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Daykin, N., Sanidas, M., Tritter, J., Rimmer, J. and Evans, S. (2004) Developing user involvement in a UK cancer network: Professionals' and users' perspectives. Critical Public Health, 14 (3). pp. 277-294. ISSN 0958-1596

Tritter, J., Daykin, N., Evans, S. and Sanidas, M. (2003) Improving Cancer Services through Patient Involvement. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing. ISBN 9781857758443

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Turton, P. and Daykin, N. (2003) To be involved or not to be involved: The question for users of NHS cancer services. In: BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, University of York, UK, 26-28 September 2003.

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Turton, P., Rimmer, J., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2003) Belonging and exlusion in health services: The impact on users of professional responses to user involvement in cancer services. In: BSA 2003 Annual Conference, University of York, UK, 11 April 2003.

Sanidas, M., Barley, V., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Developing consensus and interprofessional working in cancer services: the case of user involvement. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 16 (4). pp. 405-8.

Rimmer, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N. and Evans, S. (2002) Does it make a difference? The impact of interprofessional education on enhancing user participation in the development of cancer services. In: Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care, University of Bournemouth, 10 September 2002.

Tritter, J., Sanidas, M., Daykin, N., Barley, V. and Daykin, N. (2001) Divided care and the third way: User involvement in statutory and voluntary sector cancer services. In: European Sociological Association Conference, Helsinki, Finland, 10th July, 2001.

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