Her main research concerns Health care, Public relations, Public health, Health services research and Nursing. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Excellence, MEDLINE, Family medicine and Quality management. Her Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information technology, Organizational Case Studies and Population health.
Her Public health research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Negroid, Ethnic group, Gerontology and Mental health. Her work carried out in the field of Health services research brings together such families of science as Action research, Service and Negotiation. The Nursing study combines topics in areas such as Patient participation and Inpatient care.
Her primary scientific interests are in Health care, Nursing, Public relations, Health services research and Quality. Naomi Fulop has researched Health care in several fields, including Public health and Knowledge management. Naomi Fulop has included themes like Patient experience, Patient safety, Family medicine and Quality management in her Nursing study.
The concepts of her Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Corporate governance, Process and Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Health education and Health promotion in addition to Health policy. Her Psychological intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Stroke, MEDLINE, Emergency medicine and Confidence interval.
Naomi Fulop mostly deals with Health care, Quality, Public relations, Nursing and Quality management. Her Health care study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Systematic review, Service and Knowledge management. Her studies in Quality integrate themes in fields like Corporate governance, Public involvement, Process and Environmental economics.
Her Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Nursing research, Health informatics, Focus and Politics. Naomi Fulop interconnects Centre for Reviews and Dissemination, Test, Service and MEDLINE in the investigation of issues within Nursing. Her Health services research research incorporates elements of Citizen journalism, Research ethics, Health administration and Health policy.
Health care, Quality, MEDLINE, Nursing and Quality management are her primary areas of study. Her Health care research focuses on Patient safety and Health services research. Her studies deal with areas such as Corporate governance, Process and Public relations as well as Quality.
Her MEDLINE research includes elements of Psychological intervention and Response rate. Her research in Nursing intersects with topics in Acute hospital, Qualitative feedback, National health service and Set. The various areas that she examines in her Quality management study include Citizen journalism, Organization development, Knowledge management and Negotiation.
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Systematic review of involving patients in the planning and development of health care
Mike J Crawford;Deborah Rutter;Catherine Manley;Timothy Weaver.
An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
Trisha Greenhalgh;Ellen Annandale;Richard Ashcroft;James Barlow.
Patients or partners? Case studies of user involvement in the planning and delivery of adult mental health services in London
Deborah Rutter;Catherine Manley;Tim Weaver;Mike J Crawford.
Social Science & Medicine (2004)
Process and impact of mergers of NHS trusts: multicentre case study and management cost analysis
Naomi Fulop;Gerasimos Protopsaltis;Andrew Hutchings;Annette King.
Studying the Organisation and Delivery of Health Services: Research Methods
Naomi Fulop;Paul Allen;A Clarke;N Black.
Impact of centralising acute stroke services in English metropolitan areas on mortality and length of hospital stay: difference-in-differences analysis
Stephen Morris;Rachael M Hunter;Angus I G Ramsay;Ruth Boaden.
Challenges to implementing the national programme for information technology (NPfIT): a qualitative study
Jane Hendy;Barnaby C Reeves;Naomi Fulop;Andrew Hutchings.
On being a good listener: setting priorities for applied health services research.
Jonathan Lomas;Naomi Fulop;Diane Gagnon;Pauline Allen.
Milbank Quarterly (2003)
User involvement in the planning and delivery of mental health services: a cross-sectional survey of service users and providers.
M. J. Crawford;T. Aldridge;K. Bhui;D. Rutter.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica (2003)
Changing organisations: a study of the context and processes of mergers of health care providers in England.
Naomi Fulop;Gerasimos Protopsaltis;Annette King;Pauline Allen.
Social Science & Medicine (2005)
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