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2021

Teece A, Baker J, Smith H. 2021. UNDERSTANDING HOW CRITICAL CARE NURSES MAKE THE DECISION TO RESTRAIN A DELIRIOUS PATIENT: A "THINK ALOUD" STUDY. NURSING IN CRITICAL CARE
Aase I, Ree E, Johannessen T, Holen-Rabbersvik E, Thomsen LH, Strømme T, Ullebust B, Schibevaag L, Lyng HB, O'Hara J, Wiig S. 2021. Strategies and lessons learnt from user involvement in researching quality and safety in nursing homes and homecare. International Journal of Health Governance. ahead-of-print.ahead-of-print
Albutt A, Berzins K, Louch G, Baker J. 2021. Health professionals’ perspectives of safety issues in mental health services: A qualitative study. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
Baker J. 2021. Inside the mind of... John Baker. Mental Health Nursing.
Baker J, Berzins K, Canvin K, Benson I, Kellar I, Wright J, Lopez RR, Duxbury J, Kendall T, Stewart D. 2021. Non-pharmacological interventions to reduce restrictive practices in adult mental health inpatient settings: the COMPARE systematic mapping review. Health Services and Delivery Research. 9.5
Baker J, Berzins K, Canvin K, Kendal S, Branthonne-Foster S, Wright J, McDougall T, Goldson B, Kellar I, Duxbury J. 2021. Components of interventions to reduce restrictive practices with children and young people in institutional settings: the Contrast systematic mapping review.. Health Services and Delivery Research.
Berg SH, O'Hara JK, Shortt MT, Thune H, Brønnick KK, Lungu DA, Røislien J, Wiig S. 2021. Health authorities' health risk communication with the public during pandemics: a rapid scoping review.. BMC public health. 1401+ 21.1
Elshehaly M, Randell R, Brehmer M, McVey L, Alvarado N, Gale CP, Ruddle RA. 2021. QualDash: Adaptable Generation of Visualisation Dashboards for Healthcare Quality Improvement. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics. 689-699 27.2
Gildberg FA, Fallesen JP, Vogn D, Baker J, Fluttert F. 2021. Conflict management: A qualitative study of mental health staff's perceptions of factors that may influence conflicts with forensic mental health inpatients. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing. 407-417 35.5
Griffiths R, Dawber A, McDougall T, Midgley S, Baker J. 2021. Non‐restrictive interventions to reduce self‐harm amongst children in mental health inpatient settings: Systematic review and narrative synthesis. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing.
Guthrie S, Baker J, Cahill J, Hemsley B. 2021. Mealtime difficulties in adults with mental health conditions: an integrative review.. Journal of Mental Health.
Howarth SD, Fielden SA, O’Hara JK. 2021. How do we educate medical students interprofessionally about patient safety? A scoping review. Journal of Interprofessional Care.
Johnson S, Dalton-Locke C, Baker J, Hanlon C, Taylor Salisbury T, Fossey M, Newbigging K, Carr S, Hensel J, Carra G, Hepp U, Caneo C, Needle J, Lloyd-Evans B. 2021. Acute psychiatric care: increasing the range of services and improving access and quality of care.. World Psychiatry.
Louch G, Albutt A, Harlow-Trigg J, Moore S, Smyth K, Ramsey L, O'Hara JK. 2021. Exploring patient safety outcomes for people with learning disabilities in acute hospital settings: a scoping review. BMJ Open. e047102-e047102 11.5
Majeed-Ariss R, Martin GP, White C. 2021. Utilisation and outcomes of sexually transmitted infection services following child sexual abuse: Insights from Saint Mary’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre. Children and Youth Services Review. 106219-106219 130
Majeed-Ariss R, Wilson RJ, Karsna K, Martin GP, White C. 2021. Descriptive analysis of the context of child sexual abuse reportedly perpetrated by female suspects: Insights from Saint Mary’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 102112-102112 78
McDougall T, Pickup J, Clarke S, Baker J, Alderson S. 2021. Pause, Reflect, Next Steps (PRN): promoting alternatives to medication in secure inpatient mental health services.. Mental Health Practice.
Sharda L, Baker J, Cahill J. 2021. A mixed methods study of the healthcare received by patients diagnosed with a personality disorder on acute general hospital wards. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2002-2011 77.4
Teece A. 2021. The management of agitation secondary to hyperactive delirium in the deteriorating patient. Nursing Standard.
Teece A, Baker J, Smith H. 2021. Understanding the decision making of critical care nurses when restraining a patient with psychomotor agitation secondary to hyperactive delirium: A Think Aloud study. Journal of Clinical Nursing.
Teece A, Baker J, Smith H. 2021. Using audiovisual vignettes to collect data remotely on complex clinical care: a practical insight. Nurse Researcher.
Wiig S, O’Hara JK. 2021. Resilient and responsive healthcare services and systems: challenges and opportunities in a changing world. BMC Health Services Research. 21.1

