Publications

  1. Frankel AS, Adair KC, Sexton JB (June 2019). Speaking up for Patient Safety: What They Don’t Tell You in Training About Feedback and Burnout. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Patient Safety Network. https://psnet.ahrq.gov/webmm/case/479
  2. Sexton JB, Adair KC. Forty-five good things: a prospective pilot study of the Three Good Things well-being intervention in the USA for healthcare worker emotional exhaustion, depression, work–life balance and happiness
  3. Hadley A, Adair K, Rehder K, Sexton J. 114: Disruptive Behaviors In The Healthcare Setting And Their Effect On Safety Culture. Critical Care Medicine. 2019 Jan 1;47(1):40.
  4. Turner DA., Bae J, Cheely G, Milne J, Owens TA, Kuhn CM. Improving Resident and Fellow Engagement in Patient Safety Through a Graduate Medical Education Incentive Program. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2018 10:6, 671-675
  5. Adair K. C., Quow, K., Frankel, A., Mosca, P. J., Profit, J., Hadley, A., … & Sexton, J. B. (2018). The Improvement Readiness scale of the SCORE survey: a metric to assess capacity for quality improvement in healthcare. BMC health services research, 18(1), 975.
  6. Schwartz, S. P. Adair, K. C., Bae, J. B., Rehder, K. J., Shanafelt, T., Profit, J., & Sexton, J. B (2019). Work-life balance behaviors cluster in work-settings and relate to burnout and safety culture: A cross-sectional survey analysis. BMJ Quality and Safety.
  7. Frush, K., Chamness, C., Olson, B., Hyde, S., Nordlund, C., Phillips, H., and Holman, R. (July 2018). National Quality Program Achieves Improvements in Safety Culture and Reduction in Preventable Harms in Community Hospitals. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 44(7), 389-400.
  8. Sexton, JB, Adair, KC, Leonard, MW, Frankel, TC, Proulx, J, Watson, SR, Magnus, B, Bogan, B, Jamal, M, Schwendimann, R, and Frankel, AS. Providing feedback following Leadership WalkRounds is associated with better patient safety culture, higher employee engagement and lower burnout. Bmj Quality & Safety 27, no. 4 (April 2018): 261-270. 
  9. Benjamin, L., Frush, K., Shaw, K., Shook, J.E., Snow, S.K., Wright, J., … & Nelson, N. (March 2018). Pediatric Medication Safety in the Emergency Department.  Annals of Emergency Medicine, 71(3), e17-e24. Also Pediatrics, 141(3), e20174066-e20174066.
  10. Schwartz, S. P., Rehder, K. J., & Turner, D. A. (February 2018) Transporting Critically Ill Children—Are We All on the Same Page? Pediatric Critical Care Medicine19(2), 172-173.
  11. Schwartz, S., Adair, K., Rehder, K., Bae, J., Shanafelt, T., & Sexton, J. (January 2018). 1271: The Relationship Between Work-life Balance Behaviors And Teamwork, Safety, And Burnout Climates. Critical Care Medicine46(1), 619.
  12. Kamath, S., Rehder, K., Uhl, T., Heath, T., Daley, C., & Cheifetz, I. (2018). 1315: Variation In Analgesia/sedation Practices By Time Of Day In A Pediatric Intensive Care UnitCritical Care Medicine46(1), 641.
  13. Rice, H. E., Lou-Meda, R., Saxton, A. T., Johnston, B. E., Ramirez, C. C., Mendez, S., … & Milne, J. (2018). Building a safety culture in global health: lessons from GuatemalaBMJ global health3(2), e000630.
  14. Adair, KC, Fredrickson, BL, Castro-Schilo, L, Kim, S, and Sidberry, S. Present with You: Does Cultivated Mindfulness Predict Greater Social Connection Through Gains in Decentering and Reductions in Negative Emotions? Mindfulness, 9 no.3 (2018): 737-749.
  15. Adair, KC, Boulton, AJ, and Algoe, SB. The Effect of Mindfulness on Relationship Satisfaction via Perceived Responsiveness: Findings from a Dyadic Study of Heterosexual Romantic Partners. Mindfulness, 9, no. 2 (2018): 597-609.
  16. Adair, K. C., & Sexton, J. B. (2018). Looking forward and backwards the good: The Three Good Things and Looking Forward Tools for resilience. Conditionally accepted at the Journal of Positive Psychology.
  17. Ruopp, MD, Boggan, JC, Holland, TL, Stillwagon, MJ, Govert, JA, and Bae, JG. (October 16, 2017). Missing the Mark: Inaccuracy of administrative data in identification of hospitalized patients with pneumonia and results of a systematic clinical reclassification process on readmission rates. Journal of Hospital Administration, 6 (6), 35-35.
