Greenhalgh, Trisha

Trisha Greenhalgh

Trisha Greenhalgh

Title: Professor
OBE FMedSci MA MD FRCP FRCGP FFPH FHEA FSB
Honorary Professor

Trish's research interests lie at the interface between sociology and medicine. She uses innovative interdisciplinary approaches, drawing on narrative, ethnographic and participatory methods, to explore complex, policy-related issues in contemporary healthcare. She has recently taken on the role of Dean for Research Impact – a new appointment whose remit is to strengthen pathways to impact across the medical school and provide strategic input to research policy, planning and staff development to reflect the growing priority of this theme.Current funded research projects include:

• ATHENE
• ORIEL
• GIFTS
• DREAMS

Recently completed research projects include:

• RAMESES (Realist and Meta-narrative Evidence Synthesis: Evolving Standards): an international consensus study to develop methodological guidance and publication standards for theory-driven systematic review (ufnding: NIHR HS&DR programme)
• Borderline NHS treatments: An ethnographic study of decision-making by Primary Care Trusts and Clinical Commissioning Groups in relation to treatments that fall outside service-level agreements (funding: NIHR RfPB programme)
• Diabetes risk: systematic review of risk models and scores for assessing diabetes risk; using geospatial mapping to plot diabetes risk across localities (funding: local PCTs)
• SCRIE (Summary Care Record Independent Evaluation): Evaluation of Summary Care Record and HealthSpace as part of the Connecting for Health Evaluation Programme (funding: Department of Health)
• HERO (Healthcare Electronic Records in Organisations): Ethnographic study of impact of electronic records on work routines and interpersonal interaction in general practice (funding: Medical Research Council)
• HERO-2: Secondary analysis of HERO data to lok at resistance to nationally-imposed IT systems by health professionals and managers (funding: NIHR HS&DR programme)
• POSEIDON (Promoting cOllaborative Support and Education in Diabetes for minOrity ethNic groups): Randomised controlled trial of 'sharing stories' peer education support programme for minority ethnic groups with diabetes, with in-depth qualitative components (funding: NIHR SDO Programme)

Personal website: Trisha Greenhalgh Oxford

Bio

Trish is an internationally recognised academic in primary health care and a non-principal general practitioner in north London. She joined Barts and the London Medical School in April 2010 to set up the Healthcare Innovation and Policy Unit within the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health. She gained her first degree in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University in 1980 and qualified in Medicine from Oxford University in 1983. She began her research career in laboratory science but retrained as a GP and worked at UCL for many years before transferring to Barts.
Her many awards and prizes include Order of the British Empire for Services to Medicine, National Institute for Health Research Senior Investigator Award, Royal College of General Practitioners Research Paper of the Year Award (twice) and European Health Management Association Baxter Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Research in Healthcare Management (twice).

Trish has an active PhD programme and would welcome applications from prospective PhD or MD students in health services research or medical sociology in the above fields.

Research

Trish's research interests lie at the interface between sociology and medicine. She uses innovative interdisciplinary approaches, drawing on narrative, ethnographic and participatory methods, to explore complex, policy-related issues in contemporary healthcare. She has recently taken on the role of Dean for Research Impact – a new appointment whose remit is to strengthen pathways to impact across the medical school and provide strategic input to research policy, planning and staff development to reflect the growing priority of this theme.

