Journal papers

Lyons I, Furniss D, Blandford A, Chumbley G, Iacovides I, Wei L, Cox A, Mayer A, Vos J, Galal-Edeen GH, Schnock KO, Dykes P, Bates D, Franklin BD. Errors and discrepancies in the administration of intravenous infusions: a mixed methods multihospital observational study. BMJ Qual Saf. 2018 Apr 7:bmjqs-2017.

Furniss D, Lyons I, Franklin BD, Mayer A, Chumbley G, Wei L, Cox AL, Vos J, Galal-Edeen G, Blandford A. Procedural and documentation variations in intravenous infusion administration: a mixed methods study of policy and practice across 16 hospital trusts in England. BMC health services research. 2018 Dec;18(1):270.

Fahmy, S., Garfield, S., Furniss, D., Blandford, A. & Franklin, B.D. (2018). A comparison of two methods of assessing the potential clinical importance of medication errors. Safety in Health.

Furniss, D., Iacovides, I., Lyons, I., Blandford, A. & Franklin, B. (2016). Patient and Public Involvement in Patient Safety Research: A workshop to review patient information, psychological risk, and to inform research. BMC Research Involvement and Engagement.

Blandford A, Furniss D, Lyons I, Chumbley G, Iacovides I, Wei L, Cox A, Mayer A, Schnock K, Bates DW, Dykes PC, Bell H, Dean Franklin B. (2016). Exploring the Current Landscape of Intravenous Infusion Practices and Errors (ECLIPSE): protocol for a mixed-methods observational study. BMJ open. 2016 Mar 1;6(3):e009777.


Furniss, D., Lyons, I., Blandford, A. & Franklin, B. (2017). Policy and practice mismatches: astudy of intravenous infusion administration procedural and documentation violations across 14hospitals in England. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice 2017; Supplement 1. Abstract for oral presentation at Health Services Research and Pharmacy Practice Conference 2017, Nottingham.

Furniss, D., Lyons, I., Dean Franklin, B. & Blandford, A. (forthcoming). Intravenous infusion practice as a complex cognitive system: Exploring layers of Distributed Cognition. To be presented at Human Factors in Complex Systems | 7 – 8 June 2016.


ECLIPSE builds on earlier and ongoing research in CHI+MED. Publications from the first phase of ECLIPSE will start appearing in 2017, and will be announced on the ECLIPSE blog; in the meantime, you are invited to view CHI+MED publications.CHI+MED logo