Brown, P. & Gale, N. (2018) Developing a sociology of risk work in client-facing contexts: an editorial, Health, Risk & Society, 20:1-2, 1-12, DOI: 10.1080/13698575.2018.1445072
Brown, P., & Gale, N. (2018). Theorising risk work: Analysing professionals’ lifeworlds and practices. Professions and Professionalism, 8(1), 1988.
Gale, N. K., Kenyon, S., MacArthur, C., Jolly, K., & Hope, L. (2018). Synthetic social support: Theorizing lay health worker interventions. Social Science & Medicine, 196, 96-105.
Burrows M, Gale NK, Greenfield S, Litchfield I (2017) Exploring the clinically orientated roles of the general practice receptionist: a systematic review protocol; Systematic Reviews 6:209; https://doi.org/10.1186/s13643-017-0612-6
Henshall C, Gale NK & Greenfield S (2017) Typologies for restructuring relationships in cancer survivorship: temporal changes in social support and engagement with self-management practices, Cancer Nursing. (online in advance) doi: 10.1097/NCC.0000000000000538
Sekoni, A. O., Gale, N. K., Manga‐Atangana, B., Bhadhuri, A., & Jolly, K. (2017). The effects of educational curricula and training on LGBT‐specific health issues for healthcare students and professionals: a mixed‐method systematic review. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 20(1).
Gale NK*, Dowswell G, Greenfield S, Marshall T (2017) Street-level diplomacy? Communicative and adaptive work at the front line of implementing public health policies in primary care. Social Science & Medicine, 177:9-18.
Taylor, C. J., Hobbs, F. D. R., Marshall, T., Leyva-Leon, F., & Gale, N. (2017). From breathless to failure: symptom onset and diagnostic meaning in patients with heart failure—a qualitative study. BMJ open, 7(3), e013648.
Taylor, C. J., Ryan, R., Nichols, L., Gale, N., Hobbs, F. D., & Marshall, T. (2017). Survival following a diagnosis of heart failure in primary care. Family practice, 34(2), 161-168.
Henshall C, Gale NK, Greenfield S (2016) The role of self-management practices as mechanisms for re-establishing normality in cancer survivor’. Qualitative Health Research, doi: 10.1177/1049732316651252.
Litchfield I, Gale N, Burrows M, Greenfield S. (2016) A Protocol for using mixed methods and process improvement methodologies to explore primary care receptionist work. BMJ Open. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013240.
Kenyon SL, Johns N, Duggal S, Hewston R, Gale N (2016) Improving the care pathway for women who request Caesarean section: an experience-based co-design study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth. DOI: 10.1186/s12884-016-1134-2.
Sidhu M, Kokab F, Jolly K, Gale N, Marshall T, Gill P (2016) Methodological challenges of cross-language qualitative research with South Asian communities living in the UK" Family Medicine and Community Health. dx.doi.org/10.15212/FMCH.2015.0146 (online first).
Sidhu, MS, Griffith, L., Jolly, K., Gill, P., Marshall, T., & Gale, N. K. (2016). Long-term conditions, self-management and systems of support: an exploration of health beliefs and practices within the Sikh community, Birmingham, UK. Ethnicity & Health, online first, 1-17. dx.doi.org/10.1080/13557858.2015.1126560.
Brown, H, Wyatt, S, Croft, S, Gale, N, Turner, A and Mulla, A (2015), Scoping the future. An evaluation of endoscopy capacity across the NHS in England. A report for Cancer Research UK, September 2015.
Brown, H., Hewison, A., Gale, N., Snelling, I. and Shneerson, C. (2015) Every patient a research patient? Evaluating the current state of research in the NHS. A report for Cancer Research UK, May 2015.
Gale, N. K. and McHale, J. V. (eds) (2015) Routledge Handbook of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. Perspectives from Social Science and Law. Routledge.
Shneerson, C*, Taskila, T, Greenfield, S, Gale, NK (2015, online first), 'A Survey Investigating the Associations Between Self-Management Practices and Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors,', Supportive Care in Cancer. 23(9): 2655-2662.
Shneerson, C. L. and Gale, N. K. (2015) Using Mixed Methods to Identify and Answer Clinically Relevant Research Questions, Qualitative Health Research 25(6): 845 – 856. doi: 10.1177/1049732315580107
Sidhu, M, Gale, N, Gill, P, Marshall, T and Jolly, K (2015) A critique of the design, implementation, and delivery of a culturally-tailored self-management education intervention: a qualitative evaluation, BMC Health Services Research, 15(1), 54.