Publications


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Brunet M, McCartney M, Murphy K et al. (2014). An open letter to Simon Stevens, NHS chief executive, and Alistair Burns, national clinical lead for dementia. BMJ (Online) Vol.349, () 0959-8146 -.
10.1136/bmj.g6666
Greenhalgh T (2014). Future-proofing relationship-based care: a priority for general practice.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.64, (628) 580-.
10.3399/bjgp14X682357
Greenhalgh T, Howick J, Maskrey N et al. (2014). ESSAY Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis?. BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL Vol.348, () 1756-1833 -.
10.1136/bmj.g3725
Greenhalgh T, Stones R, Swinglehurst D (2014). Choose and Book: a sociological analysis of 'resistance' to an expert system.. Soc Sci Med Vol.104, () 210-219.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.12.014
Campbell-Richards D, Morris J, Sudra R et al. (2014). Online outpatient consultations: the patient perspective. DIABETIC MEDICINE Vol.31, () 0742-3071 165-165.
SHAW SE, RUSSELL JR, GREENHALGH T et al. (2014). THINKING ABOUT THINK TANKS IN HEALTHCARE: A CALL FOR A NEW RESEARCH AGENDA. Sociology of Health & Illness Vol.36, (3) 447-461.
10.1111/1467-9566.12071
Hopkinson NS, Majeed A, Britton J et al. (2014). SMOKING IN CARS WITH CHILDREN Respiratory health professionals call on MPs to vote to ban smoking in cars with children. BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL Vol.348, () 1756-1833 -.
10.1136/bmj.g1395
McCartney M, Goldacre B, Chalmers I et al. (2014). Why the GMC should set up a central registry of doctors' competing interests. BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL Vol.348, () 1756-1833 -.
10.1136/bmj.g236
Russell J, Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T (2014). 'Cosmetic boob jobs' or evidence-based breast surgery: an interpretive policy analysis of the rationing of 'low value' treatments in the English National Health Service.. BMC Health Serv Res Vol.14, () 413-.
10.1186/1472-6963-14-413
Greenhalgh T, Howick J, Maskrey N et al. (2014). Evidence based medicine: a movement in crisis?. BMJ Vol.348, () g3725-.
10.1136/bmj.g3725
Noble DJ, Greenhalgh T, Casalino LP (2014). Improving population health one person at a time? Accountable care organisations: perceptions of population health-a qualitative interview study. BMJ OPEN Vol.4, (4) 2044-6055 -.
10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004665
Meads C, Nyssen OP, Wong G et al. (2014). Protocol for an HTA report: Does therapeutic writing help people with long-term conditions? Systematic review, realist synthesis and economic modelling. BMJ Open Vol.4, (2) 2044-6055 -.
10.1136/bmjopen-2013-004377
Sugarhood P, Wherton J, Procter R et al. (2014). Technology as system innovation: a key informant interview study of the application of the diffusion of innovation model to telecare.. Disabil Rehabil Assist Technol Vol.9, (1) 79-87.
10.3109/17483107.2013.823573
Procter R, Greenhalgh T, Wherton J et al. (2014). The day-to-day co-production of ageing in place. Computer Supported Cooperative Work: CSCW: An International Journal Vol.23, (3) 0925-9724 245-267.
10.1007/s10606-014-9202-5
Russell J, Greenhalgh T (2013). Being 'rational' and being 'human': How National Health Service rationing decisions are constructed as rational by resource allocation panels.. Health (London) Vol.18, (5) 441-457.
10.1177/1363459313507586
Marchal B, Westhorp G, Wong G et al. (2013). Realist Ras of complex interventions - An oxymoron. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE Vol.94, () 0277-9536 124-128.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.06.025
Greenhalgh T, Wherton J, Sugarhood P et al. (2013). What matters to older people with assisted living needs? A phenomenological analysis of the use and non-use of telehealth and telecare.. Soc Sci Med Vol.93, () 86-94.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.05.036
Greenhalgh T (2013). Five biases of new technologies.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.63, (613) 425-.
10.3399/bjgp13X670741
Greenhalgh T, Morris L, Wyatt JC et al. (2013). Introducing a nationally shared electronic patient record: case study comparison of Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland.. Int J Med Inform Vol.82, (5) e125-e138.
10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2013.01.002
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Westhorp G et al. (2013). RAMESES publication standards: meta-narrative reviews.. J Adv Nurs Vol.69, (5) 987-1004.
10.1111/jan.12092
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Westhorp G et al. (2013). RAMESES publication standards: realist syntheses.. J Adv Nurs Vol.69, (5) 1005-1022.
10.1111/jan.12095
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Lewis H et al. (2013). Addressing the 'postcode lottery' in local resource allocation decisions: a framework for clinical commissioning groups.. J R Soc Med Vol.106, (4) 120-123.
10.1177/0141076813479192
Macfarlane F, Barton-Sweeney C, Woodard F et al. (2013). Achieving and sustaining profound institutional change in healthcare: case study using neo-institutional theory.. Soc Sci Med Vol.80, () 10-18.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.01.005
Thompson C, Lewis D, Greenhalgh T et al. (2013). A health and social legacy for East London: Narratives of 'problem' and 'solution' around London 2012. Sociological Research Online Vol.18, (2) -.
10.5153/sro.2966
Davis J, Banks I, Wrigley D et al. (2013). Act now against new NHS competition regulations: an open letter to the BMA and the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges calls on them to make a joint public statement of opposition to the amended section 75 regulations.. BMJ Vol.346, () f1819-.
10.1136/bmj.f1819
Greenhalgh T, Keen J (2013). England's national programme for IT.. BMJ Vol.346, () f4130-.
10.1136/bmj.f4130
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Westhorp G et al. (2013). RAMESES publication standards: meta-narrative reviews.. BMC Med Vol.11, () 20-.
10.1186/1741-7015-11-20
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Westhorp G et al. (2013). RAMESES publication standards: realist syntheses.. BMC Med Vol.11, () 21-.
10.1186/1741-7015-11-21