2020

Baker J. 2020. Have mental health nurses enabled safe, therapeutic and sustainable acute mental health wards to become a reality?. In: Brooker C; White E (eds.) Mental Health Nursing: from the outside, looking in.
Randell R, Alvarado N, McVey L, Ruddle RA, Doherty P, Gale C, Mamas M, Dowding D. 2020. Requirements for a quality dashboard: Lessons from National Clinical Audits. AMIA 2019 Annual Symposium
Alvarado N, McVey L, Greenhalgh J, Dowding D, Mamas M, Gale C, Doherty P, Randell R. 2020. Exploring variation in the use of feedback from national clinical audits: a realist investigation. BMC Health Services Research. 20.1
Baxter R, Murray J, O’Hara JK, Hewitt C, Richardson G, Cockayne S, Sheard L, Mills T, Lawton R. 2020. Improving patient experience and safety at transitions of care through the Your Care Needs You (YCNY) intervention: a study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled feasibility trial. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 6.1
Baxter R, Shannon R, Murray J, O’Hara JK, Sheard L, Cracknell A, Lawton R. 2020. Delivering exceptionally safe transitions of care to older people: a qualitative study of multidisciplinary staff perspectives. BMC Health Services Research. 20.1
Berzins K, Baker J, Louch G, Albutt A. 2020. A qualitative exploration of mental health service user and carer perspectives on safety issues in UK mental health services. Health Expectations. 549-561 23.3
Birkeland S, Berzins K, Baker J, Mattsson T, Søvig KH, Gildberg F. 2020. Prohibition on research involving psychiatric patients subject to coercion. Kritisk juss. 2-29 51
Crawford MJ, Thana L, Evans R, Carne A, O'Connell L, Claringbold A, Saravanamuthu A, Case R, Munjiza J, Jayacodi S, Reilly JG, Hughes E, Hoare Z, Barrett B, Leeson VC, Paton C, Keown P, Pappa S, Green C, Barnes TRE. 2020. Switching antipsychotic medication to reduce sexual dysfunction in people with psychosis: the REMEDY RCT. Health Technology Assessment. 24.44
Horvath MAH, Massey K, Essafi S, Majeed-Ariss R. 2020. Minimising trauma in staff at a sexual assault referral centre: What and who is needed?. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 102029-102029 74
Howarth SD, Johnson J, Millott HE, O’Hara JK. 2020. The early experiences of Physician Associate students in the UK: A regional cross-sectional study investigating factors associated with engagement. PLoS One. 15.5
Hughes E, Mcdermott E. 2020. Mental health nurses can play a key role in supporting gay, bisexual and two-spirit men experiencing mental health challenges and inequalities. Evidence Based Nursing. 75-75 23.3
Hughes E, Mitchell N, Gascoyne S, Moe-Byrne T, Edmondson A, Coleman E, Millett L, Ali S, Cournos F, Dare C, Hewitt C, Johnson S, Kaur HD, McKinnon K, Mercer C, Nolan F, Walker C, Wainberg M, Watson J. 2020. The RESPECT study: a feasibility randomised controlled trial of a sexual health promotion intervention for people with serious mental illness in community mental health services in the UK. BMC Public Health. 20.1
Lamph G, Baker J, Dickinson T, Lovell K. 2020. Personality disorder co-morbidity in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapy’ (IAPT) Services: A qualitative study exploring patient perspectives on treatment experience.. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy.
Li J, Fairhurst C, Peckham E, Bailey D, Arundel C, Hewitt C, Heron P, Crosland S, Parrott S, Gilbody S, SCIMITAR+ collaborative. 2020. Cost‐effectiveness of a specialist smoking cessation package compared with standard smoking cessation services for people with severe mental illness in England: a trial‐based economic evaluation from the SCIMITAR+ study. Addiction. 2113-2122 115.11
Majeed‐Ariss R, Rodriguez PM, White C. 2020. The disproportionately high prevalence of learning disabilities amongst adults attending Saint Marys Sexual Assault Referral Centre. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities. 595-603 33.3
McHugh SK, Lawton R, O'Hara JK, Sheard L. 2020. Does team reflexivity impact teamwork and communication in interprofessional hospital-based healthcare teams? A systematic review and narrative synthesis. BMJ Quality & Safety. 672-683 29.8
McKeown M, Thomson G, Scholes A, Jones F, Downe S, Price O, Baker J, Greenwood P, Whittington R, Duxbury J. 2020. Restraint minimisation in mental health care: legitimate or illegitimate force? An ethnographic study. Sociology of Health & Illness. 449-464 42.3
McVey L, Alvarado N, Keen J, Greenhalgh J, Mamas M, Gale C, Doherty P, Feltbower R, Elshehaly M, Dowding D, Randell R. 2020. Institutional use of National Clinical Audits by healthcare providers. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice.
McVey L, Nolan G, Lees J. 2020. The predictive moment: reverie, connection and predictive processing. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling.
O'Hara JK, Baxter R, Hardicre N. 2020. ‘Handing over to the patient’: A FRAM analysis of transitional care combining multiple stakeholder perspectives. Applied Ergonomics. 103060-103060 85
Randell R, Alvarado N, McVey L, Greenhalgh J, West RM, Farrin A, Gale C, Parslow R, Keen J, Elshehaly M, Ruddle RA, Lake J, Mamas M, Feltbower R, Dowding D. 2020. How, in what contexts, and why do quality dashboards lead to improvements in care quality in acute hospitals? Protocol for a realist feasibility evaluation. BMJ Open. 10.2
Stefanidou T, Hughes E, Kester K, Edmondson A, Majeed-Ariss R, Smith C, Ariss S, Brooker C, Gilchrist G, Kendal S, Lucock M, Maxted F, Perot C, Shallcross R, Trevillion K, Lloyd-Evans B. 2020. The identification and treatment of mental health and substance misuse problems in sexual assault services: A systematic review. PLOS ONE. 15.4
Sutherland R, Baker J, Prince S. 2020. Support, interventions and outcomes for families/carers of people with borderline personality disorder: A systematic review. Personality and Mental Health. 199-214 14.2
Teece A. 2020. An ICU diary written by relatives: Who is it really written for?. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 57
Teece A, Baker J, Smith H. 2020. Identifying determinants for the application of physical or chemical restraint in the management of psychomotor agitation on the critical care unit. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 5-19 29.1-2
Wainberg ML, Mann CG, Norcini-Pala A, McKinnon K, Pinto D, Pinho V, Cavalcanti MT, Cheng-Shiun L, Guimarães MD, Mattos P, Hughes E, Palinkas LA, Otto-Salaj L, Remien RH, Cournos F. 2020. Challenges and opportunities in the science of research to practice: lessons learned from a randomized controlled trial of a sexual risk-reduction intervention for psychiatric patients in a public mental health system. Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry. 349-359 42.4
Wiig S, Aase K, Billett S, Canfield C, Røise O, Njå O, Guise V, Haraldseid-Driftland C, Ree E, Anderson JE, Macrae C. 2020. Defining the boundaries and operational concepts of resilience in the resilience in healthcare research program. BMC Health Services Research. 20.1
Wiig S, Rutz S, Boyd A, Churruca K, Kleefstra S, Haraldseid-Driftland C, Braithwaite J, O’Hara J, van de Bovenkamp H. 2020. What methods are used to promote patient and family involvement in healthcare regulation? A multiple case study across four countries. BMC Health Services Research. 20.1

