Biography

Professor Lisa Dikomitis is a Cypriot-Belgian anthropologist currently working on global health and public health projects in different countries. Her research areas are forced migration and effects of conflict, non-communicable diseases (with a focus on mental health), health systems and neglected tropical diseases in unserved and underserved areas. She holds degrees in Anthropology and Sociology, Education and Art History.

Professor Dikomitis received her PhD in Comparative Sciences of Cultures, based on an anthropological study among Cypriot refugees and the effects of ethnic conflict, in March 2010. She started her academic career with a postdoctoral lectureship at Ghent University in Belgium (2010-12), then moved to the UK where she first worked as Research Fellow at the Hull York Medical School (2012-14) before taking up a permanent position as Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Hull (2014-16). She joined Keele’s School of Medicine as Senior Lecturer in July 2016 and was promoted to Professor in January 2020.

Grant Portfolio

Since 2014, Professor Dikomitis was awarded over £12 million in external research income from UKRI Councils and the NIHR, of which £5 million as lead investigator (SOLACE and ECLIPSE). She has pioneered new and transformative ways of conducting interdisciplinary global health research, combining anthropology, development studies and health services research with culturally appropriate and context-bespoke community engagement. She has also made innovative contributions in health services research as Co-Investigator and work-package lead of several clinical trials (including PROMPPT, STOPS+, RaCeR) and health system research (including Inter-CEPt and leishmaniasis research in India). Details under ‘Research and scholarship’.

Leading international global health teams

Professor Dikomitis is directing UK-funded programmes of global and humanitarian health research in Brazil, Ethiopia, Pakistan, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. These programmes are underpinned by an ethnographic approach and robust community engagement model, embedded in a medical anthropological theoretical framework. She leads different groups of clinical and non-clinical researchers: she provides intellectual oversight, ensures robust governance, maps out the overall strategic direction and manages successful programme delivery.

Institutional leadership roles 
  • Director, Institute for Global Health (since February 2021)
  • Academic Lead, Institute for Global Health (October 2019-January 2021)
  • Director of Research, School of Medicine (June 2019-September 2020)
  • Elected member of Council, Keele University (2020-24)
  • GCRF Lead, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences (since September 2019)
  • Elected member of Senate, Keele University (2018-21)
  • Director, links@keele, interdisciplinary research methods hub (2017-20)
  • Lead Behavioural and Social Science team, School of Medicine (since July 2016)
Funding bodies

Professor Dikomitis is regularly appointed to UKRI (GCRF, MRC, AHRC) and NIHR funding panels. She is also a member of the MRC Applied Global Health Research Board and member of the AHRC Peer Review College in 4 colleges. Details under ‘Research and scholarships’.

Editorial roles

Professor Dikomitis is Associate Editor of PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases and Associate Editor of Pilot and Feasibility Studies. She is also a member the Editorial Board of Anthropology and Humanism (2021-2023), The Sociological Review (2016-2021), Britain's oldest sociology journal, and was an elected member of the Editorial Board of Sociology (2017-2019), the BSA's flagship journal

Postgraduate supervision

She currently supervises 8 PhD students, has completed 4 PhD students and over 40 master’s students. Professor Dikomitis examined 10 PhD students. Details under ‘Teaching and supervision’.

International speaker

Professor Dikomitis delivered keynotes, research seminars and public lectures at the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt (Germany), Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (the Netherlands), University of Nicosia (Cyprus), Humboldt-Universität Berlin (Germany), PRIO Centre (Cyprus), the University of Opole and University of Silesia (both in Poland), at a GCRF-funded workshop on Global Health and Community Engagement (Nepal), at a Newton-funded Researcher Links Workshop (Malaysia), at the 2019 Annual Convention of the Philippine Academy of Family Physicians, at the 2020 Annual Conference of Asian Studies (Philippines).

Research and scholarship

Professor Lisa Dikomitis is currently leading or co-leading global health and humanitarian public health projects in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Pakistan, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. She has carried out substantial ethnographic fieldwork in several of these countries, as well as in Cyprus, Belgium, and the UK. Her research is situated at the intersection of medicine, development studies, social science and humanities.

