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  • Journal article
    Hughes-Hallett A, Mayer E, Marcus HJ, Cundy T, Pratt PJ, Parston G, Vale JA, Darzi Aet al., 2014,

    Quantifying Innovation in Surgery

    , Annals of Surgery, Vol: 260, Pages: 205-211, ISSN: 1528-1140
  • Conference paper
    Vamos EP, Pape UJ, Curcin V, Harris MJ, Valabhji J, Majeed A, Millett Cet al., 2014,

    Influenza vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation and death in people with Type 2 diabetes

    , Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 74-75, ISSN: 0742-3071
  • Journal article
    Keown OP, Darzi A, 2014,

    Surgical Statistics: Let's Act Fast and Grasp the Opportunity

    , ANNALS OF SURGERY, Vol: 259, Pages: E12-E13, ISSN: 0003-4932
  • Journal article
    King D, Jabbar A, Charani E, Bicknell C, Wu Z, Miller G, Gilchrist M, Vlaev I, Franklin BD, Darzi Aet al., 2014,

    Redesigning the 'choice architecture' of hospital prescription charts: a mixed methods study incorporating in situ simulation testing

    , BMJ OPEN, Vol: 4, ISSN: 2044-6055
  • Journal article
    Greenfield G, Ignatowicz AM, Majeed A, Harris Met al., 2014,

    Patient narratives on person-centeredness in the integrated care context

  • Conference paper
    Johnston M, Arora S, King DC, Stroman L, Darzi Aet al., 2014,

    Escalation of Care in Surgery: a Systematic, Pro-active Risk Assessment of Clinical Supervision

    , American College of Surgeons Accredited Educational Institutions
  • Conference paper
    King DC, 2014,

    Designing digital interventions using behavioural economics

    , Healthcare revolution: Big data and smart analytics
  • Conference paper
    King DC, 2014,

    Imperial IdeasLab: Behaviour change through mHealth

    , World Economic Forum
  • Journal article
    Johnston M, Arora S, Anderson O, King DC, Behar N, Darzi Aet al., 2014,

    Escalation of Care in Surgery: A Systematic Risk Assessment to Prevent Avoidable Harm in Hospitalized Patients.

    , Annals of Surgery
  • Conference paper
    King DC, 2014,

    Creating healthier outcomes

    , World Economic Forum
  • Journal article
    Cowling TE, Harris MJ, Soljak MA, Majeed Aet al., 2013,

    Opening hours of general practices in England

    , British Medical Journal, Vol: 347
  • Journal article
    Cowling TE, Harris MJ, Majeed A, 2013,

    What Is Our Plan for Acute Unscheduled Care?

    , Annals of Internal Medicine, Vol: 159, Pages: 575-576
  • Journal article
    Birnbach DJ, King D, Vlaev I, Rosen LF, Harvey PDet al., 2013,

    Impact of environmental olfactory cues on hand hygiene behaviour in a simulated hospital environment: a randomized study

    , JOURNAL OF HOSPITAL INFECTION, Vol: 85, Pages: 79-81, ISSN: 0195-6701
  • Conference paper
    Rout S, Mayer E, Sevdalis N, Moorthy K, Darzi Aet al., 2013,

    Peri-operative safety checklist usage and patient outcomes

    , International Surgical Congress of the Association-of-Surgeons-of-Great-Britain-and-Ireland (ASGBI), Publisher: WILEY-BLACKWELL, Pages: 86-86, ISSN: 0007-1323
  • Journal article
    Ahmed K, Wang TT, Ashrafian H, Layer GT, Darzi A, Athanasiou Tet al., 2013,

    The effectiveness of continuing medical education for specialist recertification

  • Journal article
    Cowling T, Soljak M, Cecil E, Lee J, Millet C, Majeed A, Harris Met al., 2013,

    Access to primary care and visits to emergency departments in England: a cross-sectional, population-based study

    , PLoS One, Vol: 8, ISSN: 1932-6203

    BackgroundThe number of visits to hospital emergency departments (EDs) in England has increased by 20% since 2007-08, placing unsustainable pressure on the National Health Service (NHS). Some patients attend EDs because they are unable to access primary care services. This study examined the association between access to primary care and ED visits in England.MethodsA cross-sectional, population-based analysis of patients registered with 7,856 general practices in England was conducted, for the time period April 2010 to March 2011. The outcome measure was the number of self-referred discharged ED visits by the registered population of a general practice. The predictor variables were measures of patient-reported access to general practice services; these were entered into a negative binomial regression model with variables to control for the characteristics of patient populations, supply of general practitioners and travel times to health services.Main Result and ConclusionGeneral practices providing more timely access to primary care had fewer self-referred discharged ED visits per registered patient (for the most accessible quintile of practices, RR = 0.898; P<0.001). Policy makers should consider improving timely access to primary care when developing plans to reduce ED utilisation.

  • Journal article
    Aylin P, Alexandrescu R, Jen MH, Mayer EK, Bottle Aet al., 2013,

    Day of week of procedure and 30 day mortality for elective surgery: retrospective analysis of hospital episode statistics

    , BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, Vol: 346, ISSN: 1756-1833
  • Journal article
    Taylor MJ, Kaur M, Sharma U, Taylor D, Reed JE, Darzi Aet al., 2013,

    Using virtual worlds for patient and public engagement.

    , Int J Technol Knowl Soc, Vol: 9, Pages: 31-48, ISSN: 1832-3669

    Patient and public involvement is fundamental in healthcare and many methods attempt to facilitate this engagement. The present study investigated use of computer-generated environments known as 'virtual worlds' (VW) as an involvement method. The VW used in the present research was Second Life, which is 3-dimensional, publically accessible and internet-based. It is accessed using digital self-representations, or 'avatars', through which users navigate the virtual environment and communicate with one another. Participants were patients with long-term conditions, frequently involved in shaping health research and care. Some had mobility and communication difficulties, potentially making involvement through traditional face-to-face modes of engagement challenging. There were 2 stages to this study. Stage-1: Participants were introduced to VWs and Second Life. This was followed by a face-to-face focus group discussion (FGD) in order to gain their views on use of SL. Stage-2: An FGD attended by 8 people (4 patients, 3 researchers, 1 healthcare professional) was conducted in Second Life. Training and support on using Second Life had been provided for participants. The FGD took place successfully, although some technical and communication difficulties were experienced. Data was collected in the form of interviews and questionnaires from the patients about their experience of using the virtual world. Participants recognised the potential of VWs as a platform for patient engagement, especially for those who suffer from chronic conditions that impact severely upon their mobility and communication. Participant feedback indicated that potential barriers include technical problems with VW programs and potential user inexperience of using VWs, which may be counteracted by ensuring provision of continuous training and support. In conclusion, this study established the feasibility of using VWs for patient FGDs and indicates a potential of use of VWs for engagement in future, partic

  • Journal article
    Lee H, Vlaev I, King D, Mayer E, Darzi A, Dolan Pet al., 2013,

    Subjective well-being and the measurement of quality in healthcare

    , Social Science & Medicine, Vol: forthcoming

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