Health Services Research Centre


Recent reports:

Devolving Health and Social Care: Learning from Greater Manchester This report presents findings from research commissioned and funded by The Health Foundation and the NIHR CLAHRC to better understand how health and social care devolution policy has developed in Greater Manchester, including what changes it brought to governance, accountability and organisational arrangements, and how changes to health and care services for people were planned and implemented. 

GM Primary Care 7-Day Access Evaluation Final Report - NIHR CLAHRC-GM has been working with Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) since 2013 to evaluate the implementation of 7 day access to general practice (i.e. additional provision of GP appointments on evenings and at the weekend) across Greater Manchester (GM). This report of latest research evaluation explores the uptake of weekly evening and weekend appointments, how extended access was rolled out and implemented across six GM Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), and the impact it has on the use of other services in the area.

Impact of the Care Quality Commission on provider performance: room for improvement?

Research carried out by The King’s Fund and the Alliance Manchester Business School, funded by the National Institute for Health Research, examined how the CQC was working in four sectors between 2015 and 2018 – acute hospitals, mental health, general practice, and social care — in six areas of England to assess whether CQC inspections actually drive improvements in provider performance. 

Responses to Francis: Changes in board leadership and governance in acute hospitals in England since 2013 - Naomi Chambers's report, funded by the Department of Health Research Programme and published in conjunction with the Nuffield Trust and the University of Birmingham, is available to now read in either the full report or easy guide version. The report  finds that hospital leadership has generally changed for the better since the Francis Inquiry. There are, however, worrying signs that current high levels of demand, and the financial, workforce and regulatory pressures in the NHS are putting recent gains in providing safer and kinder care to patients at risk.

Evaluating the Development of Medical Revalidation in England and its Impact on Organisational Performance and Medical Practice - An independent research report led by Kieran Walshe, funded by the Department of Health Policy Research Programme and published in collaboration with the University of York and the University of Plymouth, examines reforms to the ways doctors are regulated by the General Medical Council's introduction of medical revalidation for all doctors in the United Kingdom. Overall, research shows the majority of the public and medical professionals think doctors' fitness to practice should be regularly checked and support the introduction of medical revalidation. However, while research suggests that the new system is working, its effectiveness and impact could be improved.

Recent books:

Critical Leadership: Leader-Follower Dynamics in a Public Organization by AMBS’s Paul Evans, John Hassard and Paula Hyde has attracted attention not only for being an in-depth ethnographic study of power and authority in a large bureaucracy, but also for providing a forceful critique of the New Public Management agenda in business strategy. It challenges traditional assumptions of leadership as residing exclusively in the qualities of the formal leader and highlights, instead, the network forces that influence leader-follower relations – a controversial argument in that it stresses, for example, the importance of understanding ‘followership’ as much as leadership. Previously available only in hardback, this book has recently been reissued in paperback edition. 

Managing Modern Health Care: Knowledge, Networks and Practice by Mike Bresnen, Damian Hodgson, Simon Bailey, Paula Hyde, and John Hassard theoretically and empirically relates to wider work on networks and networking, management knowledge, situated learning/communities of practice, professionalization/professional identity and healthcare management. Its practical contributions include recommendations for healthcare management practitioners and policy makers that are intended to impact upon and help enhance healthcare management delivery and performance.

Deconstructing the Welfare State: Managing Healthcare in the Age of Reform
 by Paula Hyde, Edward Granter, John Hassard and Leo McCann explores the daily realities of working life for middle managers in the National Health Service during a time of radical change and disruption. 

Healthcare Management 

is edited by Kieran Walshe and Judith Smith and written by leading experts in the field. This popular book, now in its third edition, covers all key aspects of healthcare management with healthcare managers, professionals and students in mind. It provides an accessible and evidence-based guide to healthcare systems, services, organisations and management.



Below is a selection of our other recent publications

ALCADIPANI, R., HASSARD, J. and ISLAM, G., 2018. “I Shot the Sheriff”: Irony, Sarcasm and the Changing Nature of Workplace Resistance. Journal of Management Studies, 55(8), pp. 1452-1487.

ALLEN, T., WHITTAKER, W., SUTTON, M. and KONTOPANTELIS, E., 2018. Influence of financial and reputational incentives on primary care performance: A longitudinal study. British Journal of General Practice, 68(677), pp. E811-E818.

AROLES, J., CLEGG, S. and GRANTER, E., 2018. Death and the Penguin: modularity, alienation and organising. Culture and Organization.

BLICKEM, C., DAWSON, S., KIRK, S., VASSILEV, I., MATHIESON, A., HARRISON, R., BOWER, P. and LAMB, J., 2018. What is Asset-Based Community Development and How Might It Improve the Health of People With Long-Term Conditions? A Realist Synthesis. SAGE Open, 8(3).

BOYD, A., ROSS, S., ROBERTSON, R., WALSHE, K. and SMITHSON, R., 2018. How hospital survey teams function: An analysis of Care Quality Commission inspections of acute hospitals in England. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 32(2), pp. 206-223.

BRADLEY, F., SESTON, E., MANNALL, C. and CUTTS, C., 2018. Evolution of the general practice pharmacist's role in England: A longitudinal study. British Journal of General Practice, 68(675), pp. e727-e734.

BRYCE, M., LUSCOMBE, K., BOYD, A., TAZZYMAN, A., TREDINNICK-ROWE, J., WALSHE, K. and ARCHER, J., 2018. Policing the profession? Regulatory reform, restratification and the emergence of Responsible Officers as a new locus of power in UK medicine. Social Science and Medicine, 213, pp. 98-105.

CHECKLAND, K., DAM, R., HAMMOND, J., COLEMAN, A., SEGAR, J., MAYS, N. and ALLEN, P., 2018. Being Autonomous and Having Space in which to Act: Commissioning in the 'New NHS' in England. Journal of Social Policy, 47(2), pp. 377-395.

CHECKLAND, K., MCDERMOTT, I., COLEMAN, A., WARWICK-GILES, L., BRAMWELL, D., ALLEN, P. and PECKHAM, S., 2018. Planning and managing primary care services: lessons from the NHS in England. Public Money and Management, 38(4), pp. 261-270.

COTTERILL, S., KNOWLES, S., MARTINDALE, A., ELVEY, R., HOWARD, S., COUPE, N., WILSON, P. and SPENCE, M., 2018. Getting messier with TIDieR: Embracing context and complexity in intervention reporting. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 18(1).

ELVEY, R., BAILEY, S., CHECKLAND, K., MCBRIDE, A., PARKIN, S., ROTHWELL, K. and HODGSON, D., 2018. Implementing new care models: Learning from the Greater Manchester demonstrator pilot experience. BMC Family Practice, 19(1).

ELVEY, R., VOORHEES, J., BAILEY, S., BURNS, T. and HODGSON, D., 2018. GPS' views of health policy changes: A qualitative 'netnography' study of UK general practice online magazine commentary. British Journal of General Practice, 68(671), pp. e441-e448.

