2015 publications

Sensemaking and the co-production of safety: a qualitative study of primary medical care patients
Rhodes P, McDonald R, Campbell S, Daker-White G, Sanders C

Examining variations in prescribing safety in UK general practice: cross sectional study using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink
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Stocks SJ, Kontopantelis E, Akbarov A, Rodgers S, Avery AJ, Ashcroft DM

Multimorbidity and Patient Safety Incidents in Primary Care: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Panagioti M, Stokes J, Esmail A, Coventry P, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Alam R, Bower P

Blame the patient, blame the doctor or blame the system? A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies of patient safety in primary care
Daker-White G, Hays R, McSharry J, Giles S, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Rhodes P, Bower P

Missed Diagnostic Opportunities and English general practice: a study to determine their incidence, confounding and contributing factors and potential impact on patients through retrospective review of electronic medical records
Cheraghi-Sohi S, Singh H, Reeves D, Stocks J, Morris R, Esmail A, Campbell SM, de Wet C

Effectiveness of case management for ‘at risk’ patients in primary care: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Stokes J, Panagioti M, Alam R, Checkland K, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Bower P

Developing a Primary Care Patient Measure of Safety (PC PMOS)
Hernan AL, Giles SJ, Fuller J, Johnson JK, Walker C, Dunbar JA

Primary care medication safety surveillance with integrated electronic health records: insights from the UK
Akbarov A, Kontopantelis E, Sperrin M, Stocks SJ, Richard Williams R, Rodgers S, Avery AJ, Iain Buchan IE, Ashcroft DM

Patient and carer identified factors which contribute to safety incidents in primary care: a qualitative study
Hernan AL, Giles SJ, Fuller J, Johnson JK, Walker C, Dunbar JA

Non-disclosure of chronic kidney disease in primary care and the limits of instrumental rationality in chronic illness self-management
Daker-White G, Rogers A, Kennedy A, Blakeman T, Blickem C, Chew-Graham C

Application of a tool for the evaluation of public and patient involvement in research
Stocks SJ, Giles SJ, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Campbell SM

The potential for using a Universal Medication Schedule (UMS) to improve adherence in patients taking multiple medications in the UK: a qualitative evaluation
Kenning C, Protheroe J, Gray N, Ashcroft DM, Bower P

Contributory factors to patient safety incidents in primary care: protocol for a systematic review
Giles S, Panagioti M, Hernan A, Cheraghi-Sohi S, Lawton R

Understanding the causes of intravenous medication administration errors in hospitals: a qualitative critical incident study
Keers RN, Williams SD, Cooke J, Ashcroft DM

Trust, temporality and systems: how do patients understand patient safety in primary care? A qualitative study
Rhodes P, Campbell SM, Sanders C