Now showing items 1-6 of 6
Patient safety regulation in the NHS: mapping the regulatory landscape of healthcare
Objectives The current research project sought to map out the regulatory landscape for patient safety in the English National Health Service (NHS). Method We used a systematic desk-based search using a variety of sources ...
Usability of Health Information Websites Designed for Adolescents: Systematic Review, Neurodevelopmental Model, and Design Brief
Background: Adolescence is a unique developmental period characterized by biological, social, and cognitive changes, as well as an interest in managing one’s own health care. Many adolescents use the internet to seek health ...
Paediatric enteral feeding at home: an analysis of patient safety incidents
Aims To describe the nature and causes of patient safety incidents relating to care at home for children with enteral feeding devices. Methods We analysed incident data relating to paediatric nasogastric, gastrostomy ...
Out-of-hours primary care end of life prescribing: a data linkage study
Objectives: Out-of-hours (OOH) primary care services are contacted in the last 4 weeks of life by nearly 30% of all patients who die, but OOH palliative prescribing remains poorly understood. Our understanding of prescribing ...
Applying the triple bottom line of sustainability to healthcare research—a feasibility study
The triple bottom line (TBL) of sustainability is an important emerging conceptual framework which considers the combined economic, environmental and social impacts of an activity. Despite its clear relevance to the ...
Social Scaffolding: Applying the Lessons of Contemporary Social Science to Health and Health Care
Using current societal dilemmas, this book explores how social factors and social identity influence our health and recovery from illness. It includes recent research to present practitioners, researchers, policymakers and ...