  18. Sexton, J. B., Adair, K. C., Frankel, A., Christensen, T., Leonard, M., Watson, S., & Bogan, B. (October 9, 2017). Providing feedback following leadership walkrounds is associated with better patient safety culture, higher employee engagement, and lower burnout. BMJ Quality and Safety, 27, 261-270.
  19. Tawfik, DS, Sexton, JB, Adair, KC, Kaplan, HC, and Profit, J. (September 2017). Culture & Context in Quality of Care: Improving Teamwork and Resilience. Clinics in perinatology, 44(3), 541-552.
  20. Profit, J, Sharek, PJ, Kan, P, Rigdon, J, Desai, M, Nisbet, CC, Tawfik, DS, Thomas, EJ, Lee, HC, and Sexton, JB. (August 2017) Teamwork in the NICU Setting and Its Association with Health Care-Associated Infections in Very Low-Birth-Weight Infants. American Journal of Perinatology, 34(10), 1032-1040.
  21. Sexton, JB, Schwartz, SP, Chadwick, WA, Rehder, KJ, Bae, J, Bokovoy, J, Doram, K, Sotile, W, Adair, KC, and Profit, J. (August 2017). The associations between work-life balance behaviours, teamwork climate and safety climate: cross-sectional survey introducing the work-life climate scale, psychometric properties, benchmarking data and future directions. BMJ Quality & Safety, 26(8),    632-640.
  22. Tawfik, DS, Phibbs, CS, Sexton, JB, Kan, P, Sharek, PJ, Nisbet, CC, Rigdon, J, Trockel, M, and Profit, J. (May 2017). Factors Associated With Provider Burnout in the NICU. Pediatrics, 139(5).
  23. Boggan, JC, Swaminathan, A, Thomas, S, Simel, DL, Zaas, AK, and Bae, JG. (April 2017) Improving Timely Resident Follow-Up and Communication of Results in Ambulatory Clinics Utilizing a Web-Based Audit and Feedback Module. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 9(2), 195-200.
  24. Elmariah, H, Thomas, S, Boggan, JC, Zaas, A, and Bae, J. (March 2017). The Burden of Burnout. American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality, 32(2), 156-162.
  25. O’Donnell, C, Thomas, S, Johnson, C, Verma, L, Bae, J, and Gallagher, D. (March 2017). Incorporating Patient Acuity Rating Score Into Patient Handoffs and the Correlation With Rapid Responses and Unexpected ICU Transfers. American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality, 32(2) 122-128.
  26. Tawfik, DS, Sexton, JB, Kan, P, Sharek, PJ, Nisbet, CC, Rigdon, J, Lee, HC, and Profit, J. (March 2017). Burnout in the neonatal intensive care unit and its relation to healthcare-associated infections. Journal of perinatology : official journal of the California Perinatal Association 37(3), 315-320.
  27. Doram, K, Chadwick, W, Bokovoy, J, Profit, J, Sexton, JD, and Sexton, JB. (February 11, 2017): Got spirit? The spiritual climate scale, psychometric properties, benchmarking data and future directions.  BMC health services research, 17 (1) 132.
  28. Frush, K, Phillips, H, Nordlund, C, and Holman, R. (January 1, 2017). Healthcare Affiliation Networks: A Unique Quality Partnership to Aid in Making Communities Healthier.  Journal for Healthcare Quality, 39(4), 243-248.
  29. Clay, A. S., Knudsen, N., Li, B., Scialla, T., Rehder, K., Blessing, R., & Li, H. J. (2017). Urgent And Emergent Medical Conditions: Entrustment Decisions At The End Of Medical School. In A23. EMERGING STRATEGIES TO TRAIN MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS (pp. A1104-A1104). American Thoracic Society.
  30. Sexton, J. B., Schwartz, S. P., Chadwick, W. A., Rehder, K. J., Bae, J., Bokovoy, J., … & Profit, J. (December 22, 2016). The associations between work–life balance behaviours, teamwork climate and safety climate: cross-sectional survey introducing the work–life climate scale, psychometric properties, benchmarking data and future directionsBMJ Qual Saf26(8), 632-640.
  31. Schwartz, S. P., & Rehder, K. J. (September 27, 2016). Quality improvement in pediatrics: past, present, and futurePediatric research.
  32. Haerkens, MH, van Leeuwen, W, Sexton, JB, Pickkers, P, and van der Hoeven, JG. “Validation of the Dutch language version of the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire (SAQ-NL).” BMC health services research 16, no. a (August 15, 2016): 385-.  Full Text
  33. Rehder, K. J., & Turner, D. A. (July 2016). Well-“Rounded” Medical Teams—What Does It Take? Pediatric critical care medicine17(7), 701-702.