2019

McVey L. 2019. A chocolate Santa: Imaging the liminal moment with reverie in research. In: Nolan G; West W (eds.) Extending Horizons in Helping and Caring Therapies: Beyond the Liminal in the Healing Encounter. First Edition.
Aase K, Waring J, O’Hara JK. 2019. Scaffolding our systems? Patients and families ‘reaching in’ as a source of healthcare resilience. BMJ Quality & Safety. 3-6 28.1
Abel KM, Heuvelman H, Rai D, Timpson NJ, Sarginson J, Shallcross R, Mitchell H, Hope H, Emsley R. 2019. Intelligence in offspring born to women exposed to intimate partner violence: a population-based cohort study [version 1; peer review: 2 approved]. Wellcome Open Research. 4
Albutt A, O'Hara J, Conner M, Lawton R. 2019. Involving patients in recognising clinical deterioration in hospital using the Patient Wellness Questionnaire: A mixed-methods study. Journal of Research in Nursing. 174498711986774-174498711986774
Baker JA, Canvin K, Berzins K. 2019. The relationship between workforce characteristics and perception of quality of care in mental health: A qualitative study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 100
Brooker C, Edmondson A, Hughes L. 2019. The contribution of mental health services to a new strategic direction for sexual assault and abuse services. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 45-48 64
Brooker C, Hughes E, Lloyd-Evans B, Stefanidou T. 2019. Mental health pathways from a sexual assault centre: A review of the literature. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 101862-101862 68
Clibbens N. 2019. Primary care suicide screening: the importance of comprehensive clinical assessment. Evidence-Based Nursing.
Clibbens N, Berzins K, Baker J. 2019. Caregivers’ experiences of service transitions in adult mental health: An integrative qualitative synthesis. Health and Social Care in the Community. e535-e548 27.5
Dowding DW, Alvarado N, McVey L, Mamas M, Randell R. 2019. Variation in National Clinical Audit Data Capture: Is Using Routine Data the Answer?. MEDINFO 2019: HEALTH AND WELLBEING E-NETWORKS FOR ALL. 1658-1659 264
Duxbury J, Baker J, Downe S, Jones F, Greenwood P, Thygesen H, McKeown M, Price O, Scholes A, Thomson G, Whittington R. 2019. Minimising the use of physical restraint in acute mental health services: The outcome of a restraint reduction programme (‘REsTRAIN YOURSELF’). International Journal of Nursing Studies. 40-48 95
Duxbury J, Thomson G, Scholes A, Jones F, Baker J, Downe S, Greenwood P, Price O, Whittington R, McKeown M. 2019. Staff experiences and understandings of the REsTRAIN Yourself initiative to minimise the use of physical restraint on mental health wards.. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 845-856 28.4
Ellison L, Berzins K. 2019. Responses to inpatient victimisation in mental health settings in England and Wales. International Review of Victimology. 141-156 25.2
Gilbody S, Peckham E, Bailey D, Arundel C, Heron P, Crosland S, Fairhurst C, Hewitt C, Li J, Parrott S, Bradshaw T, Horspool M, Hughes E, Hughes T, Ker S, Leahy M, McCloud T, Osborn D, Reilly J, Steare T, Ballantyne E, Bidwell P, Bonner S, Brennan D, Callen T, Carey A, Colbeck C, Coton D, Donaldson E, Evans K, Herlihy H, Khan W, Nyathi L, Nyamadzawo E, Oldknow H, Phiri P, Rathod S, Rea J, Romain-Hooper C-B, Smith K, Stribling A, Vickers C. 2019. Smoking cessation for people with severe mental illness (SCIMITAR+): a pragmatic randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Psychiatry. 379-390 6.5
Griffiths AW, Surr CA, Alldred DP, Baker J, Higham R, Spilsbury K, Thompson CA. 2019. Pro re nata prescribing and administration for neuropsychiatric symptoms and pain in long-term care residents with dementia and memory problems: a cross-sectional study. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. 1314-1322 41.5
Hughes E, Lucock M, Brooker C. 2019. Sexual violence and mental health services: a call to action. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. 594-597 28.6
Jackson H, Baker J, Berzins K. 2019. Factors influencing decisions of mental health professionals to release service users from seclusion: A qualitative study. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2178-2188 75.10
Lamph G, Baker J, Dickinson T, Lovell K. 2019. Personality disorder co‐morbidity in primary care ‘Improving Access to Psychological Therapy’ services: A qualitative study exploring professionals' perspectives of working with this patient group. Personality and Mental Health. 168-179 13.3
Louch G, Mohammed MA, Hughes L, O'Hara J. 2019. “Change is what can actually make the tough times better”: A patient-centred patient safety intervention delivered in collaboration with hospital volunteers. Health Expectations. 102-113 22.1
Majeed-Ariss R, Brockway A, Cook K, White C. 2019. ‘Could do better’: Report on the use of special measures in sexual offences cases. Criminology and Criminal Justice.
Majeed-Ariss R, Walker T, Lee P, White C. 2019. The Experiences of Sexually Assaulted People Attending Saint Mary’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre for a Forensic Medical Examination. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 33-37 66
Majeed‐Ariss R, Karsna K, White C. 2019. The Nature of Child Sexual Abuse among Boys and Girls Attending Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre in Greater Manchester. Child Abuse Review. 431-441 28.6
Manning D, Majeed-Ariss R, Mattison M, White C. 2019. The high prevalence of pre-existing mental health complaints in clients attending Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre: Implications for initial management and engagement with the Independent Sexual Violence Advisor service at the centre. Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine. 102-107 61
Massey K, Horvath MAH, Essafi S, Majeed-Ariss R. 2019. Staff experiences of working in a Sexual Assault Referral Centre: the impacts and emotional tolls of working with traumatised people. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 686-705 30.4
McKeown M, Thomson G, Scholes A, Jones F, Baker J, Downe S, Price O, Greenwood P, Whittington R, Duxbury J. 2019. “Catching your tail and firefighting”: The impact of staffing levels on restraint minimization efforts. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 131-141 26.5-6
McVey L. 2019. Sharing a living room: Empathy, reverie and connection. Self and Society. 46.2
Murray J, Hardicre N, Birks Y, O’Hara J, Lawton R. 2019. How older people enact care involvement during transition from hospital to home: A systematic review and model. Health Expectations. 883-893 22.5
O'Hara JK, Canfield C, Aase K. 2019. Patient and family perspectives in resilient healthcare studies: A question of morality or logic?. Safety Science. 99-106 120
Oluyase AO, Raistrick D, Hughes E, Lloyd C. 2019. The appropriateness of psychotropic medicines: an interview study of service users attending a substance misuse service in England. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. 972-980 41.4
Ramsey LP, Sheard L, Lawton R, O'Hara J. 2019. How do healthcare staff respond to patient experience feedback online? A typology of responses published on Care Opinion. Patient Experience Journal. 42-50 6.2
Shallcross R, Dickson JM, Nunns D, Taylor K, Kiemle G. 2019. Women’s Experiences of Vulvodynia: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Journey Toward Diagnosis. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 961-974 48.3
Trevillion K, Shallcross R, Ryan E, Heslin M, Pickles A, Byford S, Jones I, Johnson S, Pawlby S, Stanley N, Rose D, Seneviratne G, Wieck A, Jennings S, Potts L, Abel KM, Howard LM. 2019. Protocol for a quasi-experimental study of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of mother and baby units compared with general psychiatric inpatient wards and crisis resolution team services (The ESMI study) in the provision of care for women in the postpartum period. BMJ Open. 9.3
Berzins K; Louch G; Albutt A; Baker J (2019) Recorded incidents in UK acute mental health wards: A retrospective descriptive analysis (Poster) Improving Patient Safety: new horizons, new perspectives
Hughes E, Mitchell N, Gascoyne S, Moe-Byrne T, Edmondson A, Coleman E, Millett L, Ali S, Dare C, Hewitt C, Johnson S, Llewellyn C, Mercer C, Nolan F, Walker C, Watson J. 2019. Sexual Health Promotion in People with Severe Mental Illness: the RESPECT feasibility RCT.
Karsna K, Majeed-Ariss R. 2019. Improving understanding of the scale and nature of child sexual abuse Characteristics and experiences of children and young people attending Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre, Greater Manchester A review of 986 case files. In: Improving understanding of the scale and nature of child sexual abuse Characteristics and experiences of children and young people attending Saint Mary's Sexual Assault Referral Centre, Greater Manche.

