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Greenhalgh, Trisha

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Biographies

Professor Greenhalgh took up a chair Primary Care Health Sciences at the University of Oxford in January 2015. She is dual qualified, having gained a BA in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge in 1980 and a medical degree from Oxford in 1983.

Her early career was in hospital medicine, specialising in diabetes and endocrinology – in which (after a short break to start a family) she gained an MD in 1995. Her initial focus as an academic diabetologist had been the laboratory-based study of insulin pharmacokinetics during periods of metabolic stress. Her interest later shifted to the patient’s lived experience of diabetes (the ‘illness narrative’), including the family, social and cultural context in which ‘self management’ occurs, and the organisation and delivery of services for monitoring and preventive care. Diabetes disproportionately affects people from minority ethnic and socio-economically deprived groups, and its prevalence increases with age. Those who are poor, elderly, immigrants and speak limited English are in multiple jeopardy. Improving outcomes for such individuals requires an interdisciplinary approach that incorporates biomedical, psychological, socio-cultural and organisational dimensions, as well as optimising health informatics to support both front-line patient care and secondary uses (audit and research).

Professor Greenhalgh currently leads a programme of research at the interface between social sciences and medicine, with strong emphasis on the organisation and delivery of health services. Her work seeks to celebrate and retain the traditional and humanistic aspects of medicine while also embracing the unparalleled opportunities of contemporary science and technology to improve health outcomes and relieve suffering.

Her research addresses such diverse themes as the evaluation and improvement of clinical services at the primary-secondary care interface, particularly the use of narrative methods to illuminate the illness experience in ‘hard to reach’ groups; the challenges of implementing evidence-based practice in clinical general practice and healthcare policymaking (including the study of knowledge translation and research impact); the adoption and use of new technologies (including electronic patient records and assisted living technologies) by both clinicians and patients; and the application of philosophy to clinical practice.

Professor Greenhalgh is an experienced teacher of undergraduates and postgraduates. Many of her higher degree students have gone on to win national awards and establish their own programmes of research, teaching and service development. She is an internationally recognised innovator and researcher in medical education, especially in the field of e-learning.

Before taking up her chair at Oxford, she was previously on the Senior Executive Group at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Her leadership in the School’s Research Excellence Framework (submitted in 2014), enablement of early career researchers and pivotal role in equality and diversity issues was recognised in 2013 with a promotion to Dean for Research Impact. The remit of that role was to promote and support the implementation of research findings across the medical school and the commissioning of practice- and policy-relevant research in the healthcare field, as well as contributing more generally to the strategic leadership of the medical school.

Her external roles in the UK have included: Deputy Chair, Main Panel A (Medicine) of UK Research Excellence Framework, Wellcome Senior Investigator, NIHR Senior Investigator and Council Member of Royal College of General Practitioners. She also holds a number of government and academic advisory roles internationally. In 2014 she became only the second woman GP ever to be elected to the UK’s prestigious Academy of Medical Sciences.

