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GPs’ use of gut feelings when assessing cancer risk: A qualitative study in UK primary care

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Authors' reply to Soljak, Robson and colleagues, and Kelly

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Supporting patients with female genital mutilation in primary care: A qualitative study exploring the perspectives of GPS' working in England

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Polyphonic perspectives on health and care: Reflections from two decades of the DIPEx project.

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How do frontline staff use patient experience data for service improvement? Findings from an ethnographic case study evaluation

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General Practitioner's use of online resources during medical visits: managing the boundary between inside and outside the clinic

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Stevenson F. et al, (2019), Sociology of Health and Illness, 41, 65 - 81

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