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Mark Pearson

Reader in Implementation Science


Why do acute healthcare staff engage in unprofessional behaviours towards each other and how can these behaviours be reduced? A realist review protocol (2022)
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Maben, J., Aunger, J., Abrams, R., Pearson, M., Wright, J., Westbrook, J., …Jones, A. (2022). Why do acute healthcare staff engage in unprofessional behaviours towards each other and how can these behaviours be reduced? A realist review protocol. BMJ open, 12(7), Article e061771. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2022-061771

INTRODUCTION: Unprofessional behaviours encompass many behaviours including bullying, harassment and microaggressions. These behaviours between healthcare staff are problematic; they affect people's ability to work, to feel psychologically safe at wo... Read More about Why do acute healthcare staff engage in unprofessional behaviours towards each other and how can these behaviours be reduced? A realist review protocol.

Implementing the battery-operated hand-held fan as an evidence-based, non-pharmacological intervention for chronic breathlessness in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a qualitative study of the views of specialist respiratory clinicians (2022)
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Luckett, T., Roberts, M., Smith, T., Garcia, M., Dunn, S., Swan, F., …Johnson, M. J. (2022). Implementing the battery-operated hand-held fan as an evidence-based, non-pharmacological intervention for chronic breathlessness in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a qualitative study of the views of specialist respiratory clinicians. BMC Pulmonary Medicine, 22(1), Article 129. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12890-022-01925-z

INTRODUCTION: The battery-operated hand-held fan ('fan') is an inexpensive and portable non-pharmacological intervention for chronic breathlessness. Evidence from randomised controlled trials suggests the fan reduces breathlessness intensity and impr... Read More about Implementing the battery-operated hand-held fan as an evidence-based, non-pharmacological intervention for chronic breathlessness in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): a qualitative study of the views of specialist respiratory clinicians.

Towards codesign in respiratory care: development of an implementation-ready intervention to improve guideline-adherent adult asthma care across primary and secondary care settings (The SENTINEL Project) (2022)
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Crowther, L., Pearson, M., Cummings, H., & Crooks, M. G. (2022). Towards codesign in respiratory care: development of an implementation-ready intervention to improve guideline-adherent adult asthma care across primary and secondary care settings (The SENTINEL Project). BMJ Open Respiratory Research, 9(1), Article e001155. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjresp-2021-001155

Short-acting beta agonist (SABA) overuse (≥3 canisters annually) is associated with worse asthma outcomes and accounts for the majority of greenhouse gas emissions from asthma inhalers in England. Reducing SABA overuse aligns with the National Health... Read More about Towards codesign in respiratory care: development of an implementation-ready intervention to improve guideline-adherent adult asthma care across primary and secondary care settings (The SENTINEL Project).

Using and implementing individual-level outcome measures in palliative care settings: a reflective commentary (2021)
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Bradshaw, A., Pearson, M., & Murtagh, F. (2021). Using and implementing individual-level outcome measures in palliative care settings: a reflective commentary. Rivista italiana di cure palliative, 23(4), 197-204. https://doi.org/10.1726/3702.36924

Individual-level outcome measures are an important aspect of palliative care. They are tools that can drive high-quality, person-centred care through providing healthcare professionals and services with valuable information about the patients we see... Read More about Using and implementing individual-level outcome measures in palliative care settings: a reflective commentary.

Implementing person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) into routine palliative care: A protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation of the RESOLVE PCOM Implementation Strategy (2021)
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Bradshaw, A., Santarelli, M., Khamis, A. M., Sartain, K., Johnson, M., Boland, J., …Murtagh, F. E. (2021). Implementing person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) into routine palliative care: A protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation of the RESOLVE PCOM Implementation Strategy. BMJ open, 11(9), Article e051904. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2021-051904

Introduction Person-centred outcome measures improve quality of care and patient outcomes but are used inconsistently in palliative care practice. To address this implementation gap, we developed the 'RESOLVE Implementation Strategy'. This protocol d... Read More about Implementing person-centred outcome measures (PCOMs) into routine palliative care: A protocol for a mixed-methods process evaluation of the RESOLVE PCOM Implementation Strategy.

Clarifying realist analytic and interdisciplinary consensus processes in a complex health intervention: A worked example of Judgemental Rationality in action (2021)
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Rybczynska-Bunt, S., Weston, L., Byng, R., Stirzaker, A., Lennox, C., Pearson, M., …Quinn, C. (2021). Clarifying realist analytic and interdisciplinary consensus processes in a complex health intervention: A worked example of Judgemental Rationality in action. Evaluation, 27(4), 473-491. https://doi.org/10.1177/13563890211037699

Judgemental rationality is infrequently referenced within discussions of Realist Evaluations. Judgemental rationality refers to researchers’ capacity to assess which, potential, meanings provide the most credible explanations. In evaluation work, rat... Read More about Clarifying realist analytic and interdisciplinary consensus processes in a complex health intervention: A worked example of Judgemental Rationality in action.

Professionals’, patients’ and families’ views on the use of opioids for chronic breathlessness: A systematic review using the framework method and pillar process (2021)
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Reedy, F., Pearson, M., Greenley, S., Clark, J., Currow, D. C., Bajwah, S., …Johnson, M. J. (in press). Professionals’, patients’ and families’ views on the use of opioids for chronic breathlessness: A systematic review using the framework method and pillar process. Palliative medicine, https://doi.org/10.1177/02692163211032114

Background: In combination with non-pharmacological interventions, opioids may safely reduce chronic breathlessness in patients with severe illness. However, implementation in clinical practice varies. Aim: To synthesise the published literature rega... Read More about Professionals’, patients’ and families’ views on the use of opioids for chronic breathlessness: A systematic review using the framework method and pillar process.

Non-medical devices for chronic breathlessness: use, barriers and facilitators for patients, carers and clinicians - a scoping review (2021)
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Prihartadi, A. S., Impelliziere Licastro, G., Pearson, M., Johnson, M. J., Luckett, T., & Swan, F. (in press). Non-medical devices for chronic breathlessness: use, barriers and facilitators for patients, carers and clinicians - a scoping review. BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care, https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2021-002962

Background: Non-medical devices such as the handheld fan (fan), mobility aids (wheeled walkers with seats) and inspiratory muscle training (IMT) devices offer benefits for patient management of chronic breathlessness. We examined the published eviden... Read More about Non-medical devices for chronic breathlessness: use, barriers and facilitators for patients, carers and clinicians - a scoping review.

Feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of online supportive care for individuals living with and beyond lung cancer: a systematic review (2021)
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Curry, J., Patterson, M., Greenley, S., Pearson, M., & Forbes, C. (in press). Feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of online supportive care for individuals living with and beyond lung cancer: a systematic review. Supportive care in cancer : official journal of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00520-021-06274-x

Purpose: To examine the evidence of the feasibility, acceptability, and potential efficacy of online supportive care interventions for people living with and beyond lung cancer (LWBLC). Methods: Studies were identified through searches of Medline, EM... Read More about Feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of online supportive care for individuals living with and beyond lung cancer: a systematic review.