Imogen Lyons

Imogen Lyons
Research Associate
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+44 (0)20 3108 7059 (x57059)
Room: 2.06
UCLIC, University College London
66 - 72 Gower Street
London, WC1E 6EA
United Kingdom

My research interests include the safe and effective use of medicines in hospital and community settings, behaviour change, and patients' experiences of care. I am currently working on the ECLIPSE study, which seeks to understand practices and errors in intravenous medication administration, exploring how people and technology interact to enhance patient safety.

Research Publications

Imogen Lyons, Dominic Furniss, Ann Blandford, G Chumbley, I Iacovides, L Wei, Anna Cox, Anna Cox, A Mayer, Jolien Vos Errors and discrepancies in the administration of intravenous infusions: a mixed methods multihospital observational study 2018 BMJ Quality and Safety, Journal article
Dominic Furniss, Imogen Lyons, B Franklin, A Mayer, G Chumbley, L Wei, Anna Cox, Anna Cox, Jolien Vos, Galal Galal-Edeen Procedural and documentation variations in intravenous infusion administration: a mixed methods study of policy and practice across 16 hospital trusts in England 2018 BMC Health Services Research, Journal article
Imogen Lyons, Ann Blandford Safer healthcare at home: Detecting, correcting and learning from incidents involving infusion devices 2018 Applied Ergonomics, Journal article
Ann Blandford, Dominic Furniss, Imogen Lyons, G Chumbley, I Iacovides, L Wei, Anna Cox, A Mayer, K Schnock, DW Bates Exploring the Current Landscape of Intravenous Infusion Practices and Errors (ECLIPSE): protocol for a mixed-methods observational study 2016 BMJ Open, Journal article
Dominic Furniss, I Iacovides, Imogen Lyons, Ann Blandford, BD Franklin Patient and public involvement in patient safety research: a workshop to review patient information, minimise psychological risk and inform research 2016 Research Involvement and Engagement, Journal article
Imogen Lyons, N Barber, DK Raynor, L Wei The Medicines Advice Service Evaluation (MASE): a randomised controlled trial of a pharmacist-led telephone based intervention designed to improve medication adherence. 2016 BMJ quality & safety, Journal article
D O'Donnell, MP Treacy, G Fealy, Imogen Lyons, A Lafferty The Case Management Approach to Protecting Older People from Abuse and Mistreatment: Lessons from the Irish Experience 2015 British Journal of Social Work, Journal article
Dominic Furniss, N Barber, Imogen Lyons, L Eliasson, Ann Blandford Unintentional non-Adherence: Can a spoon full of resilience help the medicine go down? 2014 BMJ QUALITY & SAFETY, Journal article
C Naughton, J Drennan, Imogen Lyons, A Lafferty The relationship between older people's awareness of the term elder abuse and actual experiences of elder abuse 2013 International Psychogeriatrics, Journal article
C Naughton, E McGrath, J Drennan, F Johnson, Imogen Lyons, P Treacy, G Fealy, M Butler The profile and follow-up of patients who attend the Emergency Department following a fall 2012 International Emergency Nursing, Journal article
GM Fealy, M Treacy, J Drennan, C Naughton, M Butler, Imogen Lyons A profile of older emergency department attendees: findings from an Irish study 2012 Journal of Advanced Nursing, Journal article
C Naughton, J Drennan, Imogen Lyons, A Lafferty, M Treacy, A Phelan, A O'Loughlin, L Delaney Elder abuse and neglect in Ireland: results from a national prevalence survey 2012 Age and Ageing, Journal article
M McCreaddie, Imogen Lyons, D Horsburgh, M Miller, J Frew The Isolating and Insulating Effects of Hepatitis C A Substantive Grounded Theory 2011 Gastroenterology Nursing, Journal article
M McCreaddie, Imogen Lyons, D Watt, E Ewing, J Croft, M Smith, J Tocher Routines and rituals: a grounded theory of the pain management of drug users in acute care settings 2010 Journal of Clinical Nursing, Journal article
Imogen Lyons, R Paterson Experiences of older people in emergency care settings 2009 Emergency Nurse, Journal article