Nicola Mackintosh

Summary

Affiliation: King's College London
Country: UK

Publications

  1. doi request reprint Republished original research: Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline
    Nicola Mackintosh
    Kings College London, NIHR Kings Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, London, UK
    Postgrad Med J 88:261-70. 2012
  2. doi request reprint Overcoming gendered and professional hierarchies in order to facilitate escalation of care in emergency situations: the role of standardised communication protocols
    Nicola Mackintosh
    NIHR King s Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, King s College London, London, WC2R 1HH, United Kingdom
    Soc Sci Med 71:1683-6. 2010
  3. doi request reprint Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline
    Nicola Mackintosh
    Kings College London, NIHR Kings Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, London, UK
    BMJ Qual Saf 21:135-44. 2012
  4. doi request reprint Women's safety alerts in maternity care: is speaking up enough?
    Susanna Rance
    King s College, London, Women s Health Academic Centre, London, UK
    BMJ Qual Saf 22:348-55. 2013
  5. doi request reprint Multidisciplinary obstetric simulated emergency scenarios (MOSES): promoting patient safety in obstetrics with teamwork-focused interprofessional simulations
    Della Freeth
    School of Community and Health Sciences, City University, London, UK
    J Contin Educ Health Prof 29:98-104. 2009

Collaborators

  • Christine McCourt
  • Susanna Rance
  • Della Freeth
  • Wendy Carter
  • Juliet Rayment
  • Jane Sandall
  • Kylie Watson
  • Gubby Ayida
  • Chris Sadler
  • Alasdair Strachan
  • Beverley Norris
  • Emma Jane Berridge

Detail Information

Publications5

  1. doi request reprint Republished original research: Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline
    Nicola Mackintosh
    Kings College London, NIHR Kings Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, London, UK
    Postgrad Med J 88:261-70. 2012
    ..While research has demonstrated some benefit, uncertainty remains regarding impact on patient outcomes. Little is known about the relationship between social contexts and the application of the RRS...
  2. doi request reprint Overcoming gendered and professional hierarchies in order to facilitate escalation of care in emergency situations: the role of standardised communication protocols
    Nicola Mackintosh
    NIHR King s Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, King s College London, London, WC2R 1HH, United Kingdom
    Soc Sci Med 71:1683-6. 2010
    ..The paper discusses the potential for these protocols to inter-relate and act as a mediating boundary object between nursing and medical staff, enabling understanding and sharing of cultural context...
  3. doi request reprint Understanding how rapid response systems may improve safety for the acutely ill patient: learning from the frontline
    Nicola Mackintosh
    Kings College London, NIHR Kings Patient Safety and Service Quality Research Centre, London, UK
    BMJ Qual Saf 21:135-44. 2012
    ..While research has demonstrated some benefit, uncertainty remains regarding impact on patient outcomes. Little is known about the relationship between social contexts and the application of the RRS...
  4. doi request reprint Women's safety alerts in maternity care: is speaking up enough?
    Susanna Rance
    King s College, London, Women s Health Academic Centre, London, UK
    BMJ Qual Saf 22:348-55. 2013
    ....
  5. doi request reprint Multidisciplinary obstetric simulated emergency scenarios (MOSES): promoting patient safety in obstetrics with teamwork-focused interprofessional simulations
    Della Freeth
    School of Community and Health Sciences, City University, London, UK
    J Contin Educ Health Prof 29:98-104. 2009
    ..Participants' perceptions of MOSES courses, their learning, and the transfer of learning to clinical practice were examined...