2018

Hills JW, Cahill J, Lees J, Freshwater D. 2018. Indices of Change: Analysing the Indexical Properties of Data from Psychotherapy Case Work to Discern Patterns of Therapeutic Change Over Time. In: Costa AP; Reis LP; Souza FND; Moreira A (eds.) Computer Supported Qualitative Research: Second International Symposium on Qualitative Research (ISQR 2017). Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing.
Elshehal M, Alvarado N, McVey L, Randell R, Mamas M, Ruddle RA. 2018. From Taxonomy to Requirements: A Task Space Partitioning Approach. BELIV Workshop 2018
Armitage G, Moore S, Reynolds C, Laloë P-A, Coulson C, McEachan R, Lawton R, Watt I, Wright J, O'Hara J. 2018. Patient-reported safety incidents as a new source of patient safety data: an exploratory comparative study in an acute hospital in England. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy. 36-43 23.1
Baxter R, O'Hara J, Murray J, Sheard L, Cracknell A, Foy R, Wright J, Lawton R. 2018. Partners at Care Transitions: exploring healthcare professionals’ perspectives of excellence at care transitions for older people. BMJ open. 8.9
Berzins K, Baker J, Brown M, Lawton R. 2018. A cross-sectional survey of mental health service users’, carers’ and professionals’ priorities for patient safety in the United Kingdom. Health Expectations. 1085-1094 21.6
Berzins K, Louch G, Brown M, O'Hara JK, Baker J. 2018. Service user and carer involvement in mental health care safety: raising concerns and improving the safety of services. BMC Health Services Research. 18
Burkinshaw P, Cahill J, Ford J. 2018. Empirical Evidence Illuminating Gendered Regimes in UK Higher Education: Developing a New Conceptual Framework. Education Sciences. 8.2
Clibbens N, Harrop D, Blackett S. 2018. Early discharge in acute mental health: A rapid literature review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 1305-1325 27.5
Cullen AE, Bowers L, Khondoker M, Pettit S, Achilla E, Koeser L, Moylan L, Baker J, Quirk A, Sethi F, Stewart D, McCrone P, Tulloch AD. 2018. Factors associated with use of psychiatric intensive care and seclusion in adult inpatient mental health services. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. 51-61 27.1
Edge D, Degnan A, Cotterill S, Berry K, Baker J, Drake R, Abel K. 2018. Culturally adapted Family Intervention (CaFI) for African-Caribbean people diagnosed with schizophrenia and their families: a mixed-methods feasibility study of development, implementation and acceptability.. Health Services and Delivery Research.
Hills J, Lees J, Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2018. Psychosoma in crisis: an autoethnographic study of medically unexplained symptoms and their diverse contexts. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. 135-147 46.2
Hughes E, Bressington D, Sharratt K, Gray R. 2018. Novel psychoactive substance use by mental health service consumers: an online survey of inpatient health professionals’ views and experiences. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 30-39 11.1
Hughes E, Edmondson AJ, Onyekwe I, Quinn C, Nolan F. 2018. Identifying and addressing sexual health in serious mental illness: Views of mental health staff working in two National Health Service organizations in England. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 966-974 27.3
Hughes E, Rawlings V, McDermott E. 2018. Mental Health Staff Perceptions and Practice Regarding Self-Harm, Suicidality and Help-Seeking in LGBTQ Youth: Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in the UK. Issues in Mental Health Nursing. 30-36 39.1
Jackson H, Baker J, Berzins K. 2018. What factors influence the decisions of mental health professionals to release service users from seclusion?. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 1618-1633 27.6
Johnson J, Hall LH, Berzins K, Baker J, Melling K, Thompson C. 2018. Mental healthcare staff well‐being and burnout: A narrative review of trends, causes, implications, and recommendations for future interventions. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 20-32 27.1
Majeed-Ariss R, McPhee M, Bundy C, Griffiths CEM, Young H. 2018. Developing a protocol to identify and prioritize research questions for psoriasis: a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership. British Journal of Dermatology. 1383-1387 178.6
McDermott E, Hughes E, Rawlings V. 2018. Norms and normalisation: understanding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer youth, suicidality and help-seeking. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 156-172 20.2
McDermott E, Hughes E, Rawlings V. 2018. The social determinants of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth suicidality in England: a mixed methods study. Journal of Public Health. e244-e251 40.3
McDermott E, Hughes E, Rawlings V. 2018. Corrigendum: The social determinants of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth suicidality in England: a mixed methods study. Journal of Public Health. e616-e616 40.4
Moore C, Majeed-Ariss R, Jayanti A, Mitra S, Skevington S, Wearden A. 2018. How an ordeal becomes the norm: A qualitative exploration of experiences of self-cannulation in male home haemodialysis patients. British Journal of Health Psychology. 544-560 23.3
O'Hara JK, Grasic K, Gutacker N, Street A, Foy R, Thompson C, Wright J, Lawton R. 2018. Identifying positive deviants in healthcare quality and safety: a mixed methods study. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 276-291 111.8
O'Hara JK, Grasic K, Gutacker N, Street A, Foy R, Thompson C, Wright J, Lawton R. 2018. Identifying positive deviants in healthcare quality and safety: a mixed methods study. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 276-291 111.8
O'Hara JK, Reynolds C, Moore S, Armitage G, Sheard L, Marsh C, Watt I, Wright J, Lawton R. 2018. What can patients tell us about the quality and safety of hospital care? Findings from a UK multicentre survey study. BMJ Quality and Safety. 673-682 27.9
Price O, Baker J, Bee P, Grundy A, Scott A, Butler D, Cree L, Lovell K. 2018. Patient perspectives on barriers and enablers to the use and effectiveness of de‐escalation techniques for the management of violence and aggression in mental health settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 614-625 74.3
Price O, Baker J, Bee P, Lovell K. 2018. The support-control continuum: an investigation of staff perspectives on factors influencing the success or failure of de-escalation techniques for the management of violence and aggression in mental health settings. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 197-206 77
Quinn C, Platania-Phung C, Bale C, Happell B, Hughes E. 2018. Understanding the current sexual health service provision for mental health consumers by nurses in mental health settings: Findings from a Survey in Australia and England. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 1522-1534 27.5
Shallcross R, Dickson JM, Nunns D, Mackenzie C, Kiemle G. 2018. Women’s Subjective Experiences of Living with Vulvodynia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Ethnography. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 577-595 47.3
Waite-Jones JM, Majeed-Ariss R, Smith J, Stones SR, Van Rooyen V, Swallow V. 2018. Young People’s, Parents’, and Professionals’ Views on Required Components of Mobile Apps to Support Self-Management of Juvenile Arthritis: Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth. 6.1
Peach D, Rowland AG, Bates D, Long T, Cook D, Cooper L, Ward B, McMorrow R, Gunson S, Vasilica C, Fenton K, Neylon C, Kola E, Drumm I, Majeed-Ariss R, White C, Smith S. 2018. Not just a thought.... In: Not just a thought....