  34. Broderick-Forsgren, K, Hunter, WG, Schulteis, RD, Liu, W-W, Boggan, JC, Sharma, P, Thomas, S, Zaas, A, and Bae, J. (May 2016). Doctor Who? A Quality Improvement Project to Assess and Improve Patients’ Knowledge of Their Inpatient Physicians.  Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 8(2), 197-201.
  35. Sanders, R. C., Nett, S. T., Davis, K. F., Parker, M. M., Bysani, G. K., Adu-Darko, M., … & Giuliano, J. S. (March 7, 2016). Family presence during pediatric tracheal intubationsJAMA pediatrics170(3), e154627-e154627.
  36. Fan, CJ, Pawlik, TM, Daniels, T, Vernon, N, Banks, K, Westby, P, Wick, EC, Sexton, JB, and Makary, MA. “Association of Safety Culture with Surgical Site Infection Outcomes.” Journal of the American College of Surgeons 222, no. 2 (February 2016): 122-128.  Full Text
  37. Schwartz, S., Frankel, A., Rehder, K., Leonard, M., Frankel, T., Watson, S., … & Sexton, J. (2016). 1255: Central Line-associated Bloodstream Infection Rates Associated With ICU Teamwork ClimateCritical Care Medicine44(12), 389.
  38. Rehder, K. J., Giuliano, J. S., Napolitano, N., Turner, D. A., Nuthall, G., Nadkarni, V. M., & Nishisaki, A. (December 2015). Increased Occurrence of Tracheal Intubation–Associated Events During Nights and Weekends in the PICUCritical care medicine43(12), 2668-2674.
  39. Sullivan, B, Ming, D, Boggan, JC, Schulteis, RD, Thomas, S, Choi, J, and Bae, J. (December 2015). An evaluation of physician predictions of discharge on a general medicine service. Journal of hospital medicine, 10(12), 808-810.
  40. Mercer, T, Bae, J, Kipnes, J, Velazquez, M, Thomas, S, and Setji, N. (July 2015). The highest utilizers of care: individualized care plans to coordinate care, improve healthcare service utilization, and reduce costs at an academic tertiary care center. Journal of hospital medicine, 10(7), 419-424.
  41. Johnson, DP, Zimmerman, K, Staples, B, McGann, KA, Frush, K, and Turner, DA. (March 2015). Multicenter development, implementation, and patient safety impacts of a simulation-based module to teach handovers to pediatric residents. Hospital pediatrics, 5(3), 154-159.
  42. Gupta, RT, Sexton, JB, Milne, J, and Frush, DP. (January 2015). Practice and quality improvement: successful implementation of TeamSTEPPS tools into an academic interventional ultrasound practice.  American journal of roentgenology, 204(1), 105-110.
  43. Breuer, R. K., Taicher, B., Turner, D. A., Cheifetz, I. M., & Rehder, K. J. (2015). Standardizing postoperative PICU handovers improves handover metrics and patient outcomesPediatric Critical Care Medicine16(3), 256-263.
  44. Adair, K. C., & Fredrickson, B. L (2015). Be open: Mindfulness predicts reduced motivated perception. Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 83, 189-201.
  45. Profit, J, Sharek, PJ, Amspoker, AB, Kowalkowski, MA, Nisbet, CC, Thomas, EJ, Chadwick, WA, and Sexton, JB. “Burnout in the NICU setting and its relation to safety culture.” Bmj Quality & Safety 23, no. 10 (October 2014): 806-813.  Full Text
  46. Sexton, JB, Sharek, PJ, Thomas, EJ, Gould, JB, Nisbet, CC, Amspoker, AB, Kowalkowski, MA, Schwendimann, R, and Profit, J. “Exposure to Leadership WalkRounds in neonatal intensive care units is associated with a better patient safety culture and less caregiver burnout.” Bmj Quality & Safety 23, no. 10 (October 2014): 814-822.
  47. Boggan, JC, Cheely, G, Shah, BR, Heffelfinger, R, Springall, D, Thomas, SM, Zaas, A, and Bae, J. (September 2014) A Novel Approach to Practice-Based Learning and Improvement Using a Web-Based Audit and Feedback Module. Journal of Graduate Medical Education, 6(3), 541-546.
  48. Li, S., Rehder, K. J., Giuliano Jr, J. S., Apkon, M., Kamat, P., Nadkarni, V. M., … & National Emergency Airway Registry for Children (NEAR4KIDS) Investigators and Pediatric Acute Lung Injury and Sepsis Investigator (PALISI) Network Investigators. (August 20, 2014). Development of a Quality Improvement Bundle to Reduce Tracheal Intubation–Associated Events in Pediatric ICUsAmerican Journal of Medical Quality31(1), 47-55.
