Items by Fox, Fiona
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Doran, N., Fox, F., Rodham, K., Taylor, G. and Harris, M., 2016. "Lost to the NHS" - Why GPs leave practice early:a mixed methods study. British Journal of General Practice, 66 (643), e128-e134.
Doran, N., Fox, F., Taylor, G. and Harris, M., 2015. Early GP Leavers Interim Report:Report to HEE & NHS England dated 4th May 2014. University of Bath.
Rodham, K., Fox, F. and Doran, N., 2015. Exploring analytical trustworthiness and the process of reaching consensus in interpretative phenomenological analysis:lost in transcription. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 18 (1), pp. 59-71.
Doran, N., Fox, F., Rodham, K., Taylor, G. and Harris, M., 2014. Qualitative study exploring the reasons why GP's leave practice early in their careers and the barriers to their return. University of Bath.
Malthouse, R. and Fox, F., 2014. Exploring experiences of physical activity among people with Alzheimer's disease and their spouse carers:A qualitative study. Physiotherapy, 100 (2), pp. 169-175.
Bullock, A., Fox, F., Barnes, R., Doran, N., Hardyman, W., Moss, D. and Stacey, M., 2013. Transitions in medicine:Trainee doctor stress and support mechanisms. Journal of Workplace Learning, 25 (6), pp. 368-382.
Fox, F. E., Doran, N. J., Rodham, K. J., Taylor, G. J., Harris, M. F. and O'Connor, M., 2011. Junior doctors' experiences of personal illness: a qualitative study. Medical Education, 45 (12), pp. 1251-1261.
Fox, F. E., Morris, M. and Rumsey, N., 2010. How do young people use disclosure in real-time and non-real-time online groups? International Journal of Web Based Communities, 6 (4), pp. 337-348.
Fox, F. E., Taylor, G. J., Harris, M. F., Rodham, K. J., Sutton, J., Scott, J. and Robinson, B., 2010. "It's crucial they're treated as patients": ethical guidance and empirical evidence regarding treating doctor-patients. Journal of Medical Ethics, 36 (1), pp. 7-11.
Fox, F. E., Rodham, K. J., Harris, M. F., Taylor, G. J., Sutton, J., Scott, J. and Robinson, B., 2009. Experiencing "the other side": a study of empathy and empowerment in general practitioners who have been patients. Qualitative Health Research, 19 (11), pp. 1580-1588.
Fox, F., Harris, M., Taylor, G. J., Rodham, K., Sutton, J., Robinson, B. and Scott, J., 2009. What happens when doctors are patients? qualitative study of GPs. British Journal of General Practice, 59 (568), pp. 811-818.
Fox, F. E., Morris, M. and Rumsey, N., 2007. Doing synchronous online focus groups with young people: methodological reflections. Qualitative Health Research, 17 (4), pp. 539-547.
Fox, F. E., Rumsey, N. and Morris, M., 2007. “Ur skin is the thing that everyone sees and you cant change it!”: Exploring the appearance-related concerns of young people with psoriasis. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 10 (2), pp. 133-141.