The publications and presentations listed below come from the Pay More Attention study and earlier studies by members of the research team that informed the Pay More Attention study.
NEW PUBLICATION: Oulton, K., Gibson, F., Carr, L., Hassiotis, A., Jewitt, C., Kenten, C., Russell, J., Whiting, M., Tuffrey-Wijne, I and Wray, J. (2018) Mapping staff perspectives towards the delivery of hospital care for children and young people with and without learning disabilities in England: a mixed methods national study. BMC Health Services Research, vol.18. Paper
Oulton, K., Wray, J., Carr, L., Hassiotis, A., Jewitt, C., Kerry, S., Tuffrey-Wijne, I and Gibson, F. (2016) Pay More Attention: a national mixed methods study to identify the barriers and facilitators to ensuring equal access to high-quality hospital care and services for children and young people with and without learning disabilities and their families. BMJ Open, vol. 6: 12. Paper
Oulton, K., Sell, D., Kerry, S.and Gibson, F. (2015) Individualizing hospital care for children and young people with learning disabilities: it’s the little things that make the difference. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, vol. 30:1. Abstract
Oulton, K. and Heyman, B. (2009) Devoted Protection: How parents of children with severe learning disabilities manage risks. Health Risk and Society, vol. 11:4. Abstract
Tuffrey-Wijne, I., Giatras, N., Goulding, L., Abraham, E., Fenwick, L., Edwards, C., and Hollins, S. (2013) Identifying the factors affecting the implementation of strategies to promote a safer environment for patients with learning disabilities in NHS hospitals: a mixed-methods study. Health Services and Delivery Research, vol.13:1. Final Report
Oulton, K., Sell, D., Kerry, S. and Gibson, F. (2015) What do children and young people with learning disabilities want from hospital services? Presented at the British Academy of Childhood Disability and British Paediatric and Adolescent Bone Group Abstract
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