Can we talk? The art (and science) of handoff conversation
Advancing the next generation of handover research and practice with cognitive load theory
The problem with incident reporting
“Anybody on this list that you're more worried about?” Qualitative analysis exploring the functions of questions during end of shift handoffs
“Mr Smith's been our problem child today…” : anticipatory management communication (AMC) in VA end-of-shift medicine and nursing handoffs
Patient safety incident reporting : a qualitative study of thoughts and perceptions of experts 15 years after ‘To Err is Human’
Sustained reductions in time to antibiotic delivery in febrile immunocompromised children : results of a quality improvement collaborative
A systematic review of reliable and valid tools for the measurement of patient participation in healthcare
Meta-analysis of the central line bundle for preventing catheter-related infections : a case study in appraising the evidence in quality improvement
Mapping search terms to review goals is essential
Response to : ‘Lack of standardisation between specialties for human factors content in postgraduate surgical training
Response to : ‘Mapping search terms to review goals is essential’ by Geiger et al
Response to letter from Youngson et al
Opportunities for incident reporting. Response to : ‘The problem with incident reporting’ by Macrae et al
Author response : from analysis to learning