Mark Sujan
Mark Sujan
Human Factors Everywhere Ltd.
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Digital health and care in pandemic times: impact of COVID-19
N Peek, M Sujan, P Scott
BMJ Health & Care Informatics 27 (1), 2020
An organisation without a memory: a qualitative study of hospital staff perceptions on reporting and organisational learning for patient safety
M Sujan
Reliability engineering & system safety 144, 45-52, 2015
Learning from incidents in health care: critique from a Safety-II perspective
MA Sujan, H Huang, J Braithwaite
Safety science 99, 115-121, 2017
Human factors challenges for the safe use of artificial intelligence in patient care
M Sujan, D Furniss, K Grundy, H Grundy, D Nelson, M Elliott, S White, ...
BMJ health & care informatics 26 (1), 2019
Should healthcare providers do safety cases? Lessons from a cross-industry review of safety case practices
MA Sujan, I Habli, TP Kelly, S Pozzi, CW Johnson
Safety science 84, 181-189, 2016
The role of dynamic trade-offs in creating safety—A qualitative study of handover across care boundaries in emergency care
M Sujan, P Spurgeon, M Cooke
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 141, 54-62, 2015
On the application of human reliability analysis in healthcare: opportunities and challenges
MA Sujan, D Embrey, H Huang
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 194, 106189, 2020
A novel tool for organisational learning and its impact on safety culture in a hospital dispensary
MA Sujan
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 101, 21-34, 2012
Patient safety in ambulance services: a scoping review
JD Fisher, K Freeman, A Clarke, P Spurgeon, MA Smyth, GD Perkins, ...
Health Services and Delivery Research 3 (21), 2015
Timely digital patient-clinician communication in specialist clinical services for young people: a mixed-methods study (the LYNC study)
F Griffiths, C Bryce, J Cave, M Dritsaki, J Fraser, K Hamilton, C Huxley, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 19 (4), e102, 2017
The problem with making Safety-II work in healthcare
MJ Verhagen, MS de Vos, M Sujan, JF Hamming
BMJ quality & safety 31 (5), 402-408, 2022
Managing competing organizational priorities in clinical handover across organizational boundaries
M Sujan, P Chessum, M Rudd, L Fitton, M Inada-Kim, M Cooke, ...
J Health Serv Res Policy 20 (1S), 17-25, 2015
Combining failure mode and functional resonance analyses in healthcare settings
MA Sujan, M Felici
Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security: 31st International Conferenceá…, 2012
Clinical handover within the emergency care pathway and the potential risks of clinical handover failure (ECHO): primary research
MA Sujan, P Spurgeon, M Inada-Kim, M Rudd, L Fitton, S Horniblow, ...
Health Services and Delivery Research 2 (5), 2014
Why is it so difficult to govern mobile apps in healthcare?
F Magrabi, I Habli, M Sujan, D Wong, H Thimbleby, M Baker, E Coiera
BMJ health & care informatics 26 (1), 2019
Emergency Care Handover (ECHO study) across care boundaries: the need for joint decision making and consideration of psychosocial history
MA Sujan, P Chessum, M Rudd, L Fitton, M Inada-Kim, P Spurgeon, ...
Emergency Medicine Journal 32 (2), 112-118, 2015
Translating tensions into safe practices through dynamic trade-offs: the secret second handover
MA Sujan, P Spurgeon, MW Cooke
Resilient Health Care, Volume 2, 41-52, 2017
Hassle in the dispensary: pilot study of a proactive risk monitoring tool for organisational learning based on narratives and staff perceptions
MA Sujan, C Ingram, T McConkey, S Cross, MW Cooke
BMJ quality & safety 20 (6), 549-556, 2011
How can health care organisations make and justify decisions about risk reduction? Lessons from a cross-industry review and a health care stakeholder consensus development process
MA Sujan, I Habli, TP Kelly, A GŘhnemann, S Pozzi, CW Johnson
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 161, 1-11, 2017
Organisational reporting and learning systems: Innovating inside and outside of the box
M Sujan, D Furniss
Clinical risk 21 (1), 7-12, 2015
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