MEDLINE, Patient safety, Health care, Surgery and Medical emergency are his primary areas of study. His research in MEDLINE intersects with topics in Training, Adverse effect, Surgical procedures and Intensive care medicine. His Adverse effect research includes elements of Pediatrics, Emergency medicine and Medical record.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Knowledge management, Health services research, Patient participation, Severity of illness and Risk management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Nursing, Public relations, Systems analysis and Harm in addition to Health care. His research integrates issues of Teamwork, Alternative medicine, Acupuncture and Observational study in his study of Surgery.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Patient safety, Health care, Medical emergency, Nursing and MEDLINE. His study looks at the relationship between Patient safety and topics such as Adverse effect, which overlap with Emergency medicine. His Health care research incorporates themes from Quality, Operations management and Public relations.
His studies in Medical emergency integrate themes in fields like Resuscitation and Risk management. His Nursing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Teamwork and Qualitative research. His MEDLINE research includes themes of Surgery and Intensive care medicine.
His main research concerns Patient safety, Health care, Psychological intervention, Medical emergency and Harm. The concepts of his Patient safety study are interwoven with issues in MEDLINE, Nursing, Health services research, Adverse effect and Family medicine. His MEDLINE research integrates issues from Psychosocial and Vascular surgery.
His work deals with themes such as Quality, Quality management, Engineering ethics, Risk Control and Public relations, which intersect with Health care. Epidemiology is closely connected to Intensive care medicine in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Psychological intervention. Charles Vincent integrates Medical emergency and Incident report in his studies.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Patient safety, Health care, Psychological intervention, Family medicine and MEDLINE. His Patient safety study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Health services research, CINAHL, Medical emergency, Thematic analysis and Quality management. His work in the fields of Health professionals overlaps with other areas such as Technical skills.
His study in Psychological intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Logistic regression, Stratified sampling, Environmental health, Vaccination and Cohort. Charles Vincent combines subjects such as Polypharmacy, Emotional well-being, Patient Handoff and Quality assurance with his study of Family medicine. Charles Vincent works mostly in the field of MEDLINE, limiting it down to topics relating to Psychosocial and, in certain cases, Physical therapy and Meta-analysis.
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ADVERSE EVENTS IN BRITISH HOSPITALS: PRELIMINARY RETROSPECTIVE RECORD REVIEW
Charles Vincent;Graham Neale;Maria Woloshynowych.
Framework for analysing risk and safety in clinical medicine
Charles Vincent;Sally Taylor-Adams;Nicola Stanhope.
Why do people sue doctors? A study of patients and relatives taking legal action.
Charles Vincent;Magi Young;Angela Phillips.
The Lancet (1994)
Causes of prescribing errors in hospital inpatients: a prospective study
Bryony Dean;Mike Schachter;Charles Vincent;Nick Barber.
The Lancet (2002)
Understanding and responding to adverse events.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2003)
How to investigate and analyse clinical incidents: Clinical Risk Unit and Association of Litigation and Risk Management protocol
C Vincent;S Taylor-Adams;E J Chapman;D Hewett.
Patient safety: what about the patient?
C A Vincent;A Coulter.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2002)
Why do patients turn to complementary medicine? An empirical study.
Charles Vincent;Adrian Furnham.
British Journal of Clinical Psychology (1996)
Prescribing errors in hospital inpatients: their incidence and clinical significance
B Dean;M Schachter;C Vincent;N Barber.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2002)
Systems Approaches to Surgical Quality and Safety: From Concept to Measurement
Charles Vincent;Krishna Moorthy;Sudip K. Sarker;Avril Chang.
Annals of Surgery (2004)
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