  49. Higgerson, R. A., Olsho, L. E., Christie, L. M., Rehder, K., Doksum, T., Gedeit, R., … & Randolph, A. G. (July 2014). Variability in IRBs regarding parental acceptance of passive consent. Pediatrics, peds-2013.
  50. Rehder, K. J., Cheifetz, I. M., Willson, D. F., & Turner, D. A. (January 2014). Perceptions of 24/7 in-hospital intensivist coverage on pediatric housestaff educationPediatrics133(1), 88-95.
  51. Yanamadala, M, Hawley, J, Sloane, R, Bae, JG, Heflin, M, and Buhr, G. (2014). Can graduate medical education trainees learn clinical quality improvement principles through online modules? Journal of graduate medical education, 6(1), 147-150.
  52. Yanamadala, M., Hawley, J., Sloane, R., Bae, J., Heflin, M. T., & Buhr, G. T. (2014). Development and assessment of a web-based clinical quality improvement curriculumJournal of graduate medical education6(1), 147-150.
  53. George, AE, Frush, K, and Michener, JL. (November 2013). Developing physicians as catalysts for change.  Acad Med, 88(11), 1603-1605.
  54. Rehder, K., Cheifetz, I., & Turner, D. (October 2013). The Educational Impact of In-House Attending Coverage Models in the Pediatric ICU. Chest144(4), 760A.
  55. Schwendimann, R, Milne, J, Frush, K, Ausserhofer, D, Frankel, A, and Sexton, JB. (September 2013). A closer look at associations between hospital leadership walkrounds and patient safety climate and risk reduction: a cross-sectional study.  Am J Med Qual 28(5), 414-421.
  56. Saladino, L, Pickett, LC, Frush, K, Mall, A, and Champagne, MT. (April 2013). Evaluation of a nurse-led safety program in a critical care unit.  J Nurs Care Qual, 28(2), 139-146.
  57. Block, M, Ehrenworth, JF, Cuce, VM, Ng’Ang’A, N, Weinbach, J, Saber, S, Milic, M, Urgo, JA, Sokoli, D, Schlesinger, MD, and Sexton, JB. (January 1, 2013). Measuring handoff quality in labor and delivery: Development, validation, and application of the Coordination of Handoff Effectiveness Questionnaire (CHEQ). Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 39(5), 213-220.
  58. Schwendimann, R, Zimmermann, N, Küng, K, Ausserhofer, D, and Sexton, B. (January 2013). Variation in safety culture dimensions within and between US and Swiss Hospital Units: an exploratory study. Bmj Quality & Safety, 22(1), 32-41.
  59. Zimmermann, N, Küng, K, Sereika, SM, Engberg, S, Sexton, B, and Schwendimann, R. (January 2013). Assessing the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire (SAQ), German language version in Swiss university hospitals–a validation study. BMC health services research 13 347-.
  60. Saladino, L, Pickett, LC, Frush, K, Mall, A, and Champagne, MT. Evaluation of a nurse-led safety program in a critical care unit.  Journal of Nursing Care Quality 28, no. 2 (2013): 139-146.
  61. Turner, K, Frush, K, Hueckel, R, Relf, MV, Thornlow, D, and Champagne, MT. (2013). Implementation of the Josie King care journal in a pediatric intensive care unit: A quality improvement project.  Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28(3), 257-264.
  62. Daugherty, EL, Paine, LA, Maragakis, LL, Sexton, JB, and Rand, CS. (December 2012). Safety Culture and Hand Hygiene: Linking Attitudes to Behavior. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, 33(12), 1280-1282.
  63. Rehder, K., Turner, D., Williford, W., & Cheifetz, I. (December 2012). Respiratory Therapy Participation in Rounds Improves Accuracy of Data Presentation.  Critical Care Medicine40(12), 1-328.
  64. Bae, J, Owens, T, Ferranti, JM, Gilbert, W, Stashko, I, Willis, E, Barros, T, and Horvath, MM. (November 5, 2012). Development of a Real-Time General Medicine 30-Day Readmissions Notification System.  Journal of Hospital Administration 2(1).
  65. Marsteller, JA, Sexton, JB, Hsu, Y-J, Hsiao, C-J, Holzmueller, CG, Pronovost, PJ, and Thompson, DA. “A multicenter, phased, cluster-randomized controlled trial to reduce central line-associated bloodstream infections in intensive care units*.” Critical Care Medicine 40, no. 11 (November 2012): 2933-2939.
  66. Lyndon, A, Sexton, JB, Simpson, KR, Rosenstein, A, Lee, KA, and Wachter, RM. “Predictors of likelihood of speaking up about safety concerns in labour and delivery.” Bmj Quality & Safety 21, no. 9 (September 2012): 791-799.
