Publications

Journal Articles

  1. et. al. Paramedic Assessment of Older Adults After Falls, Including Community Care Referral Pathway: Cluster Randomized Trial. Annals of Emergency Medicine
  2. & Non-accidental non-fatal poisonings attended by emergency ambulance crews: an observational study of data sources and epidemiology. BMJ Open 6(8), e011049
  3. & It could be a ‘Golden Goose’: a qualitative study of views in primary care on an emergency admission risk prediction tool prior to implementation. BMC Family Practice 17(1)
  4. & DEVELOPING A MODEL TO ENHANCE PATIENT INVOLVEMENT IN DESIGNING AND CONDUCTING RESEARCH: VIEWS OF PATIENTS, ACADEMICS AND HEALTH SERVICE STAFF. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), e6.2-e6.
  5. & DATA LINKAGE ACROSS AMBULANCE SERVICES AND ACUTE TRUSTS: ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVING PATIENT CARE. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), e12.2-e12.
  6. & Erratum to: It could be a ‘Golden Goose’: a qualitative study of views in primary care on an emergency admission risk prediction tool prior to implementation. BMC Family Practice 17(1)
  7. & TRANSIENT ISCHAEMIC ATTACK 999 EMERGENCY REFERRAL (TIER): FEASIBILITY TRIAL. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), e13.1-e13.
  8. & MEASURING IMPACT OF INVOLVEMENT IN RESEARCH – WHAT SERVICE USERS THINK. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), e6.1-e6.
  9. & TIMELY SOCIAL CARE AND EMERGENCY HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), 678-678.
  10. A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RAPID ACCESS MODELS OF CARE AND THEIR EFFECTS ON DELAYS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e15.3-e16.
  11. DEVELOPING A MODEL TO INVOLVE SERVICE USERS IN A MULTI-CENTRED TRIAL OF A COMPLEX INTERVENTION IN PRE-HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(5), e9.1-e9.
  12. SNAPSHOT OF INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT TIMELY PATIENT HANDOVER FROM AMBULANCES TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e16.2-e16.
  13. THE JAM IN THE SANDWICH, DOWN HERE IN A&E': STAFF PERSPECTIVES ON THE IMPACT AND CAUSES OF HANDOVER DELAYS BETWEEN THE AMBULANCE SERVICE AND THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e16.3-e17.
  14. & THE JAM IN THE SANDWICH, DOWN HERE IN A&E': STAFF PERSPECTIVES ON THE IMPACT AND CAUSES OF HANDOVER DELAYS BETWEEN THE AMBULANCE SERVICE AND THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e16.3-e17.
  15. & CAN WE REDUCE EMERGENCY HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS THROUGH EFFECTIVE SOCIAL CARE FOR OLDER PEOPLE?. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e16.1-e16.
  16. & A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RAPID ACCESS MODELS OF CARE AND THEIR EFFECTS ON DELAYS IN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e15.3-e16.
  17. & SNAPSHOT OF INITIATIVES TO SUPPORT TIMELY PATIENT HANDOVER FROM AMBULANCES TO THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(6), e16.2-e16.
  18. & IMPLEMENTATION OF A NOVEL INTERVENTION TO CARE FOR ELDERLY PATIENTS WHO FALL: PARAMEDICS' VIEWS. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(5), e1.1-e1.
  19. & DEVELOPING A MODEL TO INVOLVE SERVICE USERS IN A MULTI-CENTRED TRIAL OF A COMPLEX INTERVENTION IN PRE-HOSPITAL EMERGENCY CARE. Emergency Medicine Journal 32(5), e9.1-e9.
  20. & Involving older people in a multi-centre randomised trial of a complex intervention in pre-hospital emergency care: implementation of a collaborative model. Trials 16(1)
  21. & PP51 Implementation of a predictive risk tool in primary care: examining understanding and engagement among practitioners. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 68(Suppl 1), A67-A67.
  22. & PP57 Implementation of a novel intervention to care for elderly patients who fall: analysis of paramedics' views using Normalisation Process Theory. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 68(Suppl 1), A69-A70.
  23. & The work of commissioning: a multisite case study of healthcare commissioning in England's NHS. BMJ Open 3(9), e003341-e003341.
  24. et. al. Predictive risk stratification model: a progressive cluster-randomised trial in chronic conditions management (PRISMATIC) research protocol. Trials 14(1), 301
  25. et. al. Qualitative research within trials: developing a standard operating procedure for a clinical trials unit. Trials 14(1), 54
  26. & Commissioning healthcare for people with long term conditions: the persistence of relational contracting in England’s NHS quasi-market. BMC Health Services Research 13(Suppl 1), S2
  27. & How sharp can a screening tool be? A qualitative study of patients’ experience of completing a bowel cancer screening questionnaire. Health Expectations 14(2), 170-177.
  28. & The association between illness representation profiles and use of unscheduled urgent and emergency health care services. British Journal of Health Psychology 16(4), 862-879.
  29. & The association between illness representation profiles and use of unscheduled urgent and emergency health care services. British Journal of Health Psychology 16(4), 862-879.
  30. & Involving service users in pre-hospital care through TRUST. Emergency Medicine Journal 28(11)
  31. et. al. Complexity of the decision making process of ambulance staff for assessment of older people who have fallen: a qualitative study. Emergency Medicine Journal 28(1), 44-50.
  32. & Exploring patients' self-reported experiences of out-of-hours primary care and their suggestions for improvement: a qualitative study. Family Practice 28(2), 210-219.
  33. & Complexity of the decision-making process of ambulance staff for assessment and referral of older people who have fallen: a qualitative study. Emergency Medicine Journal 28(1), 44-50.
  34. A14 Involving service users in prehospital emergency care through TRUST. Emergency Medicine Journal 28(11), e2-e2.
  35. & Delays in response and triage times reduce patient satisfaction and enablement after using out-of-hours services. Family Practice 27(6), 652-663.
  36. & Streamline triage and manage user expectations: lessons from a qualitative study of GP out-of-hours services. British Journal of General Practice 60(572), 83-97.
  37. & The need to improve the interface between in-hours and out-of-hours GP care, and between out-of-hours care and self-care. Family Practice 27(6), 664-672.
  38. et. al. Delays in response and triage times may reduce patient satisfaction and enablement after using out-of-hours services. Family Practice 27(6), 652-663.
  39. & "Covering our backs": ambulance crews' attitudes towards clinical documentation when emergency (999) patients are not conveyed to hospital. Emergency Medicine Journal 25(5), 292-295.
  40. & Equity and service innovation: the implementation of a bibliotherapy scheme in Wales. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 13(suppl 2), 26-31.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & TIMELY SOCIAL CARE AND EMERGENCY HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS. Emergency Medicine Journal 33(9), 678-678.