Procter R, Greenhalgh T, Wherton J et al. (2013). The ATHENE Project: The importance of bricolage in personalising assisted living technologies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTEGRATED CARE Vol.13, () 1568-4156 -.
Mathur R, Noble D, Smith D et al. (2012). Quantifying the risk of type 2 diabetes in East London using the QDScore: a cross-sectional analysis.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.62, (603) e663-e670.
10.3399/bjgp12X656793
Greenhalgh T, Macfarlane F, Barton-Sweeney C et al. (2012). "If we build it, will it stay?" A case study of the sustainability of whole-system change in London.. Milbank Q Vol.90, (3) 516-547.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00673.x
Best A, Greenhalgh T, Lewis S et al. (2012). Large-system transformation in health care: a realist review.. Milbank Q Vol.90, (3) 421-456.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00670.x
Greenhalgh T (2012). The Olympics are over. What have we learned about organizing and delivering healthcare?. J R Soc Med Vol.105, (9) 373-376.
10.1258/jrsm.2012.12k065
Greenhalgh T (2012). Leadership reframed.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.62, (601) 431-.
10.3399/bjgp12X653688
Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Pluye P et al. (2012). Uncovering the benefits of participatory research: implications of a realist review for health research and practice.. Milbank Q Vol.90, (2) 311-346.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00665.x
Greenhalgh T (2012). Why do we always end up here? Evidence-based medicine's conceptual cul-de-sacs and some off-road alternative routes.. J Prim Health Care Vol.4, (2) 92-97.
Greenhalgh T, Phys 1FRC (2012). RCP should make an urgent statement against Health and Social Care Bill. LANCET Vol.379, (9819) 0140-6736 889-889.
10.1016/S0140-6736(12)60364-X
Hinder S, Greenhalgh T (2012). "This does my head in". Ethnographic study of self-management by people with diabetes.. BMC Health Serv Res Vol.12, () 83-.
10.1186/1472-6963-12-83
Russell J, Greenhalgh T (2012). Affordability as a discursive accomplishment in a changing National Health Service. Social Science and Medicine Vol.75, (12) 2463-2471.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2012.09.026
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Roberts C (2012). Computer templates in chronic disease management: ethnographic case study in general practice.. BMJ Open Vol.2, (6) -.
10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001754
Wherton J, Sugarhood P, Procter R et al. (2012). Designing assisted living technologies 'in the wild': preliminary experiences with cultural probe methodology.. BMC Med Res Methodol Vol.12, () 188-.
10.1186/1471-2288-12-188
Noble D, Smith D, Mathur R et al. (2012). Feasibility study of geospatial mapping of chronic disease risk to inform public health commissioning.. BMJ Open Vol.2, (1) e000711-.
10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000711
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Westhorp G et al. (2012). Realist methods in medical education research: what are they and what can they contribute?. Med Educ Vol.46, (1) 89-96.
10.1111/j.1365-2923.2011.04045.x
Smith NR, Clark C, Fahy AE et al. (2012). The Olympic Regeneration in East London (ORiEL) study: protocol for a prospective controlled quasi-experiment to evaluate the impact of urban regeneration on young people and their families.. BMJ Open Vol.2, (4) -.
10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001840
Greenhalgh T, Procter R, Wherton J et al. (2012). The organising vision for telehealth and telecare: discourse analysis.. BMJ Open Vol.2, (4) -.
10.1136/bmjopen-2012-001574
Noble D, Dent T, Greenhalgh T (2012). Time to compare impact and feasibility of prediction models in real life.. BMJ Vol.345, () e4357-.
10.1136/bmj.e4357
Thistlethwaite J, Davies H, Dornan T et al. (2012). What is evidence? Reflections on the AMEE symposium, Vienna, August 2011. MEDICAL TEACHER Vol.34, (6) 0142-159X 454-457.
10.3109/0142159X.2012.671561
Greenhalgh T (2012). Whole System Demonstrator trial: policy, politics, and publication ethics.. BMJ Vol.345, () e5280-.
10.1136/bmj.e5280
Greenhalgh T (2011). Electronic health records: research into design and implementation.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.61, (593) 718-719.
10.3399/bjgp11X613016
Greenhalgh T, Wieringa S (2011). Is it time to drop the 'knowledge translation' metaphor? A critical literature review. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF MEDICINE Vol.104, (12) 0141-0768 501-509.
10.1259/jrsm.2011.110285
Greenhalgh T, Wieringa S (2011). Is it time to drop the 'knowledge translation' metaphor? A critical literature review.. J R Soc Med Vol.104, (12) 501-509.
10.1258/jrsm.2011.110285
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Ashcroft RE et al. (2011). Why national eHealth programs need dead philosophers: Wittgensteinian reflections on policymakers' reluctance to learn from history.. Milbank Q Vol.89, (4) 533-563.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2011.00642.x
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Russell J et al. (2011). Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study. BRIT MED J Vol.343, () 0959-535X -.
10.1136/bmj.d6788
Greenhalgh T (2011). THE HAJJ Time for patient leaflets on the Hajj. BRIT MED J Vol.343, () 0959-535X -.
10.1136/bmj.d6609
Macfarlane F, Exworthy M, Wilmott M et al. (2011). Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose: senior NHS managers' narratives of restructuring.. Sociol Health Illn Vol.33, (6) 914-929.
10.1111/j.1467-9566.2011.01338.x
Greenhalgh T, de Jongste JC, Brand PL (2011). Preparing and delivering a 10-minute presentation at a scientific meeting.. Paediatr Respir Rev Vol.12, (2) 148-149.
10.1016/j.prrv.2011.01.010
Shekelle PG, Pronovost PJ, Wachter RM et al. (2011). Advancing the Science of Patient Safety. ANN INTERN MED Vol.154, (10) 0003-4819 693-W248.
10.1059/0003-4819-154-10-201105170-00011
Jagosh J, Pluye P, Macaulay AC et al. (2011). Assessing the outcomes of participatory research: protocol for identifying, selecting, appraising and synthesizing the literature for realist review. IMPLEMENT SCI Vol.6, () 1748-5908 -.
10.1186/1748-5908-6-24