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ORCID

  1. Researcher Profile at ORCID
    http://orcid.org/0000-0003-2369-8088
  2. Mendeley profile
    Related Website
  3. Doctor in the raw
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6948, Volume 309, p.206
  4. WE LOST THE VOTE.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.741--741
  5. One scale too far?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2013]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 610, Volume 63, p.261--261
  6. Groups, A Guide to Small Group Work In Healthcare, Management, Education And Research
    Elwyn, G and Greenhalgh, T and Macfarlane, F
    [article : 2003]
    JOURNAL-ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPS: Issue 1, Volume 149, p.82--82
  7. The feminisation of nature
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ-British Medical Journal: Issue 7838, Volume 344, p.51
  8. Use of interactive multimedia decision aids: Alternative explanation for results may exist
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2002]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7332, Volume 324, p.296
  9. The press, the terminal care pathway, the politician, and the hubris
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 605, Volume 62, p.651--651
  10. He who works in pigsty…
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2001]
    BMJ: Issue 7310, Volume 323, p.461
  11. What is evidence? Reflections on the AMEE symposium, Vienna, August 2011
    Thistlethwaite, Jill and Davies, Huw and Dornan, Tim and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Hammick, Marilyn an...
    [article : 2012]
    Medical teacher: Issue 6, Volume 34, p.454--457
  12. Soundings: Behind every great woman
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2000]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7273, Volume 321, p.1421
  13. Realist review to understand the efficacy of school feeding programmes
    Greenhalgh, T and Kristjansson, E and Robinson, V
    [article : 2008]
    Child Care, Health And Development: Issue 2, Volume 34, p.281
  14. The 1990 GP Contract:" Inverse Care" For Doctors?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1991]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.137--137
  15. If you want a job doing
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1998]
    BMJ: Issue 7173, Volume 317, p.1667
  16. Notes from the Olympic health centre
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 602, Volume 62, p.481--481
  17. Outside the Box: Barefoot doctor
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7604, Volume 334, p.1168
  18. Physician, heal thyself
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6950, Volume 309, p.345
  19. Shaping healthcare planning in England: front stage and back stage language play
    Shaw, Sara and Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2011]
    The Impact of Applied Linguistics, p.109
  20. ONE HELL OF A DOCTOR'
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
  21. Soundings: Songlines
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2002]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7353, Volume 324, p.1591
  22. Does Spirometric Lung Age Enable People to quit smoking (Step2quit study)
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article ]
  23. Learning from Organisations Using Information Systems.
    Potts, HWW and Keen, J and Denby, T and Featherstone, I and Patterson, D and Anderson, J and Greenh...
    [article : 2010]
  24. BMJ Fulfilment
    Cooter, Margaret and Annis, Jackie and Cotton, Greg and Davies, Sharon and Payne, Liz and Pinchuk, ...
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ, p.66
  25. COLD CALLING.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.1371--1371
  26. Critical event audit.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2001]
    BMJ (Clinical research ed.): Issue 7322, Volume 323, p.1195--1195
  27. The currency of personal medical data
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2009]
    BMJ, Volume 338
  28. Outside the Box
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2013]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 616, Volume 63, p.595--595
  29. Blind date
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6961, Volume 309, p.1092
  30. Getting out more
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 343
  31. “We need a short quote”: media training for researchers
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2010]
    BMJ, Volume 341
  32. User involvement--a story of our time
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Humphrey, Charlotte and Woodard, Fran
    [article : 2010]
    User Involvement in Health Care, p.1
  33. Diabetes Care: a Primary Care Perspective
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1998]
    British Diabetic Association: Issue 3, Volume 15, p.S1--S64
  34. Commentary: What can we learn from narratives of implementing evidence?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1991]
    trials, Volume 78, p.43--57
  35. Round robin
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2009]
    BMJ, Volume 339
  36. The impact of the education-service partnership on quality
    Greenhalgh, T and Eversley, J
    [article : 1999]
  37. Senior managers' views on implementing clinical governance.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Macfarlane, Fraser
    [article : 2002]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 484, Volume 52, p.940--940
  38. Continuity of care
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 342
  39. Lanyards
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    BMJ: Issue 7530, Volume 331, p.1483
  40. THE DOCTOR NOW BOARDING.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.390--390
  41. The compassionate organisation
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2013]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 614, Volume 63, p.481--481
  42. Patients as teachers and mentors
    Smith, Gaynor and Hughes, Jane and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    User Involvement in Health Care, p.52
  43. School of Medical Sciences Education Development
    Boynton, Petra and Swinglehurst, Deborah and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Ms Jill and Wong, Geoff
    [article ]
  44. The Clinical Interaction
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article ]
    Primary Health Care: Theory and Practice, p.146--174
  45. Ten men in the dock
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article ]
  46. Beyond improvement tools
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 603, Volume 62, p.541--541
  47. Risk management for academics
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    BMJ: Issue 7518, Volume 331, p.703
  48. The following references are taken from abstracts for journal articles or the MEDLINE and CINAHL databases. For each of the six references mark all the words or phrases that identify this item as qualitative research.
    Pakistani, Conclusions British and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Collard, Anna and Begum, Noorjahan
    [article ]
  49. Doing medicine
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    BMJ: Issue 7598, Volume 334, p.854--854
  50. AUNTIE'S TRIAL.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.923--923
  51. Outside the Box: Dear Ofcare...
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7622, Volume 335, p.724
  52. Using e-learning in assessment for learning: a case-study of web-based course in primary care.
    Elton, L and Russell, J and Swinglehurst, D and Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2004]
  53. The ‘ologies’(underpinning academic disciplines) of primary health care
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    Primary health care: Theory and practice, p.23--56
  54. Be prepared
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: Issue 7108, Volume 315, p.612
  55. Soundings: Doing simple things well
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2003]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7396, Volume 326, p.991
  56. SSSS
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1996]
    BMJ: Issue 7049, Volume 313, p.119
  57. Editorial:‘Training the Trainers’, courses in evidence-based health care
    GREENHALGH, TRISHA
    [article : 1998]
    Health Libraries Review: Issue 3, Volume 15, p.147--149
  58. Cases For Finals
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
  59. Culture, Religion and Childbearing in a Multiracial Society: A Handbook for Health Professionals
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1996]
    BMJ: Issue 7039, Volume 312, p.1168--1169
  60. Breaking the rules with the one you love
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6934, Volume 308, p.985
  61. Writing About Wrongs
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1990]
  62. Let's learn more in lectures
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: Issue 7088, Volume 314, p.1207
  63. Fear and clothing
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2001]
    BMJ: Issue 7298, Volume 322, p.1373
  64. User leaflets
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1990]
    Br Med J, Volume 300, p.420--421
  65. Happy forms?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2000]
    BMJ: Issue 7246, Volume 320, p.1415
  66. Referral management centres: Is this an April fool?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2006]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7547, Volume 332, p.975
  67. WHAT YOUR STEREOTYPES MAY BE READING.
    Greenhalg, T
    [article : 1991]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 6800, Volume 303, p.475
