Imperial College London

ProfessorJamesBarlow

Business School

Chair in Technology and Innovation Management
 
 
 
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Mrs Lorraine Sheehy +44 (0)20 7594 9173

 
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Room 396Business School BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Publications

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Chatterjee A, Modarai M, Naylor NR, Boyd SE, Atun R, Barlow J, Holmes AH, Johnson A, Robotham JVet al., 2018, Quantifying drivers of antibiotic resistance in humans: a systematic review, LANCET INFECTIOUS DISEASES, Vol: 18, Pages: E368-E378, ISSN: 1473-3099

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Huddy JR, Ni M, Misra S, Mavroveli S, Barlow J, Hanna GBet al., 2018, Development of the Point-of-Care Key Evidence Tool (POCKET): a checklist for multi-dimensional evidence generation in point-of-care tests., Clin Chem Lab Med

Background This study aimed to develop the Point-of-Care Key Evidence Tool (POCKET); a multi-dimensional checklist to guide the evaluation of point-of-care tests (POCTs) incorporating validity, utility, usability, cost-effectiveness and patient experience. The motivation for this was to improve the efficiency of evidence generation in POCTs and reduce the lead-time for the adoption of novel POCTs. Methods A mixed qualitative and quantitative approach was applied. Following a literature search, a three round Delphi process was undertaken incorporating a semi-structured interview study and two questionnaire rounds. Participants included clinicians, laboratory personnel, commissioners, regulators (including members of National Institute for Health and Care Excellence [NICE] committees), patients, industry representatives and methodologists. Qualitative data were analysed based on grounded theory. The final tool was revised at an expert stakeholder workshop. Results Forty-three participants were interviewed within the semi-structured interview study, 32 participated in the questionnaire rounds and nine stakeholders attended the expert workshop. The final version of the POCKET checklist contains 65 different evidence requirements grouped into seven themes. Face validity, content validity and usability has been demonstrated. There exists a shortfall in the evidence that industry and research methodologists believe should be generated regarding POCTs and what is actually required by policy and decision makers to promote implementation into current healthcare pathways. Conclusions This study has led to the development of POCKET, a checklist for evidence generation and synthesis in POCTs. This aims to guide industry and researchers to the evidence that is required by decision makers to facilitate POCT adoption so that the benefits they can bring to patients can be effectively realised.

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Antonacci G, Reed JE, Sriram V, Barlow Jet al., 2018, Quality Improvement through Interactive Simulation, Publisher: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, Pages: 29-30, ISSN: 1353-4505

CONFERENCE PAPER

Antonacci G, Reed JE, Lennox L, Barlow Jet al., 2018, The use of process mapping in healthcare quality improvement projects, HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT RESEARCH, Vol: 31, Pages: 74-84, ISSN: 0951-4848

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Myron R, French C, Sullivan P, Sathyamoorthy G, Barlow J, Pomeroy Let al., 2018, Professionals learning together with patients: An exploratory study of a collaborative learning Fellowship programme for healthcare improvement, JOURNAL OF INTERPROFESSIONAL CARE, Vol: 32, Pages: 257-265, ISSN: 1356-1820

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Dattee B, Barlow J, 2017, Multilevel Organizational Adaptation: Scale Invariance in the Scottish Healthcare System, ORGANIZATION SCIENCE, Vol: 28, Pages: 301-319, ISSN: 1047-7039

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Tucker DA, Hendy J, Barlow J, 2016, The dynamic nature of social accounts: An examination of how interpretive processes impact on account effectiveness, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH, Vol: 69, Pages: 6079-6087, ISSN: 0148-2963

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Barlow J, 2016, Managing Innovation in Healthcare, Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Europe Limited, ISBN: 9781786341518

Innovative thinking is essential to meet these twin challenges, but innovation is both a cause and cure of many struggles in healthcare — we need it, but it is hard to manage and the introduction of new technology can lead to higher costs ...

