RUSSELL JF, Berney L, Stansfeld S, Lanz D, Kerry S, Chandola T, Bhui K(2016). The role of qualitative research in adding value to a randomised controlled trial: lessons from a pilot study of a guided e-learning intervention for managers to improve employee wellbeing and reduce sickness absence. Trials vol. 17, 396-396.
Stansfeld SA, Kerry S, Chandola T, Russell J, Berney L, Hounsome N, Lanz D, Costelloe C et al.(2015). Pilot study of a cluster randomised trial of a guided e-learning health promotion intervention for managers based on management standards for the improvement of employee well-being and reduction of sickness absence: GEM Study. BMJ Open vol. 5, (10)
SHAW SE, RUSSELL J, PARSONS DWP, GREENHALGH T(2014). THE VIEW FROM NOWHERE? HOW THINK TANKS WORK TO SHAPE HEALTH POLICY. Critical Policy Studies
Russell J, Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T(2014). 'Cosmetic boob jobs' or evidence-based breast surgery: an interpretive policy analysis of the rationing of 'low value' treatments in the English National Health Service. BMC Health Serv Res vol. 14,
Russell J, Greenhalgh T(2014). Being 'rational' and being 'human': How National Health Service rationing decisions are constructed as rational by resource allocation panels. Health (London) vol. 18, (5) 441-457.
Dhedhi SA, Swinglehurst D, Russell J(2014). 'Timely' diagnosis of dementia: what does it mean? A narrative analysis of GPs' accounts. BMJ Open vol. 4, (3)
SHAW SE, RUSSELL JR, GREENHALGH T, Korica M(2014). THINKING ABOUT THINK TANKS IN HEALTHCARE: A CALL FOR A NEW RESEARCH AGENDA. Sociology of Health & Illness vol. 36, (3) 447-461.
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Lewis H, MacKenzie I, Maskrey N, Montgomery J, O'Donnell C(2013). Addressing the 'postcode lottery' in local resource allocation decisions: a framework for clinical commissioning groups. J R Soc Med vol. 106, (4) 120-123.
Russell J, Shaw S(2013). Shaping Health Policy: Case Study Methods and Analysis. SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS vol. 35, (3) 494-495.
Russell J, Greenhalgh T(2012). Affordability as a discursive accomplishment in a changing National Health Service. Social Science and Medicine vol. 75, (12) 2463-2471.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Ashcroft RE, Parsons W(2011). Why national eHealth programs need dead philosophers: Wittgensteinian reflections on policymakers' reluctance to learn from history. Milbank Q vol. 89, (4) 533-563.
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Myall M(2011). Receptionist input to quality and safety in repeat prescribing in UK general practice: ethnographic case study. BRIT MED J vol. 343, Article d6788,
RUSSELL J, Greenhalgh P(2011). Policymaking through a rhetorical lens. Evidence, Policy and Practice, Editors: Glasby, J, Policy Press
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Burnett A, Montgomery J(2011). "No decisions about us without us"? Individual healthcare rationing in a fiscal ice age. BMJ vol. 342,
Swinglehurst D, Greenhalgh T, Myall M, Russell J(2010). Ethnographic study of ICT-supported collaborative work routines in general practice. BMC Health Serv Res vol. 10,
Greenhalgh T, Hinder S, Stramer K, Bratan T, Russell J(2010). Adoption, non-adoption, and abandonment of a personal electronic health record: case study of HealthSpace. BMJ vol. 341,
Greenhalgh T, Russell J(2010). Why do evaluations of eHealth programs fail? An alternative set of guiding principles. PLoS Med vol. 7, (11)
Greenhalgh T, Stramer K, Bratan T, Byrne E, Russell J, Potts HWW(2010). Adoption and non-adoption of a shared electronic summary record in England: a mixed-method case study. BMJ vol. 340,
Greenhalgh T, Russell J(2009). Evidence-based policymaking: a critique. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine vol. 52, (2) 304-318.
Greenhalgh T, Stramer K, Bratan T, Byrne E, Mohammad Y, Russell J(2008). Introduction of shared electronic records: multi-site case study using diffusion of innovation theory. BMJ: British Medical Journal (337) 1040-1044.
RUSSELL JF, Greenhalgh T, Byrne E, McDonnell J(2008). Recognising rhetoric in healthcare policy analysis. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy vol. 13, (1) 40-46.
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Byrne E, McDonnell J(2008). Recognizing rhetoric in health care policy analysis. J Health Serv Res Policy vol. 13, (1) 40-46.
Walters K, Raven P, Rosenthal J, Russell J, Humphrey C, Buszewicz M(2007). Teaching undergraduate psychiatry in primary care: the impact on student learning and attitudes. Med Educ vol. 41, (1) 100-108.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Dunkley L, Boynton P, Lefford F, Chopra N(2006). "We were treated like adults" - Development of a pre-medicine summer school for 16 year olds from deprived socioeconomic backgrounds: Action research study. British Medical Journal vol. 332, (7544) 762-766.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J(2006). Promoting the skills of knowledge translation in an online master of science course in primary health care. J Contin Educ Health Prof vol. 26, (2) 100-108.
Greenhalgh T, Russell J(2006). Reframing evidence synthesis as rhetorical action in the policy making drama. Healthc Policy vol. 1, (2) 34-42.
Russell J, Greenhalgh T, Boynton P, Rigby M(2004). Soft networks for bridging the gap between research and practice: illuminative evaluation of CHAIN. BMJ vol. 328, (7449)
Walters K, Buszewicz M, Russell J, Humphrey C(2003). Teaching as therapy: cross sectional and qualitative evaluation of patients' experiences of undergraduate psychiatry teaching in the community. BMJ vol. 326, (7392)
Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Russell J, Boynton P, Toon P(2003). Putting your course on the web: lessons from a case study and systematic literature review. Med Educ vol. 37, 1020-1023.
Greenhalgh T, Toon P, Russell J, Wong G, Plumb L, Macfarlane F(2003). Transferability of principles of evidence based medicine to improve educational quality: systematic review and case study of an online course in primary health care. BMJ vol. 326, 142-145.