Potter JL, Burman M, Tweed CD, Vaghela D, Kunst H, Swinglehurst D, Griffiths CJ(2020). The NHS visitor and migrant cost recovery programme - A threat to health?. BMC Public Health vol. 20, (1)
Fudge N, Swinglehurst D (2020). "Doing safety" in community pharmacy: An ethnographic study. PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY AND DRUG SAFETY. vol. 29, 13-14.
Younie L, Swinglehurst D(2020). Creative enquiry and the clinical encounter. Br J Gen Pract vol. 70, (690) 26-27.
Swinglehurst D, Iedema R(2019). Video-reflexive Ethnography in health research and healthcare improvement: theory and application. HEALTH SOCIOLOGY REVIEW vol. 28, (3) 339-340.
Younie L, Swinglehurst D(2019). Creative enquiry and reflective general practice. Br J Gen Pract vol. 69, (686) 446-447.
Swinglehurst D, Fudge N(2019). Addressing the polypharmacy challenge in older people with multimorbidity (APOLLO-MM): Study protocol for an in-depth ethnographic case study in primary care. BMJ Open vol. 9, (8)
Armstrong N, Swinglehurst D(2018). Understanding medical overuse: the case of problematic polypharmacy and the potential of ethnography. Fam Pract vol. 35, (5) 526-527.
Swinglehurst D, Atkins S(2018). When 'yes' means 'no': why the small details of clinical interactions matter. Br J Gen Pract vol. 68, (674) 410-411.
CLINCH ML, SHAW S, ASHCROFT R, SWINGLEHURST D(2018). Liminality in Practice: A Case study in Life Sciences Research. BioSocieties
Potter J, White V, Swinglehurst D, Griffiths C (2018). Did migrants with tuberculosis in the UK know their condition was exempt from charges?. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH. vol. 28, 159-159.
Potter JL, Burman M, Tweed C, Vanghuela D, White VLC, Swinglehurst D, Griffiths CJ, Kunst H (2017). HAVE RECENT CHANGES TO HEALTH POLICIES INCREASED DIAGNOSTIC DELAY AMONGST MIGRANT PATIENTS WITH ACTIVE TB?. THORAX. vol. 72, A20-A20.
Casey M, Shaw S, SWINGLEHURST D(2017). Experiences with online consultation systems in primary care: case study of one early adopter site. British Journal of General Practice
Swinglehurst D, Fudge N(2017). The polypharmacy challenge: time for a new script?. Br J Gen Pract vol. 67, (662) 388-389.
Dowrick C, Heath I, Hjorleifsson S, Misselbrook D, May C, Reeve J, SWINGLEHURST D, Toon P(2016). Recovering the self: a manifesto for primary care. BJGP vol. 66, 582-583.
Walumbe J, Swinglehurst D, Shaw S(2016). Any qualified provider: a qualitative case study of one community NHS Trust's response. BMJ Open vol. 6, (2)
Greenhalgh T, Annandale E, Ashcroft R, Barlow J, Black N, Bleakley A, Boaden R, Braithwaite J et al.(2016). An open letter to the BMJ editors on qualitative research. BMJ (Online) vol. 352,
Swinglehurst D, Emmerich N, Maybin J, Park S, Quilligan S(2015). Confronting the quality paradox: Towards new characterisations of 'quality' in contemporary healthcare Quality, performance, safety and outcomes the Many Meanings of 'Quality' in Healthcare. BMC Health Services Research vol. 15, (1)
Swinglehurst D, Emmerich N, Maybin J, Park S, Quilligan S(2015). Confronting the quality paradox: Towards new characterisations of 'quality' in contemporary healthcare. BMC Health Services Research vol. 15, (1)
Emmerich N, Swinglehurst D, Maybin J, Park S, Quilligan S(2015). Caring for quality of care: symbolic violence and the bureaucracies of audit. BMC medical ethics vol. 16,
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T(2015). Caring for the patient, caring for the record: an ethnographic study of 'back office' work in upholding quality of care in general practice. BMC Health Serv Res vol. 15,
Greenhalgh T, Swinglehurst D, Stones R(2014). Rethinking resistance to ‘big IT’: a sociological study of why and when healthcare staff do not use nationally mandated information and communication technologies. Health Services and Delivery Research vol. 2, (39) 1-86.
