One of my main research interests is Resilience Engineering, particularly applied to the field of healthcare and patient safety. Some papers looking at resilience, resilient health care, high reliability organisations and Safety-II are listed below.
- Sujan, M.A., 2017. High reliability organisations: making care safer through reliability and resilience. In Baillie, L. and Maxwell, E., Improving Healthcare - A Handbook for Practitioners. Routledge, pp101-114
- Sujan, M.A., Pozzi, S. and Valbonesi, C., 2016. Reporting and learning: from extraordinary to ordinary. Resilient Health Care, Volume 3: Reconciling Work-as-Imagined and Work-as-Done, p.103.
- Sujan, M.A., Huang, H. and Braithwaite, J., 2016. Learning from incidents in health care: critique from a Safety-II perspective. Safety Science.
- Sujan, M. What keeps patients safe? A Resilience Engineering perspective.
In Proc. HUMANIST 2016, Loughborough
- Sujan, M.A., Huang, H. and Braithwaite, J., 2016. Why do healthcare organisations struggle to learn from experience? A Safety-II perspective. In Proc. Healthcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety (HEPS) 2016, Toulouse
- Sujan, M., 2015. An organisation without a memory: a qualitative study of hospital staff perceptions on reporting and organisational learning for patient safety. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 144, pp.45-52.
- Sujan, M., Spurgeon, P. and Cooke, M., 2015. The role of dynamic trade-offs in creating safety—A qualitative study of handover across care boundaries in emergency care. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 141, pp.54-62.
- Sujan, M., Spurgeon, P. and Cooke, M., 2015. Translating tensions into safe practices through dynamic trade-offs: the secret second handover. Resilient health care, 2, pp.11-22.