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Maben J, Griffiths P, Penfold C, Simon M, Anderson JE, Robert G, Pizzo E, Hughes J, Murrells T, Barlow Jet al., 2016, One size fits all? Mixed methods evaluation of the impact of 100% single-room accommodation on staff and patient experience, safety and costs, BMJ QUALITY & SAFETY, Vol: 25, Pages: 241-256, ISSN: 2044-5415

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Greenhalgh T, Annandale E, Ashcroft R, Barlow J, Black N, Bleakley A, Boaden R, Braithwaite J, Britten N, Carnevale F, Checkland K, Cheek J, Clark A, Cohn S, Coulehan J, Crabtree B, Cummins S, Davidoff F, Davies H, Dingwall R, Dixon-Woods M, Elwyn G, Engebretsen E, Ferlie E, Fulop N, Gabbay J, Gagnon M-P, Galasinski D, Garside R, Gilson L, Griffiths P, Hawe P, Helderman J-K, Hodges B, Hunter D, Kearney M, Kitzinger C, Kitzinger J, Kuper A, Kushner S, Le May A, Legare F, Lingard L, Locock L, Maben J, Macdonald ME, Mair F, Mannion R, Marshall M, May C, Mays N, McKee L, Miraldo M, Morgan D, Morse J, Nettleton S, Oliver S, Pearce W, Pluye P, Pope C, Robert G, Roberts C, Rodella S, Rycroft-Malone J, Sandelowski M, Shekelle P, Stevenson F, Straus S, Swinglehurst D, Thorne S, Tomson G, Westert G, Wilkinson S, Williams B, Young T, Ziebland Set al., 2016, An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research, BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 352, ISSN: 1756-1833

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Pizzo E, Doyle C, Matthews R, Barlow Jet al., 2015, Patient and public involvement: how much do we spend and what are the benefits?, HEALTH EXPECTATIONS, Vol: 18, Pages: 1918-1926, ISSN: 1369-6513

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Jacobson EU, Bayer S, Barlow J, Dennis M, MacLeod MJet al., 2015, The scope for improvement in hyper-acute stroke care in Scotland, OPERATIONS RESEARCH FOR HEALTH CARE, Vol: 6, Pages: 50-60, ISSN: 2211-6923

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Huddy JR, Ni M, Mavroveli S, Barlow J, Williams DA, Hanna GBet al., 2015, A research protocol for developing a Point-Of-Care Key Evidence Tool 'POCKET': a checklist for multidimensional evidence reporting on point-of-care in vitro diagnostics., BMJ Open, Vol: 5, Pages: e007840-e007840, ISSN: 2044-6055

INTRODUCTION: Point-of-care in vitro diagnostics (POC-IVD) are increasingly becoming widespread as an acceptable means of providing rapid diagnostic results to facilitate decision-making in many clinical pathways. Evidence in utility, usability and cost-effectiveness is currently provided in a fragmented and detached manner that is fraught with methodological challenges given the disruptive nature these tests have on the clinical pathway. The Point-of-care Key Evidence Tool (POCKET) checklist aims to provide an integrated evidence-based framework that incorporates all required evidence to guide the evaluation of POC-IVD to meet the needs of policy and decisionmakers in the National Health Service (NHS). METHODS AND ANALYSIS: A multimethod approach will be applied in order to develop the POCKET. A thorough literature review has formed the basis of a robust Delphi process and validation study. Semistructured interviews are being undertaken with POC-IVD stakeholders, including industry, regulators, commissioners, clinicians and patients to understand what evidence is required to facilitate decision-making. Emergent themes will be translated into a series of statements to form a survey questionnaire that aims to reach a consensus in each stakeholder group to what needs to be included in the tool. Results will be presented to a workshop to discuss the statements brought forward and the optimal format for the tool. Once assembled, the tool will be field-tested through case studies to ensure validity and usability and inform refinement, if required. The final version will be published online with a call for comments. Limitations include unpredictable sample representation, development of compromise position rather than consensus, and absence of blinding in validation exercise. ETHICS AND DISSEMINATION: The Imperial College Joint Research Compliance Office and the Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust R&D department have approved the protocol. The checklist tool will be

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Spyridonidis D, Hendy J, Barlow J, 2015, UNDERSTANDING HYBRID ROLES: THE ROLE OF IDENTITY PROCESSES AMONGST PHYSICIANS, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, Vol: 93, Pages: 395-411, ISSN: 0033-3298

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Spyridonidis D, Hendy J, Barlow J, 2015, Leadership for Knowledge Translation: The Case of CLAHRCs., Qualitative Health Research, ISSN: 1552-7557

Calls for successful knowledge translation (KT) in health care have multiplied over recent years. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) program is a policy initiative in the United Kingdom aimed at speeding-up the translation of research into health care practice. Using multiple qualitative research methods and drawing on the ongoing processes used by individuals to interpret and contextualize information, we explore how new organizational forms for KT bridge the gap between research and practice. We pay particular attention to the relationship between the organization and practices of KT and leadership. Our empirical data demonstrate how the relationship between leadership and KT shifted over time from a push model where the authoritarian top-down leadership team set outcome measures by which to judge KT performance to one which aimed to distribute leadership capacity across a wide range of stakeholders in health and social care systems. The relationship between the organization and practices of KT and leadership is affected by local contextual influences on policies directed at increasing the uptake of research in clinical practice. Policy makers and service leaders need to recognize that more dispersed type of leadership is needed to accommodate the idiosyncratic nature of collective action.

