Adult secondary care

Publications – Adult secondary care

Manning SN (2020) Managing behaviour that challenges in people with dementia in the emergency department. Emergency Nurse. doi: 10.7748/en.2020.e2019

Dixon, P., Hollingworth, W., Benger, J. et al. Observational Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Using Routine Data: Admission and Discharge Care Bundles for Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. PharmacoEconomics Open 4, 657–667 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41669-020-00207-w

Redwood, S., Simmonds, B., Fox, F., Shaw, A., Neubauer, K., Purdy, S. & Baxter, H. Consequences of ‘conversations not had’: insights into failures in communication affecting delays in hospital discharge for older people living with frailty. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 3 Feb 2020, 7 p.

Dawson, S., Kunonga, P., Beyer, F., Spiers, G., Booker, M. J., McDonald, R., Cameron, A. M., Craig, D., Hanratty, B., Salisbury, C. & Huntley, A. L., Does health and social care provision for the community dwelling older population help to reduce unplanned secondary care, support timely discharge and improve patient well-being? A mixed method meta-review of systematic reviews. F1000Research. 30 Jul 2020. 9, 12 p., 857.

Carlton EW, Ingram J, Taylor H, et al. Limit of detection of troponin discharge strategy versus usual care: randomised controlled trial. Heart 2020;106:1586-1594. https://heart.bmj.com/content/106/20/1586

Morton, K., Sanderson, E., Dixon, P., King, A., Jenkins, S., MacNeill, S., Shaw, A. R. G., Metcalfe, C., Chalder, M., Hollingworth, W., Benger, J., Calvert, J. & Purdy, S. Care bundles to reduce re-admissions for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a mixed-methods study. 1 Jun 2019, 21 ed. NHS National Institute for Health Research.

Carlton, E, Campbell, S, Ingram, J, Kandiyali, R, Taylor, HF, Aziz, S, Beresford, P, Kendall, J, Reuben, A, Smith, J, Vickery, PJ & Benger, JR, 2018, ‘Randomised controlled trial of the Limit of Detection of Troponin and ECG Discharge (LoDED) strategy versus usual care in adult patients with chest pain attending the emergency department: Study protocol’. BMJ Open, vol 8.