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Dr Mhairi Aitken
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Consensus Statement on Public Involvement and Engagement with Data-Intensive Health Research2019
Dr Tejal Shah
Louise Wilson
Dr Nick Booth
Dr Olly Butters
Kathryn Common
et al.
Information-sharing in health and social care: Lessons from a socio-technical initiative2019
Dr Joel Minion
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Transnational access to large prospective cohorts in Europe: Current trends and unmet needs2019
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Joanne Patterson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Altered eating: a definition and framework for assessment and intervention2018
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Mwenza Blell
Dr Olly Butters
Dr Lorraine Cowley
Dr Nina Hallowell
et al.
Better governance, better access: practising responsible data sharing in the METADAC governance infrastructure2018
Dr Joel Minion
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
The ethics conundrum in Recall by Genotype (RbG) research: Perspectives from birth cohort participants2018
Dr Becca Wilson
Dr Olly Butters
Dr Demetris Avraam
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Paul Burton
et al.
DataSHIELD – New Directions and Dimensions2017
Dr Becca Wilson
Dr Olly Butters
Dr Joel Minion
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Digital Methodology to implement the ECOUTER engagement process2017
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Oversight of Genomic Data Sharing: What Roles for Ethics and Data Access Committees?2017
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Smart homes, private homes? An empirical study of technology researchers’ perceptions of ethical issues in developing smart-home health technologies2017
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Joel Minion
Dr Becca Wilson
Dr Mwenza Blell
Dr Stephanie Roberts
et al.
The ECOUTER methodology for stakeholder engagement in translational research2017
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Joel Minion
Professor Paul Burton
International Data Sharing in Practice: New Technologies Meet Old Governance2016
Professor Paul Burton
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Data Safe Havens in health research and health care2015
Professor Paul Burton
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
DataSHIELD: An ethically robust solution to multiple-site individual-level data analysis2015
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Neil Jenkings
Joan Mackintosh
et al.
Risk communication in the hyperacute setting of stroke thrombolysis: an interview study of clinicians2015
Jan Lecouturier
Michael Clarke
Dr Gail Errington
Dr Nina Hallowell
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Treating childhood intermittent distance exotropia: a qualitative study of decision making2015
Dr Joel Minion
Dr Olly Butters
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Paul Burton
DataSHIELD: Taking the analysis to the data, not the data to the analysis2014
Jo Gray
Dr Mabel Lie
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Peter McMeekin
et al.
Health state descriptions to elicit stroke values: do they reflect patient experience of stroke?2014
Professor Paul Burton
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
The prevalence of metabolic syndrome and metabolically healthy obesity in Europe: A collaborative analysis of ten large cohort studies2014
Dr Darren Flynn
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
A review of decision support, risk communication and patient information tools for thrombolytic treatment in acute stroke: lessons for tool developers2013
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Data sharing across biobanks: Epistemic values, data mutability and data incommensurability2013
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Professor Vera Araujo-Soares
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
The impact of the UK 'Act FAST' stroke awareness campaign: content analysis of patients, witness and primary care clinicians' perceptions.2013
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Christopher Price
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Evidence from the Scene: Paramedic perspectives on involvement in out-of-hospital research2012
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Neil Jenkings
Sian Pointon
Professor Paul Burton
Securing the Data Economy: Translating Privacy and Enacting Security in the Development of DataSHIELD2012
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Neil Jenkings
Dr Mabel Lie
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Gary Ford
et al.
Situationally-Sensitive Knowledge Translation and Relational Decision Making in Hyperacute Stroke: A Qualitative Study2012
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Gary Ford
et al.
Why People Do, or Do Not, Immediately Contact Emergency Medical Services following the Onset of Acute Stroke: Qualitative Interview Study2012
Dr Stephan Dombrowski
Professor Falko Sniehotta
Joan Mackintosh
Professor Martin White
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
Witness response at onset of acute stroke: a qualitative theory-guided study2012
Jan Lecouturier
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Gary Ford
Professor Martin White
et al.
Response to symptoms of stroke in the UK: a systematic review2010
Jan Lecouturier
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
Systematic review of mass media interventions designed to improve public recognition of stroke symptoms, emergency response and early treatment2010
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Dr Tim Rapley
et al.
