Merran Toerien
Merran Toerien
Lecturer in Sociology, University of York
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Clear obstacles and hidden challenges: understanding recruiter perspectives in six pragmatic randomised controlled trials
JL Donovan, S Paramasivan, I de Salis, M Toerien
Trials 15 (1), 5, 2014
Emotional labour in action: Navigating multiple involvements in the beauty salon
M Toerien, C Kitzinger
Sociology 41 (4), 645-662, 2007
A review of reporting of participant recruitment and retention in RCTs in six major journals
M Toerien, ST Brookes, C Metcalfe, I De Salis, Z Tomlin, TJ Peters, ...
Trials 10 (1), 52, 2009
Gender and body hair: Constructing the feminine woman
M Toerien, S Wilkinson
Women's Studies International Forum 26 (4), 333-344, 2003
Body hair removal: The ‘mundane’production of normative femininity
M Toerien, S Wilkinson, PYL Choi
Sex Roles 52 (5-6), 399-406, 2005
Exploring the depilation norm: a qualitative questionnaire study of women's body hair removal
M Toerien, S Wilkinson
Qualitative Research in Psychology 1 (1), 69-92, 2004
Power through knowledge: Ignorance and the ‘real man’
M Toerien, K Durrheim
Feminism & Psychology 11 (1), 35-54, 2001
The intellectual challenges and emotional consequences of equipoise contributed to the fragility of recruitment in six randomized controlled trials
JL Donovan, I de Salis, M Toerien, S Paramasivan, FC Hamdy, ...
Journal of clinical epidemiology 67 (8), 912-920, 2014
A review identifies and classifies reasons for ordering diagnostic tests
P Whiting, M Toerien, I de Salis, JAC Sterne, P Dieppe, M Egger, T Fahey
Journal of clinical epidemiology 60 (10), 981-989, 2007
Qualitative research to improve RCT recruitment: issues arising in establishing research collaborations
I de Salis, Z Tomlin, M Toerien, J Donovan
Contemporary clinical trials 29 (5), 663-670, 2008
Initiating decision‐making in neurology consultations:‘recommending’versus ‘option‐listing’and the implications for medical authority
M Toerien, R Shaw, M Reuber
Sociology of health & illness 35 (6), 873-890, 2013
Using qualitative research methods to improve recruitment to randomized controlled trials: the Quartet study
I de Salis, Z Tomlin, M Toerien, J Donovan
Journal of health services research & policy 13 (3_suppl), 92-96, 2008
Offering patients choices: A pilot study of interactions in the seizure clinic
M Toerien, R Shaw, R Duncan, M Reuber
Epilepsy & Behavior 20 (2), 312-320, 2011
Putting personalisation into practice: work-focused interviews in Jobcentre Plus
M Toerien, R Sainsbury, P Drew, A Irvine
Journal of Social Policy 42 (2), 309-327, 2013
Treatment recommendations as actions
T Stivers, J Heritage, RK Barnes, R McCabe, L Thompson, M Toerien
Health Communication 33 (11), 1335-1344, 2018
A study of language and communication between advisers and claimants in Work Focused Interviews
P Drew, M Toerien, A Irvine, R Sainsbury
HMSO, 2010
II. emotional labour in the beauty salon: Turn design of task-directed talk
M Toerien, C Kitzinger
Feminism & Psychology 17 (2), 162-172, 2007
Delivering patient choice in clinical practice: a conversation analytic study of communication practices used in neurology clinics to involve patients in decision-making
M Reuber, M Toerien, R Shaw, R Duncan
NIHR Journals Library, 2015
Patient advocacy and patient centredness in participant recruitment to randomized‐controlled trials: implications for informed consent
Z Tomlin, I deSalis, M Toerien, JL Donovan
Health Expectations 17 (5), 670-682, 2014
Referring to persons without using a full-form reference: Locally initial indexicals in action
C Kitzinger, R Shaw, M Toerien
Research on Language & Social Interaction 45 (2), 116-136, 2012
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