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Oliveira TC, Barlow J, Bayer S, 2015, The association between general practitioner participation in joint teleconsultations and rates of referral: a discrete choice experiment, BMC FAMILY PRACTICE, Vol: 16, ISSN: 1471-2296

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Renedo A, Marston CA, Spyridonidis D, Barlow Jet al., 2015, Patient and Public Involvement in Healthcare Quality Improvement: How organizations can help patients and professionals to collaborate, PUBLIC MANAGEMENT REVIEW, Vol: 17, Pages: 17-34, ISSN: 1471-9037

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Barlow JG, 2015, Changing the innovation landscape in the UK's National Health Service to meet its future challenges, INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN HEALTH, Vol: 2, Pages: 59-67, ISSN: 2324-5905

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Tucker DA, Hendy J, Barlow J, 2015, The importance of role sending in the sensemaking of change agent roles, JOURNAL OF HEALTH ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT, Vol: 29, Pages: 1047-1064, ISSN: 1477-7266

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Henderson C, Knapp M, Fernandez J-L, Beecham J, Hirani SP, Beynon M, Cartwright M, Rixon L, Doll H, Bower P, Steventon A, Rogers A, Fitzpatrick R, Barlow J, Bardsley M, Newman SPet al., 2014, Cost-effectiveness of telecare for people with social care needs: the Whole Systems Demonstrator cluster randomised trial, AGE AND AGEING, Vol: 43, Pages: 794-800, ISSN: 0002-0729

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Hendy J, Chrysanthaki T, Barlow J, 2014, Managers’ Identification with and Adoption of Telehealthcare, Societies, Vol: 4, Pages: 428-445

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MacNeill V, Sanders C, Fitzpatrick R, Hendy J, Barlow J, Knapp M, Rogers A, Bardsley M, Newman SPet al., 2014, Experiences of front-line health professionals in the delivery of telehealth: a qualitative study, BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE, Vol: 64, Pages: E401-E407, ISSN: 0960-1643

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Barlow JG, 2014, Innovation and learning in complex offshore construction projects., Megaproject Planning and Management Essential Readings, Editors: Flyvbjerg, Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub, ISBN: 9781781001707

BOOK CHAPTER

Abma I, Jayanti A, Bayer S, Mitra S, Barlow Jet al., 2014, Perceptions and experiences of financial incentives: a qualitative study of dialysis care in England, BMJ OPEN, Vol: 4, ISSN: 2044-6055

JOURNAL ARTICLE

Tucker DA, Hendy J, Barlow J, 2014, When infrastructure transition and work practice redesign collide, JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT, Vol: 27, Pages: 955-972, ISSN: 0953-4814

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Oliveira TC, Bayer S, Goncalves L, Barlow Jet al., 2014, Telemedicine in Alentejo, TELEMEDICINE AND E-HEALTH, Vol: 20, Pages: 90-93, ISSN: 1530-5627

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Hendy J, Barlow J, 2013, Adoption in practice: The relationship between managerial interpretations of evidence and the adoption of a healthcare innovation, HEALTH POLICY AND TECHNOLOGY, Vol: 2, Pages: 216-221, ISSN: 2211-8837

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Barlow JG, Roehrich J, Wright S, 2013, Delivering European healthcare infrastructure through public-private partnerships: The theory and practice of contracting and bundling, Managing Public-Private Strategic Alliances, Editors: Das, Das, Publisher: Information Age Pub Incorporated, ISBN: 9781623964870

BOOK CHAPTER

Oliveira TC, Barlow J, Goncalves L, Bayer Set al., 2013, Teleconsultations reduce greenhouse gas emissions, JOURNAL OF HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH & POLICY, Vol: 18, Pages: 209-214, ISSN: 1355-8196

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