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Practical and Cultural Barriers to Reporting Incidents Among Health Workers in Indonesian Public Hospitals.

Inge Dhamanti, Sandra Leggat, Simon Barraclough,

Purpose:This study investigated the practical and cultural barriers of reporting patient safety incidents in three accredited public hospitals in East Java, Indonesia. Methods:This study employed a mixed methods approach using a convergent parallel design. We surveyed 1121 health workers and interviewed 27 managerial staff members from the sampled hospitals. A ... Read more >>

J Multidiscip Healthc (Journal of multidisciplinary healthcare)
[2020, 13:351-359]

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Comparison of Patient Safety Incident Reporting Systems in Taiwan, Malaysia, and Indonesia.

Inge Dhamanti, Sandra Leggat, Simon Barraclough, Hsun-Hsiang Liao, NorʼAishah Abu Bakar,

OBJECTIVES:Incident reporting is one of the tools used to improve patient safety that has been widely used in health facilities in many countries. Incident reporting systems provide functionality to collect, analyze, and disseminate lessons learned to the wider community, whether at the hospital or national level. The aim of this ... Read more >>

J Patient Saf (Journal of patient safety)
[2020, :]

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Patient Safety Incident Reporting In Indonesia: An Analysis Using World Health Organization Characteristics For Successful Reporting.

Inge Dhamanti, Sandra Leggat, Simon Barraclough, Benny Tjahjono,

Background:Incident reporting is widely acknowledged as one of the ways of improving patient safety and has been implemented in Indonesia for more than ten years. However, there was no significant increase in the number of reported incidents nationally. The study described in this paper aimed at assessing the extent to ... Read more >>

Risk Manag Healthc Policy (Risk management and healthcare policy)
[2019, 12:331-338]

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The Role of Governments in the Implementation of Patient Safety and Patient Safety Incident Reporting in Indonesia: A Qualitative Study.

Inge Dhamanti, Sandra G Leggat, Simon Barraclough,

(1) Background: A patient safety incident reporting system was introduced in Indonesian hospitals in 2006; however, under-reporting of patient safety incidents is evident. The government plays a vital role in the implementation of a national system. Therefore, this study focuses on how the Indonesian government has been undertaking its role ... Read more >>

Healthcare (Basel) (Healthcare (Basel, Switzerland))
[2019, 7(2):]

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Australia's Health Star Rating policy process: Lessons for global policy‐making in front‐of‐pack nutrition labelling

Medha Kumar, Deborah Gleeson, Simon Barraclough,

AIM: This study explored factors that shaped the development of Australia's Health Star Rating system for front‐of‐pack labelling (FoPL) on packaged foods and whether insights could be drawn from this experience to inform the development of global FoPL standards. METHODS: Ten individual semi‐structured interviews were conducted with public health or ... Read more >>

(Nutrition & dietetics.)
[2018, 75(2):193-199]

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Australia's Health Star Rating policy process: Lessons for global policy-making in front-of-pack nutrition labelling.

Medha Kumar, Deborah Gleeson, Simon Barraclough,

AIM:This study explored factors that shaped the development of Australia's Health Star Rating system for front-of-pack labelling (FoPL) on packaged foods and whether insights could be drawn from this experience to inform the development of global FoPL standards. METHODS:Ten individual semi-structured interviews were conducted with public health or consumer advocates, ... Read more >>

Nutr Diet (Nutrition & dietetics: the journal of the Dietitians Association of Australia)
[2018, 75(2):193-199]

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Tobacco and the Malays: ethnicity, health and the political economy of tobacco in Malaysia.

Simon Barraclough, Martha Morrow,

To identify the historical nexus between Malaysia's largest and politically dominant ethnic group and the political economy of tobacco, and to consider the implications of this connection for tobacco control.Primary and secondary documentary sources in both English and Malay were analysed to illuminate key events and decisions, and the discourse ... Read more >>

Ethn Health (Ethnicity & health)
[2017, 22(2):130-144]

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Why Packaging Is Commercially Vital for Tobacco Corporations.

Simon Barraclough, Deborah Gleeson,

This study analyses what British American Tobacco (BAT) and its 4 publicly listed Asian subsidiary companies have told their shareholders about the commercial value of tobacco packaging. The discourse on packaging in BAT annual reports was analyzed, revealing themes of modernization, rejuvenation, internationalism, heritage, innovation, value for money, and competitive ... Read more >>

Asia Pac J Public Health (Asia-Pacific journal of public health)
[2017, 29(2):132-139]

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A French naval surgeon's account of disease, treatments and hospitals in colonial Sydney, 1873.

Simon Barraclough, Arnaud Gallois,

Med J Aust (The Medical journal of Australia)
[2015, 203(2):114-116]

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Development and Validation of a Measure of Quality of Life for the Young Elderly in Sri Lanka.

