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I am a Professor in Healthcare Practice and Research working jointly with Central London Community Health Care Trust and LSBU.

My role is to develop research capacity and research networks across higher education, the NHS and industry. For example we have recently been promoting health tech opportunities such as the REACT Innovations centre by helping to bring together clinical NHS colleagues, applied health services researchers and engineers in the University. (https://www.lsbu.ac.uk/research/centres-groups/react-innovation-centre)

I have experience of designing, conducting and publishing economic evaluations alongside clinical trials in the areas of AI, cardiology, arthritis, stroke, peer support, esophageal reflux, advance directives and the care of older persons. I have also used Willingness To Pay methodology (Cost Benefit Analysis), and managed Cost-of-Illness studies.

I have led on patient safety research around medication side effects, as well as studies measuring attitudes towards suicide and the measurement of mental health related utility using health economic tools such as the Standard Gamble and the Time Trade Off to inform Cost Utility Analyses. I have experience in survey design and with co-investigators have measured staff and public knowledge around self-management in diabetes care.

I started my career in the NHS 35 years ago, first as a General Nurse and then as a Mental Health Nurse. Since then I have had experience working across local authorities, the NHS, with Universities and at National level managing the Research and Evaluation team at the National Patient Safety Agency.

Current research includes leading the design and analysis of an Economic Evaluation of a Nuffield Foundation funded study exploring Transformative Justice and community cohesion approaches for women with convictions.

Recently (2023) with other colleagues from The University of Western Sydney, the Institute of Health Visiting and Central London Community Health we have won an Academy of Medical Sciences networking grant. This grant will facilitate international collaboration between partner organisations conducting research and influencing international policy supporting positive interventions in early childhood.

I provide economic evaluation support and advice on health economic design for the NIHR funded Public Health Intervention Responsive Studies Team at LSBU.

Working jointly between the Trust and the University I have also supported the development of new modules around Homeless Health, Acute Assessment in the Community and Population Health modules to tackle health inequalities.

Since 2021 I have been a Non-executive director for London Cyrenians Housing, A specialist housing provider for people with Mental Health, Learning Disabilities and other vulnerable populations.

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Mrs Denise Alexandrina HarveyDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Mrs Rita Chineze MelifonwuDoctoral Research ProjectPhD
Ms Renee FrancisDoctoral Research ProjectDProf
Post graduate certificate in education. Academic Practice.

City, University of London

2017
2017
Technology enabled academic practice. Academic Practice

City, University of London

2016
2016
PhD Doctor of Philosophy in Mental Health.

City, University of London

2008
2012
MSc Economic Evaluation and Quantitative Methods in Health Care

City, University of London

2000
2002
BSc Mental Health Nursing

Middlesex University

1998
1999
RN (MH) Mental Health Nursing

Kings College London

1993
1994
RGN General Nursing

Charing Cross School of Nursing

1989
1992
Applied Methods of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis

Oxford University

2022
2022
Associate Professor in Mental Health and Learning Disabilities.
London South Bank University

Teaching and research

2019
2021
Education
Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
City University of London

Teaching and research

2010
2019
Education
Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
City University of London

