Lauren Morgan

Eleanor Robertson3
Steve New3
3Eleanor Robertson
3Steve New
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OBJECTIVES To develop a sensitive, reliable tool for enumerating and evaluating technical process imperfections during surgical operations. DESIGN Prospective cohort study with direct observation. SETTING Operating theatres on five sites in three National Health Service Trusts. PARTICIPANTS Staff taking part in elective and emergency surgical(More)
BACKGROUND Recognising the limitations of a paper-based approach to documenting vital sign observations and responding to national clinical guidelines, we have explored the use of an electronic solution that could improve the quality and safety of patient care. We have developed a system for recording vital sign observations at the bedside, automatically(More)
OBJECTIVES To examine the effectiveness of a "systems" approach using Lean methodology to improve surgical care, as part of a programme of studies investigating possible synergy between improvement approaches. SETTING A controlled before-after study using the orthopaedic trauma theatre of a UK Trust hospital as the active site and an elective orthopaedic(More)
BACKGROUND To investigate the effectiveness of combining teamwork training and lean process improvement, two distinct approaches to improving surgical safety. We conducted a controlled interrupted time series study in a specialist UK Orthopaedic hospital incorporating a plastic surgery team (which received the intervention) and an Orthopaedic theatre team(More)
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