2017

Gamble C, Lewis C, Baker J, Allen R. 2017. Conducting a family assessment. In: Chambers M (eds.) Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing: The craft of caring. 3rd.
Albutt AK, O'Hara JK, Conner MT, Fletcher SJ, Lawton RJ. 2017. Is there a role for patients and their relatives in escalating clinical deterioration in hospital? A systematic review. Health Expectations. 818-825 20.5
Bowers L, Cullen AE, Achilla E, Baker J, Khondoker M, Koeser L, Moylan L, Pettit S, Quirk A, Sethi F, Stewart D, McCrone P, Tulloch AD. 2017. Seclusion and Psychiatric Intensive Care Evaluation Study (SPICES): Combined qualitative and quantitative approaches to the uses and outcomes of coercive practices in mental health services. Health Services and Delivery Research. 5.21
Freeman S, Teece AM. 2017. Critical Care Nursing: Caring for patients who are agitated. Evidence-Based Nursing. 101-103 20.4
Gilchrist G, Swan D, Shaw A, Keding A, Towers S, Craine N, Munro A, Hughes E, Parrott S, Strang J, Taylor A, Watson J. 2017. The acceptability and feasibility of a brief psychosocial intervention to reduce blood-borne virus risk behaviours among people who inject drugs: a randomised control feasibility trial of a psychosocial intervention (the PROTECT study) versus treatment as usual. Harm Reduction Journal. 14
Gilchrist G, Swan D, Widyaratna K, Marquez-Arrico JE, Hughes E, Mdege ND, Martyn-St James M, Tirado-Munoz J. 2017. A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Psychosocial Interventions to Reduce Drug and Sexual Blood Borne Virus Risk Behaviours Among People Who Inject Drugs. AIDS and Behavior. 1791-1811 21.7
Johnson J, Louch G, Dunning A, Johnson O, Grange A, Reynolds C, Hall L, O'Hara J. 2017. Burnout mediates the association between depression and patient safety perceptions: A cross-sectional study in hospital nurses.. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 1667-1680 73.7
Lawton R, O'Hara JK, Sheard L, Armitage G, Cocks K, Buckley H, Corbacho B, Reynolds C, Marsh C, Moore S, Watt I, Wright J. 2017. Can patient involvement improve patient safety? A cluster randomised control trial of the Patient Reporting and Action for a Safe Environment (PRASE) intervention. BMJ Quality and Safety. 622-631 26.8
Louch G, O'Hara J, Gardner P, O'Connor DB. 2017. A Daily Diary Approach to the Examination of Chronic Stress, Daily Hassles and Safety Perceptions in Hospital Nursing. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 946-956 24.6
Louch G, O'Hara J, Mohammed MA. 2017. A qualitative formative evaluation of a patient-centred patient safety intervention delivered in collaboration with hospital volunteers. Health Expectations. 1143-1153 20.5
Majeed-Ariss R, Jayanti A, Schulz T, Wearden A, Mitra S. 2017. The anticipated and the lived experience of home and in-centre haemodialysis: Is there a disconnect?. Journal of Health Psychology. 1524-1533 22.12
Mountain G, Cahill J, Thorpe H. 2017. Sensitivity and attachment interventions in early childhood: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Infant Behavior and Development. 14-32 46
Olsen A, Majeed-Ariss R, Teniola S, White C. 2017. Improving service responses for people with learning disabilities who have been sexually assaulted: An audit of forensic services. British Journal of Learning Disabilities. 238-245 45.4
Oluyase AO, Raistrick D, Hughes E, Lloyd C. 2017. Prescribers’ views and experiences of assessing the appropriateness of prescribed medications in a specialist addiction service. International Journal of Clinical Pharmacy. 1248-1255 39.6
Pettit SA, Bowers L, Tulloch A, Cullen AE, Moylan LB, Sethi F, McCrone P, Baker J, Quirk A, Stewart D. 2017. Acceptability and use of coercive methods across differing service configurations with and without seclusion and/or psychiatric intensive care units. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 966-976 73.4
Sheard L, Marsh C, O'Hara J, Armitage G, Wright J, Lawton R. 2017. The Patient Feedback Response Framework – understanding why UK hospital staff find it difficult to make improvements based on patient feedback: A qualitative study. Social Science & Medicine. 19-27 178
Sheard L, Marsh C, O’Hara J, Armitage G, Wright J, Lawton R. 2017. Exploring how ward staff engage with the implementation of a patient safety intervention: a UK-based qualitative process evaluation. BMJ Open. 7.7
Spilsbury K, Baker J, Alldred DP. 2017. Guidance on medicines administration by care assistants in nursing homes. Nursing Times. 26-28 113.2
Teece A, Baker J. 2017. Thematic Analysis: How do patient diaries affect survivors' psychological recovery?. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing. 50-56 41
Gilchrist G, Swan D, Shaw A, Keding A, Towers S, Craine N, Munro A, Hughes E, Parrott S, Mdege N, Strang J, Taylor A, Watson J. 2017. Preventing blood-borne virus infection in people who inject drugs in the UK: systematic review, stakeholder interviews, psychosocial intervention development and feasibility randomised controlled trial.

2016

Spilsbury K, Baker J, Alldred DP, on behalf of the Department of Health. 2016. Administration of medicines in care homes (with nursing) for older people by care assistants.
Baker JA, Haidrani L. 2016. No more saying ‘in a minute’. Mental Health Practice. 39-39 20.2
Baker JA, Pryjmachuk S. 2016. Will safe staffing in Mental Health Nursing become a reality?. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 75-76 23.2
Bromley RL, Calderbank R, Cheyne CP, Rooney C, Trayner P, Clayton-Smith J, García-Fiñana M, Irwin B, Morrow JI, Shallcross R, Baker GA. 2016. Cognition in school-age children exposed to levetiracetam, topiramate, or sodium valproate. Neurology. 1943-1953 87.18
Clibbens N. 2016. Valuing therapeutic alliances with people experiencing acute psychosis. Evidence Based Nursing. 116-116 19.4
Clibbens N, Williamson K. 2016. Stakeholders' views about nutrition education. British Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 262-269 5.6
Delgadillo J, Böhnke JR, Hughes E, Gilbody S. 2016. Disentangling psychopathology, substance use and dependence: a factor analysis. BMC Psychiatry. 16
Edge D, Degnan A, Cotterrill S, Berry K, Drake R, Baker JA, Barrowclough C, Bhugra D, Cahoon P, Tarrier N, Lewis S, Abel K. 2016. Culturally-adapted Family Intervention (CaFI) for African-Caribbeans diagnosed with schizophrenia and their families: A feasibility study of implementation and acceptability.. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 2
Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2016. Development of research discourses: a conceptual map. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2030-2041 72.9
Gascoyne S, Hughes E, McCann E, Quinn C. 2016. The sexual health and relationship needs of people with severe mental illness. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 338-343 23.5
Gray R, Bressington D, Hughes E, Ivanecka A. 2016. A systematic review of the effects of novel psychoactive substances ‘legal highs’ on people with severe mental illness. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Gray R; Hughes E; Bressington D (eds.). 267-281 23.5
Gray R, Hughes E, Bressington D. 2016. Multimorbidity in people with mental illness: translating evidence to practice. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 245-246 23.5
Haslam C, O’Hara J, Kazi A, Twumasi R, Haslam R. 2016. Proactive occupational safety and health management: Promoting good health and good business. Safety Science. 99-108 81
Hernan AL, Giles SJ, O'Hara JK, Fuller J, Johnson JK, Dunbar JA. 2016. Developing a primary care patient measure of safety (PC PMOS): A modified Delphi process and face validity testing. BMJ Quality and Safety. 273-280 25.4
Heyhoe J, Birks Y, Harrison R, OHara JK, Cracknell A, Lawton R. 2016. The role of emotion in patient safety: Are we brave enough to scratch beneath the surface?. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 52-58 109.2
Hughes E, Bassi S, Bland M, Gilbody S, Martin F. 2016. Infection in people with severe mental illness – Authors' reply. The Lancet Psychiatry. 204-205 3.3
Hughes E, Bassi S, Gilbody S, Bland M, Martin F. 2016. Prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C in people with severe mental illness: a systematic review and meta-analysis. The Lancet Psychiatry. 40-48 3.1
Khaled SM, Hughes E, Bressington D, Zolezzi M, Radwan A, Badnapurkar A, Gray R. 2016. The prevalence of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) use in non-clinical populations: a systematic review protocol. Systematic Reviews. 5
Louch G, O'Hara J, Gardner P, O'Connor DB. 2016. The daily relationships between staffing, safety perceptions and personality in hospital nursing: A longitudinal on-line diary study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 27-37 59
McVey L, Lees J, Nolan G. 2016. Reflective-verbal language and reverie in a qualitative interview. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 132-140 16.2
O'Hara JK, Armitage G, Reynolds C, Coulson C, Thorp L, Din I, Watt I, Wright J. 2016. How might health services capture patient-reported safety concerns in a hospital setting? An exploratory pilot study of three mechanisms.. BMJ Quality and Safety. 42-53 26.1
O'Hara JK, Lawton RJ. 2016. At a crossroads? Key challenges and future opportunities for patient involvement in patient safety. BMJ Quality and Safety. 565-568 25.8
O’Hara JK, Lawton RJ, Armitage G, Sheard L, Marsh C, Cocks K, McEachan RRC, Reynolds C, Watt I, Wright J. 2016. The patient reporting and action for a safe environment (PRASE) intervention: a feasibility study. BMC Health Services Research. 16.1
Sheard L, O'Hara J, Armitage G, Wright J, Cocks K, McEachan R, Watt I, Lawton R. 2016. Erratum to: Evaluating the PRASE patient safety intervention - a multi-centre, cluster trial with a qualitative process evaluation: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 17
Spilsbury K; Alldred DP; Baker J (2016) Administration of medicines in nursing homes for older people by care assistants: Developing guidance for care home providers Nursing Home Research
Spilsbury K, Baker J, Alldred DP. 2016. Administration of medicines in care homes (with nursing) for older people by care assistants: Developing evidence-based guidance for care home providers. Summary of evidence.