Teaching and research

2006
2010
Education
FunderYear wonProjectRole
Burdett Trust for Nursing2024Knowledge and Perception of Stroke Risk FactorsCo-Investigator
Central London Community Healthcare2022Hospital at Home Evaluation Principal Investigator
Innovate UK 2021X-Pert Health - UK Scaleup programme Principal Investigator
University of Brighton2021HSC_Project Vigilant evaluation support_University of BrightonCo-Investigator
Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC)2021AI Award TSET Round Two_UltromicsCo-Investigator
Youth Endowment Fund2021HSC_Evaluation Panel EOI_Youth Endowment FundCo-Investigator
Surrey County Council2021HSC_IDVA Evaluation_Surrey County CouncilCo-Investigator
NHS England2021HSC_AI Lab Award Evaluation_NHSXCo-Investigator
Kent County Council2020HSC_NEW KCC_Serious Violence Project EvaluationCo-Investigator
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
The CHHAES StudyThe CHHAES StudyCo-InvestigatorNational Institute for Health Research (NIHR)OPEN Approved for submissionJul 2024
Re-sub: A mixed methods realist evaluation into the Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home visiting (MECSH) Programme delivered by health visitors to vulnerable families in EnglandRe-sub: A mixed methods realist evaluation into the Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home visiting (MECSH) Programme delivered by health visitors to vulnerable families in EnglandPrincipal InvestigatorNational Institute for Health Research (NIHR)OPEN Approved for submissionJul 2024
PSL2324-0440_Evaluation of AHP Practice Education Evaluation of AHP Practice Education Co-InvestigatorCentral London Community HealthcareOPEN In preparationJun 2024
Repurposing of place for wellbeingRepurposing of place for wellbeingCo-InvestigatorEconomic and Social Research Council (ESRC)OPEN Approved for submissionJun 2024
PSL2324-0009 X-PERT Full Trial_NIHR HTAX-PERT Full Trial_NIHR HTACo-InvestigatorNational Institute for Health Research (NIHR)OPEN In preparationAug 2023
Optimizing Energy Consumption and Thermal Comfort for Ageing and Vulnerable Population in HealthcareOptimizing Energy Consumption and Thermal Comfort for Ageing and Vulnerable Population in HealthcareCo-InvestigatorEngineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)OPEN In preparationApr 2023
Automation of data for Improving Community Health Care Automation of data for Improvity Community Health Care Principal InvestigatorNational Institute for Health Research (NIHR)OPEN Approved for submissionNov 2022
X-Pert Health - UK Scaleup programme X-Pert Health - UK Scaleup programme Principal InvestigatorInnovate UK OPEN Approved for submissionNov 2021
Repurposing Standard to support the re-use of buildings into suitable, affordable and sustainable future homesRepurposing Standard to support the re-use of buildings into suitable, affordable and sustainable future homesCo-InvestigatorEconomic and Social Research Council (ESRC)OPEN In preparationOct 2021
London Cyrenians Housing
Other

Non Executive Director

Leadership and strategic direction and support to CEO and management team.

November 2021

A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments
Thomas, N., Frings, D., Flood, C., Grisan, E., Wood, K., Daly, N. and Sharma, S. (2022). A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments. London South Bank University.

Economic evaluation of a trial exploring the effects of a web-based support tool for parents of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.
Flood, C., Hirani, S.P., Mulligan, K., Taylor, J., Harris, S., Wedderburn, S.R. and Newman, S.P. (2024). Economic evaluation of a trial exploring the effects of a web-based support tool for parents of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Rheumatology. https://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/keae188

A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP3 REPORT
Thomas, N., Frings, D., Flood, C., Grisan, E., Wood, K., Daly, N. and Sharma, S. (2024). A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP3 REPORT. London South Bank University.

HIDVA Final Report
Havard, T., Magill, C. and Flood, C. (2023). HIDVA Final Report. London South Bank University.

A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 2b Evaluation Report
Thomas, N., Frings, D., Flood, C., Grisan, E., Wood, K., Daly, N. and Sharma, S. (2023). A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 2b Evaluation Report. London South Bank University.

A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 2A Evaluation Report
Thomas, N., Frings, D., Flood, C., Grisan, E., Wood, K., Daly, N. and Sharma, S. (2023). A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 2A Evaluation Report. London South Bank University.

Evaluation of the Kent Serious Youth Violence Project
Havard, T., Magill. C., Flood, C., Harvey, D., Shepherd, B., Miller, E. and Whittaker, A. (2023). Evaluation of the Kent Serious Youth Violence Project.

A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 1 Evaluation Report
Thomas, N., Frings, D., Flood, C., Grisan, E., Wood, K., Daly, N. and Sharma, S. (2022). A pragmatic trial of an Artificial intelligence DRiven appOInTment maNagEment SyStem (ADROITNESS) in NHS outpatient departments: WP1 Accuracy - Phase 1 Evaluation Report. London South Bank University.