  67. DeRienzo, CM, Frush, K, Barfield, ME, Gopwani, PR, Griffith, BC, Jiang, X, Mehta, AI, Papavassiliou, P, Rialon, KL, Stephany, AM, Zhang, T, Andolsek, KM, and Duke University Health System Graduate Medical Education Patient Safety and Quality Council. (April 2012). Handoffs in the era of duty hours reform: a focused review and strategy to address changes in the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education Common Program Requirements. Academic Medicine : Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 87(4), 403-410.
  68. Hueckel, RM, Mericle, JM, Frush, K, Martin, PL, and Champagne, MT. (April 2012). Implementation of condition help: family teaching and evaluation of family understanding.  Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 27(2), 176-181.
  69. Devriendt, E, Van den Heede, K, Coussement, J, Dejaeger, E, Surmont, K, Heylen, D, Schwendimann, R, Sexton, B, Wellens, NIH, Boonen, S, and Milisen, K. “Content validity and internal consistency of the Dutch translation of the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire: an observational study.” International Journal of Nursing Studies 49, no. 3 (March 2012): 327-337.
  70. Profit, J, Etchegaray, J, Petersen, LA, Sexton, JB, Hysong, SJ, Mei, M, and Thomas, EJ. “Neonatal intensive care unit safety culture varies widely.” ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD-FETAL AND NEONATAL EDITION 97, no. 2 (March 2012): F120-F126.
  71. Profit, J, Etchegaray, J, Petersen, LA, Sexton, JB, Hysong, SJ, Mei, M, and Thomas, EJ. “The Safety Attitudes Questionnaire as a tool for benchmarking safety culture in the NICU.” Archives of Disease in Childhood-Fetal and Neonatal. Edition 97, no. 2 (March 2012): F127-F132.
  72. Thomas, E, Mazzocco, K, Graham, S, Petitti, D, Fong, K, Bonacum, D, Brookey, J, Lasky, R, and Sexton, B. (January 1, 2012). An empiric study of surgical team behaviours, patient outcomes, and a programme based on its results. 261-282.
  73. Rehder, K. J., Uhl, T. L., Meliones, J. N., Turner, D. A., Smith, P. B., & Mistry, K. P. (January 2012). Targeted interventions improve shared agreement of daily goals in the pediatric intensive care unit. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine13(1), 6.
  74. Uddin, SG, Marsteller, JA, Sexton, JB, Will, SE, and Fox, HE. (2012). Provider Attitudes Toward Clinical Protocols in Obstetrics.  AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL QUALITY, 27(4), 335-340.
  75. Vigorito, MC, McNicoll, L, Adams, L, and Sexton, B. (November 2011). Improving safety culture results in Rhode Island ICUs: lessons learned from the development of action-oriented plans. Joint Commission journal on quality and patient safety, 37(11), 509-514.
  76. Paine, LA, Rosenstein, BJ, Sexton, JB, Kent, P, Holzmueller, CG, and Pronovost, PJ. (June 1, 2011). Republished paper: Assessing and improving safety culture throughout an academic medical centre: a prospective cohort study.  Postgraduate Medical Journal, 87, no. 1028 428-435.  Full Text
  77. Sexton, JB, Berenholtz, SM, Goeschel, CA, Watson, SR, Holzmueller, CG, Thompson, DA, Hyzy, RC, Marsteller, JA, Schumacher, K, and Pronovost, PJ. (May 2011). Assessing and improving safety climate in a large cohort of intensive care units. Critical Care Medicine 39(5), 934-939.
  78. Berenholtz, SM, Pham, JC, Thompson, DA, Needham, DM, Lubomski, LH, Hyzy, RC, Welsh, R, Cosgrove, SE, Sexton, JB, Colantuoni, E, Watson, SR, Goeschel, CA, and Pronovost, PJ. (April 2011). Collaborative cohort study of an intervention to reduce ventilator-associated pneumonia in the intensive care unit. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology 32(4), 305-314.
  79. Frush, K. (2011). Image gently: Is overuse of CT Scans in the ED harming our children?. Contemporary Pediatrics, 28(11), 24-32.
  80. Rehder, K., Cheifetz, I., & Turner, D. (2011). 61: In-house Attending Coverage Does Not Adversely Impact Pediatric Critical Care Fellow AutonomyCritical Care Medicine, 39(12), 18.
  81. Sirbaugh, PE, Diekema, DS, Shaw, KN, Ackerman, AD, Chun, TH, Conners, et al. (2011). Policy statement – Consent for emergency medical services for children and adolescents. Pediatrics, 128(2), 427-433.
  82. Hobgood, C, Sherwood, G, Frush, K, Hollar, D, Maynard, L, Foster, B, Sawning, S, Woodyard, D, Durham, C, Wright, M, Taekman, J, and Interprofessional Patient Safety Education Collaborative. (December 2010). Teamwork training with nursing and medical students: does the method matter? Results of an interinstitutional, interdisciplinary collaboration. Quality & Safety in Health Care, 19(6), e25-.
