Tom W Reader
Tom W Reader
Associate Professor, London School of Economics
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Non-technical skills in the intensive care unit
T Reader, R Flin, K Lauche, BH Cuthbertson
British Journal of Anaesthesia 96 (5), 551-559, 2006
Developing a team performance framework for the intensive care unit
TW Reader, R Flin, K Mearns, BH Cuthbertson
Critical care medicine 37 (5), 1787-1793, 2009
Interdisciplinary communication in the intensive care unit
TW Reader, R Flin, K Mearns, BH Cuthbertson
British journal of anaesthesia 98 (3), 347-352, 2007
Communication skills and error in the intensive care unit
TW Reader, R Flin, BH Cuthbertson
Current opinion in critical care 13 (6), 732-736, 2007
Patient complaints in healthcare systems: a systematic review and coding taxonomy
TW Reader, A Gillespie, J Roberts
BMJ quality & safety 23 (8), 678-689, 2014
Organizational support and safety outcomes: An un-investigated relationship?
KJ Mearns, T Reader
Safety science 46 (3), 388-397, 2008
Aviation and healthcare: a comparative review with implications for patient safety
N Kapur, A Parand, T Soukup, T Reader, N Sevdalis
JRSM open 7 (1), 2054270415616548, 2015
Patient neglect in healthcare institutions: a systematic review and conceptual model
TW Reader, A Gillespie
BMC Health Services Research 13 (1), 156, 2013
Burnout in the ICU: potential consequences for staff and patient well-being
TW Reader, BH Cuthbertson, J Decruyenaere
Intensive care medicine 34 (1), 4-6, 2008
Development of a methodology for understanding and enhancing safety culture in Air Traffic Management
K Mearns, B Kirwan, TW Reader, J Jackson, R Kennedy, R Gordon
Safety science 53, 123-133, 2013
Safety san frontières: an international safety culture model
TW Reader, MC Noort, S Shorrock, B Kirwan
Risk Analysis 35, 770-789, 2015
The Deepwater Horizon explosion: non-technical skills, safety culture, and system complexity
TW Reader, P O'Connor
Journal of risk research 17, 405-424, 2014
Team leadership in the intensive care unit: the perspective of specialists
TW Reader, R Flin, BH Cuthbertson
Critical Care Medicine 39 (7), 1683-1691, 2011
The relationship between national culture and safety culture: implications for international safety culture assessments
M Noort, TW Reader, S Shorrock, B Kirwan
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2016
Team situation awareness and the anticipation of patient progress during ICU rounds
TW Reader, R Flin, K Mearns, BH Cuthbertson
BMJ Quality & Safety 20 (12), 1035-1042, 2011
Organizational support for the workforce and employee safety citizenship behaviors: A social exchange relationship
TW Reader, K Mearns, C Lopes, J Kuha
Human Relations, 2017
The Healthcare Complaints Analysis tool: development and reliability testing of a method for service monitoring and organisational learning
A Gillespie, TW Reader
BMJ Quality and Safety, 2016
Insights from Societal Psychology: The contextual politics of change
C Howarth, C Campbell, F Cornish, B Franks, L Garcia-Lorenzo, ...
PsychOpen, 2013
Teamwork and team training in the ICU: Where do the similarities with aviation end?
TW Reader, BH Cuthbertson
Critical Care 15 (6), 313, 2011
Patient-Centered Insights: Using Healthcare Complaints to Reveal Hotspots and Blindspots in Quality and Safety
A Gillespie, TW Reader
The Milbank Quarterly, 2018
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