Journals:

Burgess, N., Currie, G., Crump, B., Richmond, J., & Johnson, M. (2019). Improving together: collaboration needs to start with regulators. British Medical Journal.

Currie, G., Richmond, J., Faulconbridge, J.,Gabbioneta, C., & Muzio, D. (2019). Professional Misconduct in Healthcare: Setting out a Research Agenda for Work Sociology. Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 33(1), pp. 149-161.

Books & Reports:

Burgess, N., & Richmond, J. (2019). End of First Year Report, Evaluation of NHS Partnership with Virginia Mason Institute. Funded by The Health Foundation.

Richmond J. (2018) Unlearning and Patient Safety. In: McDermott A., Kitchener M., Exworthy M. (eds) Managing Improvement in Healthcare. Organizational Behaviour in Health Care Vol.8. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Thesis:

Richmond J. (2018). Patient safety and employee voice: the role of second victims in overcoming the hierarchical challenge. PhD thesis. University of Warwick, Coventry, UK

Work in Progress:

Richmond, J., Currie, G., & Burgess, N. When Caring Leads to Voice: The role of compassion following organizational failure. Submitted for second round at Human Relations.

 

Richmond, J., Burgess, N., & Kiefer, T. Managing the Psychological Contract: the role of explicit obligations to support a transformative change partnership. Manuscript in development. Target: Human Relations.

 

Richmond, J., Currie, G., Burgess, N. Moving from externalized accountability to internalized responsibility following organizational failure: The effect of affect upon organizational improvement. Preparing second round submission at Organization Studies Journal

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Rowe, E., Burgess, N., White, L., & Richmond, J. The role of knowledge sharing social networks in relation to improvement and improvement methods. Manuscript in development. Target: Public Administration Review.