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Anderson, J. E., Ross, A., Back, J., Duncan, M., Snell, P., Walsh, K. and Jaye, P. (2016). Implementing resilience engineering for healthcare quality improvement using the CARE model: a feasibility study protocol. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. DOI: 10.1186/s40814-016-0103-x Download

Ross, A., Anderson, J.E., Kodate, N., Thompson, K., Cox, A. and Malik, R. (2014). Inpatient diabetes care: Complexity, resilience and quality of care. Cognition, Technology and Work, 16, 91-102. doi:10.1007/s10111-012-0247-2. Download: Inpatient Diabetes Care

Furniss, D., Back, J., Blandford, A., Hildebrandt, M., & Broberg, H. (2011). A resilience markers framework for small teams. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 96(1), 2–10. Download: Resilience Markers Framework

Back, J., Furniss, D., Hildebrandt, M., & Blandford, A. (2008). Resilience markers for safer systems and organisations. In Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security (pp. 99–112). Springer. Download: Resilience Markers



Ross AJ, Anderson JE (2014) Mobilizing resilience by monitoring the right things for the right people at the right time In Wears RL, Hollnagel E, Braithwaite J (Eds.) The Resilience of Everyday Clinical Work Ashgate, UK.


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Our primary goals are to develop, implement and test interventions to increase organisational resilience, and to disseminate new ideas about safety throughout the NHS. Our applied work focuses on learning from successful patient outcomes and not just from failures.