Peter Griffiths, PhD, BA, RN, FEANS, FHEA
Chair of Health Services Research, University of Southampton
Dr. Peter Griffiths is a Standing Professor at the University of Southampton. He is Chair of Health Services Research. He also leads the Health Workforce and System.
- Ball, J. E. and P. Griffiths (2022). “Consensus Development Project (CDP): An overview of staffing for safe and effective nursing care.” Nurs Open 9(2): 872-879.
- Dall’Ora, C., J. Ball, O. C. Redfern and P. Griffiths (2020). “Night work for hospital nurses and sickness absence: a retrospective study using electronic rostering systems.” Chronobiol Int 37(9-10): 1357-1364.
- Dall’Ora, C., J. Ball, M. Reinius and P. Griffiths (2020). “Burnout in nursing: a theoretical review.” Hum Resour Health 18(1): 41.
- Dall’Ora, C., P. Griffiths, T. Emmanuel, A. M. Rafferty, S. Ewings and R. C. Consortium (2020). “12-hr shifts in nursing: Do they remove unproductive time and information loss or do they reduce education and discussion opportunities for nurses? A cross-sectional study in 12 European countries.” J Clin Nurs 29(1-2): 53-59.
- Dall’Ora, C., P. Griffiths, J. Hope, H. Barker and G. B. Smith (2020). “What is the nursing time and workload involved in taking and recording patients’ vital signs? A systematic review.” J Clin Nurs 29(13-14): 2053-2068.
- Dall’Ora, C., J. Hope, J. Bridges and P. Griffiths (2020). “Development and validation of a methodology to measure the time taken by hospital nurses to make vital signs observations.” Nurse Res 28(3): 52-58.
- Dall’Ora, C., A. Maruotti and P. Griffiths (2020). “Temporary Staffing and Patient Death in Acute Care Hospitals: A Retrospective Longitudinal Study.” J Nurs Scholarsh 52(2): 210-216.
- Ejebu, O.-Z., C. Dall’Ora and P. Griffiths (2021). “Nurses’ experiences and preferences around shift patterns: A scoping review.” PLOS ONE 16(8): e0256300.
- Emmanuel, T., C. Dall’Ora, S. Ewings and P. Griffiths (2020). “Are long shifts, overtime and staffing levels associated with nurses’ opportunity for educational activities, communication and continuity of care assignments? A cross-sectional study.” International Journal of Nursing Studies Advances 2: 100002.
- Fogg, C., J. Bridges, P. Meredith, C. Spice, L. Field, D. Culliford and P. Griffiths (2021). “The association between ward staffing levels, mortality and hospital readmission in older hospitalised adults, according to presence of cognitive impairment: a retrospective cohort study.” Age Ageing 50(2): 431-439.