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Emily Patterson
Emily Patterson
Professor, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Medicine, Ohio State
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei osu.edu
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Handoff strategies in settings with high consequences for failure: lessons for health care operations
ES Patterson, EM Roth, DD Woods, R Chow, JO Gomes
International journal for quality in health care, 125-132, 2004
6222004
Improving patient safety by identifying side effects from introducing bar coding in medication administration
ES Patterson, RI Cook, ML Render
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 9 (5), 540-553, 2002
4852002
Understanding the complexity of registered nurse work in acute care settings
PR Ebright, ES Patterson, BA Chalko, ML Render
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 33 (12), 630-638, 2003
4642003
Can we ever escape from data overload? A cognitive systems diagnosis
DD Woods, ES Patterson, EM Roth
Cognition, Technology & Work 4 (1), 22-36, 2002
3342002
Patient handoffs: standardized and reliable measurement tools remain elusive
ES Patterson, RL Wears
The joint commission journal on quality and patient safety 36 (2), 52-61, 2010
3282010
Exploring barriers and facilitators to the use of computerized clinical reminders
JJ Saleem, ES Patterson, L Militello, ML Render, G Orshansky, SM Asch
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 12 (4), 438-447, 2005
2962005
Improving handoffs in the emergency department
DS Cheung, JJ Kelly, C Beach, RP Berkeley, RA Bitterman, RI Broida, ...
Annals of emergency medicine 55 (2), 171-180, 2010
2902010
Themes surrounding novice nurse near-miss and adverse-event situations
PR Ebright, L Urden, E Patterson, B Chalko
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 34 (11), 531-538, 2004
2842004
Collaborative cross-checking to enhance resilience
ES Patterson, DD Woods, RI Cook, ML Render
Cognition, Technology & Work 9 (3), 155-162, 2007
2072007
Compliance with intended use of bar code medication administration in acute and long-term care: an observational study
ES Patterson, ML Rogers, RJ Chapman, ML Render
Human factors 48 (1), 15-22, 2006
2052006
Voice loops as coordination aids in space shuttle mission control
ES Patterson, DD Woods
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 8 (4), 353-371, 1999
1931999
Cognitive engineering: issues in user-centered system design
EM Roth, ES Patterson, RJ Mumaw
Encyclopedia of software engineering 2, 163-179, 2002
1782002
Shift changes, updates, and the on-call architecture in space shuttle mission control
ES Patterson, DD Woods
Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) 10 (3), 317-346, 2001
1672001
Information flow during crisis management: challenges to coordination in the emergency operations center
LG Militello, ES Patterson, L Bowman, R Wears
Cognition, Technology & Work 9 (1), 25-31, 2007
1592007
How unexpected events produce an escalation of cognitive and coordinative demands
DD Woods, ES Patterson
PA Hancock, & PA Desmond, Stress, workload, and fatigue. Mahwah, NJ: L. Erlbaum, 2001
1562001
Predicting vulnerabilities in computer-supported inferential analysis under data overload
ES Patterson, EM Roth, DD Woods
Cognition, Technology & Work 3 (4), 224-237, 2001
1482001
Human factors barriers to the effective use of ten HIV clinical reminders
ES Patterson, AD Nguyen, JP Halloran, SM Asch
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 11 (1), 50-59, 2004
1462004
Identifying barriers to the effective use of clinical reminders: bootstrapping multiple methods
ES Patterson, BN Doebbeling, CH Fung, L Militello, S Anders, SM Asch
Journal of biomedical informatics 38 (3), 189-199, 2005
1412005
Structuring flexibility: the potential good, bad and ugly in standardisation of handovers
ES Patterson
BMJ Quality & Safety 17 (1), 4-5, 2008
1262008
Evaluation of a physician informatics tool to improve patient handoffs
ME Flanagan, ES Patterson, RM Frankel, BN Doebbeling
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 16 (4), 509-515, 2009
1032009
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