Greenhalgh T, Wong G (2011). Revalidation: a critical perspective.. Br J Gen Pract Vol.61, (584) 166-168.
10.3399/bjgp11X561113
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Burnett A et al. (2011). "No decisions about us without us"? Individual healthcare rationing in a fiscal ice age.. BMJ Vol.342, () d3279-.
10.1136/bmj.d3279
Greenhalgh T (2011). Assisted dying debate: Try another approach, BMJ.. BMJ Vol.342, () d451-.
10.1136/bmj.d451
Greenhalgh T, Bowden T (2011). Moving beyond the cathedral model for IT development.. BMJ Vol.343, () d6480-.
10.1136/bmj.d6480
Greenhalgh T, Campbell-Richards D, Vijayaraghavan S et al. (2011). New models of self-management education for minority ethnic groups: pilot randomized trial of a story-sharing intervention.. J Health Serv Res Policy Vol.16, (1) 28-36.
10.1258/jhsrp.2010.009159
SWINGLEHURST D, Roberts C, Greenhalgh T (2011). Opening up the "black box" of the electronic patient record: a linguistic ethnographic study in general practice. Communication and Medicine Vol.8, (1) 3-15.
10.1558/cam.v8i1.3
Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Westhorp G et al. (2011). Protocol--realist and meta-narrative evidence synthesis: evolving standards (RAMESES).. BMC Med Res Methodol Vol.11, () 115-.
10.1186/1471-2288-11-115
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Russell J et al. (2011). Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study. BMJ Vol.343, () d6788-.
10.1136/bmj.d6788
Noble D, Mathur R, Dent T et al. (2011). Risk models and scores for type 2 diabetes: systematic review.. BMJ Vol.343, () d7163-.
10.1136/bmj.d7163
Greenhalgh T, Collard A, Campbell-Richards D et al. (2011). Storylines of self-management: narratives of people with diabetes from a multiethnic inner city population.. J Health Serv Res Policy Vol.16, (1) 37-43.
10.1258/jhsrp.2010.009160
Greenhalgh T, Swinglehurst D (2011). Studying technology use as social practice: the untapped potential of ethnography.. BMC Med Vol.9, () 45-.
10.1186/1741-7015-9-45
Greenhalgh T (2011). The BMJ and the Big Society.. BMJ Vol.342, () d3691-.
10.1136/bmj.d3691
Greenhalgh T (2011). Time for patient leaflets on the Hajj.. BMJ Vol.343, () d6609-.
10.1136/bmj.d6609
Bratan T, Stramer K, Greenhalgh T (2010). 'Never heard of it'- understanding the public's lack of awareness of a new electronic patient record.. Health Expect Vol.13, (4) 379-391.
10.1111/j.1369-7625.2010.00608.x
Greenhalgh T, Heath I (2010). Measuring quality in the therapeutic relationship--part 1: objective approaches.. Qual Saf Health Care Vol.19, (6) 475-478.
10.1136/qshc.2010.043364
Greenhalgh T, Heath I (2010). Measuring quality in the therapeutic relationship--part 2: subjective approaches.. Qual Saf Health Care Vol.19, (6) 479-483.
10.1136/qshc.2010.043372
Greenhalgh T (2010). What is this knowledge that we seek to "exchange"?. Milbank Q Vol.88, (4) 492-499.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2010.00610.x
Robert G, Greenhalgh T, MacFarlane F et al. (2010). Adopting and assimilating new non-pharmaceutical technologies into health care: a systematic review. J HEALTH SERV RES PO Vol.15, (4) 1355-8196 243-250.
10.1258/jhsrp.2010.009137
Pye J, Greenhalgh T (2010). First aid kits for recreational dive boats, what should they contain?. Travel Med Infect Dis Vol.8, (5) 311-317.
10.1016/j.tmaid.2010.07.001
Parkes G, Greenhalgh T (2010). Paradoxes of spirometry results, and smoking cessation. PRIMARY CARE RESPIRATORY JOURNAL Vol.19, (3) 1471-4418 295-296.
10.4104/pcrj.2010.00056
Chan CMS, Deave T, Greenhalgh T (2010). Obesity in Hong Kong Chinese Preschool Children: Where Are All the Nurses?. JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC NURSING-NURSING CARE OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES Vol.25, (4) 0882-5963 264-273.
10.1016/j.pedn.2009.02.019
Chan C, Deave T, Greenhalgh T (2010). Childhood obesity in transition zones: an analysis using structuration theory. SOCIOL HEALTH ILL Vol.32, (5) 0141-9889 711-729.
10.1111/j.1467-9566.2010.01243.x
Greenhalgh T, Stones R (2010). Theorising big IT programmes in healthcare: strong structuration theory meets actor-network theory.. Soc Sci Med Vol.70, (9) 1285-1294.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2009.12.034
Greenhalgh T, Plsek P, Wilson T et al. (2010). Response to 'The appropriation of complexity theory in health care'.. J Health Serv Res Policy Vol.15, (2) 115-117.
10.1258/jhsrp.2010.009158
Greenhalgh T (2010). GMC Wakefield Verdict Why did the Lancet take so long?. BRIT MED J Vol.340, () 0959-535X -.
10.1136/bmj.c644
Greenhalgh T (2010). Primary care's lost cause? Not all those who wander are lost. BRIT MED J Vol.340, () 0959-535X -.
10.1136/bmj.c461
Greenhalgh T, Stramer K, Bratan T et al. (2010). Adoption and non-adoption of a shared electronic summary record in England: a mixed-method case study.. BMJ Vol.340, () c3111-.
10.1136/bmj.c3111
Greenhalgh T, Hinder S, Stramer K et al. (2010). Adoption, non-adoption, and abandonment of a personal electronic health record: case study of HealthSpace.. BMJ Vol.341, () c5814-.
10.1136/bmj.c5814
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Myall M et al. (2010). Ethnographic study of ICT-supported collaborative work routines in general practice.. BMC Health Serv Res Vol.10, () 348-.
10.1186/1472-6963-10-348
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Pawson R (2010). Internet-based medical education: a realist review of what works, for whom and in what circumstances.. BMC Med Educ Vol.10, () 12-.
10.1186/1472-6920-10-12
Greenhalgh T, Russell J (2010). Why do evaluations of eHealth programs fail? An alternative set of guiding principles.. PLoS Med Vol.7, (11) e1000360-.
10.1371/journal.pmed.1000360
Greenhalgh T, Potts HW, Wong G et al. (2009). Tensions and paradoxes in electronic patient record research: a systematic literature review using the meta-narrative method.. Milbank Q Vol.87, (4) 729-788.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2009.00578.x
Greenhalgh T (2009). Screening at your parish church Is "efficient" and "painless" screening worth the candle?. BRIT MED J Vol.338, () 0959-8146 -.
10.1136/bmj.b2336
Greenhalgh T, Humphrey C, Hughes J et al. (2009). How do you modernize a health service? A realist evaluation of whole-scale transformation in london.. Milbank Q Vol.87, (2) 391-416.