A patient-initiated treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm: a randomized controlled trial
Lawes‑Wickwar, S., McBain, H., Brini, H., Hirani, S.P., Hurt, C.H., Flood, C., Dunlop, N., Solly, D., Crampton, B., Newman, S.P. and Ezra, D.G. (2022). A patient-initiated treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Neurology. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12883-022-02603-7

A pilot economic evaluation of a feasibility trial for SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR Befriending (SUPERB) for post stroke aphasi
Flood, C., Behn, N., Marshall, J., Simpson, A., Northcott, S., Thomas, S., Goldsmith, K., McVicker, S., Jofre-Bonet, M. and Hilari, K. (2022). A pilot economic evaluation of a feasibility trial for SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR Befriending (SUPERB) for post stroke aphasi. Clinical Rehabilitation. https://doi.org/10.1177/02692155211063554

SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR-Befriending (SUPERB) feasibility trial: fidelity of peer-befriending for people with aphasia.
Behn N, Moss B, McVicker S, Roper A, Northcott S, Marshall J, Thomas S, Simpson A, Flood C, James K, Goldsmith K and Hilari K (2021). SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR-Befriending (SUPERB) feasibility trial: fidelity of peer-befriending for people with aphasia. BMJ Open. 11. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2020-047994

“Loneliness can also kill:” a qualitative exploration of outcomes and experiences of the SUPERB peer-befriending scheme for people with aphasia and their significant others
Moss, B., Behn, N., Northcott, S., Monnelly, K., Marshall, J., Simpson, A., Thomas, S., McVicker, S., Goldsmith, K., Flood, C. and Hilari, K. (2021). “Loneliness can also kill:” a qualitative exploration of outcomes and experiences of the SUPERB peer-befriending scheme for people with aphasia and their significant others. Disability and Rehabilitation. 44 (18), pp. 5015-5024. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2021.1922519

“For them and for me”: a qualitative exploration of peer befrienders’ experiences supporting people with aphasia in the SUPERB feasibility trial
Northcott, S., Behn, N., Monnelly, K., Moss, B., Marshall, J., Thomas, S., Simpson, A., McVicker, S., Flood, C., Goldsmith, K. and Hilari, K. (2021). “For them and for me”: a qualitative exploration of peer befrienders’ experiences supporting people with aphasia in the SUPERB feasibility trial. Disability and Rehabilitation. 44 (18), pp. 5025-5037. https://doi.org/10.1080/09638288.2021.1922520

‘Emotion is of the essence. … Number one priority’: A nested qualitative study exploring psychosocial adjustment to stroke and aphasia
Moss, B., Northcott, S., Behn, N., Monnelly, K., Marshall, J., Thomas, S., Simpson, A., Goldsmith, K., McVicker, S., Flood, C. and Hilari, K. (2021). ‘Emotion is of the essence. … Number one priority’: A nested qualitative study exploring psychosocial adjustment to stroke and aphasia. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders. 56 (3), pp. 594-608. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12616

Supporting wellbeing through peer-befriending (SUPERB) for people with aphasia: A feasibility randomised controlled trial
Hilari, K., Behn, N., James, K., Northcott, S., Marshall, J., Thomas, S., Simpson, A., Moss, B., Flood, C., McVicker, S. and Goldsmith, K. (2021). Supporting wellbeing through peer-befriending (SUPERB) for people with aphasia: A feasibility randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation. 35 (8), pp. 1151-1163. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269215521995671

Psychosocial support for families of children with neurodisability who have or are considering a gastrostomy: the G-PATH mixed-methods study
Craig G.M., Hajdukova E.B., Harding C., Flood, C., McCourt C, Sellers D., Townsend, J., Moss, D., Tuffrey, C., Donaldson, B., Cole, M. and Gill, A. Psychosocial support for families of children with neurodisability who have or are considering a gastrostomy: the G-PATH mixed-methods study. United Kingdom The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) . https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.3310/hsdr08380

