Deborah Biggerstaff
Deborah Biggerstaff
Warwick Medical School University of Warwick UK
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk
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Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA): A qualitative methodology of choice in healthcare research
D Biggerstaff, AR Thompson
Qualitative research in psychology 5 (3), 214-224, 2008
9862008
Qualitative research methods in psychology
D Biggerstaff
Psychology: selected papers, 175-206, 2012
1092012
Exam success at undergraduate and graduate-entry medical schools: is learning style or learning approach more important? a critical review exploring links between academic …
AM Feeley, DL Biggerstaff
Teaching and Learning in Medicine 27 (3), 237-244, 2015
572015
Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) as a method of choice for research in health care settings
D Biggerstaff, AR Thompson
Qualitative Research in Psychology 5 (3), 173-183, 2008
142008
Empowerment and self-help: a phenomenological methodology in research in the first year after childbirth
DL Biggerstaff
European Positive Psychology Proceedings. J Henry (Edr.), British …, 2003
122003
The future health worker: regulation of health care assistants
M Johnson, J Allsop, MD Clark, C Davies, D Biggerstaff, N Genders, ...
Institute for Public Policy Research, 2002
102002
Trapped in a disrupted normality: Survivors’ and partners’ experiences of life after a sudden cardiac arrest
L Whitehead, S Tierney, D Biggerstaff, GD Perkins, KL Haywood
Resuscitation 147, 81-87, 2020
82020
Qualitative research methods in psychology, psychology-selected papers, Dr. Gina Rossi (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-51-0587-9, InTech
D Biggerstaff
62012
Trust and psychological safety as facilitators of resilient health care
MA Sujan, H Huang, D Biggerstaff
Working Across Boundaries: Resilient Health Care, Volume 5, 125, 2019
52019
Young people’s preferences for the use of emerging technologies for asymptomatic regular chlamydia testing and management: a discrete choice experiment in England
S Eaton, D Biggerstaff, S Petrou, L Osipenko, J Gibbs, CS Estcourt, ...
BMJ open 9 (1), 2019
52019
Understanding the role of patient and public involvement in renal dietetic research
A Morris Mr, D Biggerstaff, N Krishnan, D Lycett
Patient Experience Journal 4 (2), 23-32, 2017
52017
Factors affecting young people's preferences for emerging technologies for chlamydia testing and treatment: a discrete choice experiment in England
S Eaton, D Biggerstaff, J Pink, S Petrou, L Osipenko, J Gibbs, CS Estcourt, ...
The Lancet 388, S44, 2016
52016
Do the public share practitioners’ views about the best evidence?
EJ Robinson, D Biggerstaff, S Jennings, EA Maylor
Patient education and counseling 88 (2), 325-329, 2012
42012
A phenomenological exploration of parenting after birth trauma: Mothers perceptions of the first year
E Molloy, DL Biggerstaff, P Sidebotham
Women and Birth, 2020
32020
Glass slippers and glass cliffs: Fitting in and falling off
N Krishnan, D Biggerstaff, A Szczepura, M Dolton, S Livingston, ...
Transplantation 103 (7), 1486-1493, 2019
32019
Identifying barriers and enablers in the dietary management of chronic kidney disease using the PEN-3 cultural model
A Morris, D Biggerstaff, N Krishnan, D Lycett
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 31 (S1), 11-11, 2018
32018
Are women in transplant leadership roles judged more harshly than their male colleagues?
N Krishnan, D Biggerstaff, N Raymond, M Dolton, H Braun, S Livingston, ...
Transplantation 100 (7), S159-S159, 2016
32016
Capturing whole person care
A Morris, D Biggerstaff, D Lycett
Journal of renal care 42 (2), 71-72, 2016
32016
Phronesis in medical decision making: medical leadership, virtue ethics and practical wisdom
M Conroy, D Biggerstaff, A Brockie, C Hale, R Knox, A Malik, C Turner, ...
22018
UK families with children with rare chromosome disorders: Changing experiences of diagnosis and counselling (2003‐2013)
A Szczepura, S Wynn, B Searle, AJ Khan, T Palmer, D Biggerstaff, J Elliott, ...
Clinical genetics 93 (5), 972-981, 2018
22018
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