2015

Buckley H, Cocks K, Lawton R, O'Hara J, Sheard L, Marsh C, Martin BC, Watt I, Wright J. 2015. Outcomes to measure patient safety: the patient reporting and action for a safe environment (PRASE) trial. 3rd International Clinical Trials Methodology Conference
Baker GA, Bromley RL, Briggs M, Cheyne CP, Cohen MJ, Garcia-Finana M, Gummery A, Kneen R, Loring DW, Mawer G, Meador KJ, Shallcross R, Clayton-Smith J. 2015. IQ at 6 years after in utero exposure to antiepileptic drugs: A controlled cohort study. Neurology. 382-390 84.4
Baker J, Pryjmachuk S. 2015. NHS England's confusion over mental health makes us fearful.. Nursing Standard. 32-33 29.46
Bee P, Price O, Baker JA, Lovell K. 2015. Systematic synthesis of barriers and facilitators to service user-led care planning. British Journal of Psychiatry. 104-104 207.2
Berzins KM, Gray TA, Waterman H, Francis JJ. 2015. Specifying active components of educational interventions to promote adherence to treatment in glaucoma patients: application of a taxonomy of behavior change techniques. Psychology Research and Behavior Management. 201-209 8
Bower P, Roberts C, O’Leary N, Callaghan P, Bee P, Fraser C, Gibbons C, Olleveant N, Rogers A, Davies L, Drake R, Sanders C, Meade O, Grundy A, Walker L, Cree L, Berzins K, Brooks H, Beatty S, Cahoon P, Rolfe A, Lovell K. 2015. A cluster randomised controlled trial and process evaluation of a training programme for mental health professionals to enhance user involvement in care planning in service users with severe mental health issues (EQUIP): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 16.1
Buckley H, Cocks K, Lawton R, O'Hara J, Sheard L, Marsh C, Martin BC, Watt I, Wright J. 2015. Outcomes to measure patient safety: the patient reporting and action for a safe environment (PRASE) trial. Trials. P52-P52 16.Suppl 2
Clarke D, Boyce-Gaudreau K, Sanderson A, Baker JA. 2015. Emergency Department triage decision-making with mental health presentations: A "think aloud" study. Journal of Emergency Nursing. 496-502 41.6
Conner M, McEachan R, Taylor N, O'Hara J, Lawton R. 2015. Role of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions in predicting health behaviors. Health Psychology. 642-652 34.6
Cree L, Brooks HL, Berzins K, Fraser C, Lovell K, Bee P. 2015. Carers’ experiences of involvement in care planning: a qualitative exploration of the facilitators and barriers to engagement with mental health services. BMC Psychiatry. 15.1
Delgadillo J, Gore S, Ali S, Ekers D, Gilbody S, Gilchrist G, McMillan D, Hughes E. 2015. Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial of Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions for Depression Symptoms in Patients Accessing Drug and Alcohol Treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 6-14 55
Essen C, Freshwater D, Cahill J. 2015. Towards an understanding of the dynamic sociomaterial embodiment of interprofessional collaboration. Nursing Inquiry. 210-220 22.3
Fiorini G, Bland JM, Hughes E, Castelli V, Vaira D. 2015. A Systematic Review on Drugs Absorption Modifications after Eradication in Helicobacter pylori Positive Patients undergoing Replacement Therapy. Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases. 95-100 24.1
Gore S, Mendoza J, Delgadillo J. 2015. Multiple obstacles to psychological care from the viewpoint of addiction service users. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 129-140 8.3
Hughes E. 2015. Hope not heart-sink: is stigma the main barrier to help and recovery for people with Dual Diagnosis. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 8.3
Hughes E. 2015. The unlearned lesson. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 8.4
Lawton R, O'Hara JK, Sheard L, Reynolds C, Cocks K, Armitage G, Wright J. 2015. Can staff and patient perspectives on hospital safety predict harm-free care? An analysis of staff and patient survey data and routinely collected outcomes. BMJ Quality and Safety. 369-376 24.6
Majeed-Ariss R, Baildam E, Campbell M, Chieng A, Fallon D, Hall A, McDonagh JE, Stones SR, Thomson W, Swallow V. 2015. Apps and adolescents: A systematic review of adolescents' use of mobile phone and tablet apps that support personal management of their chronic or long-term physical conditions. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 17.12
Majeed-Ariss R, Fallon D, McDonagh J, Hall A, Swallow V. 2015. Mobile phone and tablet apps to support young people’s management of their physical long-term conditions: a systematic review protocol. Journal of Medical Internet Research. e40-e40 4.2
Majeed-Ariss R, Jackson C, Knapp P, Cheater FM. 2015. British‐Pakistani women's perspectives of diabetes self‐management: the role of identity. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2571-2580 24.17-18
Majeed-Ariss R, Jackson C, Knapp P, Cheater FM. 2015. A systematic review of research into black and ethnic minority patients' views on self-management of type 2 diabetes. Health Expectations. 625-642 18.5
McVey L, Lees J, Nolan G. 2015. Practitioner‐based research and qualitative interviewing: Using therapeutic skills to enrich research in counselling and psychotherapy. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 147-154 15.2
Price O, Baker JA, Bee P, Lovell K. 2015. Learning and performance outcomes of mental health staff training in de-escalation techniques for the management of violence and aggression. British Journal of Psychiatry. 447-455 206.6
Williamson K, Kilner K, Clibbens N. 2015. A comparison of the nutrient intake of a community-dwelling first-episode psychosis cohort, aged 19-64 years, with data from the UK population. Journal of Nutritional Science. 4