The challenges of seeking consent from adults to participate in acute research studies2010
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Little bottles and the promise of probiotics2009
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Little bottles and the promise of probiotics2009
Dr Louise Hayes
Professor Nigel Unwin
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
"Obesity" and "Clinical Obesity" Men's understandings of obesity and its relation to the risk of diabetes: A qualitative study2008
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
A funny thing happened on the way to the journal: A commentary on Foucault's ethics and Stuart Murray's "Care of the self"2008
Jan Lecouturier
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Gary Ford
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
Clinical research without consent in adults in the emergency setting: a review of patient and public views2008
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Decision making, power and the doctor-patient relationship2008
Allison Farnworth
Professor Steve Robson
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Decision support for women choosing mode of delivery after a previous caesarean section: A developmental study2008
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Carl May
Dr Tiago Moreira
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Economics, sociology and 'evidence' about health care2008
Dr Joanne Lally
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
More in hope than expectation: A systematic review of women's expectations and experience of pain relief in labour2008
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Lucy Asher
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Non-attendance and organisational structure in diabetes care: a review2008
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Lucy Asher
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Patient disengagement: a narrative review of gender, type-2 diabetes and non-attendance2008
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professional centred shared decision making: Patient decision aids in practice in primary care2008
Dr Tracy Scurry
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Trusting the Trust: A study of trust relationships between staff and senior management of three merging primary care organisations2008
Dr Joanne Lally
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Women's decision-making about pain relief in labour2008
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Gary Ford
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
et al.
“We saw human guinea pigs explode”: coverage of adverse events in the TGN 1412 trial in the printed media2007
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Nick Steen
Jane Greenaway
Dr Lynne Stobbart
et al.
A patient decision aid to support shared decision-making on anti-thrombotic treatment of patients with atrial fibrillation: Randomised controlled trial2007
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Decision support in general practice in the UK2007
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Joanne Lally
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Flexible therapeutic landscapes of labour and the place of pain relief2007
Dr Meng Khaw
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
'I just keep thinking I haven't got it because I'm not yellow': A qualitative study of the factors that influence the uptake of Hepatitis C testing by prisoners2007
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Angela Bate
Managing the agenda: professional engagement in healthcare commissioning2007
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Managing to manage healthcare resources in the English NHS? What can health economics teach? What can health economics learn?2007
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Medical communication and technology: a video-based process study of the use of decision aids in primary care consultations2007
Jan Lecouturier
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Gary Ford
et al.
Narrative review of consent practices in enrolment to hyperacute stroke trials2007
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Carl May
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
et al.
Qualitative methods in a randomised controlled trial: the role of an integrated qualitative process evaluation in providing evidence to discontinue the intervention in one arm of a trial of a decision support tool2007
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Julia Newton
Understanding the context of older people's decision making: a qualitative study of decision making about prevention and treatment of falls and fractures2007
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Consent for research in hyperacute stroke2006
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Gary Ford
Emerita Professor Helen Rodgers
Consent for research in hyperacute stroke2006
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Doctor-patient interaction in a randomised controlled trial of decision-support tools2006
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Danny Ruta
Exchanging knowledge - using economic principles in priority setting practice2006
Dr Simon Peacock
Dr Danny Ruta
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Health economics - Using economics to set pragmatic and ethical priorities2006
Dr Nicola Weaver
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
How do newly diagnosed hypertensives understand ‘risk’? Narratives used in coping with risk2006
Dr Nicola Weaver
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
How do newly diagnosed hypertensives understand 'risk'? Narratives used in coping with risk2006
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Patients or research subjects? A qualitative study of participation in a randomised controlled trial of a complex intervention2006
Rebecca Say
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Patients' preference for involvement in medical decision making: A narrative review2006
Dr Meng Khaw
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Understanding the barriers to the uptake by prisoners of opportunities for testing for Hepatitis C viral infection2006
Dr Stuart Peacock
Dr Danny Ruta
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Using economics for pragmatic and ethical priority setting: two checklists for doctors and managers2006
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Julia Newton
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Can you have agency and not choose? Older people’s involvement in decision making about prevention and treatment of falls and fractures2005
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Correct procedures and cutting corners: A qualitative study of women's occupational health and safety in a beauty therapy industry2005
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Engaging subjectivities2005
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Carl May
et al.
Epistemological status of patients in a randomised controlled trial2005
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Ben Heaven
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
'It aint what you do, it's the way that you do it': an observational study of doctor-patient interactions during shared-decision making in primary care2005
Dr Duika Burges Watson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Little bottles: a political geography of probiotics2005
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Narrative review of changing medical and feminist perspectives on menopause: From femininity and ageing to risk and choice2005
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Julia Newton
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Older people’s involvement in decision making about prevention and treatment of falls and fractures2005
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Julia Newton
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Older people’s involvement in decision making about prevention and treatment of falls and fractures in an outpatient setting2005
Dr Lynne Stobbart
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Julia Newton
Dr Anne Fay
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
et al.
