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David Armstrong
David Armstrong
Professor of Medicine and Sociology, King's College London
Verified email at kcl.ac.uk
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The rise of surveillance medicine
D Armstrong
Sociology of health & illness 17 (3), 393-404, 1995
18461995
Political anatomy of the body: Medical knowledge in Britain in the twentieth century
D Armstrong
(No Title), 1983
16421983
The place of inter-rater reliability in qualitative research: An empirical study
D Armstrong, A Gosling, J Weinman, T Marteau
Sociology 31 (3), 597-606, 1997
14411997
An implementation research agenda
MP Eccles, D Armstrong, R Baker, K Cleary, H Davies, S Davies, ...
Implementation Science 4 (1), 1-7, 2009
5772009
The patient's view
D Armstrong
Social science & medicine 18 (9), 737-744, 1984
4601984
Clinical autonomy, individual and collective: the problem of changing doctors’ behaviour
D Armstrong
Social science & medicine 55 (10), 1771-1777, 2002
4112002
Public health spaces and the fabrication of identity
D Armstrong
Sociology 27 (3), 393-410, 1993
3351993
Effect of a general practitioner's consulting style on patients' satisfaction: a controlled study.
R Savage, D Armstrong
British medical journal 301 (6758), 968-970, 1990
3111990
A study of general practitioners' reasons for changing their prescribing behaviour
D Armstrong, H Reyburn, R Jones
Bmj 312 (7036), 949-952, 1996
2771996
Theoretical tensions in biopsychosocial medicine
D Armstrong
Social Science & Medicine 25 (11), 1213-1218, 1987
2521987
Silence and truth in death and dying
D Armstrong
Social Science & Medicine 24 (8), 651-657, 1987
2471987
A new history of identity
D Armstrong
Springer, 2002
2292002
An outline of sociology as applied to medicine
DL Armstrong
Elsevier, 2015
2272015
Implementing evidence based medicine in general practice: audit and qualitative study of antithrombotic treatment for atrial fibrillation
A Howitt, D Armstrong
Bmj 318 (7194), 1324-1327, 1999
2171999
The invention of infant mortality
D Armstrong
Sociology of Health & Illness 8 (3), 211-232, 1986
2051986
DELTA2 guidance on choosing the target difference and undertaking and reporting the sample size calculation for a randomised controlled trial
JA Cook, SA Julious, W Sones, LV Hampson, C Hewitt, JA Berlin, ...
bmj 363, 2018
2022018
Bodies of knowledge/knowledge of bodies
D Armstrong
Reassessing Foucault, 17-27, 2002
1882002
The fabrication of nurse-patient relationships
D Armstrong
Social Science & Medicine 17 (8), 457-460, 1983
1771983
Actors, patients and agency: a recent history
D Armstrong
From Health Behaviours to Health Practices, 7-18, 2014
1642014
Investigation of burnout in a sample of British general practitioners.
M Kirwan, D Armstrong
British Journal of General Practice 45 (394), 259-260, 1995
1571995
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