Education and Training
- University of Texas, Austin, Ph.D. 2002
Background and Objective Teamwork may affect clinical care in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) setting.
BACKGROUND: The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations is proposing that hospitals measure culture beginning in 2007.
Improving the resiliency of healthcare workers is a national imperative, driven in part by healthcare workers having minimal exposure to the skills and culture to achieve work-life balance (WLB).
OBJECTIVES: Key validated clinical metrics are being used individually and in aggregate (Baby-MONITOR) to monitor the performance of neonatal intensive care units (NICUs).
Background: Executive walk rounds (EWRs) are a widely used but unstudied activity designed to improve safety culture in hospitals.
BACKGROUND: Executive walk rounds (EWRs) are a widely used but unstudied activity designed to improve safety culture in hospitals.
BACKGROUND: Quality improvement efforts are inextricably linked to the readiness of healthcare workers to take them on.
© 2009 R. Key Dismukes. All right reserved. The present study explores the relationship between self reported perceptions of airline organizational culture variables, and pilot performance during regularly scheduled passenger flights.