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Fry, Sarah, Hopkinson, Jane and Kelly, Daniel 2022. “We’re talking about black men here, there’s a difference” Cultural differences in socialised knowledge of prostate cancer risk: a qualitative research study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing 56 , 102080. 10.1016/j.ejon.2021.102080
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Fry, Sarah 2020. Strengthening community action. In: Bennett, Clare L. and Lillyman, Sue eds. Promoting Health and Wellbeing: For nursing and healthcare students, Banbury: Lantern Publishing Ltd, pp. 139-152.

Fry, Sarah, Kelly, Daniel and Hopkinson, Jane 2020. Using card games to study cultural differences in men’s social talk about prostate cancer. Journal of Advanced Nursing 76 (7) , pp. 1840-1849. 10.1111/jan.14373
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Fry, Sarah 2018. Perceptions of prostate cancer risk in white working class, African-Caribbean and Somali men living in south east Wales: a constructionist grounded theory. Presented at: RCN International Research Conference, Birmingham, UK, 16-18 Apr 2018.
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Kelly, Daniel, Sakellariou, Dikaios, Fry, Sarah and Vougioukalou, Sofia 2018. Heteronormativity and prostate cancer: a discursive paper. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 27 (1-2) , pp. 461-467. 10.1111/jocn.13844
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Fry, Sarah 2017. Perceptions of prostate cancer risk in white working class, African Caribbean and Somali men living in South East Wales: a constructivist grounded theory. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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