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Abbott, S; Shaw, S; (2004) Public health networks: mutual aid or another management layer? Public Health Medicine , 5 (1) pp. 16-19.

Abbott, S; Shaw, S; Bryar, R; (2004) Family centred public health practice: is health visiting ready? Community Practitioner , 77 (9) pp. 338-341.

Abbott, S; Shaw, S; Elston, J; (2004) Comparative analysis of health policy implementation: the use of documentary analysis. Policy Studies , 25 (4) pp. 259-266.

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Balmer, B; (2004) Commentary on T.B. Newman’s The Power of Stories Over Statistics’. In: Hurwitz, B and Greenhalgh, T and Skultans, V, (eds.) Narrative Research in Health and Illness. (pp. 273-275). BMJ: London.

Bigsby, E; McManus, IC; Sedgwick, P; McCrorie, P; (2004) Which medical students like problem-based learning? Educación Médica , 7 (3) 261-.

Boynton, P; Shaw, S; Callaghan, W; (2004) How PR firms use research to sell products. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 328 (7438) p. 530.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Best Laid Plans. British Medical Journal , 329 p. 965.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Better dicks through drugs? The penis as a pharmaceutical target. SCAN , 1 (3)

Boynton, PM; (2004) Doctors should help patients with their sex lives. BRIT MED J , 329 (7478) 1346 - 1346.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Improving treatment of men’s sexual functioning in secondary care. The Clinical Teacher , 1 (2) pp. 90-93. 10.1111/j.1743-498X.2004.00024.x.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Keeping Sex Secret: the hidden aspects of sex-research. Radical Statistics , 83 pp. 42-57.

Boynton, PM; (2004) More on treating homosexuality as a sickness: Publication of bigoted letter is worrying. British Medical Journal , 326 (1261) 10.1136/bmj.328.7450.1261-a.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Psychology in the media. PSYCHOLOGIST , 17 (7) 374 - 374.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Real life: my mum is my dad. British Medical Journal , 329 p. 356.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Teaching statistics: the missing ingredients. Radical Statistics

Boynton, PM; (2004) Ten tips for Increasing response rates in research. BURISA (Journal of British Urban and Regional Information Systems Association) , 160 pp. 10-14.

Boynton, PM; (2004) Your data – first things first. The Psychologist , 17 (3) p. 151.

Boynton, PM; Auerbach, A; (2004) 'I cut because it helps': narratives of self injury in teenage girls. In: Hurwitz, B and Greenhalgh, T and Skultans, V, (eds.) Narrative research in health and illness. (pp. 95-114). BMJ Books

Boynton, PM; Callaghan, W; (2004) Ten tips for giving sex advice online. American Sexuality , 2 (6)

Boynton, PM; Wood, GW; Greenhalgh, T; (2004) Hands-on guide to questionnaire research - Reaching beyond the white middle classes. BRIT MED J , 328 (7453) 1433 - 1436.

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Chapman, J; Shaw, S; Carter, YH; Petchey, R; (2004) Public health capacity in the new primary care organizations: defining a workforce that is fit for the purpose. Critical Public Health , 14 (1) pp. 17-26.

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Dacre, J; Richardson, J; Noble, L; Stephens, K; Parker, N; (2004) Communication skills training in postgraduate medicine: The development of a new course. Postgraduate Medical Journal , 80 (950) pp. 711-715. 10.1136/pgmj.2004.022129.

Dacre, JE; (2004) Ten things I wish I'd known when I was 25. Postgrad Med J , 80(946

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Furnham, A; McManus, I; (2004) Student attitudes to university education. Higher Education Review , 36 pp. 29-38.

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Greenhalgh, P; Robert, G; Macfarlane, F; Bate, SP; Kyriakidou, O; Peacock, R; (2004) Diffusion of innovations in service organizations: systematic review and recommendations. Milbank Quarterly , 82 (4) pp. 581-629. 10.1111/j.0887-378X.2004.00325.x.

Greenhalgh, T; (2004) Meta-narrative mapping: a new approach to the synthesis of complex evidence. In: Hurwitz, B and Greenhalgh, T and Skultans, V, (eds.) Narrative research in health and illness. BMJ Publications: London.

Greenhalgh, T; Robert, G; Bate, SP; Kyriakidou, O; Macfarlane, F; (2004) How to spread good ideas: A systematic review of the literature on diffusion, spread and sustainability of innovations in health service delivery and organisation. [Book]. NHS SDO Programme: London.

Greenhalgh, T; Seyan, K; Boynton, PM; (2004) "Not a university type": focus group study of social class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils' perceptions about medical school. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 328 (7455) pp. 1541-1544. 10.1136/bmj.328.7455.1541.

Greenhalgh, T; Wessely, S; (2004) 'Health for me': a sociocultural analysis of healthism in the middle classes. British Medical Bulletin , 69 pp. 197-213.

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Hinson, J; Raven, P; (2004) Dehydroepiandrosterone. In: Rees, M and Mander, T, (eds.) Managing the menopause without oestrogen. (pp. 57-61). Royal Society of Medicine Press Ltd: London.

Hurwitz, B; Greenhalgh, T; Skultans, V; (2004) Narrative research in health and illness. [Book]. (1 ed.). BMJ Books

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Kaviani, H; Gray, JA; Checkley, SA; Raven, PW; Wilson, GD; Kumari, V; (2004) Affective modulation of the startle response in depression: influence of the severity of depression, anhedonia, and anxiety. J AFFECT DISORDERS , 83 (1) 21 - 31. 10.1016/j.jad.2004.04.007.