Research Areas

Substantive research fields are forced migration and the effects of conflict, non-communicable diseases, health systems and neglected tropical diseases in unserved and underserved areas.

For more details, see ‘Publications’ or email Professor Dikomitis for article and chapter manuscripts.

External Funding 

Professor Dikomitis has an excellent research grant portfolio was awarded over £12M in external research income since her first appointment in UK academia, of which £5M as lead investigator. The quality of her research has been recognised by multiple awards from different funding bodies, including the UK’s Research Councils (MRC and AHRC), NIHR, Research Foundation Flanders (Belgium), the Leventis Foundation (Cyprus) and the European Science Foundation.

Funded projects led by Professor Dikomitis and project in which she leads a substantive work-package include:

  • ECLIPSE, funded by NIHR (role: co-Principal Investigator) £4,576,819
  • Inter-CEPt, funded by NIHR (role: Co-Investigator) £1,110,815
  • Leishmaniasis in India, funded by GCRF EPSRC (role: Co-Investigator) £906,252
  • RaCeR, funded by NIHR (role: Co-Investigator) £249,998
  • STOPS+, funded by MRC (role: Co-Investigator) £564,784
  • PROMPPT, funded by NIHR (role: Co-Investigator) £2,499,608
  • SOLACE, funded by GCRF AHRC-MRC (role: Principal Investigator) £199,840
  • iPRIME, funded by Newton Fund (role: Co-Investigator) £206,600
  • Remember Me, funded by AHRC (role: Co-Investigator) £839,979
Appointments At Funding Bodies

Professor Dikomitis regularly reviews grants for different UKRI Councils, Research Foundation Flanders and the Hellenic Foundation for Research & Innovation. She is member of funding boards and funding panels, including:

  • Member of the MRC Applied Global Health Research Board
  • Member of the AHRC Peer Review College: Academic, International, Strategic ODA, Knowledge Transfer
  • Member of the NIHR COVID-19 College of Experts
  • Member of the AHRC COVID-19 Expert Peer Review Group
  • Membership of funding panels in 2020:
    • AHRC Medical Humanities (April 2020)
    • NIHR/MRC COVID-19 and Ethnicity (May 2020)
    • MRC Applied Global Health panel (July 2020)
    • AHRC GCRF Impact and Engagement Scheme (November 2020) 
Research Excellence Award

She was awarded the Keele Excellence Award for Public Engagement with Research in June 2019. Quote from the panel:

"Prof Dikomitis is an outstanding ambassador for global health research who takes an innovative, inclusive and effective approach to international public engagement. Her recent projects demonstrate her commitment to effective and contextually appropriate public engagement and the benefits this has in terms of the quality of the research."

Academic mentor

Professor Dikomitis currently mentors 11 colleagues. This includes:

  • Early career researchers who wish to develop a career in global health and medicine
  • LMIC-based researchers who spend time in the UK funded by ILAS
  • Keele colleagues who apply for HEA (Advance HE) Fellowships
  • Keele colleagues on the promotion mentor scheme for BAME and female academics

Teaching

Teaching and supervision

Since 2004, Professor Dikomitis taught a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate research methods modules and courses in medical anthropology and sociology of health and illness. At Keele, she teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students global health, sociology of health and qualitative research methods in the School of Medicine. Professor Dikomitis is also a Problem-Based Learning and Experiential Learning tutor at the School of Medicine.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP ROLES

At Keele University, Professor Dikomitis leads the Behavioural and Social Science (BSS) team. Between 2016-19, she led the Experiential Learning strand and the Lifestyle Unit in Keele’s MBChB. Professor Dikomitis also led the curriculum review for BSS in Keele’s MBChB. At the University of Hull, she led the curriculum review for the postgraduate provision of social science research methods (2014-16). Professor Dikomitis is a Senior Fellow of the UK’s Advance HE, previously called Higher Education Academy.

