Publications

  1. Alshahrani, K. M., Johnson, J., Hill, L., AlGhunaim, T. A., Sattar, R. & O’Connor, D. B. (2022). A qualitative, cross-cultural investigation into the impact of potentially traumatic work events on Saudi and UK ambulance personnel and how they cope. BMC Emergency Medicine, 22, 116.
  2. Montgomery, A., Lainidi, O., Johnson, J., Creese, J., … & Vohra, V. (2022). Employee silence in health care. Health Care Management Review, in press.
  3. Vogt, K., & Johnson, J. The Student Mental Health Crisis and the question of responsibility: Should universities invest more resources in prevention than intervention? (Commentary on – The efficacy of psychological interventions for the prevention and treatment of mental health disorders in university students: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Journal of Affective Disorders, 280, 381-406). Evidence Based Nursing, in press.
  4. Alghunaim, T. A., Johnson, J., Biyani, C. S., & O’Connor, D. B. (2022). Burnout in surgeons: A qualitative investigation into contributors and potential solutions. International Journal of Surgery, in press.
  5. Alshahrani, K., Johnson, J. & O’Connor, D. (2022). Coping strategies and social support are associated with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms in Saudi Paramedics. International Journal of Emergency Services, in press.
  6. Vogt, K. S., Grange, A., Johnson, J., Marran, J., Budworth, L., Coleman, R., & Simms-Ellis, R. (2022). Study Protocol for the online adaptation and evaluation of the ‘Reboot’ (Recovery-boosting) Coaching Programme, to prepare critical care nurses for, and aid recovery after, stressful clinical events. Pilot and Feasibility Studies, in press.
  7. Alghunaim, T. A., Johnson, J., Biyani, C. S., Alshahrani, K. M., Dunning, A. & O’Connor, D. B. (2021). Surgeon burnout, impact on patient safety and professionalism: A systematic review and meta-analysis. American Journal of Surgery, in press.
  8. Joseph, O. R., Flint, S. W., Raymond-Williams, R., Awadzi, R., & Johnson, J. (2021). Understanding healthcare students’ experiences of racial bias: a narrative review of the role of implicit bias and potential interventions in educational settings. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 12771.
  9. Harrison, R., Johnson, J., McMullan, R., Pervaz-Iqbal, M., Chitkara, U., Mears, S., Shapiro, J. & Lawton, R. (2021). Towards constructive change after making a medical error: ReSET as a psycho-social model for clinician recovery. Journal of Patient Safety, in press.
  10. Thompson, F., Nelson, A., Coates, R., & Johnson, J. (2021). Attitudes towards assisted dying in dementia: A focus group study with younger and older adults. OMEGA – Journal of Death and Dying, in press.
  11. Howarth, E. & Johnson, J. (2021). Comprehensive and clinically useful: review of risk factors for suicidal behaviour in men (Commentary on – A systematic review of suicidal behaviour in men: A narrative synthesis of risk factors, Richardson et al (2021) Social Science & Medicine, 276, 113831). BMJ Evidence Based Nursing, in press.
  12. Harney, C., Johnson, J., Bailes, F. & Havelka, J. (2021). Is music listening an effective intervention for reducing anxiety? A systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled studies. Musicae Scientiae, in press.
  13. Johnson, J., Al Ghunaim, T. A., Biyani, C. S., Montgomery, A., Morley, R. & O’Connor, D. B. (2022). Burnout in surgical trainees: a narrative review of trends, contributors, consequences and possible Interventions. Indian Journal of Surgery, 84, 35-44.
  14. Johnson, J., Mitchinson, L., Parmar, M., Opio-te., G., Serrant, L. & Grange, A. (2021). Do Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic nurses and midwives experience a career delay? A cross-sectional survey investigating career progression barriers. Contemporary Nurse, 57, 99-112. 
  15. Burton, L., Forster, A., Johnson, J., Crocker, T., Tyson, S., Wray, F. & Clarke, D. J. (2021). Experiences and views of receiving and delivering information about recovery in acquired neurological conditions:  A systematic review of qualitative literature. BMJ Open, 11, e045297. 
  16. Alghunaim, T., Johnson, J., Biyani, C. S., & O’Connor, D. B. (2021). The psychological and occupational impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on UK surgeons: A qualitative investigation. BMJ Open, 11, e045699.