  68. WELL SERVE YOU WITH A SMILE
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
  69. Heartsink and roses
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
  70. Controversies in primary care Setting prescribing budgets in general practiceCapitation based prescribing budgets will not work
    Majeed, Azeem and Head, Stephen
    [article : 1998]
    Bmj: Issue 7133, Volume 316, p.748--750
  71. Time for patient leaflets on the Hajj
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 343
  72. Feeding interventions for improving the physical and psychosocial health of disadvantaged children aged three months to five years
    Kristjansson, Elizabeth and Francis, Damian K and Liberato, Selma and Benkhalti Jandu, Maria and We...
    [article : 2012]
  73. Whose rights and who’s right?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2009]
    BMJ, Volume 338
  74. " They value being fatter": Dissonance between health professional and lay concepts of fatness and its relation to diabetes risk in a South Asian Community
    Grace, C and Begum, R and Subhani, S and Greenhalgh, T and Kopelman, P
    [inproceedings : 2008]
    , Volume 32, p.S190--S190
  75. Evidence based vets
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2003]
    BMJ: Issue 7424, Volume 327, p.1175
  76. RUNNING LATE.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.1217--1217
  77. How to spread good ideas: A systematic review of the literature on diffusion, spread and sustainability of innovations in health service delivery and organisation
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Bate, SP and Kyriakidou, O and MacFarlane, F
    [article : 2004]
  78. Outside the Box: Why are Cochrane reviews so boring?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 600, Volume 62, p.371--371
  79. Received with thanks
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6939, Volume 308, p.1305
  80. A Tutorial In Alternative Medicine
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
  81. Book: Effectiveness and Efficiency: Random Reflections on Health Services
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7438, Volume 328, p.529
  82. Qualitative research
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    British Journal of General Practice, Volume 48, p.1626--1627
  83. Try another approach, BMJ
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 342
  84. Correction: How to read a paper: Papers that report diagnostic or screening tests
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ-British Medical Journal-International Edition: Issue 7113, Volume 315, p.942--942
  85. Not all those who wander are lost
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2010]
    BMJ, Volume 340
  86. Skill Mix
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1993]
    British Medical Journal, Volume 307, p.71
  87. Information in practice
    Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Boynton, Petra and Rigby, Marcia
    [article : 2004]
    dialogue, Volume 7, p.11
  88. Time For Action Not For Sympathy
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1988]
  89. A first class service
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    BMJ: Issue 7511, Volume 331, p.299
  90. Audit
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
  91. WORKING PART-TIME
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1993]
  92. Bad genes
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1994]
    BMJ: Issue 6937, Volume 308, p.1167
  93. Doctors and managers—time to end the cold war
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1992]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.1184--1184
  94. LETS STOP CALLING IT A MARKET
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1991]
  95. Widening participation: say no to nepotism
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2010]
    BMJ, Volume 341
  96. A gauntlet for senior house officers
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1991]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 6813, Volume 303, p.1337
  97. La Boh{\`e
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2008]
    BMJ, Volume 337
  98. A systematic review of electronic patient records using the meta-narrative approach: Empirical findings and methodological challenges.
    Potts, H and Greenhalgh, T and Bark, P and Swinglehurst, D and Wong, G and Macfarlane, F
    [article : 2008]
  99. Towards a better understanding of delivering e-health systems: A systematic review using the meta-narrative method and two case studies
    Potts, HWW and Keen, J and Denby, T and Featherstone, I and Patterson, D and Anderson, J and Greenh...
    [article : 2011]
  100. Translation Services: Let's talk about critical consciousness
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7592, Volume 334, p.490
  101. New logo
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: Issue 7093, Volume 314, p.1559
  102. Leadership reframed
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 601, Volume 62, p.431--431
  103. Randomized controlled trials
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    British Journal of General Practice, p.1448--1449
  104. Evidence based medicine: new storylines needed
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2009]
    BMJ, Volume 339
  105. Moving beyond the cathedral model for IT development
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Bowden, Tom
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 343
  106. The doctor's right to choose
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1992]
    BMJ: Issue 371, Volume 305, p.8
  107. Researching the small things that matter
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2009]
    BMJ, Volume 339
  108. Paradoxes of spirometry results, and smoking cessation
    Parkes, Gary and Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2010]
    Prim Care Respir J: Issue 3, Volume 19, p.295--6
  109. The new jetsetting
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    BMJ: Issue 7586, Volume 334, p.210--210
  110. A primary-care-led diabetes service: strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    Diabetic medicine: Issue S3, Volume 15, p.S7--S9
  111. Getting a better grip on research: the organizational dimension
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Macfarlane, Fraser and Maskrey, Neal
    [article : 2010]
    InnovAiT: The RCGP Journal for Associates in Training: Issue 2, Volume 3, p.102--107
  112. PUBLISH OR PERISH.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [misc : 1991]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal, p.1556--1556
  113. “No decisions about us without us”? Individual healthcare rationing in a fiscal ice age
    Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Burnett, Andrew and Montgomery, Jonathan and others
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 342
  114. Opening up the ‘black box’of the electronic patient record: a linguistic ethnographic study in general practice
    Swinglehurst, Deborah and Roberts, Celia and Greenhalgh, Tricia
    [article : 2011]
    Commun Med: Issue 1, Volume 8, p.3--15
  115. Plus {\c{c
    Macfarlane, Fraser and Exworthy, Mark and Wilmott, Micky and Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2011]
    Sociology of health \& illness: Issue 6, Volume 33, p.914--929
  116. Whole System Demonstrator trial: policy, politics, and publication ethics
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ, Volume 345
  117. None of our business?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 1998]
    BMJ: Issue 7129, Volume 316, p.482
  118. Childhood obesity and consumption of fizzy drinks: Commercial interests have important role
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7456, Volume 329, p.54
  119. Understanding roadblocks to physical activity participation in a UK South Asian community: cultural and religious perspectives
    Grace, Clare and Begum, Reha and Subhani, Syed and Frost, Gary and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Kopelman,...
    [inproceedings : 2007]
    , Volume 31, p.S194--S194
  120. Advertisements for donepezil. More convincing evidence of efficacy needs to be cited.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7122, Volume 315, p.1623
  121. ナラティブ・ベイスト・メディスン: 臨床における物語りと対話
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Hurwitz, Brian and 清二 and 斎藤 and 和利 and 山本 and 寬史 and 岸本
    [book : 2001]
  122. The conker tree
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: Issue 7118, Volume 315, p.1315
  123. C{\'o
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [book : 2000]
  124. Soundings: The New Ethics
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7440, Volume 328, p.651
  125. Doing an intercalated BSc can make you a better doctor
    Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2003]
    Medical education: Issue 9, Volume 37, p.760--761
  126. Outside the Box: Campaign for real lectures
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2008]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7655, Volume 336, p.1252
  127. Commentary: scientific heads are not turned by rhetoric.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1995]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 6985, Volume 310, p.987
  128. Change and complexity-the rich picture
    Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2000]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 455, Volume 50, p.514--515
  129. RAMESES publication standards: meta-narrative reviews
    Wong, Geoff and Greenhalgh, Trish and Westhorp, Gill and Buckingham, Jeanette and Pawson, Ray
    [article : 2013]
