Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement
The Digital Innovation theme works with patients and the public to mutually inform and co-produce research for patient benefit.
Follow the link below to learn about some of the patient and public invovlement and engagement (PPIE) activities that the Digital Innovation theme have completed.
CARSs - Implementing Computer-Aided Risk Score systems for mortality and sepsis
Specifically, we have developed automated risk scores that provide clinicians with real time estimates of the patients’ risk of death and sepsis during their stay in hospital.
Micronarratives – Staff-reported micronarratives as a source of real-time soft intelligence on safety
Very Smart Cancer RATs – Developing and evaluating risk assessment tools
Safe Use of Medicines and Digital Innovations: Development of a case-finding tool
We are helping to develop and evaluate a tool that will identify patients at higher risk of experiencing an adverse event given the medications they use.
Evaluating the safety and patient impacts of an A.I. Command Centre in the NHS
As patient-safety specialists, will evaluate Bradford’s A.I. Command Centre’s influence on quality, safety and organisation of care.
Winter Pressures – Modelling patient flow
Theoretical and practical foundations of Patient Safety Informatics: A workshop series
Our objective is to provide a robust academic appraisal of the evidence base and subject-matter expertise to produce key position papers and research agenda papers that define the field of safety informatics and serve as a platform for future research and development.
Post-operative outcomes and resource use in cancer surgery
This study attempts to clarify the relationship between surgery timing, SARS-CoV-2 status, and cancer patient outcomes after surgery.
Patients as prompts: Promoting early diagnosis in primary care
Our tool hopes to support safety netting within a primary care consultation, particularly for vague symptoms that may be related to cancer.
Digital Incubator – Where we encourage the formation and development of research ideas