Benjamin Saunders
Benjamin Saunders
Lecturer in Applied Health Research, Keele University
Bekræftet mail på keele.ac.uk
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Saturation in qualitative research: exploring its conceptualization and operationalization
B Saunders, J Sim, T Kingstone, S Baker, J Waterfield, B Bartlam, ...
Quality & quantity 52 (4), 1893-1907, 2018
21572018
Anonymising interview data: Challenges and compromise in practice
B Saunders, J Kitzinger, C Kitzinger
Qualitative Research 15 (5), 616-632, 2015
4222015
Can sample size in qualitative research be determined a priori?
J Sim, B Saunders, J Waterfield, T Kingstone
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 21 (5), 619-634, 2018
1502018
Participant anonymity in the internet age: from theory to practice
B Saunders, J Kitzinger, C Kitzinger
Qualitative research in psychology 12 (2), 125-137, 2015
842015
Stigma, deviance and morality in young adults' accounts of inflammatory bowel disease
B Saunders
Sociology of health & illness 36 (7), 1020-1036, 2014
482014
Keele Aches and Pains Study protocol: validity, acceptability, and feasibility of the Keele STarT MSK tool for subgrouping musculoskeletal patients in primary care
P Campbell, JC Hill, J Protheroe, EK Afolabi, M Lewis, R Beardmore, ...
Journal of pain research 9, 807, 2016
212016
The clinical and cost-effectiveness of stratified care for patients with sciatica: the SCOPiC randomised controlled trial protocol (ISRCTN75449581)
NE Foster, K Konstantinou, M Lewis, R Ogollah, KM Dunn, ...
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 18 (1), 1-15, 2017
152017
'Sometimes you've just got to have fun, haven't you?': The discursive construction of social drinking practices in young adults' accounts of chronic illness.
B Saunders
Communication & medicine 8 (1), 77-87, 2010
152010
‘It seems like you're going around in circles’: recurrent biographical disruption constructed through the past, present and anticipated future in the narratives of young adults …
B Saunders
Sociology of health & illness 39 (5), 726-740, 2017
132017
Stratified primary care versus non-stratified care for musculoskeletal pain: findings from the STarT MSK feasibility and pilot cluster randomized controlled trial
JC Hill, S Garvin, Y Chen, V Cooper, S Wathall, B Saunders, M Lewis, ...
BMC Family Practice 21 (1), 30, 2020
112020
Matching treatment options for risk sub-groups in musculoskeletal pain: a consensus groups study
J Protheroe, B Saunders, B Bartlam, KM Dunn, V Cooper, P Campbell, ...
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 20 (1), 271, 2019
72019
Patients' views on the causes of their polymyalgia rheumatica: a content analysis of data from the PMR Cohort Study
M Tshimologo, B Saunders, S Muller, CD Mallen, SL Hider
BMJ open 7 (1), 2017
72017
Biographical suspension and liminality of Self in accounts of severe sciatica
B Saunders, B Bartlam, M Artus, K Konstantinou
Social Science & Medicine 218, 28-36, 2018
62018
The sample size debate: response to Norman Blaikie
J Sim, B Saunders, J Waterfield, T Kingstone
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 21 (5), 643-646, 2018
62018
General Practitioners’ and patients’ perceptions towards stratified care: a theory informed investigation
B Saunders, B Bartlam, NE Foster, JC Hill, V Cooper, J Protheroe
BMC Family Practice 17 (1), 125, 2016
62016
Embracing a ‘new normal’: the construction of biographical renewal in young adults’ narratives of living with a stoma
K Polidano, CA Chew‐Graham, B Bartlam, AD Farmer, B Saunders
Sociology of Health & Illness 42 (2), 342-358, 2020
42020
C. Jinks (2017). Saturation in qualitative research: exploring its conceptualization and operationalization
B Saunders, J Sim, T Kingstone, S Baker, J Waterfield, B Bartlam, ...
Quality & Quantity, 0
4
Stratified care versus usual care for management of patients presenting with sciatica in primary care (SCOPiC): a randomised controlled trial
K Konstantinou, M Lewis, KM Dunn, R Ogollah, M Artus, JC Hill, ...
The Lancet Rheumatology 2 (7), e401-e411, 2020
32020
Patients’ and clinicians’ perspectives on a ‘fast-track’pathway for patients with sciatica in primary care: qualitative findings from the SCOPiC stratified care trial
B Saunders, K Konstantinou, M Artus, NE Foster, B Bartlam
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 21 (1), 1-15, 2020
22020
Stratified primary care versus non-stratified care for musculoskeletal pain: qualitative findings from the STarT MSK feasibility and pilot cluster randomized controlled trial
B Saunders, JC Hill, NE Foster, V Cooper, J Protheroe, A Chudyk, ...
BMC Family Practice 21 (1), 31, 2020
12020
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