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Case study observational research: A framework for conducting case study research where observation data are the focus
SJ Morgan, SRH Pullon, LM Macdonald, EM McKinlay, BV Gray
Qualitative health research 27 (7), 1060-1068, 2017
The positive impact of interprofessional education: a controlled trial to evaluate a programme for health professional students
B Darlow, K Coleman, E McKinlay, S Donovan, L Beckingsale, B Gray, ...
BMC medical education 15, 1-9, 2015
Why do we not use trained interpreters for all patients with limited English proficiency? Is there a place for using family members?
B Gray, J Hilder, H Donaldson
Australian Journal of Primary Health 17 (3), 240-249, 2011
Observation of interprofessional collaboration in primary care practice: a multiple case study
S Pullon, S Morgan, L Macdonald, E McKinlay, B Gray
Journal of interprofessional care 30 (6), 787-794, 2016
How to use interpreters in general practice: the development of a New Zealand toolkit
B Gray, J Hilder, M Stubbe
Journal of Primary Health Care 4 (1), 52-61, 2012
Interprofessional education for physiotherapy, medical and dietetics students: a pilot programme
S Pullon, E McKinlay, L Beckingsale, M Perry, B Darlow, B Gray, ...
Journal of primary health care 5 (1), 52-58, 2013
The Cynefin framework: applying an understanding of complexity to medicine
B Gray
J Prim Health Care 9 (4), 258-61, 2017
What makes an interprofessional education programme meaningful to students? Findings from focus group interviews with students based in New Zealand
B Darlow, S Donovan, K Coleman, E McKinlay, L Beckingsale, ...
Journal of interprofessional care 30 (3), 355-361, 2016
Communication difficulties with limited English proficiency patients: clinician perceptions of clinical risk and patterns of use of interpreters
B Gray, J Stanley, M Stubbe, J Hilder
NZ Med J 124 (1342), 23-38, 2011
Bilingual medical students as interpreters-what are the benefits and risks
CF Yang, B Gray
NZ Med J 121, 2008
Are research ethics guidelines culturally competent?
B Gray, J Hilder, L Macdonald, R Tester, A Dowell, M Stubbe
Research Ethics 13 (1), 23-41, 2017
‘It depends on the consultation’: revisiting use of family members as interpreters for general practice consultations–when and why?
J Hilder, B Gray, A Dowell, L Macdonald, R Tester, M Stubbe
Australian journal of primary health 23 (3), 257-262, 2017
Teaching and learning about chronic conditions management for undergraduate medical students: utilizing the patient-as-teacher approach
E McKinlay, L McBain, B Gray
Chronic Illness 5 (3), 209-218, 2009
Exploring interprofessional, interagency multimorbidity care: case study based observational research
EM McKinlay, SJ Morgan, BV Gray, LM Macdonald, SRH Pullon
Journal of Comorbidity 7 (1), 64-78, 2017
Health navigation and interpreting services for patients with limited English proficiency: a narrative literature review
J Hilder, B Gray, M Stubbe
Journal of primary health care 11 (3), 217-226, 2019
Nuclear war: The knowledge and attitudes of New Zealand secondary school children
B Gray, J Valentine
New Zealand Family Physician 11, 121-122, 1984
Interdisciplinary collaboration: working in teams for patient care.
E McKinlay, J Bycroft, B Darlow, B Gray, C Morris, S Pullon
Cole's Medical Practice In New Zealand, 13th Ed., 2017
Ethics and equity in the time of Coronavirus
KH Hall, F Doolan-Noble, E McKinlay, O Currie, B Gray, L Gray, L Richard, ...
Journal of primary health care 12 (2), 102-106, 2020
Keeping it going: the importance of delivering interprofessional education during the COVID-19 pandemic
E McKinlay, D Banks, K Coleman, B Darlow, G Dungey, T Farr, R Fyfe, ...
Journal of primary health care 13 (4), 359-369, 2021
Culture, cultural competence and the cross‐cultural consultation
B Gray
Journal of paediatrics and child health 54 (4), 343-345, 2018
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