Research Articles Related to Medical Care and High Reliability

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Research Articles Related to Medical Care and High Reliability
(compiled by Ralph Soule, [email protected])
Baker, D. P., Day, R., & Salas, E. (2006). Teamwork as an
Essential Component of High‐Reliability Organizations. Health
services research,41(4p2), 1576-1598.
Bierly and Spender (1995). Culture and High Reliability
Organizations: The Case of the Nuclear Submarine. Journal of
Management: Vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 639-656.
Bigley, G. A., & Roberts, K. H. (2001). The incident command
system: High-reliability organizing for complex and volatile task
environments. Academy of Management Journal, 44(6), 12811299.
Boin, A. and Schulman, P. (2008), Assessing NASA’s Safety
Culture: The Limits and Possibilities of High-Reliability Theory.
Public Administration Review, 68: 1050–1062.
doi: 10.1111/j.1540-6210.2008.00954.x
Clemmer TP, Spuhler VJ, Oniki TA, Horn SD. Results of a
collaborative quality improvement program on outcomes and costs
in a tertiary critical care unit. Crit Care Med. 1999;27:1768-74.
(could not find)
Douglas E. Paull , Lisa M. Mazzia , Brent S. Izu , Julia Neily ,
Peter D. Mills , James P. Bagian (2009). Predictors of successful
implementation of preoperative briefings and postoperative
debriefings after medical team training. The American Journal of
Surgery, Volume 198, Issue 5, November 2009, Pages 675–678
Douglas A. Wiegmann , Andrew W. ElBardissi , Joseph A.
Dearani , Richard C. Daly, Thoralf M. Sundt III
Research Articles Related to Medical Care and High Reliability
Disruptions in surgical flow and their relationship to surgical
errors: An exploratory investigation
Surgery, Volume 142, Issue 5, November 2007, Pages 658–665
Engel, K. G., Rosenthal, M., & Sutcliffe, K. M. (2006). Residents'
responses to medical error: coping, learning, and
change. Academic Medicine, 81(1), 86-93.
Flin, R., O’Connor, P., & Mearns, K. (2002). Crew resource
management: improving team work in high reliability
industries. Team Performance Management, 8(3/4), 68-78.
A.A. Gawande, M.J. Zinner, D.M. Studdert, T.A. Brennan
(2003). Analysis of errors reported by surgeons at three teaching
hospitals. Surgery, 133 (2003), pp. 614–621.
Gittell, J. H., Seidner, R., & Wimbush, J. (2010). A relational
model of how high-performance work systems work. Organization
Science, 21(2), 490-506.
Glasgow, Justin M; Davies, Michael L; Kaboli, Peter J (2012)
Findings from a national improvement collaborative: are
improvements sustained? BMJ quality & safety vol. 21 (8) p. 6639
Golemboski, K. (2011). Improving patient safety: Lessons from
other disciplines. Clinical Laboratory Science, 24(2), 114-9.
Retrieved from
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Henrickson, S. E., Wadhera, R. K., ElBardissi, A. W., Wiegmann,
D. A., & Sundt III, T. M. (2009). Development and pilot
evaluation of a preoperative briefing protocol for cardiovascular
surgery. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 208(6),
1115-1123.
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Research Articles Related to Medical Care and High Reliability
Vered Holzmann, Shoshana Mischari, Shoshana Goldberg, Amitai
Ziv, (2012) "New tools for learning: a case of organizational
problem analysis derived from debriefing records in a medical
center", Learning Organization, The, Vol. 19 Iss: 2, pp.148 - 162.
Holzmann, Mischari, Goldberg, and Ziv (2012). New tools for
learning: a case of organizational problem analysis derived from
debriefing records in a medical center. The Learning Organization:
Volume 19, Issue 2, pp. 148-162.
Knox, G. E., Simpson, K. R., & Garite, T. J. (2009). High
reliability perinatal units: an approach to the prevention of patient
injury and medical malpractice claims. Journal of healthcare risk
management, 19(2), 24-32.
