Choudhury-Peters, D. (2015). Oral and Maxillofacial trauma clinic psychology service, Royal London Hospital (oral presentation). British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting. Liverpool.
Choudhury-Peters, D., & Dain, V. (2016). Developing psychological services following facial trauma, British Medical Journal Quality Improvement Reports (in press).
Choudhury-Peters, D., Davies, A., Tahim, A., & Bridle, C. (2016). A multi-disciplinary approach to working effectively with a patient with comorbid mental illness, substance abuse, self-harm and suicidality within the context of brain injury and maxillofacial trauma surgery. British Medical Journal Case Reports (submitted).
Choudhury-Peters, D., Davies, A., Tahim, A., Holmes, S. (2016). A collaborative care model for the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms in a mother whose son was treated following a dog attack: Case report. British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (submitted).
Choudhury-Peters, D. (in preparation). South Asian Muslim women and shame: a qualitative study and process model of shame and it’s application in the clinical setting. Mental Health, Religion and Culture.
Choudhury-Peters, D. (in preparation). Religiosity in South Asian Muslim Women and their proneness to self-compassion
Choudhury, D., & Chapman, L. (2003). IT strikes back! Computers in Psychiatry Special Interest Group Newsletter, Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Choudhury, D. & Chowdhury, U. (2007). Parents’ experiences of caring for a child with Gilles de la Tourette’s Syndrome. Advancing Practice in Bedfordshire, 4, 2, 67-73.
Choudhury, D., & Chowdhury, U. (2006). Semantic Pragmatic Disorder. In: S. M. Stein & U. Chowdhury (eds.), Disorganised Children. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Choudhury, D., Chowdhury, U., & Robertson, M. (2003). Parents’ experiences of caring for a child with Tourette’s Syndrome. Poster presentation at NICE (National Institute of Clinical Excellence) conference.
Wilson, N., & Choudhury-Peters, D. (2014). International experiential dynamic therapy association (IEDTA) conference 2014. “Healing the effects of trauma.” Ad hoc Bulletin of Short-Term Dynamic Therapy. 18, 2, 43-47.