Here are some of our recent letters, journal articles, books and book chapters. Look out for research news updates where we will post details of further key publications in the future as they appear.

“The Diamond”: A Structure for simulation debrief

Authors: Dr Peter Jaye, Dr Libby Thomas, Dr Gabriel Reedy.

Link to article:

January 2015.


J. Birns, A. Roots, T. Ernst and P. Jaye. Simulation training for Geriatric Medicine, British Geriatrics Society Newsletter 2012; 37: 18-19


Conference Abstract:

J. Birns, A. Roots, T. Ernst and P. Jaye. Bespoke simulation training for specialist trainees in Geriatric Medicine. Age and Ageing (in press)

J. Birns, Z. Mehdi and D. Dasgupta. Simulation Training for Geriatric Medicine. European Geriatric Medicine (in press)

Conference Abstract:

J. Fleet, T. Ernst, P. Jaye and J. Birns. Simulation training for learning communication skills with confused patients. Annals of Delirium (in press)

Z. Mehdi, A. Ross, G. Reedy, A. Roots, T. Ernst, P. Jaye and J. Birns. Simulation Training for Geriatric Medicine. The Clinical Teacher (in press)

Birns J, Roots A, Ernst T, Jaye P. Bespoke Simulation Training for Specialist Trainees in Geriatric Medicine, BSH, November 2013.

Davies JB, Ross AJ. Sorry everyone, but it didn’t work (p = 0.06) Addiction Research and Theory 2013; 21(4)348-355.

Jaye P, Birns J, Roots A,  Pan London Simulation Training for Hyperacute Stroke, International Stroke Conference, California 2014.

Ross AJ, Anderson JE, Kodate N et al. Simulation training for improving compassionate care of older people: An independent evaluation of an innovative programme for inter-professional education. BMJ Quality and Safety 2013; 22(6):495-505.

Walsh K, Jaye P. The costs and utility of the Mini-CEX. Medical Teacher 2013; Online ahead of print doi: 10.3109/0142159X.2013.787139

Khan MS, Ahmed K, Gohil R et al. Development and Implementation of Centralised Simulation Training – Evaluation of Feasibility, Acceptability and Construct Validity British Journal of Urology 2012; Online ahead of print doi: 10.1111/j.1464-410X.2012.11204.x.

Kodate N, Ross AJ, Anderson JE et al. Non-Technical Skills (NTS) for enhancing patient safety: achievements and future directions Japan Society for Quality and Safety in Healthcare (JSQSH) Journal 2012; 7 (4) 36-370.

Petrushkin H,  Barsam A, Mavrakakis M, Parfitt A, Jaye P Optic disc assessment in the emergency department: a comparative study between the PanOptic and direct ophthalmoscopes. Emerg Med J 2012; 29(12):1007-8.

Ross AJ, Kodate N, Anderson JE et al. A content analytic mapping of simulation studies in anaesthesia journals, 2001-2010. British Journal of Anaesthesia 2012; 109 (1): 99-109.

Ross AJ, Anderson JE, Kodate N et al. Inpatient diabetes care: System resilience for patient safety and service quality. Cognition, Technology and Work 2012; Online ahead of print doi: 10.1007/s10111-012-0247-2.

Schiff R, Jensen H, Jaye P et al. Care and Compassion; a novel multifaceted programme improves the non-technical skills of caring for frail older people Age Ageing 2012; 41 (suppl 2): ii71.

Trivedy C, Kodate N, Ross AJ et al. Attitudes and awareness of London based emergency department (ED) physicians towards the management of common dentofacial emergencies. Dental Traumatology 2012; 28 (2) 121-126.

Walsh K, Jaye P. The relationship between fidelity and cost in simulation. Medical Education 2012; 46(12):1226.

Ahmed K, Amer T, Challacombe B, Jaye P, Dasgupta P, Khan MS. How to develop a simulation programme in urology. BJU Int. 2011; 108(11):1698-702.

