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Development, implementation and evaluation of an early warning system improvement programme for children in hospital: the PUMA mixed-methods study

Davina Allen Orcid Logo, Amy Lloyd Orcid Logo, Dawn Edwards Orcid Logo, Aimee Grant Orcid Logo, Kerenza Hood Orcid Logo, Chao Huang Orcid Logo, Jacqueline Hughes Orcid Logo, Nina Jacob Orcid Logo, David Lacy Orcid Logo, Yvonne Moriarty Orcid Logo, Alison Oliver Orcid Logo, Jennifer Preston Orcid Logo, Gerri Sefton Orcid Logo, Richard Skone Orcid Logo, Heather Strange Orcid Logo, Khadijeh Taiyari Orcid Logo, Emma Thomas-Jones Orcid Logo, Robert Trubey Orcid Logo, Lyvonne Tume Orcid Logo, Colin Powell Orcid Logo, Damian Roland Orcid Logo

Health and Social Care Delivery Research, Volume: 10, Issue: 1, Pages: 1 - 308

Swansea University Author: Aimee Grant Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.3310/chck4556

Abstract

Track-and-trigger tools do not improve detection of deterioration on their own, but assessing impacts of system-wide change was difficult due to low event rates for hard clinical outcomes.

Published in: Health and Social Care Delivery Research
ISSN: 2755-0060 2755-0079
Published: National Institute for Health Research 2022
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa59455
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Abstract: Track-and-trigger tools do not improve detection of deterioration on their own, but assessing impacts of system-wide change was difficult due to low event rates for hard clinical outcomes.
Item Description: This report should be referenced as follows:Allen D, Lloyd A, Edwards D, Grant A, Hood K, Huang C, et al. Development, implementationand evaluation of an early warning system improvement programme for children in hospital:the PUMA mixed-methods study. Health Soc Care Deliv Res 2022;10(1).
College: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences
Funders: HSDR 12/178/17
Issue: 1
Start Page: 1
End Page: 308