Naomi Fulop
Naomi Fulop
Professor of Health Care Organisation and Management, University College London
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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Systematic review of involving patients in the planning and development of health care
MJ Crawford, D Rutter, C Manley, T Weaver, K Bhui, N Fulop, P Tyrer
Bmj 325 (7375), 1263, 2002
10482002
An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
2452016
Patients or partners? Case studies of user involvement in the planning and delivery of adult mental health services in London
D Rutter, C Manley, T Weaver, MJ Crawford, N Fulop
Social science & medicine 58 (10), 1973-1984, 2004
2232004
Challenges to implementing the national programme for information technology (NPfIT): a qualitative study
J Hendy, BC Reeves, N Fulop, A Hutchings, C Masseria
Bmj 331 (7512), 331-336, 2005
2172005
Process and impact of mergers of NHS trusts: multicentre case study and management cost analysis
N Fulop, G Protopsaltis, A Hutchings, A King, P Allen, C Normand, ...
Bmj 325 (7358), 246, 2002
2162002
Impact of centralising acute stroke services in English metropolitan areas on mortality and length of hospital stay: difference-in-differences analysis
S Morris, RM Hunter, AIG Ramsay, R Boaden, C McKevitt, C Perry, ...
Bmj 349, g4757, 2014
2082014
On being a good listener: setting priorities for applied health services research
J Lomas, N Fulop, D Gagnon, P Allen
The milbank quarterly 81 (3), 363-388, 2003
1942003
User involvement in the planning and delivery of mental health services: a cross‐sectional survey of service users and providers
MJ Crawford, T Aldridge, K Bhui, D Rutter, C Manley, T Weaver, P Tyrer, ...
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 107 (6), 410-414, 2003
1882003
Studying the organisation and delivery of health services: research methods
N Fulop
Psychology Press, 2001
1842001
Changing organisations: a study of the context and processes of mergers of health care providers in England
N Fulop, G Protopsaltis, A King, P Allen, A Hutchings, C Normand
Social science & medicine 60 (1), 119-130, 2005
1782005
To what extent are women free to choose where to give birth? How discourses of risk, blame and responsibility influence birth place decisions
K Coxon, J Sandall, NJ Fulop
Health, Risk & Society 16 (1), 51-67, 2014
1582014
Moving improvement research closer to practice: the Researcher-in-Residence model
M Marshall, C Pagel, C French, M Utley, D Allwood, N Fulop, C Pope, ...
BMJ quality & safety 23 (10), 801-805, 2014
1152014
Investigating the use of patient involvement and patient experience in quality improvement in Norway: rhetoric or reality?
S Wiig, M Storm, K Aase, MT Gjestsen, M Solheim, S Harthug, G Robert, ...
BMC health services research 13 (1), 206, 2013
1142013
Better out than in? Alternatives to acute hospital care
M Hensher, N Fulop, J Coast, E Jefferys
Bmj 319 (7217), 1127-1130, 1999
1061999
Implementing the NHS information technology programme: qualitative study of progress in acute trusts
J Hendy, N Fulop, BC Reeves, A Hutchings, S Collin
bmj 334 (7608), 1360, 2007
1002007
The role of embedded research in quality improvement: a narrative review
C Vindrola-Padros, T Pape, M Utley, NJ Fulop
BMJ quality & safety 26 (1), 70-80, 2017
992017
Building integrated care: lessons from the UK and elsewhere
N Fulop, A Mowlem, N Edwards
London: The NHS Confederation, 2005
902005
Mortality and morbidity meetings: an untapped resource for improving the governance of patient safety?
J Higginson, R Walters, N Fulop
BMJ quality & safety 21 (7), 576-585, 2012
852012
Issues in studying the organisation and delivery of
N Fulop, P Allen, A Clarke
Studying the organisation and delivery of health services: research methods, 1, 2001
852001
Changing life expectancy in central Europe: is there a single reason?
L Chenet, M McKee, N Fulop, F Bojan, H Brand, A Hort, P Kalbarczyk
Journal of Public Health 18 (3), 329-336, 1996
831996
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