N Barber
N Barber
Emeritus Professor of Pharmacy, UCL School of Pharmacy, London
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Appropriate prescribing in elderly people: how well can it be measured and optimised?
A Spinewine, KE Schmader, N Barber, C Hughes, KL Lapane, C Swine, ...
The Lancet 370 (9582), 173-184, 2007
9252007
Causes of prescribing errors in hospital inpatients: a prospective study
B Dean, M Schachter, C Vincent, N Barber
The Lancet 359 (9315), 1373-1378, 2002
6962002
Patients' unvoiced agendas in general practice consultations: qualitative study
CA Barry, CP Bradley, N Britten, FA Stevenson, N Barber
Bmj 320 (7244), 1246-1250, 2000
6522000
Misunderstandings in prescribing decisions in general practice: qualitative study
N Britten, FA Stevenson, CA Barry, N Barber, CP Bradley
Bmj 320 (7233), 484-488, 2000
5682000
Misunderstandings in prescribing decisions in general practice: qualitative study
N Britten, FA Stevenson, CA Barry, N Barber, CP Bradley
Bmj 320 (7233), 484-488, 2000
5682000
Giving voice to the lifeworld. More humane, more effective medical care? A qualitative study of doctor–patient communication in general practice
CA Barry, FA Stevenson, N Britten, N Barber, CP Bradley
Social science & medicine 53 (4), 487-505, 2001
5152001
Prescribing errors in hospital inpatients: their incidence and clinical significance
B Dean, M Schachter, C Vincent, N Barber
Qual Saf Health Care 11 (4), 340-344, 2002
4742002
Doctor–patient communication about drugs: the evidence for shared decision making
FA Stevenson, CA Barry, N Britten, N Barber, CP Bradley
Social science & medicine 50 (6), 829-840, 2000
4672000
Ethnographic study of incidence and severity of intravenous drug errors
K Taxis, N Barber
Bmj 326 (7391), 684, 2003
4502003
What is a prescribing error?
B Dean, N Barber, M Schachter
BMJ Quality & Safety 9 (4), 232-237, 2000
4192000
Using reflexivity to optimize teamwork in qualitative research
CA Barry, N Britten, N Barber, C Bradley, F Stevenson
Qualitative health research 9 (1), 26-44, 1999
3921999
Concordance, adherence and compliance in medicine taking
R Horne, J Weinman, N Barber, R Elliott, M Morgan, A Cribb, I Kellar
London: NCCSDO 2005, 40-6, 2005
3672005
Understanding different beliefs held by adherers, unintentional nonadherers, and intentional nonadherers: application of the necessity–concerns framework
S Clifford, N Barber, R Horne
Journal of psychosomatic research 64 (1), 41-46, 2008
3162008
Patients’ problems with new medication for chronic conditions
N Barber, J Parsons, S Clifford, R Darracott, R Horne
BMJ Quality & Safety 13 (3), 172-175, 2004
3022004
Causes of intravenous medication errors: an ethnographic study
K Taxis, N Barber
BMJ Quality & Safety 12 (5), 343-347, 2003
2762003
The impact of a closed-loop electronic prescribing and administration system on prescribing errors, administration errors and staff time: a before-and-after study
BD Franklin, K O’grady, P Donyai, A Jacklin, N Barber
BMJ Quality & Safety 16 (4), 279-284, 2007
2632007
Incidence and nature of dosing errors in paediatric medications
ICK Wong, MA Ghaleb, BD Franklin, N Barber
Drug safety 27 (9), 661-670, 2004
2512004
What constitutes good prescribing?
N Barber
Bmj 310 (6984), 923-925, 1995
2331995
Systematic review of medication errors in pediatric patients
MA Ghaleb, N Barber, BD Franklin, VWS Yeung, ZF Khaki, ICK Wong
Annals of Pharmacotherapy 40 (10), 1766-1776, 2006
2282006
The incidence and nature of prescribing and medication administration errors in paediatric inpatients
MA Ghaleb, N Barber, BD Franklin, ICK Wong
Archives of disease in childhood 95 (2), 113-118, 2010
2172010
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