Wendy Lipworth
Wendy Lipworth
Verified email at sydney.edu.au
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Beliefs and beyond: what can we learn from qualitative studies of lay people’s understandings of cancer risk?
WL Lipworth, HM Davey, SM Carter, C Hooker, W Hu
Health Expectations 13 (2), 113-124, 2010
Can the theoretical domains framework account for the implementation of clinical quality interventions?
W Lipworth, N Taylor, J Braithwaite
BMC health services research 13 (1), 530, 2013
Tissue donation to biobanks: a review of sociological studies
W Lipworth, R Forsyth, I Kerridge
Sociology of health & illness 33 (5), 792-811, 2011
Journal peer review in context: a qualitative study of the social and subjective dimensions of manuscript review in biomedical publishing
WL Lipworth, IH Kerridge, SM Carter, M Little
Social science & medicine 72 (7), 1056-1063, 2011
Ethics and epistemology in big data research
W Lipworth, PH Mason, I Kerridge, JPA Ioannidis
Journal of bioethical inquiry 14 (4), 489-500, 2017
Balance, balancing, and health
WL Lipworth, C Hooker, SM Carter
Qualitative Health Research 21 (5), 714-725, 2011
Consent in crisis: the need to reconceptualize consent to tissue banking research
W Lipworth, R Ankeny, I Kerridge
Internal Medicine Journal 36 (2), 124-128, 2006
Use of NSAIDs for osteoarthritis amongst older-aged primary care patients: engagement with information and perceptions of risk
TY Milder, KM Williams, JE Ritchie, WL Lipworth, RO Day
Age and ageing 40 (2), 254-259, 2011
Values‐based medicine and modest foundationalism
M Little, W Lipworth, J Gordon, P Markham, I Kerridge
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 18 (5), 1020-1026, 2012
Applying the theoretical domains framework to identify barriers and targeted interventions to enhance nurses’ use of electronic medication management systems in two Australian …
D Debono, N Taylor, W Lipworth, D Greenfield, J Travaglia, D Black, ...
Implementation Science 12 (1), 42, 2017
An empirical reappraisal of public trust in biobanking research: rethinking restrictive consent requirements
W Lipworth, B Morrell, R Irvine, I Kerridge
Thomson Reuters, 2009
If we don’t talk about value, cancer drugs will become terminal for health systems
N Ghinea, I Kerridge, W Lipworth
The Conversation, 2015
Health Journalists' perceptions of their professional roles and responsibilities for ensuring the veracity of reports of health research
R Forsyth, B Morrell, W Lipworth, I Kerridge, CFC Jordens, S Chapman
Journal of Mass Media Ethics 27 (2), 130-141, 2012
Importation of generic hepatitis C therapies: bridging the gap between price and access in high-income countries
N Ghinea, W Lipworth, R Day, A Hill, GJ Dore, M Danta
The Lancet 389 (10075), 1268-1272, 2017
Cancer as rubbish: donation of tumor tissue for research
B Morrell, W Lipworth, R Axler, I Kerridge, M Little
Qualitative health research 21 (1), 75-84, 2011
The deadly business of an unregulated global stem cell industry
T Lysaght, W Lipworth, T Hendl, I Kerridge, TL Lee, M Munsie, C Waldby, ...
Journal of medical ethics 43 (11), 744-746, 2017
“It looks after me”: how older patients make decisions about analgesics for osteoarthritis
TY Milder, WL Lipworth, KM Williams, JE Ritchie, RO Day
Arthritis care & research 63 (9), 1280-1286, 2011
Why might people donate tissue for cancer research? Insights from organ/tissue/blood donation and clinical research
RE Axler, R Irvine, W Lipworth, B Morrell, IH Kerridge
Pathobiology 75 (6), 323-329, 2008
Australian general practitioner attitudes to clinical practice guidelines and some implications for translating osteoarthritis care into practice
M Basedow, WB Runciman, W Lipworth, A Esterman
Australian Journal of Primary Health 22 (5), 403-408, 2016
Shifting power relations and the ethics of journal peer review
W Lipworth, I Kerridge
Social epistemology 25 (1), 97-121, 2011
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