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Judith Green
Judith Green
Professor of Sociology, Wellcome Centre for Cultures & Environments of Health, University of Exeter
Verified email at exeter.ac.uk
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Qualitative methods for health research
J Green, N Thorogood
Qualitative methods for health research, 1-440, 2018
94842018
A guide to using qualitative research methodology
N Bricki, J Green
MSF, 2007
8002007
Qualitative research and evidence based medicine
J Green, N Britten
Bmj 316 (7139), 1230-1232, 1998
7631998
What are the health benefits of active travel? A systematic review of trials and cohort studies
LE Saunders, JM Green, MP Petticrew, R Steinbach, H Roberts
PloS one 8 (8), e69912, 2013
4342013
Age, gender, socioeconomic, and ethnic differences in patients' assessments of primary health care
JL Campbell, J Ramsay, J Green
BMJ Quality & Safety 10 (2), 90-95, 2001
4222001
Cycling and the city: A case study of how gendered, ethnic and class identities can shape healthy transport choices
R Steinbach, J Green, J Datta, P Edwards
Social science & medicine 72 (7), 1123-1130, 2011
4052011
Short cuts to safety: risk and'rules of thumb'in accounts of food choice
J Green, A Draper, E Dowler
Health, risk & society 5 (1), 33-52, 2003
3492003
Risk and misfortune: The social construction of accidents
J Green
Routledge, 2020
3222020
Effect of 20 mph traffic speed zones on road injuries in London, 1986-2006: controlled interrupted time series analysis
C Grundy, R Steinbach, P Edwards, J Green, B Armstrong, P Wilkinson
Bmj 339, 2009
3062009
The impact of context on data
J Green, L Hart
Developing focus group research: Politics, theory and practice, 21-35, 1999
2721999
Deaths from injury in children and employment status in family: analysis of trends in class specific death rates
P Edwards, I Roberts, J Green, S Lutchmun
Bmj 333 (7559), 119, 2006
2672006
Analysing qualitative data
J Green, N Thorogood
Principles of social research, 75-89, 2005
2592005
The General Practice Assessment Survey (GPAS): tests of data quality and measurement properties
J Ramsay, JL Campbell, S Schroter, J Green, M Roland
Family Practice 17 (5), 372-379, 2000
2462000
Primary care in the accident and emergency department: I. Prospective identification of patients
J Dale, J Green, F Reid, E Glucksman
Bmj 311 (7002), 423-426, 1995
2411995
Cost effectiveness of treating primary care patients in accident and emergency: a comparison between general practitioners, senior house officers, and registrars
J Dale, H Lang, JA Roberts, J Green, E Glucksman
Bmj 312 (7042), 1340-1344, 1996
2161996
The effect of reduced street lighting on road casualties and crime in England and Wales: controlled interrupted time series analysis
R Steinbach, C Perkins, L Tompson, S Johnson, B Armstrong, J Green, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 69 (11), 1118-1124, 2015
2142015
Using joint interviews to add analytic value
L Polak, J Green
Qualitative health research 26 (12), 1638-1648, 2016
2122016
Understanding resolution of deliberate self harm: qualitative interview study of patients' experiences
J Sinclair, J Green
bmj 330 (7500), 1112, 2005
2092005
Commentary: grounded theory and the constant comparative method
JG Rodriguez
British Medical Journal 316 (7137), 1064-1066, 1998
2061998
The role of bicycle sharing systems in normalising the image of cycling: An observational study of London cyclists
A Goodman, J Green, J Woodcock
Journal of transport & health 1 (1), 5-8, 2014
1912014
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