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19-Jan-2018Successful strategies in implementing a multidisciplinary team working in the care of patients with cancer: an overview and synthesis of the available literatureSoukup, T; Lamb, BW; Arora, S; Darzi, A; Sevdalis, N, et al
1-Mar-2019Informing the consent process for surgeons: A survey study of patient preferences, perceptions and risk tolerancePucher, P; Johnston, M; Archer, S; Whitby, J; Dawson, P, et al
1-Jul-2015Effectiveness of interventions to improve patient handover in surgery: a systematic reviewPucher, PH; Johnston, MJ; Aggarwal, R; Arora, S; Darzi, A, et al
6-Apr-2016Interprofessional Communication of Clinicians Using a Mobile Phone App: A Randomized Crossover Trial Using Simulated PatientsPatel, B; Johnston, M; Cookson, N; King, D; Arora, S, et al
1-Aug-2017Response to "RE: Escalation of Care in Surgery: A Systematic Risk Assessment to Prevent Avoidable Harm in Hospitalized Patients''Johnston, MJ; Arora, S; Darzi, A
5-Jul-2016Predictors of Treatment Decisions in Multidisciplinary Oncology Meetings: A Quantitative Observational StudySoukup, T; Lamb, BW; Sarkar, S; Arora, S; Shah, S, et al
27-May-2015Raising the Alarm: A Cross-Sectional Study Exploring the Factors Affecting Patients' Willingness to Escalate Care on Surgical WardsJohnston, MJ; Davis, RE; Arora, S; King, D; Reissis, Y, et al
20-Jun-2016The anatomy of clinical decision-making in multidisciplinary cancer meetings: a cross-sectional observational study of teams in a natural contextSoukup Ascencao, T; Petrides, VK; Lamb, BW; Sarkar, S; Arora, S, et al
1-Sep-2015The development and validation of a tool to assess the quality of information transfer (QUIT)Reissis, Y; Johnston, M; Arora, S; Pucher, P; Darzi, A
1-May-2015Escalation of care in surgery: a systematic risk assessment to prevent avoidable harm in hospitalized patientsJohnston, M; Arora, S; Anderson, O; King, D; Behar, N, et al