Paul Flowers
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Interpretative phenomenological analysis: Theory, method, and research [Kindle edition]
J Smith, P Flowers, M Larkin
Exploring lived experience.
K Reid, P Flowers, M Larkin
The psychologist, 2005
Interpretative phenomenological analysis and the psychology of health and illness
JA Smith, P Flowers, M Osborn
Material discourses of health and illness, 68-91, 1997
“I was terrified of being different”: Exploring gay men's accounts of growing-up in a heterosexist society
P Flowers, K Buston
Journal of adolescence 24 (1), 51-65, 2001
Multiperspectival designs and processes in interpretative phenomenological analysis research
M Larkin, R Shaw, P Flowers
Qualitative research in psychology 16 (2), 182-198, 2019
Health and romance: Understanding unprotected sex in relationships between gay men
P Flowers, JA Smith, P Sheeran, N Beail
British Journal of Health Psychology 2 (1), 73-86, 1997
“Social”,“Open” and “Participative”? Exploring personal experiences and organisational effects of enterprise2. 0 use
D Denyer, E Parry, P Flowers
Long Range Planning 44 (5-6), 375-396, 2011
Research philosophies–importance and relevance
P Flowers
European Journal of Information Systems 3 (2), 112-126, 2009
Stigma and the delegitimation experience: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of people living with chronic fatigue syndrome
A Dickson, C Knussen, P Flowers
Psychology and Health 22 (7), 851-867, 2007
Towards intervention development to increase the uptake of COVID‐19 vaccination among those at high risk: Outlining evidence‐based and theoretically informed future …
L Williams, AJ Gallant, S Rasmussen, LA Brown Nicholls, N Cogan, ...
British Journal of Health Psychology 25 (4), 1039-1054, 2020
‘That was my old life; it's almost like a past-life now’: Identity crisis, loss and adjustment amongst people living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
A Dickson, C Knussen, P Flowers
Psychology and Health 23 (4), 459-476, 2008
Interpretative phenomenological analysis: An overview and methodological review
K Reid, P Flowers, M Larkin
The Psychologist 18 (1), 20-23, 2005
Diagnosis and stigma and identity amongst HIV positive Black Africans living in the UK
P Flowers, M Davis, G Hart, M Rosengarten, J Frankis, J Imrie
Psychology and Health 21 (1), 109-122, 2006
Community, responsibility and culpability: HIV risk‐management amongst Scottish gay men
P Flowers, B Duncan, J Frankis
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 10 (4), 285-300, 2000
Analysis: theory, method and research
JA Smith, P Flowers, M Larkin
London: Sage, 2009
Renegotiating sexual intimacy in the context of altered embodiment: the experiences of women with breast cancer and their male partners following mastectomy and reconstruction.
JM Loaring, M Larkin, R Shaw, P Flowers
Health Psychology 34 (4), 426, 2015
Does bar-based, peer-led sexual health promotion have a community-level effect amongst gay men in Scotland?
P Flowers, GJ Hart, LM Williamson, JS Frankis, GJ Der
International journal of STD & AIDS 13 (2), 102-108, 2002
Gay men and HIV/AIDS risk management
P Flowers
Health: 5 (1), 50-75, 2001
'The bars, the bogs, and the bushes': the impact of locale on sexual cultures
P Flowers, C Marriott, G Hart
Culture, Health & Sexuality 2 (1), 69-86, 2000
Re‐appraising HIV testing: An exploration of the psychosocial costs and benefits associated with learning one's HIV status in a purposive sample of Scottish gay men
P Flowers, B Duncan, C Knussen
British journal of health psychology 8 (2), 179-194, 2003
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