Publications in communications research

Communications research

Please find below a list of my publications and links which will hopefully take you to those publications.

An exploration of how women in the UK perceive the provision of care received in an early pregnancy assessment unit: an interpretive phenomenological analysis

Norton, W., Furber, L. (2018) BMJ Open. 8:e023579. Download

Does the delivery of diagnostic news affect the likelihood of whether or not patients ask questions about the results? A conversation analytical study.

Murtagh GM, Thomas AL, Furber L, (2018) Health Expectations. Open Access. Download

Improving consultations in Oncology: The development of a novel consultation aid.

Furber, L. Murtagh, G. Bonas, S. Bankart, J. Thomas, A. (2014) British Journal of Cancer. 110, 1101-1109. Download

Patients experiences of an initial consultation in oncology: knowing and not knowing.

Furber, L. Bonas, S. Murtagh, G. Thomas, A. (2014) British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 20(2): 261-273 (Abstract only unless you have Institution access) Download

Patient initiated questions: How can doctors encourage them and improve the consultation process? A qualitative study.

Murtagh, G. M., Furber, L. and Thomas, A. L. (2013) British Medical Journal Open, 3 (10); 1-6. Download

Patient preferences for the delivery of bad news - Experience of a UK Centre

Brown, V., Parker, P., Furber, L., Thomas, AL. (2009) European Journal of Cancer Care Download

Enhancing communication in Oncology outpatient consultations: Critical reflections from doctors.

Furber, L., Murphy, R., Cox,K., Steward, W. (2011) International Journal of Medical Education Download

Communication skills training for nurses: Is it time for a standardised nursing model?

Kerr, D, Martin, P., Furber, L., Winterburn, S., Milnes, S., Nielson, A., Strachan, P. (2022) Patient Education and Counseling Download

Guiding principles for trial participation communication

Furber, L., (2024) Applied Clinical Trials Download