Research publications

  1. Johnson, J., Cameron, L., Mitchell, L., Parmar, M., Opio-te, G., Louch, G., & Grange, A. (2019). An investigation into the relationships between bullying, discrimination, burnout and patient safety in nurses and midwives: Is burnout a mediator? Journal of Research in Nursing. In press.
  2. Lawton, R., Johnson, J., Janes, G., Foy, R., & Simms-Ellis, R. (2019). Re: Abandon the term “second victim”. BMJ, 365, I2161. [Letter]
  3. O’Neill, L., Johnson, J. & Mandela, R. (2019). Reflective practice groups: Are they useful for liaison psychiatry nurses working within the Emergency Department? Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 33, 85-92.
  4. Hall, L., Johnson, J., Watt, I., & O’Connor, D. (2019). Association of GP wellbeing and burnout with patient safety in UK primary care. British Journal of General Practice. In press.
  5. Johnson, J., Arezina, J., McGuiness, A., Culpan, A. & Hall, L. (2019). Breaking bad and difficult news in obstetric ultrasound and sonographer burnout: Is training helpful? Ultrasound, 27, 55-63.
  6. Johnson, J., Bu, C., & Panagioti, M. (2018). Tackling burnout in UK trainee doctors is vital for a sustainable, safe, high quality NHS. BMJ, 362, k3705. [Letter]
  7. Panagioti, M., Geraghty, K., Johnson, J., Zhou, A., Panagopoulou, E., Chew-Graham, C., Riley, R., Sanders, C., Peters, D. & Esmail, A. (2018). Association Between Physician Burnout and Patient Safety, Professionalism, and Patient Satisfaction A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. JAMA: Internal Medicine, 178, 1317-1330.
  8. Johnson, J. & Panagioti, M. (2018). Interventions to Improve the Breaking of Bad or Difficult News by Physicians: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Academic Medicine. Academic Medicine, 93, 1400-1412.
  9. Johnson J., Johnson, O., Heyhoe, J., Fielder, C., & Dunning, A. (2018). Parent experiences and preferences when dysemlia is identified during the prenatal and perinatal periods: A qualitative study into family nursing care for rare diseases. Journal of Family Nursing, 24, 271-293.
  10. Johnson, J., Hall, L. H., Berzins, K., Baker, J., Melling, K. & Thompson, C. (2018). Mental healthcare staff well-being and burnout: A narrative review of trends, causes, implications, and recommendations for future interventions. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27, 20–32. 
  11. Panagioti, M., Geraghty, K., & Johnson, J. (2018). How to prevent burnout in cardiologists? A review of the current evidence, gaps and future directions. Trends in Cardiovascular Medicine, 28, 1-7.
  12. Hall, L., Johnson, J., Heyhoe, J., Watt, I., Anderson, K., & O’Connor, D. (2017). Strategies to improve General Practitioner wellbeing: Findings from a focus group study. Family Practice, 35, 511-516.
  13. Hall, L. H., Johnson, J., Heyhoe, J., Watt, I., Anderson, K., & O’Connor, D. B. (2017). Exploring the impact of primary care physician burnout and wellbeing on patient care: A focus group study. Journal of Patient Safety. In press.
  14. Gooding, P. A., Littlewood, D., Owen, R., Johnson, J., & Tarrier, N. (2017). Psychological resilience in people experiencing schizophrenia and suicidal thoughts and behaviours. Journal of Mental Health, 1-7.
  15. Johnson, J., Louch, G., Dunning, A., Johnson, O., Grange, A., Reynolds, C., Hall, L., & O’Hara, J. (2017).  Burnout mediates the association between symptoms of depression and patient safety perceptions: A cross-sectional study in hospital nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing 73(7), 1667–1680. 
  16. Johnson, J., Panagioti, M., Bass, J., Ramsey, L., & Harrison, R. (2017). Resilience to emotional distress in response to failure, error or mistakes: A systematic review. Clinical Psychology Review, 52, 19-42.
  17. Johnson, J. & Wood A. M. (2017). Integrating Positive and Clinical Psychology: Viewing Human Functioning as Continua from Positive to Negative Can Benefit Clinical Assessment, Interventions and Understandings of Resilience. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 41, 335-349.