Gavazzi A, Bahsoun A, Van Haute W, Ahmed K, Elhage O, Jaye P,  Khan MS, Dasgupta P. Face, content and construct validity of a virtual reality simulator for robotic surgery (SEP Robot). Ann R Coll Surg Engl 2011; 93:152-156.

Newton A, Sarker SJ, Parfitt A, Henderson K, Jaye P, Drake N. Individual care plans can reduce hospital admission rate for patients who frequently attend the emergency department. Emerg Med J 2011; 28(8):654-7.

Roots A, Thomas L, Jaye P, Birns J. Simulation training for hyperacute stroke unit nurses. Br J Nurs 2011; 20(21):1352-6.

Cheung A, Al-Ausi M, Hathorn I et al. Patients’ attitudes toward medical photography in the emergency department. Emerg Med J 2005; 22(8):609.

Davies JB, Ross AJ, Sudbery MV. The Fagerstrom test for nicotine dependence and its relationship to NRT use and readiness-to-quit.  Journal of Substance Use 2008; 13 (5) 1-9.

Davies JB, Ross AJ, Wallace B et al. Safety management: A qualitative systems approach London: Taylor and Francis, 2003.

Eadie D, Heim D, McAskill S, et al. A qualitative analysis of compliance with smoke-free Legislation in community bars in Scotland: implications for public health. Addiction 2008; 103, 1019-1026.

Heim D, Ross AJ, Eadie D et al. Public health or social impacts; a qualitative analysis of attitudes towards the smoke free legislation in Scotland. Nicotine and Tobacco Research 2009;  11 (12) 1424-1430.

Jaye P, Beckett MW, Parfitt A. regional approach to improving night time supervision of accident and emergency departments Emerg Med J 2004; 21: 65 – 66.

Reedy GB, Mordaunt J. Assessing Wicked Competencies at a Distance.  Kemp P. (Ed), Enhancing Learning Through Assessment Oxford: Higher Education Academy, 2010.

Ross AJ, Davies JB. Cannabis ‘drugspeak’ from young people in Easterhouse, Glasgow Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 2009;16 (2): 152‐166.

Ross AJ, Heim D, Flatley K, Davies JB, Sudbery M. An exploration of Street Drinking in Drumchapel, Scotland. Health Education Research 2005;20 (3):314-322.

Ross AJ, Davies JB, Plunkett M. Reliable qualitative data for safety and risk management. Process Safety and Environmental Protection 2005;83 (2): 117-121.

Ross AJ, Plunkett M, Walsh K. Adverse Event categorization across NHS Scotland. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2010; 19 (5) 1-4.

Tachakra S, Jaye PD, Bak J et al. Supervising trauma life support by telemedicine. J Telemed Telecare 2000; 6 Suppl 1:S7-11.

Tachakra S, Dutton D, Newson R et al. How do teleconsultations for remote trauma management change over a period of time? J Telemed Telecare 2000; 6(Suppl 1):S12–S15.

Wallace B, Ross AJ. Beyond Human Error: Taxonomies and Safety Science Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press/Taylor and Francis, 2006.

Wallace B, Ross AJ, Davies JB. Information processing models: benefits and limitations. In McCabe PT  (Ed.) Contemporary Ergonomics. Taylor and Francis: London, 2003 (p543-548).

Wallace B, Ross AJ. Effective Taxonomies in Organizational Safety. In Cook MJ, Noyes J M, Masakowski Y. (Eds.) Decision-making in complex systems Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006 (p361-372).

Wallace B, Ross AJ. Effective Taxonomies for Database Management. Municipal Engineer 2005;158(1): 253‐257.

Wallace B, Ross AJ, Davies JB, et al.  (Eds.) The World, the Mind and the Body: Psychology after Cognitivism Exeter: Imprint Academic, 2007.

Wiseman SA , Jaye PD , Powell JT et al.  DNA polymorphisms of the apolipoprotein B and fibrinogen genes in young patients with peripheral vascular disease. Applied Cardiovascular Biology 1990; 1: 118-23.