Alicia O'Cathain
Alicia O'Cathain
Professor of Health Services Research, University of Sheffield
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Validating the SF-36 health survey questionnaire: new outcome measure for primary care.
JE Brazier, R Harper, NM Jones, A O'cathain, KJ Thomas, T Usherwood, ...
British medical journal 305 (6846), 160-164, 1992
Process evaluation of complex interventions: Medical Research Council guidance
GF Moore, S Audrey, M Barker, L Bond, C Bonell, W Hardeman, L Moore, ...
bmj 350, 2015
Three techniques for integrating data in mixed methods studies
A O’Cathain, E Murphy, J Nicholl
Bmj 341, 2010
CONSORT 2010 statement: extension to randomised pilot and feasibility trials
SM Eldridge, CL Chan, MJ Campbell, CM Bond, S Hopewell, L Thabane, ...
bmj 355, i5239, 2016
Proposal: A mixed methods appraisal tool for systematic mixed studies reviews
P Pluye, E Robert, M Cargo, G Bartlett, A O’cathain, F Griffiths, ...
Montréal: McGill University 2, 1-8, 2011
The quality of mixed methods studies in health services research
A O'cathain, E Murphy, J Nicholl
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 13 (2), 92-98, 2008
Why, and how, mixed methods research is undertaken in health services research in England: a mixed methods study
A O'Cathain, E Murphy, J Nicholl
BMC health services research 7 (1), 85, 2007
" Any other comments?" Open questions on questionnaires–a bane or a bonus to research?
A O'Cathain, KJ Thomas
BMC medical research methodology 4 (1), 1-7, 2004
Rethinking pragmatic randomised controlled trials: introducing the “cohort multiple randomised controlled trial” design
C Relton, D Torgerson, A O’Cathain, J Nicholl
Bmj 340, c1066, 2010
Integration and publications as indicators of" yield" from mixed methods studies
A O'Cathain, E Murphy, J Nicholl
Journal of mixed methods research 1 (2), 147-163, 2007
Impact of NHS Direct on demand for immediate care: observational study
J Munro, J Nicholl, A O'Cathain, E Knowles
Bmj 321 (7254), 150-153, 2000
Assessing the quality of mixed methods research: Toward a comprehensive framework
A O’Cathain
Handbook of mixed methods in social and behavioral research 531, 555, 2010
What can qualitative research do for randomised controlled trials? A systematic mapping review
A O'Cathain, KJ Thomas, SJ Drabble, A Rudolph, J Hewison
BMJ open 3 (6), 2013
Process evaluation in complex public health intervention studies: the need for guidance
G Moore, S Audrey, M Barker, L Bond, C Bonell, C Cooper, W Hardeman, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 68 (2), 101-102, 2014
Mixed methods appraisal tool (MMAT), version 2018
QN Hong, P Pluye, S Fàbregues, G Bartlett, F Boardman, M Cargo, ...
Registration of copyright 1148552, 2018
The continuum of patient satisfaction—from satisfied to very satisfied
K Collins, A O’Cathain
Social science & medicine 57 (12), 2465-2470, 2003
Quality of life of people with mental health problems: a synthesis of qualitative research
J Connell, J Brazier, A O’Cathain, M Lloyd-Jones, S Paisley
Health and quality of life outcomes 10 (1), 138, 2012
Maximising the impact of qualitative research in feasibility studies for randomised controlled trials: guidance for researchers
A O’Cathain, P Hoddinott, S Lewin, KJ Thomas, B Young, J Adamson, ...
Pilot and feasibility studies 1 (1), 32, 2015
Mixed methods research in the health sciences: A quiet revolution
A O'Cathain
Journal of Mixed Methods Research 3 (1), 3-6, 2009
Use of evidence based leaflets to promote informed choice in maternity care: randomised controlled trial in everyday practice
A O'cathain, SJ Walters, JP Nicholl, KJ Thomas, M Kirkham
Bmj 324 (7338), 643, 2002
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