2019 Publications

Jahn HK, Jahn IH, Roland D on behalf of PERUKI, et al Mobile device and app use in paediatric emergency care: a survey of departmental practice in the UK and Ireland


Bonfield A, Roland D Inter-rater reliability in a bespoke scoring tool: the Paediatric Observation Priority Score

Thoma B, Goerzen S, Horeczko T, Roland D, Tagg A, Chan T, Bruijins S and Riddell J. An international, interprofessional investigation of the self-reported podcast listening habits of emergency clinicians: A METRIQ Study. Published Online First: DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/cem.2019.427

Jacob N, Moriarty Y, Lloyd A, et al Optimising paediatric afferent component early warning systems: a hermeneutic systematic literature review and model development

Lo DK, Beardsmore CS, Roland D, et al Lung function and asthma control in school-age children managed in UK primary care: a cohort study

Chante Dove, Teresa M. Chan, Brent Thoma, Damian Roland, Stevan R. Bruijns, A cross-sectional description of open access publication costs, policies and impact in emergency medicine and critical care journals, African Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2019 (9)3 150-155

Edwards S, Roland D Learning from mistakes on social media.

Waterfield T, Lyttle MD, Shields M, et al Parents’ and clinicians’ views on conducting paediatric diagnostic test accuracy studies without prior informed consent: qualitative insight from the Petechiae in Children study (PiC)

Trubey R, Huang C, Lugg-Widger FV, et al Validity and effectiveness of paediatric early warning systems and track and trigger tools for identifying and reducing clinical deterioration in hospitalised children: a systematic review

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