Jan B. Schmutz
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Do team processes really have an effect on clinical performance? A systematic literature review
J Schmutz, T Manser
British Journal of Anaesthesia 110 (4), 529-544, 2013
Five steps to develop checklists for evaluating clinical performance: an integrative approach
J Schmutz, WJ Eppich, F Hoffmann, E Heimberg, T Manser
Academic Medicine 89 (7), 996-1005, 2014
Effective coordination in medical emergency teams: The moderating role of task type
J Schmutz, F Hoffmann, E Heimberg, T Manser
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 24 (5), 761-776, 2015
Promoting learning and patient care through shared reflection: a conceptual framework for team reflexivity in health care
JB Schmutz, WJ Eppich
Academic Medicine 92 (11), 1555-1563, 2017
Measuring spatial presence: Introducing and validating the pictorial presence SAM
D Weibel, J Schmutz, O Pahud, B Wissmath
Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments 24 (1), 44-61, 2015
Infectious risk moments: a novel, human factors–informed approach to infection prevention
L Clack, J Schmutz, T Manser, H Sax
Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology 35 (8), 1051-1055, 2014
Being present in more than one place at a time? Patterns of mental self-localization
B Wissmath, D Weibel, J Schmutz, FW Mast
Consciousness and cognition 20 (4), 1808-1815, 2011
Reflection in the heat of the moment: The role of in‐action team reflexivity in health care emergency teams
JB Schmutz, Z Lei, WJ Eppich, T Manser
Journal of Organizational Behavior 39 (6), 749-765, 2018
Structured performance assessment in three pediatric emergency scenarios: a validation study
J Schmutz, T Manser, J Keil, E Heimberg, F Hoffmann
The Journal of pediatrics 166 (6), 1498-1504. e1, 2015
Training needs for adaptive coordination: utilizing task analysis to identify coordination requirements in three different clinical settings
S Henrickson Parker, JB Schmutz, T Manser
Group & Organization Management 43 (3), 504-527, 2018
Twelve tips for integrating team reflexivity into your simulation-based team training
JB Schmutz, M Kolbe, WJ Eppich
Medical teacher 40 (7), 721-727, 2018
Verhalten ist messbar: Behavioural Marker Systeme und Kompetenzentwicklung
T Manser, J Perry, J Schmutz
Simulation in der Medizin, 169-180, 2013
The importance of non‐technical performance for teams managing postpartum haemorrhage: video review of 99 obstetric teams
L Brogaard, O Kierkegaard, L Hvidman, KR Jensen, P Musaeus, ...
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 126 (8), 1015-1023, 2019
Teamwork in Healthcare Organizations
J Schmutz, A Welp, M Kolbe
Management Innovations for Healthcare Organizations: Adopt, Abandon Or Adapt …, 2016
Investigating predictive power of agency and communion for interprofessional learner outcomes: A before–after study
MJ Kerry, E Heimberg, JB Schmutz
Journal of interprofessional care 31 (6), 789-792, 2017
How effective is teamwork really? The relationship between teamwork and performance in healthcare teams: a systematic review and meta-analysis
JB Schmutz, LL Meier, T Manser
BMJ open 9 (9), e028280, 2019
Speaking up in defence of teamwork training towards patient safety: a response
MJ Kerry, JB Schmutz, WJ Eppich
A Strategic Core Role Perspective on Team Coordination: Benefits of Centralized Leadership for Managing Task Complexity in the Operating Room
S Pasarakonda, G Grote, JB Schmutz, J Bogdanovic, M Guggenheim, ...
Human Factors, 0018720820906041, 2020
Social and organizational factors affecting biosafety compliance in animal facilities: An integrative analysis of safety rules within the system
P Jirkof, JB Schmutz
Safety Science 118, 538-550, 2019
When I say… team reflexivity
JB Schmutz, WJ Eppich
Medical education 53 (6), 545-546, 2019
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