Older people’s involvement in decision making about prevention and treatment of falls and fractures in an outpatient setting2005
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Promoting Principles In Practice: Using PBMA for health care commissioning2005
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Cam Donaldson
Dr Danny Ruta
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Promoting principles in practice: using PBMA for health care commissioning2005
Dr Angela Bate
Professor Cam Donaldson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Promoting principles in practice: using PBMA for health care commissioning in PCTs2005
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Martin Eccles
Jane Greenaway
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Randomised controlled trial of a patient decision aid in stroke prevention in patients with atrial fibrillation2005
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Meng Khaw
Tensions in public health policy: Patient engagement, evidence-based public health and health inequalities2005
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Meng Khaw
Tensions in public health policy: population and individual decision-making in public health2005
Dr Joanne Lally
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Women’s decision making about pain in labour.2005
Dr Joanne Lally
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Dr Sheila MacPhail
Women's decision making regarding pain relief in labour.2005
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Autonomy, freedom and respect in the public and patient involvement agenda2004
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Martin Eccles
Dr Ruth Graham
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
et al.
Cessation of one arm of a randomised control trial (RCT) of a complex intervention: a case study of the value of contemporary observational data2004
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Constructing the involvement of older people in policy and planning – conceptual and practical issues. Invited symposium.2004
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Carl May
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
et al.
Decision aids and doctor/patient interaction in consultations aimed at shared-decision making. Paper presented at . . York2004
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Hepatitis C in the workplace: A survey of occupational health and safety knowledge and practice in the beauty therapy industry2004
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
How research-conscious GPs make decisions about anticoagulation in patients with atrial fibrillation: a qualitative study2004
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Carl May
et al.
“Well, we’ll come back to that question”: The impact of a computerised decision-support tool on doctor-patient interaction2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Ageing and Inequalities: Tackling inequalities in older people's health in the North East of England2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Feminist ethics and menopause: Autonomy and decision-making in primary medical care2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Forms of freedom? General Practitioner accounts of women’s decision making at menopause2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
How do research conscious general practitioners make decisions about anti-coagulation in patients with atrial fibrillation: a qualitative study2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Menopause as a long-term risk to health: Implications of general practitioner accounts of prevention for women's choice and decision-making2003
Dr Tim Rapley
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Ruth Graham
et al.
Ordering Contingency: Some observations on how not to 'confound' a randomised controlled trial2003
Dr Nicola Weaver
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Perceptions of risk: a qualitative study in patients with recently diagnosed hypertension2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Patricia Cresswell
Tackling Inequalities in Older People’s Health2003
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Tensions in Public Health Policy2003
Emeritus Professor Richard Thomson
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Tensions in Public Health Policy2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
The very idea of shared decision making2003
Dr Ben Heaven
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Tim Rapley
Professor Eileen Kaner
Professor Carl May
et al.
You go and see a doctor at the surgery, not at research”: How 'patients' in an RCT understand themselves as experimental subjects2003
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
[Invited plenary paper] Changing Perspectives on Menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Ageing and Inequalities2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Collaboration and Integration in Evaluation: Successes and Challenges2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Developing Accident Prevention Strategies for Older People: The Experience of Newcastle and North Tyneside Inter-Agency working2002
Dr Katharine Foster
Madeleine Vernon
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Amanda Woodhouse
Evaluation of a schools-based nutrition initiative2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Inequalities, Ageing and Involvement2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Report of the evaluation of community action on health. Tackling inequalities: using community development to engage communities in decision-making about health2002
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Martin White
Community food initiatives in Newcastle Upon Tyne2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Does training in domestic violence change practice?.2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Meeting the challenge of evaluating multidimensional strategies for change in health promotion2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Dr Mohsen Naqvi
Newcastle Black and Ethnic Minority Area of Special Action2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Qualitative and quantitative evidence in the evaluation of complex health promotion strategies2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Report of the evaluation of the disability area of special action2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Report of the evaluation of the fuel poverty project2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Tackling health inequalities: An agenda for change?2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Professor Martin White
Tackling health inequalities: Evaluating the Newcastle Upon Tyne Health Action Zone2001
Professor Madeleine Murtagh
Student responses to student centred learning2000