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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 Improvement
KYRATSIS, Y., et al, 2019. A multilevel neo-institutional analysis of infection prevention and control in English hospitals: coerced safety culture change? Sociology of health & illness, 41(6), pp. 1138-1158.
Patient Experience and Engagement
PRICE, C.M., et al, 2019. Implementation of Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROMs) from specialist pain clinics in England and Wales: Experience from a nationwide study. European Journal of Pain, 23(7), pp. 1368-1377.
SCHILDMANN, J., et al, 2019. Ethical case interventions for adult patients. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 7, pp. 012636.
SUTTON, E., et al, 2019. Making infection prevention and control everyone's business? Hospital staff views on patient involvement. Health Expectations, 22(4), pp. 650-656.
BAXTER, R., et al, 2019. A qualitative positive deviance study to explore exceptionally safe care on medical wards for older people. BMJ Quality & Safety, 28(8), pp. 618-626.
CAVELL G.F. and MANDALIYA, D., 2019. Magnitude of error: A review of wrong dose medication incidents reported to a UK hospital voluntary incident reporting system. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy,.
GRANT, R., et al, 2019. Performance of surgical site infection risk prediction models in colorectal surgery: external validity assessment from three European national surveillance networks. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 40(9), pp. 983-990.
PANAGIOTI, M., et al, 2019. Prevalence, severity, and nature of preventable patient harm across medical care settings: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ, 366, pp. 4185.
REDFERN O.C., et al, 2019. The association between nurse staffing levels and the timeliness of vital signs monitoring: a retrospective observational study in the UK. BMJ open, 9(9), pp. e032157.
SHELLEY, B.G., et al, 2019. Association between anaesthetic technique and unplanned admission to intensive care after thoracic lung resection surgery: the second Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care (ACTACC) National Audit. Anaesthesia, 74(9), pp. 1121-1129.
SIVIA, D.S. and PANDIT, J.J., 2019. Mathematical model of the risk of drug error during anaesthesia: the influence of drug choices, injection routes, operation duration and fatigue. Anaesthesia, 74(8), pp. 992-1000.
VELUPILLAI, S., et al, 2019. Identifying Suicidal Adolescents from Mental Health Records Using Natural Language Processing. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 264, pp. 413-417.
WONG, J., et al, 2019. Getting It Right First Time: the national survey of surgical site infection rates in NHS trusts in England. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 101(7), pp. 463-471.
WRAY, J., et al, 2019. Involving carers in risk assessment: a study of a structured dialogue between mental health nurses and carers. Journal of Research in Nursing, 24(5), pp. 330-341.
DE WET C., et al, 2019. Facilitators and barriers to safer care in Scottish general practice: A qualitative study of the implementation of the trigger review method using normalisation process theory. BMJ Open, 9(9).
DONAGHY, E., et al, 2019. Acceptability, benefits, and challenges of video consulting: a qualitative study in primary care. British Journal of General Practice, 69(686), pp. e586-e594.
GIBSON, R.C., et al, 2019. Experts Views on the Use of Mobile Devices to Support Patients with Mild Learning Disabilities During Clinical Consultations. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 264, pp. 1199-1203.
HARRIS M., et al, 2019. How European primary care practitioners think the timeliness of cancer diagnosis can be improved: a thematic analysis. BMJ open, 9(9), pp. e030169.
HINDI, A.M.K., et al, 2019. Independent prescribing in primary care: A survey of patients', prescribers' and colleagues' perceptions and experiences. Health & Social Care in the Community, 27(4), pp. e459-e470.
SKROBANSKI, H., et al, 2019. Understanding primary care nurses' contribution to cancer early diagnosis: A systematic review. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 41, pp. 149-164.
TAMMES P., et al, 2019. The impact of a named GP scheme on continuity of care and emergency hospital admission: A cohort study among older patients in England, 2012-2016. BMJ Open, 9(9).
TAZZYMAN, A., et al, 2019. Identifying and managing concerns about GPs in England: an interview study and case-series analysis. British Journal of General Practice, 69(684), pp. e499-e506.
Quality Assessment and Improvement
BURBACH, F.R. and AMANI, S.K., 2019. Appreciative enquiry peer review improving quality of services. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance (09526862), 32(5), pp. 857-866
FIRTH, A.M., et al, 2019. Establishing key criteria to define and compare models of specialist palliative care: A mixed-methods study using qualitative interviews and Delphi survey. Palliative medicine, 33(8), pp. 1114-1124.
GEORGIOU M. and TOWNSEND, K., 2019. Quality Network for Prison Mental Health Services: reviewing the quality of mental health provision in prisons. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology, 30(5), pp. 794-806.
PEDERSEN, K.Z. and ROELSGAARD OBLING, A., 2019. Organising through compassion: The introduction of meta-virtue management in the NHS. Sociology of health & illness, 41(7), pp. 1338-1357.
ROBINSON, J. and GELLING, L., 2019. Nurses+QI=better hospital performance? A critical review of the literature. Nursing Management - UK, 26(4), pp. 22-28.
VAN OPPEN J.D., et al, 2019. The Acute Frailty Network: experiences from a whole-systems quality improvement collaborative for acutely ill older patients in the English NHS. European Geriatric Medicine, 10(4), pp. 559-565.
DHATARIYA, K.K., et al, 2019. The cost of treating diabetic ketoacidosis in an adolescent population in the UK: a national survey of hospital resource use. Diabetic Medicine, 36(8), pp. 982-987.
