Peer reviewed journal articles

  1. P Carter, M Dent, G Martin. Conflicting logics of public relations in the English NHS: a qualitative study of communications and engagement. Sociological Research Online, 2019
  2. Carter P, Martin G. Engagement of patients and the public in NHS sustainability and transformation: an ethnographic study. Critical Policy Studies (2017)
  3. Martin G, Carter P, Dent M. Major health service transformation and the public voice: conflict, challenge or complicity? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy (2017)
  4. Carter P. Time tactics: project managing policy implementation in a network. Time & Society (2016)
  5. Carter P. Governing spaces: a multi-sited ethnography of governing welfare reform at close range and at a distance Critical Policy Studies (2016)
  6. Carter P, Martin G. Challenges facing Healthwatch, a new consumer champion in England. International Journal of Health Policy and Management
  7. Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Taylor R, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Blackburn S, Hughes R, Ong BN. Patient and public involvement in primary care research - an example of ensuring its sustainability. BioMed Central (2016)
  8. Portela M, Pronovost P, Woodcock T, Carter P, Dixon-Woods M. How to study improvement interventions: a brief overview of possible study types. BMJ Quality and Safety (2015)
  9. Jinks C, Carter P, Rhodes C, Beech R, Dziedzic K, Blackburn S, Ong B N. Sustaining patient and public involvement in research: a case study of a research centre. Journal of Care Services Management (2015)
  10. Carter P, Laurie G T, Dixon-Woods M. The social licence for research: why ran into trouble. J Med Ethics (2015)
  11. Carter P, Ozieranski P, McNicol S, Power M, Dixon-Woods M. How collaborative are quality improvement collaboratives? A qualitative study in stroke care. Implementation Science (2014)
  12. Davies M, Carter P, Drake L. A Patient's Journey with spinal injury. British Medical Journal (2013)
  13. Carter P, Beech R, Coxon D, Thomas MJ, Jinks C. Mobilising the knowledge of clinicians and patients for applied health research. Contemporary Social Science (2013)
  14. Carter PPolicy as Palimpsest. Policy & Politics vol. 40(3), 423-443. (2012)
  15. Dudley L, Kettle C, Carter P, Thomas P, Ismail KMK Perineal re-suturing versus expectant management following vaginal delivery complicated by a dehisced wound (PREVIEW): protocol for a pilot randomised controlled feasibility study. BMJ Open.
  16. Strauss V, Jinks C, Carter P, Ong BN, Bedson J, Jordan KP. in collaboration with the Arthritis Research UK Research Users’ Group Public priorities for joint pain research: Results from a general population survey. Rheumatology. (2012)
  17. Carter PGoverning Welfare Reform Symbolically: Evidence based or iconic policy? Critical Policy Studies vol. 5(3), 247-263 (2011) Winner of CPS best paper award 2011.
  18. Carter PGoverning spaces: a multi-sited ethnography of governing welfare reform at close range and at a distance Critical Policy Studies (2011)
  19. Carter P. Picturing Policy Implementation: An Ethnography of a Local Network. SAGE Publications Ltd (2018)

Reports / conference proceedings

  • Carter P. (2016). Participation, involvement and engagement – more than a question of semantics. International Sociological Association conference 2016. Vienna.
  • Carter P, Martin G. (2015) Managing Patient and Public Involvement in Polycentric Governance: An Institutional Logics Approach. Is there an alternative? Management After Critique.
  • Carter P, Brown L, Parker M, Martin G, Dixon-Woods M. (2013). In confidence: an exploratory qualitative study of the social licence for epidemiological and clinical research. Changing society BSA annual conference 2014.
  • Carter P, Jinks C, Robinson A, Dobel-Ober D. (2010). The Research Design Service and the patient and public involvement agenda”. INVOLVE. Nottingham.
  • Carter P, Edelstyn N. (2012, November 13). The patients, the professional researcher and the PPI adviser: How we helped to design a study for Parkinson’s Disease patients. INVOLVE 2012. Eastleigh
  • Jinks C, Carter P, Higginbottom A, Redwood S, Stevenson F, Jowett S, Chuter A. Meanings, costs and consequences of PPI. School for Primary Care Research 2012 Showcase Abstract book (pp. 91).
  • Carter P. (2008, September 11). Jane’s story: A governmental narrative of work to welfare. In Dilemmas in Human Services. London.
  • Carter P. (2007, September 6). Four Symbols and a Situation. In Ethnographic Futures. Liverpool.
  • Carter P, Beech R, Ong BN, Jinks C. (2012, November 13). An evaluation of how people with musculoskeletal conditions are actively involved in research. In INVOLVE 2012. Nottingham: INVOLVE.
  • Jinks C, Carter P. (2011, September 14). A case study to evaluate patient and public involvement in musculoskeletal research. Med Soc. Chester, UK.
  • Carter P. (2012, June 18). “I think you should really look into this”: understanding how patients responded to a survey of their priorities for research and how a mixed methods team approached free text analysis. Mixed Methods International conference. Leeds.
  • Carter P. (2010, October). “Evaluating Patient and Public Involvement in Research: Methodological Considerations”. European Evaluation Society. Prague.
  • Ashmore C, Carter P, Jinks C, Ong P, Rhodes R. (2010) Supporting patient and public involvement (PPI) in research: the role of a user support worker Examples of training and support for public involvement in research. Eastleigh: INVOLVE
  • Carter P. (2008) “Jane’s story: A governmental narrative of work to welfare” conference proceedings, Dilemmas in Human Services. ISBN 978-1-905858-17-0

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