Jane K O'Hara
Jane K O'Hara
University of Leeds
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Physical activity and adolescents: an exploratory randomized controlled trial investigating the influence of affective and instrumental text messages
R Sirriyeh, R Lawton, J Ward
British journal of health psychology 15 (4), 825-840, 2010
Role of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions in predicting health behaviors.
M Conner, R McEachan, N Taylor, J O'Hara, R Lawton
Health Psychology 34 (6), 642, 2015
Can patients report patient safety incidents in a hospital setting? A systematic review
JK Ward, G Armitage
BMJ quality & safety 21 (8), 685-699, 2012
Randomized controlled trial of collaborative implementation intentions targeting working adults' physical activity.
A Prestwich, MT Conner, RJ Lawton, JK Ward, K Ayres, RRC McEachan
Health Psychology 31 (4), 486, 2012
The patient feedback response framework–understanding why UK hospital staff find it difficult to make improvements based on patient feedback: a qualitative study
L Sheard, C Marsh, J O'Hara, G Armitage, J Wright, R Lawton
Social Science & Medicine 178, 19-27, 2017
Can patient involvement improve patient safety? A cluster randomised control trial of the Patient Reporting and Action for a Safe Environment (PRASE) intervention
R Lawton, JK O'Hara, L Sheard, G Armitage, K Cocks, H Buckley, ...
BMJ quality & safety 26 (8), 622-631, 2017
Patient involvement in patient safety: Protocol for developing an intervention using patient reports of organisational safety and patient incident reporting
JK Ward, RRC McEachan, R Lawton, G Armitage, I Watt, J Wright
BMC Health Services Research 11 (1), 1-10, 2011
Burnout mediates the association between depression and patient safety perceptions: A cross‐sectional study in hospital nurses
J Johnson, G Louch, A Dunning, O Johnson, A Grange, C Reynolds, ...
Journal of Advanced Nursing 73 (7), 1667-1680, 2017
Proactive occupational safety and health management: Promoting good health and good business
C Haslam, J O’Hara, A Kazi, R Twumasi, R Haslam
Safety science 81, 99-108, 2016
Can staff and patient perspectives on hospital safety predict harm-free care? An analysis of staff and patient survey data and routinely collected outcomes
R Lawton, JK O'Hara, L Sheard, C Reynolds, K Cocks, G Armitage, ...
BMJ quality & safety 24 (6), 369-376, 2015
Developing a reliable and valid patient measure of safety in hospitals (PMOS): a validation study
RRC McEachan, RJ Lawton, JK O'Hara, G Armitage, S Giles, S Parveen, ...
BMJ quality & safety 23 (7), 565-573, 2014
At a crossroads? Key challenges and future opportunities for patient involvement in patient safety
JK O'Hara, RJ Lawton
BMJ Quality & Safety 25 (8), 565-568, 2016
The role of emotion in patient safety: are we brave enough to scratch beneath the surface?
J Heyhoe, Y Birks, R Harrison, JK O’Hara, A Cracknell, R Lawton
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 109 (2), 52-58, 2016
What can patients tell us about the quality and safety of hospital care? Findings from a UK multicentre survey study
JK O’Hara, C Reynolds, S Moore, G Armitage, L Sheard, C Marsh, I Watt, ...
BMJ quality & safety 27 (9), 673-682, 2018
Is there a role for patients and their relatives in escalating clinical deterioration in hospital? A systematic review
AK Albutt, JK O'Hara, MT Conner, SJ Fletcher, RJ Lawton
Health Expectations 20 (5), 818-825, 2017
Scaffolding our systems? Patients and families ‘reaching in’as a source of healthcare resilience.
JK O’Hara, K Aase, J Waring
BMJ quality & safety 28 (1), 3-6, 2019
The daily relationships between staffing, safety perceptions and personality in hospital nursing: A longitudinal on-line diary study
G Louch, J O’Hara, P Gardner, DB O’Connor
International journal of nursing studies 59, 27-37, 2016
How might health services capture patient-reported safety concerns in a hospital setting? An exploratory pilot study of three mechanisms
JK O'Hara, G Armitage, C Reynolds, C Coulson, L Thorp, I Din, I Watt, ...
BMJ quality & safety 26 (1), 42-53, 2017
Evaluating the PRASE patient safety intervention-a multi-centre, cluster trial with a qualitative process evaluation: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
L Sheard, J O’Hara, G Armitage, J Wright, K Cocks, R McEachan, I Watt, ...
Trials 15 (1), 1-12, 2014
Partner‐and planning‐based interventions to reduce fat consumption: Randomized controlled trial
A Prestwich, MT Conner, RJ Lawton, JK Ward, K Ayres, RRC McEachan
British Journal of Health Psychology 19 (1), 132-148, 2014
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