EXTERNAL EXAMINER FOR UK DEGREES

Professor Dikomitis was External Examiner for the Sociology degrees at Goldsmiths, University of London (2016-19) and is currently External Examiner for Medicine at the University of Birmingham (2018-22) and for Medicine at the University of Leeds (2019-23).

RESEARCH CAPACITY BUILDING

Professor Dikomitis played a key role in developing ethnographic research methods training at Keele and beyond. She is regularly invited to deliver specialist ethnography courses, in the UK and abroad. She trained a group of researchers at the Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines and led masterclasses at the interuniversity Critical Ethnography Research Seminar series and the Gender Research Seminar series in Belgium.

As Director of links@keele (2017-20), Professor Dikomitis worked at an institutional, regional and national level. She led on the institutional provision of advanced social science and interdisciplinary research methods training for postgraduate students and early career researchers. In her role as Executive Board Member of Methods North West she led on advanced ethnography training for the ESRC North West Social Science Doctoral Training Partnership. This included several one-day ethnography training sessions as well as the first Ethnography Summer School which she organised and delivered in September 2019.

CURRENT DOCTORAL SUPERVISION

Professor Dikomitis currently supervises several master’s students and 8 PhD students:

  • Ms Jeanette Fanthome (self-funded) works on social prescribing and creative community organisations
  • Ms Tamsin Fisher (ESRC funded) works on young people’s wellbeing
  • Ms Natalie Ilsley (AHRC funded) works on migrant women and the creative arts
  • Ms Helen Machin (Keele funded) works on undocumented Chinese migrants in the UK
  • Dr Faraz Mughal (NIHR funded) works on self-harm in young people
  • Dr Aaron Poppleton (Wellcome funded) works on mental health and Eastern European migrants
  • Ms Lucy Smith (ESRC funded) works on occupational stress and the Victorian asylum
  • Dr Tanya Wright (Wellcome funded) works on burn-out in primary care professionals in low-and middle-income countries
COMPLETED DOCTORAL SUPERVISION

Professor Dikomitis supervised over 40 postgraduate students (MA/MSc/MPhil) students to completion, including 4 PhD students:

  • Dr Alina Buture (viva November 2020) worked on diagnosis of cluster headache
  • Dr Lubna Ferdowsi (viva November 2017) worked on Bangladeshi migrants in the UK
  • Dr Emma Parry (viva January 2020) worked on flare-ups in knee osteoarthritis
  • Dr Isabela Troya (viva October 2019) worked on self-harm in older adults
DOCTORAL EXAMINATION

Professor Dikomitis has examined 10 PhD dissertations, including at the following departments: Anthropology, Goldsmiths (UK), Sociology, University of Sussex (UK), Philosophy and Ethics, Free University Brussels (Belgium) and Medicine, Monash University Malaysia campus.

 

Her interdisciplinary career trajectory is reflected in the publication portfolio by Professor Dikomitis. Starting with social anthropology where she published high-impact single-authored and co-authored articles and book chapters as well as books, as is common in the discipline. This includes her internationally acclaimed monograph, which was described by reviewers as ‘a significant contribution to the sociological understanding of forced migration’ and as ‘one of the best ethnographies written on Cyprus’. After moving to conduct research in medical schools, she continued to publish single-authored anthropological work, but also has a track record of multi-authored articles in clinical and medical journals as first and senior author, reflecting publication conventions in medicine.

