Individualisation and Inequalities in Health: A Qualitative Study of Class Identity and Health
Social Science and Medicine 2004 October; 59(7): 1355-1365
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Response to Written Feedback of Clinical Data Within a Longitudinal Study: A Qualitative Study Exploring the Ethical Implications Lorimer, Karen; Gray, Cindy M; Hunt, Kate; Wyke, Sally; Anderson, Annie; Benzeval, Michaela (2011-01-27)There is a growing ethical imperative to feedback research results to participants but there remains a striking lack of empirical research on how people respond to individualised feedback. We sought to explore longitudinal ...
Managing Communication With Young People Who Have a Potentially Life Threatening Chronic Illness: Qualitative Study of Patients and Parents Young, Bridget; Dixon-Woods, Mary; Windridge, Kate C.; Heney, David (2003-02-08)OBJECTIVES: To examine young people's and parents' accounts of communication about cancer in childhood. DESIGN: Semistructured interviews analysed using the constant comparative method. SETTING: Paediatric oncology unit. ...