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Publications:  Dr Megan Clinch

Greenhough B, Read CJ, Lorimer J, Lezaun J, McLeod C, Benezra A, Bloomfield S, Brown T et al.(2020). Setting the agenda for social science research on the human microbiome. Palgrave Communications vol. 6, (1) Article 18,
Forbes G, Loudon K, Clinch M, Taylor SJC, Treweek S, Eldridge S(2019). Improving the relevance of randomised trials to primary care: a qualitative study investigating views towards pragmatic trials and the PRECIS-2 tool. Trials vol. 20, (1) 711-711.
Napier J, Clinch M(2019). Job strain and retirement decisions in UK general practice. Occupational Medicine vol. 69, (5) 336-341.
Ong SE, Clinch M, Mathur R, Perel P, Chia KS, Legido-Quigley H, Finer S (2019). Improving Type 2 Diabetes prevention and care in England - what can healthcare transformation achieve?: A qualitative study. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTEGRATED CARE. vol. 19,
CLINCH ML, SHAW S, ASHCROFT R, SWINGLEHURST D(2018). Liminality in Practice: A Case study in Life Sciences Research. BioSocieties
Albor C, Colligan G, Clinch M, Finer S (2018). Developing a system-based methodology to map opportunities for Type 2 diabetes prevention in a high-risk community. DIABETIC MEDICINE. vol. 35, 192-192.
Forbes G, Loudon K, Clinch M, Taylor SJC, Treweek S, Eldridge S (2017). Maximising the relevance of randomised trials to primary care. vol. 18,
CLINCH ML, Motzkau JF(2017). Managing suspended transition in medicine and law: Liminal hotspots as resources for change. Theory and Psychology vol. 27, (2) 270-289.
Clinch M(2015). Managed Lives: Psychoanalysis, Inner Security and the Social Order. SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION vol. 49, (3) 597-598.
Greenhalgh T, Clinch M, Afsar N, Choudhury Y, Sudra R, Campbell-Richards D, Claydon A, Hitman GA et al.(2015). Socio-cultural influences on the behaviour of South Asian women with diabetes in pregnancy: Qualitative study using a multi-level theoretical approach. BMC Medicine vol. 13, (1)
Clinch M, Benson J(2013). Making information 'relevant': general practitioner judgments and the production of patient involvement. Soc Sci Med vol. 96, 104-111.
Cohn S, Clinch M, Bunn C, Stronge P(2013). Entangled complexity: why complex interventions are just not complicated enough. J Health Serv Res Policy vol. 18, (1) 40-43.
Crockett RA, Sutton S, Walter FM, Clinch M, Marteau TM, Benson J(2011). Impact on decisions to start or continue medicines of providing information to patients about possible benefits and/or harms: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Medical Decision Making vol. 31, (5) 767-777.
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