Bryony Dean Franklin
Professor Bryony Dean Franklin BPharm MSc PhD FRPharmS FFRPS is Director of the Centre for Medication Safety and Service Quality (CMSSQ), a joint research unit between Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and UCL School of Pharmacy, where she is Professor of Medication Safety. Bryony is also Chair of the Centre for Patient Safety at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and Associate Editor at the journals BMJ Quality and Safety and BMC Health Services Research.
The patient is the only person present at every stage of their treatment as they move between different healthcare settings, meaning that patient-held information could plug holes in our records and contribute to medicines safety.
Models of human error can be helpful in determining why errors have occurred in the past, where future vulnerabilities may lie, and how healthcare professionals might take action to make clinical practice safer.
Impact of electronic prescribing on patient safety in hospitals: implications for the UKSubscription
NHS hospitals in England are expected to be paperless by 2020, as set out in a comprehensive framework published by the National Information Board. The use of hospital electronic prescribing (EP) systems is therefore likely to increase rapidly in the near future. The aim of this review is to summarise the available evidence of the impact of inpatient EP on patient safety, with a focus on implications for the UK. MEDLINE and EMBASE were searched to identify systematic and narrative reviews pu
Enhancing patient care through researchSubscription