    BMC medicine: Issue 1, Volume 11, p.20
  130. Our brilliant careers
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: Issue 7077, Volume 314, p.382
  131. Como ler artigos cient{\'\i
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [book : 2008]
  132. Soundings: Personal statement syndrome
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7447, Volume 328, p.1083
  133. How to write perfect medical articles every time
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1995]
    BMJ: Issue 6983, Volume 310, p.878
  134. The 2011 Oxford CEBM levels of evidence (introductory document)
    Howick, Jeremy and Chalmers, Iain and Glasziou, Paul and Greenhalgh, Trish and Heneghan, Carl and L...
    [article : 2011]
    Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine. Retrieved January, Volume 20, p.2011
  135. The Oxford 2011 table of evidence
    Howick, J and Chalmers, I and Glasziou, P and Greenhalgh, T and Heneghan, C and Liberati, A and Mos...
    [book : 2011]
    , Volume 5653
  136. David A Warrell Timothy M Cox, John D Firth, Edward J Benz Jr (eds). Oxford textbook of medicine.
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2003]
    FAMILY PRACTICE: Issue 4, Volume 20, p.499--499
  137. JGG Ledingham and DA Warrell (eds). Concise Oxford textbook of medicine on CD-ROM
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2002]
    FAMILY PRACTICE: Issue 6, Volume 19, p.710--710
  138. Concise Oxford textbook of medicine on CD-ROM. JGG Ledingham, DA Warrell (eds).(1 CD,{\pounds
    Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2002]
    Family Practice: Issue 6, Volume 19, p.710--710
  139. A Health and Social Legacy for East London: Narratives of'Problem'and'Solution'Around London 2012
    Thompson, Claire and Lewis, Daniel and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Taylor, Stephanie and Cummins, Steven
    [article : 2013]
    Sociological Research Online: Issue 2, Volume 18, p.1
  140. Oxford centre for evidence-based medicine
    Howick, J and Chalmers, I and Glasziou, P and Greenhalgh, T and Heneghan, C and Liberati, A and oth...
    [article : 2011]
  141. The Oxford 2011 levels of evidence
    Howick, J and Chalmers, I and Glasziou, P and Greenhalgh, T and Heneghan, C and Liberati, A and Mos...
    [article : 2011]
    Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine, Volume 1, p.2011
  142. Act now against new NHS competition regulations
    Davis, Jacky and Banks, Ian and Wrigley, David and Peedell, Clive and Pollock, Alyson and McPherson...
    [article : 2013]
    BMJ, Volume 346
  143. Women in transition: a study of the experiences of Bangladeshi women living in Tower Hamlets. Chris Phillipson, Nilufar Ahmed, Joanna Latimer.(107 pages,{\pounds
    Greenhalgh, Trish
    [article : 2004]
    Family Practice: Issue 2, Volume 21, p.227--228
  144. Addressing the ‘postcode lottery’in local resource allocation decisions: a framework for clinical commissioning groups
    Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Lewis, Harriet and MacKenzie, Ian and Maskrey, Neal and Mo...
    [article : 2013]
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine: Issue 4, Volume 106, p.120--123
  145. Explanation of the 2011 Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (OCEBM) Levels of Evidence (Background Document)
    Howick, J and Chalmers, I and Glasziou, P and Greenhalgh, Trish and Heneghan, C and Liberati, A and...
    [article : 2011]
  146. Narrative based health care: sharing stories: a multiprofessional workbook
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Collard, Anna
    [book : 2003]
  147. Diabetes in British south Asians: nature, nurture, and culture
    Greenhalgh, PM
    [article : 1997]
    Diabetic Medicine: Issue 1, Volume 14, p.10--18
  148. The 57 mm thermal clearance probe: a non-invasive tool for measuring subcutaneous blood flow
    Greenhalgh, PM and Jones, JR and Yudkin, JS
    [article : 1989]
    Clin Sci, Volume 77, p.121--7
  149. The influence of acute emotional stress on the control of insulin dependent diabetes: with particular reference to changes in subcutaneous blood flow and the absorption of injected insulin.
    Greenhalgh, Patricia Mary
    [phdthesis : 1995]
  150. Introducing a nationally shared electronic patient record: Case study comparison of Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Morris, Libby and Wyatt, Jeremy C and Thomas, Gwyn and Gunning, Katey
    [article : 2013]
    International journal of medical informatics: Issue 5, Volume 82, p.e125--e138
  151. Lessons learned from implementation of nationally shared electronic patient records in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Morris, Libby MM and Wyatt, Jeremy C and Thomas, Gwyn
    [article : 2012]
    The Health Service Journal, p.28--37
  152. Research in diabetes mellitus
    Greenhalgh, PM and Haines, AP and Yudkin, JS
    [article : 1994]
    The British Journal of General Practice: Issue 378, Volume 44, p.45
  153. Changes in Injection-site Blood Flow and Plasma Free Insulin Concentrations in Response to Stress in Type 1 Diabetic Patients
    Greenhalgh, PM and Jones, JR and Jackson, CA and Smith, CCT and Yudkin, JS
    [article : 1992]
    Diabetic medicine: Issue 1, Volume 9, p.20--29
  154. Large-System Transformation in Health Care: A Realist Review
    BEST, ALLAN and GREENHALGH, TRISHA and LEWIS, STEVEN and SAUL, JESSIE E and CARROLL, SIMON and BITZ...
    [article : 2012]
    Milbank Quarterly: Issue 3, Volume 90, p.421--456
  155. KNOWLEDGE AND ACTION FOR SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION (KAST)
    Best, A and Saul, J and Carroll, S and Bitz, J and Higgins, C and Greenhalgh, T and Lewis, S and Br...
    [article : 2010]
  156. Internet-based medical education: a realist review of what works, for whom and in what circumstances
    Geoff, Wong and Trisha, Greenhalgh and Ray, Pawson
    [article : 2010]
    BMC Medical Education, Volume 10
  157. Computer templates in chronic disease management: ethnographic case study in general practice
    Swinglehurst, Deborah and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Roberts, Celia
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ open: Issue 6, Volume 2, p.e001754
  158. Quantifying the risk of type 2 diabetes in East London using the QDScore: a cross-sectional analysis
    Mathur, Rohini and Noble, Douglas and Smith, Dianna and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Robson, John
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 603, Volume 62, p.e663--e670
  159. The internet in medical education: a realist review
    Wong, Geoff and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Pawson, Ray
    [article ]
  160. Designing assisted living technologies ‘in the wild’: preliminary experiences with cultural probe methodology
    Wherton, Joseph and Sugarhood, Paul and Procter, Rob and Rouncefield, Mark and Dewsbury, Guy and Hi...
    [article : 2012]
    BMC medical research methodology: Issue 1, Volume 12, p.188
  161. Affordability as a discursive accomplishment in a changing National Health Service
    Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    Social Science \& Medicine: Issue 12, Volume 75, p.2463--2471
  162. RESEARCH-Quantifying the risk of type 2 diabetes in East London using the QDScore: A cross-sectional analysis
    Mathur, Rohini and Noble, Douglas and Smith, Dianna and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Robson, John
    [article : 2012]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 603, Volume 62, p.522
  163. Meta-Narrative Mapping: A New Approach to the Systematic Review of Complex Evidence
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2008]
    Narrative Research in Health and Illness, p.349--381
  164. Users' guides to the medical literature: a manual for evidence-based clinical practice
    Guyatt, Gordon and Rennie, Drummond and others
    [book : 2002]
    , Volume 706
  165. RAMESES publication standards: realist syntheses
    Wong, Geoff and Greenhalgh, Trish and Westhorp, Gill and Buckingham, Jeanette and Pawson, Ray
    [article : 2013]
    BMC medicine: Issue 1, Volume 11, p.21
  166. Time to compare impact and feasibility of prediction models in real life
    Noble, Douglas and Dent, Tom and Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ, Volume 345
  167. Achieving and sustaining profound institutional change in healthcare: Case study using neo-institutional theory
    Macfarlane, Fraser and Barton-Sweeney, Cathy and Woodard, Fran and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2013]
    Social Science \& Medicine, Volume 80, p.10--18
  168. “If We Build It, Will It Stay?” A Case Study of the Sustainability of Whole-System Change in London
    GREENHALGH, TRISHA and MACFARLANE, FRASER and BARTON-SWEENEY, CATHERINE and WOODARD, FRAN
    [article : 2012]
    Milbank Quarterly: Issue 3, Volume 90, p.516--547
  169. First aid kits for recreational dive boats, what should they contain?
    Pye, Jacqueline and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    Travel medicine and infectious disease: Issue 5, Volume 8, p.311--317
  170. Assessing the outcomes of participatory research: protocol for identifying, selecting, appraising
    Jagosh, Justin and Pluye, Pierre and Macaulay, Ann C and Salsberg, Jon and Henderson, Jim and Siret...
    [article ]
  171. The top patient safety strategies that can be encouraged for adoption now
    Shekelle, Paul G and Pronovost, Peter J and Wachter, Robert M and McDonald, Kathryn M and Schoelles...
    [article : 2013]
    Annals of Internal Medicine: Issue 5\_Part\_2, Volume 158, p.365--368
  172. Why do we always end up here? Evidence-based medicine’s conceptual cul-de-sacs and some off-road alternative routes