  18. Johnson, J., O’Connor, D. B., Jones, C., Jackson, C., Hughes, G. & Fergusson, E. (2016). Reappraisal Buffers the Association Between Stress and Negative Mood Measured Over 14 Days: Implications for Understanding Psychological Resilience. European Journal of Personality, 30, 608-617.
  19. Hall, L. H., Johnson, J., Watt, I., Tsipa, A., & O’Connor, D. B. (2016). Healthcare staff wellbeing, burnout, and patient safety: A systematic review. PloS One, 11(7), e0159015.
  20. Johnson, J., Adams-Spink, G., Arndt, T., Wijeratne, D., Heyhoe, J., Taylor, P. J. (2016). Providing family-centred care for rare diseases in maternity services: Parent satisfaction and preferences when dysmelia is identified. Women and Birth, 29, e99-e104.
  21. Johnson, J., Jones, C., Lin, A., Wood, S., Heinze, K., & Jackson, C. (2014). Shame amplifies the association between stressful life events and paranoia amongst young adults using mental health services: Implications for understanding risk and psychological resilience.Psychiatry research, 220, 217-225.
  22. Johnson, J., Gooding, P. A., Wood, A. M., Fair, K. L., and Tarrier, N. (2013). A therapeutic tool for boosting mood: The broad-minded affective coping procedure (BMAC). Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37, 61-70.
  23. Gooding, P. Johnson, J., & Tarrier, N. (2012). Psychological resilience in young and older adults. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 27, 262-270.
  24. Johnson, J., Gooding, P., Wood, A., Taylor, P., & Tarrier, N. (2011). Trait reappraisal amplifies subjective defeat, sadness and negative affect in response to failure versus success in non-clinical and psychosis populations. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 120, 922-934.
  25. Johnson, J., Wood, A., Gooding, P., Taylor, P., & Tarrier, N. (2011). Resilience to suicidality: The buffering hypothesis. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 563-591.
  26. Taylor, P. J., Gooding, P. A., Wood, A. M., Johnson, J., & Tarrier, N.  (2011). Prospective predictors of suicidality: Defeat and entrapment lead to changes in suicidal ideation over time. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 41, 297-306
  27. Johnson, J., Gooding., P. Wood., A., Taylor, P., Pratt, D., & Tarrier, N. (2010). Resilience to suicidal ideation in psychosis: Positive self-appraisals buffer the impact of hopelessness. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 48, 883-889.
  28. Johnson, J., Gooding, P., Wood, A. & Tarrier, N. (2010). Resilience as positive coping appraisals: Testing the schematic appraisals model of suicide (SAMS).Behaviour Research and Therapy, 48, 179-186.
  29. Pratt. D., Gooding, P., Johnson, J., Taylor, P. J. & Tarrier, N. (2010). Suicide schemas in non-affective psychosis: An empirical investigation. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 48, 1211-1220
  30. Taylor, P. J., Awenat, Y., Gooding, P. A., Johnson, J., Pratt, D., Wood, A. M. & Tarrier, N. (2010). The subjective experience of participation in schizophrenia research: A practical and ethical issue. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 198, 343-348
  31. Taylor, P. J., Gooding, P. A., Wood, A. M., Johnson, J., Pratt, D., & Tarrier, N. (2010). Defeat and entrapment in schizophrenia: The relationship with suicidal ideation and positive psychotic symptoms. Psychiatry Research, 178, 244-248
  32. Taylor, P. J., Wood, A. M., Gooding, P. A., Johnson, J., & Tarrier, N. (2009). Are defeat and entrapment best defined as a single construct?Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 795-797
  33. Johnson, J., Gooding, P. & Tarrier, N. (2008). Suicide risk in schizophrenia: Explanatory models and clinical implications, The Schematic Appraisal Model of Suicide (SAMS). Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 81, 55–77
  34. Johnson, J., Gooding, P. & Tarrier, N. (2008). An investigation of aspects of the Cry of Pain model of suicide risk: The role of defeat in impairing memory. Behavioural Research and Therapy, 46, 968-975.
  35. Tarrier, N., Gooding, P., Gregg, L., Johnson, J. & Drake, R. (2007). Suicide schema in schizophrenia: The effect of emotional reactivity, negative symptoms and schema elaboration. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 2090-2097.