FERGUSON, J., KEYWORTH, C. and TULLY, M., 2018. ‘If no-one stops me, I'll make the mistake again’: Changing prescribing behaviours through feedback; A Perceptual Control Theory perspective’. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy, 14(3), pp. 241-247.

FERGUSON, J., SESTON, L. and ASHCROFT, D., 2018. Refer-to-pharmacy: A qualitative study exploring the implementation of an electronic transfer of care initiative to improve medicines optimisation following hospital discharge. BMC Health Services Research, 18(1).

GELLATLY, J., PELIKAN, G., WILSON, P., WOODWARD-NUTT, K., SPENCE, M., JONES, A. and LOVELL, K., 2018. A qualitative study of professional stakeholders' perceptions about the implementation of a stepped care pain platform for people experiencing chronic widespread pain. BMC Family Practice, 19(1),.

GOODWIN, T., BROCKLEHURST, P., HALL, B., MCDONALD, R., TICKLE, M. and WILLIAMS, L., 2018. How, and why, does capitation affect general dental practitioners' behaviour? A rapid realist review. British Journal of Health Care Management, 24(10), pp. 505-513.

GORE, O., HAMMOND, J., BAILEY, S., CHECKLAND, K. and HODGSON, D., 2018. Not every public sector is a field: evidence from the recent overhaul of the English NHS. Public Management Review.

GORE, O., MCDERMOTT, I., CHECKLAND, K., ALLEN, P. and MORAN, V., 2018. Discretion drift in primary care commissioning in England: Towards a conceptualization of hybrid accountability obligations. Public Administration.

GRANTER, E., WANKHADE, P., MCCANN, L., HASSARD, J. and HYDE, P., 2018. Multiple Dimensions of Work Intensity: Ambulance Work as Edgework. Work, Employment and Society.

GRAY, T, RHODES, S., ATKINSON, R., ROTHWELL, K., WILSON, P., DUMVILLE, J. and CULLUM, N., 2018. Opportunities for better value wound care: A multiservice, cross-sectional survey of complex wounds and their care in a UK community population. BMJ Open, 8(3).

GUTACKER, N., BLOOR, K., BOJKE, C. and WALSHE, K., 2018. Should interventions to reduce variation in care quality target doctors or hospitals? Health Policy, 122(6), pp. 660-666.

HALL, A., BOULTON, E. and STANMORE, E., 2018. Older adults’ perceptions of wearable technology hip protectors: implications for further research and development strategies. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology.

HALL, A., HAMMOND, J., BRAMWELL, D., COLEMAN, A., WARWICK-GILES, L. and CHECKLAND, K., 2018. Beyond the parish pump: What next for public health? BMC Public Health, 18(1).

HAMMOND, J., COLEMAN, A. and CHECKLAND, K., 2018. Enacting localist health policy in the English NHS: The ‘governing assemblage’ of clinical commissioning groups. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 23(1), pp. 49-56.

HAMMOND, J., SPEED, E., ALLEN, P., MCDERMOTT, I., COLEMAN, A. and CHECKLAND, K., 2018. Autonomy, accountability, and ambiguity in arm’s-length meta-governance: the case of NHS England. Public Management Review.

HANDOKO, I., BRESNEN, M. and NUGROHO, Y., 2018. Knowledge exchange and social capital in supply chains. International Journal of Operations and Production Management, 38(1), pp. 90-108.

HARVEY, G., GIFFORD, W., CUMMINGS, G., KELLY, J., KISLOV, R., KITSON, A., PETTERSSON, L., WALLIN, L., WILSON, P. and EHRENBERG, A., 2018. Mobilising evidence to improve nursing practice: A qualitative study of leadership roles and processes in four countries. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 90, pp. 21-30.

HARVEY, G., LLEWELLYN, S., MANIATOPOULOS, G., BOYD, A. and PROCTER, R., 2018. Correction to: Facilitating the implementation of clinical technology in healthcare: What role does a national agency play? (BMC Health Services Research (2018) 18 (347) DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3176-9). BMC Health Services Research, 18(1).

HARVEY, G., LLEWELLYN, S., MANIATOPOULOS, G., BOYD, A. and PROCTER, R., 2018. Facilitating the implementation of clinical technology in healthcare: What role does a national agency play? BMC Health Services Research, 18(1).

HASSARD, J., BURNS, D., HYDE, P. and BURNS, J., 2018. A Visual Turn for Organizational Ethnography: Embodying the Subject in Video-Based Research. Organization Studies, 39(10), pp. 1403-1424.

HASSARD, J. and MORRIS, J., 2018. Contrived Competition and Manufactured Uncertainty: Understanding Managerial Job Insecurity Narratives in Large Corporations. Work, Employment and Society, 32(3), pp. 564-580.

HUNTER, R, FULOP, N., BOADEN, R., MCKEVITT, C., PERRY, C., RAMSAY, A., RUDD, A., TURNER, S., TYRRELL, P., WOLFE, C. and MORRIS, S., 2018. The potential role of cost-utility analysis in the decision to implement major system change in acute stroke services in metropolitan areas in England. Health Research Policy and Systems, 16(1).

JONES, A., HAYHURST, K.P., WHITTAKER, W., MASON, T. and SUTTON, M., 2018. Development of a resource allocation formula for substance misuse treatment services. Journal of Public Health (Oxford, England), 40(3), pp. e396-e404.

KISLOV, R., 2018. Engaging with theory: From theoretically informed to theoretically informative improvement research. BMJ Quality and Safety.

KISLOV, R., 2018. Selective permeability of boundaries in a boundary spanning team, 78th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, AOM 2018, 2018.

KISLOV, R., 2018. Selective permeability of boundaries in a knowledge brokering team. Public Administration, 96(4), pp. 817-836.

KISLOV, R., WILSON, P., KNOWLES, S. and BOADEN, R., 2018. Learning from the emergence of NIHR Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs): A systematic review of evaluations. Implementation Science, 13(1).

KÖPPEN, J., MAIER, C.B., BUSSE, R., BOND, C., MUNROS CO-PI, ELLIOTT, R., MUNROS CO-PI, BRUHN, H., MCLAGGAN, D., ZVONICKOVA, M., HODYC, D., SVOBODOVÁ, H., SUTTON, M., GIBSON, J., MCBRIDE, A., ZANDER, B., CORETTI, S., RUGGERI, M., VAN EXEL, J., DE BONT, A., LUYENDJK, M., ASKILDSEN, J.E., ISLAM, M.K., OPSAHL, J., SOBCZAK, A., DYKOWSKA, G., WINTER, M., OSTROWSKA, S., MIJAL, M., BASIHOS, S., DOGAN, M. and GÜLDEM ÖKEM, Z., 2018. What are the motivating and hindering factors for health professionals to undertake new roles in hospitals? A study among physicians, nurses and managers looking at breast cancer and acute myocardial infarction care in nine countries. Health Policy, 122(10), pp. 1118-1125.

