Ian Litchfield
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Can rapid approaches to qualitative analysis deliver timely, valid findings to clinical leaders? A mixed methods study comparing rapid and thematic analysis
B Taylor, C Henshall, S Kenyon, I Litchfield, S Greenfield
BMJ open 8 (10), e019993, 2018
Impact of COVID-19 on the digital divide: a rapid review
I Litchfield, D Shukla, S Greenfield
BMJ open 11 (10), e053440, 2021
Clinical reminder alert fatigue in healthcare: a systematic literature review protocol using qualitative evidence
R Backman, S Bayliss, D Moore, I Litchfield
Systematic Reviews 6 (1), 1-6, 2017
Birmingham and Lambeth Liver Evaluation Testing Strategies (BALLETS): a prospective cohort study.
RJ Lilford, L Bentham, A Girling, I Litchfield, R Lancashire, D Armstrong, ...
Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) 17 (28), i-xiv, 1, 2013
Routine failures in the process for blood testing and the communication of results to patients in primary care in the UK: a qualitative exploration of patient and provider …
I Litchfield, L Bentham, A Hill, RJ McManus, R Lilford, S Greenfield
BMJ quality & safety 24 (11), 681-690, 2015
General practitioners’ views on use of patient reported outcome measures in primary care: a cross-sectional survey and qualitative study
GM Turner, I Litchfield, S Finnikin, OL Aiyegbusi, M Calvert
BMC family practice 21 (1), 1-10, 2020
Test result communication in primary care: clinical and office staff perspectives
IJ Litchfield, LM Bentham, RJ Lilford, SM Greenfield
Family practice 31 (5), 592-597, 2014
Test result communication in primary care: a survey of current practice
I Litchfield, L Bentham, R Lilford, RJ McManus, A Hill, S Greenfield
BMJ quality & safety 24 (11), 691-699, 2015
Patient perspectives on test result communication in primary care: a qualitative study
IJ Litchfield, LM Bentham, RJ Lilford, RJ McManus, SM Greenfield
British Journal of General Practice 65 (632), e133-e140, 2015
Patient and healthcare professionals perspectives on the delivery of exercise education for patients with type 1 diabetes
I Litchfield, RC Andrews, P Narendran, S Greenfield
Frontiers in endocrinology 10, 76, 2019
Patients’ evaluations of patient safety in English general practices: a cross-sectional study
I Ricci-Cabello, KS Marsden, AJ Avery, BG Bell, UT Kadam, D Reeves, ...
British Journal of General Practice 67 (660), e474-e482, 2017
Patients' perceptions and experiences of the prevention of hospital-acquired thrombosis: a qualitative study
PN Apenteng, D Fitzmaurice, I Litchfield, S Harrison, C Heneghan, ...
BMJ open 6 (12), e013839, 2016
Assessment of occupational exposure to radiofrequency fields and radiation
TG Cooper, SG Allen, RP Blackwell, I Litchfield, SM Mann, JM Pope, ...
Radiation Protection Dosimetry 111 (2), 191-203, 2004
Is ambient air pollution associated with onset of sudden infant death syndrome: a case-crossover study in the UK
IJ Litchfield, JG Ayres, JJK Jaakkola, NI Mohammed
BMJ open 8 (4), e018341, 2018
The role of self-management in burns aftercare: a qualitative research study
I Litchfield, LL Jones, N Moiemen, N Andrews, S Greenfield, J Mathers
Burns 45 (4), 825-834, 2019
Pressure garment to prevent abnormal scarring after burn injury in adults and children: the PEGASUS feasibility RCT and mixed-methods study.
N Moiemen, J Mathers, L Jones, J Bishop, P Kinghorn, M Monahan, ...
Health Technology Assessment (Winchester, England) 22 (36), 1, 2018
Clinical and economic assessment of different general population strategies of pertussis vaccine booster regarding number of doses and age of application for reducing whooping …
I Rodríguez-Cobo, YF Chen, B Olowokure, I Litchfield
Vaccine 26 (52), 6768-6776, 2008
The future role of receptionists in primary care
I Litchfield, N Gale, M Burrows, S Greenfield
British Journal of General Practice 67 (664), 523-524, 2017
Below the surface: Parents’ views on the factors that influence treatment adherence in paediatric burn scar management—A qualitative study
N Andrews, LL Jones, N Moiemen, M Calvert, P Kinghorn, I Litchfield, ...
Burns 44 (3), 626-635, 2018
Can process mining automatically describe care pathways of patients with long-term conditions in UK primary care? A study protocol
I Litchfield, C Hoye, D Shukla, R Backman, A Turner, M Lee, P Weber
BMJ open 8 (12), e019947, 2018
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