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Hedlund, Marianne, Landstad, Bodil and Tritter, Jonathan Q (2019). The disciplining of Self-Help:Doing self-help the Norwegian way. Social science and medicine, 225 , pp. 34-41.

Fredriksson, Mio and Tritter, Jonathan Q (2018). Getting involved:The extent and impact of patient and public involvement in the Swedish health system. Health Economics, Policy and Law , (In Press)

Fredriksson, Mio, Eriksson, Max and Tritter, Jonathan Q (2017). Involvement that makes an impact on healthcare:Perceptions of the Swedish public. Scandinavian journal of public health, Novemb ,

Fredriksson, Mio, Eriksson, Max and Tritter, Jonathan (2017). Who wants to be involved in health care decisions? Comparing preferences for individual and collective involvement in England and Sweden. BMC Public Health, 18 ,

Fredriksson, Mio and Tritter, Jonathan Q. (2017). Disentangling patient and public involvement in healthcare decisions:why the difference matters. Sociology of health and illness, 39 (1), 95–111.

Tritter, Jonathan Q. (2011). Public and patient participation in health care and health policy in the United Kingdom. Health Expectations, 14 (2), pp. 220-223.

Vuori, Jari, Kylänen, Marika and Tritter, Jonathan (2010). Transfer of patients from health care centres to special care services:analysis of travel distances in Nordic countries. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, 69 (5), pp. 512-518.

Tritter, Jonathan Q. (2009). Revolution or evolution:the challenges of conceptualizing patient and public involvement in a consumerist world. Health Expectations, 12 (3), pp. 275-287.

Daykin, N., Sanidas, M., Tritter, J., Rimmer, J. and Evans, S. (2004). Developing user involvement in a UK cancer network:professionals’ and users’ perspectives. Critical Public Health, 14 (3), pp. 277-294.

Evans, S., Tritter, J., Barley, V., Daykin, N., Mcneill, J., Palmer, N., Rimmer, J., Sanidas, M. and Turton, P. (2003). User involvement in UK cancer services:bridging the policy gap. European Journal of Cancer Care, 12 (4), pp. 331-338.

Lester, Helen, Tritter, Jonathan Q. and England, Elizabeth (2003). Satisfaction with primary care:the perspectives of people with schizophrenia. Family Practice, 20 (5), pp. 508-513.

Tritter, J.Q., Barley, V., Daykin, N., Evans, S., McNeill, Judith, Rimmer, James, Sanidas, M. and Turton, Pat (2003). Divided care and the Third Way:user involvement in statutory and voluntary sector cancer services. Sociology of health and illness, 25 (5), pp. 429-456.

Daykin, N., Sanidas, M., Barley, V., Evans, S., McNeill, J., Palmer, N., Rimmer, J., Tritter, J. and Turton, P. (2002). Developing consensus and interprofessional working in cancer services:the case of user involvement. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 16 (4), pp. 405-406.

Tritter, J.Q. and Calnan, M. (2002). Cancer as a chronic illness? Reconsidering categorization and exploring experience. European Journal of Cancer Care, 11 (3), pp. 161-165.

Entwistle, V., Tritter, J.Q. and Calnan, M. (2002). Researching experiences of cancer:the importance of methodology. European Journal of Cancer Care, 11 (3), pp. 232-237.

Book Section

Tritter, Jonathan (2004). Negotiating access and establishing expertise. IN: Reflections on research. Hallowell, Nina; Lawton, Julia and Gregory, Susan (eds) Maidenhead (UK): OUP.

Book

Tritter, Jonathan, Daykin, Norma, Evans, Simon and Sanidas, Michail (2003). Improving cancer services through patient involvement. Radcliffe.

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