Pam Carter
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Republished: How to study improvement interventions: a brief overview of possible study types
MC Portela, PJ Pronovost, T Woodcock, P Carter, M Dixon-Woods
Postgraduate Medical Journal 91 (1076), 343-354, 2015
The social licence for research: why care. data ran into trouble
P Carter, GT Laurie, M Dixon-Woods
Journal of medical ethics 41 (5), 404-409, 2015
Policy as palimpsest
P Carter
Policy & Politics 40 (3), 423-443, 2012
How collaborative are quality improvement collaboratives: a qualitative study in stroke care
P Carter, P Ozieranski, S McNicol, M Power, M Dixon-Woods
Implementation Science 9 (1), 1-11, 2014
Patient and public involvement in primary care research-an example of ensuring its sustainability
C Jinks, P Carter, C Rhodes, R Taylor, R Beech, K Dziedzic, S Blackburn, ...
Research involvement and engagement 2 (1), 1-12, 2016
Major health service transformation and the public voice: conflict, challenge or complicity?
GP Martin, P Carter, M Dent
Journal of health services research & policy 23 (1), 28-35, 2018
Sustaining patient and public involvement in research: a case study of a research centre
C Jinks, P Carter, C Rhodes, R Beech, K Dziedzic, R Hughes, ...
Journal of care services management 7 (4), 146-154, 2013
Mobilising the experiential knowledge of clinicians, patients and carers for applied health-care research
P Carter, R Beech, D Coxon, MJ Thomas, C Jinks
Contemporary Social Science 8 (3), 307-320, 2013
Challenges facing Healthwatch, a new consumer champion in England
P Carter, G Martin
International journal of health policy and management 5 (4), 259, 2016
Engagement of patients and the public in NHS sustainability and transformation: an ethnographic study
P Carter, G Martin
Critical Social Policy 38 (4), 707-727, 2018
Governing spaces: a multi-sited ethnography of governing welfare reform at close range and at a distance
P Carter
Critical Policy Studies 12 (1), 3-23, 2018
Public priorities for joint pain research: results from a general population survey
VY Strauss, P Carter, BN Ong, J Bedson, KP Jordan, C Jinks, ...
Rheumatology 51 (11), 2075-2082, 2012
Governing welfare reform symbolically: evidence based or iconic policy?
P Carter
Critical Policy Studies 5 (3), 247-263, 2011
Patient and public involvement in the new NHS: choice, voice, and the pursuit of legitimacy
GP Martin, P Carter
Decentring Health Policy; Bevir, M., Waring, J., Eds, 121-139, 2017
Conflicting logics of public relations in the English NHS: a qualitative study of communications and engagement
P Carter, M Dent, G Martin
Sociological Research Online 24 (3), 376-393, 2019
Time tactics: Project managing policy implementation in a network
P Carter
Time & Society 28 (2), 721-742, 2019
Ethics in theory and pseudo-ethics in practice
P Carter, S Chew, E Sutton
The Palgrave handbook of ethics in critical research, 29-45, 2018
Spinal injury
M Davies, P Carter, L Drake
BMJ 346, 2013
How welfare reform does and does not happen: a qualitative study of local implementation of childcare policy
PJ Carter
University of Leicester, 2009
A multi-sited ethnography of policy implementation and governance
P Carter
Sage Publications Ltd, 2019
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