The research


The web – bringing support and health information into the home: the communicative power of qualitative research
Alexander J, Ziebland S (2006)
International Journal of Nursing Studies 43 (4): 389-391 (Editorial)
Men’s accounts of depression: reconstructing or resisting hegemonic masculinity?
Carol Emslie, Damien Ridge, Sue Ziebland and Kate Hunt (2006)
Medicine 62 : 2246 – 57
What people close to death say about euthanasia and assisted suicide: a qualitative study
Chapple A, Ziebland S, Herxheimer A, McPherson A (2006)
Journal of Medical Ethics 706-710
The specialist palliative care nurse: a qualitative study of the patients' perspective
Chapple A, Ziebland S, McPherson A (2006)
International Journal of Nursing Studies 43 1011-1022
Can I come off the tablets now? A qualitative analysis of heart failure patients' understanding of their medication
Field K, Ziebland S, McPherson A, Lehman R (2006)
Family Practice ; 23: 624-630
Breast cancer in the family—children's perceptions of their mother's cancer and its initial treatment: qualitative study 
Forrest G, Plumb C, Ziebland S, Stein A (2006)
BMJ 332:998-1003
Sleep, gender and aging: temporal perspectives in the mid-to-later life transition 
Hislop J, Arber, S (2006)
in T.Calasanti, and K, Slevin [eds] ) Age Matters: Realigning Feminist Thinking New York, Routledge
‘Just a bystander?’ Men’s place in the process of fetal screening and diagnosis
Locock L, Alexander J (2006)
Social Science and Medicine 62 (6): 1349-59
Why do General practitioners prescribe antibiotics for acute infective conjunctivitis in children? Qualitative interviews with GPs and a questionnaire survey of parents and teachers
Rose, P; Ziebland, S; Harnden, A; Mayon-White, R; Mant, D (2006)
Family Practice ; 23(2): 226-32
“It takes two to tango”… but what if one can’t dance and the other doesn’t want to? A response to van den Ven 2005 
Ryan S (2006)
Disability and Society21 (1): 91-92
Gender, cancer experience and internet use: A comparative keyword analysis of interviews and online cancer support groups 
Seale C, Charteris-Black J, Ziebland S (2006)
Social Science and Medicine ; 62: 2577-2590
The choice is yours? How women with ovarian cancer make sense of treatment choices 
Sue Ziebland, Julie Evans, Ann McPherson (2006)
Patient Education and Counselling 62 :361-367
Women’s information needs about ductal carcinoma in situ before mammographic screening and after diagnosis: a qualitative study 
Suman Prinjha, Julie Evans, Ann McPherson (2006)
Journal of Medical Screening13: 110-114
The causation of disease - the practical and ethical consequences of competing explanations 
Ulla Räisänen, Bekkers, Marie-Jet, Paula Boddington, Srikant Sarangi ja Angus Clarke (2006)
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy9 (2): 293-306
Making Sense of Qualitative Data Analysis with illustrations from the DIPEx project
Ziebland S, McPherson A (2006)
Medical Education 405-414


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