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Dr Jason Scott

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Jason is a Senior Lecturer in Public Health and a Chartered Psychologist (CPsychol) whose research focuses on quality improvement and patient safety in health and social care. His primary research interests are understanding the role that patients can play in their own healthcare (which also encompasses how patients interact with, come to understand and ultimately experience care), and the disposition of care as it spans organisational and cultural boundaries, including health and social care. 

Campus Address

C115
Coach Lane Campus West


Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Peripheral arterial disease diagnosis and management in primary care, Lecouturier, J., Scott, J., Rousseau, N., Stansby, G., Sims, A., Allen, J. 21 Aug 2019, In: BJGP Open
  • Implementing a survey for patients to provide safety experience feedback following a care transition, Scott, J., Heavey, E., Waring, J., De Brún, A., Dawson, P. 1 Aug 2019, In: BMC Health Services Research
  • Content Analysis of Patient Safety Incident Reports for Older Adult Patient Transfers, Handovers and Discharges, Scott, J., Dawson, P., Heavey, E., De Brún, A., Buttery, A., Waring, J., Flynn, D. 31 Jul 2019, In: Journal of Patient Safety
  • Patients’ Conceptualizations of Responsibility for Healthcare, Heavey, E., Waring, J., De Brún, A., Dawson, P., Scott, J. 1 Jun 2019, In: Journal of Health and Social Behavior
  • Patient experiences of safety in care transitions, Scott, J. 15 Sep 2017, Researching Quality in Care Transitions, Springer
  • Pre-hospital transitions and emergency care, Scott, J., Flynn, D., Chan, K., Sujan, M. 15 Sep 2017, Researching Quality in Care Transitions, Springer
  • Integrating safety concepts in health and social care, Scott, J., Birks, Y., Aspinal, F., Waring, J. 1 Apr 2017, In: Journal of Integrated Care
  • PReSaFe: A model of barriers and facilitators to patients providing feedback on experiences of safety, De Brún, A., Heavey, E., Waring, J., Dawson, P., Scott, J. 16 Nov 2016, In: Health Expectations
  • Healthcare professional and patient codesign and validation of a mechanism for service users to feedback patient safety experiences following a care transfer: a qualitative study, Scott, J., Heavey, E., Waring, J., Jones, D., Dawson, P. 12 Jul 2016, In: BMJ Open
  • Involuntary relocation and safe transfer of care home residents: a model of risks and opportunities in residents' experiences, Leyland, A., Scott, J., Dawson, P. Feb 2016, In: Ageing and Society


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