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Shaw, Rachel L.; Holland, Carol; Pattison, Helen M. and Cooke, Richard (2016). Patients’ perceptions and experiences of cardiovascular disease and diabetes prevention programmes:a systematic review and framework synthesis using the Theoretical Domains Framework. Social science and medicine, 156 , pp. 192-203.

Maidment, Ian D.; Shaw, Rachel L.; Killick, Kirsty; Damery, Sarah; Hilton, Andrea; Wilcock, Jane; Barnes, Nigel; Brown, Graeme; Gillespie, Sarah; Fox, Chris; Barton, Garry; Iliffe, Steve and Seare, Nichola (2016). Improving the management of behaviour that challenges associated with dementia in care homes:protocol for pharmacy-health psychology intervention feasibility study. BMJ Open, 6 (3),

Burton, Amy E.; Gibson, Jonathan M. and Shaw, Rachel L. (2016). How do older people with sight loss manage their general health? A qualitative study. Disability and Rehabilitation, Latest ,

Borg Xuereb, Christian; Shaw, Rachel L. and Lane, Deirdre A. (2016). Patients' and physicians' experiences of atrial fibrillation consultations and anticoagulation decision-making:a multi-perspective IPA design. Psychology and Health, 31 (4), pp. 436-455.

Burton, Amy E.; Shaw, Rachel L. and Gibson, Jonathan M. (2015). Living together with age related macular degeneration:an interpretative phenomenological analysis of sense-making within a dyadic relationship. Journal of Health Psychology, 20 (10), pp. 1285-1295.

Hudson, Adrienne P.; Duncan, Heather P.; Pattison, Helen M. and Shaw, Rachel L. (2015). Developing an intervention to equip nurses for acute life threatening events (ALTEs) in hospital:a phenomenological approach to healthcare research. Health Psychology, 34 (4), pp. 361-370.

Jowett, Adam; Peel, Elizabeth and Shaw, Rachel L. (2011). Online interviewing in psychology: reflections on the process. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 8 (4), pp. 354-369.

Shaw, Rachel L. (2011). Women's experiential journey toward voluntary childlessness. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 21 (2), pp. 151-163.

Shaw, Rachel L. (2010). Embedding reflexivity within experiential qualitative psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 7 (3), pp. 233-243.

Shaw, Rachel L. (2010). On being thrown into phenomenological research: a book review of J.A. Smith, P. Flowers & M. Larkin (2009) Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis: Theory, method and research. London: Sage. Journal of Health Psychology, 15 (2), pp. 310-312.

Giles, David; Shaw, Rachel L. and Morgan, William (2009). Representations of voluntary childlessness in the UK Press, 1990-2008. Journal of Health Psychology, 14 (8), pp. 1218-1228.

Giles, David and Shaw, Rachel L. (2009). The psychology of news influence and development of Media Framing Analysis. Social and personality psychology compass, 3 (4), pp. 375-393.

Shaw, Rachel L. and Giles, David C. (2009). Motherhood on ice? A media framing analysis of older mothers in the UK news. Psychology and Health, 24 (2), pp. 221-236.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Dyson, Phillip O. and Peel, Elizabeth A. (2008). Qualitative psychology at M level: a dialogue between learner and teacher. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 5 (3), pp. 179-191.

Senior, Carl; Smyth, Hannah; Cooke, Richard; Shaw, Rachel L. and Peel, Elizabeth A. (2007). Mapping the mind for the modern market researcher. Qualitative Market Research, 10 (2), pp. 153-167.

Cooke, Richard; Peel, Elizabeth; Shaw, Rachel L. and Senior, Carl (2007). The neuroimaging research process from the participants' perspective. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 63 (2), pp. 152-158.

Dixon-Woods, Mary; Sutton, Alex; Shaw, Rachel L.; Miller, Tina; Smith, Jonathan; Young, Bridget; Bonas, Sheila; Booth, Andrew and Jones, David R. (2007). Appraising qualitative research for inclusion in systematic reviews:A quantitative and qualitative comparison of three methods. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 12 (1), pp. 42-47.

Dixon-Woods, Mary; Bonas, Sheila; Booth, Andrew; Jones, David R.; Miller, Tina; Shaw, Rachel L.; Smith, Jonathan A.; Sutton, Alex and Young, Bridget (2006). How can systematic reviews incorporate qualitative research? A critical perspective. Qualitative Research, 6 (1), pp. 27-44.

Shaw, Rachel L. (2004). Making sense of violence: a study of narrative meaning. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 1 (2), pp. 131-151.

