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Predictors of Satisfaction With Doctor and Nurse Communication: A National Study.
Mcfarland, D. C., Shen, M. J., & Holcombe, R. F. (2016).
Effects of nursing unit spatial layout on nursing team communication patterns, quality of care, and patient safety
, Ying Hua, PhD; Franklin Becker, PhD; Teri Wurmser, PhD, MPH, RN; Jane Bliss-Holtz, DNSc, RN-BC; and Christine Hedges, PhD, RN.
How to talk to doctors – A guide for effective communication
K. Curtis RN, BN, GRAD DIP CRIT CARE, MsNurs (Hons), PhD, A. Tzannes , MBBS, FRACEM & T. Rudge RN, RMHN(NSW), BA, PhD, (2011).
Interprofessional information work: Innovations in the use of the chart on internal medicine teams
Lorelei Lingard, Lesley Gotlib Conn,Ann Russell, Scott Reeves, Karen-Lee Miller, Chris Kenaszchuk, Merrick Zwarenstein, (2007).
Investigating the Effect of Nurse – Team Communication on Nurse Turnover: Relationships among communication processes, Identification, and intent to Leave
Julie Apker and Kathleen M. Propp, Wendy S. Zabava Ford, (2009).
Network analysis of team communication in a busy emergency department
P Daniel Patterson, Anthony J Pfeiffer, Matthew D Weaver, David Krackhardt, Robert M Arnold, Donald M Yealy, and Judith R Lave, (2013).
Patient perspectives on communication with the medical team: Pilot study using the communication assessment toolteam (CAT‐T).
Mercer LM, Tanabe P, Pang PS, Gisondi MA, Courtney DM, Engel KG, Donlan SM, Adams JG, & Makoul G.(2008).
Trauma patients' encounters with the team in the emergency department‐‐A qualitative study.
Wiman E, Wikblad K, & Idvall E. (2007).
Group cohesion and nurse satisfaction: Examination of a team‐building approach.
DiMeglio K, Padula C, Piatek C, Korber S, Barrett A, Ducharme M, Lucas S, Piermont N, Joyal E, DeNicola V, & Corry K. (2005).
Team training: implications for emergency and critical care pediatrics. Current opinion in pediatrics.
Eppich W, Brannen M, & Hunt E.(2008).
Toward a definition of teamwork in emergency medicine.
Fernandez R, Kozlowski SWJ, Shapiro MJ, & Salas E. (2008).
SBAR: A shared mental model for improving communication between clinicians.
Haig KM, Sutton S, & Whittington J. (2006).
The human factor: The critical importance of effective teamwork and communication in providing safe care.
Leonard M, Graham S, Bonacum D. (2004)
An exploration of the handover process of critically ill patients between nursing staff from the emergency department and the intensive care unit.
McFetridge B, Gillespie M, Goode D, & Melby V. (2007).
Improving teamwork: Impact of structured interdisciplinary rounds on a hospitalist unit.
O'Leary KJ, Haviley C, Slade ME, Shah HM, Lee J, Williams MV. (2011)
Team assignment system: Expediting emergency department care.
Patel PB, & Vinson DR. (2005).
The potential for improved teamwork to reduce medical errors in the emergency department. The MedTeams Research Consortium.
Risser DT, Rice MM, Salisbury ML, Simon R, Jay GD, & Berns SD. (1999).
Promoting teamwork: An eventbased approach to simulation‐based teamwork training for emergency medicine residents.
Rosen MA, Salas E, Wu TS, Silvestri S, Lazzara E, Lyons R, Weaver S, & King H. (2008).
Markers for enhancing team cognition in complex environments: The power of team performance diagnosis.
Salas E, Rosen MA, Burke CS, et al. (2007).
Error, stress, and teamwork in medicine and aviation: cross sectional surveys.
Sexton JB, Thomas EJ, Helmreich RL. (2000).
Enhancing patient safety: Improving the patient handoff process through appreciative inquiry.
Shendell‐Falik N, Feinson M, & Mohr B. (2007).
Implications of nurse‐physician relations: report of a successful intervention.
