- The relationship between GPs and hospital consultants and the implications for patient care: a qualitative studyRod Sampson
Cairn Medical Practice, 15 Culduthel Road, Inverness, IV2 4AG, Scotland
BMC Fam Pract 17:45. 2016..In a qualitative exploration of clinicians' relationship at the interface, we want to study how both GPs and hospital specialists regard and behave towards each other and how this may influence patient care...
- Sharing control of appointment length with patients in general practice: a qualitative studyRod Sampson
Postgraduate General Practice Education, North of Scotland, UK
Br J Gen Pract 63:e185-91. 2013..There is little published research into the impact, on both doctor and patient, of handing over responsibility for choosing appointment length to the patient...
- Parental reasons for non-uptake of influenza vaccination in young at-risk groups: a qualitative studyRod Sampson
Cairn Medical Practice and associate advisor North Deanery Scotland, Inverness, UK
Br J Gen Pract 61:e386-91. 2011..Uptake rates of influenza vaccination in young at-risk groups in primary care (UK) are known to be poor...
- Patients' perspectives on the medical primary-secondary care interface: systematic review and synthesis of qualitative researchRod Sampson
Cairn Medical Practice, Inverness, UK
BMJ Open 5:e008708. 2015..To synthesise the published literature on the patient experience of the medical primary-secondary care interface and to determine priorities for future work in this field aimed at improving clinical outcomes...