A patient-initiated DMARD self-monitoring service for people with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis: a cost-effectiveness analysis.
McBain, H., Flood, C., Shipley, M., Olaleye, A., Moore, S. and Newman, S. (2020). A patient-initiated DMARD self-monitoring service for people with rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis: a cost-effectiveness analysis. Rheumatology. 30 (1), pp. 277-287. https://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/keaa309

Is Individualism Suicidogenic? Findings From a Multinational Study of Young Adults From 12 Countries
Eskin, M., Tran, U.S., Carta, M.G., Poyrazli, S., Flood, C., Mechri, A., Shaheen, A., Janghorbani, M., Khader, Y., Yoshimasu, K., Sun, J.M., Kujan, O., Abuidhail, J., Aidoudi, K., Bakhshi, S., Harlak, H., Moro, M.F., Phillips, L., Hamdan, M., Abuderman, A., Tsuno, K. and Voracek, M. (2020). Is Individualism Suicidogenic? Findings From a Multinational Study of Young Adults From 12 Countries. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 11 (259). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2020.00259

Antipsychotic medication side effects knowledge amongst registered mental health nurses in England: A national survey
Begum, F, Mutsatsa, S, Gul, N, Thomas, B and Flood, C (2020). Antipsychotic medication side effects knowledge amongst registered mental health nurses in England: A national survey. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 27 (5), pp. 521-532. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12600

SOlution Focused brief therapy In post-stroke Aphasia (SOFIA Trial): protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial
Northcott, S, Simpson, A, Thomas, S, Hirani, SP, Flood, C and Hilari, K (2019). SOlution Focused brief therapy In post-stroke Aphasia (SOFIA Trial): protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial. AMRC Open Research.

The Role of Religion on Suicidal Behavior, Attitudes and Psychological Distress in University Students: A Multinational Study
Eskin, M, Poyrazli, S, Janghorbani, M, Carta, M G, Tran, US, Mechri, A, Hamdan, M, Nawafleh, H, Sun, J-M, Flood, C, Yoshimasu, K, Kujan, O, Aidoudi, K, Bakhshi, S, Harlak, H, Moro, MF, Khader, Y, Phillips, L, Shaheen, A, Taifour, S, Tsuno, K and Voracek, M (2019). The Role of Religion on Suicidal Behavior, Attitudes and Psychological Distress in University Students: A Multinational Study. Transcultural Psychiatry. 59 (5), pp. 853-877. https://doi.org/10.1177/1363461518823933

Adjustment with aphasia after stroke: study protocol for a pilot feasibility randomised controlled trial for SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR Befriending (SUPERB)
Hilari, K, Behn, N, Marshall, J, Simpson, A, Thomas, S, Northcott, S, Flood, C, McVicker, S, Jofre-Bonet, M, Moss, B, James, K and Goldsmith, K (2019). Adjustment with aphasia after stroke: study protocol for a pilot feasibility randomised controlled trial for SUpporting wellbeing through PEeR Befriending (SUPERB). Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 5, p. 14. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40814-019-0397-6

What utility scores do mental health service users, healthcare professionals and members of the general public attribute to different health states? A co-produced mixed methods online survey
Flood, C, Barlow, S, Simpson, A, Burls, A, Price, A, Cartwright, M, Brini, S and Service User and Carer Group Advising on Research (SUGAR) members (2018). What utility scores do mental health service users, healthcare professionals and members of the general public attribute to different health states? A co-produced mixed methods online survey. PLoS ONE. 13 (10), p. e0205223. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0205223

Evaluation of expressive writing for postpartum health: A randomized controlled trial
Ayers, S, Crawley, R, Button, S, Thornton, A, Field, A, Flood, C, Lee, S, Eagle, A, Bradley, R, Moore, D, Gyte, G and Smith, H (2018). Evaluation of expressive writing for postpartum health: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 41 (5), pp. 614-626. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-018-9970-3

