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Taylor R., Atfield T., Mathers J.M., Parry J.M. (2011)How will the ‘Big Society’ impact on health improvement activities delivered by lay people? Journal of Public Health 33:5-10
Mathers J.M., Parry J.M (2010). Stories of the application process to medicine: An interview study. Medical Education 44: 1084-1094.
Mathers J.M., Parry J.M. (2009).Exploring why are there so few applicants to medicine from working class backgrounds. An interview study: learning from ‘success stories’ Medical Education 43: 219-228.
Parry J.M., Mathers J.M., Stevens A.J., Lilford R., Spurgeon P, Thomas H. (2008). More students, less capacity: an assessment of the competing demands on academic medical staff. Medical Education 42:1155-1165.
Cotterill S., Parry J.M., Richardson M., Mathers J.M. (2008) Quasi-experimental evaluation of the health impacts of the New Deal for Communities urban regeneration scheme. Critical Public Health 18;(3): 311-332.
Mathers J.M., Jones S., Parry J.M. (2008). Exploring resident non-participation in the New Deal for Communities urban regeneration programme: rationality revisited. Urban Studies 45: (3) 591-606.
Dalton S., Orford J.F., Parry J.M., Laburn-Peart C. (2008). Three ways of talking about health in communities targeted for regeneration: interviews with community professionals. Journal of Health Psychology 13: 65-78