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Sietse Wieringa
Sietse Wieringa
Clinical researcher, University of Oxford, Oslo and Leiden
Verified email at phc.ox.ac.uk
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Is it time to drop the ‘knowledge translation’metaphor? A critical literature review
T Greenhalgh, S Wieringa
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 104 (12), 501-509, 2011
6672011
Persistent symptoms after Covid-19: qualitative study of 114 “long Covid” patients and draft quality principles for services
E Ladds, A Rushforth, S Wieringa, S Taylor, C Rayner, L Husain, ...
BMC health services research 20, 1-13, 2020
5242020
10 years of mindlines: a systematic review and commentary
S Wieringa, T Greenhalgh
Implementation Science 10, 1-11, 2015
1222015
Has evidence‐based medicine ever been modern? A Latour‐inspired understanding of a changing EBM
S Wieringa, E Engebretsen, K Heggen, T Greenhalgh
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 23 (5), 964-970, 2017
1072017
Planning and evaluating remote consultation services: a new conceptual framework incorporating complexity and practical ethics
T Greenhalgh, R Rosen, SE Shaw, R Byng, S Faulkner, T Finlay, ...
Frontiers in digital health 3, 726095, 2021
1032021
Developing services for long COVID: lessons from a study of wounded healers
E Ladds, A Rushforth, S Wieringa, S Taylor, C Rayner, L Husain, ...
Clinical medicine 21 (1), 59, 2021
1032021
Long Covid–the illness narratives
A Rushforth, E Ladds, S Wieringa, S Taylor, L Husain, T Greenhalgh
Social science & medicine 286, 114326, 2021
972021
Uncertainty and objectivity in clinical decision making: a clinical case in emergency medicine
E Engebretsen, K Heggen, S Wieringa, T Greenhalgh
Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 19, 595-603, 2016
772016
Rethinking bias and truth in evidence‐based health care
S Wieringa, E Engebretsen, K Heggen, T Greenhalgh
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 24 (5), 930-938, 2018
672018
Why do GPs rarely do video consultations? qualitative study in UK general practice
T Greenhalgh, E Ladds, G Hughes, L Moore, J Wherton, SE Shaw, ...
British Journal of General Practice 72 (718), e351-e360, 2022
632022
Different knowledge, different styles of reasoning: a challenge for guideline development
S Wieringa, D Dreesens, F Forland, C Hulshof, S Lukersmith, F Macbeth, ...
BMJ evidence-based medicine 23 (3), 87-91, 2018
622018
How knowledge is constructed and exchanged in virtual communities of physicians: qualitative study of mindlines online
S Wieringa, E Engebretsen, K Heggen, T Greenhalgh
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (2), e34, 2018
452018
Clinical risk in remote consultations in general practice: findings from in-COVID-19 pandemic qualitative research
R Rosen, S Wieringa, T Greenhalgh, C Leone, S Rybczynska-Bunt, ...
BJGP open 6 (3), 2022
412022
Development of a national medical leadership competency framework: the Dutch approach
WA Keijser, HJM Handgraaf, LM Isfordink, VT Janmaat, PPA Vergroesen, ...
BMC medical education 19, 1-19, 2019
282019
Clinical guidelines and the pursuit of reducing epistemic uncertainty. An ethnographic study of guideline development panels in three countries
S Wieringa, E Engebretsen, K Heggen, T Greenhalgh
Social Science & Medicine 272, 113702, 2021
202021
Safety implications of remote assessments for suspected COVID-19: qualitative study in UK primary care
S Wieringa, AL Neves, A Rushforth, E Ladds, L Husain, T Finlay, C Pope, ...
BMJ Quality & Safety 32 (12), 732-741, 2023
192023
Protocol: Remote care as the ‘new normal’? Multi-site case study in UK general practice
T Greenhalgh, SE Shaw, AA Nishio, A Booth, R Byng, A Clarke, F Dakin, ...
NIHR Open Research 2, 2022
182022
Remote care in UK general practice: baseline data on 11 case studies
T Greenhalgh, SE Shaw, AA Nishio, R Byng, A Clarke, F Dakin, ...
NIHR open research 2, 2022
172022
From “getting things right” to “getting things right now”: developing COVID‐19 guidance under time pressure and knowledge uncertainty
M Moleman, F Macbeth, S Wieringa, F Forland, B Shaw, ...
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 28 (1), 49-56, 2022
112022
The role of virtual consulting in developing environmentally sustainable health care: Systematic literature review
M Pickard Strange, A Booth, M Akiki, S Wieringa, SE Shaw
Journal of Medical Internet Research 25, e44823, 2023
92023
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