Academic Work

Journal Article.

Linton S. Taking the difference out of attainment. British Medical Journal. 2020.

Book Chapter.

Linton S. Postscript. In: Chattoo S, Atkin K, Craig G, Flynn R, editors, Understanding ‘race’ and ethnicity. Bristol University Press, second edition, 2019. p. 277.


Samara Linton is the co-editor of The Colour of Madness: Exploring BAME Mental Health in the UK. It features the art, poetry, stories, and memoirs from over 50 people from Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds in the UK. The Colour of Madness is available to purchase at Amazon, Waterstones, and other bookstores.

Conference Paper.

Linton S, Hankir A, Anderson S, Carrick FR, Zaman R. Harnessing the Power of Film to Combat Mental Health Stigma. A University College London Psychiatry Society Event. Psychiatria Danubina. Sep;29(Suppl 3):300-306, 2017.

Conference Poster.

Linton S. Factors affecting the incidence of schizophrenia in the black British population. Royal College of Psychiatrists International Congress, Edinburgh. 2017.

Technical Report.

Hird T, Linton S. Lessons From Ebola Affected Communities: being prepared for future health crises. Polygeia, Africa All-Party Parliamentary Group, 2016.

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