Prof Carolyn Chew-Graham

Title: Professor of General Practice Research, Director of Clinical Academic Training
Phone: +44 (0) 1782 734717
Email: c.a.chew-graham@keele.ac.uk
Location: DJW 1.54a
Role: Professor of General Practice Research, Academic Supervisor to Academic Clinical Fellows in General Practice
Contacting me: Via email
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I was brought up in Staffordshire and went to study Medicine at the University of Manchester. Following training to be a GP, I followed an academic career path and was awarded a personal Chair in Primary Care in 2009.  In September 2012 I took up a Chair at Keele as Professor of General Practice Research. I am Honorary Professor in Primary Care at the University of Manchester, and Honorary Professor of Primary Care Mental Health at South Staffs and Shropshire Foundation Trust. I am Director of Clinical Academic Training at Keele. I co-chair the Mental Health Research group in the Research Institute. I am a GP partner in a practice in Central Manchester.

 My main areas of interest and expertise include the primary care management of patients with depression, multimorbidity and unexplained symptoms. I have extensive experience of evaluation of interventions for people with mental health problems in primary care. I have qualitative research methods expertise, drawing on theories from both social sciences and psychology, but always with a focus on clinical practice. 

I am Royal College of General Practitioners ‘Curriculum Advisor, Mental Health’, a member of a number of National Institute for Health Research funding panels, and currently a member of the NICE Clinical Guideline Groups Depression (update) and Multimorbidity - work which directly impacts on commissioning decisions and patient care.

Selected Publications

  • Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Focus on shared decision-making. Health Expect, vol. 20(6), 1181-1182. link> doi>
  • Morgan C, Webb RT, Carr MJ, Kontopantelis E, Green J, Chew-Graham CA, Kapur N, Ashcroft DM. 2017. Incidence, clinical management, and mortality risk following self harm among children and adolescents: cohort study in primary care. BMJ, vol. 359, j4351. link> doi> link>
  • Spiers J, Buszewicz M, Chew-Graham CA, Gerada C, Kessler D, Leggett N, Manning C, Taylor AK, Thornton G, Riley R. 2017. Barriers, facilitators, and survival strategies for GPs seeking treatment for distress: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, vol. 67(663), 700-708. link> doi> link>
  • Silverwood V, Chew-Graham CA, Raybould I, Thomas B, Peters S. 2017. 'If it's a medical issue I would have covered it by now': learning about fibromyalgia through the hidden curriculum: a qualitative study. BMC Med Educ, vol. 17(1), 160. link> doi>
  • Kingstone T, Burroughs H, Bartlam B, Ray M, Proctor J, Shepherd T, Bullock P, Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Developing a community-based psycho-social intervention with older people and third sector workers for anxiety and depression: a qualitative study. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 18(1), 77. link> doi>

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Books

  • Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Mental Health problems of older people: management in primary care.
  • Chew-Graham CA. Guthrie E and House A (Eds.). 2012. Primary Care and Long Term Conditions Management. RCPsych UK.
  • Chew-Graham CA. Gask L, Kendrick T, Lester H (Eds.). 2009. Mental Health Problems of Older People.
  • Chew-Graham C, Baldwin R, Burns A. 2008. The Integrated Management of Depression in the Elderly. Cambridge University Press.
  • Chew-Graham CA. Rogers A, Pilgrim D, Pecosolido B (Eds.). Common mental health problems: the impact of general practice on inequalities in the UK.
  • Chew-Graham CA. Abou-Saleh and Blazer (Eds.). Treatment of late-life depression in community settings.

