Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Fellow of The Academy of Medical Sciences, United Kingdom
His primary scientific interests are in Health care, Qualitative research, Management science, Patient safety and Quality management. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality, Data collection, Knowledge management and Risk management, Risk identification. Mary Dixon-Woods is interested in Grounded theory, which is a branch of Qualitative research.
His Management science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Research design, Meta-Analysis as Topic, Set and Value. His studies deal with areas such as Nursing, Psychological intervention and Process as well as Quality management. In his research on the topic of Medical education, MEDLINE is strongly related with Randomized controlled trial.
Mary Dixon-Woods focuses on Qualitative research, Health care, Nursing, Public relations and Patient safety. The study incorporates disciplines such as Health services research, Systematic review, Informed consent and Medical education in addition to Qualitative research. His Health care research integrates issues from Quality, Quality management, Data collection, MEDLINE and Risk analysis.
His research in Quality management intersects with topics in Process and Knowledge management. His work is connected to Psychological intervention and Referral, as a part of Nursing. Mary Dixon-Woods has researched Public relations in several fields, including Law, Accountability and Research ethics.
Mary Dixon-Woods mainly focuses on Qualitative research, Health care, Quality management, Public relations and Quality. His work carried out in the field of Qualitative research brings together such families of science as Nursing, Health services research and Medical education. His work on Health administration as part of general Health care study is frequently connected to Contrast, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
In Quality management, Mary Dixon-Woods works on issues like Data collection, which are connected to Thematic analysis and Process. Mary Dixon-Woods combines subjects such as Employee voice, Risk analysis, Patient safety and MEDLINE with his study of Quality. His studies in Grounded theory integrate themes in fields like Organizing principle, Data sharing, Program evaluation and Knowledge management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Health care, MEDLINE, Quality, Public relations and Qualitative research. His Health care study combines topics in areas such as Nursing, Risk analysis and Quality assurance. His MEDLINE research includes elements of Patient safety, Work engagement, Disruptive behavior, Employee voice and Quality management.
His Public relations research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Openness to experience, National health service and Social perception. His research integrates issues of Multidisciplinary approach, Data collection, Health services research, Task and Medical education in his study of Qualitative research. His study in Health services research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Organizing principle, Knowledge management, Program evaluation, Grounded theory and Health informatics.
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Better reporting of interventions: template for intervention description and replication (TIDieR) checklist and guide
Tammy C Hoffmann;Paul P Glasziou;Isabelle Boutron;Ruairidh Milne.
Synthesising qualitative and quantitative evidence: A review of possible methods:
Mary Dixon-Woods;Shona Agarwal;David Jones;Bridget Young.
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy (2005)
Conducting a critical interpretive synthesis of the literature on access to healthcare by vulnerable groups
Mary Dixon-Woods;Debbie Cavers;Shona Agarwal;Ellen Annandale.
BMC Medical Research Methodology (2006)
How can systematic reviews incorporate qualitative research? A critical perspective:
Mary Dixon-Woods;Sheila Bonas;Andrew Booth;David R. Jones.
Qualitative Research (2006)
The problem of appraising qualitative research
Mary Dixon-Woods;Rachel L. Shaw;Shona Agarwal;Jonathan A. Smith.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2004)
Synthesising qualitative and quantitative evidence: A review of possible methods
M Dixon-Woods;S Agarwal;D Jones;A Sutton.
Explaining Michigan: Developing an Ex Post Theory of a Quality Improvement Program
Mary Dixon-Woods;Charles L. Bosk;Emma Louise Aveling;Christine A. Goeschel.
Milbank Quarterly (2011)
Appraising qualitative research for inclusion in systematic reviews: a quantitative and qualitative comparison of three methods
Mary Dixon-Woods;Alex Sutton;Rachel L. Shaw;Tina Miller.
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy (2007)
Demystifying theory and its use in improvement
Frank Davidoff;Mary Dixon-Woods;Laura C. Leviton;Susan Michie.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2015)
Ten challenges in improving quality in healthcare: lessons from the Health Foundation's programme evaluations and relevant literature.
Mary Dixon-Woods;Sarah McNicol;Graham Martin.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2012)
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