Rebecca Randell
Rebecca Randell
Associate Professor in Applied Health Research
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Dashboards for improving patient care: review of the literature
D Dowding, R Randell, P Gardner, G Fitzpatrick, P Dykes, J Favela, ...
International journal of medical informatics 84 (2), 87-100, 2015
Effects of computerized decision support systems on nursing performance and patient outcomes: a systematic review
R Randell, N Mitchell, D Dowding, N Cullum, C Thompson
Journal of health services research & policy 12 (4), 242-251, 2007
Nurses’ use of computerised clinical decision support systems: a case site analysis
D Dowding, N Mitchell, R Randell, R Foster, V Lattimer, C Thompson
Journal of clinical nursing 18 (8), 1159-1167, 2009
Building a context sensitive telephone: some hopes and pitfalls for context sensitive computing
B Brown, R Randell
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 13 (3-4), 329-345, 2004
Strengths and limitations of early warning scores: a systematic review and narrative synthesis
CL Downey, W Tahir, R Randell, JM Brown, DG Jayne
International journal of nursing studies 76, 106-119, 2017
The diagnostic concordance of whole slide imaging and light microscopy: a systematic review
E Goacher, R Randell, B Williams, D Treanor
Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine 141 (1), 151-161, 2017
The importance of the verbal shift handover report: a multi-site case study
R Randell, S Wilson, P Woodward
International journal of medical informatics 80 (11), 803-812, 2011
Organisational influences on nurses’ use of clinical decision support systems
R Randell, D Dowding
International journal of medical informatics 79 (6), 412-421, 2010
Beyond handover: supporting awareness for continuous coverage
R Randell, S Wilson, P Woodward, J Galliers
Cognition, Technology & Work 12 (4), 271-283, 2010
From pull to push: understanding nurses' information needs
R Randell, N Mitchell, C Thompson, D McCaughan, D Dowding
Health Informatics Journal 15 (2), 75-85, 2009
Virtual reality microscope versus conventional microscope regarding time to diagnosis: an experimental study
R Randell, RA Ruddle, C Mello‐Thoms, RG Thomas, P Quirke, D Treanor
Histopathology 62 (2), 351-358, 2013
Integration of robotic surgery into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration, and decision making: a realist process evaluation protocol
R Randell, J Greenhalgh, J Hindmarsh, D Dowding, D Jayne, A Pearman, ...
Implementation Science 9 (1), 52, 2014
User customisation of medical devices: the reality and the possibilities
R Randell
Cognition, Technology & Work 5 (3), 163-170, 2003
Fieldwork for healthcare: guidance for investigating human factors in computing systems
D Furniss, R Randell, AA O’Kane, S Taneva, H Mentis, A Blandford
Synthesis Lectures on Assistive, Rehabilitative, and Health-Preserving …, 2014
Medicine and aviation: a review of the comparison
R Randell
Methods of information in medicine 42 (04), 433-436, 2003
Supporting nurse decision making in primary care: exploring use of and attitude to decision tools
R Randell, N Mitchell, C Thompson, D McCaughan, D Dowding
Health Informatics Journal 15 (1), 5-16, 2009
Diagnosis of major cancer resection specimens with virtual slides: impact of a novel digital pathology workstation
R Randell, RA Ruddle, RG Thomas, C Mello-Thoms, D Treanor
Human pathology 45 (10), 2101-2106, 2014
A national survey of computerized decision support systems available to nurses in England
N Mitchell, R Randell, R Foster, D Dowding, V Lattimer, C Thompson, ...
Journal of Nursing Management 17 (7), 772-780, 2009
Strategies for conducting situated studies of technology use in hospitals
A Blandford, E Berndt, K Catchpole, D Furniss, A Mayer, H Mentis, ...
Cognition, Technology & Work 17 (4), 489-502, 2015
Effect of display resolution on time to diagnosis with virtual pathology slides in a systematic search task
R Randell, T Ambepitiya, C Mello-Thoms, RA Ruddle, D Brettle, ...
Journal of digital imaging 28 (1), 68-76, 2015
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