Dixon-Woods, Mary; Shaw, Rachel L.; Agarwal, Shona and Smith, Jonathan A. (2004). The problem of appraising qualitative research. Quality and Safety in Health Care, 13 , pp. 223-225.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Wallace, Louise and Bansal, Manvinder (2003). Is breast best? Perceptions of infant feeding. Community Practitioner, 76 (8), pp. 299-303.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Pattison, Helen M.; Holland, Carol and Cooke, Richard Be SMART:examining the experience of implementing the NHS Health Check in UK primary care. BMC Family Practice, 16 (1),

Shaw, Rachel L.; Whitehead, Claire and Giles, David "Crack down on the celebrity junkies": does media coverage of celebrity drug use pose a risk to young people? Health, Risk and Society, 12 (6), pp. 575-589.

Ockleford, Elizabeth; Shaw, Rachel L.; Willars, Janet and Dixon-Woods, Mary Education and self-management for people newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes: a qualitative study of patients' views. Chronic IIlness, 4 (1), pp. 28-37.

Taylor, Claire; Shaw, Rachel L.; Dale, Jeremy and French, David Enhancing delivery of health behaviour change interventions in primary care: a meta-synthesis of views and experiences of primary care nurses. Patient Education and Counseling, 85 (2), pp. 315-322.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Senior, Carl; Peel, Elizabeth A.; Cooke, Richard and Donnelly, Louise S. Ethical issues in neuroimaging health research:an IPA study with research participants. Journal of Health Psychology, 13 (8), pp. 1051-1059.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Larkin, Michael and Flowers, Paul Expanding the evidence within evidence-based healthcare:thinking about the context, acceptability and feasibility of interventions. Evidence-based Medicine, 19 (6), pp. 201-203.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Booth, Andrew; Sutton, Alex J.; Miller, Tina; Smith, Jonathan A.; Young, Bridget; Jones, David R. and Dixon-Woods, Mary Finding qualitative research: an evaluation of search strategies. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 4 ,

Atkinson, Lou; Shaw, Rachel L. and French, David P. Is pregnancy a teachable moment for diet and physical activity behaviour change? An interpretative phenomenological analysis of the experiences of women during their first pregnancy. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21 (4), pp. 842-858.

Smith, Laura J. and Shaw, Rachel L. Learning to live with Parkinson’s disease in the family unit:an interpretative phenomenological analysis of well-being. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, In pre ,

Shaw, Rachel L.; West, Karen; Hagger, Barbara and Holland, Carol A. Living well to the end:a phenomenological analysis of life in extra care housing. International Journal of Qualitative Studies on Health and Well-Being, 11 (1),

Coulson, Neil S. and Shaw, Rachel L. Nurturing health-related online support groups:exploring the experience of patient moderators. Computers in Human Behaviour, 29 (4), 1695–1701.

Xuereb, Christian Borg; Shaw, Rachel L.; Lip, Gregory Y.H. and Lane, Deirdre A. Oral anticoagulation in atrial fibrillation, the patients and physicians experiences of the consultation:a qualitative study. Thrombosis Research, 130 (Suppl.), S193.

Shaw, Rachel L.; Wallace, Louise; Cook, Michelle and Phillips, Anna Perceptions of the Breast-feeding Best Start project. Practising Midwife, 7 (1), pp. 20-24.

Altaf, S.; Oppenheimer, C.; Shaw, Rachel L.; Waugh, J. and Dixon-Woods, M. Practices and views on fetal heart monitoring:A structured observation and interview study. BJOG, 113 (4), pp. 409-418.

Eatough, Virginia; Smith, Jonathan A. and Shaw, Rachel L. Women, anger, and aggression an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23 (12), pp. 1767-1799.

Donnelly, Louise S.; Shaw, Rachel L. and van den Akker, Olga eHealth as a challenge to `expert' power: a focus group study of internet use for health information and management. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 101 (10), pp. 501-506.

Shaw, Rachel L. The future's bright: celebrating its achievements and preparing for the challenges ahead in IPA research. Health Psychology Review, 5 (1), pp. 28-33.

Xuereb, Christian Borg; Shaw, Rachel L.; Lip, Gregory Y.H. and Lane, Deirdre A. A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies exploring patients' and healthcare professionals views of atrial fibrillation and oral anticoagulant therapy. Thrombosis Research, 130 (Suppl.), S112-S113.

Book Section

Shaw, Rachel L. (2011). Identifying and synthesising qualitative literature. IN: Qualitative research methods in mental health and psychotherapy. Harper, David and Thompson, Andrew R. (eds) Wiley.

Shaw, Rachel L. (2011). Identifying and synthesizing qualitative literature. IN: Qualitative research methods in mental health and psychotherapy. Harper, David and Thompson, Andrew R. (eds) Chichester (UK): Wiley.

Shaw, Rachel L. Conducting literature reviews. IN: Doing qualitative research in psychology. Forrester, Mike (ed.) SAGE.

Shaw, Rachel L. QM2:interpretative phenomenological analysis. IN: Doing qualitative research in psychology. Forrester, Mike (ed.) SAGE.

Shaw, Rachel L. The lived experience of a qualitative health psychologist. IN: Health psychology in action. Forshaw, Mark and Sheffield, David (eds) Wiley.

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