Social Science and Medicine, 0277-9536

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Publications

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    Design-based regulation and patient safety: A regulatory studies perspective

    Karen Yeung, 1 Aug 2010, In : Social Science & Medicine. 71, 3, p. 502 - 509

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    Cost-effectiveness analysis and formulary decision making in England: Findings from research

    Iestyn Williams & Stirling Bryan, 1 Nov 2007, In : Social Science & Medicine. 65, 10, p. 2116-2129 14 p.

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    The contingencies of medical restratification across inter-organisational care networks

    Justin Waring, Bridget Roe, 30 Jul 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Social Science and Medicine.

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    Personal meanings in the construction of need for total knee replacement surgery

    Christine Wright, 1 Nov 2006, In : Social Science & Medicine. 2006, 63, p. 43-53 11 p.

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    A qualitative study of speaking out about patient safety concerns in intensive care units

    Julian Bion, 1 Nov 2017, In : Social Science & Medicine. 193, p. 8-15

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    Men, sport, spinal cord injury, and narratives of hope

    Brett Smith, 2005, In : Social Science and Medicine. 61, 5, p. 1095-1105 11 p.

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    Network Resilience in the Face of Health Systems Reform

    Russell Mannion, 1 Jan 2010, In : Social Science & Medicine. 70, p. 779-786 8 p.

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    An assessment of economic measures used in menorrhagia: a systematic review

    Sabina Sanghera, Emma Frew, Dec 2013, In : Social Science and Medicine. 98, p. 149-53 5 p.

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    Frequent job change and associated health

    John Macleod, 1 Jan 2003, In : Social Science & Medicine. 56, p. 1-15 15 p.

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    Understanding the composite dimensions of the EQ-5D: an experimental approach

    Rebecca McDonald, 20 Aug 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Social Science and Medicine.

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    Do Hospital Boards matter for better, safer, patient care?

    Russell Mannion, Ross Millar, 31 Mar 2017, In : Social Science & Medicine. 177, p. 278-287

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    Managing menopause: a qualitative analysis of self-help literature for women at midlife.

    Antonia Lyons, 1 Apr 2003, In : Social Science & Medicine. 56, 8, p. 1629-42 14 p.

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    Understanding the role of opinion leaders in improving clinical effectiveness

    Margaret Locock, 1 Sep 2001, In : Social Science & Medicine. 53, 6, p. 745-757 13 p.

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    'The public is too subjective': public involvement at different levels of health-care decision making

    Jo Coast, 1 Jun 2002, In : Social Science & Medicine. 54, 12, p. 1825 - 1837 13 p.

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    Intergenerational 'mismatch' and adiposity in a developing population: The Guangzhou biobank cohort study

    KK Cheng, 1 Mar 2010, In : Social Science & Medicine. 70, 6, p. 834-843 10 p.

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    The socioeconomic position of employed women, risk factors and mortality

    John Macleod, 1 Aug 2001, In : Social Science & Medicine. 53, 4, p. 477-485 9 p.

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    Developing attributes for a generic quality of life measure for older people: preferences or capabilities?

    Jo Coast, 1 Apr 2006, In : Social Science & Medicine. 62, 8, p. 1891-1901 11 p.

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    Rural/urban differences in the association between deprivation and healthcare utilisation

    Richard Wilson, 1 Dec 2003, In : Social Science & Medicine. 57, 11, p. 2055-2063 9 p.

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    The purpose of attributing cause: Beliefs about the causes of myocardial infarction

    David French, 1 Apr 2005, In : Social Science & Medicine. 60, p. 1411-1421 11 p.

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    What is transtheoretical therapy? A response to Prochaska

    Amanda Farley & Paul Aveyard, 1 Feb 2009, In : Social Science & Medicine. 68, 3, p. 407-409 3 p.

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    Socioeconomic influences at different life stages on health in Guangzhou, China (vol 72, pg 1884, 2011)

    KK Cheng, 1 Aug 2011, In : Social Science & Medicine. 73, 4, p. 623-623 1 p.

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    Socioeconomic influences at different life stages on health in Guangzhou, China

    KK Cheng, 1 Jun 2011, In : Social Science & Medicine. 72, 11, p. 1884-1892 9 p.

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    An exploration of walking behaviour – an interpretative phenomenological approach

    Michael Larkin, 1 Nov 2007, In : Social Science & Medicine. 65, p. 2172-2183 12 p.

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    Welfarism, extra-welfarism and capability: the spread of ideas in health economics

    Jo Coast, 1 Oct 2008, In : Social Science & Medicine. 67, 7, p. 1190-8 9 p.

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    Valuing the ICECAP capability index for older people

    Jo Coast, 1 Sep 2008, In : Social Science & Medicine. 67, 5, p. 874-82 9 p.

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    'If there were a war tomorrow, we'd find the money': contrasting perspectives on the rationing of health care

    Jo Coast, 1 Jun 2002, In : Social Science & Medicine. 54, 12, p. 1839 - 1851 13 p.

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    Maximisation in extra-welfarism: A critique of the current position in health economics

    Jo Coast, 1 Sep 2009, In : Social Science & Medicine. 69, 5, p. 786-792 7 p.

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    Social interaction and pain: An arctic expedition

    Stephanie Burnett Heyes, Jan 2018, In : Social Science and Medicine. 196, p. 47-55

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    Moral discourse in general practitioners’ accounts of obesity communication

    Afroditi Stathi, 1 Jun 2019, In : Social Science & Medicine. 230, p. 166-173 8 p.

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    Smoking behaviour change among fathers of new infants

    Robert Moy, 1 Aug 2005, In : Social Science & Medicine. 2005, 61, p. 517-526 10 p.

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    Dying cases in emergency places: Caring for the dying in emergency departments

    Cara Bailey, 1 Nov 2011, In : Social Science & Medicine. 73, 9, p. 1371-1377 7 p.

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    The Influence of School Culture on Smoking among Pupils

    Paul Aveyard, Emma Lancashire, Alison Bullock, Christine MacArthur, KK Cheng & Harry Daniels, 1 May 2004, In : Social Science & Medicine. 58, 9, p. 1767-1780 14 p.

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    A methodological and substantive review of the evidence that schools cause pupils to smoke

    Paul Aveyard & KK Cheng, 1 Jun 2004, In : Social Science & Medicine. 58, p. 2253-2265 13 p.

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    The effect of Transtheoretical Model based interventions on smoking cessation

    Paul Aveyard, Amanda Farley, 1 Feb 2009, In : Social Science & Medicine. 68, 3, p. 397-403 7 p.

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    The risk of smoking in relation to engagement with a school-based smoking intervention

    Paul Aveyard, Emma Lancashire & KK Cheng, 1 Feb 2003, In : Social Science & Medicine. 56, 4, p. 869-82 14 p.

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    Managing Prader-Willi Syndrome in Families: an embodied exploration

    Kerry Allen, 1 Feb 2011, In : Social Science and Medicine. 72, 4, p. 460-468 9 p.

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    Can capabilities be self-reported? A think aloud study

    Hareth Al-Janabi, Tom Keeley, Paul Mitchell & Jo Coast, Jun 2013, In : Social Science and Medicine. 87, p. 116-22 7 p.

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    Smoking, respiratory disease and health services utilisation: the paradox

    Peymane Adab, 1 Feb 2005, In : Social Science & Medicine. 60, 3, p. 483-490 8 p.

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