Publications

Female reading on laptopPino M, Parry RH, Land V, Faull C, Feathers L, Seymour J (2016) Engaging terminally ill patients in end of life talk: How experienced palliative medicine doctors navigate the dilemma of promoting discussions about dying PLoS One 11; 5:e0156174. Open access. Short summary version.

Parry RH, Pino M, Faull C, Feathers L (2016) Acceptability and design of video-based research on healthcare communication: Evidence and recommendations. Patient Education and Counseling (in press) Open access

Whitehead PJ, Worthington EJ, Parry RH, Walker MF, Drummond AER (2015) Interventions to reduce dependency in personal activities in daily living in community dwelling adults who use homecare services: a systematic review. Clinical Rehabilitation 29; 11:1064-1076 Open access

Parry RH, Land, V, Seymour J (2014) How to communicate with patients about future illness progression and end of life: a systematic review. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care 14; 4:331-341. Open access

Schoeb V, Staffoni L, Parry R, Pilnick A (2014) “What do you expect from physiotherapy?”: a detailed analysis of goal setting in physiotherapy Disability and Rehabilitation 36; 20:1679-1686. Download pdf

Ankolekar S, Parry RH, Sprigg N, Siriwardena AN, Bath PM (2014) Views of paramdeics on their role in an out-of-hospital ambulance-based trial in ultra-acute stroke: qualitaive data from the Rapid Intervention with Glyceryl Trinitrate in Hypertensive Stroke Trial (RIGHT) Annals of Emergency Medicine 64;6:640-648. Download pdf

Parry RH & Land V (2013) Systematically reviewing and synthesizing evidence from conversation analytic and related discursive reesarch to inform healthcare communication practice and policy: an illustrated guide. BMC Medical Research Methodology 13:67. Open access

Parry RH (2013) Giving reasons for doing something now or at some other time. Research on Language and Social Interaction 46(2): 105-124. Request pdf

doctorParry RH (2013) Communication and compassion need time and support: Insights from end of life care International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 20; 10: 478-479. Request pdf

Parry RH (2010)  Video-based conversation analysis. In Bourgeault I, Dingwall R, and de Vries R (eds) The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative methods in Health Research. Sage, London. Details. Request pdf

Parry RH (2009) Practitioners’ accounts for treatment actions and recommendations in physiotherapy: when do they occur, how are they structured, and what do they do? Sociology of Health and Illness 31:835-853. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2009.01187.x. Request pdf
Reprinted in Pilnick A, Hindmarsh J and Gill V. (2010) Communication in Healthcare Settings:  Policy, Participation, and New Technologies. Blackwell Request pdf

Parry RH and Brown K (2009) Teaching and learning communication skills in physiotherapy : What is done and how should it be done?. Physiotherapy 95: 294-301 Request pdf

Parry RH (2008) Are interventions to enhance communication performance in allied health professionals effective, and how should they be delivered? Patient Education and Counselling 73: 186-195 Request pdf

Parry RH (2006) Communication practices in physiotherapy:  a conversation analysis.  In ‘Qualitative Research for Health Professionals: Challenging Choices’ Eds Finlay L & Ballinger C. John Wiley and Sons Ltd. Request pdf

Parry RH (2005) Official recommendations and actual practice in physiotherapy: managing troubles of physical performance. Communication and Medicine special edition on Professional theories and institutional interaction. 2: 151-161 Request pdf

Health Care Professional Working with PatientParry RH (2005) A video analysis of how physiotherapists communicate with patients about errors of performance: insights for practice and policy.  Physiotherapy 91: 204-214 Download pdf

Parry RH (2004) The interactional management of patients’ physical incompetence: a conversation analytic study of physiotherapy interactions.  Sociology of Health and Illness 26: 976-1007 Download pdf

Parry RH (2004) Communication during goal setting in physiotherapy treatment sessions. Clinical Rehabilitation 18: 668-682 Download pdf

Parry RH (2003) Editorial: Assessing qualitative research in rehabilitation: guidelines from the Society for Research in Rehabilitation. Clinical Rehabilitation 17: 231-233

Parry RH, Lincoln NB, Vass CD (1999): Effect of severity of arm impairment on response to additional physiotherapy early after stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation 13: 187-198 Request pdf

Parry RH, Lincoln NB, Appleyard MA (1999): Physiotherapy for the arm and hand after stroke. Physiotherapy 85: 417-425 Request pdf

Lincoln NB, Parry RH, Vass CD (1999): Randomized, controlled trial to evaluate increased intensity of physiotherapy treatment of arm function after stroke. Stroke 30: 573-579

Parry RH, Vass CD (1997): Training and assessment of physiotherapy assistants. Physiotherapy 83: 33-40.

Articles in Professional Journals

Martin G and Parry RH (2009) One is company, two is a crowd: Patient and public involvement – keys to success in patient and public involvement.  Health Service Journal, 29th January. Jan 29;119(6141):16

Blackledge C (2005) It takes two. Patient-centred care: the bespoke approach, Supplement to Physiotherapy Frontline, June, pp8-9. (This feature article described my research and discussed strategies to promote patient involvement in physiotherapy)