Kristian Pollock
Kristian Pollock
Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Nottingham
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A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative research on the role and effectiveness of written information available to patients about individual medicines
DKT Raynor, A Blenkinsopp, PR Knapp, J Grime, DJ Nicolson, K Pollock, ...
Health Technology Assessment 11 (5), 1-177, 2007
Parents’ information needs about the treatment of their chronically ill child: a qualitative study
A Hummelinck, K Pollock
Patient education and counseling 62 (2), 228-234, 2006
On the nature of social stress: Production of a modern mythology
K Pollock
Social science & medicine 26 (3), 381-392, 1988
Is home always the best and preferred place of death?
K Pollock
Bmj 351, 2015
Primary carePatients' perceptions of entitlement to time in general practice consultations for depression: qualitative studyCommentary: Managing time appropriately in primary care
K Pollock, D Mechanic, J Grime
Bmj 325 (7366), 687, 2002
The role and value of written information for patients about individual medicines: a systematic review
J Grime, A Blenkinsopp, DK Raynor, K Pollock, P Knapp
Health Expectations 10 (3), 286-298, 2007
Procedure versus process: ethical paradigms and the conduct of qualitative research
K Pollock
BMC medical ethics 13 (1), 1-12, 2012
After you: conversations between patients and healthcare professionals in planning for end of life care
K Almack, K Cox, N Moghaddam, K Pollock, J Seymour
BMC palliative care 11 (1), 1-10, 2012
Communication between family carers and health professionals about end-of-life care for older people in the acute hospital setting: a qualitative study
G Caswell, K Pollock, R Harwood, D Porock
BMC palliative care 14 (1), 1-14, 2015
The contribution of the Medicines Use Review (MUR) consultation to counseling practice in community pharmacies
A Latif, K Pollock, HF Boardman
Patient education and counseling 83 (3), 336-344, 2011
Characteristics of mental health recovery narratives: systematic review and narrative synthesis
J Llewellyn-Beardsley, S Rennick-Egglestone, F Callard, P Crawford, ...
PloS one 14 (3), e0214678, 2019
Advance care planning: a systematic review about experiences of patients with a life-threatening or life-limiting illness
M Zwakman, LJ Jabbarian, JJM van Delden, A van der Heide, IJ Korfage, ...
Palliative medicine 32 (8), 1305-1321, 2018
Callers’ experiences of contacting a national suicide prevention helpline: Report of an online survey.
CM Coveney, K Pollock, S Armstrong, J Moore
Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 33 (6), 313, 2012
Attitude of mind as a means of resisting illness
K Pollock
Worlds of illness, 61-82, 2002
Understanding the patient perspective of the English community pharmacy Medicines Use Review (MUR)
A Latif, HF Boardman, K Pollock
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 9 (6), 949-957, 2013
Concordance in Medical Consultations
K Pollock
A Critical Review. Oxon: Radcliffe, 2005
Meeting the information needs of psychiatric inpatients: staff and patient perspectives
K Pollock, J Grime, E Baker, K Mantala
Journal of Mental Health 13 (4), 389-401, 2004
Adherence support strategies for exercise interventions in people with mild cognitive impairment and dementia: A systematic review
V van der Wardt, J Hancox, D Gondek, P Logan, R das Nair, K Pollock, ...
Preventive medicine reports 7, 38-45, 2017
Advance care planning–a multi-centre cluster randomised clinical trial: the research protocol of the ACTION study
JAC Rietjens, IJ Korfage, L Dunleavy, NJ Preston, LJ Jabbarian, ...
BMC cancer 16 (1), 1-8, 2016
Public attitudes to death and dying in the UK: a review of published literature
K Cox, L Bird, A Arthur, S Kennedy, K Pollock, A Kumar, W Stanton, ...
BMJ supportive & palliative care 3 (1), 37-45, 2013
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