Most popular paper at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Well done to one of our newest postdocs Mei Sing Ong, whose work on failures in handoff communication during intrahospital transfers has become the most viewed paper, beating out some big-hitting competition. You can find the full paper here.

Prospective risk analysis – a little more “localised”

Although I am a little bit slow in writing this, I’ve recently published some work I did on communication patterns within complex organisations. With a specific requirement that I use agent-based modelling, and the aim of improving our understanding of how and where adverse events happen, I had a look at how hospitals go about … Continue reading Prospective risk analysis – a little more “localised”