Sudirikku Hennadige Padmal de Silva, Anura Rohan Jayasuriya, Lalini Chandika Rajapaksa, Ambepitiyawaduge Pubudu de Silva, Simon Barraclough,

Sri Lanka has one of the fastest aging populations in the world. Measurement of quality of life (QoL) in the elderly needs instruments developed that encompass the sociocultural settings. An instrument was developed to measure QoL in the young elderly in Sri Lanka (QLI-YES), using accepted methods to generate and ... Read more >>

Asia Pac J Public Health (Asia-Pacific journal of public health)
[2016, 28(1 Suppl):115S-125S]

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Medical students' perspectives on gender and smoking: a mixed methodology investigation in Karachi, Pakistan.

Syed Muhammad Mubeen, Martha Morrow, Simon Barraclough,

OBJECTIVE: To explore the gender dimensions on influences of tobacco uptake on medical students using both qualitative and quantitative methods. METHODS: A phased mixed-method study design was used with in-depth interviews followed by a survey questionnaire in a 'smoke-free' medical college campus in a private university of Karachi. Eight in-depth ... Read more >>

J Pak Med Assoc (JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association)
[2011, 61(8):773-778]

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Gender equity and tobacco control: bringing masculinity into focus.

Martha Morrow, Simon Barraclough,

Gender is a key but often overlooked--determinant of tobacco use, especially in Asia, where sex-linked differences in prevalence rates are very large. In this article we draw upon existing data to consider the implications of these patterns for gender equity and propose approaches to redress inequity through gender-sensitive tobacco control ... Read more >>

Glob Health Promot (Global health promotion)
[2010, 17(1 Suppl):21-28]

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The political economy of tobacco and poverty alleviation in Southeast Asia: contradictions in the role of the state.

Simon Barraclough, Martha Morrow,

Of the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), all but Indonesia have embraced the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and all endorse some form of tobacco control policy. Nevertheless, except for Brunei, all these states are, to varying degrees, complicit in investing in or promoting the tobacco ... Read more >>

Glob Health Promot (Global health promotion)
[2010, 17(1 Suppl):40-50]

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Health imperatives in foreign policy: the case of Malaysia.

Simon Barraclough, Kai-Lit Phua,

Malaysia's global, regional and bilateral international health relations are surveyed against the historical backdrop of the country's foreign policy. Malaysia has always participated in multilateral agencies, most notably the World Health Organization, as such agencies are part of the longstanding fabric of "good international citizenship". The threats of infectious diseases ... Read more >>

Bull World Health Organ (Bulletin of the World Health Organization)
[2007, 85(3):225-229]

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Smoking among future doctors in a "no-smoking" university campus in Karachi, Pakistan: issues of tobacco control.

Syed Muhammed Mubeen, Martha Morrow, Simon Barraclough,

OBJECTIVE: To determine the level of tobacco-related attitudes and practices among medical students who study in a designated 'No-Smoking University' in Pakistan's largest city, Karachi. It further highlighted some challenges for tobacco control at the university. METHODS: The study design adopted mixed methods. It commenced with an initial qualitative phase ... Read more >>

J Pak Med Assoc (JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association)
[2008, 58(5):248-253]

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A grim contradiction: the practice and consequences of corporate social responsibility by British American Tobacco in Malaysia.

Simon Barraclough, Martha Morrow,

In the wake of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, corporate social responsibility (CSR) is among the few remaining mechanisms for tobacco corporations publicly to promote their interests. Health advocates may be unaware of the scale, nature and implications of tobacco industry CSR. This investigation aimed to ... Read more >>

Soc Sci Med (Social science & medicine (1982))
[2008, 66(8):1784-1796]

Cited: 10 times

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Australia's international health relations in 2003.

Simon Barraclough,

A survey for the year 2003 of significant developments in Australia's official international health relations, and their domestic ramifications, is presented. The discussion is set within the broader context of Australian foreign policy. Sources include official documents, media reports and consultations with officers of the Department of Health and Ageing ... Read more >>

Aust New Zealand Health Policy (Australia and New Zealand health policy)
[2005, 2(1):3]

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Tobacco control and gender in south-east Asia. Part II: Singapore and Vietnam.

Martha Morrow, Simon Barraclough,

In the World Health Organization's Western Pacific Region, being born male is the single greatest risk marker for tobacco use. While the literature demonstrates that risks associated with tobacco use may vary according to sex, gender refers to the socially determined roles and responsibilities of men and women, who initiate, ... Read more >>

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2003, 18(4):373-380]

Cited: 35 times

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Tobacco control and gender in Southeast Asia. Part I: Malaysia and the Philippines.

Martha Morrow, Simon Barraclough,

In the World Health Organization's Western Pacific Region, being born male is the single greatest risk marker for tobacco use. While the literature demonstrates that risks associated with tobacco use may vary according to sex, gender refers to the socially determined roles and responsibilities of men and women, who initiate, ... Read more >>

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2003, 18(3):255-264]

Cited: 24 times

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