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Samuel Pannick
Samuel Pannick
Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
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Effects of interdisciplinary team care interventions on general medical wards: a systematic review
S Pannick, R Davis, H Ashrafian, BE Byrne, I Beveridge, T Athanasiou, ...
JAMA internal medicine 175 (8), 1288-1298, 2015
1292015
Beyond clinical engagement: a pragmatic model for quality improvement interventions, aligning clinical and managerial priorities
S Pannick, N Sevdalis, T Athanasiou
BMJ quality & safety 25 (9), 716-725, 2016
1192016
Improving the quality and safety of care on the medical ward: a review and synthesis of the evidence base
S Pannick, I Beveridge, RM Wachter, N Sevdalis
European journal of internal medicine 25 (10), 874-887, 2014
512014
Translating staff experience into organisational improvement: the HEADS-UP stepped wedge, cluster controlled, non-randomised trial
S Pannick, T Athanasiou, SJ Long, I Beveridge, N Sevdalis
BMJ open 7 (7), e014333, 2017
242017
Translating concerns into action: a detailed qualitative evaluation of an interdisciplinary intervention on medical wards
S Pannick, S Archer, MJ Johnston, I Beveridge, SJ Long, T Athanasiou, ...
BMJ open 7 (4), e014401, 2017
232017
Systematic literature review of learning curves for colorectal polyp resection techniques in lower gastrointestinal endoscopy
A Rajendran, S Pannick, S Thomas‐Gibson, S Oke, C Anele, N Sevdalis, ...
Colorectal Disease 22 (9), 1085-1100, 2020
202020
UK colorectal cancer patients are inadequately assessed for Lynch syndrome
M Adelson, S Pannick, JE East, P Risby, P Dawson, KJ Monahan
Frontline Gastroenterology 5 (1), 31-35, 2014
162014
What matters to medical ward patients, and do we measure it? A qualitative comparison of patient priorities and current practice in quality measurement, on UK NHS medical wards
S Pannick, S Archer, SJ Long, F Husson, T Athanasiou, N Sevdalis
BMJ open 9 (3), e024058, 2019
142019
A stepped wedge, cluster controlled trial of an intervention to improve safety and quality on medical wards: the HEADS-UP study protocol
S Pannick, I Beveridge, H Ashrafian, SJ Long, T Athanasiou, N Sevdalis
Bmj Open 5 (6), e007510, 2015
112015
Rethinking medical ward quality
S Pannick, RM Wachter, C Vincent, N Sevdalis
BMJ 355, 2016
102016
Quality of care in adult patients with inflammatory bowel disease transferring between healthcare providers: multicentre audit
OF Ahmad, H Ayubi, J Clough, R Dart, R Gadhok, S Pannick, G Parkes, ...
Frontline Gastroenterology 12 (1), 5-10, 2021
62021
Radiologically vs endoscopically-placed gastrostomy feeding tubes: An audit of current practice and clinical outcomes in a large, multi-site UK NHS trust
S Pannick, L Hicks, J Kim, Z Velji, K Colucci, A Wright, W Howson
Endoscopy 51 (04), OP242, 2019
32019
PTH-141 The learning curve for polypectomy and endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR): a systematic review
A Rajendran, S Pannick, S Thomas-Gibson, C Anele, S Oke, N Sevdalis, ...
Gut 67 (Suppl 1), A276-A279, 2018
22018
PTU-6 Completion colonoscopy in patients with adenomas identified on flexible sigmoidoscopy; is it always necessary?
L Good, Z Mohamed, G Chadwick, C Collins, E Johnston, S Pannick, ...
Gut 70 (Suppl 4), A44-A44, 2021
12021
Occult gastrointestinal bleeding: two eyes are better than one
S Pannick, K van Ree, P Cohen, G Smith, J Martin
Gut 68 (9), 1605-1641, 2019
12019
PTH-052 microscopic colitis is expensive to diagnose: an analysis of the utility of random colonic biopsies
S Pannick, S Chaggar, AD Lunn, I Beveridge, K Monahan, K Sundaram, ...
Gut 62 (Suppl 1), A232-A232, 2013
12013
PTH-85 Gastroduodenal tuberculosis: a global literature review and management algorithm for clinical decision making
R Jagdish, O Etter, G Chadwick, S Pannick, H Burgess, M Kyaw
Gut 70 (Suppl 4), A142-A143, 2021
2021
PTU-34 Small Bowel Capsule Endoscopy: A comparison against European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy performance measures
O Etter, R Jagdish, P Matthews, E Johnston, S Pannick
Gut 70 (Suppl 4), A59-A59, 2021
2021
Improving interdisciplinary care on the general medical ward
S Pannick
Imperial College London, 2017
2017
HEADS-UP: a novel intervention to improve clinical outcomes with daily, team-based risk recognition
S Pannick, I BeveridgeA, N SevdalisB
Clinical Medicine 15 (3), s2, 2015
2015
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