Journal Articles

  • Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Focus on shared decision-making. Health Expect, vol. 20(6), 1181-1182. link> doi>
  • Morgan C, Webb RT, Carr MJ, Kontopantelis E, Green J, Chew-Graham CA, Kapur N, Ashcroft DM. 2017. Incidence, clinical management, and mortality risk following self harm among children and adolescents: cohort study in primary care. BMJ, vol. 359, j4351. link> doi> link>
  • Spiers J, Buszewicz M, Chew-Graham CA, Gerada C, Kessler D, Leggett N, Manning C, Taylor AK, Thornton G, Riley R. 2017. Barriers, facilitators, and survival strategies for GPs seeking treatment for distress: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice, vol. 67(663), 700-708. link> doi> link>
  • Silverwood V, Chew-Graham CA, Raybould I, Thomas B, Peters S. 2017. 'If it's a medical issue I would have covered it by now': learning about fibromyalgia through the hidden curriculum: a qualitative study. BMC Med Educ, vol. 17(1), 160. link> doi>
  • Kingstone T, Burroughs H, Bartlam B, Ray M, Proctor J, Shepherd T, Bullock P, Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Developing a community-based psycho-social intervention with older people and third sector workers for anxiety and depression: a qualitative study. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 18(1), 77. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Patient involvement in research - participants or collaborators?. Health Expect, vol. 20(3), 369-370. link> doi>
  • Kernick D, Chew-Graham CA, O'Flynn N. Clinical assessment and management of multimorbidity: NICE guideline. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 67(658), 235-236. link> doi>
  • Mallen CD, Nicholl BI, Lewis M, Bartlam B, Green D, Jowett S, Kigozi J, Belcher J, Clarkson K, Lingard Z, Pope C, Chew-Graham CA, Croft P, Hay EM, Peat G. 2017. The effects of implementing a point-of-care electronic template to prompt routine anxiety and depression screening in patients consulting for osteoarthritis (the Primary Care Osteoarthritis Trial): A cluster randomised trial in primary care. PLoS Med, vol. 14(4), e1002273. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA, Heyland S, Kingstone T, Shepherd T, Buszewicz M, Burroughs H, Sumathipala A. Medically unexplained symptoms: continuing challenges for primary care. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 67(656), 106-107. link> doi>
  • Kharicha K, Iliffe S, Manthorpe J, Chew-Graham CA, Cattan M, Goodman C, Kirby-Barr M, Whitehouse JH, Walters K. 2017. What do older people experiencing loneliness think about primary care or community based interventions to reduce loneliness? A qualitative study in England. Health Soc Care Community, vol. 25(6), 1733-1742. link> doi>
  • Wu P, Haththotuwa R, Kwok CS, Babu A, Kotronias RA, Rushton C, Zaman A, Fryer AA, Kadam U, Chew-Graham CA, Mamas MA. 2017. Preeclampsia and Future Cardiovascular Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes, vol. 10(2). link> doi>
  • Baker S, McBeth J, Chew-Graham CA, Wilkie R. 2017. Musculoskeletal pain and co-morbid insomnia in adults; a population study of the prevalence and impact on restricted social participation. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 18(1), 17. link> doi>
  • Panagioti M, Panagopoulou E, Bower P, Lewith G, Kontopantelis E, Chew-Graham CA, Dawson S, van Marwijk H, Geraghty K, Esmail A. 2017. Controlled Interventions to Reduce Burnout in Physicians: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA Internal Medicine. doi> link>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Broadening the reach of Health Expectations. Health Expect, vol. 20(1), 1-2. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Broadening the reach of Health Expectations. Health Expect, vol. 20(1), 1-2. link> doi>
  • Carr MJ, Ashcroft DM, Kontopantelis E, While D, Awenat Y, Cooper J, Chew-Graham C, Kapur N, Webb RT. 2017. Premature Death Among Primary Care Patients With a History of Self-Harm. Ann Fam Med, vol. 15(3), 246-254. link> doi>
  • Webster LAD, Ekers D, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Feasibility of training practice nurses to deliver a psychosocial intervention within a collaborative care framework for people with depression and long-term conditions. BMC Nurs, vol. 15, 71. link> doi>
  • Wu P, Kwok CS, Haththotuwa R, Kotronias RA, Babu A, Fryer AA, Myint PK, Chew-Graham CA, Mamas MA. 2016. Pre-eclampsia is associated with a twofold increase in diabetes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Diabetologia, vol. 59(12), 2518-2526. link> doi>
  • Foggin E, McDonnell S, Cordingley L, Kapur N, Shaw J, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. GPs' experiences of dealing with parents bereaved by suicide: a qualitative study. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 66(651), e737-e746. link> doi>
  • Fry M, McLachlan S, Purdy S, Sanders T, Kadam UT, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. The implications of living with heart failure; the impact on everyday life, family support, co-morbidities and access to healthcare: a secondary qualitative analysis. BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, vol. 17, Article ARTN 139. link> doi> link>
  • Doyle M, While D, Mok PL, Windfuhr K, Ashcroft DM, Kontopantelis E, Chew-Graham CA, Appleby L, Shaw J, Webb RT. 2016. Suicide risk in primary care patients diagnosed with a personality disorder: a nested case control study. BMC family practice, vol. 17(106). doi> link>
  • Chew-Graham CA, Onwumere J, Shiers D. 2016. Understanding the needs of carers of people with psychosis in primary care. British Journal of General Practice. doi> link>
  • Methley AM, Chew-Graham CA, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Campbell SM. 2017. A qualitative study of patient and professional perspectives of healthcare services for multiple sclerosis: implications for service development and policy. Health Soc Care Community, vol. 25(3), 848-857. link> doi>
  • 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. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 66(648), 344-345. link> doi>
  • Bayliss K, Riste L, Band R, Peters S, Wearden A, Lovell K, Fisher L, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Implementing resources to support the diagnosis and management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) in Primary Care. A qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 17(66). doi> link>
  • Chew-Graham CA, Rasmussen J, Maskrey N. 2016. Considering the healthcare needs of older people with multimorbidity: managing Alice. J Comorb, vol. 6(2), 53-55. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Positive reporting? Is there a bias is reporting of patient and public involvement and engagement?. Health Expectations, vol. 19(3), 499-500. doi> link>
  • Overend K, Lewis H, Bailey D, Bosanquet K, Chew-Graham C, Ekers D, Gascoyne S, Hems D, Holmes J, Keding A, McMillan D, Meer S, Meredith J, Mitchell N, Nutbrown S, Parrott S, Richards D, Traviss G, Trépel D, Woodhouse R, Gilbody S. 2016. Erratum to: CASPER plus (CollAborative care in screen-positive EldeRs with major depressive disorder): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, vol. 17(1), 217. link> doi>
  • Methley A, Campbell S, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Meeting the mental health needs of people with multiple sclerosis: a qualitative study of patients and professionals. Disability and Rehabilitation. doi> link>
  • Hyde C, Dunn KM, Higginbottom A, Chew-Graham CA. 2017. Process and impact of patient involvement in a systematic review of shared decision making in primary care consultations. Health Expect, vol. 20(2), 298-308. link> doi>
  • Carr MJ, Ashcroft DM, Kontopantelis E, While D, Awenat Y, Cooper J, Chew-Graham CA, Kapur N, Webb RT. 2016. Clinical management following self-harm in a UK-wide primary care cohort. Journal of Affective Disorders. doi>
  • Rutter MK, Kane K, Lunt M, Cordingley L, Littlewood A, Young HS, Chew-Graham CA, Hilton R, Symmons DPM, Griffiths CEM. 2016. Primary care-based screening for cardiovascular risk factors in patients with psoriasis. Br J Dermatol, vol. 175(2), 348-356. link> doi>
  • Dowrick C, Bower P, Chew-Graham C, Lovell K, Edwards S, Lamb J, Bristow K, Gabbay M, Burroughs H, Beatty S, Waheed W, Hann M, Gask L. 2016. Evaluating a complex model designed to increase access to high quality primary mental health care for under-served groups: a multi-method study. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 16, 58. link> doi>
  • Carr MJ, Ashcroft DM, Kontopantelis E, Awenat Y, Cooper J, Chew-Graham C, Kapur N, Webb RT. 2016. The epidemiology of self-harm in a UK-wide primary care patient cohort, 2001-2013. BMC Psychiatry, vol. 16, 53. link> doi>
  • Tallon D, Wiles N, Campbell J, Chew-Graham CA, Dickens C, Macleod U, Peters TJ, Lewis G, Anderson IM, Gilbody S, Hollingworth W, Davies S, Kessler D. 2016. Mirtazapine added to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors for treatment-resistant depression in primary care (MIR trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Reaching Vulnerable Groups. Health Expectations, vol. 19(1), 3-4. doi>
  • Summers R, Moore M, Ekberg S, Chew-Graham CA, Litttle P, Stevenson F, Brindle L, Leydon G. 2016. Soliciting additional concerns in the primary care consultation and the utility of a brief communication intervention to aid solicitation: a qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling. doi>
  • McBeth J, Tomenson B, Chew-Graham CA, Macfarlane GJ, Jackson J, Littlewood A, Creed FH. 2015. Common and unique associated factors for medically unexplained chronic widespread pain and chronic fatigue. J Psychosom Res, vol. 79(6), 484-491. link> doi>
  • Hunter C, Chew-Graham CA, Langer S, Drinkwater J, Stenhoff A, Guthrie EA, Salmon P. 2015. 'I wouldn't push that further because I don't want to lose her': a multiperspective qualitative study of behaviour change for long-term conditions in primary care. Health Expect, vol. 18(6), 1995-2010. link> doi>
  • Healey EL, Jinks C, Tan VA, Chew-Graham CA, Lawton SA, Nicholls E, Finney AG, Porcheret M, Cooper V, Lewis M, Dziedzic KS, Wathall S, Mallen CD. 2015. Improving the care of people with long-term conditions in primary care: protocol for the ENHANCE pilot trial. J Comorb, vol. 5, 135-149. link> doi>
  • Taylor AK, Mastrocola E, Chew-Graham CA. 2016. How can general practice respond to the needs of street-based prostitutes?. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 66(647), 323-324. link> doi>
