Twitter | Search | |
Mary Dixon-Woods
Director FAcSS FMedSci FRCP (Hon) FRCGP (Hon). Research healthcare quality & safety. Views: Own
24,565
Tweets
490
Following
10,179
Followers
Tweets
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Urmimala Sarkar, MD, MPH 7h
when I told her making a or having a patient experience an adverse outcome is associated with , she was surprised to hear she's not alone. here's our study Natalie Rivadeneira 3/x
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Prof Jackie Cassell 21h
is fromFrench "couvre-feu"- the 8pm bell ordering households to put out their fire, so it couldn't burn the village.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
THIS Institute 17h
Replying to @THIS_Institute
Our new framework describes features of safety in maternity units. It was built collaboratively and grounded in data: over 400 hours of observations across 6 maternity units, a focus group and 65 interviews with women & staff [5/5]
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods 14h
Delighted to have you involved, Mandy - and so glad it is useful.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
NIHR Research 16h
We’ve launched a six-week survey on our open access policy – we want to find out your experiences of, and views on, open access publishing.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods 16h
Thread on our new paper on features of safety in maternity units.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods 16h
Thanks very much Louella! I think most of the principles are universal but further work may be needed to figure out applicability in different sized units and to optimise implementation more generally.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
PROMPT Maternity Sep 28
PROMPT is delighted to confirm the release of our new virtual PROMPT online package.We are truly excited as we are now in a position to offer the package to any maternity unit for free! Has your maternity unit applied for yours?
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
THIS Institute Sep 28
Reducing avoidable harm in maternity care is vital. THIS new study takes a fresh, positive perspective to understanding what good looks like for safety in maternity units. THIS summary: Full article:
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
David Vaughan Sep 28
Based on maternity units safety, but likely a good framework with which to consider safety (or lack of) in other settings. via
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Dr. Tom Frieden Sep 28
Perspective: Covid has now killed far more people around the world than any other single infectious disease this year.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods Sep 28
thank you so much, Martin. Praise from Caesar....
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Martin Bromiley Sep 28
I can’t recommend this highly enough. Culture, behaviours and processes identified clearly. An achievable gold standard. ⁦
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Health Data Research UK Sep 28
From testing treatments to tracking how coronavirus has spread across the UK, discover what we’ve learned about COVID-19 from health data research so far:
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Charlotte_Paddison Sep 28
If you are interested in making care safer, excellent new publication here from team. Very clear summary of key messages - this is what safe maternity care looks like:
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods Sep 28
thank you Charlotte!
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Paul Glasziou Sep 27
Dear Systematic Reviewers - please can you do this survey on automation tools?
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
Nicholas A. Christakis Sep 27
These men were geniuses.
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods retweeted
The Health Foundation Sep 27
Our will be guided and informed by an expert advisory panel including , , Robin McAlpine and Vanessa Pinfold. Learn more and sign up for updates about the inquiry, launching next month:
Reply Retweet Like
Mary Dixon-Woods Sep 27
thank you Audrey: that means a lot. is amazing.
Reply Retweet Like