Bryony Dean Franklin
Bryony Dean Franklin
Professor of Medication Safety, UCL School of Pharmacy / Executive Lead Pharmacist Research, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Tru
Verified email at imperial.nhs.uk
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The impact of a closed-loop electronic prescribing and administration system on prescribing errors, administration errors and staff time: a before-and-after study
BD Franklin, K O’Grady, P Donyai, A Jacklin, N Barber
BMJ Quality & Safety 16 (4), 279-284, 2007
3272007
Care homes’ use of medicines study: prevalence, causes and potential harm of medication errors in care homes for older people
ND Barber, DP Alldred, DK Raynor, R Dickinson, S Garfield, B Jesson, ...
BMJ Quality & Safety 18 (5), 341-346, 2009
3002009
Incidence and nature of dosing errors in paediatric medications
ICK Wong, MA Ghaleb, BD Franklin, N Barber
Drug safety 27 (9), 661-670, 2004
2962004
Systematic review of medication errors in pediatric patients
MA Ghaleb, N Barber, BD Franklin, VWS Yeung, ZF Khaki, ICK Wong
Annals of Pharmacotherapy 40 (10), 1766-1776, 2006
2812006
The incidence and nature of prescribing and medication administration errors in paediatric inpatients
MA Ghaleb, N Barber, BD Franklin, ICK Wong
Archives of disease in childhood 95 (2), 113-118, 2010
2772010
The attitudes and beliefs of healthcare professionals on the causes and reporting of medication errors in a UK Intensive care unit
IS Sanghera, BD Franklin, S Dhillon
Anaesthesia 62 (1), 53-61, 2007
2462007
The frequency and potential causes of dispensing errors in a hospital pharmacy
A Beso, BD Franklin, N Barber
Pharmacy World and Science 27 (3), 182-190, 2005
2422005
Reducing prescribing error: competence, control, and culture
N Barber, M Rawlins, BD Franklin
BMJ Quality & Safety 12 (suppl 1), i29-i32, 2003
2392003
Is health care getting safer?
C Vincent, P Aylin, BD Franklin, A Holmes, S Iskander, A Jacklin, ...
Bmj 337, a2426, 2008
2212008
Behavior change strategies to influence antimicrobial prescribing in acute care: a systematic review
E Charani, R Edwards, N Sevdalis, B Alexandrou, E Sibley, D Mullett, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 53 (7), 651-662, 2011
1952011
The effects of electronic prescribing on the quality of prescribing
P Donyai, K O'Grady, A Jacklin, N Barber, BD Franklin
British journal of clinical pharmacology 65 (2), 230-237, 2008
1952008
Large scale organisational intervention to improve patient safety in four UK hospitals: mixed method evaluation
A Benning, M Ghaleb, A Suokas, M Dixon-Woods, J Dawson, N Barber, ...
Bmj 342, d195, 2011
1822011
The incidence of prescribing errors in hospital inpatients
BD Franklin, C Vincent, M Schachter, N Barber
Drug safety 28 (10), 891-900, 2005
1772005
Investigating the prevalence and causes of prescribing errors in general practice: the PRACtICe study
AA Avery, N Barber, M Ghaleb, B Dean Franklin, S Armstrong, S Crowe, ...
General Medical Council, 2012
1712012
Interventions to optimise prescribing in care homes: systematic review
M Loganathan, S Singh, BD Franklin, A Bottle, A Majeed
Age and ageing 40 (2), 150-162, 2011
1612011
Multiple component patient safety intervention in English hospitals: controlled evaluation of second phase
A Benning, M Dixon-Woods, U Nwulu, M Ghaleb, J Dawson, N Barber, ...
Bmj 342, d199, 2011
1532011
Prescribing errors in hospital inpatients: a three-centre study of their prevalence, types and causes
BD Franklin, M Reynolds, NA Shebl, S Burnett, A Jacklin
Postgraduate medical journal 87 (1033), 739-745, 2011
1412011
Appropriateness of use of medicines in elderly inpatients: qualitative study
A Spinewine, C Swine, S Dhillon, BD Franklin, PM Tulkens, L Wilmotte, ...
bmj 331 (7522), 935, 2005
1382005
An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation. Part 2. Study design
C Brown, T Hofer, A Johal, R Thomson, J Nicholl, BD Franklin, RJ Lilford
BMJ Quality & Safety 17 (3), 163-169, 2008
1282008
Failure mode and effects analysis outputs: are they valid?
NA Shebl, BD Franklin, N Barber
BMC health services research 12 (1), 1-10, 2012
1242012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20