Nicola Gale
Nicola Gale
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Using the framework method for the analysis of qualitative data in multi-disciplinary health research
NK Gale, G Heath, E Cameron, S Rashid, S Redwood
BMC medical research methodology 13, 1-8, 2013
The effects of educational curricula and training on LGBT‐specific health issues for healthcare students and professionals: a mixed‐method systematic review
AO Sekoni, NK Gale, B Manga‐Atangana, A Bhadhuri, K Jolly
Journal of the International AIDS Society 20 (1), 21624, 2017
The sociology of traditional, complementary and alternative medicine
N Gale
Sociology compass 8 (6), 805-822, 2014
Survival following a diagnosis of heart failure in primary care
CJ Taylor, R Ryan, L Nichols, N Gale, FDR Hobbs, T Marshall
Family practice 34 (2), 161-168, 2017
Patient and general practitioner attitudes to taking medication to prevent cardiovascular disease after receiving detailed information on risks and benefits of treatment: a …
NK Gale, S Greenfield, P Gill, K Gutridge, T Marshall
BMC Family Practice 12, 1-10, 2011
The effect of complementary and alternative medicine on the quality of life of cancer survivors: a systematic review and meta-analyses
C Shneerson, T Taskila, N Gale, S Greenfield, YF Chen
Complementary therapies in medicine 21 (4), 417-429, 2013
Telehealth as ‘peace of mind’: Embodiment, emotions and the home as the primary health space for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder
N Gale, H Sultan
Health & place 21, 140-147, 2013
Towards a sociology of risk work: A narrative review and synthesis
NK Gale, GM Thomas, R Thwaites, S Greenfield, P Brown
Sociology Compass 10 (11), 1046-1071, 2016
From body‐talk to body‐stories: body work in complementary and alternative medicine
NK Gale
Sociology of Health & Illness 33 (2), 237-251, 2011
Using mixed methods to identify and answer clinically relevant research questions
CL Shneerson, NK Gale
Qualitative health research 25 (6), 845-856, 2015
Synthetic social support: Theorizing lay health worker interventions
NK Gale, S Kenyon, C MacArthur, K Jolly, L Hope
Social Science & Medicine 196, 96-105, 2018
Patterns of self‐management practices undertaken by cancer survivors: variations in demographic factors
C Shneerson, T Taskila, R Holder, S Greenfield, I Tolosa, S Damery, ...
European journal of cancer care 24 (5), 683-694, 2015
Individualised and complex experiences of integrative cancer support care: combining qualitative and quantitative data
HE Seers, N Gale, C Paterson, HJ Cooke, V Tuffrey, MJ Polley
Supportive care in cancer 17, 1159-1167, 2009
Subjective experience or objective process: understanding the gap between values and practice for involving patients in designing patient-centred care
L Lord, N Gale
Journal of health organization and management 28 (6), 714-730, 2014
'You give us rangoli, we give you talk': using an art-based activity to elicit data from a seldom heard group
S Redwood, NK Gale, S Greenfield
BMC medical research methodology 12, 1-13, 2012
The role of self-management practices as mechanisms for re-establishing normality in cancer survivors
C Henshall, S Greenfield, N Gale
Qualitative health research 27 (4), 520-533, 2017
From breathless to failure: symptom onset and diagnostic meaning in patients with heart failure—a qualitative study
CJ Taylor, FDR Hobbs, T Marshall, F Leyva-Leon, N Gale
BMJ open 7 (3), e013648, 2017
Improving the care pathway for women who request Caesarean section: an experience-based co-design study
SL Kenyon, N Johns, S Duggal, R Hewston, N Gale
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 16, 1-13, 2016
Street-level diplomacy? Communicative and adaptive work at the front line of implementing public health policies in primary care
N Gale, G Dowswell, S Greenfield, T Marshall
Social Science & Medicine 177, 9-18, 2017
Co-production in research: some reflections on the experience of engaging practitioners in health research
A Hewison, N Gale, J Shapiro
Public Money & Management 32 (4), 297-302, 2012
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