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Publications:  Dr Esther Murray

Walton M, Murray E, Christian MD(2020). Mental health care for medical staff and affiliated healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. European Heart Journal: Acute Cardiovascular Care vol. 9, (3) 241-247.
Murray E(2019). Moral injury and paramedic practice. Journal of Paramedic Practice: the clinical monthly for emergency care professionals vol. 11, (10) 424-425.
Constance J, Lusher J, MURRAY EL(2019). The Use of Smokeless Tobacco Among UK South Asian Communities. MOJ Addiction Medicine and Therapy vol. 6, (1)
Murray E, Krahé C, Goodsman D(2018). Are medical students in prehospital care at risk of moral injury?. Emerg Med J vol. 35, (10) 590-594.
MURRAY EL, Lusher J(2018). Contested Pain: Managing the Invisible Symptom. International Journal of Global Health vol. 1, (2)
MURRAY EL, Gidwani S(2018). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Emergency Medicine Residents: A Role for Moral Injury?. Annals of Emergency Medicine vol. 72, (3) 322-323.
CUSHING AM, MURRAY EL, Packham S (2018). Importance, Intentions and Behaviour: Predictors of exploring the patient's perspective.
MURRAY EL, Lusher J(2018). Leaps, Jumps and Hoops: from evaluating cardiac rehabilitation interventions to identifying causal factors underlying substance dependency. SAGE
Mackenzie J, Murray E, Lusher J(2018). Women's experiences of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain: A systematic review. Midwifery vol. 56, Article C, 102-111.
Lusher J, MURRAY EL, Chapman-Jones D(2017). Changing the way we think about wounds: A challenge for 21st century medical practice. International Wound Journal
Murray E, Kutzer Y, Lusher J(2016). Dentists’ experiences of dentally anxious patients in a specialist setting: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Health Psychology135910531666665-135910531666665.
Palmer T, Murray E(2016). “Christ offered salvation, and not an easy life”: How do port chaplains make sense of providing welfare for seafarers? An idiographic, phenomenological approach analysis. International Maritime Health vol. 67, (2) 117-124.
Lucas A, Murray E, Kinra S(2013). Heath Beliefs of UK South Asians Related to Lifestyle Diseases: A Review of Qualitative Literature. Journal of Obesity vol. 2013, 1-13.
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