Supporting Oxford Health to provide safe, better quality care to its patients and improve the working lives of its staff.
The following are selected publications from the OHI team on topics of relevance to the work of Oxford Healthcare Improvement.
Page B, Nawaz R, Haden S, Vincent C & Lee A C H. Paediatric enteral feeding at home: an analysis of patient safety incidents. Archives of Disease in Childhood. Published Online First: 14 June 2019.
Maughan D. Social Scaffolding: Applying the Lessons of Contemporary Social Science to Health and Healthcare. Cambridge University Press; 2019 May 31.
Vergunst F, Berry HL, Rugkåsa J, Burns T, Molodynski A, Maughan DL. Applying the triple bottom line of sustainability to healthcare research-a feasibility study. International journal for quality in health care: journal of the International Society for Quality in Health Care. 2019 May.
Maughan, D. L., & Davison, P. (2015). The need for sustainable psychiatry. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2(8), 675-677.
Maughan, D. L., Patel, A., Parveen, T., Braithwaite, I., Cook, J., Lillywhite, R., & Cooke, M. (2015). Primary-care-based social prescribing for mental health: an analysis of financial and environmental sustainability. Primary health care research & development, 1-8.
Malhotra, A., Maughan, D., Ansell, J., Lehman, R., Henderson, A., Gray, M., et al. (2015). Choosing Wisely in the UK: the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges’ initiative to reduce the harms of too much medicine. BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.), 350(may12 7), h2308–h2308. doi:10.1136/bmj.h2308
Maughan, D., & Pearce, M. (2015). Reducing non-attendance rates in community psychiatry: a case for sustainable development? BJPsych International, 12(2), 36–39.
Maughan, D. L., & Economou, A. (2015). Social networking sites: a clinical dilemma? Journal of Medical Ethics, 41(2), 203–205. doi:10.1136/medethics-2013-101341
Yarlagadda S, Maughan D, Lingwood S, Davison P. (2014) Sustainable psychiatry in the UK. Psychiatr Bull 2014; 38: 285–90.
Maughan, D., & Ansell, J. (November 2014). Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Report: Protecting resources, promoting value: a doctor’s guide to cutting waste in clinical care.