Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS

Imelda McCarthy, Jeremy Dawson, Graham Martin

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventHealth Services Research UK Conference - Manchester
Duration: 2 Jul 20193 Jul 2019

Conference

ConferenceHealth Services Research UK Conference
CityManchester
Period2/07/193/07/19

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McCarthy, I., Dawson, J., & Martin, G. (2019). Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS. Paper presented at Health Services Research UK Conference, Manchester, .
McCarthy, Imelda ; Dawson, Jeremy ; Martin, Graham. / Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS. Paper presented at Health Services Research UK Conference, Manchester, .
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McCarthy, I, Dawson, J & Martin, G 2019, 'Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS', Paper presented at Health Services Research UK Conference, Manchester, 2/07/19 - 3/07/19.

Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS. / McCarthy, Imelda; Dawson, Jeremy; Martin, Graham.

2019. Paper presented at Health Services Research UK Conference, Manchester, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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McCarthy I, Dawson J, Martin G. Longitudinal analysis of staff and patients’ perceptions and experiences of openness in the NHS. 2019. Paper presented at Health Services Research UK Conference, Manchester, .