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Dr Nehal Hassan
Bob Slight
Professor Graham Morgan
Professor Sarah Slight
A road map for clinicians to develop and evaluate AI predictive models to inform clinical decision making.2023
Dr Nehal Hassan
Bob Slight
Dr Dan Weiand
Professor Graham Morgan
Professor Sarah Slight
et al.
Developing an AI-predictive model for predicting the likelihood of post-operative infection in surgical patients2023
Sarah Wilson
Dr Clare Tolley
Dr RĂ­ona McArdle
Dr Emily Beswick
Lauren Lawson
et al.
Strategies to develop, design, implement and support digital health equity in key underserved groups: protocol for a systematic review2023
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Professor Andy Husband
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
Designing digital health technology to support patients before and after bariatric surgery: qualitative study exploring patient desires, suggestions and reflections to support lifestyle behavior change2022
Dr Nehal Hassan
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
Healthcare staff perceptions on using artificial intelligence predictive tools: A qualitative study2022
Dr Nehal Hassan
Bob Slight
Dr Dan Weiand
Professor Graham Morgan
Professor Sarah Slight
et al.
Clinicians' and patients' perceptions of the use of artificial intelligence decision aids to inform shared decision making: a systematic review2021
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Sarah Slight
Designing the Optimal Digital Health Intervention for Patients' Use Before and After Elective Orthopedic Surgery: Qualitative Study2021
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Sarah Slight
Digital technology to support lifestyle and health behaviour changes in surgical patients: systematic review2021
Naresh Serou
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Simon Forrest
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
et al.
Learning from safety incidents in high-reliability organizations: a systematic review of learning tools that could be adapted and used in healthcare2021
Dr Nehal Hassan
Bob Slight
Dr Dan Weiand
Professor Graham Morgan
Professor Sarah Slight
et al.
Preventing sepsis; how can artificial intelligence inform the clinical decision-making process? A systematic review2021
Naresh Serou
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Simon Forrest
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
et al.
Support for Healthcare Professionals after Surgical Patient Safety Incidents: A Qualitative Descriptive Study in 5 Teaching Hospitals2021
Naresh Serou
Professor Sarah Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Simon Forrest
Bob Slight
et al.
Surgical incidents and their impact on operating theatre staff: qualitative study2021
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Umay Oksuz
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
Professor Andy Husband
et al.
Digital and Mobile Technologies to Promote Physical Health Behavior Change and Provide Psychological Support for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery: Meta-Ethnography and Systematic Review2020
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Professor Andy Husband
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
Digital Support for Patients Undergoing Bariatric Surgery: Narrative Review of the Roles and Challenges of Online Forums2020
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Professor Andy Husband
Bob Slight
Professor Sarah Slight
Digital technology to support lifestyle and health behaviour changes in surgical patients: systematic review2020
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
Dr Anna Robinson-Barella
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Sarah Slight
The value of teachable moments in surgical patient care and the supportive role of digital technologies2020