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2011]
    OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE, p.92
  173. Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice
    Jagosh, Justin and Macaulay, Ann C and Pluye, Pierre and Salsberg, Jon and Bush, Paula L and Hender...
    [article : 2012]
    Milbank Quarterly: Issue 2, Volume 90, p.311--346
  174. Shared care for diabetes. A systematic review.
    Greenhalgh, PM
    [article : 1994]
    Occasional Paper (Royal College of General Practitioners): Issue 67, p.i
  175. The Olympic Regeneration in East London (ORiEL) study: protocol for a prospective controlled quasi-experiment to evaluate the impact of urban regeneration on young people and their families
    Smith, Neil R and Clark, Charlotte and Fahy, Amanda E and Tharmaratnam, Vanathi and Lewis, Daniel J...
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ open: Issue 4, Volume 2, p.e001840
  176. How you spread good ideas: A systematic review of the literature on diffusion, dissemination and sustainability of innovations in health service delivery and organization
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Bate, P and Kyriakidou, O and Peacock, R
    [article : 2004]
  177. Assessing the outcomes of participatory research: protocol for identifying, selecting, appraising and synthesizing the literature for realist review
    Pierre, Pluye and Ann, Macaulay and Jon, Salsberg and Jim, Henderson and Erin, Sirett and Paula, Bu...
    [article ]
    Implementation Science, Volume 6
  178. The Olympics are over. What have we learned about organizing and delivering healthcare?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2012]
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine: Issue 9, Volume 105, p.373--376
  179. Information needs of United Kingdom primary care clinicians1
    Swinglehurst, Deborah A
    [article : 2005]
    Health Information \& Libraries Journal: Issue 3, Volume 22, p.196--204
  180. Reducing inequalities in diabetes: report of the Expert Reference Group for the National Service Framework for Diabetes
    Greenhalgh, T and Griffiths, T and Thomas, K and Wheeler, J and Raleigh, V
    [article : 2001]
  181. The organising vision for telehealth and telecare: discourse analysis
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Procter, Rob and Wherton, Joe and Sugarhood, Paul and Shaw, Sara
    [article : 2012]
    BMJ open: Issue 4, Volume 2, p.e001574
  182. Groups: a hands-on guide to small group work in health care, education, management and research.
    Elwyn, G and Greenhalgh, T and Macfarlane, F
    [book : 2000]
  183. A systematic review of the literature on diffusion, dissemination and sustainability of innovations in health service delivery and organisation
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Bate, SP and Kyriakidou, O and Macfarlane, F and Peacock, R
    [article : 2003]
    How to spread good ideas, p.362
  184. We were treated like adults
    Greenhalgh, T and Russell, J and Boynton, P and Lefford, F and Chopra, N and Dunkley, L
    [article : 2006]
    development of a pre-medicine summer school for, Volume 16, p.762--767
  185. Groups: A Guide To Small Group Work In Healthcare, Management
    Elwyn, G and Greenhalgh, T and Macfarlane, F
    [article : 2001]
  186. Diffusion of innovation in health service organizations: a systematic review of the literature
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Bate, P and MacFarlane, F and Kyriakidou, O
    [book : 2005]
  187. Outside the ivory towers: evidence-based medicine in the real world
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    British Journal of General Practice, Volume 48, p.1716--1717
  188. Effective prescribing at practice level should be identified and rewarded
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1998]
    BMJ: Issue 7133, Volume 316, p.750
  189. School feeding for improving the physical and psychosocial health of disadvantaged students
    Kristjansson, EA and Robinson, V and Petticrew, M and MacDonald, B and Krasevec, J and Janzen, L an...
    [article : 2007]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev, Volume 1
  190. Expanded philosophy of evidence-based medicine. Criticisms of evidence-based medicine
    Straus, Sharon and McAlister, Finlay and Cook, Deborah and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Guyatt, Gordon
    [article : 2002]
    User s Guide to the Medical Literature. A manual for evidence-based clinical practice. Chicago: JAMA and Archive Journals, American medical Association, p.211--222
  191. Teaching humanities in the undergraduate medical curriculum
    Squier, Harriet A and Greenhalgh, T and Hurwitz, B
    [article : 1998]
    Narrative based medicine. Londres: BMJ books, p.128--139
  192. Drug marketing in the Third World: beneath the cosmetic reforms
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1986]
    The Lancet: Issue 8493, Volume 327, p.1318--1320
  193. A hands-on guide to evidence based healthcare: practice and implementation
    Donald, A and Greenhalgh, T
    [book : 2000]
  194. Peer observation of teaching in the online environment: an action research approach
    Swinglehurst, Deborah and Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2008]
    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning: Issue 5, Volume 24, p.383--393
  195. School feeding for improving the physical and psychosocial health of disadvantaged students
    Kristjansson, Betsy and Petticrew, Mark and MacDonald, Barbara and Krasevec, Julia and Janzen, Laur...
    [article : 2009]
  196. Decision making, evidence, audit, and education: case study of antibiotic prescribing in general practiceCommentary: What can we learn from narratives of implementing evidence?
    Lipman, Toby and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Price, Dawn
    [article : 2000]
    BMJ: Issue 7242, Volume 320, p.1114--1118
  197. Putting your course on the web: lessons from a case study and systematic literature review
    Wong, Geoff and Greenhalgh, Trish and Russell, Jill and Boynton, Petra and Toon, Peter
    [article : 2003]
    Medical education: Issue 11, Volume 37, p.1020--1023
  198. From EBM to CSM: the evolution of context-sensitive medicine
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Worrall, Jennifer G
    [article : 1997]
    Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice: Issue 2, Volume 3, p.105--108
  199. How to read a paper. Papers that report diagnostic or screening tests.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1997]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7107, Volume 315, p.540
  200. Evidence based medicine as a tool for quality improvement
    Greenhalgh, T and Donald, A
    [article : 2003]
  201. A new workforce in the making? A case study of strategic human resource management in a whole-system change effort in healthcare
    Macfarlane, Fraser and Greenhalgh, Trish and Humphrey, Charlotte and Hughes, Jane and Butler, Ceri ...
    [article : 2011]
    Journal of health organization and management: Issue 1, Volume 25, p.55--72
  202. Change and the organisation 1-culture and context
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2000]
    British Journal of General Practice, Volume 50, p.340--341
  203. Assessing the outcomes of participatory research: protocol for identifying, selecting, appraising and synthesizing the literature for realist review
    Jagosh, Justin and Pluye, Pierre and Macaulay, Ann C and Salsberg, Jon and Henderson, Jim and Siret...
    [article : 2011]
    Implementation Science: Issue 1, Volume 6, p.24
  204. On the nature of the neural abnormality in human amblyopia; neural aberrations and neural sensitivity loss
    Hess, RF and Campbell, FW and Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1978]
    Pfl{\"u: Issue 3, Volume 377, p.201--207
  205. Realist synthesis: an introduction. ESRC Research Methods Programme, University of Manchester
    Pawson, R and Greenhalgh, T and Harvey, G and Walshe, K
    [article : 2004]
    RMP Methods Paper, Volume 2
  206. Using realist methods to produce syntheses of evidence for use by managers and policy makers
    Pawson, R and Greenhalgh, T and Harvey, G and Walshe, K
    [article : 2004]
  207. How to read a paper: basics EBM
    Greenhalgh, T
    [book : 2001]
  208. Storylines of research: a meta-narrative perspective on systematic review
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Macfarlane, F and Bate, P and Kyriakidou, O and Peacock, R
    [article : 2005]
  209. A systematic review of the literature on diffusion, dissemination and sustainability of innovations in service delivery and organisation
    Greenhalgh, T and Robert, G and Bate, P and Kyriakidou, O and Macfarlane, F and Peacock, R
    [article : 2003]
  210. Evaluating the teaching of evidence based medicine: conceptual framework
    Straus, Sharon E and Green, Michael L and Bell, Douglas S and Badgett, Robert and Davis, Dave and G...
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: Issue 7473, Volume 329, p.1029--1032
  211. Stories of dying: therapeutic writing in hospice care
    Bolton, G and GREENHALGH, T and HURWITZ, B
    [article : 1998]
    Narrative based medicine: dialogue and discourse in clinical practice. London: BMJ Books, p.45--54
  212. Food beliefs and practices in British Bangladeshis with diabetes: an ethnographic analysis
    Chowdhury, AM and Greenhalgh, T and Helman, C
    [article : 2000]
    Med Anthropol, Volume 7, p.209--26
  213. Revalidation: a critical perspective
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Wong, Geoff
    [article : 2011]
    The British Journal of General Practice: Issue 584, Volume 61, p.166
