Publications using ‘One in a Million’ data

Ross, J., Poduval, S., Albury, C., Whitaker, N. & Stevenson, F. (2024) Achieving weighing in UK primary care. A conversation analytic study. SSM - Qualitative Research in Health

Hamashima, Y. (2024) Face-to-face priority setting in primary care: a multiple-methods study in England and Japan. PhD Thesis, University of Bristol.

Lian, O.S, Nettleton, S., Grange, H. & Dowrick, C. (2023) 'My cousin said to me...' Patients' use of third-party references to facilitate shared decision-making during naturally occurring primary care consultations. Health

Edwards, P.J., Sellers, G.M., Leach, I., Holt, L., Ridd, M.J, Payne, R.A. & Barnes, R.K. (2023) Ideas, concerns, expectations, and effects on life (ICEE) in GP consultations: an observational study using video-recorded UK consultations. BMJ Open

Pyne, Y.Wong, Y.M., Fang, H. & Simpson, E. (2023) Analysis of ‘One in a Million’ primary care consultation conversations using natural language processing. 
Hardy, V., Usher-Smith, J., Archer, S., Barnes, R.K., Lancaster, J., Johnson, M., Thompson, M., Emery, J., Singh, H. & Walter, F.M. (2023) Agreement between patient’s description of abdominal symptoms of possible upper gastrointestinal cancer and general practitioner consultation notes: a qualitative analysis of video-recorded UK primary care consultation data. BMJ Open; 13:e058766. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-058766
Lian, O.S, Nettleton, S., Grange, H. & Dowrick, C. (2023) "I'd best take out life insurance, then." Conceptualisations of risk and uncertainty in primary care consultations, and implications for shared decision-making. Health, Risk & Society

Lian, O.S, Nettleton, S., Grange, H. & Dowrick, C. (2022) 'It feels like my metabolism has shut down'. Negotiating interactional roles and epistemic positions in a primary care consultation. Health Expectations

Wheat, H., Barnes, RK., Aveyard, P., Stevenson, F. & Begh, R. (2022) Brief opportunistic interventions by general practitioners to promote smoking cessation. A conversation analytic study. Social Science & Medicine. 314.

Lian, O.S, Nettleton, S., Grange, H. & Dowrick, C. (2022) "I'm not the doctor; I'm just the patient": Patient agency and shared decision-making in naturally occurring primary care consultations. Patient Education & Counseling. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2021.10.031

Lian, O.S, Nettleton, S., Wifstad, A. & Dowrick, C. (2021) Negotiating uncertainty in clinical encounters: A narrative exploration of naturally occurring primary care consultations. Social Science & Medicine.

Edwards, P.J., Bennett-Britton, I., Ridd, M.J., Booker, M. & Barnes, R.K. (2021) Factors affecting the documentation of spoken safety-netting advice in routine GP consultations. British Journal of General Practice.

McCabe, R. (2021) When patients and clinicians (dis)agree about the nature of the problem: The role of displays of shared understanding in acceptance of treatment. Social Science and Medicine

NIHR Evidence Alert (2021) GPs may help people at risk of self-harm by asking open questions, acknowledging distress, and exploring positive reasons for staying alive. 25 June 2021. doi: 10.3310/alert_46577

Connabeer, K. (2021) Lifestyle advice in UK Primary Care consultations: Doctors’ use of conditional forms of advice. Patient Education & Counseling

Barnes, R.K. & van der Scheer, I.Z. (2021) Conversation Analysis: Questioning patients about prior self-treatment. In: D. Hunt, G. Brookes (eds) Analysing Health Communication: Discourse Approaches (pp.19-48). London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Lian, O.S., Nettleton, S., Wifstad, A. & Dowrick, C. (2021) Modes of interaction in naturally occurring medical encounters with General Practitioners: The “One in a Million” study. Qualitative Health Research

Le Roux, E., Edwards, P., Sanderson, E., Barnes, R.K., Ridd, M. (2020) The content and conduct of GP consultations for dermatology problems: a cross-sectional study. British Journal of General Practice

Le Roux, E. (2020) Shared Decision Making and Self-Management support for adults with Dermatology Problems in routine primary care: a cross sectional study. MRes thesis, University of Manchester.

Martin, J., Watson, J. & Barnes, R.K. (2020) Shared decision-making about blood tests: secondary analysis of video-recorded primary care consultations. British Journal of General Practice

Ford, J., Thomas, F., Byng, R., McCabe, R. (2020) Asking about self-harm and suicide in primary care: Moral and practical dimensions. Patient Education and Counseling

Ford, J., Thomas, F., Byng, R., McCabe, R. (2020) Use of the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) in Practice: Interactions between patients and physicians. Qualitative Health Research

Parker, D. (2020) Developing an Intervention to Support GPs when Communicating with Patients with Emotional Concerns. PhD Thesis, University of Exeter.

Ford, J., Thomas, F., Byng, R., McCabe, R. (2019) Exploring how patients respond to GP recommendations for mental health treatment: an analysis of communication in primary care consultations. BJGP Open;3(4): bjgpopen19X101670.

Thomas, F., Hansford, L., Ford, J., Wyatt, K., McCabe, R., Byng, R. (2019) How accessible and acceptable are current GP referral mechanisms for IAPT for low-income patients? Lay and primary care perspectives. Journal of Mental Health

Connabeer, K. (2019) Lifestyle Advice in UK Primary Care Consultations. PhD thesis, Loughborough University.

Edwards, P., Ridd, M., Sanderson, E. & Barnes, R.K. (2019a) Safety-netting in routine primary care consultations: an observational study. British Journal of General Practice.

Edwards, P., Ridd, M., Sanderson, E. & Barnes, R.K. (2019b) Development of a tool for coding safety-netting behaviours in primary care consultations. British Journal of General Practice

Barnes, R.K. (2018) Preliminaries to Treatment Recommendations in UK Primary Care: A Vehicle for Shared Decision-Making? Health Communication, 33(11):1336-1376.

Jepson, M., Salisbury, C., Ridd, M., Metcalfe, C., Garside, L., & Barnes, R.K. (2017) The 'One in a Million' study: creating a database of UK primary care consultations. British Journal of General Practice, 67, e345-e35.

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