Kaviani, K; Gray, JA; Checkley, SA; Raven, PW; Wilson, G; Kumari, V; (2004) Affective modulation of the startle response in depression: Influence of the severity of depression, anhedonia and anxiety. In: (Proceedings) Summer Meeting of the British-Association-for-Psychopharmacology. (pp. A11-A11). SAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD

Kirklin, D; (2004) Book Review: Jerome Groopman. The anatomy of hope: how people prevail in the face of illness. New England Journal of Medicine , 350 (25) p. 2627.

Kirklin, D; (2004) The medical humanities teaching and research agenda: a symbiotic relationship. Medical Humanities , 30 (2) pp. 96-97.

Kirklin, D; (2004) The role of the humanities in the education and support of physicians delivering palliative care. In: Doyle, D and Hanks, G and Cherny, N and Calman, K, (eds.) The Oxford Textbook of Palliative Medicine. Oxford University Press

Kirklin, D; (2004) Poetry, pictures, and the sexual demographics of health. In: Tagoe-Wilson, N and Worton, M, (eds.) National Healths: Gender Sexuality And Health In A Cross-cultural Context. (pp. 211-219). Cavendish Press: London.

Kumari, V; Kaviani, H; Gray, J; Checkley, S; Raven, PW; Wilson, G; Kumari, V; (2004) Affective modulation of the startle response in depression: Influence of the severity of depression, anhedonia and anxiety. In: (Proceedings) 44th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Psychophysiological-Research. (pp. S24-S24). WILEY-BLACKWELL

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Macfarlane, F; Greenhalgh, T; Schofield, T; Desombre, T; (2004) RCGP Quality Team Development programme: an illuminative evaluation. Quality and Safety in Health Care , 13 (5) pp. 356-362.

McManus, IC; (2004) Eponymous but anonymous: who was Dr Siewert? The Lancet , 363 662-.

McManus, IC; (2004) Hoger Hand, Vanster Hand. [Book]. Fahrenheit Bokforlag: Stockholm.

McManus, IC; (2004) Measuring participation in UK medical schools - Social class data are problematic to interpret. BRIT MED J , 329 (7469) 800 - 801.

McManus, IC; (2004) New Year's resolutions: Mind the gap between intention and behaviour. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 329 pp. 1413-1414.

McManus, IC; (2004) Right-left and the scrotum in Greek sculpture. LATERALITY , 9 (2) 189 - 199. 10.1080/13576500342000149.

McManus, IC; (2004) Social class data are problematic to interpret (letter). BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 329 pp. 800-801.

McManus, IC; Buckman, J; Woolley, E; (2004) Is light in pictures presumed to come from the left side? PERCEPTION , 33 (12) 1421 - 1436. 10.1068/p5289.

McManus, IC; Drury, H; (2004) The handedness of Leonardo da Vinci: A tale of the complexities of lateralisation. BRAIN COGNITION , 55 (2) 262 - 268. 10.1016/j.bandc.2004.02.042.

McManus, IC; Tomlinson, J; (2004) Objects look different sizes in the right and left eyes. LATERALITY , 9 (3) 245 - 265. 10.1080/13576500342000077.

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Noble, L; Douglas, BC; (2004) What users and relatives want from mental health services. Current Opinion in Psychiatry , 17 pp. 289-296.

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Pawson, R; Greenhalgh, T; Harvey, G; Walshe, K; (2004) Realist synthesis - an introduction. (ESRC Research Methods Programme RMP Me ). ESRC Working Paper Series: London.

Pawson, R; Greenhalgh, T; Harvey, G; Walshe, K; (2004) Using realist methods to produce syntheses of evidence for use by managers and policy makers. Canadian Health Services Research Foundation and NHS SDO Progra: London.

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Seyan, K; Greenhalgh, T; Dorling, D; (2004) The standardised admission ratio for measuring widening participation in medical schools: analysis of UK medical school admissions by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sex. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.) , 328 (7455) pp. 1545-1546.

Shaw, S; Kerr, R; Carter, YH; Leighton-Beck, L; Farnham, M; (2004) Evaluation of an interactive educational tool for primary care researchers. Medical Teacher , 26 (5) pp. 483-486.

Shaw, S; Macfarlane, F; Greaves, C; Carter, YH; (2004) Developing research management and governance capacity in primary care organizations: transferable learning from a qualitative evaluation of UK pilot sites. Family Practice , 21 (1) pp. 92-98.

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Wilson, AJ; (2004) Vascular hyper-reactivity following arterial balloon injury: distant and delayed effects. BRITISH JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY , 142 (1) pp. 3-4. 10.1038/sj.bjp.0705734.

Woolf, K; Haq, I; McManus, IC; Higham, J; Dacre, J; (2004) The effect of sex, personality and communication style on performance in written and OSCE examinations. Presented at: Association for the Study of Medical Education Annual Conference..

Wu, E; Rapport, F; Jones, K; Greenhalgh, T; (2004) Soldiers become casualties: Doctors' accounts of the SARS epidemic. In: Greenhalgh, T and Hurwitz, B and Skultans, V, (eds.) Narrative research in health and illness. BMJ Publications: London.

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