Knox, G. E., Simpson, K. R. and Townsend, K. E. (2003), High
reliability perinatal units: Further observations and a suggested
plan for action. J of Healthcare Risk Mgmt, 23: 17–21.
doi: 10.1002/jhrm.5600230405
LaPorte, T. R., & Consolini, P. M. (1991). Working in practice but
not in theory: theoretical challenges of" high-reliability
organizations". Journal of Public Administration Research and
Theory: J-PART, 1(1), 19-48.
Leape, L. L. (1997), A systems analysis approach to medical error.
Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 3: 213–222.
doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2753.1997.00006.x
Martin A. Makary, Arnab Mukherjee, J. Bryan Sexton, Dora Syin,
Emmanuelle Goodrich, Emily Hartmann, Lisa Rowen, Drew C.
Behrens, Michael Marohn, Peter J. Pronovost (2007). Operating
Room Briefings and Wrong-Site Surgery. Journal of the American
College of Surgeons, Volume 204, Issue 2, 236-243.
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Paige, J. T., M.D., Aaron, D. L., M.D., Yang, T., Howell, D. S.,
Hilton, C. W., M.D., Cohn, I., & Chauvin, Sheila W,M.E.D.,
P.H.D. (2008). Implementation of a preoperative briefing protocol
improves accuracy of teamwork assessment in the operating room.
The American Surgeon, 74(9), 817-23. Retrieved from
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Pisano, G. P., Bohmer, R. M., & Edmondson, A. C. (2001).
Organizational differences in rates of learning: Evidence from the
adoption of minimally invasive cardiac surgery. Management
Science, 47(6), 752-768.
Pronovost, P. J., Berenholtz, S. M., Goeschel, C. A., Needham, D.
M., Sexton, J. B., Thompson, D. A., ... & Hunt, E. (2006). Creating
high reliability in health care organizations. Health services
research, 41(4p2), 1599-1617.
Rijpma, J. A. (2002). Complexity, tight–coupling and reliability:
Connecting normal accidents theory and high reliability
theory. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 5(1),
15-23.
Roberts, K. H., & Bea, R. (2001). Must accidents happen? Lessons
from high-reliability organizations. The Academy of Management
Executive, 15(3), 70-78.
van der Schaaf TW. Medical applications of industrial safety
science. Quality and Safety in Health Care. 2002;11:206-7.
(editorial, not research article)
Schenkel, S. (2000), Promoting Patient Safety and Preventing
Medical Error in Emergency Departments. Academic Emergency
Medicine, 7: 1204–1222.
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Research Articles Related to Medical Care and High Reliability
Spear, S. J., & Schmidhofer, M. (2005). Ambiguity and
workarounds as contributors to medical error. Ann Intern
Med, 142(8), 627-30.
Thompson DN, Wolf GA, Spear SJ. Driving improvement in
patient care: lessons from Toyota. J Nurs Adm. 2003;33:585-95.
Youngberg, B. J. (2004), Assessing your organization's potential to
become a high reliability organization. J of Healthcare Risk Mgmt,
24: 13–20. doi: 10.1002/jhrm.5600240304
Yule, S., Flin, R., Maran, N., Rowley, D., Youngson, G., PatersonBrown, S. (2008). Surgeons’ non-technical skills in the operating
room: Reliability testing of the NOTSS behavior rating system.
World Journal of Surgery, V32,N4, pp. 548-556
Weick, K. E. (1987). Organizational culture as a source of high
reliability. California Management Review, Vol 29, No 2, pp. 112127.
Weick, K. E., Sutcliffe, K. M., & Obstfeld, D. (2008). Organizing
for high reliability: Processes of collective mindfulness. Crisis
management, 3, 81-123.
Wiegmann, D., ElBardissi, A., Dearani, J., Daly, R., Sundt III, T
(2007). Disruptions in surgical flow and their relationship to
surgical errors: An exploratory investigation. Surgery, Volume
142, Issue 5, pp. 658-665.
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