  • Keyworth C, Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Kane K, Pearce CJ, Griffiths CEM, Chisholm A, Cordingley L. 2015. Communicating Cardiovascular Disease Risk to People with Psoriasis: What Techniques do Practitioners Use?. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, vol. 23(2), 168-178. link> doi> link>
  • Tan V, Jinks C, Chew-Graham C, Healey EL, Mallen C. 2015. The triple whammy anxiety depression and osteoarthritis in long-term conditions. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 16, 163. link> doi>
  • Overend K, Bosanquet K, Bailey D, Foster D, Gascoyne S, Lewis H, Nutbrown S, Woodhouse R, Gilbody S, Chew-Graham C. 2015. Revealing hidden depression in older people: a qualitative study within a randomised controlled trial. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 16, 142. link> doi>
  • McLachlan S, Mansell G, Sanders T, Yardley S, van der Windt D, Brindle L, Chew-Graham C, Little P. 2015. Symptom perceptions and help-seeking behaviour prior to lung and colorectal cancer diagnoses: a qualitative study. Fam Pract, vol. 32(5), 568-577. link> doi>
  • Penn ML, Kennedy AP, Vassilev II, Chew-Graham CA, Protheroe J, Rogers A, Monks T. 2015. Modelling self-management pathways for people with diabetes in primary care. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 16, 112. link> doi>
  • Mastrocola E, Taylor A, Chew-Graham CA. 2015. Access to healthcare for long-term conditions in women involved in street-based prostitution: a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 16(118). doi>
  • Nelson PA, Kane K, Chisholm A, Pearce CJ, Keyworth C, Rutter MK, Chew-Graham CA, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L, IMPACT Team (Identification and Management of Psoriasis-Associated Co-morbidiTy). 2016. 'I should have taken that further' - missed opportunities during cardiovascular risk assessment in patients with psoriasis in UK primary care settings: a mixed-methods study. Health Expect, vol. 19(5), 1121-1137. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2015. HEX goes Open Access. Health Expect, vol. 18(4), 451. link> doi>
  • Patel NR, Kennedy A, Blickem C, Reeves D, Chew-Graham C. 2016. "I'm Managing My Diabetes between Two Worlds": Beliefs and Experiences of Diabetes Management in British South Asians on Holiday in the East--A Qualitative Study. J Diabetes Res, vol. 2016, 5436174. link> doi>
  • Patel NR, Chew-Graham C, Bundy C, Kennedy A, Blickem C, Reeves D. 2015. Illness beliefs and the sociocultural context of diabetes self-management in British South Asians: a mixed methods study. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 16, 58. link> doi>
  • Daker-White G, Rogers A, Kennedy A, Blakeman T, Blickem C, Chew-Graham C. 2015. Non-disclosure of chronic kidney disease in primary care and the limits of instrumental rationality in chronic illness self-management. Soc Sci Med, vol. 131, 31-39. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2015. Managing depression in people with multimorbidity: a qualitative evaluation of an integrated collaborative care model. BMC Family Practice, vol. 16(32). doi>
  • McBeth J, Wilkie R, Bedson J, Chew-Graham C, Lacey RJ. 2015. Sleep disturbance and chronic widespread pain. Curr Rheumatol Rep, vol. 17(1), 469. link> doi>
  • Coventry P, Lovell K, Dickens C, Bower P, Chew-Graham C, McElvenny D, Hann M, Cherrington A, Garrett C, Gibbons CJ, Baguley C, Roughley K, Adeyemi I, Reeves D, Waheed W, Gask L. 2015. Integrated primary care for patients with mental and physical multimorbidity: cluster randomised controlled trial of collaborative care for patients with depression comorbid with diabetes or cardiovascular disease. BMJ, vol. 350, h638. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2014. PICO, PICOS and SPIDER: a comparison study of specificity and sensitivity in three search tools for qualitative systematic reviews. BMC Health Services Research, vol. 14(579). doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2014. Understanding the challenges to implementing case management for people with dementia in English primary care using Normalisation Process Theory. BMC Health Services Research, vol. 14(549). doi>
  • Overend K, Lewis H, Bailey D, Bosanquet K, Chew-Graham C, Ekers D, Gascoyne S, Hems D, Holmes J, Keding A, McMillan D, Meer S, Meredith J, Mitchell N, Nutbrown S, Parrott S, Richards D, Traviss G, Trépel D, Woodhouse R, Gilbody S. 2014. CASPER plus (CollAborative care in Screen-Positive EldeRs with major depressive disorder): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials, vol. 15, 451. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2014. Depression predicts future emergency hospital admissions in primary care patients with long term physical illness: a prospective cohort study. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, vol. 82, 54-61. doi> link>
  • Langer S, Chew-Graham CA, Drinkwater J, Afzal C, Keane K, Hunter C, Guthrie E, Salmon P. 2014. A motivational intervention for patients with COPD in primary care: qualitative evaluation of a new practitioner role. BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, vol. 15, Article ARTN 164. link> doi>
  • Iliffe S, Waugh A, Poole M, Bamford C, Brittain K, Chew-Graham C, Fox C, Katona C, Livingston G, Manthorpe J, Steen N, Stephens B, Hogan V, Robinson L. 2014. The effectiveness of collaborative care for people with memory problems in primary care: results of the CAREDEM case management modelling and feasibility study. Health Technology Assessment, vol. 18(52), 1-148. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2014. Introducing case management for people with dementia in primary care: a mixed methods study. British Journal of General Practice, vol. 64(628). doi>
  • Bayliss K, Goodall M, Chisholm A, Fordham B, Chew-Graham CA, Riste L, Fisher L, Lovell K, Peters S, Wearden A. 2014. Overcoming the barriers to the diagnosis and management of chronic fatigue syndrome/ME in primary care: a meta synthesis of qualitative studies. BMC Familty Practice, vol. 15, 44. doi>
  • Blakeman T, Blickem C, Kennedy A, Reeves D, Bower P, Gaffney H, Gardner C, Lee V, Jariwala P, Dawson S, Mossabir R, Brooks H, Richardson G, Spackman E, Vassilev I, Chew-Graham C, Rogers A. 2014. Effect of information and telephone-guided access to community support for people with chronic kidney disease: randomised controlled trial. PLoS One, vol. 9(10), e109135. link> doi>
  • Small N, Blickem C, Blakeman T, Panagioti M, Chew-Graham CA, Bower P. 2013. Telephone based self-management support by 'lay health workers' and 'peer support workers' to prevent and manage vascular diseases: a systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 13, 533. link> doi>
  • Harkness EF, Grant L, O'Brien SJ, Chew-Graham CA, Thompson DG. 2013. Using read codes to identify patients with irritable bowel syndrome in general practice: a database study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 14, 183. doi>
  • Nelson PA, Barker Z, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L, Chew-Graham CA, Team IMPACT. 2013. 'On the surface': a qualitative study of GPs' and patients' perspectives on psoriasis. BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, vol. 14, Article ARTN 158. link> doi>
  • Fox C, Maidment I, Moniz-Cook E, White J, Thyrian JR, Young J, Katona C, Chew-Graham CA. 2013. Optimising primary care for people with dementia. Mental Health in Family Medicine, vol. 10, 143-151.
  • Knowles SE, Chew-Graham CA, Coupe N, Adeyemi I, Keyworth C, Thampy H, Coventry PA. 2013. Better together? a naturalistic qualitative study of inter-professional working in collaborative care for co-morbid depression and physical health problems. Implementation Science, vol. 8, 110. doi>
  • Hunter C, Chew-Graham CA, Langer S, Stenhoff A, Drinkwater J, Guthrie E, Salmon P. 2013. A qualitative study of patient choices in using emergency health care for long-term conditions: The importance of candidacy and recursivity. Patient Education and Counseling.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Hunter C, Langer S, Stenhoff A, Drinkwater J, Guthrie EA, Salmon P. 2013. How QOF is shaping primary care review consultations: a longitudinal qualitative study. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 14, 103. link> doi>
  • Small N, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA, Whalley D, Protheroe J. 2013. Patient empowerment in long-term conditions: development and preliminary testing of a new measure. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 13, 263. link> doi>
  • Erandie Ediriweera De Silva R, Bayliss K, Riste L, Chew-Graham CA. 2013. Diagnosing Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in South Asians: Lessons from a Secondary Analysis of a UK Qualitative Study. Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care, vol. 2(3), 277-282. doi>
  • Hammond J, Gravenhorst K, Funnell E, Beatty S, Hibbert D, Lamb J, Burroughs H, Kovandžić M, Gabbay M, Dowrick C, Gask L, Waheed W, Chew-Graham CA. 2013. Slaying the dragon myth: an ethnographic study of receptionists in UK general practice. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 63(608), e177-e184. link> doi>
  • Harkness EF, Harrington V, Hinder S, O'Brien SJ, Thompson DG, Beech P, Chew-Graham CA. 2013. GP perspectives of irritable bowel syndrome – an accepted illness, but management deviates from guidelines: a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 14, 92. doi>
  • Kennedy A, Reeves D, Bower P, Blakeman T, Bowen RA, Chew-Graham CA, Eden M, Fulwood C, Gaffney H, Gardner C, Lee V, Morris R, Protheroe J, Richardson G, Sanders C, Swallow A, Thompson D, Rogers A. 2013. Implementation of self-management support for long-term conditions in routine primary care settings: A cluster randomized controlled trial. Under review. BMJ. doi>
  • Koch T, Illife S, Manthorpe J, Burns B, Fox C, Robinson L, Livingstone C, Coulton S, Knapp M, Chew-Graham CA, Katona C. 2012. The potential for case management for people with dementia: a commentary. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol. 27, 1305-1314.
  • Cordingley L, Nelson PA, Griffiths CEM, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Beyond skin: the need for a new approach to the management of psoriasis in primary care. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 62(604), 568-569. link> doi>
  • Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L, IMPACT Team. 2013. Recognition of need in health care consultations: a qualitative study of people with psoriasis. Br J Dermatol, vol. 168(2), 354-361. link> doi>