LAVALLÉE, J., GRAY, T., DUMVILLE, J. and CULLUM, N., 2018. Barriers and facilitators to preventing pressure ulcers in nursing home residents: A qualitative analysis informed by the Theoretical Domains Framework. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 82, pp. 79-89.

LONGLEY, V., PETERS, S., SWARBRICK, C. and BOWEN, A., 2018. What influences decisions about ongoing stroke rehabilitation for patients with pre-existing dementia or cognitive impairment: a qualitative study? Clinical Rehabilitation, 32(8), pp. 1133-1144.


MCKEVITT, C., RAMSAY, A., PERRY, C., TURNER, S., BOADEN, R., WOLFE, C. and FULOP, N., 2018. Patient, carer and public involvement in major system change in acute stroke services: The construction of value. Health Expectations, 21(3), pp. 685-692.

MORENO, J. and SHAW, D., 2018. Women’s empowerment following disaster: a longitudinal study of social change. Natural Hazards, 92(1), pp. 205-224.

NELSON, P., MARTINDALE, A., MCBRIDE, A., CHECKLAND, K. and HODGSON, D., 2018. Skill-mix change and the general practice workforce challenge. British Journal of General Practice, 68(667), pp. 66-67.

PAKIANATHAN, M., WHITTAKER, W., LEE, M., AVERY, J., GREEN, S., NATHAN, B. and HEGAZI, A., 2018. Chemsex and new HIV diagnosis in gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men attending sexual health clinics. HIV Medicine, 19(7), pp. 485-490.

PERRY, C., PAPACHRISTOU, I., RAMSAY, A., BOADEN, R., MCKEVITT, C., TURNER, S., WOLFE, C. and FULOP, N., 2018. Patient experience of centralized acute stroke care pathways. Health Expectations, 21(5), pp. 909-918.

PETSOULAS, C., ALLEN, P., HORROCKS, S., POLLARD, K., DUNCAN, L., GIBBARD, E., WYE, L., MCDONALD, R., COOK, J. and HUSBAND, P., 2018. Using contractual incentives in district nursing in the English NHS: results from a qualitative study. Public Money and Management, 38(3), pp. 223-232.

PROUDLOVE, N., GOFF, M., WALSHE, K. and BOADEN, R., 2018. The signal in the noise: Robust detection of performance “outliers” in health services. Journal of the Operational Research Society.

PROUDLOVE, N., SAMARASINGHE, B. and WALSHE, K., 2018. Investigating consistent patterns of variation in short-notice cancellations of elective operations: The potential for learning and improvement through multi-site evaluations. Health Services Management Research, 31(3), pp. 111-119.

RICHARDSON, E., WALSHE, K., BOYD, A., ROBERTS, J., WENZEL, L., ROBERTSON, R. and SMITHSON, R., 2018. User involvement in regulation: A qualitative study of service user involvement in Care Quality Commission inspections of health and social care providers in England. Health Expectations.

SHAW, D. and ALLEN, T., 2018. Studying innovation ecosystems using ecology theory. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 136, pp. 88-102.

TAZZYMAN, A., FERGUSON, J., WALSHE, K., BOYD, A., TREDINNICK-ROWE, J., HILLIER, C., REGAN DE BERE, S. and ARCHER, J., 2018. The evolving purposes of medical revalidation in the United Kingdom: A qualitative study of professional and regulatory narratives. Academic Medicine, 93(4), pp. 642-647.

TURTON, A., ANGILLEY, J., LONGLEY, V., CLATWORTHY, P. and GILCHRIST, I., 2018. Search training for people with visual field loss after stroke: A cohort study. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 81(5), pp. 255-265.

VÖLLM, B., EDWORTHY, R., HUBAND, N., TALBOT, E., MAJID, S., HOLLEY, J., FURTADO, V., WEAVER, T., MCDONALD, R. and DUGGAN, C., 2018. Characteristics and pathways of long-stay patients in high and medium secure settings in England; A secondary publication from a large mixed-methods study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9(APR).

ALLEN, P., OSIPOVIČ, D., SHEPHERD, E., COLEMAN, A., PERKINS, N., GARNETT, E. and WILLIAMS, L., 2017. Commissioning through competition and cooperation in the English NHS under the Health and Social Care Act 2012: Evidence from a qualitative study of four clinical commissioning groups. BMJ Open, 7(2),.

ALLEN, T., WHITTAKER, W. and SUTTON, M., 2017. Does the proportion of pay linked to performance affect the job satisfaction of general practitioners? Social Science and Medicine, 173, pp. 9-17.

ANDREWS, M., ELAMIN, O., HALL, A.R., KYRIAKOULIS, K. and SUTTON, M., 2017. Inference in the presence of redundant moment conditions and the impact of government health expenditure on health outcomes in England. Econometric Reviews, 36(1-3), pp. 23-41.

ANSELMI, L., MEACOCK, R., KRISTENSEN, S.R., DORAN, T. and SUTTON, M., 2017. Arrival by ambulance explains variation in mortality by time of admission: Retrospective study of admissions to hospital following emergency department attendance in England. BMJ Quality and Safety, 26(8), pp. 613-621.

APFELBACHER, C.J. and NELSON, P.A., 2017. Patient-reported outcome measures and qualitative research in dermatology: the quest for authenticity. British Journal of Dermatology, 176(2), pp. 285-287.

BAILEY, S., CHECKLAND, K., HODGSON, D., MCBRIDE, A., ELVEY, R., PARKIN, S., ROTHWELL, K. and PIERIDES, D., 2017. The policy work of piloting: Mobilising and managing conflict and ambiguity in the English NHS. Social Science and Medicine, 179, pp. 210-217.

BARNES, T.R.E., LEESON, V.C., PATON, C., MARSTON, L., DAVIES, L., WHITTAKER, W., OSBORN, D., KUMAR, R., KEOWN, P., ZAFAR, R., IQBAL, K., SINGH, V., FRIDRICH, P., FITZGERALD, Z., BAGALKOTE, H., HADDAD, P.M., HUSNI, M. and AMOS, T., 2017. Amisulpride augmentation in clozapine-unresponsive schizophrenia (AMICUS): A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised trial of clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness. Health technology assessment, 21(49), pp. i-53.

BARTLETT, Y.K., WEBB, T.L. and HAWLEY, M.S., 2017. Using persuasive technology to increase physical activity in people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by encouraging regular walking: A mixed-methods study exploring opinions and preferences. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(4),.

BICKERDIKE, L., BOOTH, A., WILSON, P.M., FARLEY, K. and WRIGHT, K., 2017. Social prescribing: Less rhetoric and more reality. A systematic review of the evidence. BMJ Open, 7(4),.

BIRCH, S., TOMBLIN MURPHY, G., MACKENZIE, A., WHITTAKER, W. and MASON, T., 2017. Will the Need-Based Planning of Health Human Resources Currently Undertaken in Several Countries Lead to Excess Supply and Inefficiency? A Comment on Basu and Pak. Health Economics (United Kingdom), 26(6), pp. 818-821.

