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Items by Riley, Ruth

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Articles

Curtis, P., Taylor, G., Riley, R., Pelly, T. and Harris, M., 2017. Written reflection in assessment and appraisal:GP and GP trainee views. Education for Primary Care, 28 (3), pp. 141-149. Item availability may be restricted.

Weiss, M., Platt, J., Riley, R. and Horrocks, S., 2016. GPs, Nurses and Pharmacists as Prescribers in Primary Care: An Exploration using the Social Identity Approach. International Journal of Health Professions, 3 (2), pp. 153-164.

Riley, R., Coghill, N., Montgomery, A., Feder, G. and Horwood, J., 2016. Experiences of patients and healthcare professionals of NHS cardiovascular health checks:a qualitative study. Journal of Public Health, 38 (3), pp. 1-9.

Riley, R., Coghill, N., Montgomery, A., Feder, G. S. and Horwood, J., 2015. The provision of NHS health checks in a community setting:an ethnographic account. BMC Health Services Research, 15, p. 546.

Conference or Workshop Items

Riley, R., Coghill, N., Montgomery, A., Feder, G. and Horwood, J., 2014. An Ethnographic Account of the Benefits and Challenges of Providing NHS Health Checks at Community Outreach Events. In: Society for Academic Primary Care: Meeting Global Challenges, 2014-07-09 - 2014-07-11, University of Edinburgh.

Thesis

Riley, R., 2014. How do GPs, Nurse and Pharmacist Prescribers Manage Patients’ Emotional Cues and Concerns in Healthcare Encounters? Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). Pharmacy & Pharmacology; University of Bath.

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