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Dr Nicola Hall
Dr Gregory Maniatopoulos
Professor Vinidh Paleri
Dr Scott Wilkes
Factors shaping the implementation and use of Clinical Cancer Decision Tools by GPs in primary care: A qualitative framework synthesis2021
Professor Sarah O'Brien
Dr Nicola Hall
Increasing prevalence of a fluoroquinolone resistance mutation amongst Campylobacter jejuni isolates from four human infectious intestinal disease studies in the United Kingdom2020
Dr Nicola Hall
Dr Scott Wilkes
Internet-based pharmacy and centralised dispensing: an exploratory mixed-methods study of the views of family practice staff2020
Dr Nicola Hall
Prescribing error reporting in primary care: a narrative synthesis systematic review2020
Dr Nicola Hall
Extending alcohol brief advice into non-clinical community settings: A qualitative study of experiences and perceptions of delivery staff2019
Dr Nicola Hall
Dr Scott Wilkes
A qualitative synthesis of pharmacist, other health professional and lay perspectives on the role of community pharmacy in facilitating care for people with long-term conditions2018
Dr Nicola Hall
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
The researchers' role in knowledge translation: a realist evaluation of the development and implementation of diagnostic pathways for cancer in two United Kingdom localities2017
Dr Nicola Hall
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Understanding symptom appraisal and help-seeking in people with symptoms suggestive of pancreatic cancer: A qualitative study2017
Dr Nicola Hall
Professor Colin Rees
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Concerns, perceived need and competing priorities: a qualitative exploration of decision-making and non-participation in a population-based flexible sigmoidoscopy screening programme to prevent colorectal cancer2016
Dr Nicola Hall
Dr Christina Dobson
Emeritus Professor Greg Rubin
Symptoms and patient factors associated with longer time to diagnosis for colorectal cancer: Results from a prospective cohort study2016
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