10.1111/j.1468-0009.2009.00562.x
Greenhalgh T (2009). The English Surgeon. MED HUMANIT Vol.35, (1) 1468-215X 61-61.
10.1136/jmh.2008.001289
Greenhalgh T (2009). The currency of personal medical data. BRIT MED J Vol.338, () 0959-535X -.
10.1136/bmj.b218
Skoro-Kondza L, Tai SS, Gadelrab R et al. (2009). Community based yoga classes for type 2 diabetes: an exploratory randomised controlled trial.. BMC Health Serv Res Vol.9, () 33-.
10.1186/1472-6963-9-33
Greenhalgh T, Russell J (2009). Evidence-based policymaking: a critique.. Perspect Biol Med Vol.52, (2) 0031-5982 304-318.
10.1353/pbm.0.0085
Greenhalgh T (2009). Patient and public involvement in chronic illness: beyond the expert patient.. BMJ Vol.338, () b49-.
10.1136/bmj.b49
Greenhalgh T (2008). Thirty years on from Alma-Ata: Where have we come from? Where are we going?. Br J Gen Pract Vol.58, (556) 798-804.
10.3399/bjgp08X342679
Swinglehurst D, Russell J, Greenhalgh T (2008). Peer observation of teaching in the online environment: an action research approach. J COMPUT ASSIST LEAR Vol.24, (5) 0266-4909 383-393.
10.1111/j.1365-2729.2007.00274.x
Greenhalgh T (2008). Internet and health care - Bush telegraph more effective. BRIT MED J Vol.337, (7665) 0959-8146 -.
10.1136/bmj.a1137
Greenhalgh T, Wood GW, Bratan T et al. (2008). Patients' attitudes to the summary care record and HealthSpace: qualitative study.. BMJ Vol.336, (7656) 1290-1295.
10.1136/bmj.a114
Shaw SE, Greenhalgh T (2008). Best research--for what? Best health--for whom? A critical exploration of primary care research using discourse analysis.. Soc Sci Med Vol.66, (12) 0277-9536 2506-2519.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2008.02.014
Parkes G, Greenhalgh T, Griffin M et al. (2008). Effect on smoking quit rate of telling patients their lung age: the Step2quit randomised controlled trial. BRIT MED J Vol.336, (7644) 0959-8146 598-600B.
10.1136/bmj.39503.582396.25
Greenhalgh T, Wengraf T (2008). Collecting stories: is it research? Is it good research? Preliminary guidance based on a Delphi study.. Med Educ Vol.42, (3) 242-247.
10.1111/j.1365-2923.2007.02956.x
Woolf K, Cave J, Greenhalgh T et al. (2008). Ethnic stereotypes and the underachievement of UK medical students from ethnic minorities: qualitative study.. BMJ Vol.337, () a1220-.
10.1136/bmj.a1220
Greenhalgh T, Stramer K, Bratan T et al. (2008). Introduction of shared electronic records: multi-site case study using diffusion of innovation theory.. BMJ Vol.337, () a1786-.
10.1136/bmj.a1786
Grace C, Begum R, Subhani S et al. (2008). Prevention of type 2 diabetes in British Bangladeshis: qualitative study of community, religious, and professional perspectives.. BMJ Vol.337, () a1931-.
10.1136/bmj.a1931
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Byrne E et al. (2008). Recognizing rhetoric in health care policy analysis.. J Health Serv Res Policy Vol.13, (1) 1355-8196 40-46.
10.1258/jhsrp.2007.006029
Greenhalgh T (2008). Role of routines in collaborative work in healthcare organisations.. BMJ Vol.337, () a2448-.
10.1136/bmj.a2448
Greenhalgh T, Kristjansson E, Robinson V (2007). Realist review to understand the efficacy of school feeding programmes.. BMJ Vol.335, (7625) 858-861.
10.1136/bmj.39359.525174.AD
Greenhalgh T, Voisey C, Robb N (2007). Interpreted consultations as 'business as usual'? An analysis of organisational routines in general practices.. Sociol Health Illn Vol.29, (6) 0141-9889 931-954.
10.1111/j.1467-9566.2007.01047.x
Robb N, Dunkley L, Boynton P et al. (2007). Looking for a better future: identity construction in socio-economically deprived 16-year olds considering a career in medicine.. Soc Sci Med Vol.65, (4) 0277-9536 738-754.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.03.011
Grace C, Begumt R, Subhani S et al. (2007). 'Fate depends on deeds': community and religious perspectives on diabetes prevention in a British Bangladeshi population. DIABETIC MED Vol.24, () 0742-3071 27-27.
Vuttanont U, Greenhalgh T, Griffin M et al. (2006). "Smart boys" and "sweet girls"--sex education needs in Thai teenagers: a mixed-method study.. Lancet Vol.368, (9552) 2068-2080.
10.1016/S0140-6736(06)69836-X
Greenhalgh T, Chowdhury M, Wood GW (2006). Story-based scales: development and validation of questionnaires to measure subjective health status and cultural adherence in British Bangladeshis with diabetes.. Psychol Health Med Vol.11, (4) 1354-8506 432-448.
10.1080/13548500500429379
Greenhalgh T (2006). How to formulate research recommendations - The pie or the slice?. BRIT MED J Vol.333, (7574) 0959-8146 917-917.
10.1136/bmj.333.7574.917-a
Greenhalgh T, Robb N, Scambler G (2006). Communicative and strategic action in interpreted consultations in primary health care: a Habermasian perspective.. Soc Sci Med Vol.63, (5) 0277-9536 1170-1187.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2006.03.033
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Boynton P et al. (2006). "We were treated like adults"--development of a pre-medicine summer school for 16 year olds from deprived socioeconomic backgrounds: action research study.. BMJ Vol.332, (7544) 762-767.
10.1136/bmj.38755.582500.55
Robb N, Greenhalgh T (2006). "You have to cover up the words of the doctor": the mediation of trust in interpreted consultations in primary care.. J Health Organ Manag Vol.20, (5) 1477-7266 434-455.
10.1108/14777260610701803
Greenhalgh T, Russell J (2006). Promoting the skills of knowledge translation in an online master of science course in primary health care.. J Contin Educ Health Prof Vol.26, (2) 0894-1912 100-108.
10.1002/chp.58
Greenhalgh T, Russell J (2006). Reframing evidence synthesis as rhetorical action in the policy making drama.. Healthc Policy Vol.1, (2) 1715-6572 34-42.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Swinglehurst D (2005). Narrative methods in quality improvement research.. Qual Saf Health Care Vol.14, (6) 443-449.
10.1136/qshc.2005.014712
Greenhalgh T (2005). The Human Genome Project.. J R Soc Med Vol.98, (12) 0141-0768 545-.
10.1258/jrsm.98.12.545
Greenhalgh T, Peacock R (2005). Effectiveness and efficiency of search methods in systematic reviews of complex evidence: audit of primary sources.. BMJ Vol.331, (7524) 1064-1065.
10.1136/bmj.38636.593461.68
