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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.