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CARE QUALITY COMMISSION, 2018. Under pressure: safely managing increased demand in emergency departments. Care Quality Commission, May 2018.
GOSPORT INDEPENDENT PANEL, 2018. Gosport War Memorial Hospital: the report of the Gosport Independent Panel. Gosport Independent Panel, June 2018.
NHS CONFEDERATION, 2018. Taking the value-based agenda forward: the five essential components of value-based approaches to health and care. NHS Confederation, June 2018.
SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT, 2018. Health and Care Experience Survey 2017/18: national results Scottish Government, April 2018.
SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT, 2018. Practising Realistic Medicine. Scottish Government, April 2018.
WILLIAMS, N., 2018. Gross negligence manslaughter in healthcare: the report of a rapid policy review. Department of Health and Social Care, June 2018.
Infection Control / Patient Experience and Engagement / Patient Safety / Primary Care / Quality Assessment and Improvement / Resource Effectiveness / Service Design, Evaluation and Improvement / Staff Roles, Skills, Effectiveness and Practice
CAIRNS S., et al, 2018. Results from the third Scottish National Prevalence Survey: is a population health approach now needed to prevent healthcare-associated infections?. Journal of Hospital Infection.
CANTY M. and GEORGE, E.J.S., 2018. Development of a surgical site infection surveillance programme in a Scottish neurosurgical unit. International Journal of Health Governance.
CHIWERA L., et al, 2018. Reducing adult cardiac surgical site infections and the economic impact of using multidisciplinary collaboration. Journal of Hospital Infection.
HARDY K., et al, 2018. Increased usage of antiseptics is associated with reduced susceptibility in clinical isolates of Staphylococcus aureus. mBio, 9(3), Date of Pubaton: May-June 2018.
Patient Experience and Engagement
CHAPPELL, P., et al, 2018. Following the patient's orders? Recommending vs. offering choice in neurology outpatient consultations. Social science & medicine, 205, pp. 8-16.
CHEEMA E., et al, 2018. Gaining insight into patient's medications and their self-reported experience of adverse drug reactions: A cross sectional study in the emergency department. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 9(5), pp. 2067-2072.
GOLDSMITH, H., et al, 2018. Using the trauma patient experience and evaluation of hospital discharge practices to inform practice change: A mixed methods study. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(7), pp. 1589-1598.
GRAHAM, C., 2018. People's experiences of hospital care on the weekend: secondary analysis of data from two national patient surveys. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27(6), pp. 455-463.
MCKEVITT, C., et al, 2018. Patient, carer and public involvement in major system change in acute stroke services: The construction of value. Health Expectations, 21(3), pp. 685-692.
OUTLAW P., et al, 2018. Using patient experiences to develop services for chronic pain. British Journal of Pain, 12(2), pp. 122-131.
ARCHER, G. and COLHOUN, A., 2018. Incident reporting behaviours following the Francis report: A cross‐sectional survey. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 24(2), pp. 362-368.
EDBROOKE-CHILDS, J., et al, 2018. Development of the Huddle Observation Tool for structured case management discussions to improve situation awareness on inpatient clinical wards. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27(5), pp. 365-372.
MUSHTAQ, F., et al, 2018. Contributory factors in surgical incidents as delineated by a confidential reporting system. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 100(5), pp. 401-405.
REICHER, J., et al, 2018. Safety of working patterns among UK neuroradiologists: what can we learn from the aviation industry and cognitive science?. British Journal of Radiology, 91(1084), pp. 20170284.
ROSTAMI, P., et al, 2018. A formative evaluation of the implementation of a medication safety data collection tool in English healthcare settings: A qualitative interview study using normalisation process theory. PLoS ONE [Electronic Resource], 13(2), pp. e0192224.
SHI, C., et al, 2018. Support surfaces for pressure ulcer prevention: A network meta-analysis. PLoS ONE [Electronic Resource], 13(2), pp. e0192707.
WILCOCK M., et al, 2018. A UK hospital survey to explore healthcare professional views and attitudes to patients incorrectly labelled as penicillin allergic: An antibiotic stewardship patient safety project. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy.
YARDLEY I., et al, 2018. Patient safety in palliative care: A mixed-methods study of reports to a national database of serious incidents. Palliative medicine.
ATHERTON, H., et al, 2018. Alternatives to the face-to-face consultation in general practice: focused ethnographic case study. British Journal of General Practice, 68(669), pp. e293-e300.
BARNES, R.K., et al, 2018. Using conversation analytic methods to assess fidelity to a talk-based healthcare intervention for frequently attending patients. Social science & medicine, 206, pp. 38-50.
COWIE J., et al, 2018. Evaluation of a digital consultation and self-care advice tool in primary care: A multi-methods study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(5), pp. no pagination.
GRANT, S. and GUTHRIE, B., 2018. Between demarcation and discretion: The medical-administrative boundary as a locus of safety in high-volume organisational routines. Social science & medicine, 203, pp. 43-50.
KNOWLES, S., et al, 2018. Empowering people to help speak up about safety in primary care: Using codesign to involve patients and professionals in developing new interventions for patients with multimorbidity. Health Expectations, 21(2), pp. 539-548.
KORGUL R. and HOLME, S.A., 2018. Factors influencing skin cancer excision rates in Scottish primary care. Clinical and experimental dermatology, 43(4), pp. 441-444.
