STACEY, G., POLLOCK, K. and CRAWFORD, P., 2016. The rules of the game in graduate entry nursing: A longitudinal case study Nurse Education Today. 184-189 RIETJENS, JUDITH A C, KORFAGE, IDA J, DUNLEAVY, LESLIE, PRESTON, NANCY J, JABBARIAN, LEA J, ARNFELDT CHRISTENSEN, CAROLINE, DE BRITO, MAJA, BULLI, FRANCESCO, CASWELL, GLENYS, CERY, BRANKA, VAN DELDEN, JOHANNES, DELIENS, LUC, GORINI, GUISEPPE, GROENVOLD, MOGENS, HOUTTEKIER, DIRK, INGRAVALLO, FRANCESCA, KARS, MARIJKE C, LUNDER, URSKA, MICCINESI, GUIDE, MIMIC, ALENKA, PACI, EUGENIO, PAYNE, SHEILA, POLINDER, SUZANNE, POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, SEYMOUR, JANE, SIMONIC, ANJA, JOHNSEN, ANNA THIT, VERKISSON, MARIETTE N, DE VRIES, ESTHER, WILCOCK, ANDREW, ZWAKMAN, MARIEKE and VAN DER HEIDE, AGNES, 2016. Advance care planning – a multi-centre cluster randomised clinical trial:: : the research protocol of the ACTION study BMC Cancer. 16(264),
POLLOCK, KRISTIAN and SEYMOUR, JANE, 2015. Communication and Advance Care Planning in Older People. In: VAN DEN BLOCK, LIEVE, ALBERS, GWENDA, PEREIRA, SANDRA, ONWUTEAKA-PHILIPSEN, BREGIE D, PASMAN, H ROELINE W and DELIENS, LUC, eds., Palliative care for older people: A public health perspective. Oxford University Press.
GLADMAN, J, HARWOOD, R, CONROY, S, LOGAN, P, ELLIOTT, R, JONES, R, LEWIS, S, DYAS, J, SCHNEIDER, J, POROCK, D, POLLOCK, K, GOLDBERG, S, EDMANS, J, GORDON, A and BRADSH, 2015. Medical Crises in Older People: cohort study of older people attending acute medical units, developmental work and randomised controlled trial of a specialist geriatric medical intervention for high-risk older people; cohort study of older people with mental health problems admitted to hospital, developmental work and randomised controlled trial of a specialist medical and mental health unit for general hospital patients with delirium and dementia; and cohort study of residents of care homes and interview study of health-care provision to residents of care homes Programme Grants Appl Res. 3(4),
POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, 2014. Patient's Trust. In: COCKERHAM, WILLIAM C, DINGWALL, ROBERT and QUAH, STELLA R, eds., The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society Wiley-Blackwell. 3040
GOLDBERG, S. E., WHITTAMORE, K.C., POLLOCK, K., HARWOOD, R. H. and GLADMAN, J. R., 2014. Caring for cognitively impaired older patients in the general hospital: A qualitative analysis of similarities and differences between a specialist Medical and Mental Health Unit and standard care wards International Journal of Nursing Studies. 51(10), 1332-1343 POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, CASWELL, GLENYS, HARWOOD, ROWAN and POROCK, DAVINA, 2014. Caring for frail or seriously ill older people dying on acute hospital wards BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. A20
WILSON, E, POLLOCK, K and AUBEELUCK, A, 2014. Providing care services to people affected by Huntington's disease: an overview of the challenges British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 10(3), 139-143
POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, WILSON, ELEANOR and SEYMOUR, JANE, 2014. Planning for the End of Life: The Translation of Policy in Real World Settings Palliative Medicine. 28(6), 728
WILSON, ELEANOR, AUBEELUCK, AIMEE and POLLOCK, K, 2014. Applying a health care model to Huntington’s disease – the key worker approach British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing. 10(5), 214-218
COX, K., BIRD, L., ARTHUR, A., KENNEDY, S., POLLOCK, K., KUMAR, A., STANTON, W. and SEYMOUR, J., 2013. Public attitudes to death and dying in the UK: a review of published literature BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. 3, 37-45 LATIF, ASAM, BOARDMAN, HELEN and POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, 2013. Understanding the patient perspective of the English community pharmacy Medicines Use Review (MUR) Research in Social & Administrative Pharmacy. LATIF, ASAM, POLLOCK, KRISTIAN and BOARDMAN, HELEN, 2013. Medicines use reviews: a potential resource or
lost opportunity for general practice? BMC Family Practice. 14(57), 1-8
LATIF A, BOARDMAN HF and POLLOCK K, 2013. A qualitative study exploring the impact and consequence of the medicines use review service on pharmacy support staff. Pharmacy Practice. 11(2), 118-124
