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O'Hara, Jane K.

Patient and family perspectives in resilient healthcare studies: A question of morality or logic?

Whilst interest in resilient healthcare (RHC) research has increased over the past five years, our understanding of the role of patients, families and carers in supporting system resilience remains limited (Berg et al., 2018; Laugaland and Aase, 2015). The extant empirical evidence for RHC has almost exclusively been undertaken from the perspective of staff.

Mon, 01/27/2020 - 12:35

Service user and carer involvement in mental health care safety : raising concerns and improving the safety of services

BACKGROUND: Previous research into improving patient safety has emphasised the importance of responding to and learning from concerns raised by service users and carers. Expertise gained by the experiences of service users and their carers has also been seen as a potential resource to improve patient safety. We know little about the ease of raising concerns within mental health services, and the potential benefits of involving service users and carers in safety interventions.

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:23