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Greenhalgh, Trisha, Annandale, Ellen, Ashcroft, Richard, Barlow, James, Black, Nick, Bleakley, Alan, Boaden, Ruth, Braithwaite, Jeffrey, Britten, Nicky, Carnevale, Franco, Checkland, Kath, Cheek, Julianne, Clark, Alex, Cohn, Simon, Coulehan, Jack, Crabtree, Benjamin, Cummins, Steven, Davidoff, Frank, Davies, Huw, Dingwall, Robert, Dixon-Woods, Mary, Elwyn, Glyn, Engebretsen, Eivind, Ferlie, Ewan, Fulop, Naomi, Gabbay, John, Gagnon, Marie-Pierre, Galasinski, Dariusz, Garside, Ruth, Gilson, Lucy, Griffiths, Peter, Hawe, Penny, Helderman, Jan-Kees, Hodges, Brian, Hunter, David, Kearney, Margaret, Kitzinger, Celia, Kitzinger, Jenny, Kuper, Ayelet, Kushner, Saville, May, Andree Le, Legare, France, Lingard, Lorelei, Locock, Louise, Maben, Jill, Macdonald, Mary Ellen, Mair, Frances, Mannion, Russell, Marshall, Martin, May, Carl, Mays, Nicholas, McKee, Lorna, Miraldo, Marissa, Morgan, David, Morse, Janice, Nettleton, Sarah, Oliver, Sandy, Pearce, Warrren, Pluye, Pierre, Pope, Catherine, Robert, Glenn, Roberts, Celia, Rodella, Stefania, Rycroft-Malone, Jo, Sandelowski, Margarete, Shekelle, Paul, Stevenson, Fiona, Straus, Sharon, Swinglehurst, Deborah, Thorne, Sally, Tomson, Göran, Westert, Gerd, Wilkinson, Sue, Williams, Brian, Young, Terry and Ziebland, Sue (2016) An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research BMJ Quality & Safety.

Atkins, S, Roberts, C, Hawthorne, K and Greenhalgh, T (2016) Simulated consultations: a sociolinguistic perspective BMC MEDICAL EDUCATION, 16, ARTN 16.

Smith, NR, Clark, C, Fahy, AE, Tharmaratnam, V, Lewis, DJ, Thompson, C, Renton, A, Moore, DG, Bhui, KS, Taylor, SJC, Eldridge, S, Petticrew, M, Greenhalgh, T, Stansfeld, SA and Cummins, S (2012) 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 BMJ Open, 2 (4).

Macfarlane, F, Exworthy, M, Wilmott, M and Greenhalgh, T (2011) Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose: senior NHS managers' narratives of restructuring SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS, 33 (6). pp. 914-929.

Greenhalgh, T, Campbell-Richards, D, Vijayaraghavan, S, Collard, A, Malik, F, Griffin, M, Morris, J, Claydon, A and Macfarlane, F (2011) New models of self-management education for minority ethnic groups: pilot randomized trial of a story-sharing intervention JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH & POLICY, 16 (1). pp. 28-36.

Macfarlane, F, Greenhalgh, T, Humphrey, C, Hughes, J, Butler, C and Pawson, R (2011) A new workforce in the making? A case study of strategic human resource management in a whole-system change effort in healthcare. J Health Organ Manag, 25 (1). pp. 55-72.

Robert, G, Greenhalgh, T, MacFarlane, F and Peacock, R (2010) Adopting and assimilating new non-pharmaceutical technologies into health care: a systematic review. J Health Serv Res Policy, 15 (4). pp. 243-250.

Macfarlane, F, Greenhalgh, T and Maskrey, N (2010) Getting a better grip on research: the organizational dimension InnovAit, 3 (2). pp. 102-107.

Greenhalgh, T, Humphrey, C, Hughes, J, Macfarlane, F, Butler, C and Pawson, R (2009) How Do You Modernize a Health Service ? A Realist Evaluation of Whole-Scale Transformation in London MILBANK QUARTERLY, 87 (2). pp. 391-416.

Macfarlane, F, Shaw, S, Carter, YH and Greenhalgh, T (2007) Can Health Research Policy Be Shaped? Lessons from the UK Experience Harvard Health Policy Review (1). pp. 114-125.

Greenhalgh, T, Robert, G, Macfarlane, F, Bate, P, Kyriakidou, O and Peacock, R (2005) Storylines of research in diffusion of innovation: a meta-narrative approach to systematic review SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE, 61 (2). pp. 417-430.

Macfarlane, F, Shaw, S, Greenhalgh, T and Carter, YH (2005) General practices as emergent research organizations: a qualitative study into organizational development FAMILY PRACTICE, 22 (3). pp. 298-304.

Greenhalgh, T, Robert, G, Macfarlane, F, Bate, P and Kyriakidou, O (2004) Diffusion of innovations in service organizations: Systematic review and recommendations MILBANK QUARTERLY, 82 (4). pp. 581-629.

Desombre, TR, Macfarlane, F, Greenhalgh, T and Scofield, T (2004) RCGP Quality Team Development programme: an illuminative evaluation Quality and Safety in Health Care, 13 (5). pp. 356-362.

Macfarlane, F and Greenhalgh, T (2004) Start spreading the news: what’s the key to spreading good ideas for improving health services? Health Management, 8 (4). pp. 18-19.

Greenhalgh, T, Toon, P, Russell, J, Wong, G, Plumb, L and Macfarlane, F (2003) Transferability of principles of evidence based medicine to improve educational quality: systematic review and case study of an online course in primary health care BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 326 (7381). pp. 142-145.

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