  83. Paine, LA, Rosenstein, BJ, Sexton, JB, Kent, P, Holzmueller, CG, and Pronovost, PJ. (December 2010). Assessing and improving safety culture throughout an academic medical centre: a prospective cohort study. Quality & safety in health care, 19(6), 547-554.
  84. Etchegaray, JM, Sexton, JB, Helmreich, RL, and Thomas, EJ. (June 2010). Job satisfaction ratings: measurement equivalence across nurses and physicians. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(4), 530-539.
  85. Huang, DT, Clermont, G, Kong, L, Weissfeld, LA, Sexton, JB, Rowan, KM, and Angus, DC. Intensive care unit safety culture and outcomes: a US multicenter study. International Journal for Quality in Health Care: Journal of the International Society for Quality in Health Care 22, no. 3 (June 2010): 151-161.
  86. Nordén-Hägg, A, Sexton, JB, Kälvemark-Sporrong, S, Ring, L, and Kettis-Lindblad, Å. (April 11, 2010). Assessing safety culture in pharmacies: the psychometric validation of the Safety Attitudes Questionnaire (SAQ) in a national sample of community pharmacies in Sweden. BMC clinical pharmacology, 10.
  87. Pronovost, PJ, Goeschel, CA, Colantuoni, E, Watson, S, Lubomski, LH, Berenholtz, SM, Thompson, DA, Sinopoli, DJ, Cosgrove, S, Sexton, JB, Marsteller, JA, Hyzy, RC, Welsh, R, Posa, P, Schumacher, K, and Needham, D. (February 4, 2010). Sustaining reductions in catheter related bloodstream infections in Michigan intensive care units: observational study. BMJ (Clinical research ed.) 340 c309-.
  88. Hodgins, H. S., Weiburst, K. S., Weinstein, N., Shiffman, S., Miller, A. Coombs, G., & Adair, K. C. (2010). The cost of self-protection: Threat response and performance as a function of autonomy and control motivation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 1115-1129.
  89. Thomas, E, Mazzocco, K, Graham, S, Petitti, D, Fong, K, Bonacum, D, Brookey, J, Lasky, R, and Sexton, B. (December 1, 2009). An empiric study of surgical team behaviours, patient outcomes, and a programme based on its results. 261-282.
  90. Sexton, JD, Pennebaker, JW, Holzmueller, CG, Wu, AW, Berenholtz, SM, Swoboda, SM, Pronovost, PJ, and Sexton, JB. (December 2009). Care for the caregiver: benefits of expressive writing for nurses in the United States. Progress in Palliative Care, 17(6), 307-312.
  91. Mazzocco, K, Petitti, DB, Fong, KT, Bonacum, D, Brookey, J, Graham, S, Lasky, RE, Sexton, JB, and Thomas, EJ. (May 2009). Surgical team behaviors and patient outcomes. American Journal of Surgery, 197(5), 678-685.
  92. Pronovost, PJ, Goeschel, CA, Olsen, KL, Pham, JC, Miller, MR, Berenholtz, SM, Sexton, JB, Marsteller, JA, Morlock, LL, Wu, AW, Loeb, JM, and Clancy, CM. (May 2009). Reducing health care hazards: lessons from the commercial aviation safety team. Health affairs (Project Hope), 28(3), w479-w489.
  93. Pronovost, PJ, Sexton, JB, Pham, JC, Goeschel, CA, Winters, BD, and Miller, MR. (March 2009). Measurement of quality and assurance of safety in the critically ill. Clinics in Chest Medicine, 30(1), 169-.
  94. Rodriguez-Paz, JM, Kennedy, M, Salas, E, Wu, AW, Sexton, JB, Hunt, EA, and Pronovost, PJ. (February 2009). Beyond “see one, do one, teach one”: toward a different training paradigm. Quality & safety in health care, 18(1), 63-68.
  95. Pronovost, PJ, Goeschel, CA, Marsteller, JA, Sexton, JB, Pham, JC, and Berenholtz, SM. (January 2009). Framework for patient safety research and improvement. Circulation 119, no. 2 330-337.
  96. Winters, BD, Gurses, AP, Lehmann, H, Sexton, JB, Rampersad, CJ, and Pronovost, PJ. (January 2009). Clinical review: checklists – translating evidence into practice. Critical Care (London, England) 13(6), 10-.
  97. Frush, K, Pleasants, J, Shulby, G, Hendrix, B, Berson, B, Gordon, C, and Cuffe, MS. (2009). Blending technology and teamwork for successful management of product recalls. Academic Medicine, 84(12) 1713-1718.
