Johanna Spiers & Ruth Riley (2018) Analysing one dataset with two qualitative methods: the distress of general practitioners, a thematic and interpretative phenomenological analysis, Qualitative Research in Psychology, DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2018.1543099
Panagioti, M., K. Geraghty, J. Johnson, Anli Zhou, Efharis Panagopoulou, P, Carolyn Chew-Graham, David Peters, M; Alexander Hodkinson, Ruth Riley, Aneez Esmail. (2018). "Association between physician burnout and patient safety, professionalism, and patient satisfaction: A systematic review and meta-analysis." JAMA Internal Medicine 178(10): 1317-1330.
Riley, R, Spiers, J,Chew-Graham, C, Taylor, A.K., Thornton,G, Buszewicz,M, (2018). Treading water but drowning slowly’: What are GPs’ experiences of living and working with mental illness and distress in England? A qualitative study. BMJ Open. BMJ Open 2018;8:e018620. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018620
Riley, R, Spiers, J, Buszewicz,M, Taylor, A.K., Thornton,G, Chew-Graham, C (2018). What are the Sources of Stress and Distress for General Practitioners Working in England? A Qualitative Study. BMJ Open, 8 (1)
Spiers, J., M. Buszewicz, C. A. Chew-Graham and R. Riley (2018). "The experiences of general practitioner partners living with distress: An interpretative phenomenological analysis." J Health Psychol: 1359105318758860.
Curtis, P., G. Taylor, R. Riley, T. Pelly and M. Harris (2017). "Written reflection in assessment and appraisal: GP and GP trainee views." Educ Prim Care 28(3): 141-149.
Johanna Spiers, Marta Buszewicz, Carolyn Chew-Graham, Clare Gerada, David Kessler, Nick Leggett, Chris Manning, Anna Taylor, Gail Thornton, and Ruth Riley (2017). What are the barriers, facilitators and survival strategies for GPs seeking treatment for distress? A qualitative study. BJGP.
Mamunur R. Malik, Zaeem Ul Haq, Quaid Saeed, Ruth Riley, Wasiq M. Khan, Distressed setting and profound challenges: Pandemic influenza preparedness plans in the Eastern Mediterranean Region, Journal of Infection and Public Health, Available online 10 October 2017, ISSN 1876-0341.
Thorn, J, Brookes, S, Ridyard, CH, Riley, R, Hughes, DA, Wordsworth, S, Noble, S, Thornton, G & Hollingworth, W, 2017, ‘Core items for a standardized resource-use measure (ISRUM): expert Delphi consensus survey’. Value in Health.
Spiers, J, Buszewicz, M, Chew-Graham, C, Gerada, C, Kessler, D, Leggett, N, Manning, C, Taylor, A, Thornton, G & Riley, R, 2016, ‘Who cares for the clinicians? The mental health crisis in the GP workforce’. British Journal of General Practice, vol 66., pp. 344-345.
Riley, R, Coghill, N, Montgomery, AA, Feder, G & Horwood, J, 2015, ‘Experiences of patients and healthcare professionals of NHS cardiovascular health checks: a qualitative study’. Journal of Public Health.
Riley, R & Weiss, MC, 2015, ‘A qualitative thematic review: emotional labour in healthcare settings’. Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol 72., pp. 6-17.
Riley, R, Coghill, N, Montgomery, AA, Feder, GS & Horwood, JP, 2015, ‘The Provision of NHS Health Checks in a Community Setting: An Ethnographic Account’. BMC Health Services Research, vol 15.
Marjorie C Weiss, Joanne Platt, Ruth Riley, Betty Chewning, Gordon Taylor, Susan Horrocks, Andrea Taylor (2014). Prescribing Decision Making and Patient Outcomes in GP, Nurse and Pharmacist Prescriber Consultations. Primary Health Care Research & Development.
Ruth Riley, Marjorie C Weiss, Joanne Platt, Gordon Taylor, Susan Horrocks, Andrea Taylor (2013). A Comparison of GP, Pharmacist and Nurse Prescriber Responses to Patients’ Emotional Cues and Concerns in Primary Care Consultations. Patient Education and Counseling 91(1):65-71.
Weiss, Marjorie; Platt, Jo; Riley, Ruth; Taylor, Gordon; Horrocks, Susan; Taylor, Andrea (2013). Solicitations in GP, Nurse and Pharmacist Prescriber Consultations: An observational study. Journal of Family Practice.
Britten, N., Riley, R., & Morgan, M (2010). Resisting psychotropic medicines: a synthesis of qualitative studies of medicine - taking. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 16: 207-218