BORRELLI, B., GAYNOR, S., TOOLEY, E., ARMITAGE, C.J., WEARDEN, A. and BARTLETT, Y.K., 2017. Identification of Three Different Types of Smokers Who Are Not Motivated to Quit: Results From a Latent Class Analysis. Health Psychology, .

BOYD, A., ADDICOTT, R., ROBERTSON, R., ROSS, S. and WALSHE, K., 2017. Are inspectors’ assessments reliable? Ratings of NHS acute hospital trust services in England. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 22(1), pp. 28-36.

BRESNEN, M., 2017. Being careful what we wish for? Challenges and opportunities afforded through engagement with business and management research. Construction Management and Economics, 35(1-2), pp. 24-34.

BRESNEN, M., HODGSON, D., BAILEY, S., HYDE, P. and HASSARD, J., 2017. Managing modern healthcare: Knowledge, networks and practice. Managing Modern Healthcare: Knowledge, Networks and Practice. pp. 1-207.

BRESNEN, M., HODGSON, D., BAILEY, S., HYDE, P. and HASSARD, J., 2017. Mobilizing management knowledge in healthcare: Institutional imperatives and professional and organizational mediating effects. Management Learning, 48(5), pp. 597-614.

BRITTEON, P., CULLUM, N. and SUTTON, M., 2017. Association between psychological health and wound complications after surgery. British Journal of Surgery, 104(6), pp. 769-776.

BROWN, E.M., SMITH, D.M., EPTON, T. and ARMITAGE, C.J., 2017. Do Self-Incentives and Self-Rewards Change Behavior? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Behavior Therapy, .

BULL, E.R., CLAYTON, H. and HENDRY, T., 2017. Bump Start: Developing and piloting a healthy living group intervention for obese pregnant women. British Journal of Midwifery, 25(6), pp. 386-395.

BULL, E.R., MASON, C., JUNIOR, F.D., SANTOS, L.V., SCOTT, A., ADEMOKUN, D., SIMIÃO, Z., OLIVER, W.M., JOAQUIM, F.F. and CAVANAGH, S.M., 2017. Developing nurse medication safety training in a health partnership in Mozambique using behavioural science. Globalization and Health, 13(1),.

BYRNE-DAVIS, L.M.T., BULL, E.R., BURTON, A., DHARNI, N., GILLISON, F., MALTINSKY, W., MASON, C., SHARMA, N., ARMITAGE, C.J., JOHNSTON, M., BYRNE, G.J. and HART, J.K., 2017. How behavioural science can contribute to health partnerships: The case of The Change Exchange. Globalization and Health, 13(1),.

CAMACHO, E.M., NTAIS, D., JONES, S., RISTE, L., MORRISS, R., LOBBAN, F. and DAVIES, L.M., 2017. Cost-effectiveness of structured group psychoeducation versus unstructured group support for bipolar disorder: Results from a multi-centre pragmatic randomised controlled trial. Journal of affective disorders, 211, pp. 27-36.

CHECKLAND, K., 2017. The 4 Ps: Problems in personalising a public service (a personal view of personalisation in the NHS). Design for Personalisation. pp. 133-149.

CHECKLAND, K., DAM, R., HAMMOND, J., COLEMAN, A., SEGAR, J., MAYS, N. and ALLEN, P., 2017. Being Autonomous and Having Space in which to Act: Commissioning in the ‘New NHS’ in England. Journal of social policy, pp. 1-19.

CHISHOLM, A., NELSON, P.A., PEARCE, C.J., LITTLEWOOD, A.J., KANE, K., HENRY, A.L., THORNELOE, R., HAMILTON, M.P., LAVALLEE, J., LUNT, M., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M., CORDINGLEY, L. and BUNDY, C., 2017. Motivational interviewing-based training enhances clinicians’ skills and knowledge in psoriasis: findings from the Pso Well®study. British Journal of Dermatology, 176(3), pp. 677-686.

COCKAYNE, S., FAIRHURST, C., ADAMSON, J., HEWITT, C., HULL, R., HICKS, K., KEENAN, A.-., LAMB, S.E., GREEN, L., MCINTOSH, C., MENZ, H.B., REDMOND, A.C., RODGERS, S., TORGERSON, D.J., VERNON, W., WATSON, J., KNAPP, P., RICK, J., BOWER, P., ELDRIDGE, S., MADURASINGHE, V.W. and GRAFFY, J., 2017. An optimised patient information sheet did not significantly increase recruitment or retention in a falls prevention study: An embedded randomised recruitment trial. Trials, 18(1).


COTTERILL, S., 2017. The influence of population characteristics on household response to a charity book collection based on pledges and social pressure. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 22(1).

COTTERILL, S., HOWELLS, K., RHODES, S. and BOWER, P., 2017. The effect of using social pressure in cover letters to improve retention in a longitudinal health study: An embedded randomised controlled retention trial. Trials, 18(1).

COULTON, S., DALE, V., DELUCA, P., GILVARRY, E., GODFREY, C., KANER, E., MCGOVERN, R., NEWBURY-BIRCH, D., PATTON, R., PARROTT, S., PERRYMAN, K., PHILLIPS, T., SHEPHERD, J. and DRUMMOND, C., 2017. Screening for at-risk alcohol consumption in primary care: A randomized evaluation of screening approaches. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 52(3), pp. 312-317.

DAGDEVIREN, H., LUND-THOMSEN, P. and MCCANN, L., 2017. Multiple paths through the complexities of globalization: The next three years of Competition & Change. Competition and Change, 21(1), pp. 3-9.

EDGE, D., WALKER, T., MEACOCK, R., WILSON, H., MCNAIR, L., SHAW, J., GUTRIDGE, K., MITCHELL, H., ROBINSON, L., SENIOR, J., SUTTON, M. and ABEL, K., 2017. Secure pathways for women in the UK: lessons from the women’s enhanced medium secure services (WEMSS) pilots. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 28(2), pp. 206-225.

EENDEBAK, R.J.A.H., AHERN, T., SWIECICKA, A., PYE, S.R., O'NEILL, T.W., BARTFAI, G., CASANUEVA, F.F., MAGGI, M., FORTI, G., GIWERCMAN, A., HAN, T.S., SŁOWIKOWSKA-HILCZER, J., LEAN, M.E.J., PUNAB, M., PENDLETON, N., KEEVIL, B.G., VANDERSCHUEREN, D., RUTTER, M.K., TAMPUBOLON, G., GOODACRE, R., HUHTANIEMI, I.T. and WU, F.C.W., 2017. Elevated luteinizing hormone despite normal testosterone levels in older men-natural history, risk factors and clinical features. Clinical endocrinology.

