Trisha Greenhalgh
Trisha Greenhalgh
Professor of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford
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Diffusion of innovations in service organizations: systematic review and recommendations
T Greenhalgh, G Robert, F Macfarlane, P Bate, O Kyriakidou
The Milbank Quarterly 82 (4), 581-629, 2004
How to read a paper
T Greenhalgh
BMJ books, 2001
Users' guides to the medical literature: a manual for evidence-based clinical practice
G Guyatt, D Rennie, M Meade, D Cook
AMA press, 2002
The challenge of complexity in health care
PE Plsek, T Greenhalgh
Bmj 323 (7313), 625-628, 2001
Realist review-a new method of systematic review designed for complex policy interventions
R Pawson, T Greenhalgh, G Harvey, K Walshe
Journal of health services research & policy 10 (1_suppl), 21-34, 2005
Why study narrative?
T Greenhaigh, B Hurwitz, T Greenhaigh, B Hurwitz
Western Journal of Medicine 170 (6), 367, 1999
Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis?
T Greenhalgh, J Howick, N Maskrey
Bmj 348, 2014
Effectiveness and efficiency of search methods in systematic reviews of complex evidence: audit of primary sources
T Greenhalgh, R Peacock
Bmj 331 (7524), 1064-1065, 2005
Administering, analysing, and reporting your questionnaire
PM Boynton
BMJ 328 (7452), 1372-1375, 2004
Coping with complexity: educating for capability
SW Fraser, T Greenhalgh
Bmj 323 (7316), 799-803, 2001
Diffusion of innovation in health service organizations: a systematic review of the literature
T Greenhalgh, G Robert, P Bate, F MacFarlane, O Kyriakidou
Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing-BMJ Books, 2005
Diffusion of innovations in health service organisations
Trisha. Greenhalgh
Blackwell, 0
RAMESES publication standards: realist syntheses
G Wong, T Greenhalgh, G Westhorp, J Buckingham, R Pawson
BMC medicine 11 (1), 21, 2013
Complexity, leadership, and management in healthcare organisations
PE Plsek, T Wilson
Bmj 323 (7315), 746-749, 2001
Narrative based medicine: dialogue and discourse in clinical practice
B Hurwitz, T Greenhalgh
BMJ, 1998
Narrative based medicine
T Greenhalgh, A Collard, N Begum
Practical Diabetes International 22 (4), 125-129, 2005
Explanation of the 2011 Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (OCEBM) Levels of Evidence (Background Document)
J Howick, I Chalmers, P Glasziou, T Greenhalgh, C Heneghan, A Liberati, ...
Oxford Center for Evidence-Based Medicine. Available at: http://www. cebm …, 2011
Framework for teaching and learning informed shared decision makingCommentary: Competencies for informed shared decision makingCommentary: Proposals based on too many assumptions
A Towle, T Greenhalgh, J Gambrill, W Godolphin
Bmj 319 (7212), 766-771, 1999
Storylines of research: a meta-narrative perspective on systematic review
T Greenhalgh, G Robert, F Macfarlane, P Bate, O Kyriakidou, R Peacock
Social Science and Medicine, 2005
Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice
J Jagosh, AC Macaulay, P Pluye, J Salsberg, PL Bush, J Henderson, ...
Milbank Quarterly 90 (2), 311-346, 2012
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