Mohammed Amin Mohammed
Professor Mohammed A Mohammed is an academic with extensive experience of applied health services research, including quality of care, patient safety and improvement science. Mohammed has 90+peer reviewed publications, including landmark papers in the Lancet (on understanding variation in healthcare), BMJ (on bias in hospital mortality statistics), evaluation of a care bundle (JAMA Surgery) and a prize-winning study that developed an electronic frailty index for primary care (Age and Ageing).
Mohammed led the development of the first primary care mortality monitoring system (BJGP) and was an expert witness to the Shipman Inquiry (BMJ). His current research projects include the development of automated risk equations for use in hospitals (BMJOpen).
As academic director of the YH-AHSN and Improvement Academy, Mohammed has delivered scores of highly rated courses on variation, systems thinking, improvement science and mortality statistics to senior and front-line clinical staff in the NHS over the last ten years.