EENDEBAK, R.J.A.H., SWIECICKA, A., GROMSKI, P.S., PYE, S.R., O'NEILL, T.W., MARSHALL, A., KEEVIL, B.G., TAMPUBOLON, G., GOODACRE, R., WU, F.C.W. and RUTTER, M.K., 2017. Ethnic differences in male reproductive hormones and relationships with adiposity and insulin resistance in older men. Clinical endocrinology, 86(5), pp. 660-668.

EPTON, T. and ARMITAGE, C.J., 2017. Does Situation-Specificity Affect the Operation of Implementation Intentions? Behavior Therapy, 48(6), pp. 860-869.

EPTON, T., CURRIE, S. and ARMITAGE, C.J., 2017. Unique Effects of Setting Goals on Behavior Change: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of consulting and clinical psychology, 85(12), pp. 1182-1198.

FORBES, H., FICHERA, E., ROGERS, A. and SUTTON, M., 2017. The Effects of Exercise and Relaxation on Health and Wellbeing. Health Economics (United Kingdom), .

FRENCH, D.P., CAMERON, E., BENTON, J.S., DEATON, C. and HARVIE, M., 2017. Can Communicating Personalised Disease Risk Promote Healthy Behaviour Change? A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51(5), pp. 718-729.

FURNIVAL, J., BOADEN, R. and WALSHE, K., 2017. Conceptualizing and assessing improvement capability: A review. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 29(5), pp. 604-611.

FURNIVAL, J., WALSHE, K. and BOADEN, R., 2017. Emerging hybridity: comparing UK healthcare regulatory arrangements. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management, 31(4), pp. 517-528.

GADSBY, E.W., PECKHAM, S., COLEMAN, A., BRAMWELL, D., PERKINS, N. and JENKINS, L.M., 2017. Commissioning for health improvement following the 2012 health and social care reforms in England: what has changed? BMC Public Health, 17(1).

GARG, N., ROUND, T.P., DAKER-WHITE, G., BOWER, P. and GRIFFITHS, C.J., 2017. Attitudes to participating in a birth cohort study, views from a multiethnic population: a qualitative study using focus groups. Health Expectations, 20(1), pp. 146-158.

GIBBONS, C.J., SMALL, N., RICK, J., BURT, J., HANN, M. and BOWER, P., 2017. The Patient Assessment of Chronic Illness Care produces measurements along a single dimension: Results from a Mokken analysis. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 15(1).

GILBODY, S., BRABYN, S., LOVELL, K., KESSLER, D., DEVLIN, T., SMITH, L., ARAYA, R., BARKHAM, M., BOWER, P., COOPER, C., KNOWLES, S., LITTLEWOOD, E., RICHARDS, D.A., TALLON, D., WHITE, D. and WORTHY, G., 2017. Telephone-supported computerised cognitive-behavioural therapy: REEACT-2 large-scale pragmatic randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 210(5), pp. 362-367.

GOLDTHORPE, J., LOVELL, K., PETERS, S., MCGOWAN, L., NEMETH, I., ROBERTS, C. and AGGARWAL, V.R., 2017. A pilot randomized controlled trial of a guided self-help intervention to manage chronic orofacial pain. Journal of Oral and Facial Pain and Headache, 31(1), pp. 61-71.

GRANT, S., CHECKLAND, K., BOWIE, P. and GUTHRIE, B., 2017. The role of informal dimensions of safety in high-volume organisational routines: An ethnographic study of test results handling in UK general practice. Implementation Science, 12(1),.

GRANTER, E., 2017. Strictly business: Critical Theory and the society of rackets. Competition and Change, 21(2), pp. 94-113.

HALL, A., WILSON, C.B., STANMORE, E. and TODD, C., 2017. Implementing monitoring technologies in care homes for people with dementia: A qualitative exploration using Normalization Process Theory. International journal of nursing studies, 72, pp. 60-70.

HAMMOND, J., LORNE, C., COLEMAN, A., ALLEN, P., MAYS, N., DAM, R., MASON, T. and CHECKLAND, K., 2017. The spatial politics of place and health policy: Exploring Sustainability and Transformation Plans in the English NHS. Social Science and Medicine, 190, pp. 217-226.

HANN, M., SCHAFHEUTLE, E.I., BRADLEY, F., ELVEY, R., WAGNER, A., HALSALL, D., HASSELL, K. and JACOBS, S., 2017. Organisational and extraorganisational determinants of volume of service delivery by English community pharmacies: A cross-sectional survey and secondary data analysis. BMJ Open, 7(10),.

HARDY, J. and MCCANN, L., 2017. Brexit one year on: Introducing the special issue. Competition and Change, 21(3), pp. 165-168.

HARRIS, M., SHAW, D., SCULLY, J., SMITH, C.M. and HIEKE, G., 2017. The Involvement/Exclusion Paradox of Spontaneous Volunteering: New Lessons and Theory From Winter Flood Episodes in England. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 46(2), pp. 352-371.

HASSARD, J., HYDE, P., WOLFRAM COX, J., GRANTER, E. and MCCANN, L., 2017. Exploring health work: a critical-action perspective. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management, 31(5), pp. 567-580.

HAYS, R., DAKER-WHITE, G., ESMAIL, A., BARLOW, W., MINOR, B., BROWN, B., BLAKEMAN, T., SANDERS, C. and BOWER, P., 2017. Threats to patient safety in primary care reported by older people with multimorbidity: Baseline findings from a longitudinal qualitative study and implications for intervention. BMC Health Services Research, 17(1),.

HEGAZI, A., LEE, M.J., WHITTAKER, W., GREEN, S., SIMMS, R., CUTTS, R., NAGINGTON, M., NATHAN, B. and PAKIANATHAN, M.R., 2017. Chemsex and the city: sexualised substance use in gay bisexual and other men who have sex with men attending sexual health clinics. International Journal of STD and AIDS, 28(4), pp. 362-366.

HIBBERT, S.A., COSTELLO, P., O'CONNOR, C., BELL, M., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M., WATSON, R.E.B. and SHERRATT, M.J., 2017. A new in vitro assay to test UVR protection of dermal extracellular matrix components by a flat spectrum sunscreen. Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology, 175, pp. 58-64.

HILL, H., BIRCH, S., TICKLE, M., MCDONALD, R. and BROCKLEHURST, P., 2017. Productive efficiency and its determinants in the community dental service in the North-West of England. Community dental health, 34(2), pp. 102-106.

HILL, H., BIRCH, S., TICKLE, M., MCDONALD, R. and BROCKLEHURST, P., 2017. The technical efficiency of oral healthcare provision: Evaluating role substitution in National Health Service dental practices in England. Community dentistry and oral epidemiology, 45(4), pp. 310-316.

HILL, H., BIRCH, S., TICKLE, M., MCDONALD, R., DONALDSON, M., O'CAROLAN, D. and BROCKLEHURST, P., 2017. Does capitation affect the delivery of oral healthcare and access to services? Evidence from a pilot contact in Northern Ireland. BMC Health Services Research, 17(1).