COVENEY, C.M., POLLOCK, K., ARMSTRONG, S. and MOORE, JOHN, 2012. Callers' experiences of calling a national suicide prevention helpline: report of an online survey Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention. 33(6), 313-324 ALMACK, K., COX, K., MOGHADDAM, N., POLLOCK, K. and SEYMOUR, J., 2012. After you: conversations between patients and healthcare professionals in planning for end of life care BMC Palliative Care. 11, 15
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H and POLLOCK, K, 2011. A critical look at the Medicines Use Reviews consultation as a means of collaborating with patients about their medicines International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 9(Suppl 2), 25
BOARDMAN, HELEN, LATIF, ASAM and POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, 2011. Impact and consequence of Medicines Use Reviews (MURs) on the workload in community pharmacy International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 19(Suppl1), 31-33
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H. and POLLOCK, K., 2011. Exploring community pharmacy medicines use reviews as a means of improving the clinical and cost effectiveness of prescribed medicines and reducing waste Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety. 20((Suppl 1)6),
POLLOCK, K., MOGHADDAM, N., COX, K., WILSON, E. and HOWARD, P., 2011. Exploring patients' experience of receiving information about cancer: a comparison of interview and questionnaire methods of data collection Health. 15(2), 153-172
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H and POLLOCK, K, 2011. Insights into Medicines Use Reviews and patient experiences of the service Clinical Pharmacist. (In Press.)
LATIF, ASAM, BOARDMAN, HELEN and POLLOCK, KRISTIAN, 2011. Reasons involved in selecting patients for a Medicines Use Review (MUR): Exploring pharmacist and staff choices International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 19(Suppl1), 31-33
LATIF, A., POLLOCK, K. and BOARDMAN, H., 2011. Patient experiences of their Medicines Use Review (MUR) International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 19(Suppl 2), 65-66
COX, K., MOGHADDAM, N., ALMACK, K., POLLOCK, K. and SEYMOUR, J., 2011. Is it recorded in the notes? Documentation of end-of-life care and preferred place to die discussions in the final weeks of life BMC Palliative Care. 10, 18 STICKLEY, T., STACEY, G., POLLOCK, K., SMITH, A., BETINIS, J. and FAIRBANK, S., 2010. The practice assessment of student nurses by people who use mental health services Nurse Education Today. 30(1), 20-25
MOORE, J., COVENEY, C., POLLOCK, K. and ARMSTRONG, S., 2010. An Evaluation of Samaritans Telephone and Email Emotional Support Service: Case Studies
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H. and POLLOCK, K., 2010. Exploring ‘ad hoc’ medicines use reviews - methodological and ethical considerations International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 18(Supplement 1), 40
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H and POLLOCK, K, 2010. What do patients think of Medicines Use Reviews?: Is the service fulfilling its aims to improve knowledge and use of medicines Pharmacy Practice. 8((Suppl 1) :88),
LATIF, A., POLLOCK, K. and BOARDMAN, H., 2010. Why do patients accept or decline the invitation for a Medicines Use Review? International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 18((Suppl 2) 21),
POROCK, D, POLLOCK, K and JURGENS, F, 2009. Dying in public: the nature of dying in an acute hospital setting. Journal of Housing for the Elderly. 16(1), 10-28
LATIF, A., BOARDMAN, H. and POLLOCK, K., 2009. The McDonaldisation of medicines use reviews International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. A40
CURTIS, B. and POLLOCK, K., 2009. Understanding sun exposure in adolescent girls in the UK British Journal of School Nursing. 4(4), 175-180
ALMACK, K., MOGHADDAM, N., COX, K., SEYMOUR, J., POROCK, D. and POLLOCK, K., 2008. Choice and decision making in palliative care: a study of patients', carers' and health professionals' experiences Palliative Medicine: Abstracts of the 7th Palliative Care Congress, Glasgow. 22(4), 567-603 (In Press.)