  • Tomenson B, McBeth J, Chew-Graham CA, MacFarlane G, Davies I, Jackson J, Littlewood A, Creed FH. 2012. Somatization and health anxiety as predictors of health care use. Psychosom Med, vol. 74(6), 656-664. link> doi>
  • Lester H, Mead N, Reilly S, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L. 2012. An exploration of the value and mechanisms of befriending for older adults in England. Ageing and Society. doi>
  • Bower P, Kennedy A, Reeves D, Rogers A, Blakeman T, Chew-Graham CA, Bowen R, Eden M, Gardner C, Hann M, Lee V, Morris R, Protheroe J, Richardson G, Sanders C, Swallow A, Thompson D. 2012. A cluster randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of a 'whole systems' model of self-management support for the management of long-term conditions in primary care: trial protocol. BMC Implementation Science, vol. 7, 7.
  • Blickem C, Blakeman T, Kennedy A, Bower P, Reeves D, Gardner C, Lee V, Chew-Graham CA, Richardson G, Brooks H, Dawson S, Mossabir R, Jariwala P, Swallow A, Kontopantelis E, Gaffney H, Small N, Spackman E, Rogers A. 2012. A randomised controlled trial of the clinical and cost-effectiveness of the BRIGHT (BRinging Information & Guided Help Together) intervention for the self-management support of people with stage 3 chronic kidney disease in primary care: trial protocol. Under review. BMC Imp Science.
  • Richardson G, Epstein D, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Bentall RP, Morriss RK, Peters S, Riste L, Lovell K, Dunn G, Wearden AJ. 2012. An economic evaluation alongside a randomised controlled trial of a nurse-led home-based self-help treatment for patients in primary care with chronic fatigue syndrome. Under review. BMC Family Practice.
  • Rowbotham S, Chisholm A, Moschogianis S, Chew-Graham CA, Cordingley L, Wearden A, Peters S. 2012. Challenges to nurse prescribers of a no-antibiotic prescribing strategy for managing self-limiting respiratory tract infections. Journal of Advanced Nursing, vol. 68, 2622-2632.
  • Coventry P, Lovell K, Dickens C, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA, Cherrington A, Garrett C, Gibbons C, Baguley C, Roughley K, Adeyemi I, Keyworth C, Waheed W, Hann M, Davies L, Jeeva F, Roberts C, Knowles S, Gask L. 2012. Collaborative Interventions for Circulation and Depression (COINCIDE)): a cluster randomised controlled trial of collaborative care for depression in people with diabetes and/or coronary heart disease. (In press). BMC Trials.
  • Hannon K, Peters S, Fisher L, Riste L, Wearden L, Lovell K, Turner P, Leech Y, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Developing resources to support the diagnosis and management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis (CFS/ME) in primary care. A qualitative study. (In press). BMC Family Practice.
  • Hannon K, Riste L, Fisher L, Wearden A, Peters S, Lovell K, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Diagnosis and management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis (CFS/ME) in Black and Ethnic Minority people. A qualitative study. Under review. Primary Care Research and Development.
  • Sapre B, Wiecke A, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Experiences of working with Perinatal Mental Health Services and Children and Families Social Services: a qualitative study. Under Review. BMC Health Services Research.
  • Gask L, Bower P, Lamb J, Burroughs H, Chew-Graham CA, Edwards S, Hibbert D, Kovandzic M, Lovell K, Rogers A, Waheed W, Dowrick C, and the AMP group. 2012. Improving access to psychosocial interventions for common mental health problems in the United Kingdom: review and development of a conceptual model. (In press). BMC Public Health. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Management of Depression. GP Factfile.
  • Patel NR, Kennedy AP, Chew-Graham CA, Bower P. 2012. Measuring health beliefs in the South Asian population with diabetes: a systematic review. (In press). Diversity in Health and Social Care.
  • Walter A, Chew-Graham CA, Harrison S. 2012. Negotiating refusal in primary care consultations: a qualitative study. Family Practice.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2012. NICE Quality Standards for Depression. Guidelines in Practice.
  • Drinkwater J, Salmon P, Langer S, Hunter C, Stenhoff A, Guthrie E, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Operationalising Unscheduled Care policy: a qualitative study of health care professionals' perspectives. (In press). BJGP.
  • Protheroe J, Brooks H, Chew-Graham CA, Gardner C, Rogers A. 2012. 'Permission to participate?' A qualitative study of participation in patients from differing socio-economic backgrounds. (In press). Journal of Health Psychology. doi>
  • Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Griffiths C, Cordingley L. 2012. Recognising distress in health care consultations: a qualitative study. (In Press). Br J Dermatology.
  • Hammond J, Gravenhorst K, Funnell E, Beatty S, Hibbert D, Lamb J, Burroughs H, Kovandzic M, Gabbay M, Dowrick C, Gask L, Waheed W, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Slaying the dragon myth: A qualitative study of receptionists in UK general practice. (In press). BJGP.
  • Tomenson B, McBeth J, Chew-Graham CA, MacFarlane G, Davies I, Jackson J, Littlewood A, Creed F. 2012. Somatisation and health anxiety as predictors of health care use. Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Behavioural Medicine, vol. 74(6), 656-664.
  • Creed FH, Tomenson B, Chew-Graham CA, Macfarlane GJ, Davies I, Jackson J, Littlewood A, McBeth J. 2012. Somatisation predicts impaired health status in Functional Somatic Syndromes. (In Press). Int Journal Behav Medicine.
  • Creed FH, Davies I, Jackson J, Littlewood A, Chew-Graham CA, Tomenson B, Macfarlane G, Barsky A, Katon W, McBeth J. 2012. The epidemiology of multiple somatic symptoms. J Psychosom Res, vol. 72(4), 311-317.
  • Cocksedge S, George B, Renwick S, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Touch in primary care consultations: qualitative investigation of doctors' and patients' perceptions. (In press). BJGP. doi>
  • Blakeman T, Protheroe J, Chew-Graham CA, Rogers A, Kennedy A. 2012. Understanding the management of early stage Chronic Kidney Disease in Primary Care: a qualitative study. BJGP, vol. 62, 186-187.
  • Langer S, Chew-Graham CA, Hunter C, Guthrie E, Salmon P. 2012. Why do patients with long term conditions use Unscheduled care? (In press). Health and Social Care in the Community.
  • Blakeman T, Chew-Graham CA, Reeves D, Bower P. 2011. A qualitative study exploring the Quality and Outcomes Framework and self-management dialogue in primary care consultations. BJGP, vol. 61, 624-625.
  • Kovandzic M, Chew-Graham CA, Reeve J, Edwards S, Peters S, Edge D, Aseem S, Gask L, Dowrick C. 2011. Access to primary mental health care for hard-to-reach groups: from 'silent suffering' to 'making it work'. Social Science and Medicine, vol. 72(5), 763.-772.
  • Meader N, Mitchell A, Chew-Graham CA, Goldberg D, Rizzo M, Bird V, Kessler D, Packham J, Haddad M, Pilling S. 2011. Case Identification of Depression in Patients with Chronic Physical Health Problems: A diagnostic accuracy meta-analysis of 113 studies. BJGP, vol. 61, 733-734.
  • Peters S, Wearden A, Morriss R, Dowrick C, Lovell K, Brooks J, Cahill G, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Challenges of nurse delivery of psychological interventions for long-term conditions in primary care: a qualitative exploration of the case of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis. BMC Imp Science, vol. 6, 132.
  • Rowbotham S, Chisholm A, Moschogianis S, Chew-Graham CA, Cordingley L, Wearden A, Peters S. 2011. Challenges to non-medical prescribers of a no-antibiotic prescribing strategy for managing self-limiting respiratory tract infections (In press). Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing.
  • McBeth J, Tomenson B, Chew-Graham CA, Macfarlane GJ, Davies I, Jackson J, Littlewood A, Creed FH. 2011. Common and unique risk factors for chronic widespread pain and chronic fatigue. Under review. British J Psychiatry.
  • Bristow K, Edwards S, Funnell E, Fisher L, Gask L, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Help seeking and access to primary care for people form 'hard to reach' groups with common mental health problems. International Journal of Family Medicine.
  • Cocksedge S, Greenfield R, Nugent G, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Holding relationships in primary care: qualitative exploration of doctors' and patients' perceptions. BJGP, vol. 61, 506-507.
  • Buszewicz M and Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Improving detection and management of anxiety disorders in primary care. BJGP, vol. 589, 489-490.
  • Peters S, Rowbotham S, Chisholm A, Wearden A, Moschogianis S, Cordingley L, Baker D, Hyde C, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Managing self-limiting respiratory tract infections: a qualitative study of the usefulness of the delayed prescribing strategy. BJGP, vol. 61, 560-561.
  • Small N, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA, Whalley D, Protheroe J. 2011. Patient empowerment in long-term conditions: development and validation of a new measure. (In press). BMC Health Services Research.
  • McGowan L, Chew-Graham CA, Lovell K. 2011. Rapid Response. BMJ.
  • Rogers A, Vassilev I, Sanders C, Kirk S, Chew-Graham CA, Kennedy A, Protheroe J, Bower P, Blickem C, Reeves D, Kapadia D, Brooks H, Fulwood K, Richardson G. 2011. Social networks, work and Network-Based Resources for the Management of Long Term Conditions: a framework and study protocol for developing self care support. Implementation Science, vol. 6, 56.
  • Coventry P, Hays R, Dickens C, Bundy C, Garrett C, Cherrington A, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. Talking about depression: barriers to managing depression in people with long term conditions in primary care. BMC Family Practice, vol. 12, 10.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Kovandzic M, Gask L, Burroughs H, Clarke P, Sanderson H, Dowrick C. 2011. Why may older people with depression not present to primary care? Messages from secondary analysis of qualitative data. Health and Social Care in the Community, vol. 20(1), 52-60. doi>
  • Wearden A, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Bentall R, Morriss R, Peters S, Riste L, Richardson G, Lovell K, Dunn G. 2010. A randomised controlled trial of a nurse-led home-based self-help treatment for patients in primary care with chronic fatigue syndrome - the FINE Trial. BMJ, vol. 340, c1777.