Shaw S, Boynton PM, Greenhalgh T (2005). Research governance: where did it come from, what does it mean?. J R Soc Med Vol.98, (11) 0141-0768 496-502.
10.1258/jrsm.98.11.496
Greenhalgh T (2005). Early life risk factors for obesity in childhood - The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. BRIT MED J Vol.331, (7514) 0959-8146 453-453.
10.1136/bmj.331.7514.453-a
Greenhalgh T, Robert G, Macfarlane F et al. (2005). Storylines of research in diffusion of innovation: a meta-narrative approach to systematic review. SOC SCI MED Vol.61, (2) 0277-9536 417-430.
10.1016/j.soscimed.2004.12.001
Greenhalgh T, Robert G, Macfarlane F et al. (2005). Storylines of research in diffusion of innovation: a meta-narrative approach to systematic review.. Soc Sci Med Vol.61, (2) 0277-9536 417-430.
10.1016/j.socscimed.2004.12.001
Macfarlane F, Shaw S, Greenhalgh T et al. (2005). General practices as emergent research organizations: a qualitative study into organizational development. FAM PRACT Vol.22, (3) 0263-2136 298-304.
10.1093/fampra/cmi011
Greenhalgh T (2005). Barriers to concordance with antidiabetic drugs--cultural differences or human nature?. BMJ Vol.330, (7502) 1250-.
10.1136/bmj.38464.595741.AE
Greenhalgh T, Collard A, Begum N (2005). Sharing stories: complex intervention for diabetes education in minority ethnic groups who do not speak English.. BMJ Vol.330, (7492) 628-.
10.1136/bmj.330.7492.628
Greenhalgh T (2005). Can 'anecdote' ever be research?. FAM PRACT Vol.22, (1) 0263-2136 1-1.
10.1093/fampra/cmh619
Louch P, Goodman C, Greenhalgh T (2005). Involving service users in the evaluation and redesign of primary care services for depression: A qualitative study. PRIMARY CARE COMMUN Vol.10, (3) 1746-8841 109-117.
10.1185/135525706X56682
Greenhalgh T (2005). Untitled - Response. MILBANK Q Vol.83, (1) 0887-378X 178-179.
10.1111/j.0887-378X.2005.340_2.x
Greenhalgh T, Dorling D (2004). Measuring participation in UK medical schools - Authors' reply. BRIT MED J Vol.329, (7469) 0959-535X 801-801.
10.1136/bmj.329.7469.801
Macfarlane F, Greenhalgh T, Schofield T et al. (2004). RCGP quality team development programme: an illuminative evaluation. QUAL SAF HEALTH CARE Vol.13, (5) 1475-3898 356-362.
10.1136/qshc.2003.009332
Greenhalgh T (2004). Childhood obesity and consumption of fizzy drinks - Commercial interests have important role. BRIT MED J Vol.329, (7456) 0959-535X 54-54.
10.1136/bmj.329.7456.54-b
Greenhalgh T, Kostopoulou O, Harries C (2004). Making decisions about benefits and harms of medicines.. BMJ Vol.329, (7456) 47-50.
10.1136/bmj.329.7456.47
Greenhalgh T, Seyan K, Boynton P (2004). "Not a university type": focus group study of social class, ethnic, and sex differences in school pupils' perceptions about medical school.. BMJ Vol.328, (7455) 1541-.
10.1136/bmj.328.7455.1541
Seyan K, Greenhalgh T, Dorling D (2004). The standardised admission ratio for measuring widening participation in medical schools: analysis of UK medical school admissions by ethnicity, socioeconomic status, and sex.. BMJ Vol.328, (7455) 1545-1546.
10.1136/bmj.328.7455.1545
Boynton PM, Wood GW, Greenhalgh T (2004). Hands-on guide to questionnaire research - Reaching beyond the white middle classes. BRIT MED J Vol.328, (7453) 0959-535X 1433-1436.
10.1136/bmj.328.7453.1433
Boynton PM, Wood GW, Greenhalgh T (2004). Reaching beyond the white middle classes.. BMJ Vol.328, (7453) 1433-1436.
10.1136/bmj.328.7453.1433
Boynton PM, Greenhalgh T (2004). Hands-on guide to questionnaire research - Selecting, designing, and developing your questionnaire. BRIT MED J Vol.328, (7451) 0959-535X 1312-1315.
10.1136/bmj.328.7451.1312
Boynton PM, Greenhalgh T (2004). Selecting, designing, and developing your questionnaire.. BMJ Vol.328, (7451) 1312-1315.
10.1136/bmj.328.7451.1312
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Boynton P et al. (2004). Soft networks for bridging the gap between research and practice: illuminative evaluation of CHAIN.. BMJ Vol.328, (7449) 1174-.
10.1136/bmj.328.7449.1174
Greenhalgh T, Wessely S (2004). 'Health for me': a sociocultural analysis of healthism in the middle classes.. Br Med Bull Vol.69, () 0007-1420 197-213.
10.1093/bmb/ldh013
Greenhalgh T, Robert G, Macfarlane F et al. (2004). Diffusion of innovations in service organizations: systematic review and recommendations.. Milbank Q Vol.82, (4) 0887-378X 581-629.
10.1111/j.0887-378X.2004.00325.x
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Russell J et al. (2003). Putting your course on the Web: lessons from a case study and systematic literature review.. Med Educ Vol.37, (11) 0308-0110 1020-1023.
10.1046/j.1365-2923.2003.01673.x
Greenhalgh T, Wong G (2003). Doing an intercalated BSc can make you a better doctor.. Med Educ Vol.37, (9) 0308-0110 760-761.
10.1046/j.1365-2923.2003.01603.x
Greenhalgh T, Toon P, Russell J et al. (2003). Transferability of principles of evidence based medicine to improve educational quality: systematic review and case study of an online course in primary health care.. BMJ Vol.326, (7381) 142-145.
10.1136/bmj.326.7381.142
Fritsche L, Greenhalgh T, Falck-Ytter Y et al. (2002). Do short courses in evidence based medicine improve knowledge and skills? Validation of Berlin questionnaire and before and after study of courses in evidence based medicine. BRIT MED J Vol.325, (7376) 0959-535X 1338-1341.
10.1136/bmj.325.7376.1338
Greenhalgh T, MacFarlane F (2002). Senior managers' views on implementing clinical governance. BRIT J GEN PRACT Vol.52, (484) 0960-1643 940-940.
Hughes J, Humphrey C, Rogers S et al. (2002). Evidence into action: changing practice in primary care.. Occas Pap R Coll Gen Pract Vol., (84) 1352-2450 i-51.
Greenhalgh T (2002). Integrating qualitative research into evidence based practice.. Endocrinol Metab Clin North Am Vol.31, (3) 0889-8529 583-ix.
10.1016/S0889-8529(02)00009-9
Greenhalgh T, Hughes J, Humphrey C et al. (2002). A comparative case study of two models of a clinical informaticist service.. BMJ Vol.324, (7336) 524-529.
10.1136/bmj.324.7336.524
Greenhalgh T (2002). Use of interactive multimedia decision aids - Alternative explanation for results may exist. BRIT MED J Vol.324, (7332) 0959-535X 296-297.
10.1136/bmj.324.7332.296b
Greenhalgh T (2002). Commentary. BRIT J GEN PRACT Vol.52, (475) 0960-1643 95-95.