  214. The Modernisation Initiative Independent Evaluation: Final Report
    Greenhalgh, T and Humphrey, C and Hughes, J and Macfarlane, F and Butler, C and Connell, P and Paws...
    [article : 2008]
  215. Change and the team: group relations theory
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2000]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 452, Volume 50, p.252--253
  216. Research methods in primary care 4
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    Qualitative research. Br J Gen Pract: Issue 434, Volume 48, p.1626--7
  217. Uneasy bedfellows?--reconciling intuition and evidence based practice
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2002]
    British Journal of General Practice, Volume 52, p.395--400
  218. Change and individual 1-adult learning theory
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2000]
    British Journal of General Practice, Volume 50, p.76--77
  219. Sharing stories-a new approach to multiprofessional training in diabetes care
    Greenhalgh, T and Collard, A
    [article : 2003]
  220. Methods of synthesis: making it useful for evidence-based management and policy making
    Pawson, R and Greenhalgh, T and Harvey, G and Walshe, K
    [article : 2005]
    Journal of Health Services Research and Policy: Issue 1, Volume 10, p.21--34
  221. Narrative based medicine
    Greenhalgh, T and Collard, A and Begum, N
    [article : 2005]
    Practical Diabetes International: Issue 4, Volume 22, p.125--129
  222. Summary care record early adopter programme: an independent evaluation by University College London. London: University College London, 2008
    Greenhalgh, T and Stramer, K and Bratan, T and Byrne, E and Russell, J and Mohammad, Y and others
    [misc : 2009]
  223. Assessing methodological quality
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2001]
    How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine. London: BMJ Publishing Group, p.59--73
  224. Searching the literature
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1997]
    How to read a paper. London: BMJ Publishing Group, p.13--33
  225. Narrative-based medicine-sprechende Medizin: Dialog und Diskurs im klinischen Alltag
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [book : 2005]
  226. Nursing, narrative, and the moral imagination
    Scott, PA
    [article : 1998]
    Narrative Based Medicine: Dialogue and Discourse in Clinical Practice. London: BMJ Books, p.149--58
  227. Groups-a hands-on guide to small group work in education, management, and research
    Elwyn, G and Greenhalgh, T and Macfarlane, F and Koppel, S
    [article : 2000]
  228. Narratives of spirituality and religion in end-of-life care
    Frank, Arthur W and Hurwitz, B and Greenhaigh, T and Skultans, V
    [article : 2004]
    Narrative research in health and illness, p.132--145
  229. Meta-analysis and beyond: applying secondary research methods to primary care
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 1998]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 433, Volume 48, p.1540--1541
  230. Complexity science: complexity and clinical care
    Wilson, Tim and Holt, Tim
    [article : 2001]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7314, Volume 323, p.685
  231. 5: Applying the evidence with patients
    GREENHALGH, TRISHA and YOUNG, GAVIN
    [article : 2001]
    Evidence-based Practice in Primary Care, p.49
  232. Towards a broader agenda for training in critical appraisal
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Herxheimer, Andrew
    [article : 1999]
    Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London: Issue 1, Volume 33, p.36--38
  233. Complexity, leadership, and management in healthcare organisations
    Plsek, Paul E and Wilson, Tim
    [article : 2001]
    Bmj: Issue 7315, Volume 323, p.746--749
  234. Why study narrative?
    Greenhaigh, Trisha and Hurwitz, Brain and Greenhaigh, T and Hurwitz, B and others
    [article : 1999]
    Western Journal of Medicine: Issue 6, Volume 170, p.367
  235. Risk models and scores for type 2 diabetes: systematic review
    Noble, Douglas and Mathur, Rohini and Dent, Tom and Meads, Catherine and Greenhalgh, Trisha and oth...
    [article : 2011]
    Bmj, Volume 343, p.d7163
  236. The sharing stories model of diabetes self management education for minority ethnic groups: a pilot randomised controlled trial
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Campbell-Richards, Desir{\'e
    [article : 2009]
  237. Getting a better grip on research: the fate of those who ignore history
    Santayana, George
    [article : 2009]
  238. Why national ehealth programs need dead philosophers: Wittgensteinian reflections on policymakers’ reluctance to learn from history
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill and Ashcroft, Richard E and Parsons, Wayne
    [article : 2011]
    Milbank Quarterly: Issue 4, Volume 89, p.533--563
  239. Topics in Review: Seeing what you want to see in randomized controlled trials: versions and perversions of UK Prospective Diabetes Study data
    McCormack, James and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2001]
    Western Journal of Medicine: Issue 2, Volume 174, p.123
  240. Studying technology use as social practice: the untapped potential of ethnography
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Swinglehurst, Deborah
    [article : 2011]
    BMC medicine: Issue 1, Volume 9, p.45
  241. Storylines of self-management: narratives of people with diabetes from a multiethnic inner city population
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Collard, Anna and Campbell-Richards, Desir{\'e
    [article : 2011]
    Journal of health services research \& policy: Issue 1, Volume 16, p.37--43
  242. Adopting and assimilating new non-pharmaceutical technologies into health care: a systematic review
    Robert, Glenn and Greenhalgh, Trisha and MacFarlane, Fraser and Peacock, Richard
    [article : 2010]
    Journal of Health Services Research \& Policy: Issue 4, Volume 15, p.243--250
  243. Early life risk factors for obesity in childhood: The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7514, Volume 331, p.453
  244. Administering, analysing, and reporting your questionnaire
    Boynton, Petra M
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: Issue 7452, Volume 328, p.1372--1375
  245. The Devil’s in the Detail
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Stramer, Katja and Bratan, Tanja and Byrne, Emma and Russell, Jill and Hinde...
    [article : 2010]
  246. How to read a paper: The Basics of Evidence-Based Medicine
    Trisha, Greenhalgh
    [book : 1997]
  247. How to read a paper
    Trisha, Greenhalgh
    [article : 1997]
  248. Rhetoric, evidence and policymaking: a case study of priority setting in primary care
    Russell, Jill and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2009]
  249. Kieran Walshe. 2004.“
    Pawson, Ray and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Harvey, Gill
    [article : 2004]
    Realist synthesis: an introduction”. Research Methods Programme, University of Manchester. RMP Methods Paper, Volume 2
  250. Medical manpower—a stand against Russian roulette
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1985]
    British Medical Journal (Clinical research ed.): Issue 6488, Volume 291, p.158--158
  251. Ethnographic study of ICT-supported collaborative work routines in general practice
    Swinglehurst, Deborah and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Myall, Michelle and Russell, Jill
    [article : 2010]
    BMC health services research: Issue 1, Volume 10, p.348
  252. New models of self-management education for minority ethnic groups: pilot randomized trial of a story-sharing intervention
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Campbell-Richards, Desir{\'e
    [article : 2011]
    Journal of health services research \& policy: Issue 1, Volume 16, p.28--36
  253. Measuring quality in the therapeutic relationship—Part 2: subjective approaches
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Heath, Iona
    [article : 2010]
    Quality and Safety in Health Care: Issue 6, Volume 19, p.479--483
  254. Determinants of knowledge gain in evidence-based medicine short courses: an international assessment
    Kunz, Regina and Wegscheider, Karl and Fritsche, Lutz and Sch{\"u
    [article : 2010]
    Open Medicine: Issue 1, Volume 4, p.e3
  255. The human genome project
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine: Issue 12, Volume 98, p.545--545
  256. Realist methods in medical education research: what are they and what can they contribute?
    Wong, Geoff and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Westhorp, Gill and Pawson, Ray
    [article : 2012]
    Medical Education: Issue 1, Volume 46, p.89--96
  257. Use of Shewart's technique
    Wilson, Tim and Holt, Tim and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2001]
    The Lancet: Issue 9267, Volume 357, p.1529
  258. Childhood obesity in transition zones: an analysis using structuration theory
    Chan, Christine and Deave, Toity and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    Sociology of health \& illness: Issue 5, Volume 32, p.711--729
  259. What is this knowledge that we seek to “exchange”?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    Milbank Quarterly: Issue 4, Volume 88, p.492--499
  260. Commentary: Competencies for informed shared decision making.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1999]
    BMJ (Clinical research ed.): Issue 7212, Volume 319, p.770
  261. Assessing the benefits of participatory research: a rationale for a realist review
    Macaulay, Ann C and Jagosh, Justin and Seller, Robbyn and Henderson, Jim and Cargo, Margaret and Gr...