  98. Krug, SE, Bojko, T, Fein, JA, Fitzmaurice, LS, Frush, KS, Hampers, LC, et al. (2009). Joint policy statement – Guidelines for care of children in the emergency department.  Pediatrics, 124(4), 1233-1243.
  99. Frankel, A, Grillo, SP, Pittman, M, Thomas, EJ, Horowitz, L, Page, M, and Sexton, B. Revealing and resolving patient safety defects: the impact of leadership WalkRounds on frontline caregiver assessments of patient safety. Health Services Research 43, no. 6 (December 2008): 2050-2066.
  100. Nundy, S, Mukherjee, A, Sexton, JB, Pronovost, PJ, Knight, A, Rowen, LC, Duncan, M, Syin, D, and Makary, MA. Impact of preoperative briefings on operating room delays: a preliminary report. Archives of surgery (Chicago, Ill. : 1960) 143, no. 11 (November 2008): 1068-1072.
  101. Frush, KS. (November 2008). Fundamentals of a patient safety program. Pediatr Radiol, 38(4) S685-S689.
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  106. Block-Lerner, J., Adair, K. C., Plumb, J. C., Rhatigan, D. L., & Orsillo, S. M. (October 11, 2007). The case for mindfulness-based approaches in the cultivation of empathy: Does nonjudgmental present- moment awareness increase capacity for perspective-taking and empathic concern? Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 33, 501-515.
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  109. Makary, M. A., Al-Attar, A., Holzmueller, C. G., Sexton, J. B., Syin, D., Gilson, M. M., … & Pronovost, P. J. (June 28, 2007). Needlestick injuries among surgeons in trainingNew England Journal of Medicine356(26), 2693-2699.
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  111. Modak, I., Sexton, J. B., Lux, T. R., Helmreich, R. L., & Thomas, E. J. (January 2007). Measuring safety culture in the ambulatory setting: the safety attitudes questionnaire—ambulatory versionJournal of general internal medicine22(1), 1-5.
  112. Krug, SE, Bojko, T, Dolan, MA, Frush, KS, O’Malley, PJ, Sapien, RE, Shaw, KN, Shook, J, Sirbaugh, PE, Yamamoto, LG, Ball, J, Brown, K, Bullock, K, Kavanaugh, D, Mace, SE, Role, SE, Tuggle, DW, Turgel, T, and Tellez, S. (2007). Access to optimal emergency care for children.  Pediatrics, 119(1) 161-164.
  113. Luo, X, Cappelleri, JC, and Frush, K. (2007).A systematic review on the application of pharmacoepidemiology in assessing prescription drug-related adverse events in pediatrics. Current Medical Research and Opinion, 23(5), 1015-1024.
  114. Luo, X, Doherty, J, Cappelleri, JC, and Frush, K. (2007). Role of pharmacoepidemiology in evaluating prescription drug safety in pediatrics.  Current Medical Research and Opinion 23(11), 2607-2615.
  115. Thomas, E. J., Taggart, B., Crandell, S., Lasky, R. E., Williams, A. L., Love, L. J., … & Helmreich, R. L. (2007). Teaching teamwork during the Neonatal Resuscitation Program: a randomized trialJournal of Perinatology27(7), 409.
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  117. Rose, J. S., Thomas, C. S., Tersigni, A. R., Sexton, J. B., & Pryor, D. (August 2006) A leadership framework for culture change in health care. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety32(8), 433-442.
  118. Pronovost, P., Holzmueller, C. G., Needham, D. M., Sexton, J. B., Miller, M., Berenholtz, S., … & Winner, L. (July 2006). How will we know patients are safer? An organization-wide approach to measuring and improving safetyCritical care medicine34(7), 1988-1995.
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  120. Sexton, J. B., Holzmueller, C. G., Pronovost, P. J., Thomas, E. J., McFerran, S., Nunes, J., … & Fox, H. E. (June 15, 2006). Variation in caregiver perceptions of teamwork climate in labor and delivery unitsJournal of perinatology26(8), 463.err
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  122. Makary, M. A., Sexton, J. B., Freischlag, J. A., Holzmueller, C. G., Millman, E. A., Rowen, L., & Pronovost, P. J. (May 2006). Operating room teamwork among physicians and nurses: teamwork in the eye of the beholderJournal of the American College of Surgeons202(5), 746-752.
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  124. Sexton, J. B., Helmreich, R. L., Neilands, T. B., Rowan, K., Vella, K., Boyden, J., … & Thomas, E. J. (April 2006). The Safety Attitudes Questionnaire: psychometric properties, benchmarking data, and emerging researchBMC health services research6(1), 44.
  125. Frush, KS, Alton, M, and Frush, DP. (April 2006). Development and implementation of a hospital-based patient safety program.  Pediatric Radiology, 36(4), 291-298.