Swinglehurst D(2014). Displays of authority in the clinical consultation: a linguistic ethnographic study of the electronic patient record. Soc Sci Med vol. 118, 17-26.
Swinglehurst D, Roberts C, Li S, Weber O, Singy P(2014). Beyond the 'dyad': a qualitative re-evaluation of the changing clinical consultation. BMJ Open vol. 4, (9)
Russell J, Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T(2014). 'Cosmetic boob jobs' or evidence-based breast surgery: an interpretive policy analysis of the rationing of 'low value' treatments in the English National Health Service. BMC Health Serv Res vol. 14,
Swinglehurst D, Emmerich N, Maybin J, Park S, Quilligan S(2014). Rethinking 'quality' in health care. J Health Serv Res Policy vol. 19, (2) 65-66.
Dhedhi SA, Swinglehurst D, Russell J(2014). 'Timely' diagnosis of dementia: what does it mean? A narrative analysis of GPs' accounts. BMJ Open vol. 4, (3)
Greenhalgh T, Stones R, Swinglehurst D(2014). Choose and Book: a sociological analysis of 'resistance' to an expert system. Soc Sci Med vol. 104, 210-219.
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Roberts C(2012). Computer templates in chronic disease management: ethnographic case study in general practice. BMJ Open vol. 2, (6)
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Myall M(2011). Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study. BRIT MED J vol. 343, Article d6788,
Greenhalgh T, Swinglehurst D(2011). Studying technology use as social practice: the untapped potential of ethnography. BMC Med vol. 9,
SWINGLEHURST D, Roberts C, Greenhalgh T(2011). Opening up the "black box" of the electronic patient record: a linguistic ethnographic study in general practice. Communication and Medicine vol. 8, (1) 3-15.
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Myall M(2011). Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study. BMJ vol. 343,
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Myall M, Russell J(2010). Ethnographic study of ICT-supported collaborative work routines in general practice. BMC Health Serv Res vol. 10,
Greenhalgh T, Potts HWW, Wong G, Bark P, Swinglehurst D(2009). Tensions and paradoxes in electronic patient record research: a systematic literature review using the meta-narrative method. Milbank Q vol. 87, (4) 729-788.
Swinglehurst D, Russell J, Greenhalgh T(2008). Peer observation of teaching in the online environment: an action research approach. J COMPUT ASSIST LEAR vol. 24, (5) 383-393.
Russell J, Elton L, Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T(2006). Using the online environment in assessment for learning: a case-study of a web-based course in primary care. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education vol. 31, (4) 465-478.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Swinglehurst D(2005). Narrative methods in quality improvement research. Qual Saf Health Care vol. 14, (6) 443-449.
Swinglehurst D(2005). Evidence-based guidelines: the theory and the practice. Evidence-based Healthcare and Public Health vol. 9, (4) 308-314.
Swinglehurst D(2005). Information needs of United Kingdom primary care clinicians. Health Information and Libraries Journal vol. 22, (3)
Greenhalgh T, Hughes J, Humphrey C, Rogers S, Swinglehurst D, Martin P(2002). A comparative case study of two models of a clinical informaticist service. BMJ vol. 324, (7336) 524-529.
Swinglehurst D, Pierce M, Fuller JC(2001). A clinical informaticist to support primary care decision making. Quality in Health Care vol. 10, (4) 245-249.
Swinglehurst D, Pierce M(2000). Questioning in General Practice - a tool for change. British Journal of General Practice vol. 50, (458) 747-750.