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Approaching parents to take part in a cleft gene bank: A qualitative pilot study (2012)
Journal Article
Williams, L., Dures, E., Waylen, A., Ireland, T., Rumsey, N., & Sandy, J. (2012). Approaching parents to take part in a cleft gene bank: A qualitative pilot study. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 49(4), 425-436. https://doi.org/10.1597/10-086

Objective: A gene bank, comprising genetic material and environmental and family history data, is being established in the United Kingdom to improve the understanding of the etiology of orofacial clefting (OFC). This study aimed to identify factors t... Read More about Approaching parents to take part in a cleft gene bank: A qualitative pilot study.

The psychosocial impact of Epidermolysis bullosa (2011)
Journal Article
Dures, E., Morris, M., Gleeson, K., & Rumsey, N. (2011). The psychosocial impact of Epidermolysis bullosa. Qualitative Health Research, 21(6), 771-782. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732311400431

Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a disease in which the skin blisters in response to minimal friction, causing painful wounds. Despite the potentially severe nature of epidermolysis bullosa, research on the psychosocial issues is scarce. The aims of the... Read More about The psychosocial impact of Epidermolysis bullosa.

Mixed methods in health psychology: Theoretical and practical considerations of the third paradigm (2011)
Journal Article
Gleeson, K., Morris, M., Rumsey, N., Dures, E., Dures, E., Rumsey, N., …Gleeson, K. (2011). Mixed methods in health psychology: Theoretical and practical considerations of the third paradigm. Journal of Health Psychology, 16(2), 332-341. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359105310377537

This article has two purposes: to examine why mixed methods is a legitimate approach particularly well suited to health psychology; and to describe the challenges inherent in conducting mixed methods research. First, arguments justifying the status o... Read More about Mixed methods in health psychology: Theoretical and practical considerations of the third paradigm.

'You're whatever the patient needs at the time'; The impact on health and social care professionals of supporting people with epidermolysis bullosa (2010)
Journal Article
Gleeson, K., Morris, M., Dures, E., Morris, M., Gleeson, K., & Rumsey, N. (2010). 'You're whatever the patient needs at the time'; The impact on health and social care professionals of supporting people with epidermolysis bullosa. Chronic Illness, 6(3), 215-227. https://doi.org/10.1177/1742395310377006

Objectives: Professionals working with people who encounter pain and suffering can experience adverse emotional effects themselves. However, to provide effective support it is necessary to understand specific work-related experiences and contexts. Th... Read More about 'You're whatever the patient needs at the time'; The impact on health and social care professionals of supporting people with epidermolysis bullosa.