Alex Broom
Alex Broom
Professor of Sociology, The University of Sydney
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Virtually he@ lthy: the impact of internet use on disease experience and the doctor-patient relationship
A Broom
Qualitative health research 15 (3), 325-345, 2005
5102005
Using qualitative interviews in CAM research: a guide to study design, data collection and data analysis
A Broom
Complementary therapies in medicine 13 (1), 65-73, 2005
2092005
The role of gender, environment and individual biography in shaping qualitative interview data
A Broom, K Hand, P Tovey
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 12 (1), 51-65, 2009
1992009
Women's use of complementary and alternative medicine during pregnancy: a critical review of the literature
J Adams, CW Lui, D Sibbritt, A Broom, J Wardle, C Homer, S Beck
Birth 36 (3), 237-245, 2009
1982009
Medical specialists’ accounts of the impact of the Internet on the doctor/patient relationship
A Broom
Health: 9 (3), 319-338, 2005
1752005
Competing Paradigms and
A Broom, E Willis
Researching health: qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, 16, 2007
1612007
The eMale: Prostate cancer, masculinity and online support as a challenge to medical expertise
A Broom
Journal of sociology 41 (1), 87-104, 2005
1562005
Cultures of resistance? A Bourdieusian analysis of doctors' antibiotic prescribing
A Broom, J Broom, E Kirby
Social science & medicine 110, 81-88, 2014
1322014
Prevalence and determinants of complementary and alternative medicine use during pregnancy: results from a nationally representative sample of Australian pregnant women
J Frawley, J Adams, D Sibbritt, A Steel, A Broom, C Gallois
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 53 (4), 347-352, 2013
1172013
Utilisation of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioners within maternity care provision: results from a nationally representative cohort study of 1,835 …
A Steel, J Adams, D Sibbritt, A Broom, C Gallois, J Frawley
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 12 (1), 1-8, 2012
1122012
Traditional, complementary and integrative medicine: an international reader
J Adams, G Andrews, J Barnes, A Broom, P Magin
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2012
1122012
Qualitative researchers’ understandings of their practice and the implications for data archiving and sharing
A Broom, L Cheshire, M Emmison
Sociology 43 (6), 1163-1180, 2009
1122009
The end of life and the family: hospice patients’ views on dying as relational
A Broom, E Kirby
Sociology of health & illness 35 (4), 499-513, 2013
972013
Prostate cancer and masculinity in Australian society: a case of stolen identity?
A Broom
International journal of men's health 3 (2), 2004
962004
Oncologists’ and specialist cancer nurses’ approaches to complementary and alternative medicine and their impact on patient action
P Tovey, A Broom
Social science & medicine 64 (12), 2550-2564, 2007
942007
The role of the Internet in cancer patients' engagement with complementary and alternative treatments
A Broom, P Tovey
Health: 12 (2), 139-155, 2008
892008
The inequalities of medical pluralism: hierarchies of health, the politics of tradition and the economies of care in Indian oncology
A Broom, A Doron, P Tovey
Social Science & Medicine 69 (5), 698-706, 2009
882009
Therapeutic pluralism? Evidence, power and legitimacy in UK cancer services
A Broom, P Tovey
Sociology of Health & Illness 29 (4), 551-569, 2007
872007
Attitudes and referral practices of maternity care professionals with regard to complementary and alternative medicine: an integrative review
J Adams, CW Lui, D Sibbritt, A Broom, J Wardle, C Homer
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (3), 472-483, 2011
812011
Contextualizing integration: A critical social science approach to integrative health care
J Adams, D Hollenberg, CW Lui, A Broom
Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics 32 (9), 792-798, 2009
812009
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