Karen Willis
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Generating best evidence from qualitative research: the role of data analysis
J Green, K Willis, E Hughes, R Small, N Welch, L Gibbs, J Daly
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (6), 545-550, 2007
A hierarchy of evidence for assessing qualitative health research
J Daly, K Willis, R Small, J Green, N Welch, M Kealy, E Hughes
Journal of clinical epidemiology 60 (1), 43-49, 2007
What have sampling and data collection got to do with good qualitative research?
L Gibbs, M Kealy, K Willis, J Green, N Welch, J Daly
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (6), 540-544, 2007
Analysing qualitative data
K Willis
Comparing satisfaction and burnout between caseload and standard care midwives: findings from two cross-sectional surveys conducted in Victoria, Australia
MS Newton, HL McLachlan, KF Willis, DA Forster
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 14 (1), 1-16, 2014
Perils and possibilities: achieving best evidence from focus groups in public health research
K Willis, J Green, J Daly, L Williamson, M Bandyopadhyay
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 33 (2), 131-136, 2009
The essential role of social theory in qualitative public health research
K Willis, J Daly, M Kealy, R Small, G Koutroulis, J Green, L Gibbs, ...
Australian and New Zealand journal of public health 31 (5), 438-443, 2007
Women's experiences of cognitive changes or ‘chemobrain’following treatment for breast cancer: A role for occupational therapy?
L Player, L Mackenzie, K Willis, SY Loh
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 61 (4), 230-240, 2014
Healthcare choice: Bourdieu’s capital, habitus and field
FM Collyer, KF Willis, M Franklin, K Harley, SD Short
Current Sociology 63 (5), 685-699, 2015
Exploring implementation and sustainability of models of care: can theory help?
DA Forster, M Newton, HL McLachlan, K Willis
BMC Public Health 11 (5), 1-10, 2011
Patients’ and healthcare professionals’ perceptions of self-management support interactions: systematic review and qualitative synthesis
M Franklin, S Lewis, K Willis, H Bourke-Taylor, L Smith
Chronic illness 14 (2), 79-103, 2018
Understanding the ‘work’of caseload midwives: a mixed-methods exploration of two caseload midwifery models in Victoria, Australia
MS Newton, HL McLachlan, DA Forster, KF Willis
Women and Birth 29 (3), 223-233, 2016
Women's use of complementary and alternative medicine for fertility enhancement: a review of the literature
JA Rayner, K Willis, R Burgess
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 17 (8), 685-690, 2011
The COVID-19 crisis
D Lupton, K Willis
Social Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2021
Gatekeepers in the healthcare sector: Knowledge and Bourdieu's concept of field
FM Collyer, KF Willis, S Lewis
Social Science & Medicine 186, 96-103, 2017
Living well? Strategies used by women living with metastatic breast cancer
S Lewis, K Willis, J Yee, S Kilbreath
Qualitative health research 26 (9), 1167-1179, 2016
Cultural influences on exercise participation and fall prevention: a systematic review and narrative synthesis
H Jang, L Clemson, M Lovarini, K Willis, SR Lord, C Sherrington
Disability and rehabilitation 38 (8), 724-732, 2016
The experience of living with metastatic breast cancer—a review of the literature
K Willis, S Lewis, F Ng, L Wilson
Health care for women international 36 (5), 514-542, 2015
Constructing health consumers: Private health insurance discourses in Australia and the United Kingdom
K Harley, K Willis, J Gabe, SD Short, F Collyer, K Natalier, M Calnan
Health Sociology Review 20 (3), 306-320, 2011
‘Without hope everything would be doom and gloom’: young people talk about the importance of hope in their lives
EC Bishop, K Willis
Journal of youth studies 17 (6), 778-793, 2014
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