  17. Janes, G., Harrison, R., Johnson, J., Simms-Ellis, R., Mills, T. & Lawton, R. (2022). Multiple meanings of resilience: Health professionals’ experiences of a dual element training intervention designed to help them prepare for coping with error. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 28, 315-323.
  18. Sattar, R., Lawton, R., Panagioti, M., & Johnson, J. (2021). Meta-ethnography in healthcare research: A guide to using a meta-ethnographic approach for literature synthesis. BMC Health Services Research, 21, 50.
  19. Dunning, A., Louch, G., Grange, A., Spilsbury, K., & Johnson, J. (2021). Exploring nurses’ experiences of value congruence and the perceived relationship with wellbeing and patient care and safety: a qualitative study. Journal of Research in Nursing, 26, 135-146.
  20. Johnson, J., Simms-Ellis, R., Janes, G., Mills, T., Budworth, L., Atkinson, L., & Harrison., R. (2020). Can we prepare healthcare professionals and students for involvement in stressful healthcare events? A mixed-methods evaluation of a resilience training intervention. BMC Health Services Research, 20: 1094.
  21. Hardicre, N., Arezina, J., McGuinness., A., & Johnson., J. (2021). Managing the unmanageable: A qualitative study exploring sonographer experiences of and training in unexpected and difficult news delivery. Radiography, 27, 369-376.
  22. Johnson, J., Madill., A., Koutsopoulou, G. Z., Brown, C., & Harris, R. (2020). Sex and power in the university. The Psychologist, 33, 5-6.
  23. Janes, G., Mills, T., Budworth, L., Johnson, J., & Lawton, R. (2020). The association between healthcare staff engagement and patient safety outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Patient Safety, in press.
  24. Johnson, J., Arezina, J., …. Hardicre, N. (2020). UK consensus guidelines for the delivery of unexpected news in obstetric ultrasound: The ASCKS framework. Ultrasound, 28, 235-245.
  25. Howarth, S., Johnson, J., Millott, H., O’Hara, J. (2020). The early experiences of Physician Associate students in the UK: a regional cross-sectional study investigating factors associated with engagement. PLOS ONE, 15, e0232515.
  26. Johnson, J., Dunning, A., Sattar, R., Arezina., J., Karkowsky., E. C., Thomas., S., & Panagioti., M. (2020). Delivering unexpected news via obstetric ultrasound: A systematic review and meta-ethnographic synthesis of expectant parent and staff experiences. Sonography, 7, 61-77.
  27. Howarth, E., O’Connor, D., Panagioti, M., Hodkinson, A, Wilding, S. & Johnson, J. (2020). Are stressful life events prospectively associated with increased suicidal ideation and behaviour? A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders. In press.
  28. Sattar, R., Johnson, J., & Lawton, R. (2020). The views and experiences of patients and healthcare professionals on the disclosure of adverse events: A systematic review & qualitative meta-ethnographic synthesis. Health Expectations, 23, 571-583.
  29. Johnson, J., Corker, C., & O’Connor, D. (2020). Burnout in psychological therapists: A cross-sectional study investigating the role of supervisory relationship quality. Clinical Psychologist, 24, 223-235.
  30. Tomlin, L., Parsons., M., Vasantha Kumar, P., Arezina, J., Harrison, R., & Johnson, J. (2019). Learning how to deliver bad and challenging news: exploring the experience of trainee sonographers – a qualitative study. Ultrasound, 28, 30-37
  31. 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, 24, 604–619
  32. Lawton, R., Johnson, J., Janes, G., Foy, R., & Simms-Ellis, R. (2019). Re: Abandon the term “second victim”. BMJ, 365, I2161. [Letter]
  33. 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.
  34. 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.
  35. 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.
  36. 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]
  37. 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.
  38. 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.
  39. 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. 
  40. 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.
  41. 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.
  42. 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, 16, e278 – e283.
  43. 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.
  44. 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. 
  45. 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.
  46. 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.
  47. 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.
  48. 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.
  49. 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.
  50. 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.
  51. 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.
  52. Gooding, P. Johnson, J., & Tarrier, N. (2012). Psychological resilience in young and older adults. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 27, 262-270.
  53. 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.
  54. Johnson, J., Wood, A., Gooding, P., Taylor, P., & Tarrier, N. (2011). Resilience to suicidality: The buffering hypothesis. Clinical Psychology Review, 31, 563-591.
  55. 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.
  56. 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.
  57. 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.
  58. 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.
  59. 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.
  60. 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.
  61. 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.
  62. 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.
  63. 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.
  64. 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.