2014 & previous

Baker JA, Coffey M, Doyle M. 2011. Helping people with mental health problems who come into contact with the criminal justice system.. In: Pryjmachuk S (eds.) Mental Health Nursing; A evidence based introduction..
Hardy GE, Cahill JL, Barkham M. 2007. Active ingredients of the therapeutic relationship that promote client change. In: Gilbert P; Leahy RL (eds.) The Therapeutic Relationship in the Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies.
Kendal S, Baker JA. 2013. Managing anxiety and agitation. In: Bullock I; Macleod Clark J; Rycroft-Malone J (eds.) Adult Nursing Practice: Using evidence in care..
Munro S, Baker JA. 2011. Helping people who have acute mental health problems.. In: Pryjmachuk S (eds.) Mental Health Nursing: An evidence based introduction..
Rigby L, Wilson I, Walton T, Baker JA, Dunne K, Keeley P. 2010. An experiential enquiry based learning approach in mental health education.. In: Case studies: centre for excellence in enquiry-based learning - supported projects series 2008-9.
Shallcross R, Bromley RL, Baker GA. 2011. Gender and epilepsy: Clinical, social and psychological impact. In: Society, Behaviour and Epilepsy.
Bewick BM, Trusler KL, Barkham M, Hill AJ, Cahill JL. 2006. Systematic review of web-based interventions designed to decrease alchohol consumption and/or prevent alcohol abuse. The 34th International Medical Advisory Group Conference
Cahill J, Freshwater D, Walsh E, Muncey T, Esterhuizen P. 2011. Rhetoric Versus Reality: the role of research in deconstructing concepts of caring. RCN Annual International Nursing Research Conference
Cahill JL. 2007. Audit of Psychological Therapy Provision Across Leeds. Alliance of Counselling Agencies
Clarke D, Boyce-Gaudreau K, Sanderson A, Baker J. 2014. How will you triage this mental health presentation: it depends. 1st Global Conference on Emergency Nursing & Trauma Care
Stiles WB, Hardy GE, Cahill JL, Barkham M, Agnew-Davies R. 2003. The Short Arm: A Short Form of the Agnew Relationship Measure. Paper presented at the meeting of the North American Society for Psychotherapy Research, Newport, Rhode Island
Abell J, Hughes J, Reilly S, Berzins K, Challis D. 2010. Case Management for Long-Term Conditions: Developing Targeting Processes. Care Management Journals. 11-18 11.1
Abell J, Hughes J, Reilly S, Berzins KM, Challis D. 2010. Case Management for Long‐Term Conditions: The Role of Networks in Health and Social Care Services. Journal of Integrated Care. 45-52 18.1
Ahmead MK, Rahhal AA, Baker JA. 2010. The attitudes of mental health professionals towards patients with mental illness in an inpatient setting in Palestine. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 356-362 19.5
Arbabi M, Nejatisafa AA, Mohammadi MR, Yousefi S, Mahdavian S, Izadi S, Berzins KM. 2008. The prevalence and experience of harrassment of people with mental health problems living in the community in Iran. EUROPEAN PSYCHIATRY. S364-S364 23
Arbai M, Nejatisfa A, Mohammadi M, Yousefi S, Mahdavian S, Berzins KM. 2007. The prevalence and experience of harassment of people with mental health problems living in the community in Iran. Iranian Journal of Psychiatry. 102-107 2
Armitage G, Ward J, Birks Y. 2013. Editorial: Patients as Reviewers of Quality and Safety. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety. 5-6 39.1
Ashmore R, Carver N, Clibbens N, Sheldon J. 2012. Lecturers' accounts of facilitating clinical supervision groups within a pre-registration mental health nursing curriculum. Nurse Education Today. 224-228 32.3
Baker J. 2006. Mental Health Policy and Practice. Health & Social Care in the Community. 89-90 15.1
Baker J. 2011. Multi-disciplinary perceptions of patient group directions as a replacement for the pro re nata prescribing of antipsychotic medications in acute mental health settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 2191-2199 67.10
Baker J, Lovell K, Harris N. 2006. How expert are the experts? An exploration of the concept of ‘expert’ within Delphi panel techniques. Nurse Researcher. 59-70 14.1
Baker J, Lovell K, Harris N. 2008. Enhancing the use of PRN psychotropic medications in acute mental health wards. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MENTAL HEALTH NURSING. A1-A2 17
Baker J, Playle J, Lovell K, Nelson P. 2008. An evaluation of the impact of the Chief Nursing Officer's review of mental health nursing - Preliminary findings of a national review of Higher Education Institutions and Mental Health Trusts in England. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MENTAL HEALTH NURSING. A1-A1 17
Baker J, Playle J, Nelson P, Lovell K. 2010. An evaluation of the impact of the recommendations of the Chief Nursing Officer’s (England) Review of Mental Health Nursing in Mental Health Trusts and Universities in England: findings from stage one, an e-survey. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 2590-2600 19.17-18
Baker J, Swarbrick C, Campbell M, Playle J, Lovell K. 2012. A follow-up evaluation of the impact of the Chief Nursing Officer’s review of mental health nursing in Mental Health Trusts and Universities in England: comparisons of two e-surveys. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 625-635 68.3
Baker JA. 2000. Developing psychosocial care for acute psychiatric wards. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 95-100 7.2
Baker JA. 2000. Developing psychosocial care: the development and evaluation of a short course which aims to introduce psychosocial interventions to inpatient staff. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 477-481 7.6
Baker JA. 2001. Bipolar disorders: an overview of current literature. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 437-441 8.5
Baker JA. 2001. Developing psychosocial care for acute psychiatric wards. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 95-100 8.2
Baker JA. 2002. The service and illness experiences described by users of the Mood Swings Network. Journal of Mental Health. 453-463 11.4
Baker JA, Bowers L, Owiti JA. 2009. Wards features associated with high rates of medication refusal by patients: a large multi-centred survey. General Hospital Psychiatry. 80-89 31.1
BAKER JA, KEADY J, HARDMAN P, KAY J, JONES L, JOLLEY D. 2010. Psychotropic PRN use among older people's inpatient mental health services. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 463-468 17.5
BAKER JA, KEADY J, HARDMAN P, KAY J, JONES L, JOLLEY D. 2010. Medicine use in older people's inpatient mental health services. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 280-285 17.3
Baker JA, Lovell K, Easton K, Harris N. 2006. Service users' experiences of 'as needed' psychotropic medications in acute mental healthcare settings. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 354-362 56.4
Baker JA, Lovell K, Harris N. 2007. Mental health professionals' psychotropic pro re nata (p.r.n.) medication practices in acute inpatient mental health care: a qualitative study. General Hospital Psychiatry. 163-168 29.2
Baker JA, Lovell K, Harris N. 2008. A best-evidence synthesis review of the administration of psychotropic pro re nata (PRN) medication in in-patient mental health settings. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 1122-1131 17.9
Baker JA, Lovell K, Harris N. 2008. The impact of a good practice manual on professional practice associated with psychotropic PRN in acute mental health wards: An exploratory study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 1403-1410 45.10
BAKER JA, LOVELL K, HARRIS N, CAMPBELL M. 2007. Multidisciplinary consensus of best practice for pro re nata (PRN) psychotropic medications within acute mental health settings: a Delphi study. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 478-484 14.5
Baker JA, Munro SL. 2006. Factors influencing acuity within inpatient mental health care. Journal of Psychiatric Intensive Care. 90-90 2.02
BAKER JA, O'HIGGINS H, PARKINSON J, TRACEY N. 2002. The construction and implementation of a psychosocial interventions care pathway within a low secure environment: a pilot study. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 737-739 9.6