LEVENE, L.S., et al, 2018. Predicting declines in perceived relationship continuity using practice deprivation scores: a longitudinal study in primary care. British Journal of General Practice, 68(671), pp. e420-e426.
MASON, B., et al, 2018. Computer screening for palliative care needs in primary care: a mixed-methods study. British Journal of General Practice, 68(670), pp. e360-e369.
MOULE P., et al, 2018. Evaluating the implementation of a quality improvement process in General Practice using a realist evaluation framework. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice.
VALLEJOTORRES L. and MORRIS, S., 2018. Primary care supply and quality of care in England. European Journal of Health Economics, 19(4), pp. 499-519.
VASCONCELOS, P.F., et al, 2018. Instruments for evaluation of safety culture in primary health care: integrative review of the literature. Public health, 156, pp. 147-151.
Quality Assessment and Improvement
ANTONACCI, G., et al, 2018. The use of process mapping in healthcare quality improvement projects. Health Services Management Research, 31(2), pp. 74-84.
BODDINGTON, P. and FEATHERSTONE, K., 2018. The canary in the coal mine: Continence care for people with dementia in acute hospital wards as a crisis of dehumanization. Bioethics, 32(4), pp. 251-260.
BOTTLE, A., et al, 2018. Does early return to theatre add value to rates of revision at 3 years in assessing surgeon performance for elective hip and knee arthroplasty? National observational study. BMJ Quality & Safety, 27(5), pp. 373-379.
COOPE, S., 2018. Designing and implementing a trust-wide quality assurance programme. British journal of community nursing, 23(4), pp. 190-196.
O'HARA J.K., et al, 2018. Identifying positive deviants in healthcare quality and safety: a mixed methods study. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
O'MALLEY, M.B., et al, 2018. Project SITUP: An Interdisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative to Reduce Aspiration Pneumonia. Journal of nursing care quality, 33(2), pp. 116-122.
LEAL J., et al, 2018. The Impact of Hospital Costing Methods on Cost-Effectiveness Analysis: A Case Study. PharmacoEconomics, pp. 1-10.
OPPONG, R., et al, 2018. Cost-effectiveness of a model consultation to support self-management in patients with osteoarthritis. Rheumatology, 57(6), pp. 1056-1063.
Service Design, Evaluation and Improvement
ABDULWAHID M.A., et al, 2018. Senior doctor triage (SDT), a qualitative study of clinicians' views on senior doctors' involvement in triage and early assessment of emergency patients. Emergency Medicine Journal.
ALAALDEEN K., et al, 2018. The use of volunteers to implement electronic patient reported outcomes in lung cancer outpatient clinics. Technical Innovations and Patient Support in Radiation Oncology, 7, pp. 11-16.
BARRATT P.A. and SELFE, J., 2018. A service evaluation and improvement project: a three year systematic audit cycle of the physiotherapy treatment for Lateral Epicondylalgia. Physiotherapy (United Kingdom), 104(2), pp. 209-216.
BREEN, S. and REES, S., 2018. Barriers to implementing the Sepsis Six guidelines in an acute hospital setting. British Journal of Nursing, 27(9), pp. 473-478.
CORNES, M., et al, 2018. Improving hospital discharge arrangements for people who are homeless: A realist synthesis of the intermediate care literature. Health & Social Care in the Community, 26(3), pp. e345-e359.
HASHEMI A., et al, 2018. Remote telemonitoring of cardiovascular patients: Benefits, barriers, new suggestions. Artery Research, 22, pp. 57-63.
PAPACHRISTOFI O., et al, 2018. Does the "Weekend Effect" for Postoperative Mortality Stand Up to Scrutiny? Association for Cardiothoracic Anesthesia and Critical Care Cohort Study of 110,728 Cardiac Surgical Patients. Journal of cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesia,.
PEARSON, C. and WATSON, N., 2018. Implementing health and social care integration in Scotland: Renegotiating new partnerships in changing cultures of care. Health & Social Care in the Community, 26(3), pp. e396-e403.
TURNER, S., et al, 2018. Analysing barriers to service improvement using a multi‐level theory of innovation: the case of glaucoma outpatient clinics. Sociology of health & illness, 40(4), pp. 654-669.
Staff Roles, Skills, Effectiveness and Practice
BENMORE, G., et al, 2018. The Stopit! programme to reduce bullying and undermining behaviour in hospitals. Journal of Health Organization & Management, 32(3), pp. 428-443.
HENSHALL, C., et al, 2018. Improving the quality and content of midwives’ discussions with low-risk women about their options for place of birth: Co-production and evaluation of an intervention package. Midwifery, 59, pp. 118-126.
HOPE, J., et al, 2018. A fundamental conflict of care: Nurses’ accounts of balancing patients' sleep with taking vital sign observations at night. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 27(9), pp. 1860-1871.
LARGE, C. and ALDRIDGE, M., 2018. Non-technical skills required to recognise and escalate patient deterioration in acute hospital settings. Nursing Management - UK, 25(2), pp. 24-30.
VAN STIPHOUT F., et al, 2018. Effects of training physicians in electronic prescribing in the outpatient setting on clinical, learning and behavioural outcomes: a cluster randomized trial British journal of clinical pharmacology, 84(6), pp. 1187-1197.
YUILL, J., 2018. The role and experiences of advanced nurse practitioners working in out of hours urgent care services in a primary care setting. Nursing Management - UK, 25(2), pp. 18-23.
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