|PICO, PICOS and SPIDER: a comparison study of specificity and sensitivity in three search tools for qualitative systematic reviews|
AM Methley, S Campbell, C Chew-Graham, R McNally, S Cheraghi-Sohi
BMC health services research 14 (1), 579, 2014
|What patients want from primary care consultations: a discrete choice experiment to identify patients’ priorities|
S Cheraghi-Sohi, AR Hole, N Mead, R McDonald, D Whalley, P Bower, ...
The Annals of Family Medicine 6 (2), 107-115, 2008
|Effectiveness of case management for'at risk'patients in primary care: a systematic review and meta-analysis|
J Stokes, M Panagioti, R Alam, K Checkland, S Cheraghi-Sohi, P Bower
PloS one 10 (7), e0132340, 2015
|Professional status in a changing world: the case of medicines use reviews in English community pharmacy|
R McDonald, S Cheraghi-Sohi, C Sanders, D Ashcroft
Social science & medicine 71 (3), 451-458, 2010
|Can the feedback of patient assessments, brief training, or their combination, improve the interpersonal skills of primary care physicians? A systematic review|
S Cheraghi-Sohi, P Bower
BMC health services research 8 (1), 179, 2008
|What are the key attributes of primary care for patients? Building a conceptual ‘map’of patient preferences|
S Cheraghi‐Sohi, P Bower, N Mead, R McDonald, D Whalley, M Roland
Health Expectations 9 (3), 275-284, 2006
|Governing the ethical consumer: identity, choice and the primary care medical encounter|
R McDonald, N Mead, S Cheraghi‐Sohi, P Bower, D Whalley, M Roland
Sociology of health & illness 29 (3), 430-456, 2007
|Multimorbidity and patient safety incidents in primary care: a systematic review and meta-analysis|
M Panagioti, J Stokes, A Esmail, P Coventry, S Cheraghi-Sohi, R Alam, ...
PLoS One 10 (8), e0135947, 2015
|Behaviour change and social blinkers? The role of sociology in trials of self‐management behaviour in chronic conditions|
BN Ong, A Rogers, A Kennedy, P Bower, T Sanders, A Morden, ...
Sociology of health & illness 36 (2), 226-238, 2014
|Managing diagnostic uncertainty in primary care: a systematic critical review|
R Alam, S Cheraghi-Sohi, M Panagioti, A Esmail, S Campbell, ...
BMC family practice 18 (1), 79, 2017
|Blame the patient, blame the doctor or blame the system? A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies of patient safety in primary care|
G Daker-White, R Hays, J McSharry, S Giles, S Cheraghi-Sohi, P Rhodes, ...
PloS one 10 (8), e0128329, 2015
|The impact of incentives on the behaviour and performance of primary care professionals|
R McDonald, S Cheraghi-Sohi, M Tickle, M Roland, T Doran, S Campbell, ...
Queen's Printer and Controller of HMSO, 2010
|The effectiveness of electronic differential diagnoses (DDX) generators: a systematic review and meta-analysis|
N Riches, M Panagioti, R Alam, S Cheraghi-Sohi, S Campbell, A Esmail, ...
PloS one 11 (3), e0148991, 2016
|Competing and coexisting logics in the changing field of English general medical practice|
R McDonald, S Cheraghi-Sohi, S Bayes, R Morriss, J Kai
Social Science & Medicine 93, 47-54, 2013
|Making sense of patient priorities: applying discrete choice methods in primary care using ‘think aloud’technique|
S Cheraghi-Sohi, P Bower, N Mead, R McDonald, D Whalley, M Roland
Family practice 24 (3), 276-282, 2007
|Experiences of UK health‐care services for people with M ultiple S clerosis: a systematic narrative review|
AM Methley, C Chew‐Graham, S Campbell, S Cheraghi‐Sohi
Health Expectations 18 (6), 1844-1855, 2015
|Patient priorities in osteoarthritis and comorbid conditions: a secondary analysis of qualitative data|
S Cheraghi‐Sohi, P Bower, A Kennedy, A Morden, A Rogers, ...
Arthritis Care & Research 65 (6), 920-927, 2013
|Social status and living with a chronic illness: an exploration of assessment and meaning attributed to work and employment|
I Vassilev, A Rogers, C Sanders, S Cheraghi-Sohi, C Blickem, H Brooks, ...
Chronic illness 10 (4), 273-290, 2014
|Discretion or discretions? Delineating professional discretion: The case of English medical practice|
S Cheraghi-Sohi, M Calnan
Social Science & Medicine 96, 52-59, 2013
|A qualitative study of patient and professional perspectives of healthcare services for multiple sclerosis: implications for service development and policy|
AM Methley, CA Chew‐Graham, S Cheraghi‐Sohi, SM Campbell
Health & social care in the community 25 (3), 848-857, 2017