genetic information and services to clients’ culture, knowledge and language level. Nursing standard, vol. 20, issue 2, pp 52-56

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