Selected Publications

  • Mughal F, Dikomitis L, Babatunde O, Chew-Graham CA. 2021. Experiences of general practice care for self-harm: a qualitative study of young people's perspectives. Br J Gen Pract. link> doi> full text>
  • Yahaya I, Wright T, Babatunde OO, Corp N, Helliwell T, Dikomitis L, Mallen CD. 2021. Prevalence of osteoarthritis in lower middle- and low-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Rheumatol Int. link> doi> full text>
  • Tembo D, Hickey G, Montenegro C, Chandler D, Nelson E, Porter K, Dikomitis L, Chambers M, Chimbari M, Mumba N, Beresford P, Ekiikina PO, Musesengwa R, Staniszewska S, Coldham T, Rennard U. 2021. Effective engagement and involvement with community stakeholders in the co-production of global health research. BMJ, n178, vol. 372. link> doi> full text>
  • Lawton OGP, Lawton SA, Dikomitis L, Protheroe J, Smith J, Mallen CD. 2021. Survey of young people in one region of the UK on accessing COVID-19 information (SOCIAL). BMJ Paediatrics Open, e000942, vol. 5(1). doi> link> full text>
  • Shepherd TA, Ul-Haq Z, Ul-Haq M, Khan MF, Afridi A, Dikomitis L, Robinson ME, Lewis M, Rahman A, Dziedzic K, Saeed U, Awan NR, Mallen C, Farooq S. 2020. Supervised treatment in outpatients for schizophrenia plus (STOPS+): protocol for a cluster randomised trial of a community-based intervention to improve treatment adherence and reduce the treatment gap for schizophrenia in Pakistan. BMJ Open, e034709, vol. 10(6). link> doi> full text>

Full Publications Listshow

Books

  • Pinxten R and Dikomitis L. 2013. When God Comes To Town Religious Traditions in Urban Contexts. Berghahn Books.
  • Dikomitis L. 2012. Cyprus and Its Places of Desire Cultures of Displacement Among Greek and Turkish Cypriot Refugees. I.B.Tauris.

