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Consent to discuss participation in research: a pilot study
Background. Equitable access to research studies needs to be increased for all patients. There is debate about which is the best approach to use to discuss participation in research in real-world clinical settings. Objective. ...
Introducing artificial intelligence in acute psychiatric inpatient care: qualitative study of its use to conduct nursing observations.
Background All patients admitted to an acute inpatient mental health unit must have nursing observations carried out at night either hourly or every 15 minutes, to ascertain that they are safe and breathing. However, while ...
Informing National Health Service patients about participation in clinical research: A comparison of opt-in and opt-out approaches across the United Kingdom
Objective: Recruitment to clinical research in the National Health Service remains challenging. One barrier is accessing patients to discuss research participation. Two general approaches are used in the United Kingdom ...
A web-based clinical decision tool to support treatment decision-making in psychiatry: a pilot focus group study with clinicians, patients and carers
Background Treatment decision tools have been developed in many fields of medicine, including psychiatry, however benefits for patients have not been sustained once the support is withdrawn. We have developed a web-based ...
A narrative review of the success of intramuscular gluteal injections and its impact in psychiatry
There are 12 billion injections given worldwide every year. For many injections, the intramuscular route is favoured over the subcutaneous route due to the increased vascularity of muscle tissue and the corresponding ...