HAN, L., et al, 2019. The impact of frailty on healthcare resource use: a longitudinal analysis using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink in England. Age & Ageing, 48(5), pp. 665-671.
METCALFE, D., et al, 2019. Pay for performance and hip fracture outcomes: an interrupted time series and difference-in-differences analysis in England and Scotland. Bone & Joint Journal, 101-B(8), pp. 1015-1023.
Service Design, Evaluation and Improvement
ATHAR, M.S., et al, 2019. Daycase trauma list: a safe and cost-effective service delivery. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 101(7), pp. 519-521.
FEATHERSTONE, K., et al, 2019. Routines of resistance: An ethnography of the care of people living with dementia in acute hospital wards and its consequences. International journal of nursing studies, 96, pp. 53-60.
FOGG, C., et al, 2019. Cognitive impairment is independently associated with mortality, extended hospital stays and early readmission of older people with emergency hospital admissions: A retrospective cohort study. International journal of nursing studies, 96, pp. 1-8.
GAO, C., et al, 2019. Two week wait referral criteria - heading in the right direction?. Journal of Laryngology & Otology, 133(8), pp. 704-712.
GEESON, C., et al, 2019. Development and performance evaluation of the Medicines Optimisation Assessment Tool (MOAT): a prognostic model to target hospital pharmacists' input to prevent medication-related problems. BMJ Quality & Safety, 28(8), pp. 645-656.
KOCMAN, D., et al, 2019. Can comprehensive geriatric assessment be delivered without the need for geriatricians? A formative evaluation in two perioperative surgical settings. Age & Ageing, 48(5), pp. 644-649.
LEAVEY, G., et al, 2019. Improving mental health pathways and care for adolescents in transition to adult services (IMPACT): a retrospective case note review of social and clinical determinants of transition. Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology, 54(8), pp. 955-963.
LENIZ, J., et al, 2019. Understanding which people with dementia are at risk of inappropriate care and avoidable transitions to hospital near the end-of-life: a retrospective cohort study. Age & Ageing, 48(5), pp. 672-679.
LISK, R., et al, 2019. Predictive model of length of stay in hospital among older patients. Aging-Clinical & Experimental Research, 31(7), pp. 993-999.
LLOYD, T., et al, 2019. Effect on secondary care of providing enhanced support to residential and nursing home residents: a subgroup analysis of a retrospective matched cohort study. BMJ Quality & Safety, 28(7), pp. 534-546.
LOWRIE, F., et al, 2019. A descriptive study of a novel pharmacist led health outreach service for those experiencing homelessness. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 27(4), pp. 355-361.
MACFARLANE A.D., et al, 2019. On-call pharmacy services: A perspective from the Royal Alexandra Hospital (NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde) and comparison with NHS Tayside, Scotland. European Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, (pagination), pp. no pagination.
MAIR, A., et al, 2019. The polypharmacy programme in Scotland: realistic prescribing. Prescriber, 30(8), pp. 10-16.
ODIYOOR, M., et al, 2019. The role of specialist inpatient rehabilitation services for people with intellectual disability, autism and mental health, behavioural or forensic needs. Advances in Mental Health & Intellectual Disabilities, 13(5), pp. 204-215.
PARKE, S., et al, 2019. Restrictive interventions: a service evaluation. Mental Health Practice, 22(5), pp. 20-25.
PRESTON, N., et al, 2019. Developing a standardized approach to virtual clinic follow-up of hip and knee arthroplasty. Bone & Joint Journal, 101-B(8), pp. 951-959.
Staff Roles, Skills, Effectiveness and Practice
AITKENHEAD, A. and LEE, G.A., 2019. The accuracy of paediatric limb radiograph interpretation by nurse practitioners in a single centre. International Emergency Nursing, 45, pp. 36-42.
APPLEBY, B.E., 2019. Implementing guideline-checklists: Evaluating health care providers intentional behaviour using an extended model of the theory of planned behaviour. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 25(4), pp. 664-675.
ATHERTON, H., et al, 2019. Online patient feedback: a cross-sectional survey of the attitudes and experiences of United Kingdom health care professionals. Journal of health services research & policy, 24(4), pp. 235-244.
BERRY, S. and ROBERTSON, N., 2019. Burnout within forensic psychiatric nursing: Its relationship with ward environment and effective clinical supervision? Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing (John Wiley & Sons, Inc.), 26(7), pp. 212-222.
BRIDGES, J., et al, 2019. Hospital nurse staffing and staff-patient interactions: an observational study. BMJ Quality & Safety, 28(9), pp. 706-713.
EXWORTHY, M., et al, 2019. Professional autonomy and surveillance: the case of public reporting in cardiac surgery. Sociology of health & illness, 41(6), pp. 1040-1055.
GAULT, I., et al, 2019. Co-production for service improvement: Developing a training programme for mental health professionals to enhance medication adherence in Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Service Users. Health Expectations, 22(4), pp. 813-823.
HANDLEY, M., et al, 2019. Supporting general hospital staff to provide dementia sensitive care: A realist evaluation. International journal of nursing studies, 96, pp. 61-71.
O'KELLY K., et al, 2019. Why are we misdiagnosing urinary tract infection in older patients? A qualitative inquiry and roadmap for staff behaviour change in the emergency department. European Geriatric Medicine, 10(4), pp. 585-593.
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