  • Protheroe J, Blakeman T, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA, Kennedy A. 2010. An intervention to promote patient participation and self-management in long term conditions: Development and feasibility testing. BMC Health Services Research, vol. 10, 206.
  • Blakeman T, Bower P, Reeves D, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Bringing self-management into view: a qualitative study of long-term condition management in primary care consultations. Chronic Illness.
  • Kennedy A, Chew-Graham CA, Blakeman T, Bowen A, Gardener C, Protheroe J, Rogers A, Gask L. 2010. Delivering the WISE (Whole Systems Informing Self-Management Engagement) training package in primary care: learning from formative evaluation. BMC Implementation Science, vol. 5, 7.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Depression in older people. Practice Nurse.
  • Mead N, Lester H, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L, Bower P. 2010. Effects of befriending on depressive symptoms and distress: systematic review and meta-analysis. BJP, vol. 196, 96-101.
  • Walshe C, Caress AL, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2010. Equity, choice or chance? Patient's access to district nurses providing palliative care. Journal of Community Nursing.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Brooks J, Wearden A, Dowrick C, Peters S. 2010. Factors influencing engagement of patients in a novel intervention for CFS/ME: A qualitative study. Primary Care Research and Development.
  • McGowan L, Escott D, Luker K, Creed F, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Is Chronic Pelvic Pain a comfortable diagnosis a comfortable diagnosis for primary care practitioners: a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 11, 7.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Dowrick C, Wearden A, Richardson V, Peters S. 2010. Making the diagnosis of CFS/ME in primary care: a qualitative study. BMC Family Pratice, vol. 11, 16.
  • Walshe C, Caress AL, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2010. Nurses feelings of 'ownership' of palliative care patients: findings from a qualitative case study.Invited Review]. Progress in Palliative Care, vol. 18(6), 346-351.
  • Kenning C, Cooper J, Short V, Shaw J, Abel K, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Prison staff and women prisoner's views on self-harm; their implications for service delivery and development: a qualitative study. Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health.
  • Vassilev I, Rogers A, Sanders C, Kennedy A, Blickem C, Protheroe J, Bower P, Kirk S, Chew-Graham CA, Morris R. 2010. Social networks, social capital and chronic illness self-management: a realist review. Chronic Illness, vol. 6, 1.
  • Blickem C, Bower P, Protheroe J, Kennedy A, Vassilev I, Sanders C, Kirk S, Chew-Graham CA, Rogers A. 2010. The role of information in supporting self-care in vascular conditions: a conceptual and empirical review. Health Soc Care Community.
  • Richards DA, Hughes-Morley A, Hayes RA, Araya R, Barkham M, Bland JM, Bower P, Cape J, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L, Gilbody S, Green C, Kessler D, Lewis G, Lovell K, Manning C, Pilling S. 2009. Collaborative Depression Trial (CADET): multi-centre randomised controlled trial of collaborative care for depression--study protocol. BMC Health Serv Res, vol. 9, 188. link> doi>
  • Short V, Cooper J, Shaw J, Abel K, Kenning C, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Custody vs Care: Attitudes of prison staff to self-harm on women prisoners - a qualitative study. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, vol. 20(3), 408-426. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Depression in the elderly. GP.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Depression in the Elderly. Independent Nurse.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Sharp D, Chamberlain E, Folkes L, Turner KM. 2009. Disclosure of symptoms of postnatal depression, the perspectives of health professionals and women: a qualitative study. BMC Fam Pract, vol. 10, 7. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Management of patients with physical and psychological problems. RCGP News.
  • Walshe C, Todd C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Patterns of access to community palliative care services: a literature review. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, vol. 37, 884-912.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Dixon R, Shaw J, Smythe N, Lovell K, Peters S. 2009. Practice Nurses' views of their role in the management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalitis: a qualitative study. BMC Nursing, vol. 8, 2.
  • Dowrick C, Gask L, Edwards S, Aseem S, Bower P, Burroughs H, Caitlin A, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Researching the mental health needs of hard-to-reach groups: managing multiple sources of evidence. BMC Health Services Research, vol. 9, 226. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Summary of NICE guidance for depression. Guidelines in Practice.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Treatment of Depression in older people. Update.
  • Turner K, Chew-Graham CA, Folkes L, Sharp D. 2009. Womens' experiences of health visitor delivered listening visits as a treatment for postnatal depression: A qualitative study. Patient Education and Counseling.
  • Turner K, Sharp D, Folkes L, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Women's views and experiences of antidepressants as a treatment for postnatal depression: a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice, vol. 10, 7.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Cahill G, Dowrick C, Wearden A, Peters S. 2008. Using multiple sources of knowledge to reach clinical understanding of chronic fatigue syndrome. Ann Fam Med, vol. 6(4), 340-348. link> doi>
  • Slade M, Gask L, Lees M, McCrone P, Montana C, Powell R, Stewart M, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Failure to improve appropriateness of referrals to adult community mental health services - lessons from a multi-site cluster-randomised controlled trial. Family Practice, vol. 25, 181-190.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Chamberlain E, Turner K, Folkes L, Caulfield L, Sharp D. 2008. General Practitioners' and Health Visitors' views on the diagnosis and management of postnatal depression: a qualitative study. BJGP, vol. 58, 169-176.
  • Walshe C, Todd C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Implementation and impact of the Gold Standards Framework in community palliative care: a qualitative study of three Primary Care Trusts. Palliative Medicine, vol. 22(6), 736-743.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Shiers D, Beeston D. 2008. Is personal care important in the diagnosis of depression in older people?. BJGP, vol. 578(555), 675-676.
  • Walshe C, Todd C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Judgements about fellow professionals: a qualitative study of the influences on palliative care referral decisions. BJGP, vol. 58, 264-272.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Sheirs D. 2008. Just think about it in your consultation. An article to raise awareness about depression in older people. RCGP News.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Post-natal depression: management in primary care.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2008. The GPs role in the detection and management of postnatal depression. RCGP News.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Slade M, Montana C, Stewart M, Gask L. 2008. The loss of doctor-to-doctor communication: Lessons from the reconfiguration of mental health. Journal of Health Research and Policy, vol. 13(1), 6-12.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Cahill G, Dowrick C, Wearden A, Peters S. 2008. Use of multiple sources of evidence about CFS/ME in primary care consultations. Annals of Family Medicine, vol. 6, 340-348.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2008. What influences referrals within community palliative care services? A qualitative case study. Social Sciences and Medicine, vol. 67(1), 137-146.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Lovell K, Roberts C, Baldwin R, Morley M, Burns A, Richards D, Burroughs H. 2007. A randomised controlled trial to test the feasibility of a collaborative care model for the management of depression in older people. Br J Gen Pract, vol. 57(538), 364-370. link>
  • McGowan L, Luker K, Creed F, Chew-Graham CA. 2007. How do you explain a pain that can't be seen?: the narratives of women with chronic pelvic pain and their disengagement with the diagnostic cycle. Br J Health Psychol, vol. 12(Pt 2), 261-274. link> doi>
  • McGowan L, Luker K, Creed F, Chew-Graham CA. 2007. "How can you explain a pain that can't be seen" The narratives of women with chronic pelvic pain and their disengagement with the diagnostic cycle. British Journal of Health Psychology, vol. 12, 261-274.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Slade M, Montana C, Stewart M, Gask L. 2007. A qualitative study of referral to community mental health teams in the UK: exploring the rhetoric and the reality. BMC Health Services Research, vol. 7, 117.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2007. Achieving target recruitment in a primary care trial: lessons from PRIDE. vol. 8(3), 264-270.
  • Protheroe J, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA, Peters T, Fahey T. 2007. Effectiveness of a Computerized Decision Aid in Primary Care on Decision-Making and Quality of Life in Menorrhagia: Results of the MENTIP Randomized Controlled Trial. Special Decision Medical Decision Making.
  • Walshe C, Caress AL, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2007. Evaluating partnership working: lessons for palliative care. European Journal of Cancer Care, vol. 16, 48-54.
  • Rogers A, Pilgrim D, Brennan S, Suliaman I, Watson G, Chew-Graham CA. 2007. Prescribing benzodiazepines in general practice: a new view of an old problem. Health, vol. 11(2), 181-198.
  • Protheroe J, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA. 2007. The use of mixed methodology in evaluating complex interventions: identifying patient factors that moderate the effects of a decision aid. Family Practice, vol. 24(6), 594-600.
  • Burroughs H, Morley M, Lovell K, Baldwin R, Burns A, Chew-Graham CA. 2006. "Justifiable depression": How health professionals and patients views late-life depression; a qualitative study. Family Practice, vol. 23, 369-377. doi>
