Living with a urinary catheter


Experiences of quality of care of women with near-miss maternal morbidities in the UK
Hinton, L., Locock, L., Knight, M 2014
BJOG 121 (Suppl. 4) pp. 20-23

Testing accelerated experience-based co-design: using a national archive of patient experience narrative interviews to promote rapid patient-centred service improvement.
Locock, L., Robert, G., Boaz, A., Shuldham, C., Fielden, J. and Ziebland, S., 2014. In Keating MA, Montgomery K and McDermott A (eds).
Patient-centred healthcare: Achieving co-ordination, communication and innovation. Palgrave Macmillan.
Engaging men with penile cancer in qualitative research: reflections from an interview-based study.
Witty, K, Branney, P, Bullen, K, White, A, Evans, J, and Eardley, I, 2014.
Nurse researcher, 21(3), pp.13-19.
How users of an indwelling urinary catheter talk about sex and sexuality: a qualitative study.
Chapple, A, Prinjha, S, and Salisbury, H 
The British Journal of General Practice,
64(623), e364-e371
Using a national archive of patient experience narratives to promote local patient-centered quality improvement: an ethnographic process evaluation of ‘accelerated’experience-based co-design.
Locock, L., Robert, G., Boaz, A., Vougioukalou, S., Shuldham, C., Fielden, J., Ziebland, S, Gager, M, Tollyfield, R and Pearcey, J, 2014. 
Journal of health services research & policy: 1355819614531565.
Partner Experiences of “Near-Miss” Events in Pregnancy and Childbirth in the UK: A Qualitative Study.
Hinton, L, Locock, L, and Knight, M, 2014.  
PloS one, 9(4), e91735.
Collecting data on patient experience is not enough: they must be used to improve care.
Coulter, A, Locock, L, Ziebland, Z, and Calabrese, J, 2014. 
BMJ, 348:g2225
Testing accelerated experience-based co-design: a qualitative study of using a national archive of patient experience narrative interviews to promote rapid patient-centred service improvement.
Locock, L, Robert, G, Boaz, A, Vougioukalou, S, Shuldham, C, Fielden, J, Ziebland, S, Gager, M, Tollyfield, R. and Pearcey, J, 2014.
NIHR Journals Library.
Using secondary analysis of qualitative data of patient experiences of health care to inform health services research and policy.
Ziebland, S. and Hunt, K., 2014.
Journal of Health Services Research &Policy, 19(3), pp.177–182.
“It can’t be very important because it comes and goes”—patients’ accounts of intermittent symptoms preceding a pancreatic cancer diagnosis: a qualitative study. 
Evans, J, Chapple, A, Salisbury, H, Corrie, P. and Ziebland, S, 2014.
BMJ, BMJ Open, 4:e004215.
Life interrupted and life regained? Coping with stroke at a young age.
Kuluski, K., Dow, C., Locock, L., Lyons, R. F. and Lassserson, D. 2014.
International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-being, 9.
National survey of clinical communication assessment in medical education in the United Kingdom (UK). 
Laidlaw, A., Salisbury, H., Doherty, E. M. and Wiskin, C. 2014
BMC Medical Education, 2014, 14:10.
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