Publications

SAPPHIRE publishes in world-leading journals in medicine (such as The Lancet and BMJ) and the social sciences (such as Social Science & Medicine and Milbank Quarterly). SAPPHIRE prides itself on a collaborative approach and on valuing the important contribution made by all members of the group to its high quality research outputs. Further information can be found in our collectively-produced Principles of Authorship.

2018 Publications

  1. Peerally MF, Dixon-Woods M. Root Cause Analysis Gone Wrong. Web M&M AHRQ (2018)
  2. Lorencatto F, Charani E, Sevdalis N, Tarrant C, Davey P. (2018) Driving sustainable change in antimicrobial prescribing behaviours – How can social and behavioural sciences help? Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (in press)
  3. Krockow EM, Pulford BD, Colman AM.(In press). Far but finite horizons promote cooperation in the Centipede game. Journal of Economic Psychology. doi:10.1016/j.joep.2018.07.002
  4. Jolly K, Sidhu MS, Hewitt CA, Coventry PA, Daley A, Jordan R, Heneghan C, Singh S, Ives N, Adab P, Jowett S, Varghese J, Nunan D, Ahmed K, Dowson L, Fitzmaurice D. Self management of patients with mild COPD in primary care: randomised controlled trial. BMJ 361:k2241 (2018)
  5. Krockow EM, Colman AM, Pulford BD. Dynamic Probability of Reinforcement for Cooperation: Random Game Termination in the Centipede Game. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52(2), 349-364 (2018)
  6. Krockow EM. (5 February 2018). Cross-cultural differences in trust [Radio interview]. In BBC Radio Leicester (producer), Mid-morning with Ben Jackson, Leicester, UK.
  7. Colman AM, Pulford BD, Krockow EM. Persistent cooperation and gender differences in Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma games: Some things never changeActa Psychologica, 187, 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.actpsy.2018.04.014 (2018)
  8. Wright B, Martin GP, Ahmed A, Banerjee J, Mason S Roland D. How the availability of observation status affects emergency physician decision making. Annals of Emergency Medicine (2018) In press
  9. Roland D, Snelson E. ‘So why didn’t you think this baby was ill?’ Decision-making in acute paediatrics Archives of Disease in Childhood. Archives of Disease in Childhood - Education and Practice (2018)
  10. Neill S, Roland D, Thompson M, et al. Why are acute admissions to hospital of children under 5 years of age increasing in the UK? Archives of Disease in Childhood (2018)
  11. Peerally MF, Dixon-Woods, M. Root Cause Analysis Gone Wrong. Patient Safety Network (2018)
  12. Armstrong N, Swinglehurst D. (in press, available online) Understanding medical overuse: the case of problematic polypharmacy and the potential of ethnography. Family Practice (2018)
  13. Armstrong N. (in press, available online) Overdiagnosis and overtreatment as a quality problem: insights from healthcare improvement research. BMJ Quality & Safety (2018)
  14. Armstrong N. (in press, available online) Navigating the uncertainties of screening: the contribution of social theory. Social Theory & Health
  15. Krockow EM, Colman AM, Pulford BD. Dynamic probability of reinforcement for cooperation: Random game termination in the centipede game. Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior, 109(2), 349-364. (2018)
  16. Bose P, Tarrant C, Mistri  A, Wilson A. Managing uncertainty: A qualitative study of GPs’ views on the diagnosis and immediate management of Transient Ischaemic Attack and the potential of a diagnostic toolFamily Practice (2018)
  17. Brown SA, Tyrer F, Clarke AL, Lloyd-Davies LH, Niyi-Odumosu FA, Nah R, Stein AG, Tarrant C, Smith A. Kidney Symptom Questionnaire: Development, content validation and relationship with quality of lifeJournal of Renal Care (2018)
  18. Clark J.  Altered Fetal Movement: challenges in self-diagnosis and implications for practice. MIDIRS Midwifery Digest 28: 1, 43-48. (2018)
  19. Cupit C, Mackintosh N, Armstrong N. Using ethnography to study improving healthcare: reflections on the ‘ethnographic’ label. BMJ Quality & Safety 27: 258–260 (2018)
  20. Armstrong N, Swinglehurst D. (in press, available online) Understanding medical overuse: the case of problematic polypharmacy and the potential of ethnography. Family Practice (2018)
  21. Armstrong N. (in press, available online) Overdiagnosis and overtreatment as a quality problem: insights from healthcare improvement research. BMJ Quality & Safety (2018)
  22. Armstrong N. (in press, available online) Navigating the uncertainties of screening: the contribution of social theory. Social Theory & Health (2018)
  23. Krockow EM, Colman AM, Pulford BD. Dynamic Probability of Reinforcement for Cooperation: Random Game Termination in the Centipede Game. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 52(2), 349-364 (2018)
  24. Jolly K, Sidhu MS, Hewitt CA, Coventry PA, Daley A, Jordan R, Heneghan C, Singh S, Ives N, Adab P, Jowett S, Varghese J, Nunan D, Ahmed K, Dowson L, Fitzmaurice D.  Patient self-management in primary care patients with mild COPD - a randomised controlled trial of telephone health coaching. BMJ (Joint First Author) (2018)
  25. Armstrong N, Brewster L, Tarrant C, Dixon R, Willars J, Power M, Dixon-Woods M. Taking the heat or taking the temperature? A qualitative study of a large-scale exercise in seeking to measure for improvement, not blame Social Science & Medicine Volume 198 (2018)
  26. Liberati E, Peerally MF, Dixn-Woods M. Learning from high risk industries may not be straightforward: a qualitative study of the hierarchy of risk controls approach in healthcareInternational Journal for Quality in Health Care (2018)
  27. Langton L, Bonfield A, Roland D. Inter-rater reliability in the Paediatric Observation Priority Score (POPS). Archives of Disease in Childhood (2018)
  28. Martin G, Waring J. Realising governmentality: pastoral power, governmental discourse and the (re)constitution of subjectivities The Sociological Review (2018)
  29. Martin G, Aveling EL, Campbell A, Tarrant C, Pronovost P, Mitchell I, Dankers C, Bates DW, Dixon-Woods M. Making soft intelligence hard: a multi-site qualitative study of challenges relating to voice about safety concerns, BMJ Quality & Safety (2018)
  30. Armstrong N, Brewster L, Tarrant C, Dixon R, Willars J, Power M, Dixon-Woods M. Taking the heat or taking the temperature? A qualitative study of a large-scale exercise in seeking to measure for improvement, not blame. Social Science & Medicine Volume 198 (2018)
  31. Krockow EM, Takezawa M, Pulford BD, Colman AM, Smithers S, Kita T, Nakawake Y. Commitment-enhancing tools in Centipede games: Evidencing European–Japanese differences in trust and cooperationJudgment and Decision Making 13(1), 61-72. (2018)
  32. Krockow EM, Colman AM, Pulford BD. Are some cultures more trusting than others? The Conversation (2018)
  33. Lotto RR, Armstrong N, Smith LK Diagnosis of a severe congenital anomaly: a qualitative analysis of parental decision-making and the implications for healthcare encounters. Health Expectations (2018)
  34. Mackintosh N, Sandall J, Collison C, Carter W, Harris J. Employing the Arts for Knowledge Production and Translation: Visualising new possibilities for women speaking up about safety concerns in maternity. Health Expectations (2018)

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