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The experiences of EMS providers taking part in a large randomised trial of airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest, and the impact on their views and practice. Results of a survey and telephone interviews (2020)
Journal Article
Kirby, K., Brandling, J., Robinson, M., Thomas, M., Voss, S., & Benger, J. (2020). The experiences of EMS providers taking part in a large randomised trial of airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest, and the impact on their views and practice. Results of a survey and telephone interviews. Resuscitation, 149, 1-9. https://doi.org/10.1016...suscitation.2020.01.034

© 2020 Aims: To explore EMS experiences of participating in a large trial of airway management during out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (AIRWAYS-2), specifically to explore: 1. Any changes in views and practice as a result of trial participation. 2. Exp... Read More about The experiences of EMS providers taking part in a large randomised trial of airway management during out of hospital cardiac arrest, and the impact on their views and practice. Results of a survey and telephone interviews.

A qualitative study on conveyance decision-making during emergency call outs to people with dementia: The HOMEWARD project (2020)
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Voss, S., Brandling, J., Pollard, K., Taylor, H., Black, S., Buswell, M., …Benger, J. (2020). A qualitative study on conveyance decision-making during emergency call outs to people with dementia: The HOMEWARD project. BMC Emergency Medicine, 20(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12873-020-0306-6

Background Paramedics are increasingly required to make complex decisions as to whether they should convey a patient to hospital or manage their condition at the scene. Dementia can be a significant barrier to the assessment process. However, to our... Read More about A qualitative study on conveyance decision-making during emergency call outs to people with dementia: The HOMEWARD project.

Taxonomy of the form and function of primary care services in or alongside emergency departments: Concepts paper (2019)
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Cooper, A., Edwards, M., Brandling, J., Carson-Stevens, A., Cooke, M., Davies, F., …Edwards, A. (2019). Taxonomy of the form and function of primary care services in or alongside emergency departments: Concepts paper. Emergency Medicine Journal, 36(10), 625-630. https://doi.org/10.1136/emermed-2018-208305

Primary care services in or alongside emergency departments look and function differently and are described using inconsistent terminology. Research to determine effectiveness of these models is hampered by outdated classification systems, limiting t... Read More about Taxonomy of the form and function of primary care services in or alongside emergency departments: Concepts paper.

General practitioners and emergency departments (GPED) - Efficient models of care: A mixed-methods study protocol (2018)
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Morton, K., Brandling, J., Benger, J., Gibson, A., & Voss, S. (2018). General practitioners and emergency departments (GPED) - Efficient models of care: A mixed-methods study protocol. BMJ Open, 8(10), e024012. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-024012

© Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2018. Re-use permitted under CC BY. Published by BMJ. Introduction Pressure continues to grow on emergency departments in the UK and throughout the world, with declining performance and adverse effects on patient ou... Read More about General practitioners and emergency departments (GPED) - Efficient models of care: A mixed-methods study protocol.

How do people with dementia use the ambulance service? A retrospective study in England: The HOMEWARD project (2018)
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Voss, S., Brandling, J., Taylor, H., Black, S., Buswell, M., Cheston, R., …Benger, J. R. (2018). How do people with dementia use the ambulance service? A retrospective study in England: The HOMEWARD project. BMJ Open, 8(7), e022549. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-022549

© Author(s) (or their employer(s)) 2018. Re-use permitted under CC BY. Published by BMJ. Objectives An increasing number of older people are calling ambulances and presenting to accident and emergency departments. The presence of comorbidities and de... Read More about How do people with dementia use the ambulance service? A retrospective study in England: The HOMEWARD project.

Carer and clinician perceptions of the use of emergency medical services by people with dementia: A qualitative study (2018)
Journal Article
Voss, S., Brandling, J., Black, S., Cheston, R., Cullum, S., Iliffe, S., …Benger, J. (2018). Carer and clinician perceptions of the use of emergency medical services by people with dementia: A qualitative study. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 20, 1-4. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423618000191

A growing number of older people are accessing emergency medical services (EMS), and many calls to EMS are made by, or on behalf of, people with dementia. Their needs are frequently complex, however EMS staff are often given minimal guidance on ensu... Read More about Carer and clinician perceptions of the use of emergency medical services by people with dementia: A qualitative study.

Emergency medical service provider decision-making in out of hospital cardiac arrest: An exploratory study (2017)
Journal Article
Benger, J., Kirby, K., Brandling, J., Black, S., & Voss, S. (2017). Emergency medical service provider decision-making in out of hospital cardiac arrest: An exploratory study. BMC Emergency Medicine, 17(1), https://doi.org/10.1186/s12873-017-0136-3

© 2017 The Author(s). Background: There are approximately 60,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) in the United Kingdom (UK) each year. Within the UK there are well-established clinical practice guidelines that define when resuscitation should... Read More about Emergency medical service provider decision-making in out of hospital cardiac arrest: An exploratory study.

Home or hospital for people with dementia and one or more other multimorbidities: What is the potential to reduce avoidable emergency admissions? the HOMEWARD Project Protocol (2017)
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Benger, J., Voss, S., Black, S., Brandling, J., Buswell, M., Cheston, R., …Taylor, H. (2017). Home or hospital for people with dementia and one or more other multimorbidities: What is the potential to reduce avoidable emergency admissions? the HOMEWARD Project Protocol. BMJ Open, 7(4), e016651. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-016651

© 2017 Published by the BMJ Publishing Group Limited. IntroductionOlder people with multimorbidities frequently access 999 ambulance services. When multimorbidities include dementia, the risk of ambulance use, accident and emergency (A&E) attendance... Read More about Home or hospital for people with dementia and one or more other multimorbidities: What is the potential to reduce avoidable emergency admissions? the HOMEWARD Project Protocol.

Young people's cultural discourses on alcohol: A Q methodological enquiry (2014)
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Brandling, J. L. Young people's cultural discourses on alcohol: A Q methodological enquiry. (Thesis). University of the West of England

Widespread alcohol use by young people in the UK is characterised problematically. Alcohol research has concentrated in three domains, the intra-personal, the inter-personal and the cultural, concentrating upon consumption frequency and quantity as w... Read More about Young people's cultural discourses on alcohol: A Q methodological enquiry.

Improving mental health care for older people within a general hospital in the UK (2009)
Journal Article
Harrison, A., & Brandling, J. (2009). Improving mental health care for older people within a general hospital in the UK. Nursing and Health Sciences, 11(3), 293-300. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1442-2018.2009.00462.x

This article describes a participatory action research study aimed at improving the care of older people with mental health needs who are cared for in an older people's unit of a general hospital in the UK. A multicollaborative and interpretivist act... Read More about Improving mental health care for older people within a general hospital in the UK.


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