Fraser SW, Greenhalgh T (2001). Complexity science - Coping with complexity: educating for capability. BRIT MED J Vol.323, (7316) 0959-535X 799-803.
10.1136/bmj.323.7316.799
Fraser SW, Greenhalgh T (2001). Coping with complexity: educating for capability.. BMJ Vol.323, (7316) 0959-8138 799-803.
10.1136/bmj.323.7316.799
Plsek PE, Greenhalgh T (2001). Complexity science - The challenge of complexity in health care. BRIT MED J Vol.323, (7313) 0959-535X 625-628.
10.1136/bmj.323.7313.625
Greenhalgh T (2001). Storytelling should be targeted where it is known to have greatest added value.. Med Educ Vol.35, (9) 0308-0110 818-819.
10.1046/j.1365-2923.2001.01027.x
Wilson T, Holt T, Greenhalgh T (2001). Use of Stewart's technique. LANCET Vol.357, (9267) 0140-6736 1529-1529.
10.1016/S0140-6736(00)04680-8
Greenhalgh T (2001). Computer assisted learning in undergraduate medical education. BRIT MED J Vol.322, (7277) 0959-8138 40-44.
10.1136/bmj.322.7277.40
McCormack J, Greenhalgh T (2000). Seeing what you want to see in randomised controlled trials - Meta-analyses may suffer from interpretation bias too - Reply. BRIT MED J Vol.321, (7268) 0959-8138 1079-1079.
McCormack J, Greenhalgh T (2000). Seeing what you want to see in randomised controlled trials: versions and perversions of UKPDS data. BRIT MED J Vol.320, (7251) 0959-8138 1720-1723.
10.1136/bmj.320.7251.1720
Greenhalgh T, Herxheimer A, Isaacs AJ et al. (2000). Commercial partnerships in chronic disease management: proceeding with caution.. BMJ Vol.320, (7234) 0959-8138 566-568.
10.1136/bmj.320.7234.566
Greenhalgh T (1999). Competencies for informed shared decision making - Commentary. BRIT MED J Vol.319, (7212) 0959-8138 770-770.
Greenhalgh T (1999). Writing as therapy. BRIT MED J Vol.319, (7205) 0959-8138 270-271.
10.1136/bmj.319.7205.270
Greenhalgh T, Douglas HR (1999). Experiences of general practitioners and practice nurses of training courses in evidence-based health care: a qualitative study. BRIT J GEN PRACT Vol.49, (444) 0960-1643 536-540.
Greenhalgh T, Hurwitz B (1999). Why study narrative?. WESTERN J MED Vol.170, (6) 0093-0415 367-369.
Greenhalgh T (1999). Narrative based medicine: narrative based medicine in an evidence based world.. BMJ Vol.318, (7179) 0959-8138 323-325.
10.1136/bmj.318.7179.323
Greenhalgh T, Hurwitz B (1999). Narrative based medicine: why study narrative?. BMJ Vol.318, (7175) 0959-8138 48-50.
10.1136/bmj.318.7175.48
Greenhalgh T (1998). A primary-care-led diabetes service: Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. DIABETIC MED Vol.15, (11) 0742-3071 S7-S9.
10.1002/(SICI)1096-9136(1998110)15:3+3.0.CO;2-5
Greenhalgh T (1998). Commentary: Meta-analysis is a blunt and potentially misleading instrument for analysing models of service delivery.. BMJ Vol.317, (7155) 0959-8138 395-396.
Greenhalgh T, Helman C, Chowdhury M (1998). Health beliefs among British Bangladeshis - Reply. BRIT MED J Vol.317, (7155) 0959-8138 413-413.
Greenhalgh T (1998). Meta-analysis is a blunt and potentially misleading instrument for analysing models of service delivery - Commentary. BRIT MED J Vol.317, (7155) 0959-8138 395-396.
Greenhalgh T, Helman C, Chowdhury AM (1998). Health beliefs and folk models of diabetes in British Bangladeshis: a qualitative study.. BMJ Vol.316, (7136) 0959-8138 978-983.
10.1136/bmj.316.7136.978
Greenhalgh T (1998). Controversies in primary care. Setting prescribing budgets in general practice. Effective prescribing at practice level should be identified and rewarded.. BMJ Vol.316, (7133) 0959-8138 750-753.
10.1136/bmj.316.7133.750
Greenhalgh T, Taylor R (1997). How to read a paper - Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research). BRIT MED J Vol.315, (7110) 0959-8138 740-743.
Greenhalgh T, Taylor R (1997). Papers that go beyond numbers (qualitative research). BMJ Vol.315, (7110) 0959-8138 740-743.
10.1136/bmj.315.7110.740
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper: Papers that summarise other papers (systematic reviews and meta-analyses). BRIT MED J Vol.315, (7109) 0959-8138 672-675.
Greenhalgh T (1997). Papers that summarise other papers (systematic reviews and meta-analyses).. BMJ Vol.315, (7109) 0959-8138 672-675.
10.1136/bmj.315.7109.672
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Papers that tell you what things cost (economic analyses).. BMJ Vol.315, (7108) 0959-8138 596-599.
10.1136/bmj.315.7108.596
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Papers that report diagnostic or screening tests.. BMJ Vol.315, (7107) 0959-8138 540-543.
10.1136/bmj.315.7107.540
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Papers that report drug trials.. BMJ Vol.315, (7106) 0959-8138 480-483.
10.1136/bmj.315.7106.480
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Statistics for the non-statistician. II: "Significant" relations and their pitfalls.. BMJ Vol.315, (7105) 0959-8138 422-425.
10.1136/bmj.315.7105.422
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Statistics for the non-statistician. I: Different types of data need different statistical tests.. BMJ Vol.315, (7104) 0959-8138 364-366.
10.1136/bmj.315.7104.364
Greenhalgh T (1997). Assessing the methodological quality of published papers.. BMJ Vol.315, (7103) 0959-8138 305-308.
10.1136/bmj.315.7103.305
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper - Assessing the methodological quality of published papers. BRIT MED J Vol.315, (7103) 0959-8138 305-308.
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. Getting your bearings (deciding what the paper is about).. BMJ Vol.315, (7102) 0959-8138 243-246.
10.1136/bmj.315.7102.243
Greenhalgh T (1997). How to read a paper. The Medline database.. BMJ Vol.315, (7101) 0959-8138 180-183.
10.1136/bmj.315.7101.180
Greenhalgh PM (1997). Diabetes in British south Asians: nature, nurture, and culture.. Diabet Med Vol.14, (1) 0742-3071 10-18.
10.1002/(SICI)1096-9136(199701)14:1<10::AID-DIA282>3.0.CO;2-B
Greenhalgh T (1996). ''Is my practice evidence-based?''. BRIT MED J Vol.313, (7063) 0959-8138 957-958.
10.1136/bmj.313.7063.957
Greenhalgh PM (1994). Shared care for diabetes. A systematic review.. Occas Pap R Coll Gen Pract Vol., (67) 1352-2450 i-35.
GREENHALGH PM, HAINES AP, YUDKIN JS (1994). RESEARCH IN DIABETES-MELLITUS. BRIT J GEN PRACT Vol.44, (378) 0960-1643 45-45.
PhD Students:

