See our collection below:
Albury, D, Begley, A, Corrigan, P, Harvey, S, McMahon, L. "After the light bulb": accelerating diffusion of innovation in the NHS. 2011.
Besancon, Rockey and van Zanten. Regulation of Health Professions: Disparate Worldwide Approaches are a Challenge to Harmonisation. World Medical Journal vol.58, Nr 4 September 2012.
Bilton D and Cayton H. Finding the right touch: extending the right-touch regulation approach to the accreditation of voluntary registers. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Volume 41, Number 1, 1 February 2013, pp14-23.
Bismark, MM, Spittal, MJ, Gurrin, LC, Ward, M, Studdert, DM. Identification of doctors at risk of recurrent complaints: a national study of healthcare complaints in Australia. Quality and Safety in Healthcare Published Online First: 10 April 2013.
Carthey, J, Walker, S, Deelchand, Vincent, C, Griffiths, WH. Breaking the rules: understanding non-compliance with policies and guidelines. BMJ 2011; 343:d5283.
Cole, AP, Block, L, Wu AW. On higher ground: ethical reasoning and its relationship with error disclosure. BMJ Quality and Safety 2013; 22; 580-585.
Correia, T. An open-system approach to medical professionalism: a controversy within the sociology of professions. Interface - Communicacao, Saude, Educacao, vol.15, julio-septiembre, 2011, pp779-791, Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho Brasil.
Detsky, AS & Berwick, DM. Teaching Physicians to Care Amid Chaos. Journal of the American Medical Association, March 2013 - Vol 309, No. 10.
Elkin, KJ, Spittal, MJ, Elkin, DJ, Studdert, DM. Doctors disciplined for professional misconduct in Australia and New Zealand, 2000-2009. MJA, Volume 194 Number 9, 2 May 2011.
Elkin, K, Spittal, MJ, Elkin, D, Studdert, DM. Removal of doctors from practice for professional misconduct in Australia and New Zealand. BMJ Quality and Safety 2012;21:1027-1033. (10.1136/bmjqs-2012-000941)
Etienne, J. The Impact of Regulatory Policy on Individual Behaviour: A Goal Framing Theory Approach. Centre for analysis of Risk and Regulation, Discussion paper no. 59, January 2010.
Fischer, M. Organizational Turbulence, Trouble and Trauma: Theorizing the Collapse of a Mental Health Setting. Organisation Studies 33(9) 1153-1173, 2012.
Fischer, M, & Ferlie E. Resisting Hybridisation between Modes of Clinical Risk Management: Contradiction, Contest and the Production of Intractable Conflict. Accounting, Organisations and Society, Volume 38, Issue 1, 2013, pp30-49.
Gallagher, A. Whistleblowing: what influences nurses on whether to report poor practice? Nursing Times 106(4), 2010, pp.22-25.
Huising, R & Silbey, SS. Governing the gap: Forging safe science through relational regulation. Regulation & Governance (2011) 5, 14-42.
Johnson, R & Botting, RM. Using Reason's Model of Organisational Accidents in Formalising Accident Reports. Cognition, Technology & Work (1999) 1:107-118.
Kuhlmann, E, Burau, V, Correia, T, Lewandowski, R, Lionis, C, Noordegraaf, M, Repullo, J. "A manager in the minds of doctors": a comparison of new modes of control in European hospitals
. BMC Health Services Research 2013, 13:246.
McGivern, G, Fischer, M, Ferlie, E, Exworthy,M. Statutory Regulation and the Future of Professional Practice in Psychotherapy and Counselling: Evidence from the Field . October 2009.
McGivern, G. & Fischer, M. Medical Regulation, spectacular transparency & the blame business.
Journal of Health Organisation and Management 26 (2010): 597-610.
McGivern, G. & Fischer, M. Reactivity and reactions to Regulatory Transparency in Medicine, Psychotherapy and Counselling. Social Science & Medicine, 74 (3) 286-96, 2012.
O'Connor, EO, Coates, HM, Yardley, I, Wu, AW. Disclosure of patient safety incidents: a comprehensive review. International Journal of Quality in Healthcare 2010 Vol. 22 No. 5, pp371-379.
Paeth, Scott R. The Responsibility to Lie and the Obligation to Report. Bonhoeffer's "What Does It Mean to Tell the Truth?" and the Ethics of Whistleblowing. Journal of Business Ethics (2013) 112:559-566.
Papadakis, MA, Hodgson, CS, Teherani, A, Kohatsu, ND. Unprofessional behaviour in medical school is associated with subsequent disciplinary action by a state medical board. Academic Medicine, 79 (2004), 244-249.
Papadakis, MA, Arnold, GK, Blank, LL, et al. Performance during internal medicine residency training and subsequent disciplinary actgion by state licensing boards. Annals of Internal Medicine, 148 (2008), 869-876.
Paterson, R. Can we mandate compassion? Hastings Centre Report 41, no.2 (2011): 20-23
Quick, O. Patient safety and the problem and potential of the law. Journal of Professional Negligence, Vol. 28. No 2, June 2012 pp78-99.
Reid, J & Bromiley, M. Clinical human factors: the need tospeak up to improve patient safety. Nursing Standard 26, 35, 35-40. 2012.
Roff, R & Dherwani, K. Development of inventory for polyprofessionalism lapses at the proto-professional stage of health professions education together with recommended responses. Medical Teacher, 2011; 33; 239-243.
Shojania, Kaveh G & Dixon-Woods, M. 'Bad apples': time to redefine as a type of systems problem? BMJ Quality and Safety Online First 6 June 2013 (10.1136/bmjqs-2013-002138).
Spendlove, Z. Regulatory Reform: Revalidation as professional crisis or critique and change opportunity for midwifery?British Journal of Midwifery, Vol.21, Iss.6, 06 Jun 2013, pp.417-421.
Spira, LF & Page, M. Regulation by disclosure: the case of internal control. July 2009.
Teherani, A, Hodgson, CS, Banach, M, Papadakis, MA. Domains of Unprofessional Behavior During Medical School Associated with Future Disciplinary Action by a State Medical Board. Academic Medicine, Vol. 80, No. 10. October 2005 Supplement.
Van Tol, J. Summary analysis of the risk-regulation reflex: entrenched beliefs and six possible avenues for solutions. 2011.
Waring, J, Dixon-Woods, M, Yeung, K. Modernising medical regulation: where are we now? Journal of Health Organisation and Management, Vol. 24, Iss: 6 pp. 540-555. 2010.
Warren, M. Mirror, mirror on the wall… which one of the healthcare team am I? Understanding healthcare practitioners’ professional identities and what role professional regulation plays, Sociology Lens, Wiley, 2018.