Journal Articles

  • Mughal F, Dikomitis L, Babatunde O, Chew-Graham CA. 2021. Experiences of general practice care for self-harm: a qualitative study of young people's perspectives. Br J Gen Pract. link> doi> full text>
  • Yahaya I, Wright T, Babatunde OO, Corp N, Helliwell T, Dikomitis L, Mallen CD. 2021. Prevalence of osteoarthritis in lower middle- and low-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Rheumatol Int. link> doi> full text>
  • Tembo D, Hickey G, Montenegro C, Chandler D, Nelson E, Porter K, Dikomitis L, Chambers M, Chimbari M, Mumba N, Beresford P, Ekiikina PO, Musesengwa R, Staniszewska S, Coldham T, Rennard U. 2021. Effective engagement and involvement with community stakeholders in the co-production of global health research. BMJ, n178, vol. 372. link> doi> full text>
  • Lawton OGP, Lawton SA, Dikomitis L, Protheroe J, Smith J, Mallen CD. 2021. Survey of young people in one region of the UK on accessing COVID-19 information (SOCIAL). BMJ Paediatrics Open, e000942, vol. 5(1). doi> link> full text>
  • Stephens G, Littlewood C, Foster NE, Dikomitis L. 2020. Rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair: A nested qualitative study exploring the perceptions and experiences of participants in a randomised controlled trial. Clin Rehabil, 269215520984025. link> doi> full text>
  • Littlewood C, Bateman M, Butler-Walley S, Bathers S, Bromley K, Lewis M, Funk L, Denton J, Moffatt M, Winstanley R, Mehta S, Stephens G, Dikomitis L, Foster NE. 2020. Rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair: A multi-centre pilot & feasibility randomised controlled trial (RaCeR). Clin Rehabil, 269215520978859. link> doi> full text>
  • Cuff A, Parton S, Tyer R, Dikomitis L, Foster N, Littlewood C. 2020. Guidelines for the use of diagnostic imaging in musculoskeletal pain conditions affecting the lower back, knee and shoulder: A scoping review. Musculoskeletal Care, 546-554, vol. 18(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Shepherd TA, Ul-Haq Z, Ul-Haq M, Khan MF, Afridi A, Dikomitis L, Robinson ME, Lewis M, Rahman A, Dziedzic K, Saeed U, Awan NR, Mallen C, Farooq S. 2020. Supervised treatment in outpatients for schizophrenia plus (STOPS+): protocol for a cluster randomised trial of a community-based intervention to improve treatment adherence and reduce the treatment gap for schizophrenia in Pakistan. BMJ Open, e034709, vol. 10(6). link> doi> full text>
  • Mughal F, Troya MI, Dikomitis L, Chew-Graham CA, Corp N, Babatunde OO. 2020. Role of the GP in the management of patients with self-harm behaviour: a systematic review. Br J Gen Pract, e364-e373, vol. 70(694). link> doi> full text>
  • Buture A, Boland JW, Dikomitis L, Huang C, Ahmed F. 2020. Development and Evaluation of a Screening Tool to Aid the Diagnosis of a Cluster Headache. Brain Sci, vol. 10(2). link> doi> full text>
  • Buture A, Ahmed F, Mehta Y, Paemeleire K, Goadsby PJ, Dikomitis L. 2020. Perceptions, experiences, and understandings of cluster headache among GPs and neurologists: a qualitative study. Br J Gen Pract, e514-e522, vol. 70(696). link> doi> full text>
  • Troya MI, Chew-Graham CA, Babatunde O, Bartlam B, Mughal F, Dikomitis L. 2019. Role of primary care in supporting older adults who self-harm: a qualitative study in England. Br J Gen Pract, e740-e751, vol. 69(688). link> doi> full text>
  • Buture A, Boland JW, Ahmed F, Dikomitis L. 2019. Images depicting headache pain - a tool to aid the diagnosis of cluster headache: a pilot study. J Multidiscip Healthc, 691-698, vol. 12. link> doi> full text>
  • Yeates P, Cope N, Luksaite E, Hassell A, Dikomitis L. 2019. Exploring differences in individual and group judgements in standard setting. Med Educ, 941-952, vol. 53(9). link> doi> full text>
  • Troya MI, Dikomitis L, Babatunde OO, Bartlam B, Chew-Graham CA. 2019. Understanding self-harm in older adults: A qualitative study. EClinicalMedicine, 52-61, vol. 12. link> doi> full text>
  • Littlewood C, Bateman M, Cooke K, Hennnings S, Cookson T, Bromley K, Lewis M, Funk L, Denton J, Moffatt M, Winstanley R, Mehta S, Stephens G, Dikomitis L, Chesterton L, Foster NE. 2019. Protocol for a multi-centre pilot and feasibility randomised controlled trial with a nested qualitative study: rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair (the RaCeR study). Trials, 328, vol. 20(1). link> doi> full text>
  • Troya MI, Chew-Graham CA, Babatunde O, Bartlam B, Higginbottom A, Dikomitis L. 2019. Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement in a doctoral research project exploring self-harm in older adults. Health Expect, 617-631, vol. 22(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Mughal F, Babatunde O, Dikomitis L, Shaw J, Townsend E, Troya MI, Chew-Graham CA. 2019. Self-harm in young people: the exceptional potential of the general practice consultation. Br J Gen Pract, 168-169, vol. 69(681). link> doi> full text>
  • Troya MI, Babatunde O, Polidano K, Bartlam B, McCloskey E, Dikomitis L, Chew-Graham CA. 2019. Self-harm in older adults: systematic review. Br J Psychiatry, 186-200, vol. 214(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Buture A, Boland JW, Dikomitis L, Ahmed F. 2019. Update on the pathophysiology of cluster headache: imaging and neuropeptide studies. J Pain Res, 269-281, vol. 12. link> doi> full text>
  • Buture A, Ahmed F, Dikomitis L, Boland JW. 2019. Systematic literature review on the delays in the diagnosis and misdiagnosis of cluster headache. Neurol Sci, 25-39, vol. 40(1). link> doi> full text>
  • Kelemen M, Surman E, Dikomitis L. 2018. Cultural animation in health research: An innovative methodology for patient and public involvement and engagement. Health Expect, 805-813, vol. 21(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Boland J, Dikomitis L, Gadoud A. 2016. Medical students writing on death, dying and palliative care: a qualitative analysis of reflective essays. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. doi> link> full text>
  • Dikomitis L. 2016. Reflections on ethnography in medicine. The Cyprus Review, 85-97, vol. 28(1). full text>
  • Dikomitis LA. Reflections on ethnography in medicine. The Cyprus Review: a journal of social, economic and political issues. full text>
  • Dikomitis L, Green T, Macleod U. 2015. Embedding electronic decision-support tools for suspected cancer in primary care: a qualitative study of GPs' experiences. Prim Health Care Res Dev, 548-555, vol. 16(6). link> doi>
  • Dikomitis L. 2014. The Past in Pieces: Belonging in the New Cyprus. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 194-195, vol. 116(1). link> doi>
  • Dikomitis L. 2014. Uprooted communities on Cyprus. An ethnography of Greek and Turkish Cypriot refugees. Tetradio, 107-123, vol. 22.
  • Dikomitis L. 2009. Iron in the Soul. Displacement, Livelihood and Health in Cyprus. ANTHROPOLOGICAL NOTEBOOKS, 88-89, vol. 15(2). link>
  • Dikomitis LA (Ed.). 2006. Making Sense In The City. A Prior #1.
  • Dikomitis L and Pinxten R. 2006. What to Make of Life When You Are an Urbanite, Religion or Secularisation: the Meaning of Life as a Modern Predicament. A Prior #1, 8-23. link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2005. Three Readings of a Border: Greek Cypriots Crossing the Green Line in Cyprus. Anthropology Today, 7-12, vol. 21(5). doi> link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2004. A Moving Field: Greek Cypriot Refugees Returning Home. Durham Anthropological Journal, 7-20, vol. 12(1).