  • Blakeman T, Macdonald W, Bower P, Gately C, Chew-Graham CA. 2006. A qualitative study of GPs' attitudes to self-management of chronic disease. BJGP, vol. 56(527), 407-414.
  • Wearden A, Riste L, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Bentall R, Morriss R, Peters S, Dunn G, Richardson G, Powell P. 2006. Fatigue Intervention by Nurses Evaluation - The FINE Trial. A randomised controlled trial of nurse led self-help treatment for patients in primary care with chronic fatigue syndrome (study protocol). BioMed Central - Medicine.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Mole EB, Evans LJ, Rogers AE. 2006. Informed consent? How do primary care professionals prepare women for cervical smears: A qualitative study. Patient Education & Counselling, 381-388.
  • Wearden A and Chew-Graham CA. 2006. Managing chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) in UK primary care: challenges and opportunities. Chronic Illness, vol. 2, 143-153.
  • Speake N, Wakefield JW, Heald A, Chew-Graham CA. 2005. Patients' perspectives on proactive care for people at risk of diabetes in primary care: a qualitative study. Practice Nursing, vol. 16(10), 506-511.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Alexander H, Rogers AE. 2005. The exceptional potential of the Internet? Perceptions about the management of another set of communications: a qualitative study. Primary Health Care Research and Development, vol. 5(4), 311-319.
  • Protheroe J and Chew-Graham CA. 2005. The role of primary care in the diagnosis and management of menorrhagia: a qualitative study. Primary Health Care Research and Development, vol. 6(3), 217-223.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2005. What do General Practice patients want when they present medically unexplained symptoms, and why do their doctors feel pressurised?. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, vol. 59(4), 261-262.
  • Chew-Graham CA, May CR, Roland MO. 2004. The harmful consequences of elevating the doctor-patient relationship to be a primary goal of the general practice consultation. Fam Pract, vol. 21(3), 229-231. link> doi>
  • Burroughs H, Chew-Graham CA, Richards D, Baldwin R, Burns A, Morley M, Roberts C. 2004. "We rob off the in-patient unit": a qualitative study of the recruitment of CPNs by Mental Health Trusts. Primary Care Psychiatry, vol. 9(2), 1-4.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Rogers AE, May CR, Shaef R, Ball E. 2004. A new role for the general practitioner? Reframing "inappropriate attenders" to inappropriate services. Primary Health Care Research & Development, vol. 5, 60-67.
  • Walshe C, Caress AL, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2004. Case Studies - a research strategy appropriate to palliative care?. Palliative Medicine, vol. 18, 677-684.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Burroughs H. 2004. Depression in the elderly. The Practitioner, vol. 248, 406-417.
  • Guthrie E, Margison F, Mackay H, Chew-Graham CA, Moorey J, Sibbald B. 2004. Effectiveness of Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy Training for Primary Care Counsellors. Psychotherapy Research, vol. 14(2), 161-175.
  • May CM, Allison G, Chapple A, Chew-Graham CA, Dixon C, Gask L, Graham L, Rogers A, Roland MO. 2004. Framing the doctor-patient relationship in chronic illness: a comparative study of general practitioners' accounts. Sociology of Health and Illness, vol. 26(2), 135-158.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Burns A, Baldwin RC. 2004. Treating depression in later life: we need to implement the evidence that exists. BMJ, vol. 329, 181-182.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Rogers A, Yassin N. 2003. 'I wouldn't want it on my CV or their records': medical students' experiences of help-seeking for mental health problems. Med Educ, vol. 37(10), 873-880. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA, Yassin N, Rogers A. 2003. "I wouldn't want in on my CV or their records": medical students; attitudes to help-seeking for mental health problems. Medical Education, vol. 37, 873-880.
  • Henderson E, May CR, Chew-Graham CA. 2003. Binge Eating Disorder: General Practitioners' Constructs of an ambiguous Pathology. Primary Health Care Research and Development, vol. 48, 301-306.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Burroughs H. 2003. Combine skills for quality care in depression. Health and Ageing.
  • Perry M and Chew-Graham CA. 2003. Finding a vein or obtaining consent: a qualitative study of hepatitis C testing in GP methadone clinics. Family Practice, vol. 20(5), 538-544.
  • Guthrie E, Kapur N, Chew-Graham CA, Mackway-Jones K, Moorey J, Mendel E, Francis F, Snderson S, Turpin C, Boddy G. 2003. Predictors of outcome following brief psycho-dynamic interpersonal therapy for deliberate self-poisoning. Australian and New Zealand Journal Psychiatry, vol. 37(5), 532-536.
  • Shield T, Campbell S, Rogers A, Worrall A, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L. 2003. Quality Indicators for Primary Care Mental Health Services. Quality and Safety in Health Care, vol. 12, 100-106. doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA, Mullin S, May CR, Hedley S, Cole H. 2002. Managing depression in primary care: another example of the inverse care law?. Fam Pract, vol. 19(6), 632-637. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA, May CR, Perry MS. 2002. Qualitative research and the problem of judgement: lessons from interviewing fellow professionals. Fam Pract, vol. 19(3), 285-289. link> doi>
  • Wileman L, May C, Chew-Graham CA. 2002. Medically unexplained symptoms and the problem of power in the primary care consultation: a qualitative study. Fam Pract, vol. 19(2), 178-182. link> doi>
  • Chew-Graham CA and Hogg T. 2002. Patients with chronic physical illness and co-existing psychological morbidity: GPs' views on their role and detection and management. Primary Care Psychiatry, vol. 8(2), 35-39.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Bashir C, Chantler K, Burman E, Batsleer J. 2002. South Asian women, Psychological distress and self-harm: lessons for Primary Care Trusts. Health and Social Care In the Community, vol. 10(5), 339-347.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Mullin S, May CR, Hedley S, Cole H. 2002. The management of Depression in Primary Care: another example of the inverse care law?. Family Practice, vol. 19(6), 632-637.
  • Coulter WA, Chew-Graham CA, Cheung SW, Burke FJ. 2001. Autoclave performance and operator knowledge of autoclave use in primary care: a survey of UK practices. J Hosp Infect, vol. 48(3), 180-185. link> doi>
  • Guthrie E, Kapur N, Mackway-Jones K, Chew-Graham CA, Moorey J. 2001. Randomized controlled trial of a brief psychological intervention following deliberate self-poisoning. BMJ, vol. 323(7305), 51-52.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 2000. 'Partners in pain'--the game of painmanship revisited. Fam Pract, vol. 17(4), 285-287. link> doi>
  • Rait G, Morley M, Burns A, Baldwin B, Chew-Graham CA, St Leger AS. 2000. Screening for cognitive impairment in older African-Caribbean's. Psychological Medicine, vol. 30, 957-963.
  • Firth M and Chew-Graham CA. 2000. Social Work: a therapeutic resource. The Journal of Primary Care Mental Health, vol. 44(3), 51-52.
  • Chew-Graham CA, May CR, Cole H, Hedley S. 2000. The burden of Depression in Primary Care: A qualitative investigation of General Practitioners' constructs of depressed people in Primary care. Primary Care Psychiatry, vol. 6(4), 137-141.
  • Rait G, Burns A, Baldwin R, Chew-Graham CA, Morley M, St Leger S. 2000. Validating screening instruments for cognitive impairment in older South Asians in the United Kingdom. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol. 15, 54-62.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May CR. 1999. Chronic Low Back Pain in General Practice: the challenge of the back pain consultation. Family Practice, vol. 16(1), 1-4.
  • May C, Doyle H, Chew-Graham CA. 1999. Medical knowledge and the intractable patient: the case of chronic low back pain. Social Science & Medicine, vol. 48, 523-534.
  • Rait G, Burns A, Baldwin R, Morley M, Chew-Graham CA, St Leger S, Abas M. 1999. Screening for Depression in older Afro-Caribbeans. Family Practice, vol. 16, 591-595.
  • Chew CA. 1997. Medication in the elderly. Health and Ageing.
  • Chew CA and May CR. 1997. The benefits of Back Pain. Family Practice, vol. 14(6), 461-466.
  • Chew CA. 1996. Improving the care of the elderley. Health and Ageing, vol. 1.
  • Rait G, Burns A, Chew CA. 1996. Old age, ethnicity and mental illness: a triple whammy. BMJ, vol. 313, 1347-1348.
  • Chew CA, Wilkin D, Glendinning C. 1994. Annual Assessment of patients aged 75 years and over: general practitioners' and practice nurses' views and experiences. BJGP, vol. 44, 263-267.
  • Chew CA, Wilkin D, Glendinning C. 1994. Annual Assessment of patients aged 75 years and over: views and experiences of elderly people. BJGP, vol. 44, 567-570.
  • Glendinning C, Chew CA, Wilkin D. 1994. Professional power and managerial control: the case of GP assessments of over 75s. Social Policy and Administration, vol. 28(4), 317-332.
  • Chew CA. 1993. Junior Doctors - Training in Hospital Posts. Palliative Care Today II, vol. 1, 12-13.
  • Reeve HA, Chew CA, Walker-Wilkinson I. 1991. Effectiveness of ward based opportunistic immunisation policy. BMJ, vol. 302, 412.
  • Chew CA. 1991. Hot topics in general practice. RCGP Connections.
  • Chew CA. 1991. Medical Education and Palliative Care. Palliative Care Today, vol. 1, 12.
  • Chew CA. 1991. Training for minor surgery in general practice during pre-registration surgical posts. BMJ, vol. 302, 1211.
  • Chew CA and Black N. 1991. Training for the new contract. J R Coll Gen Pract, vol. 41, 35-36.
  • Chew CA. 1991. Twenty years of vocational training in Scotland. BMJ, vol. 302, 472.
  • Chew CA and Whitehouse CR. 1989. Comparison of workload of a trainer and trainee. J R Coll Gen Pract, vol. 39, 431-432.
  • Chew CA and Cheshire CM. 1989. Effects of Burglary in elderly people. BMJ, vol. 299, 316.
  • Wu P, Gulati M, Kwok CS, Wong C, Narain A, O'Brien S, Chew-Graham C, Verma G, Kadam UT, Mamas M. Preterm birth and maternal cardiovascular outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of the American Heart Association : Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease.
  • Wearden A, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Bentall R, Morriss R, Peters S, Riste L, Richardson G, Lovell K, Dunn G. Rapid Response. BMJ, vol. 340.