  126. Hunt, EA, Hohenhaus, SM, Luo, X, and Frush, KS. (March 2006). Simulation of pediatric trauma stabilization in 35 North Carolina emergency departments: identification of targets for performance improvement.  Pediatrics, 117(3), 641-648.
  127. Thomas, E. J., Sexton, J. B., Lasky, R. E., Helmreich, R. L., Crandell, D. S., & Tyson, J. (January 26, 2006). Teamwork and quality during neonatal care in the delivery room. Journal of Perinatology26(3), 163.
  128. Alton, M, Frush, K, Brandon, D, and Mericle, J. (2006). Development and Implementation of a Pediatric Patient Safety Program. Advances in Neonatal Care, 6(3), 104-111.
  129. Frush, DP, and Frush, KS. (2006). In a New Kind of Light: Patient Safety in Pediatric Radiology. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 7(4), 255-260.
  130. Frush, K, Hohenhaus, S, Luo, X, Gerardi, M, and Wiebe, RA. (2006). Evaluation of a web-based education program on reducing medication dosing error: A multicenter, randomized controlled trial.  Pediatric Emergency Care, 22(1), 62-70.
  131. Frush, KS, and Hohenhaus, SM. (2006). Preventing Harm: Enhancing Pediatric Emergency Care. Clinical Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 7(4), 213-214.
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  134. Morgan, N, Luo, X, Fortner, C, and Frush, K. (2006). Opportunities for performance improvement in relation to medication administration during pediatric stabilization.  Quality and Safety in Health Care,15(3), 179-183.
  135. Pronovost, P. J., Thompson, D. A., Holzmueller, C. G., Lubomski, L. H., Dorman, T., Dickman, F., … & Wu, A. W. (2006). Toward learning from patient safety reporting systemsJournal of critical care21(4), 305-315.
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  137. Wright, MC, Luo, X, Richardson, WJ, Leonard, MM, Hohenhaus, SM, Taekman, JM, and Frush, KS. (2006). Piloting team training at Duke University health system.  Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 949-953.
  138. Thomas, E. J., Sexton, J. B., Neilands, T. B., Frankel, A., & Helmreich, R. L. (April 11, 2005). The effect of executive walk rounds on nurse safety climate attitudes: a randomized trial of clinical unitsBMC health services research5(1), 28.
  139. Pronovost, P., Weast, B., Rosenstein, B., Sexton, J. B., Holzmueller, C. G., Paine, L., … & Rubin, H. R. (March 2005). Implementing and validating a comprehensive unit-based safety programJournal of Patient Safety1(1), 33-40.
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  144. Frush, KS, Luo, X, Hutchinson, P, and Higgins, JN. (July 2004) Evaluation of a method to reduce over-the-counter medication dosing error.  Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 158(7), 620-624.
  145. Pronovost, P. J., Wu, A. W., & Sexton, J. B. (June 15, 2004). Acute decompensation after removing a central line: practical approaches to increasing safety in the intensive care unitAnnals of Internal Medicine140(12), 1025-1033.
  146. Thomas, E. J., Sherwood, G. D., Mulhollem, J. L., Sexton, J. B., & Helmreich, R. L. (May 13, 2004). Working together in the neonatal intensive care unit: provider perspectivesJournal of Perinatology24(9), 552.
  147. Sexton, J. B., Grote, G., Naef, W., Straeter, O., & Helmreich, R. L. (2004). The better the team, the safer the world. Golden rules of group interaction in high risk environments: Evidence based suggestions for improving performance.
  148. Grote, G., Helmreich, R. L., Sträter, O., Häusler, R., Zala-Mezö, E., & Sexton, J. B. (2004). Setting the stage: characteristics of organisations, teams and tasks influencing team processes. Group interaction in high risk environments. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK, 111-140.
  149. Pronovost, P. J., Weast, B., Holzmueller, C. G., Rosenstein, B. J., Kidwell, R. P., Haller, K. B., … & Rubin, H. R. (November 26, 2003). Evaluation of the culture of safety: survey of clinicians and managers in an academic medical centerBMJ Quality & Safety12(6), 405-410.
  150. Thomas, E. J., Sexton, J. B., & Helmreich, R. L. (March 2003). Discrepant attitudes about teamwork among critical care nurses and physiciansCritical care medicine31(3), 956-959.
  151. Bordley, WC, Travers, D, Scanlon, P, Frush, K, and Hohenhaus, S. (2003). Office preparedness for pediatric emergencies: A randomized, controlled trial of an office-based training program. Pediatrics, 112(2), I 291-295.
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  153. Luther, K. M., Maguire, L., Mazabob, J., Sexton, J. B., Helmreich, R. L., & Thomas, E. (December 1, 2002). Engaging nurses in patient safetyCritical care nursing clinics of North America14(4), 341-346.
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