Katherine Checkland
Katherine Checkland
Professor of Health Policy and Primary Care, University of Manchester
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An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
Impact of financial incentives on clinical autonomy and internal motivation in primary care: ethnographic study
R McDonald, S Harrison, K Checkland, SM Campbell, M Roland
Bmj 334 (7608), 1357, 2007
Which features of primary care affect unscheduled secondary care use? A systematic review
A Huntley, D Lasserson, L Wye, R Morris, K Checkland, H England, ...
BMJ open 4 (5), e004746, 2014
Biomedicine, holism and general medical practice: responses to the 2004 General Practitioner contract
K Checkland, S Harrison, R McDonald, S Grant, S Campbell, B Guthrie
Sociology of health & illness 30 (5), 788-803, 2008
Effectiveness of case management for'at risk'patients in primary care: a systematic review and meta-analysis
J Stokes, M Panagioti, R Alam, K Checkland, S Cheraghi-Sohi, P Bower
PloS one 10 (7), e0132340, 2015
Is the metaphor of'barriers to change'useful in understanding implementation? Evidence from general medical practice
K Checkland, S Harrison, M Marshall
Journal of health services research & policy 12 (2), 95-100, 2007
National Service Frameworks and UK general practitioners: street‐level bureaucrats at work?
K Checkland
Sociology of health & illness 26 (7), 951-975, 2004
Re-thinking accountability: trust versus confidence in medical practice
K Checkland, M Marshall, S Harrison
BMJ Quality & Safety 13 (2), 130-135, 2004
Associations between extending access to primary care and emergency department visits: a difference-in-differences analysis
W Whittaker, L Anselmi, SR Kristensen, YS Lau, S Bailey, P Bower, ...
PLoS medicine 13 (9), e1002113, 2016
Ticking boxes and changing the social world: data collection and the new UK general practice contract
K Checkland, R McDonald, S Harrison
Social Policy & Administration 41 (7), 693-710, 2007
The impact of pay‐for‐performance on professional boundaries in UK general practice: an ethnographic study
S Grant, G Huby, F Watkins, K Checkland, R McDonald, H Davies, ...
Sociology of health & illness 31 (2), 229-245, 2009
Accountable to whom, for what? An exploration of the early development of Clinical Commissioning Groups in the English NHS
K Checkland, P Allen, A Coleman, J Segar, I McDermott, S Harrison, ...
BMJ open 3 (12), e003769, 2013
Local histories and local sensemaking: a case of policy implementation in the English National Health Service
A Coleman, K Checkland, S Harrison, U Hiroeh
Policy & Politics 38 (2), 289-306, 2010
Why do patients seek primary medical care in emergency departments? An ethnographic exploration of access to general practice
F MacKichan, E Brangan, L Wye, K Checkland, D Lasserson, A Huntley, ...
BMJ open 7 (4), e013816, 2017
Rethinking collegiality: restratification in English general medical practice 2004–2008
R McDonald, K Checkland, S Harrison, A Coleman
Social science & medicine 68 (7), 1199-1205, 2009
Eighth national GP worklife survey
J Gibson, K Checkland, A Coleman, M Hann, R McCall, S Spooner, ...
Policy Research Unit in Commissioning and the Healthcare System Manchester …, 2015
Commissioning in the English National Health Service: what's the problem?
K Checkland, S Harrison, S Snow, I Mcdermott, A Coleman
Journal of Social Policy 41 (3), 533-550, 2012
Identity, contract and enterprise in a primary care setting: an English general practice case study
R McDonald, S Harrison, K Checkland
Organization 15 (3), 355-370, 2008
The impact of the Quality and Outcomes Framework on practice organisation and service delivery: summary of evidence from two qualitative studies.
K Checkland, S Harrison
Quality in primary care 18 (2), 139-146, 2010
Incentives and control in primary health care: findings from English pay‐for‐performance case studies
R McDonald, S Harrison, K Checkland
Journal of Health Organization and Management, 2008
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