Chapters

  • Chew-Graham CA and Ray M. 2016. Challenges and Opportunities. In Mental Health and Older People. Springer Link. doi> link>
  • Richardson JC and Chew-Graham C. 2016. Resilience and Well-Being. In Mental Health and Older People. Springer. doi> link>
  • Chew-Graham CA and Ray M. 2016. Setting the Context. In Mental Health and Older People. Springer Link. doi> link>
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2016. Anxiety and Depression in Older People: Diagnostic Challenges. In Mental Health and Older People. Springer. doi> link>

Other

  • Liddle J, Lawton SA, Chew-Graham CA, Healey EL, Mallen CD, Jinks C. 2017. Exploring discrepancies between long-term condition review consultation audio-recordings and computer template data (the ENHANCE pilot trial). TRIALS (vol. 18). link>
  • Machin AR, Chew-Graham CA, Dale N, Ryan S, Hider S. 2017. PERSPECTIVES OF PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS ON CASE-FINDING FOR ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION WITHIN A NURSE-LED ANNUAL REVIEW CLINIC. RHEUMATOLOGY (vol. 56, p. 127). link>
  • Liddle J, Chew-Graham CA, Mallen CD, Healey EL, Jinks C, Dikomitis L. 2017. SO LOOKING AT THIS, YOU LOOK LIKE YOU'VE GOT SOME ISSUES GOING ON WITH YOUR JOINTS: EXPLORING CASE-FINDING IN LONG-TERM CONDITION REVIEW CONSULTATIONS-THE ENHANCE PILOT TRIAL. RHEUMATOLOGY (vol. 56, p. 121). link>
  • Chen Y, Hayward R, Chew-Graham C, Hubbard R, Sims K, Jordan K. 2016. Future diagnosis following recorded presentation of symptoms of breathlessness and wheeze in primary care.
  • Baker S, Chew-Graham CA, Wilkie R, McBeth J. 2016. MAINTAINING MENTAL HEALTH IN OLDER PEOPLE WITH MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN: A LONGITUDINAL COHORT STUDY. ANNALS OF THE RHEUMATIC DISEASES (vol. 75, pp. 656-657). link> doi>
  • Tan V, Jinks C, Porcheret M, Chew-Graham CA, Cooper V, Healey EL, Morden A, Lawton SA, Dziedzic KS, Mallen C, Finney AG. The ‘ENHANCE’ long-term condition review: Identifying co-morbid joint pain, depression and anxiety in patients with long-term conditions.
  • Patel NR, Christine B, Blickeml C, Kennedy AP, Chew-Graham CA, Reeves D. 2014. DIABETES-RELATED ILLNESS BELIEFS IN BRITISH SOUTH ASIANS: A MIXED METHODS STUDY. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE (vol. 21, p. S127). link>
  • Keyworth C, Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Kane K, Pearce CJ, Chisholm A, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L. 2014. HOW DO HEALTH PROFESSIONALS COMMUNICATE RISK DURING CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE SCREENING CONSULTATIONS?. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE (vol. 21, pp. S80-S81). link>
  • Patel NR, Reeves D, Blickem C, Kennedy AP, Chew-Graham CA. 2014. SALIENT BELIEFS ABOUT FASTING IN BRITISH MUSLIMS WITH DIABETES: A QUALITATIVE STUDY. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE (vol. 21, p. S85). link>
  • Nelson P, Cordingley L, Griffiths CEM, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Cardiovascular disease risk communication in patients with Psoriasis: a qualitative study.
  • Langer S, Salmon P, Hunter C, Drinkwater J, Guthrie E, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Continual professional support in chronic illness: creating dependency or enabling effective self-management?.
  • Hunter C, Chew-Graham CA, Langer S, Drinkwater J, Stenhoff A, Guthrie E, Salmon P. 2012. Decision-making about Unscheduled Care in Long-term conditions: Patients, Family and Practitioner Perspectives on Responsibility and Ownership of Decisions.
  • Hannon K, Peters S, Fisher L, Riste L, Lovell K, Wearden A, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Developing Resources to Support the Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) in Primary Care. A qualitative study.
  • Patel NR, Reeves D, Blickem C, Chew-Graham CA, Kennedy AP. 2012. How much diabetes 'work' is undertaken by social networks of the South Asian population living with diabetes: An exploratory study. Poster presentation.
  • Peters S, Poliquin E, Chisholm A, Rowbotham A, Chew-Graham CA, Wearden A. 2012. How useful is the delayed prescribing strategy for increasing effective communication about managing self-limiting respiratory tract infections? Perspectives from prescribers and patients.
  • Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Lovell K, Gask L. 2012. Improving equity of access to mental health through primary care: the AMP model. Symposium. Mental Health and Family Medicine.
  • Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA, Lovell K, Lamb J, Aseem S, Beatty S, Bower P, Burroughs H, Clarke P, Edwards S, Gabbay M, Gravenhorst K, Hammond J, Hibbert D, Kovandzic M, Lloyd-Williams M, Waheed W, Gask L. 2012. Report to the National Institute for Health Research on an R&D programme to increase equity of access to high quality mental health services in primary care.
  • Cocksedge S, George B, Renwick S, Chew-Graham CA. 2012. Using touch in primary care consultations: qualitative investigation of doctors' and patients' perspectives.
  • Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L. 2011. South Asian perspectives about living with psoriasis: a qualitative UK study.
  • Fisher L, Peters S, Hannon K, Riste L, Wearden A, Lovell K, Chew-Graham CA. 2011. The METRIC study: Incorporating patient and carer perspectives in the development of resources and training for Primary Care Practitioners about CFS/ME.
  • Sharp DJ, Chew-Graham CA, Tylee A, Lewis G, Howard L, Anderson I. 2010. A pragmatic randomised controlled trial to compare antidepressants with a community-based psychosocial intervention for the treatment of women with postnatal depression: the RESPOND trial.
  • Heyes R, Coventry P, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Barriers and facilitators to the treatment of depression in people with diabetes and CHD - informing the development of care pathways.
  • Heyes R, Bower P, Reeves D, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Bringing self-management into clinical view: a qualitative study of long-term condition management in primary care pathways.
  • Walters A, Firth A, Frank T, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Exploring the avenues to involvement in primary care research: The role of the research networks.
  • Peters S, Chisholm A, Cordingley L, Wearden A, Rowbotham S, Moschogianis S, Hyde C, Baker D, Chew-Graham CA. 2010. Managing self-limiting URTIs in general practice: how useful is the delayed prescribing strategy?.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Chisholm A, Cordingley L, Wearden A, Rowbotham S, Moschogianis S, Hyde C, Baker D, Peters S. 2010. Managing self-limiting URTIs in general pratice: how useful is the delayed prescribing strategy?.
  • Hyde C, Chisholm A, Cordingley L, Wearden A, Chew-Graham CA, Rowbotham S, Moschogianis S, Baker D, Peters S. 2010. Targeting general practitioners' educational needs: managing self-limiting respiratory tract infections in primary care.
  • Dowrick C, Gask L, Chew-Graham CA, Rogers A, Gunn J, Ludman E, Greene G, May C. 2010. The work of being depressed.
  • Langer S, Chew-Graham CA, Guthrie E, Salmon P. 2010. Unscheduled care use amongst patients with long-term conditions: a review of the qualitative literature.
  • Heyes R, Coventry P, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Barriers and facilitators to the treatment of depression in people with diabetes and CHD - informing the development of care pathways.
  • Kovandzic M and Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Barriers to access to care for older people with depression: secondary analysis of existing data.
  • Peters S, Wearden A, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Challenges of nurse delivery of psychological interventions for long-term conditions in primary care: a qualitative investigation of the case of CFS/ME. Oral presentation.
  • Dowrick C, Gask L, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Improving Access to Mental Health in Primary Care (AMP). Panel presentation.
  • Mead N, Lester N, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L, Bower P. 2009. Is befriending an effective option for managing depression and emotional distress in the community? Systematic review and meta-analysis.
  • Wearden A. 2009. On behalf of the FINE Trial group. Fatigue Intervention by Nurses Evaluation - The FINE Trial. Randomised controlled trial of nurse-led pragmatic rehabilitation treatment delivered at home for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) in the UK primary care.
  • Wearden A. 2009. On behalf of the FINE Trial group. Fatigue Intervention by Nurses Evaluation - The FINE Trial. Randomised controlled trial of nurse-led pragmatic rehabilitation treatment delivered at home for patients with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME) in the UK primary care.
  • Riste L, Chew-Graham CA, Peters S, Dowrick C. 2009. Patients' reports of their management of CFS/ME in primary care.
  • Peters S, Dixon R, Shaw J, Smythe N, Chew-Graham CA. 2009. Practice Nurses' role in the psychological management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: a qualitative study.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2008. A qualitative study of referral to community mental health teams in the UK: exploring the rhetoric and the reality. Invited presentation.
  • Peters S, Dowrick C, Lovell K, Cahill G, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Delivering psychological interventions in primary care for chronic conditions: a qualitative exploration of the case of chronic fatigue syndrome.
  • Wearden A, Peters S, Riste L, Chew-Graham CA, Dowrick C. 2008. For fine group - "Recruitment to a primary care treatment trial".
  • Blakeman T, Bower P, Reeves D, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. How do professionals facilitate self-management in patients with long-term conditions? A qualitative study of general practice consultations.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Richardson V, Peter S. 2008. Making the diagnosis of CFS/ME in primary care: a qualitative study.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Mental Health is Everyone's Business: Recognising the importance of mental health in all work-streams.
  • Peters S, Dowrick C, Lovell K, Cahill G, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Psychological interventions for long term conditions in primary care: the case of chronic fatigue syndrome.
  • Peters S, Chew-Graham CA, Dowrick C. 2008. Psychological treatments for medically unexplained symptoms delivered by health professionals: using qualitative methodologies to understand the story behind the numbers. Journal of Psychosomatic Research (vol. 64, p. 668).
  • Chew-Graham CA, Wearden A, Dowrick C, Peters S. 2008. Sources of knowledge brought to a primary care consultation for CFS/ME: a qualitative study of patients and GPs. Poster Presentation.
  • McGowan L, Escott D, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Supportive self-management in women with chronic pelvic pain in primary care settings.
  • McBeth J, McFarlane G, Davis I, Jackson J, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. The prevalence of "Unexplained" Chronic Widespread Pain in the General Practice population: Results from the General Practice Symptoms Study.
  • Protheroe J, Bower P, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. The use of mixed methodology in evaluation complex interventions: Identifying patient factors that moderate the effects of a decision aid.
  • Brocki J, Peters S, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. What makes a psychological intervention acceptable to patients? A qualitative exploration of the case of CFS/ME.
