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Bickerton, J., Davies, J., Davies, H., Procter, S. and Apau, D. (2012). Streaming primary urgent care: a prospective approach. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 13(2), pp. 142-152. doi: 10.1017/S146342361100017X

Bickerton, J., Procter, S., Johnson, B. and Medina, A. (2011). Socio-phenomenology and conversation analysis: interpreting video lifeworld healthcare interactions. Nursing Philosophy, 12(4), pp. 271-281. doi: 10.1111/j.1466-769X.2011.00506.x

Bickerton, J., Procter, S., Johnson, B. and Medina, A. (2010). A video life-world approach to consultation practice: The relevance of a socio-phenomenological approach. Human Studies, 33(2-3), pp. 157-171. doi: 10.1007/s10746-010-9162-9

Procter, S., Bickerton, J., Allan, T., Davies, H., Abbott, S., Apau, D., Dewan, V., Frazer, A., Lynch, A., Wych, G., Nijjar, A. and Davies, J. (2009). Streaming Emergency Department Patients to Primary Care Services: Developing a Consensus in North East London (9781900804391). London: City University, London.

Abbott, S., Bickerton, J., Daly, M. L. and Procter, S. (2008). Evidence-based primary health care and local research: a necessary but problematic partnership. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 9, pp. 191-198. doi: 10.1017/S146342360800073X

Bickerton, J. and Daly, M. L. (2007). Health Beliefs in the Bangladeshi Community in Tower Hamlets: An Exploratory study of beliefs relating to food. London, UK: NELCRAD; City University London.

Bickerton, J., Loudon, C, Berry, T., Abbott, S., Bryar, R., Davies, H., Hostettler, M., Lack, V., Lee, B. and Procter, S. (2004). Scoping education needs and provision for walk-in-centres in North East London. London, UK: City University London.

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