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Birnbaum, D; Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Emerging distance degree programmes. Clinical Performance in Quality Healthcare , 8 (1) pp. 60-64.

Boynton, PM; (2000) Women, psychology and success - who's stopping us making it? Psychology of Women Section Review , 2 (2)

Boynton, PM; Philpott, S; Hemingway, H; (2000) "My tender heart and everything about me": women's accounts of health problems and symptoms prior to coronary angiography. Psychology of Women Section Review , 2 (2)

C

Chowdhury, AM; Helman, C; Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Food beliefs and practices among British Bangladeshis with diabetes: Implications for health education. Anthropology and Medicine , 7 (2) pp. 219-226.

D

Dacre, J; Beck, E; Bateman, N; Gill, E; Meakin, R; Noble, L; (2000) Assessing communication skills and ethics for the MRCP(UK). Presented at: Association for the Study of Medical Education Annual Conference, Bristol.

Dacre, JE; Tombleson, P; Fox, RA; (2000) Defining the content of the objective structured clinical examination component of the professional and linguistic assessments board examination. Medical Education , 34 (7) pp. 566-572. 10.1046/j.1365-2923.2000.00553.x.

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Elias, LJ; Bulman-Fleming, MB; McManus, IC; (2000) Linguistic lateralization and asymmetries in interhemispheric transmission time. In: BRAIN AND COGNITION. (pp. 181 - 185). ACADEMIC PRESS INC

Elwyn, G; Greenhalgh, T; Macfarlane, F; Koppel, S; (2000) Groups - a hands-on guide to small group work in education, management, and research. [Book]. Radcliffe: Oxford.

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Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and complexity - the rich picture. British Journal of General Practice , 50 (455) pp. 514-515.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and individual 1 - adult learning theory. British Journal of General Practice , 50 pp. 76-77.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and the individual 2 - psychoanalytic theory. British Journal of General Practice , 50 pp. 164-165.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and the organisation 1 - culture and context. British Journal of General Practice , 50 pp. 340-341.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and the organisation 2 - strategy. British Journal of General Practice , 50 pp. 424-425.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Change and the team: group relations theory. British Journal of General Practice , 50 (452) pp. 252-253.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Commentary: What can we learn from narratives of implementing evidence? BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 320 (7242) 1118-.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Happy forms? BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 320 (7246) 1415A-.

Greenhalgh, T; (2000) This tablet may save your life. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 320 (7232) 455A-.

Greenhalgh, T; Donald, A; (2000) Evidence Based Health Care Workbook. [Book]. BMJ Publications: London.

Greenhalgh, T; Herxheimer, X; Isaacs, AJ; Beaman, M; Morris, J; Farrow, S; (2000) Commercial partnerships in chronic disease management: proceeding with caution. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL , 320 (7234) pp. 566-568. 10.1136/bmj.320.7234.566.

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Holman, R; Lindbaek, M; McCormack, J; Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Seeing what you want to see in randomised controlled trials. Authors' choice of study was ill informed. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 321 (7268) pp. 1078-1079.

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Kirklin, D; Meakin, R; (2000) Education and debate: A sense of landscape. Medical Humanities , 26 (3) 103-.

Kirklin, D; Meakin, R; Singh, S; Lloyd, M; (2000) The Healing Arts Conference - The Role of the Humanities in Medical Education. In: (Proceedings) The Healing Arts: The Role of The Humanities in Medical Education.

Kirklin, D; Meakin, R; Singh, S; Lloyd, M; (2000) "Living with and Dying from Cancer": A Humanities Special Studies Module. Presented at: The Healing Arts Conference, The Royal Society of Arts, London.

Kirklin, D; Meakin, R; Singh, S; Lloyd, M; (2000) Living with and dying from cancer: a humanities special study module. Medical Humanities , 26 (1) pp. 51-54.

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Laing, C; Thomas, DJ; Mathias, CJ; Unwin, RJ; (2000) Headache, hypertension and Horner's syndrome. J ROY SOC MED , 93 (10) 535 - 536.

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McCormack, J; Greenhalgh, T; (2000) Seeing what you want to see in randomised controlled trials: versions and perversions of UKPDS data. United Kingdom prospective diabetes study. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 320 (7251) pp. 1720-1723.

Meakin, R; Kirklin, D; (2000) Humanities special studies modules: making better doctors or just happier ones? Medical Humanities , 26 (1) pp. 49-50.

Meakin, R; Singh, S; Kirklin, D; Lloyd, M; (2000) "Living with Cancer" - An arts based special studies module for medical students. Presented at: Learning and Teaching Conference, University College London.

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Noble, L; (2000) Seamlessness - or will they see the cracks? Integrating communication as part of professional development. Presented at: International Conference on Health and Communication.

Noble, L; Harrington, J; Newman, S; (2000) The impact of a video intervention to encourage patient participation in the consultation. Presented at: International Conference on Health and Communication.

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Swinglehurst, DA; Pierce, M; (2000) Questioning in general practice - a tool for change. BRIT J GEN PRACT , 50 (458) 747 - 750.

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Ward, E; King, M; Lloyd, M; Bower, P; Sibbald, B; Farrelly, S; Gabbay, M; ... Addington-Hall, J; + view all (2000) Randomised controlled trial of non-directive counselling, cognitive-behaviour therapy, and usual general practitioner care for patients with depression. I: clinical effectiveness. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 321 (7273) pp. 1383-1388.

Wilson, AJ; Jabr, RI; Clapp, LH; (2000) Calcium modulation of vascular smooth muscle ATP-sensitive K+ channels - Role of protein phosphatase-2B. CIRC RES , 87 (11) 1019 - 1025.

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