Chapters

  • Dikomitis L and Argyrou V. 2020. The politics of restoring religious sites and cemeteries in the north of Cyprus: An ethnography among Greek Cypriot refugees. In When the Cemetery Becomes Political: Dealing with the Religious Heritage in Multi-Ethnic Regions. Kruse T, Faustmann H, Rogge S (Eds.). Munster, Germany: Waxmann. link>
  • Dikomitis LA and Kelly E. 2018. Enquiry into learning and teaching in the social sciences: Engaging with Ethnographic research. In Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. (2nd ed.). Sage.
  • Dikomitis L. 2013. Under One Roof: Six Years of Border Crossing in Cyprus. In Border Encounters, Proximity and Asymmetry at Europe's Frontiers. (11 vols.). Berghahn Books. link>
  • Dikomitis L and Pinxten R. 2012. Life Stance and Religious Identity in an Urbanised World. The Meaning of Life as a Modern Predicament. In The Sacred in the City. (13 vols.). Bloomsbury Publishing. link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2012. Over etnografisch veldwerk. Een open brief. In Liber Amicorum for Rik Pinxten. Gent Academia Press.
  • Pinxten R, Dikomitis L, Swinnen J. 2010. Meaning in the urban context. In Anders zichtbaar. Zingeving en humanisering in de beeldcultuur. Brussels VUB Press.
  • Dikomitis L and Pinxten R. 2009. From the city to the village and back: Greek Cypriot refugees engaging in 'pilgrimages' across the border. In When God Comes to Town, Religious Traditions in Urban Contexts. (8 vols.). Berghahn Books. link>
  • Dikomitis L and Pinxten R. 2009. Religious Tradition in Urban Contexts. In When God Comes to Town, Religious Traditions in Urban Contexts. (8 vols.). Berghahn Books. link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2009. Grieks- en Turks-Cypriotische vluchtelingen op hun verdeelde eiland. In Mensen. Een inleiding in de culturele antropologie. Pinxten R (Ed.).
  • Dikomitis L. 2009. Insider or outsider? Anthropologist or fellow villager? A reflexive report of ethnographic fieldwork in Cyprus. Gent Academia Press.

