CLARE XANTHOS | ACADEMIC EDITOR
Clare Xanthos received her Ph.D. in Social Policy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), where she was the recipient of several scholarships/awards. Her doctoral research, which was highlighted in The Times (9/20/05) was titled “NHS Complaints Managers: A Study of the Conflicts and Tensions in their Role.” Additionally, she holds a Masters degree in Housing Studies, and a Bachelors degree in Social Sciences. Dr. Xanthos has lived and worked in several countries including the USA, Barbados, and the UK.
Before becoming an academic editor, Clare was a university researcher/professor for 16 years (most recently employed at Morehouse School of Medicine). She has extensive experience in producing and editing academic manuscripts in various formats, and is the author of numerous articles in the field of social sciences and public health, targeted to both academic and non-academic audiences. One of her articles has been listed as one of the most cited Journal of Men’s Health articles published since 2008. Moreover, in 2012, Clare served as an editor for a book relating to health disparities (published by John Wiley and Sons), and wrote two of the chapters in the volume.
Treadwell, H. M., Xanthos, C., & Holden, K. B. (Eds.). (2012). Social determinants of health among African-American men. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
Xanthos, C., Treadwell, H. M., & Holden, K. B. (2012). Introduction to social determinants of health among African-American Men. In H. M. Treadwell, C. Xanthos, & K. B. Holden (Eds.), Social determinants of health among African-American men. (pp. 1–18). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
Xanthos, C. (2012). Unequal treatment as a determinant of African-American men’s health. In H. M. Treadwell, C. Xanthos, & K. B. Holden (Eds.), Social determinants of health among African-American men. (pp. 207–224). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons.
Xanthos, C., Treadwell, H. M., & Holden, K. B. (2010). Social determinants of health among African-American men. Journal of Men’s Health, 7(1), 11-19.
Braithwaite Holden, K. & Xanthos, C. (2009). Disadvantages in mental health care among African Americans. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(2A),17-23.
Xanthos, C. (2008). Conflicting obligations: role conflict among health care complaints managers. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 9(1), Art. 8.
Xanthos, C. (2007). Delivering a patient-focused health service: the views of physicians in Barbados. Health Sociology Review, 16(3-4), 263-279 (October 2007).
Xanthos, C. (2009). Feeling the strain: the impact of stress on the health of African-American men. Community Voices, Morehouse School of Medicine.
Xanthos, C. (2008). The secret epidemic: exploring the mental health crisis affecting African-American adolescent males. Community Voices, Morehouse School of Medicine.
Xanthos, C. (2005). When things go wrong. Health Matters, Issue 62. Published Winter 2005.
Xanthos, C. (2005). Conflicts and tensions in the role of NHS complaints managers. Health Care Risk Report, 11(9), 14-15, 2005.
Xanthos, C. (2005). Defensive formation? PPI Monitor – The Essential Tool for Effective Patient & Public Involvement, June 2005 (pp 14-15).
Smith-Bowers, B., Barlow, J., & Xanthos, C. (1997). New lives: new homes. The temporary social housing grant funding framework 1997/98. London: London Housing Federation.
Steele, A. & Xanthos, C. (1997). Birth of the hybrid manager. Housing. Published February 1997.