  • Turner K, Folkes L, Sharp D, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Women's views and experiences of antidepressants as a treatment for postnatal depression: a qualitative study.
  • Turner K, Folkes L, Sharp D, Chew-Graham CA. 2008. Women's views and experiences of antidepressants as a treatment for postnatal depression: a qualitative study.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2007. "Ownership" of patients": does this affect access to services?.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Baldwin R, Burns A, Lovell K, Roberts C. 2007. A controlled trial to investigate the feasibility of a new model of intervention for the treatment of late-life depression in Primary Care.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Dowrick C, Cahill G, Peters S. 2007. Delivering psychological interventions in primary care for chronic conditions: a qualitative exploration of the case of CFS/ME.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Folkes L, Chamberlain E, Turner K, Sharp D. 2007. Disclosure and diagnosis of postnatal depression: a qualitative study exploring the views of women and primary care professionals.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2007. Equity of access to community palliative care services. Poster presented.
  • Slade M, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L. 2007. Evaluation of the Threshold Assessment Grid (TAG) as a means of improving access from primary care to mental health services.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2007. Ownership of patients: does this affect access to services? Poster presented.
  • Peters S, Cahill G, Dowrick C, Chew-Graham CA. 2007. Sources of knowledge brought to a primary care consultation for CFS/ME: a qualitative study of patients and GPs. Poster presentation.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Dixon R, Cahill G, Peters S. 2007. The role of practice nurses in the management of CFS: a qualitative study.
  • Chamberlain E, Chew-Graham CA, Caulfield L, Folkes L, Sharp D. 2007. Whose responsibility is Postnatal Depression?.
  • Blakeman T, Macdonald W, Bower P, Gately C, Chew-Graham CA. 2006. A qualitative study exploring GPs' attitudes to self-management of chronic disease.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2006. Choice or Chance? How does patient choice operate in community palliative care services?.
  • Burroughs H, Chew-Graham S, Burns A, Baldwin RC, Morley M, Roberts C, Lovell K, Chew-Graham CA. 2006. Defining an intervention in a trial needs to take account of patient and professional views on the clinical problem.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2006. Different methods, different findings. Comparing and contrasting research into how patients access community palliative care services.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2006. 'Doing your own thing'. How do district nurses perceive their role in providing community palliative care. Paper presented.
  • Protheroe J, Chew-Graham CA, Bower P, Fahey T, Peters T. 2006. Enhancing decision making in menorrhagia in primary care using computerized decision analysis: randomized trial and qualitative evaluation.
  • Montana C, Chew-Graham CA, Gask L, Stewart M, Slade M. 2006. Exploring difficulties across the primary/secondary care interface when accessing care for patients with mental health problems.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Burroughs H, Burns A, Baldwin RC, Morley M, Roberts C, Lovell K. 2006. Is a self-help intervention effective for late-life depression? Initial results from the PRIDE trial.
  • Cahill G, Chew-Graham CA, Peters S. 2006. Managing CFS/ME in primary care: negotiating the illness in the context of the doctor-patient relationship [poster].
  • Cahill G, Peters S, Chew-Graham CA. 2006. Managing CFS/ME in primary care: negotiating the illness in the context of the doctor-patients relationship. Oral presentation.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2006. Priorities and protocols. Achieving, adopting and anticipating the Gold Standards Framework in three English Primary Care Trusts. Paper presented.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2006. Referral in community palliative care services - an exploration of the impact of interprofessional issues. Poster presented.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Burroughs H, Burns A, Baldwin RC, Morley M, Roberts C, Lovell K, Richards D. 2006. The PRIDE Trial: Is a collaborative care approach effective for depression in older people?.
  • Burroughs H and Chew-Graham CA. 2005. "Justifiable depression": health care professionals' views of late-life depression.
  • Burroughs H and Chew-Graham CA. 2005. "Justifiable depression": health care professionals' views of late-life depression.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2005. Access to community palliative care services - the influence of interprofessional issues on referral patterns. Poster presented.
  • Burroughs H and Chew-Graham CA. 2005. Defining an intervention in a trail needs to take account of patient and professional views on the clinical problem.
  • Burroughs H and Chew-Graham CA. 2005. Evaluating a self-help approach in the management of late-life depression using qualitative methods.
  • Heald A, Speake N, Wakefield J, Chew-Graham CA. 2005. Mismatch between Patients' Perspectives and Professional Expectations in relation to management of Pre-diabetes. Poster presentation.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2005. Partnerships in supportive and palliative care: implementing the NICE guidance. Paper presented at the RCN 3rd Biennial Joint Cancer Conference. It's everybody's business. A collaborative approach to nursing developments in cancer care and other related conditions.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2005. Research methods in primary care. An exploration of the appropriateness of a case study strategy in a study of palliative care services. Paper presented.
  • Walshe C, Caress A, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2004. Choosing case study - what does it have to offer palliative care research. Poster presented at the 3rd Research Forum of the European Association of Palliative care.
  • Walshe C, Caress AN, Chew-Graham CA, Todd C. 2004. Choosing case study - what does it have to offer palliative care research?.
  • McGowan L, Chew-Graham CA, Luker K, Creed F. 2004. How do you explain a pain that can't be seen? The narratives of women with chronic pelvic pain and their engagement in the diagnostic cycle.
  • Burroughs H and Chew-Graham CA. 2004. The diagnosis of depression in the elderly: a gut feeling.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Burroughs H. 2004. The diagnosis of depression in the elderly: a gut feeling.
  • McGowan L, Luker K, Creed F, Chew-Graham CA. 2004. The narratives of women with chronic pelvic pain.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Rogers A. 2004. Views of GPs and Psychiatrists in the use of benzodiazepines: a qualitative study.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 2003. Mental Health Needs Assessment in Central Manchester. Contributed to report of group convened by Professor Francis Creed.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 2002. On-going doctor-patient relationships in Primary Care: Therapeutic relationships that may be harmful to doctors.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Perry M, May C. 2002. Qualitative research and the problem of judgement: lessons from interviewing fellow professionals.
  • Chew-Graham CA and Bashir C. 2001. Mental Health Needs Assessment in Central Manchester.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Bashir C, Firth M, Saltmore S. 2001. Mental Health Needs Assessment of Under-Represented groups in Central Manchester.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Ball E, Shaef R, Rogers A. 2001. Primary Care Physicians: General Practitioners working in A&E Units.
  • Chew-Graham CA, Rogers AE, Shaeff R, May C, Ball E. 2001. Primary Care Physicians: GPs working in Accident and Emergency Units.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 2001. The boundaries of Effective Consultation and the role of the General Practitioner.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 2000. Partners in Pain: The game of Painmanship revisited.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 2000. The Benefits of Back Pain.
  • Chew-Graham CA and May C. 1999. Chronic Low Back Pain: the Challenge of the Consultation.
  • Chew CA. 1996. Towards Costing Diabetes Care. Report of Seminar and Workshop.
  • Chew CA and Wilkin D. 1994. Annual Assessment of over 75 years olds in General Practice: Contributing to Population Health Needs Assessment.
  • Chew CA, Glendinning C, Wilkin D. 1993. Assessment of patients over 75 years of age: comparing views of general practitioners, practice nurses and elderly patients.
  • Wilkin D, Chew CA, Glendinning C. 1993. GP Assessment of Patients aged 75 years and over: Experiences and views of elderly people.
  • Chew CA, Chew C, Glendinning C, Wilkin D. 1993. GP Assessment of Patients aged 75 years and over: Experiences and views of GPs and Practice Nurses.
  • Glendinning C, Chew CA, Wilkin D. 1992. GP Assessment of Patients aged 75 years and over: The views of FHSA Managers Report to the Department of Health, Centre for Primary Care Researcj.
  • Chew CA. 1992. Monitoring GP assessment of patients aged 75 years or over.
  • Chew CA, Morton S, Schneiden H. 1986. On the State of Public Health of Stockport.
  • Chew CA. 1984. A survey of the health knowledge of insulin dependent diabetics.
  • Chew-Graham CA. 1982. Royal College of General Practitioners and Association for Palliative Medicine. Joint Statement on Palliative Medicine: Content of Vocational Training.
  • Chew-Graham CA. A collective responsibility to act now on ageing and mental health: a consensus statement.
  • Nelson PA, Kane K, Chisholm A, Pearce C, Keyworth C, Rutter MK, Chew-Graham CA, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L. 2014. 'I should have taken that further': a mixed-methods study of missed opportunities in the cardiovascular risk assessment of patients with psoriasis. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY (vol. 171, pp. E109-E110). link>
  • Chen Y, Hayward R, Chew-Graham C, Hubbard R, Sims K, Jordan K. Increased risk of mortality following recorded presentation of symptoms of breathlessness and wheeze in primary care: a matched cohort study using electronic health records.
  • Keyworth C, Nelson PA, Chew-Graham CA, Kane K, Chisholm A, Pearce CJ, Griffiths CEM, Cordingley L. 2014. Talking to people with psoriasis about cardiovascular disease risk factors: techniques used in the practitioner-patient consultation. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY (vol. 171, pp. E141-E142). link>
  • Chisholm A, Kane K, Nelson PA, Pearce C, Keyworth C, Griffiths CEM, Chew-Graham CA, Cordingley L. 2014. 'You look fine to me': conceptualizing cardiovascular disease risk for people with psoriasis. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY (vol. 171, pp. E139-E140). link>

I have experience as a GP Trainer and Course Organiser and am currently Director of Clinical Academic Training.
Currently I teach medical students within my practice and supervise student research projects. I am a personal development tutor for medical students at Keele Medical School.

GP partner in a practice in Central Manchester.
RCGP Curriculum Champion, Mental Health, and a clinical advisor to RCGP on mental health issues.
Editor in Chief for the journal Health Expectations, Section Editor for BMC Family Practice, and on Editorial Boards for Cutting Edge Psychiatry, International Journal of Family Practice and Nursing Education and Practice.
Currently on NICE Guideline Development Groups for Multimorbidity and Depression (update).