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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 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
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
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
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
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