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Implementing a system for the real-time risk assessment of patients considered for intensive care.

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Dahella SS. et al, (2020), BMC Med Inform Decis Mak, 20

Measuring sleep in the intensive care unit: Electroencephalogram, actigraphy, or questionnaire?

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Darbyshire JL. et al, (2020), Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 21, 22 - 27

Measuring Sleep in the Intensive Care Unit: A Critical Appraisal of the Use of Subjective Methods

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Jeffs EL. and Darbyshire JL., (2019), Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, 34, 751 - 760

Resilience and Motivation Following Intensive Care Unit Admission: Tools for Survivorship

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Ede J. et al, (2019), Nursing in Critical Care, 24, 253 - 255

Mapping sources of noise in an intensive care unit

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Darbyshire JL. et al, (2019), Anaesthesia, 74, 1018 - 1025

Medical educational theory in practice

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Greig PR. and Darbyshire JL., (2019), BJA Education, 19, 40 - 46

Using the experience-based co-design method to design a teaching package

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Darbyshire JL. et al, (2018), Medical Education, 52

Using patient narratives to design an intervention to reduce noise in the intensive care unit

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HINTON LE. and Darbyshire J., (2018), Journal of Health Design

Acoustic source localization with microphone arrays for remote noise monitoring in an Intensive Care Unit

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Müller-Trapet M. et al, (2018), Applied Acoustics, 139, 93 - 100

Using patient narratives to design an intervention to reduce noise in the intensive care unit

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Darbyshire J. and Hinton L., (2018), The Journal of Health Design, 109 - 112

‘The most useful exercise of medical school’: simulated death can be successfully incorporated into undergraduate simulation

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Greig PR. et al, (2018), BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 4, 99 - 100

Go/no-go decision in anaesthesia: wide variation in risk tolerance amongst anaesthetists

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Greig PR. et al, (2017), British Journal of Anaesthesia, 118, 740 - 746

Machine listening in combination with microphone arrays for noise source localization and identification

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Müller-Trapet M. et al, (2017), The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141, 3964 - 3964

Excessive noise in intensive care units Bad for staff and very bad for patients

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Darbyshire JL., (2016), BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 353

Excessive noise in intensive care units

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Darbyshire JL., (2016), BMJ (Online), 353

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