Baker JA, Richards DA, Campbell M. 2005. Nursing attitudes towards acute mental health care: development of a measurement tool. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 522-529 49.5
Baker JA, Sanderson A, Challen K, Price O. 2014. Acute inpatient care in the UK. Part 1: recovery-orientated wards.. Mental Health Practice. 18-24 17.10
Baker JA, Sanderson A, Challen K, Price O. 2014. Acute inpatient care in the UK. Part 2: managing risk.. Mental Health Practice. 21-27 18.1
Barkham M, Bewick B, Mullin T, Gilbody S, Connell J, Cahill J, Mellor-Clark J, Richards D, Unsworth G, Evans C. 2013. The CORE-10: A short measure of psychological distress for routine use in the psychological therapies. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 3-13 13.1
Barkham M, Mellor-Clark J, Connell J, Cahill JL. 2006. A core approach to practice-based evidence: A brief history of the origins and applications of the Core-OM and Core System. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 3-15 6.1
Barrowclough C, Haddock G, Wykes T, Beardmore R, Conrod P, Craig T, Davies L, Dunn G, Eisner E, Lewis S, Moring J, Steel C, Tarrier N. 2010. Integrated motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural therapy for people with psychosis and comorbid substance misuse: randomised controlled trial. BMJ. c6325-c6325 341.nov24 3
Bee P, Berzins K, Calam R, Pryjmachuk S, Abel KM. 2013. Defining Quality of Life in the Children of Parents with Severe Mental Illness: A Preliminary Stakeholder-Led Model. PLoS ONE. e73739-e73739 8.9
Bee P, Bower P, Byford S, Churchill R, Calam R, Stallard P, Pryjmachuk S, Berzins K, Cary M, Wan M, Abel K. 2014. The clinical effectiveness, cost-effectiveness and acceptability of community-based interventions aimed at improving or maintaining quality of life in children of parents with serious mental illness: a systematic review. Health Technology Assessment. 18.8
Bee P, Richards D, Loftus S, Baker J, Bailey L, Lovell K. 2005. Specialist educational intervention for mental health nursing staff: delivery, content and personal impact. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 529-538 51.5
BEE PE, BAKER JA, RICHARDS DA, LOFTUS SJ, BAILEY L, LOVELL K, WOODS P, COX D. 2005. Organizing and delivering training for acute mental health services: a discussion paper. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 139-145 12.2
Bee PE, Richards DA, Loftus SJ, Baker JA, Bailey L, Lovell K, Woods P, Cox D. 2006. Mapping nursing activity in acute inpatient mental healthcare settings. Journal of Mental Health. 217-226 15.2
Berzins K. 2007. A world to belong to.. Mental health today (Brighton, England). 29-31
Berzins K, Reilly S, Abell J, Hughes J, Challis D. 2009. UK self-care support initiatives for older patients with long-term conditions: a review. Chronic Illness. 56-72 5.1
Berzins KM. 2010. Mental health service users', carers' and professionals' perceptions of the named person provisions of the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003..
Berzins KM, Atkinson JM. 2010. The views of policy influencers and mental health officers concerning the Named Person provisions of the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003. Journal of Mental Health. 452-460 19.5
Berzins KM, Berzins KM, Atkinson JM. 2009. Service users’ and carers’ views of the Named Person provisions under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003. Journal of Mental Health. 207-215 18.3
Berzins KM, Petch A, Atkinson JM. 2003. Prevalence and experience of harassment of people with mental health problems living in the community. British Journal of Psychiatry. 526-533 183.06
Bewick B, Trusler K, Barkham M, Hill AJ, Cahill JL, Mulhern B. 2008. The effectiveness of web-based interventions designed to decrease alcohol consumption: a systematic review. Preventative Medicine. 47.1
Bewick BM, Trusler K, Barkham M, Hill AJ, Cahill J, Mulhern B. 2008. The effectiveness of web-based interventions designed to decrease alcohol consumption - A systematic review. PREV MED. 17-26 47.1
BOWERS L, ROSS J, OWITI J, BAKER J, ADAMS C, STEWART D. 2012. Event sequencing of forced intramuscular medication in England. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 799-806 19.9
Brewin E. 2004. Sharing the knowledge.. Mental health today (Brighton, England). 24-26
Bromley RL, Mawer GE, Briggs M, Cheyne C, Clayton-Smith J, Garcia-Finana M, Kneen R, Lucas SB, Shallcross R, Baker GA, Baker G, Briggs M, Bromley R, Clayton-Smith J, Dixon P, Fryer A, Gummery A, Kneen R, Kerr L, Lucas S, Mawer G, Shallcross R. 2013. The prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders in children prenatally exposed to antiepileptic drugs. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. 637-643 84.6
Cahill J. 2009. A combined review of: Collective biography and the legacy of Hildegard Peplau, Annie Altschul and Eileen Skellern; the origins of mental health nursing and its relevance to the current crisis in psychiatry; Mental health content of comprehensive pre-registration nursing curricula in Australia and Childhood abuse and psychosis; a critical review of the literature. Journal of Research in Nursing. 549-552 14.6
Cahill J. 2013. Clinically representative research in the psychological therapies: An emerging paradigm. Journal of Research in Nursing. 97-111 18.2
Cahill J. 2013. Review: Percieved social support and coping strategies in advanced cancer patients. Journal of Research in Nursing. 421-422 18.5
Cahill J, Barkham M, Hardy G, Gilbody S, Richards D, Bower P, Audin K, Connell J. 2008. A review and critical appraisal of measures of therapist-patient interactions in mental health settings. HEALTH TECHNOL ASSES. III-+ 12.24
Cahill J, Barkham M, Hardy G, Gilbody S, Richards D, Bower P, Audin K, Connell J. 2008. A review and critical appraisal of measures of therapist-patient interactions in mental health settings.. Health Technol Assess. iii-47 12.24
Cahill J, Barkham M, Stiles WB, Twigg E, Hardy GE, Rees A, Evans C. 2006. Convergent validity of the CORE measures with measures of depression for clients in cognitive therapy for depression. J COUNS PSYCHOL. 253-259 53.2
Cahill J, Paley G, Hardy G. 2013. What do patients find helpful in psychotherapy? Implications for the therapeutic relationship in mental health nursing.. J Psychiatr Ment Health Nurs. 782-791 20.9
Cahill J, Paley G, Hardy G. 2013. What do patients find helpful in psychotherapy? Implications for the therapeutic relationship in mental health nursing. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 782-791 20.9
Cahill J, Stiles WB, Barkham M, Hardy GE, Stone G, Agnew-Davies R, Unsworth G. 2012. Two short forms of the Agnew Relationship Measure: the ARM-5 and ARM-12.. Psychother Res. 241-255 22.3
Cahill JL, Barkham M, Hardy GE, Gilbody S, Richards D, Bower P. 2008. A review and critical appraisal of measures of therapist patient interactions in mental health settings. Health Technology Assessment. 12.4
Cahill JL, Barkham M, Hardy GE, Rees A, Shapiro DA, Stiles WB, Macaskill ND. 2003. Outcomes of patients completing and not completing cognitive therapy for depression. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 133-143 42.2
Cahill JL, Barkham M, Stiles WB. 2010. Systematic review of practice-based research on psychological therapies in routine clinic settings. British Journal of Clinical Psychology. 421-453 49
Cahill JL, Barkham M, Stiles WB, Hardy GE, Stone G, Agnew-Davies R, Unsworth G. 2011. Two Short Forms of the Agnew Relationship Measure: The ARM-5 and ARM-12. Psychotherapy Research.
Cahill JL, Barkham M, Stiles WB, Twigg E, Hardy GE, Rees A, Evans C. 2006. Convergent Validity of the CORE Measures with Measures of Depression for Clients in Cognitive Therapy for Depression. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 253-259 53.2
Cahill JL, Potter S, Mullin T. 2006. First contact session outcomes in primary care psychological therapy and counselling services.. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research. 41-49 6.1
Carver N, Ashmore R, Clibbens N. 2007. Group clinical supervision in pre-registration nurse training: The views of mental health nursing students. Nurse Education Today. 768-776 27.7
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