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Emergencies in General Practice: could checklists support teams in stressful situations?

Journal article

HIGHAM H. et al, (2020), British Journal of General Practice

The Role of ASPiH in Simulation Based Education

Journal article

HIGHAM H. et al, (2019), BMJ STEL

Developing a measure to assess the quality of care transitions for older people.

Journal article

Oikonomou E. et al, (2019), BMC Health Serv Res, 19

Nerve block site marking.

Journal article

Pollard R. et al, (2019), Anaesthesia, 74, 123 - 124

Taming 'biggish' data

Journal article

McDermott C. et al, (2019), BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning

To err is human: use of simulation to enhance training and patient safety in anaesthesia

Journal article

Higham H. and Baxendale B., (2017), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 119, i106 - i114

Go/no-go decision in anaesthesia: wide variation in risk tolerance amongst anaesthetists

Journal article

Greig PR. et al, (2017), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 118, 740 - 746

Preoperative fast heart rate: a harbinger of perioperative adverse cardiac events

Journal article

Foëx P. and Higham H., (2016), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 117, 271 - 274

Response to letter from Youngsonet al

Journal article

Greig P. et al, (2016), BMJ Quality & Safety, 25, 132 - 133

Perioperative Beta-Blockade, the Pros and Cons. The Story of Beta-Blockade and Cardiac Protection

Chapter

Higham H. and Foëx P., (2016), Perioperative Medicine – Current Controversies, 143 - 164

Beta-blockade and other perioperative pharmacological protectors: what is now available and efficacious?

Journal article

Sear JW. et al, (2015), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 115, 333 - 336

Surgical training in Saudi Arabia: Trainees' perspectives and the role of simulation

Journal article

Alotaibi NH. et al, (2015), International Journal of Surgery Open, 1, 1 - 4

Failure to perceive clinical events: An under-recognised source of error

Journal article

Greig PR. et al, (2014), Resuscitation, 85, 952 - 956

Failure to perceive clinical events: An under-recognised source of error

Journal article

Greig PR. et al, (2014), Resuscitation, 85, 952 - 956

Simulation training for dental foundation in oral and maxillofacial surgery – a new benchmark

Journal article

Kalsi AS. et al, (2013), British Dental Journal, 215, 571 - 576

Characterizing medical students' learning during immersive simulations

Conference paper

Davies I. et al, (2013), BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, 111, 319P - 319P

Perceptual error in clinical practice: when seeing is not believing

Conference paper

Greig PR. et al, (2013), BRITISH JOURNAL OF ANAESTHESIA, 111, 318P - 319P

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