Tschannen D, Keenan G, Aebersold M, Kocan MJ, Lundy F, Averhart V. (2011).
Interprofessional communication and medical error: A reframing of research questions and approaches.
Varpio L, Hall P, Lingard L, & Schryer CF. (2008).
Effect of a multidisciplinary intervention on communication and collaboration among physicians and nurses.
Vazirani S, Hays RD, Shapiro MF, Cowan M. (2005).
Palliative and emergency medicine: Teamwork through communication.
Wiese CHR, Bartels U, Geyer A, Graf BM, & Hanekop GG. (2007).
Nurse physician workplace collaboration.
Lindeke LL, & Sieckert AM. (2005).
A program to improve communication and collaboration between nurses and medical residents.
McCaffrey R.G., Hayes R., Stuart W., Cassell A., Farrell C., Miller-Reyes C., & Donaldson A. (2010).
Team-based learning: A strategy for interprofessional collaboration.
Rider EA, & Brashers V. (2006).
Communication skills competencies: Definitions and a teaching toolbox.
Rider EA, & Keefer CH. (2006).
Does Team Training Improve Team Performance?
Salas Eduardo, DiazGranados E, Klein C, Burke CS, StagI KC, Goodwin GF, & Halpin SM. (2008).
Does Team Training Work? Principles for Health Care.
Salas, E, DiazGranados D, Weaver SJ, & King H. (2008).
Enhancing interdisciplinary collaboration in primary healthcare.
Sharp, M. (2006).
‘Core Teams’: Nurse-physician partnerships provide patient centered care at an Iowa practice.
Sinsky, CA., Sinsky, TA, Althaus, D, Tranel, J, & Thiltgen, M. (2010).
Does teamwork improve performance in the operating room? A multilevel evaluation.
Weaver SJ, Rosen MA, DiazGranados D, Lazzara EH, Lyons R, Salas E, Knych SA, McKeever M, Adler L, Barker M & King HB. (2010).
Collaboration, credibility, compassion, and coordination: Professional nurse communication skill sets in health care team interaction.
Apker J., Propp K.M., Zabava-Ford W.S., & Hofmeister N. (2006).
Enhancing Collaborative Communication of Nurse and Physician Leadership in Two Intensive Care Units.
Boyle, D., Kochinda, C. (2004).
Team effectiveness in academic primary health care teams.
Delva D., Jamieson M, & Lemieux M. (2008).
A Review of Instruments Measuring Nurse-Physician Collaboration.
Dougherty, M., & Larson, E. (2005).
The Schwartz Center Rounds: Evaluation of an Interdisciplinary Approach to Enhancing Patient-Centered Communication, Teamwork, and Provider Support.
Lown B, Manning C. (2010).
Building research relationships with managed care organizations: issues and strategies.
Lein C, Collins C, Lyles JS, Hillman D, Smith RC.
Training residents and nurses to work as patient-centered care team on a medical ward.
Laird-Fick S, Solomon D, Jodoin C, Dwamena F, Alexander k, Rawsthorne L, Banker T, Gourineni N, Aloka F, Frankel R, Smith RC.
Overcoming challenges to teamwork in patient-centered medical homes: a qualitative study.
O'Malley AS, Gourevitch R, Draper K, Bond A, Tirodkar MA (2015).
A Missed Opportunity to Improve Patient Satisfaction? Patient Perceptions of Inpatient Communication With Their Primary Care Physician.
"Improving patient satisfaction is a major focus of hospitals. Patient satisfaction could be driven by patient perception of hospital team communication with their primary care physician (PCP). A retrospective mixed methods approach was used to characterize the relationship between patient satisfaction and patient perception of hospital team-PCP communication..."
Citations: Adams, D. R., Flores, A., Coltri, A., Meltzer, D. O., & Arora, V. M. (2015). A Missed Opportunity to Improve Patient Satisfaction? Patient Perceptions of Inpatient Communication With Their Primary Care Physician.
American Journal of Medical Quality
, 31(6), 568-576. doi:10.1177/1062860615593339
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