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Pagel C, Smith D, Gallivan S, Utley M (2009)
Application of a branch and bound algorithm to a stochastic pharamacokinetic model
In: Lubicz,M.ed., Operational Research Applied to Health Services in Action; pp:255-262
McCulloch P, Altman D G, Campbell W B , Flum D R , Glasziou P, Marshall J C , Nicholl J, for the Balliol Collaboration (2009)
No Surgical innovation without evaluation: the IDEAL recommendations
The Lancet, 374(9695): 1105-1112
Ergina P L, Cook J A, Blazeby J M, Boutron I, Clavien P A, Reeves B C , Seiler C M, for the Balliol Collaboration (2009)
Challenges in evaluating surgical innovation
The Lancet, 374(9695): 1097-1104
Barkun J S, Aronson J K, Feldman L S, Maddern G J, Strasberg S M, for the Balliol Collaboration (2009)
Evaluation and stages of surgical innovations
The Lancet, 374(9695): 1089-96
Vasilakis C, Wilson APR, Fiorentino F, Utley M (2009)
Does patient-specific risk adjustment lead to different conclusions on the occurrence of surgical wound infections?
Journal of Hospital Infection 72(1):179-181
Gallivan S, Pagel C, Utley M, Dean Franklin B, Taxis K, Barber N (2008)
A technical note concerning non-adherence to drug therapy: exact expressions for the mean and variance of drug concentration.
Health Care Management Science. 11: 296-301.
Gallivan S, Taxis K, Dean Franklin B, Barber N (2008)
Is the principle of a stable heinrich ratio a myth? a multimethod analysis.
Drug Safety. 31(8): 637-642.
Smith D, Pagel C, Utley M, Gallivan S (2008)
Quantifying the impact of non-adherence to drug therapy: a technical note concerning an application of a branch and bound algorithm.
Health Care Management Science. 11: 302-305.
Cooper H, Findlay G, Martin IC, Mason DG, Mason M, Utley M (2008)
Death following a first time, isolated coronary artery bypass graft
The heart of the matter
A report of the National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome and Death
Dean Franklin, B, O'Grady, K, Paschalides, C, Utley, M, Gallivan, S, Jacklin, A, Barber, N.
Providing the feedback to hospital doctors about prescribing errors.
Pharmacy World and Science. 29(3): 213-220.
Sherlaw-Johnson C, Wilson P, Gallivan S. (2007)
The development and use of tools for monitoring the occurrence of surgical wound infections.
Journal of Operational Research Society. 58: 228-234.
Sherlaw-Johnson C, Wilson APR, Keogh B, Gallivan S. (2007)
Monitoring the occurrence of wound infections after cardiac surgery.
The Journal of Hospital Infection. 65(4): 307-313.
Sherlaw-Johnson C, Wilson APR, Keogh B, Gallivan S. (2006)
A risk score and associated graphical tools for monitoring the occurrence of surgical wound infections after cardiac surgery.
Journal of Hospital Infection. 64 (suppl.1): S6.
Wilson APR, Hodgson B, Liu M, Plummer D, Taylor I, Roberts J, Jit M, Sherlaw-Johnson C. (2006)
Reduction in wound infection rates by wound surveillance with postdischarge follow-up and feedback.
British Journal of Surgery. 93: 630-638.
Catchpole KR, Giddings AE, de Leval M, Peek GJ, Godden PJ, Utley M, Gallivan S, Hirst G, Dale T. (2006)
Identification of systems failures in successful paediatric cardiac surgery.
Dean BS, Barber ND, Van Ackere A, Gallivan S. (2001)
Can simulation be used to reduce errors in health care delivery? The hospital drug distribution system.
Journal of Health Service Research Policy. 6: 32-37.
Dean BS, van Ackere A, Gallivan S, Barber N. (1999)
When should pharmacist visit their wards? An application of simulation to planning hospital pharmacy services
Health Care Management Science 2:35-42
Dean BS, Barber N, van Ackere A, Gallivan S. (1998)
The development of simulation model of the hospital drug distribution system
Health Services Research & Pharmacy Practice Cardiff
ISBN: 1 861982873X
Dean BS, Gallivan S, Barber ND, van Ackere A. (1997)
Mathematical modelling of pharmacy systems
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy 54: 2491-2499