POLLOCK, K., COX, K., HOWARD, P., WILSON, E. and MOGHADDAM, N., 2008. Service user experiences of information delivery after a diagnosis of cancer: a qualitative study Supportive Care in Cancer. 16(8), 963-973
POLLOCK, K, 2007. Is patient information empowering? European Journal of Cancer: EJC Supplements. 5(4), 413
GRIME, J., BLENKINSOPP, A., RAYNOR, D.K., POLLOCK, K. and KNAPP, P., 2007. The role and value of written information for patients about individual medicines:: a systematic review Health Expectations. 10, 286-298 RAYNOR, DK, BLENKINSOPP, A, KNAPP, P, GRIME, J, NICOLSON, D, POLLOCK, K, DORER, G, GILBODY, S, DICKINSON, D, MAULE, AJ and SPOOR, P, 2007. A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative research on the role and effectiveness of written information available to patients about individual medicines Health Technology Assessment. (11 (5))
POROCK, D., POLLOCK, K., WILSON, E. and COX, K., 2006. The Cancer Supportive Care Project Evaluation The University of Nottingham.
COX, K, POLLOCK,K, HOWARD, P, WILSON, E and MOGHADDAM, N., 2006. Evaluating the 'Cancerbackup Network Patient Information Project 2002 - 2006': users' experiences of patient information delivery across a cancer network University of Nottingham.
CHATTERTON, M, BLENKINSOPP, A and POLLOCK, K, 2006. Statins and the interface between patient and community pharmacist International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 14, 255-262 HUMMELINCK, A. and POLLOCK, K., 2006. Parents' information needs about the treatment of their chronically ill child: A qualitative study Patient Education and Counseling. VOL 62(NUMBER 2), 228-234
KNAPP, P, RAYNOR, DK, NICOLSON, D, BLENKINSOPP, A, GRIME, J, POLLOCK,K, SPOOR, P, GILBODY, S, MAULE, J, DORER, G and DICKINSON, D, 2005. Written information about medicines for consumers (Protocol)
POLLOCK, K., GRIME, J., BAKER, E. and MANTALA, K., 2004. Meeting the information needs of psychiatric inpatients: Staff and patient perspectives Journal of Mental Health. 13(4), 389-401
CHATTERTON, M., BLENKINSOPP, A. and POLLOCK, K., 2004. Support for statin users: a comparison of patient and community pharmacist views on the future INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACY PRACTICE. VOL 12(SUPP/1), R88
CROME, P. and POLLOCK, K., 2004. Age discrimination in prescribing: accounting for concordance Reviews in Clinical Gerontology. VOL 14(PART 1), 1-4
POLLOCK, K and GRIME, J, 2004. Meeting the treatment information needs of users of specialist mental health services.: A study of users' experience of information provision within a complex system of health care Keele University.
GRIME, J. and POLLOCK, K., 2003. Patients' ambivalence about taking antidepressants: a qualitative study Pharmaceutical Journal. VOL 271(ISSU 7270), 516-519
WESTBURY, J., POLLOCK, K. and BLENKINSOPP, A., 2003. A study of concordance issues for older people INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACY PRACTICE. VOL 11(SUPP), R41
LANDERS, M., BLENKINSOPP, A., POLLOCK, K. and GRIME, J., 2002. Community pharmacists and depression: the pharmacist as intermediary between patient and physician International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. VOL 10(PART 4), 253-266
POLLOCK, K and GRIME, J, 2002. Understanding Depression and its Treatment: GP, Patient and Pharmacist Perspectives. Final Report of the Concordance Fellowship Keele University.
GRIME, J, POLLOCK, K, NEWNES, C, LILLINGTON, J, HUDSON, M, MOONIARUCH, L, BAKER, E, MANTALA, K and LEWIS, E, 2002. Meeting information needs of psychiatric inpatients at Shelton Hospital: Staff and patient perspectives. Report of the Project Group
GRIME, J. C. and POLLOCK, K., 2002. How do younger patients view long-term treatment with proton pump inhibitors? Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. VOL 122(PART 1), 43-49
POLLOCK, K., BLENKINSOPP, A. and GRIME, J., 2002. Concordance: a valuable contribution to make to debate Pharmaceutical Journal. 268, 837-838
GRIME, J., POLLOCK, K. and BLENKINSOPP, A., 2001. Proton pump inhibitors: perspectives of patients and their GPs British Journal of General Practice. ISSU 470(SEP), 703-711
POLLOCK, K and GRIME, J, 1998. Proton Pump Inhibitors: Perspectives of Patients and their GPs. Keele University.
POLLOCK, K, 1993. Attitude of Mind as a Means of Resisting Illness. In: RADLEY, ALAN, ed., Worlds of Illness: Biographical and cultural perspectives on health and disease Routledge.