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Ethical Use of Social Media to Facilitate Qualitative Research
Increasingly, qualitative health researchers might consider using social media to facilitate communication with participants. Ambiguity surrounding the potential risks intrinsic to social media couldExpand
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Health researchers’ attitudes towards public involvement in health research
Objective  To investigate health researchers’ attitudes to involving the public in research.
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Understanding public trust in services provided by community pharmacists relative to those provided by general practitioners: a qualitative study
Objectives To apply sociological theories to understand public trust in extended services provided by community pharmacists relative to those provided by general practitioners (GPs). DesignExpand
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Newcomers in a hazardous environment: a qualitative inquiry into sex worker vulnerability to HIV in Bali, Indonesia
BackgroundWomen new to sex work and those with a greater degree of mobility have higher risk of HIV infection. Using social capital as a theoretical framework, we argue that better understanding ofExpand
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‘We shed tears, but there is no one there to wipe them up for us’: narratives of (mis)trust in a materially deprived community
This article reports on a qualitative study in a materially deprived locality in northern England, which originally aimed to explore local residents’ views of proposed changes to local health careExpand
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HIV among immigrants living in high-income countries: a realist review of evidence to guide targeted approaches to behavioural HIV prevention
BackgroundImmigrants from developing and middle-income countries are an emerging priority in HIV prevention in high-income countries. This may be explained in part by accelerating internationalExpand
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Short horizons and obesity futures: disjunctures between public health interventions and everyday temporalities.
This paper examines the spatio-temporal disjuncture between 'the future' in public health obesity initiatives and the embodied reality of eating. Drawing upon ethnographic fieldwork in aExpand
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Learning to prescribe – pharmacists' experiences of supplementary prescribing training in England
BackgroundThe introduction of non-medical prescribing for professions such as pharmacy and nursing in recent years offers additional responsibilities and opportunities but attendant training issues.Expand
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Cost and affordability of healthy food in rural South Australia.
INTRODUCTION As in many other countries, Australian consumers have recently had to accommodate increases in costs of basic food, and during the financial year 2007-2008 overall food prices rose byExpand
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The Australian Food and Trust Survey: Demographic indicators associated with food safety and quality concerns
Abstract Objective Safety and quality associated with the production, marketing and consumption of food, together with overall levels of trust in the food supply chain, are increasing in importanceExpand
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