Barriers to effective diabetes management - a survey of people with severe mental illness
Mulligan, K, McBain, HB, Lamontagne-Godwin, F, Chapman, J, Flood, C, Haddad, M, Jones, J and Simpson, A (2018). Barriers to effective diabetes management - a survey of people with severe mental illness. BMC Psychiatry. 18 (1), p. 165. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-018-1744-5

Nursing students’ attitudes to suicide and suicidal persons: A cross-national and cultural comparison between Turkey and the United Kingdom
Flood, C, Yilmaz, M, Phillips, L, Lindsay, T, Eskin, M, Hiley, J and Tasdelen, B (2018). Nursing students’ attitudes to suicide and suicidal persons: A cross-national and cultural comparison between Turkey and the United Kingdom. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 25 (7), pp. 369-379. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12461

Management of type 2 diabetes mellitus in people with severe mental illness: an online cross-sectional survey of healthcare professionals
McBain, HB, Lamontagne-Godwin, F, Haddad, M, Simpson, A, Chapman, J, Jones, J, Flood, C and Mulligan, K (2018). Management of type 2 diabetes mellitus in people with severe mental illness: an online cross-sectional survey of healthcare professionals. BMJ Open. 8 (2), pp. e019400-e019400. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-019400

Midazolam use for dental conscious sedation: how safe are we?
Shehbi, Z, Flood, C and Matthews, L (2018). Midazolam use for dental conscious sedation: how safe are we? British Dental Journal. 224 (2), pp. 98-104. https://doi.org/10.1038/sj.bdj.2017.1042

Barriers and enablers of type 2 diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness
Mulligan, K, McBain, HB, Lamontagne-Godwin, F, Chapman, J, Haddad, M, Jones, J, Flood, C, Thomas, D and Simpson, A (2017). Barriers and enablers of type 2 diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. Health Expectations. 20 (5), pp. 1020-1030. https://doi.org/10.1111/hex.12543

Cross - national comparisons of attitudes towards suicide and suicidal persons in university students from 12 countries
Eskin, M, Kujan, O, Voracek, M, Shaheen, A, Carta, MG, Sun, J-M, Flood, C, Poyrazli, S, Janghorbani, M, Yoshimasu, K, Mechri, A, Khader, Y, Aidoudi, K, Bakhshi, S, Harlak, H, Ahmead, M, Moro, MF, Nawafleh, H, Phillips, L, Abuderman, A, Tran, US and Tsuno, K (2016). Cross - national comparisons of attitudes towards suicide and suicidal persons in university students from 12 countries. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. 57 (6), pp. 554-563. https://doi.org/10.1111/sjop.12318

Erratum to: ’Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm compared to standard care: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial’.
Wickwar, S, McBain, HB, Newman, SP, Hirani, SP, Hurt, CS, Dunlop, N, Flood, C and Ezra, DG (2016). Erratum to: ’Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm compared to standard care: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial’. Trials. 17 (1), pp. 333-333. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-016-1263-y

Implementation of recommended type 2 diabetes care for people with severe mental illness - a qualitative exploration with healthcare professionals
McBain, HB, Mulligan, K, Lamontagne-Godwin, F, Jones, J, Haddad, M, Flood, C, Thomas, D and Simpson, A (2016). Implementation of recommended type 2 diabetes care for people with severe mental illness - a qualitative exploration with healthcare professionals. BMC Psychiatry. 16 (1), pp. 222-.222. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-016-0942-2

Severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes: using theory and research evidence to develop complex behaviour change interventions
Jones, J, McBain, HB, Lamontagne-Godwin, F, Mulligan, K, Haddad, M, Flood, C, Thomas, D and Simpson, A (2016). Severe mental illness and type 2 diabetes: using theory and research evidence to develop complex behaviour change interventions. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 23 (5), pp. 312-321. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12311

Self management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness
McBain, HB, Mulligan, K, Haddad, M, Flood, C, Jones, JC and Simpson, A (2016). Self management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 2016 (4), p. CD011361. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD011361.pub2

Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
Wickwar, S, McBain, HB, Newman, SP, Hirani, SP, Dunlop, N, Flood, C, Hurt, CS and Ezra, DG (2016). Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a patient-initiated botulinum toxin treatment model for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm: a study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 17, p. 129. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-016-1263-y

Suicidal Behavior and Psychological Distress in University Students: A 12-Nation Study. Archives of Suicide Research
Eskin, M, Voracek, M, Tran, T, Sun, J, Janghorbani, M, Carta, M G, Moro, M F, Yoshimasu, K, Tsuno, K, Khader, Y, Idhail, J, Nawafleh, H, Hamdan, M, Shaheen, A, Kujan, O, Mechri, A, Flood, C, Phillips, L, Poyrazi, S and Harlak, H (2016). Suicidal Behavior and Psychological Distress in University Students: A 12-Nation Study. Archives of Suicide Research. Archives of Suicide Research. 20 (3), pp. 369-388. https://doi.org/10.1080/13811118.2015.1054055

Diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness
McBain, HB, Mulligan, K, Haddad, M, Flood, C, Jones, J, Chapman, J, Hilton, N and Simpson, A (2014). Diabetes self-management in people with severe mental illness. The European Health Psychologist. 16 (6), pp. 240-248.

Self-management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness (Protocol)
McBain, HB, Mulligan, K, Haddad, M, Flood, C, Jones, JC and Simpson, A (2014). Self-management interventions for type 2 diabetes in adult people with severe mental illness (Protocol). Cochrane Library. 2014 (11). https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD011361

Reducing risk of overdose with midazolam injection in adults: an evaluation of change in clinical practice to improve patient safety in England
Flood, C, Matthew, L, Marsh, R, Patel, B, Mansaray, M and Lamont, T (2014). Reducing risk of overdose with midazolam injection in adults: an evaluation of change in clinical practice to improve patient safety in England. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 21 (1), pp. 57-66. https://doi.org/10.1111/jep.12228

Results of a pilot randomised controlled trial to measure the clinical and cost effectiveness of peer support in increasing hope and quality of life in mental health patients discharged from hospital in the UK.
Simpson, A, Flood, C, Rowe, J, Quigley, J, Henry, S, Hall, C, Evans, R, Sherman, P and Bowers, L (2014). Results of a pilot randomised controlled trial to measure the clinical and cost effectiveness of peer support in increasing hope and quality of life in mental health patients discharged from hospital in the UK. BMC Psychiatry. 14 (30), p. 30. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-244X-14-30

Is knowledge and practice safer in England after the release of national guidance on the resuscitation of patients in mental health and learning disabilities?
Flood, C, Gull, N, Thomas, B, Gordon, V and Cleary, K (2013). Is knowledge and practice safer in England after the release of national guidance on the resuscitation of patients in mental health and learning disabilities? Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 21 (9), pp. 806-813. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12126

A replication study of the City nurse intervention: reducing conflict and containment on three acute psychiatric wards
Bowers, L, Flood, C, Brennan, G and Allan, T (2008). A replication study of the City nurse intervention: reducing conflict and containment on three acute psychiatric wards. Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing. 15 (9), pp. 737-742. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2850.2008.01294.x

Joint crisis plans for people with psychosis: Economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial
Flood, C, Byford, S, Henderson, C, Leese, M, Thornicroft, G, Sutherby, K and Szmukler, G (2006). Joint crisis plans for people with psychosis: Economic evaluation of a randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal. 333 (7571), pp. 729-732. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38929.653704.55

Effect of joint crisis plans on use of compulsory treatment in psychiatry: Single blind randomised controlled trial
Henderson, C, Flood, C, Leese, M, Thornicroft, G, Sutherby, K and Szmukler, G (2004). Effect of joint crisis plans on use of compulsory treatment in psychiatry: Single blind randomised controlled trial. British Medical Journal. 329 (7458), pp. 136-138. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38155.585046.63