Publications by Jim Elliott

Perspectives on involvement in the peer review process: surveys of patient and public reviewers at two journals. Schroter S, Price A, Flemyng E, Demaine A, Elliott J, Harmston RR, Richards T, Staniszewska S, Stephens R. BMJ Open 2018;8:e023357. doi:10.1136/

Relative importance of informational items in participant information leaflets for trials: a Q-methodology approach. Innes K, Cotton S, Campbell MK, Cotton SC, Elliott J, Gillies, K. BMJ Open 2018;8:e023303. doi:10.1136

Systematic Techniques to Enhance rEtention in Randomised controlled trials: the STEER study protocol, Katie Gillies, Peter Bower, Jim Elliott, Graeme MacLennan, Rumana S. N. Newlands, Margaret Ogden, Shaun P. Treweek, Mary Wells, Miles D. Witham, Bridget Young and Jill J. Francis, Trials (2018) 19:197

Public involvement could usefully inform ethical review, but rarely does: what are the implications? Kristina Staley and Jim Elliott, Research Involvement and Engagement (2017) 3: 30

Priorities for methodological research on patient and public involvement in clinical trials: A modified Delphi process, Anna Kearney, Paula Williamson, Bridget Young, Heather Bagley, Carrol Gamble, Simon Denegri, Delia Muir, Natalie A. Simon, Stephen Thomas, Jim Elliott, Helen Bulbeck, Joanna C. Crocker, Claire Planner, Claire Vale, Mike Clarke, Tim Sprosen, Kerry Woolfall, Health Expectations (2017) 20, 1401-1410

“Hitting the spot”: Developing individuals with lived-experience of health and social care as facilitators to deliver a course to enhance public involvement in research – a Welsh perspective, Alan Meudell, Sian Jones, Natalie Simon, Zoe Hunter, Barbara Moore, Jim Elliott and Dawn Casey, Research Involvement and Engagement (2017) 3:5

A framework for public involvement at the design stage of NHS health and social care research: time to develop ethically conscious standards, Raksha Pandya-Wood, Duncan S. Barron and Jim Elliott, Research Involvement and Engagement (2017) 3:6

Personalised cancer follow-up: risk stratification, needs assessment or both? EK Watson, PW Rose, RD Neal, N Hulbert-Williams, P Donnelly, G Hubbard, J Elliott, C Campbell, D Weller and C Wilkinson, British Journal of Cancer (2012) 106, 1 –5

The health and well-being of cancer survivors in the UK: findings from a population-based survey, J Elliott, A Fallows, L Staetsky, PWF Smith, CL Foster and J Corner, British Journal of Cancer (2011) 105, S11-S20

Developing the evidence base of patient and public involvement in health and social care research: the case for measuring impact, Sophie Staniszewska, Ade Adebajo, Rosemary Barber, Peter Beresford, Louca-Mai Brady, Jo Brett, Jim Elliott, David Evans, Kirstie L. Haywood, David Jones, Carole Mockford, Mary Nettle, Diana Rose and Tracey Williamson, International Journal of Consumer Studies 35 (2011) 628–632

Critical appraisal guidelines for assessing the quality and impact of user involvement in research, D Wright, C Foster, Z Amir, J Elliott & R Wilson, Health Expectations (2010) 13, 359-368

Cancer prevalence in the United Kingdon: estimates for 2008, J Maddams, D Brewster, A Gavin, J Steward, J Elliott, M Utley & H Moller, British Journal of Cancer (2009) 101, 541-547

What happens next? Evaluation of a scheme to support primary care practitioners with a fledging interest in research, Hilarie Bateman, Fiona Walter and Jim Elliott.  Family Practice (2004) 21(1):83-6