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 ...
Patients' and Family Members' Views on How Clinicians Enact and How They Should Enact Incident Disclosure: The "100 Patient Stories" Qualitative Study Iedema, Rick; Allen, Suellen; Britton, Kate; Piper, Donella; Baker, Andrew; Grbich, Carol; Allan, Alfred; Jones, Liz; Tuckett, Anthony; Williams, Allison; Manias, Elizabeth; Gallagher, Thomas H (2011-07-25)To investigate patients' and family members' perceptions and experiences of disclosure of healthcare incidents and to derive principles of effective disclosure.
Stokes, Tim; Dixon-Woods, Mary; Windridge, Kate C.; McKinley, Robert K. (2003-06-14)