    [article : 2011]
    Global health promotion: Issue 2, Volume 18, p.45--48
  262. Storytelling should be targeted where it is known to have greatest added value
    Greenhalgh, T
    [article : 2001]
    Medical education: Issue 9, Volume 35, p.818--819
  263. “We were treated like adults”—development of a pre-medicine summer school for 16 year olds from deprived socioeconomic backgrounds: action research study
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill and Boynton, Petra and Lefford, Frances and Chopra, Nikhil and...
    [article : 2006]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7544, Volume 332, p.762
  264. Protocol-realist and meta-narrative evidence synthesis: Evolving Standards (RAMESES)
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Wong, Geoff and Westhorp, Gill and Pawson, Ray
    [article : 2011]
    BMC medical research methodology: Issue 1, Volume 11, p.115
  265. Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study
    Swinglehurst, Deborah and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill and Myall, Michelle and others
    [article : 2011]
    BMJ, Volume 343
  266. Why did the Lancet take so long?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    BMJ, Volume 340
  267. Inherent tensions in involving users
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Woodard, Fran and Humphrey, Charlotte
    [article : 2010]
    User Involvement in Health Care, p.104--115
  268. Obesity in Hong Kong Chinese preschool children: Where are all the nurses?
    Chan, Christine MS and Deave, Toity and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2010]
    Journal of pediatric nursing: Issue 4, Volume 25, p.264--273
  269. Response to ‘The appropriation of complexity theory in health care’
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Plsek, Paul and Wilson, Tim and Fraser, Sarah and Holt, Tim
    [article : 2010]
    Journal of Health Services Research \& Policy: Issue 2, Volume 15, p.115--117
  270. Involving service users in the evaluation and redesign of primary care services for depression: a qualitative study
    Louch, Penny and Goodman, Claire and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    Primary Care and Community Psychiatry: Issue 3, Volume 10, p.109--117
  271. Can ‘anecdote’ever be research?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    Family Practice: Issue 1, Volume 22, p.1--1
  272. Organisational factors influencing technology adoption and assimilation in the NHS: a systematic literature review
    Robert, Glenn and Greenhalgh, Trisha and MacFarlane, Fraser and Peacock, R
    [article : 2009]
  273. Story-based scales: development and validation of questionnaires to measure subjective health status and cultural adherence in British Bangladeshis with diabetes
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Mu'min Chowdhury and Wood, Gary W
    [article : 2006]
    Psychology, health \& medicine: Issue 4, Volume 11, p.432--448
  274. Big is beautiful? A survey of body image perception and its relation to health in British Bangladeshis with diabetes
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Mu'min Chowdhury and Wood, Gary W
    [article : 2005]
    Psychology, health \& medicine: Issue 2, Volume 10, p.126--138
  275. Thirty years on from Alma-Ata: Where have we come from? Where are we going?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2008]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 556, Volume 58, p.798--804
  276. Narrative research in health and illness
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Hurwitz, Brian and Skultans, Vieda
    [article : 2004]
    Recherche, Volume 67, p.02
  277. Promoting the skills of knowledge translation in an online master of science course in primary health care
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill
    [article : 2006]
    Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions: Issue 2, Volume 26, p.100--108
  278. Narrative based medicine: dialogue and discourse in clinical practice
    Hurwitz, Brian and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1998]
  279. Advancing the science of patient safety
    Shekelle, Paul G and Pronovost, Peter J and Wachter, Robert M and Taylor, Stephanie L and Dy, Sydne...
    [article : 2011]
    Annals of internal medicine: Issue 10, Volume 154, p.693
  280. What seems to be the trouble
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2006]
  281. Looking for a better future: Identity construction in socio-economically deprived 16-year olds considering a career in medicine
    Robb, Nadia and Dunkley, Lisa and Boynton, Petra and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2007]
    Social science \& medicine: Issue 4, Volume 65, p.738--754
  282. Soldiers become casualties: Doctors' accounts of the SARS epidemic
    Wu, Eugene and Rapport, Frances and Jones, Kip and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2004]
    Narrative Research in Health and Illness, p.37--51
  283. Barriers to concordance with antidiabetic drugs—cultural differences or human nature?
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    BMJ: Issue 7502, Volume 330, p.1250
  284. Diffusion of innovations in health service organisations
    Trisha. Greenhalgh
    [book ]
  285. Community based yoga classes for type 2 diabetes: an exploratory randomised controlled trial
    Skoro-Kondza, Lana and Tai, Sharon S and Gadelrab, Ramona and Drincevic, Desanka and Greenhalgh, Tr...
    [article : 2009]
    BMC health services research: Issue 1, Volume 9, p.33
  286. Research governance: where did it come from, what does it mean?
    Shaw, Sara and Boynton, Petra M and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2005]
    Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine: Issue 11, Volume 98, p.496--502
  287. Primary health care: theory and practice
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [book : 2013]
  288. General practices as emergent research organizations: a qualitative study into organizational development
    Macfarlane, Fraser and Shaw, Sara and Greenhalgh, Trisha and Carter, Yvonne H
    [article : 2005]
    Family practice: Issue 3, Volume 22, p.298--304
  289. Commentary: Meta-analysis is a blunt and potentially misleading instrument for analysing models of service delivery.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1998]
    BMJ (Clinical research ed.): Issue 7155, Volume 317, p.395
  290. Why do evaluations of eHealth programs fail? An alternative set of guiding principles
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill
    [article : 2010]
    PLoS Medicine: Issue 11, Volume 7, p.1331
  291. Collecting stories: is it research? Is it good research? Preliminary guidance based on a Delphi study
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Wengraf, Tom
    [article : 2008]
    Medical education: Issue 3, Volume 42, p.242--247
  292. Best research--for what? Best health--for whom? A critical exploration of primary care research using discourse analysis
    Shaw, Sara E and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2008]
    Social science \& medicine: Issue 12, Volume 66, p.2506--2519
  293. Evidence-based policymaking: a critique
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Russell, Jill
    [article : 2009]
    Perspectives in Biology and Medicine: Issue 2, Volume 52, p.304--318
  294. Evidence into action: changing practice in primary care.
    Hughes, Jane and Humphrey, Charlotte and Rogers, Stephen and Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 2002]
    Occasional paper (Royal College of General Practitioners): Issue 84, p.i
  295. Making decisions about benefits and harms of medicines
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Kostopoulou, Olga and Harries, Clare
    [article : 2004]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7456, Volume 329, p.47
  296. Role of routines in collaborative work in healthcare organisations
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and others
    [article : 2008]
    BMJ, Volume 337
  297. Writing as therapy: Effects on immune mediated illness need substantiation in independent studies
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [article : 1999]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7205, Volume 319, p.270
  298. Interpreted consultations as ‘business as usual’? An analysis of organisational routines in general practices
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Voisey, Christopher and Robb, Nadia
    [article : 2007]
    Sociology of health \& illness: Issue 6, Volume 29, p.931--954
  299. Commercial partnerships in chronic disease management: proceeding with caution
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Herxheimer, Andrew and Isaacs, Anthony J and Beaman, Mike and Morris, Jenny ...
    [article : 2000]
    BMJ: British Medical Journal: Issue 7234, Volume 320, p.566
  300. Adoption, non-adoption, and abandonment of a personal electronic health record: case study of HealthSpace
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Hinder, Susan and Stramer, Katja and Bratan, Tanja and Russell, Jill and oth...
    [article : 2010]
    Bmj, Volume 341
  301. Towards a competency grid for evidence-based practice
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Macfarlane, Fraser
    [article : 1997]
    Journal of evaluation in clinical practice: Issue 2, Volume 3, p.161--165
  302. Experiences of general practitioners and practice nurses of training courses in evidence-based health care: a qualitative study.
    Greenhalgh, Trisha and Douglas, Hannah-Rose
    [article : 1999]
    British Journal of General Practice: Issue 444, Volume 49, p.536--540

