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Sue Ziebland
Sue Ziebland
Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Oxford
Verified email at phc.ox.ac.uk
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Qualitative research in health care: Analysing qualitative data
C Pope, S Ziebland, N Mays
BMJ: British Medical Journal 320 (7227), 114, 2000
75682000
Analysing qualitative data
C Pope, S Ziebland, N Mays
Bmj 320 (7227), 114-116, 2000
31282000
Stigma, shame, and blame experienced by patients with lung cancer: qualitative study
A Chapple, S Ziebland, A McPherson
Bmj 328 (7454), 1470, 2004
9352004
Making sense of qualitative data analysis: an introduction with illustrations from DIPEx (personal experiences of health and illness)
S Ziebland, A McPherson
Medical education 40 (5), 405-414, 2006
6462006
How the internet affects patients' experience of cancer: a qualitative study
S Ziebland, A Chapple, C Dumelow, J Evans, S Prinjha, L Rozmovits
Bmj 328 (7439), 564, 2004
6282004
Effects of fruit and vegetable consumption on plasma antioxidant concentrations and blood pressure: a randomised controlled trial
JH John, S Ziebland, P Yudkin, LS Roe, HAW Neil
The lancet 359 (9322), 1969-1974, 2002
6012002
Health and illness in a connected world: how might sharing experiences on the internet affect people's health?
SUE Ziebland, S Wyke
The Milbank Quarterly 90 (2), 219-249, 2012
5972012
Men's accounts of depression: reconstructing or resisting hegemonic masculinity?
C Emslie, D Ridge, S Ziebland, K Hunt
Social science & medicine 62 (9), 2246-2257, 2006
5672006
Gender, cancer experience and internet use: a comparative keyword analysis of interviews and online cancer support groups
C Seale, S Ziebland, J Charteris-Black
Social science & medicine 62 (10), 2577-2590, 2006
4032006
Prostate cancer: embodied experience and perceptions of masculinity
A Chapple, S Ziebland
Sociology of Health & Illness 24 (6), 820-841, 2002
3762002
What do patients with prostate or breast cancer want from an Internet site? A qualitative study of information needs
L Rozmovits, S Ziebland
Patient education and counseling 53 (1), 57-64, 2004
3682004
Collecting data on patient experience is not enough: they must be used to improve care
A Coulter, L Locock, S Ziebland, J Calabrese
Bmj 348, 2014
3652014
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
3412016
Qualitative methods in health research
C Pope, N Mays, S Ziebland, A le May, S Williams, M Coombs, A Le May, ...
methods 1 (2), 10.1002, 2000
3402000
Effectiveness of health checks conducted by nurses in primary care: final results of the OXCHECK study
Imperial Cancer Research Fund OXCHECK Study Group
BMJ 310 (6987), 1099-1104, 1995
3021995
The importance of being expert: the quest for cancer information on the Internet
S Ziebland
Social science & medicine 59 (9), 1783-1793, 2004
2982004
Advanced provision of emergency contraception does not reduce abortion rates
A Glasier, K Fairhurst, S Wyke, S Ziebland, P Seaman, J Walker, F Lakha
Contraception 69 (5), 361-366, 2004
2042004
Breast cancer in the family—children's perceptions of their mother's cancer and its initial treatment: qualitative study
G Forrest, C Plumb, S Ziebland, A Stein
Bmj 332 (7548), 998-1003, 2006
1752006
Database of patients' experiences (DIPEx): a multi-media approach to sharing experiences and information
A Herxheimer, A McPherson, R Miller, S Shepperd, J Yaphe, S Ziebland
The Lancet 355 (9214), 1540-1543, 2000
1712000
“The old me could never have done that”: How people give meaning to recovery following depression
D Ridge, S Ziebland
Qualitative health research 16 (8), 1038-1053, 2006
1592006
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