Other

  • Parry E, Dikomitis L, Peat G, Chew-Graham C. 2020. PATIENTS' PERSPECTIVES ON FLARES IN KNEE OSTEOARTHRITIS: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE (p. S392, vol. 28). link> doi>
  • Buture A, Dikomitis L, Boland J, Ahmed F. 2019. A literature review of screening tools for the detection of cluster headache. CEPHALALGIA (p. 47, vol. 39). link>
  • Buture A, Boland J, Ahmed F, Dikomitis L. 2019. Images portraying headache pain - a tool to aid the diagnosis of cluster headache. CEPHALALGIA (p. 59, vol. 39). link>
  • Buture A, Ahmed F, Dikomitis L, Boland J. 2019. Misdiagnosis and physicians seen prior to the correct diagnosis of cluster headache: a systematic literature review. CEPHALALGIA (p. 57, vol. 39). link>
  • Buture A, Boland JW, Dikomitis L, Ahmed F. 2018. DELAYS IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND MISDIAGNOSIS OF CLUSTER HEADACHE - A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW. CEPHALALGIA (p. 115, vol. 38). link>
  • Buture A, Dikomitis L, Boland JW, Ahmed F. 2018. IMAGES DEPICTING PAIN - A SCREENING TOOL FOR CLUSTER HEADACHE. CEPHALALGIA (pp. 114-115, vol. 38). link>
  • Buture A, Dikomitis L, Boland J, Ahmed F. 2017. Visual Images - an additional tool for the screening of cluster headache. CEPHALALGIA (p. 219, vol. 37). link>
  • Liddle J, Chew-Graham CA, Mallen CD, Healey EL, Jinks C, Dikomitis L. 2017. SO LOOKING AT THIS, YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'VE GOT SOME ISSUES GOING ON WITH YOUR JOINTS: EXPLORING CASE-FINDING IN LONG-TERM CONDITION REVIEW CONSULTATIONS-THE ENHANCE PILOT TRIAL. RHEUMATOLOGY (p. 121, vol. 56). link>
  • Buture A, Dikomitis L, Ahmed F. 2016. DEVELOPING A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL FOR THE EARLY DIAGNOSIS OF CLUSTER HEADACHE. CEPHALALGIA (p. 92, vol. 36). link>
  • Dikomitis L, Paemeleire K, Goadsby PJ, Ahmed F. 2016. HOW DO CLINICIANS THINK ABOUT CLUSTER HEADACHE. CEPHALALGIA (p. 111, vol. 36). link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2016. BOOK REVIEW: 'The Man Who Closed the Asylums: Franco Basaglia and the Revolution in Mental Health Care'.
  • Dikomitis L, Quarshie V, Paemeleire K, Goadsby PJ, Ahmed F. 2015. Perceptions, understandings and experiences of cluster headache patients in the north of England: a qualitative study. CEPHALALGIA (p. 79, vol. 35). link> doi>
  • Dikomitis L, Green T, Macleod U. 2015. Electronic Risk Assessment Tools: Qualitative Evaluation.
  • Ahmed F, Dikomitis L, Zafar HW, Goadsby P, Paemeliere K. 2014. EHMTI-0357. Perceptions and experiences of cluster headache among patients, general practitioners and neurologists in the north of england: a qualitative study. The journal of headache and pain (p. J1, vol. 15). doi>
  • Dikomitis L. 2014. BOOK REVIEW: The Past in Pieces: Belonging in the New Cyprus. doi> link>
  • Dikomitis L, Birks Y, Oliver S, Macleod U. 2014. Embedding Public Health in Primary Care: The Example of Health Inequalities.
  • Dikomitis L, Bonte M, Willems S, Paemeleire K. 2013. Patients' Perceptions of the Causes of Migraine in Flanders (Belgium): A Qualitative Study. Cephalalgia: an international journal of headache (p. 144, vol. 33). SAGE Publications (UK and US). doi> link>
  • Dikomitis L, Bonte M, Willems S, Paemeleire K. 2013. Patients' Perceptions of the Causes of Migraine in Flanders (Belgium): A Qualitative Study. CEPHALALGIA (pp. 144-145, vol. 33). link>
  • Dikomitis L, Green T, Macleod U. 2012. Dealing with Uncertainty: A Qualitative Evaluation of the Usability and Acceptability of an Electronic Risk Assessment Tool to Aid Cancer Diagnosis in General Practice.
  • Dikomitis L. 2011. BOOK REVIEW: When Greeks Think About Turks: The View from Anthropology Dimitrios Theodossopoulos. doi> link>
  • Dikomitis L. 2011. BOOK REVIEW: Reunifying Cyprus. The Annan Plan and Beyond.
  • Dikomitis L. 2009. BOOK REVIEW: Iron in the Soul. Displacement, Livelihood and Health in Cyprus. link>