All academic publications published will be listed here
- Cross-sectional centiles of blood pressure by age and sex: a four-hospital database retrospective observational analysis, published May 2020
- Frailty and unplanned admissions to the intensive care unit: a retrospective cohort study in the UK, published April 2020
- Deep Interpretable Early Warning System for the Detection of Clinical Deterioration, published February 2020
- Early warning score adjusted for age to predict the composite outcome of mortality, cardiac arrest or unplanned intensive care unit admission using observational vital-sign data: a multicentre development and validation, published November 2019
The HAVEN clinical team reviewed medical notes to identify additional variables that might affect decisions to admit patients to intensive care. The protocol for this phase of the project Testing a digital system that ranks the risk of unplanned intensive care unit admission in all ward patients: protocol for a prospective observational cohort study was published in BMJ Open in September 2019.
The HAVEN Human Factors team has been developing ideas around the concept of 'failure to rescue'. Their systematic review protocol is published in BMJ Open (April 2019). The review itself will follow.
Work from HAVEN study shows quantifying oxygen therapy (using FiO2) improves National Early Warning Score performance. Published in Resuscitation, April 2019
The team published twice in Resuscitation (September 2018):
- A comparison of the ability of the National Early Warning Score and the National Early Warning Score 2 to identify patients at risk of in-hospital mortality: a multi-centre database study
- Predicting in-hospital mortality and unanticipated admissions to the intensive care unit using routinely collected blood tests and vital signs: development and validation of a multivariable model
The HAVEN project was presented at the Intensive Care Society State of the Art conference, December 2017
- Decision making in the context of ‘big data’: Using the Delphi process to spot the needle in the haystack
- Identification of barriers and facilitators to information exchange about a deteriorating patient’s escalation of care: A Human Factors Analysis
The protocol for the HAVEN review of usability evaluation methods for assessing information visualisation in the clinical setting has also been published in BioMed Central Systematic Reviews (July 2017). The full review will follow.
The first paper published from the HAVEN project is the protocol for a literature review looking at clinical variables associated with unplanned ICU in hospitalised patients. Published in BiodMed Central Systematic Reviews, March 2017. The full review will follow.