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Natalie Armstrong
Natalie Armstrong
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Optimizing patient involvement in quality improvement
N Armstrong, G Herbert, EL Aveling, M Dixon‐Woods, G Martin
Health Expectations 16 (3), e36-e47, 2013
2202013
Physical, cognitive, and mental health impacts of COVID-19 after hospitalisation (PHOSP-COVID): a UK multicentre, prospective cohort study
RA Evans, H McAuley, EM Harrison, A Shikotra, A Singapuri, M Sereno, ...
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine 9 (11), 1275-1287, 2021
1622021
From the outside looking in: How an awareness of difference can benefit the qualitative research process
C Tinker, N Armstrong
University of Leicester, 2008
1332008
Quality improvement through clinical communities: eight lessons for practice
EL Aveling, G Martin, N Armstrong, J Banerjee, M Dixon‐Woods
Journal of health organization and management, 2012
1302012
Patient perspectives on health advice posted on Internet discussion boards: a qualitative study
N Armstrong, J Powell
Health Expectations 12 (3), 313-320, 2009
1292009
‘Oh dear, should I really be saying that on here?’: Issues of identity and authority in an online diabetes community
N Armstrong, N Koteyko, J Powell
Health: 16 (4), 347-365, 2012
972012
Professionalism redundant, reshaped, or reinvigorated? Realizing the “third logic” in contemporary health care
GP Martin, N Armstrong, EL Aveling, G Herbert, M Dixon-Woods
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 56 (3), 378-397, 2015
852015
Institutionalising knowledge brokering as a sustainable knowledge translation solution in healthcare: how can it work in practice?
S Chew, N Armstrong, G Martin
Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice 9 (3), 335-351, 2013
842013
The sociology of medical screening: past, present and future
N Armstrong, H Eborall
Sociology of Health & Illness 34 (2), 161-176, 2012
802012
Conceptualizing resistance
N Armstrong, E Murphy
Health: 16 (3), 314-326, 2012
772012
Randomised preference trial of medical versus surgical termination of pregnancy less than 14 weeks' gestation (TOPS)
SC Robson, T Kelly, D Howel, M Deverill, J Hewison, MLS Lie, E Stamp, ...
Health Technology Assessment, 2009
732009
A virtual clinic for diabetes self-management: pilot study
A Jennings, J Powell, N Armstrong, J Sturt, J Dale
Journal of Medical Internet Research 11 (1), e1111, 2009
722009
Stakeholder perspectives on the development of a virtual clinic for diabetes care: qualitative study
N Armstrong, H Hearnshaw, J Powell, J Dale
Journal of Medical Internet Research 9 (3), e929, 2007
492007
The role of primary care professionals in women’s experiences of cervical cancer screening: a qualitative study
N Armstrong, V James, M Dixon-Woods
Family Practice 29 (4), 462-466, 2012
472012
Resistance through risk: Women and cervical cancer screening
N Armstrong
Health, Risk & Society 7 (2), 161-176, 2005
462005
Clinical characteristics with inflammation profiling of long COVID and association with 1-year recovery following hospitalisation in the UK: a prospective observational study
RA Evans, OC Leavy, M Richardson, O Elneima, HJC McCauley, ...
The Lancet Respiratory Medicine, 2022
452022
Care provision during termination of pregnancy following diagnosis of a severe congenital anomaly–A qualitative study of what is important to parents
R Lotto, N Armstrong, LK Smith
Midwifery 43, 14-20, 2016
402016
Do informed consent documents for cancer trials do what they should? A study of manifest and latent functions
N Armstrong, M Dixon‐Woods, A Thomas, G Rusk, C Tarrant
Sociology of health & illness 34 (8), 1230-1245, 2012
402012
Weaving meaning? An exploration of the interplay between lay and professional understandings of cervical cancer risk
N Armstrong, E Murphy
Social Science & Medicine 67 (7), 1074-1082, 2008
392008
Doing diagnosis: whether and how clinicians use a diagnostic tool of uncertain clinical utility
N Armstrong, P Hilton
Social Science & Medicine 120, 208-214, 2014
362014
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