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  1. Evidence Based Health Care Workbook
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book : 1999 ]
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    Evidence Based Health Care Workbook
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 35,090.547)

  2. How to implement evidence-based healthcare / Trisha Greenhalgh
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book : 2017-2018 ]
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    At 36 libraries
    How to implement evidence-based healthcare / Trisha Greenhalgh
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    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 33,789.121)

  3. Narrative based health care : sharing stories : a multiprofessional workbook / Trisha Greenhalgh, Anna Collard
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book : 2003 ]
    Read online at Open Library/Internet Archive
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    Narrative based health care : sharing stories : a multiprofessional workbook / Trisha Greenhalgh, Anna Collard
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 30,411.359)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 30,411.359)

  4. Narrative based medicine : dialogue and discourse in clinical practice / edited by Trisha Greenhalgh, Brian Hurwitz
    Hurwitz, Brian
    [ Book : 1998 ]
    At 12 libraries
    Narrative based medicine : dialogue and discourse in clinical practice / edited by Trisha Greenhalgh, Brian Hurwitz
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,936.652)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,936.652)

  5. Evidence based health care workbook : understanding research : for individual and group learning / Trish Greenhalgh and Anna Donald
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book : 2000 ]
    Possibly online
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    Evidence based health care workbook : understanding research : for individual and group learning / Trish Greenhalgh and Anna Donald
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,631.367)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,631.367)

  6. Medicine today / Trisha Greenhalgh ; introduction and exercises by David Shaw
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book : 1993 ]
    At 3 libraries
    Medicine today / Trisha Greenhalgh ; introduction and exercises by David Shaw
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,487.143)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,487.143)

  7. Theorising big IT programmes in healthcare : strong structuration theory meets actor-network theory
    Greenhalgh, Trisha; Stones, Rob
    [ Article : 2010 ]
    View online (access conditions)
    At UWS Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,328.732)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,328.732)

  8. Rethinking Resistance to 'Big IT': A Sociological Study of Why and When Healthcare Staff Do Not Use Nationally Mandated Information and Communication Technologies
    Greenhalgh, Trisha; Swinglehurst, Deborah; Stones, Rob
    [ Article : 2014 ]
    View online
    At UWS Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,022.176)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 27,022.176)

  9. Choose and book : a sociological analysis of 'resistance' to an expert system
    Greenhalgh, Trisha; Stones, Rob; Swinglehurst, Deborah
    [ Article : 2014 ]
    View online (access conditions)
    At UWS Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 26,840.486)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 26,840.486)

  10. The complete guide to breast cancer : how to feel empowered and take control / Trisha Greenhalgh and Liz O'Riordan
    Greenhalgh, Trisha
    [ Book, Audio book : 2018-2019 ]
    At 23 libraries
    The complete guide to breast cancer : how to feel empowered and take control / Trisha Greenhalgh and Liz O'Riordan
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 26,819.764)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 26,819.764)

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  1. How to Read a Paper: The Basics of Evidence Based Medicine
    White, Jocelyn C
    CHOICE: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries
    [ Article : 1998 ]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 24,882.924)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 24,882.924)

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  1. Government Gazette Notices
    Commonwealth of Australia Gazette. Periodic (National : 1977 - 2011) Thursday 20 December 1990 p 122

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    ... 24 Adams St Maitland 2320 National Australia Bank Ltd Kingston 143.92 21 Greenhalghs Rd Delacombe Vic ... 18831 words
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  1. Family Notices
    The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995) Wednesday 20 April 1983 p 32 Family Notices
    ... .4.83 RCH. Thanks to nursing ..* staff and attending physi - cian. GREENHALGH. — Julie, Phillip, Mark and ... "cq^ rni^ py Tu.cnty-First u.ith love Mum, Dad. Sam. Digby. Missy. Chloc and Tom. TILLEY, Trisha — Happy ... 1011 words
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  1. How to improve success of technology projects in health and social care
    Trisha Greenhalgh
    [ Article : 2018 ]
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    At APO
    How to improve success of technology projects in health and social care
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 113.463)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 113.463)

  2. A global call for action to include gender in research impact assessment
    Ovseiko, PV; Greenhalgh, T; Adam, P; Grant, J; Hinrichs-Krapels, S; Graham, KE; Valentine, PA; Sued, O; Boukhris, OF; Al Olaqi, NM; Al Rahbi, IS; Dowd ...
    [ Article : 2016 ]
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    At Uni of Mel Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 20.303)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 20.303)

  3. Realist review - a new method of systematic review designed for complex policy interventions
    Pawson, R; Greenhalgh, T; Harvey, G; Walshe, K
    [ Article : 2005-2013 ]
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    At Adel Uni Inst Rep
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 14.903)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 14.903)

  4. Instructor Resource Guide
    Bogossian, Fiona E
    [ Article : 2018 ]
    At USC Research Bank
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  1. Understanding research methods for evidence-based practice in health / Trisha M. Greenhalgh [and four others]
    Greenhalgh, Trisha M
    [ Book : 2017 ]
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    Understanding research methods for evidence-based practice in health / Trisha M. Greenhalgh [and four others]
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 391.649)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 391.649)

  2. Narrative based medicine: dialogue and discourse in clinical practice
    Greenhalgh, T. (ed)
    [ Book : 1998 ]
    At 3 libraries
    Narrative based medicine: dialogue and discourse in clinical practice
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 65.922)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 65.922)

  3. Narrative-based primary care : a practical guide / John Launer ; foreword by Trisha Greenhalgh
    Launer, John M. N
    [ Book : 2002 ]
    Read online at Open Library/Internet Archive
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    Narrative-based primary care : a practical guide / John Launer ; foreword by Trisha Greenhalgh
    This resource may have relevance to your query (score: 0.533)

    This resource may have relevance to your query (score: 0.533)

  4. Implementing evidence-based changes in healthcare / edited by David Evans and Andrew Haines ; forewords by Jenny Simpson and Trisha Greenhalgh
    Haines, A. (Andrew), 1947-
    [ Book : 2000 ]
    At 5 libraries
    Implementing evidence-based changes in healthcare / edited by David Evans and Andrew Haines ; forewords by Jenny Simpson and Trisha Greenhalgh
    This resource may be of limited relevance to your query (score: 0.411)

    This resource may be of limited relevance to your query (score: 0.411)

  1. The MMR vaccine scare
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Radio National
    [ Sound : 2010 ]
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    The MMR vaccine scare
    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 115.629)

    This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 115.629)