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A realist process evaluation of robotic surgery: integration into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration and decision making

Project title: A realist process evaluation of robotic surgery: integration into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration and decision making

Call to action: 12/5005 12/5005 HS&DR Researcher Led

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Rebecca RandellORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-5856-4912

Lead Author: Dr Rebecca Randell

Contractor: University of Leeds

Cost: £533,376.65

Co-investigators: Dr Alwyn Kotze, Dr Joanne Greenhalgh, Dr Peter Gardner, Mr David Wilkinson, Mr Gerard Perez, Mrs Jane Millar, Ms Julie Croft, Professor (Elizabeth) Andrea Nelson, Professor Alan Pearman, Professor Andrew Long, Professor David Jayne, Professor Dawn Dowding, Professor Jon Hindmarsh.

Started: September 2013 | Status: Published June 2017

While the introduction of robot-assisted surgery is surgeon-led, its successful integration depends on the support of members of the surgical team; and it brings challenges for teamwork and communication.

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