HOVLID, E., FRICH, J.C., WALSHE, K., NILSEN, R.M., FLAATTEN, H.K., BRAUT, G.S., HELGELAND, J., TEIG, I.L. and HARTHUG, S., 2017. Effects of external inspection on sepsis detection and treatment: A study protocol for a quasiexperimental study with a stepped-wedge design. BMJ Open, 7(9).

IRERI, S.K., WALSHE, K., BENSON, L. and MWANTHI, M., 2017. A comparison of experiences, competencies and development needs of doctor managers in Kenya and the United Kingdom (UK). International Journal of Health Planning and Management, 32(4), pp. 509-539.

JAWAD, S., BARCLAY, C., WHITTAKER, W., TICKLE, M. and WALSH, T., 2017. A pilot randomised controlled trial evaluating mini and conventional implant retained dentures on the function and quality of life of patients with an edentulous mandible. BMC Oral Health, 17(1).

JONES, A., PIERCE, M., SUTTON, M., MASON, T. and MILLAR, T., 2017. Does paying service providers by results improve recovery outcomes for drug misusers in treatment in England? Addiction.

JONES, P., ISAKJEE, A., JAM, C., LORNE, C. and WARREN, S., 2017. Urban landscapes and the atmosphere of place: Exploring subjective experience in the study of urban form. Urban Morphology, 21(1), pp. 29-40.

KENDAL, S., KIRK, S., ELVEY, R., CATCHPOLE, R. and PRYJMACHUK, S., 2017. How a moderated online discussion forum facilitates support for young people with eating disorders. Health Expectations, 20(1), pp. 98-111.

KENKMANN, A., POLAND, F., BURNS, D., HYDE, P. and KILLETT, A., 2017. Negotiating and valuing spaces: The discourse of space and ‘home’ in care homes. Health and Place, 43, pp. 8-16.

KENNING, C., DAKER-WHITE, G., BLAKEMORE, A., PANAGIOTI, M. and WAHEED, W., 2017. Barriers and facilitators in accessing dementia care by ethnic minority groups: A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies. BMC Psychiatry, 17(1),.

KISLOV, R., HUMPHREYS, J. and HARVEY, G., 2017. How do managerial techniques evolve over time? The distortion of “facilitation” in healthcare service improvement. Public Management Review, 19(8), pp. 1165-1183.

KISLOV, R., HYDE, P. and MCDONALD, R., 2017. New Game, Old Rules? Mechanisms and Consequences of Legitimation in Boundary Spanning Activities. Organization Studies, 38(10), pp. 1421-1444.

KISLOV, R., WILSON, P. and BOADEN, R., 2017. The ‘dark side’ of knowledge brokering. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 22(2), pp. 107-112.

LANGTON, A.K., GRAHAM, H.K., MCCONNELL, J.C., SHERRATT, M.J., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M. and WATSON, R.E.B., 2017. Organization of the dermal matrix impacts the biomechanical properties of skin. British Journal of Dermatology, 177(3), pp. 818-827.

LANGTON, A.K., TSOURELI-NIKITA, E., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M., KATSAMBAS, A., ANTONIOU, C., STRATIGOS, A., SHERRATT, M.J. and WATSON, R.E.B., 2017. Lysyl oxidase activity in human skin is increased by chronic ultraviolet radiation exposure and smoking. British Journal of Dermatology, 176(5), pp. 1376-1378.

LAVALLÉE, J.F., GRAY, T.A., DUMVILLE, J., RUSSELL, W. and CULLUM, N., 2017. The effects of care bundles on patient outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Implementation Science, 12(1),.

L'ESPERANCE, V., SUTTON, M., SCHOFIELD, P., ROUND, T., MALIK, U., WHITE, P. and ASHWORTH, M., 2017. Impact of primary care funding on secondary care utilisation and patient outcomes: A retrospective cross-sectional study of English general practice. British Journal of General Practice, 67(664), pp. e792-e799.

LILLEKER, J.B., RIETVELD, A., PYE, S.R., MARIAMPILLAI, K., BENVENISTE, O., PEETERS, M.T.J., MILLER, J.A.L., HANNA, M.G., MACHADO, P.M., PARTON, M.J., GHEORGHE, K.R., BADRISING, U.A., LUNDBERG, I.E., SACCONI, S., HERBERT, M.K., MCHUGH, N.J., LECKY, B.R.F., BRIERLEY, C., HILTON-JONES, D., LAMB, J.A., ROBERTS, M.E., COOPER, R.G., SARIS, C.G.J., PRUIJN, G.J.M., CHINOY, H. and VAN ENGELEN, B.G.M., 2017. Cytosolic 5′-nucleotidase 1A autoantibody profile and clinical characteristics in inclusion body myositis. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 76(5), pp. 862-868.

LLEWELLYN, S. and DESSEILLES, M., 2017. Editorial: Do both psychopathology and creativity result from a labile wake-sleep-dream cycle? Frontiers in Psychology, 8(OCT).

LORNE, C., 2017. Spatial agency and practising architecture beyond buildings. Social and Cultural Geography, 18(2), pp. 268-287.

LOVELL, K., BOWER, P., GELLATLY, J., BYFORD, S., BEE, P., MCMILLAN, D., ARUNDEL, C., GILBODY, S., GEGA, L., HARDY, G., REYNOLDS, S., BARKHAM, M., MOTTRAM, P., LIDBETTER,N., PEDLEY, R., MOLLE, J., PECKHAM, E., KNOPP-HOFFER, J., PRICE, O., CONNELL, J., HESLIN, M., FOLEY, C., PLUMMER, F. and ROBERTS, C., 2017. Clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and acceptability of low-intensity interventions in the management of obsessive-compulsive disorder: The Obsessive-Compulsive Treatment Efficacy randomised controlled Trial (OCTET). Health technology assessment, 21(37), pp. VII-132.

LOVELL, K., BOWER, P., GELLATLY, J., BYFORD, S., BEE, P., MCMILLAN, D., ARUNDEL, C., GILBODY, S., GEGA, L., HARDY, G., REYNOLDS, S., BARKHAM, M., MOTTRAM, P., LIDBETTER, N., PEDLEY, R., MOLLE, J., PECKHAM, E., KNOPP-HOFFER, J., PRICE, O., CONNELL, J., HESLIN, M., FOLEY, C., PLUMMER, F. and ROBERTS, C., 2017. Low-intensity cognitive-behaviour therapy interventions for obsessive-compulsive disorder compared to waiting list for therapist-led cognitive-behaviour therapy: 3-arm randomised controlled trial of clinical effectiveness. PLoS Medicine, 14(6),.

MACKICHAN, F., BRANGAN, E., WYE, L., CHECKLAND, K., LASSERSON, D., HUNTLEY, A., MORRIS, R., TAMMES, P., SALISBURY, C. and PURDY, S., 2017. Why do patients seek primary medical care in emergency departments? An ethnographic exploration of access to general practice. BMJ Open, 7(4).