Sidhu, M, Kokab, F, Jolly, K, Gale, N, Marshall, T and Gill, P (in press) Methodological challenges of cross-language qualitative research.
Sidhu, M, Griffith, L, Jolly, K, Marshall, T, Gill, P, Gale, NK* (in press) - Chronic disease, self-management and systems of support: An exploration of health beliefs and practices within the Sikh community, Birmingham, UK. Ethnicity and Health.
Gale, N K (2014), How can you make a career as a complementary therapist?, Dissemination Report, ‘Putting Embodied Knowledge Into Practice’ (ES/J002828/1). Birmingham: Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham.
Brown, H., Ellins, J., Jackson, O., Gale, N., Sawbridge, Y. and Morton, D. (2014) An evaluation of cancer surgery services in the UK. A report for Cancer Research UK by the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham, and ICF – GHK consulting, February 2014.
Gale, N., Shapiro, J., McLeod, H. S.T., Redwood, S. and Hewison, A. (2014) Patients-people-place: developing a framework for researching organizational culture during health service redesign and change, Implementation Science. doi:10.1186/s13012-014-0106-z
Lord, L. & Gale, NK (2014) Subjective Experience or Objective Process: understanding the gap between values and practice for involving patients in designing patient-centred care. Journal of Health Organization and Management, 28 (6).
Gale, N. (2014) The Sociology of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Sociology Compass, 8: 805–822. doi: 10.1111/soc4.12182
Shneerson, C., Barlett, D., Lord, J. and Gale, N. (2014) Supporting Healthy Ageing: training multi-disciplinary healthcare students. European Journal of Integrative Medicine, Vol. 6 (1): 104 – 111.
Gale, N., Heath, G., Cameron, E., Rashid, S., Redwood, S. (2013) Using the Framework Method For the Analysis of Qualitative Data in Multi-disciplinary Health Research. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 13: 117
Hewison A, Gale NK, Yeats R, Shapiro J (2013) ‘An evaluation of staff engagement programmes in four National Health Service Acute Trusts’. Journal of Health Organisation and Management, Vol. 27 (1): 85 – 105.
Shneerson C, Taskila T, Gale NK, Greenfield S & Chen YF (in press) ‘The effect of complementary and alternative medicine on the quality of life of cancer survivors: A systematic review and meta-analyses’. Complementary Therapies in Medicine.
Gale, NK and Sultan, H. (2013) Telehealth as ‘peace of mind’: embodiment, emotions and the home as the primary health space for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder. Health and Place, 21: 140 – 147.
Gale NK, Marshall T, Bramley G (2012) Starting and staying on preventative medication for cardiovascular disease. Current Opinion in Cardiology. DOI:10.1097/HCO.0b013e328356dae5.
Kenyon S, Jolly K, Hemming K, Ingram L, Gale N, Dann SA, Chambers J, Macarthur C. (2012) Evaluation of Lay Support in Pregnant women with Social risk (ELSIPS): a randomised controlled trial. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 12:11 doi:10.1186/1471-2393-12-11
Redwood S, Gale N & Greenfield S (2012) ‘“You give us Rangoli, we give you talk” - Using an Art-Based Activity to Elicit Data from a Seldom Heard Group’, BMC Medical Research Methodology, 12:7 doi:10.1186/1471-2288-12-7
Hewison A, Gale NK, Shapiro J (2012) Co-production in research: some reflections on the experience of engaging practitioners in health research. Public Money & Management. 21(4): 297-302.
Gale NK, Greenfield S, Gill P, Gutridge K, Marshall T (2011) Patient and general practitioner attitudes to taking medication to prevent cardiovascular disease after receiving detailed information on risks and benefits of treatment: a qualitative study, BMC Family Practice 12:59, doi:10.1186/1471-2296-12-59
Gale NK (2011) ‘From body-talk to body-stories: educating for body work in complementary and alternative medicine’, Sociology Of Health And Illness Special Edition/Monograph, Body Work in Health and Social Care: Critical Themes, Future Agendas, 33(2): 237–251.
Gale NK (2010) ‘The embodied ethnographer: journeys in a healthcare sub-culture’ International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 9(2): 206-223.
Gale, NK (2009) ‘Promoting patient-practitioner partnership in clinical training: a critical evaluation’ Learning in Health and Social Care, 8(1): 13-21.
Seers H, Gale NK, Paterson C, Cooke H, Tuffrey V & Polley MJ (2009) Combined analysis of qualitative and quantitative data from patients using complementary therapies in cancer support care. Supportive Care in Cancer, 17(9): 1159-1167.