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Browsing publications by Dr Clare Tolley.

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Dr Sarah Hill
Dr Nawaraj Bhattarai
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Sarah Slight
Professor Luke Vale
et al.
Eliciting willingness-to-pay to prevent hospital medication administration errors in the UK: a contingent valuation survey2022
Dr Clare Tolley
Neil Watson
Professor Sarah Slight
The impact of a novel medication scanner on administration errors in the hospital setting: a before and after feasibility study2022
Dr Clare Tolley
James Jenson
Professor Sarah Slight
What unique knowledge and experiences do healthcare professionals have working in clinical informatics?2022
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Sarah Slight
A systematic review of the impact of health information technology on nurses' time2020
Kweku Bimpong
Bob Slight
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Sarah Slight
Relationship between labour force satisfaction, wages and retention within the UK National Health Service: a systematic review of the literature2020
Professor Sarah Slight
Dr Clare Tolley
Dr Rachael Fraser
Dr Theophile Bigirumurame
Neil Watson
et al.
Medication errors and adverse drug events in a UK hospital during the optimisation of electronic prescriptions: a prospective observational study2019
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Sarah Slight
Factors contributing to medication errors made when using computerized order entry in pediatrics: a systematic review2018
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Sarah Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Neil Watson
Emeritus Professor David Bates
et al.
Improving medication-related clinical decision support2018
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Andy Husband
A literature review of the training offered to qualified prescribers to use electronic prescribing systems: Why is it so important?2017
Dr Clare Tolley
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Sarah Slight
A systematic review of the types and causes of prescribing errors generated from using computerized provider order entry systems in primary and secondary care2017