MARTIN, G., CURRIE, G., WEAVER, S., FINN, R. and MCDONALD, R., 2017. Institutional Complexity and Individual Responses: Delineating the Boundaries of Partial Autonomy. Organization Studies, 38(1), pp. 103-127.

MARTIN-KERRY, J., BOWER, P., YOUNG, B., GRAFFY, J., SHERIDAN, R., WATT, I., BAINES, P., STONES, C., PRESTON, J., HIGGINS, S., GAMBLE, C. and KNAPP, P., 2017. Developing and evaluating multimedia information resources to improve engagement of children, adolescents, and their parents with trials (TRECA study): Study protocol for a series of linked randomised controlled trials. Trials, 18(1).

MASON, T., JONES, C., SUTTON, M., KONSTANTAKOPOULOU, E., EDGAR, D.F., HARPER, R.A., BIRCH, S. and LAWRENSON, J.G., 2017. Retrospective economic analysis of the transfer of services from hospitals to the community: An application to an enhanced eye care service. BMJ Open, 7(7),.

MCCANN, L., 2017. ‘Killing is our business and business is good’: The evolution of ‘war managerialism’ from body counts to counterinsurgency. Organization, 24(4), pp. 491-515.

MCDERMOTT, I., CHECKLAND, K., COLEMAN, A., OSIPOVIČ, D., PETSOULAS, C. and PERKINS, N., 2017. Engaging GPs in commissioning: Realist evaluation of the early experiences of clinical commissioning groups in the English NHS. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 22(1), pp. 4-11.

MCDONALD, R., FURTADO, V. and VÖLLM, B., 2017. Medicine, madness and murderers: the context of English forensic psychiatric hospitals. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management, 31(5), pp. 598-611.

MEACOCK, R., ANSELMI, L., KRISTENSEN, S.R., DORAN, T. and SUTTON, M., 2017. Higher mortality rates amongst emergency patients admitted to hospital at weekends reflect a lower probability of admission. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 22(1), pp. 12-19.

MEACOCK, R., SUTTON, M., KRISTENSEN, S.R. and HARRISON, M., 2017. Using Survival Analysis to Improve Estimates of Life Year Gains in Policy Evaluations. Medical Decision Making, 37(4), pp. 415-426.

MITCHELL, C., MCMILLAN, B. and HAGAN, T., 2017. Mental health help-seeking behaviours in young adults. British Journal of General Practice, 67(654), pp. 8-9.

MORAN, V., CHECKLAND, K., COLEMAN, A., SPOONER, S., GIBSON, J. and SUTTON, M., 2017. General practitioners' views of clinically led commissioning: Cross-sectional survey in England. BMJ Open, 7(6).

MUNFORD, L.A., SIDAWAY, M., BLAKEMORE, A., SUTTON, M. and BOWER, P., 2017. Associations of participation in community assets with health-related quality of life and healthcare usage: A cross-sectional study of older people in the community. BMJ Open, 7(2).

NELSON, P.A., KANE, K., PEARCE, C.J., BUNDY, C., CHISHOLM, A., HILTON, R., THORNELOE, R., YOUNG, H., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M. and CORDINGLEY, L., 2017. ‘New to me’: changing patient understanding of psoriasis and identifying mechanisms of change. The Pso Well®patient materials mixed-methods feasibility study. British Journal of Dermatology, 177(3), pp. 758-770.

NELSON, P.A., MAGIN, P. and THOMPSON, A.R., 2017. Six of the best: how excellent qualitative research can contribute to practice. British Journal of Dermatology, 177(3), pp. 603-605.

NEWTON, V.L., BRADLEY, R.S., SEROUL, P., CHEREL, M., GRIFFITHS, C.E.M., RAWLINGS, A.V., VOEGELI, R., WATSON, R.E.B. and SHERRATT, M.J., 2017. Novel approaches to characterize age-related remodelling of the dermal-epidermal junction in 2D, 3D and in vivo. Skin Research and Technology, 23(2), pp. 131-148.

NORMAN, P., CAMERON, D., EPTON, T., WEBB, T.L., HARRIS, P.R., MILLINGS, A. and SHEERAN, P., 2017. A randomized controlled trial of a brief online intervention to reduce alcohol consumption in new university students: Combining self-affirmation, theory of planned behaviour messages, and implementation intentions. British Journal of Health Psychology, .

OGAJI, D.S., GILES, S., DAKER-WHITE, G. and BOWER, P., 2017. Development and validation of the patient evaluation scale (PES) for primary health care in Nigeria. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 18(2), pp. 161-182.

OHRNBERGER, J., FICHERA, E. and SUTTON, M., 2017. The dynamics of physical and mental health in the older population. Journal of the Economics of Ageing, 9, pp. 52-62.

OHRNBERGER, J., FICHERA, E. and SUTTON, M., 2017. The relationship between physical and mental health: A mediation analysis. Social Science and Medicine, 195, pp. 42-49.

PANAGIOTI, M., BLAKEMAN, T., HANN, M. and BOWER, P., 2017. Patient-reported safety incidents in older patients with long-term conditions: A large cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 7(5),.

PANAGIOTI, M., PANAGOPOULOU, E., BOWER, P., LEWITH, G., KONTOPANTELIS, E., CHEW-GRAHAM, C., DAWSON, S., VAN MARWIJK, H., GERAGHTY, K. and ESMAIL, A., 2017. Controlled interventions to reduce burnout in physicians a systematic review and meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine, 177(2), pp. 195-205.

PECKHAM, S., GADSBY, E., JENKINS, L., COLEMAN, A., BRAMWELL, D. and PERKINS, N., 2017. Views of public health leaders in English local authorities–changing perspectives following the transfer of responsibilities from the National Health Service to local government. Local Government Studies, 43(5), pp. 842-863.

PETSOULAS, C., ALLEN, P., HORROCKS, S., POLLARD, K., DUNCAN, L., GIBBARD, E., WYE, L., MCDONALD, R., COOK, J. and HUSBAND, P., 2017. Using contractual incentives in district nursing in the English NHS: results from a qualitative study. Public Money and Management, pp. 1-10.

PINNOCK, H., PARKE, H.L., PANAGIOTI, M., DAINES, L., PEARCE, G., EPIPHANIOU, E., BOWER, P., SHEIKH, A., GRIFFITHS, C.J., TAYLOR, S.J.C., TAYLOR, S.J., GRIFFITHS, C.J.C., GREENHALGH, T., SCHWAPPACH, A., PURUSHOTHAM, N., JACOB, S., RICHARDSON, G., MURRAY, E., ROGERS, A., KENNEDY, A., NEWMAN, S. and SMALL, N., 2017. Systematic meta-review of supported self-management for asthma: A healthcare perspective. BMC Medicine, 15(1).

