Barbara Masser

University of Kent, UK, Canterbury, England, United Kingdom 
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Thijsen A, Thorpe R, Davison TE, et al. (2021) The vasovagal reaction experience among blood donors: A qualitative study of factors that affect donor return. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 282: 114142
Ferguson E, Edwards ARA, Masser BM. (2021) Simple Reciprocal Fairness Message to Enhance Non-Donor's Willingness to Donate Blood. Annals of Behavioral Medicine : a Publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine
Gilchrist PT, Thijsen A, Masser BM, et al. (2021) Improving the donation experience and reducing venipuncture pain by addressing fears among whole-blood and plasma donors. Transfusion
Thijsen A, Masser B, Davison TE, et al. (2021) Examining knowledge translation in blood donor research: A review of vasovagal reaction literature. Transfusion
Minto K, Masser B, Louis W. (2021) Lay Understandings of the Structure of Intimate Partner Violence in Relationships: An Analysis of Behavioral Clustering Patterns. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 886260520986276
Masser BM, Ferguson E, Thorpe R, et al. (2020) Motivators of and barriers to becoming a COVID-19 convalescent plasma donor: A survey study. Transfusion Medicine (Oxford, England)
Jensen KS, Masser BM, Davison TE, et al. (2020) Assessing the impact of an automated Web-based motivational interview on the intention and return behavior of Australian O-negative donors. Transfusion
Hyde MK, Masser BM. (2020) Determinants of community members' willingness to donate stool for faecal microbiota transplantation. Plos One. 15: e0243751
Priyono A, Masser BM, Dyda A, et al. (2020) Long-term return and donation pattern of those who begin donating at different ages: A retrospective cohort analysis of blood donors in Australia. Transfusion
Lam M, Masser BM, Dixson BJW. (2020) A branded bandage is worth a thousand words: blood branded bandages signal men's generosity and morality. Vox Sanguinis
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