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Grove A, Sanders T, Salway S, Goyder E & Hampshaw S (2018) A qualitative exploration of evidence-based decision-making in public health practice and policy: the perceived usefulness of a diabetes economic model for decision-makers. Evidence & Policy.
Sanders T, Wynne-Jones G, Ong BN, Artus M & Foster N (2017) Acceptability of a vocational advice service for patients consulting in primary care with musculoskeletal pain: A qualitative exploration of the experiences of general practitioners, vocational advisers and patients. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health (Sage).
Sanders T, Grove A, Salway S, Hampshaw S & Goyder E (2017) Incorporation of a health economic modelling tool into public health commissioning: Evidence use in a politicised context. Social Science & Medicine, 186, 122-129.
Ong BN, Morden A, Brooks L, Porcheret M, Edwards JJ, Sanders T, Jinks C & Dziedzic K (2014) Changing policy and practice: Making sense of national guidelines for osteoarthritis. Social Science & Medicine, 106, 101-109.
Ong BN, Rogers A, Kennedy A, Bower P, Sanders T, Morden A, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Richardson JC & Stevenson F (2014) Behaviour change and social blinkers? The role of sociology in trials of self-management behaviour in chronic conditions. Sociology of Health & Illness, 36(2), 226-238.
Sanders T, Nio Ong B, Sowden G & Foster N (2014) Implementing change in physiotherapy: professions, contexts and interventions. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 28(1), 96-114.
Welsh VK, Sanders T, Richardson JC, Wynne-Jones G, Jinks C & Mallen CD (2014) Extending the authority for sickness certification beyond the medical profession: the importance of ‘boundary work’. BMC Family Practice, 15(1).
Sanders T, Foster NE & Ong BN (2011) Perceptions of general practitioners towards the use of a new system for treating back pain: a qualitative interview study. BMC Medicine, 9(1).
Sanders T, Harrison S & Checkland K (2010) Personalizing protocol-driven care: the case of specialist heart failure nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, no-no.
Sanders T, Harrison S & Checkland K (2008) Evidence-based medicine and patient choice: The case of heart failure care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 13(2), 103-108.
Sanders T & Harrison S (2008) Professional legitimacy claims in the multidisciplinary workplace: the case of heart failure care. Sociology of Health & Illness, 30(2), 289-308.