PRICE, J., WHITTAKER, W., BIRCH, S., BROCKLEHURST, P. and TICKLE, M., 2017. Socioeconomic disparities in orthodontic treatment outcomes and expenditure on orthodontics in England's state-funded National Health Service: A retrospective observational study. BMC Oral Health, 17(1),.

PRIOR, Y., SUTTON, C., COTTERILL, S., ADAMS, J., CAMACHO, E., ARAFIN, N., FIRTH, J., O'NEILL, T., HOUGH, Y., JONES, W. and HAMMOND, A., 2017. The effects of arthritis gloves on people with Rheumatoid Arthritis or Inflammatory Arthritis with hand pain: A study protocol for a multi-centre randomised controlled trial (the A-GLOVES trial). BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 18(1).

PYE, S.R., WARD, K.A., COOK, M.J., LAURENT, M.R., GIELEN, E., BORGHS, H., ADAMS, J.E., BOONEN, S., VANDERSCHUEREN, D., WU, F.C. and O’NEILL, T.W., 2017. Bone turnover predicts change in volumetric bone density and bone geometry at the radius in men. Osteoporosis International, 28(3), pp. 935-944.

RICCI-CABELLO, I., MARSDEN, K.S., AVERY, A.J., BELL, B.G., KADAM, U.T., REEVES, D., SLIGHT, S.P., PERRYMAN, K., BARNETT, J., LITCHFIELD, I., THOMAS, S., CAMPBELL, S.M., DOOS, L., ESMAIL, A. and VALDERAS, J.M., 2017. Patients' evaluations of patient safety in English general practices: A cross-sectional study. British Journal of General Practice, 67(660), pp. e474-e482.

ROGAN, L. and BOADEN, R., 2017. Understanding performance management in primary care. International journal of health care quality assurance, 30(1), pp. 4-15.

ROWLAND, C., HANRATTY, B., PILLING, M., VAN DEN BERG, B. and GRANDE, G., 2017. The contributions of family care-givers at end of life: A national post-bereavement census survey of cancer carers' hours of care and expenditures. Palliative medicine, 31(4), pp. 346-355.

SAXON, D., ASHLEY, K., BISHOP-EDWARDS, L., CONNELL, J., HARRISON, P., OHLSEN, S., HARDY, G.E., KELLETT, S., MUKURIA, C., MANK, T., BOWER, P., BRADBURN, M., BRAZIER, J., ELLIOTT, R., GABRIEL, L., KING, M., PILLING, S., SHAW, S., WALLER, G. and BARKHAM, M., 2017. A pragmatic randomised controlled trial assessing the non-inferiority of counselling for depression versus cognitive-behaviour therapy for patients in primary care meeting a diagnosis of moderate or severe depression (PRaCTICED): Study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, 18(1),.

SHAW, D., SMITH, C.M. and SCULLY, J., 2017. Why did Brexit happen? Using causal mapping to analyse secondary, longitudinal data. European Journal of Operational Research, 263(3), pp. 1019-1032.

SHAW, D.R., GRAINGER, A. and ACHUTHAN, K., 2017. Multi-level port resilience planning in the UK: How can information sharing be made easier? Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 121, pp. 126-138.

SMALL, N., BROOKS, H., GRUNDY, A., PEDLEY, R., GIBBONS, C., LOVELL, K. and BEE, P., 2017. Understanding experiences of and preferences for service user and carer involvement in physical health care discussions within mental health care planning. BMC Psychiatry, 17(1),.

SPOONER, S., GIBSON, J., RIGBY, D., SUTTON, M., PEARSON, E. and CHECKLAND, K., 2017. Stick or twist? Career decision-making during contractual uncertainty for NHS junior doctors. BMJ Open, 7(1).

SPOONER, S., PEARSON, E., GIBSON, J. and CHECKLAND, K., 2017. How do workplaces, working practices and colleagues affect UK doctors' career decisions? A qualitative study of junior doctors' career decision making in the UK. BMJ Open, 7(10).

STOKES, J., KRISTENSEN, S.R., CHECKLAND, K., CHERAGHI-SOHI, S. and BOWER, P., 2017. Does the impact of case management vary in different subgroups of multimorbidity? Secondary analysis of a quasi-experiment. BMC Health Services Research, 17(1).

STOKES, J., MAN, M.-., GUTHRIE, B., MERCER, S.W., SALISBURY, C. and BOWER, P., 2017. The foundations framework for developing and reporting new models of care for multimorbidity. Annals of Family Medicine, 15(6), pp. 570-577.

TAMMES, P., MORRIS, R.W., BRANGAN, E., CHECKLAND, K., ENGLAND, H., HUNTLEY, A., LASSERSON, D., MACKICHAN, F., SALISBURY, C., WYE, L. and PURDY, S., 2017. Exploring the relationship between general practice characteristics and attendance at Walk-in Centres, Minor Injuries Units and Emergency Departments in England 2009/10-2012/2013: A longitudinal study. BMC Health Services Research, 17(1),.

TAYLOR, C., GREY, N.J.A. and CHECKLAND, K., 2017. Professionalism.. it depends where you're standing. British dental journal, 222(11), pp. 889-892.

TAZZYMAN, A., FERGUSON, J., HILLIER, C., BOYD, A., TREDINNICK-ROWE, J., ARCHER, J., DE BERE, S.R. and WALSHE, K., 2017. The implementation of medical revalidation: An assessment using normalisation process theory. BMC Health Services Research, 17(1),.

TONG, T., THOKALA, P., MCMILLAN, B., GHOSH, R. and BRAZIER, J., 2017. Cost effectiveness of using cognitive screening tests for detecting dementia and mild cognitive impairment in primary care. International journal of geriatric psychiatry, 32(12), pp. 1392-1400.

ULPH, F., WRIGHT, S., DHARNI, N., PAYNE, K., BENNETT, R., ROBERTS, T., WALSHE, K. and LAVENDER, T., 2017. Provision of information about newborn screening antenatally: A sequential exploratory mixed-methods project. Health technology assessment, 21(55), pp. 1-240.

VAN HEUGTEN-VAN DER KLOET, D. and LLEWELLYN, S., 2017. Editorial: Fragmentation in sleep and mind: Linking dissociative symptoms, sleep, and memory. Frontiers in Psychology, 8(DEC).

VANHOUTTE, B., WAHRENDORF, M. and NAZROO, J., 2017. Duration, timing and order: How housing histories relate to later life wellbeing. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 8(3), pp. 227-243.

WALKER, T., EDGE, D., SHAW, J., WILSON, H., MCNAIR, L., MITCHELL, H., GUTRIDGE, K., SENIOR, J., SUTTON, M., MEACOCK, R. and ABEL, K., 2017. Contemporary women's secure psychiatric services in the United Kingdom: A qualitative analysis of staff views. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing, 24(9-10), pp. 660-670.

WALSHE, K., 2017. Sustainability and transformation plans for the NHS in England: Radical or wishful thinking?: Greater commitment from the government is vital. BMJ (Online), 356.

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