Current:

Gemma Hughes (2012) - Integrated Care
H McMullen (2012-) Explaining the uptake of HIV screening using the diffusion of innovations model
N Fahy (2012-) Extending diffusion of innovations model for health policy
J Russell (2011-) Exploring the postcode lottery
J Reid (2011- ) The WHO Patient Safety Checklist

Past (all students completed within time period and passed with no or minor corrections):

D Eby (2007-2013) A mixed method exploration of the role of the nurse practitioner in Canadian healthcare
D Noble (2010-12) Risk scores for diabetes: exploring the dataset of EMIS web
D Swinglehurst (2008-11) The electronic medical record as technology in practice
U Vuttanont (2003-9) Sexual health education policy in Chaing Mei, Thailand
G Wong (2005-8) A realist review of the impact of the Internet on learning in doctors and medical students
G Parkes (2004-8) Does communicating lung age to smokers affect quit rate? A randomised controlled trial
C Chan (2003-8) Toddler obesity in Chinese immigrants to Hong Kong: a multi-level, mixed method study
S Shaw (2003-6) Out of Utopia: The (re)production of primary care research policy

 

Further information

External appointments include:

  • Research Excellence Framework Main Panel for Medicine (Deputy Chair)
  • Medical Research Council Committee on Good Research Practice
  • World Health Organisation Expert Advisory Panels on Clinical Practice Guidelines and Research Methods and Ethics
  • RAND/IHI International Working Group on Patient Safety.

Contact

Centre for Primary Care and Public Health
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