WOMBAT community publications

WOMBAT community publications

Papers published by the WOMBAT community:

  1. Chen, E. Y., Bell, J. S., Ilomäki, J., Corlis, M., Hogan, M. E., Caporale, T., ... & Sluggett, J. K. (2020). Medication administration in Australian residential aged care: A time‐and‐motion study. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2020.
  2. Gon G, Virgo S, de Barra M, Ali SM, Campbell OM, Graham WJ, Nash S, Woodd SL, de Bruin M. Behavioural determinants of hand washing and glove recontamination before aseptic procedures at birth: a time-and-motion study and survey in Zanzibar labour wards. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2020; 17(4):1438.
  3. Hand RK, Albert JM, Sehgal AR. Quantifying the time used for renal dietitian's responsibilities: a pilot study. Journal of Renal Nutrition. 2019; 29(5):416-27.
  4. Göras C, Olin K, Unbeck M, Pukk-Härenstam K, Ehrenberg A, Tessma MK, Nilsson U, Ekstedt M. Tasks, multitasking and interruptions among the surgical team in an operating room: a prospective observational study. BMJ Open. 2019; 9(5):e026410.
  5. Reed CC, Minnick AF, Dietrich MS. Nurses’ responses to interruptions during medication tasks: a time and motion study. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 2018; 82:113-20.
  6. Holmqvist M, Ekstedt M, Walter SR, Lehnbom EC. Medication management in municipality-based healthcare: a time and motion study of nurses. Home Healthcare Now. 2018; 36(4):238-46.
  7. Graham TA, Ballermann M, Lang E, Bullard MJ, Parsons D, Mercuur G, San Agustin P, Ali S. Emergency physician use of the Alberta Netcare Portal, a province-wide interoperable electronic health record: multi-method observational study. JMIR. 2018; 6(3):e10184.
  8. Gon G, de Bruin M, de Barra M, Ali SM, Campbell OM, Graham WJ, Juma M, Nash S, Kilpatrick C, Penn-Kekana L. Hands washing glove use, and avoiding recontamination before aseptic procedures at birth: A multicenter time-and-motion study conducted in Zanzibar. American journal of infection control. 2018.
  9. Cavaye D, Lehnbom EC, Laba T-L, El-Boustani E, Joshi R, Webster R. Considering pharmacy workflow in the context of Australian community pharmacy: a pilot time and motion study. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy. 2018.
  10. Stellman R. How much time do doctors spend looking after children in South African Emergency Departments? 2016.
  11. Hefter Y, Madahar P, Eisen LA, Gong MN. A time-motion study of ICU workflow and the impact of strain*. Critical Care Medicine. 2016; 44(8):1482-9.
  12. Reed CC. Nursing work and responses to interruptions. Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University; 2015.
  13. Hefter Y, Madahar P, Eisen LA, Gong MN. Relationship of ICU strain factors and allocation of physician time in the ICU.  C103 Optimizing Limited ICU Resources: Am Thoracic Soc; 2015.  p. A5233-A.
  14. Hefter Y, Madahar P, Eisen L, Gong M. A time motion study to describe workflow of attendings and residents in medical and surgical ICUs.  C94 High Imapct Clinical Trials in Critical Care: American Thoracic Society; 2015.  p. A5126-A.
  15. Ballermann M, Shaw NT, Mayes DC, Gibney RN. Impact of a clinical information system on multitasking in two intensive care units. Electronic Journal of Health Informatics. 2012; 7(1):2.
  16. Shaw NT, Ballermann MA, Hagtvedt R, Ho S, Mayes DC, Gibney N. Intensive care unit nurse workflow during shift change prior to the introduction of a critical care clinical information system. electronic Journal of Health Informatics. 2011; 6(1):5.
  17. Ballermann M, Shaw NT, Mayes DC, Gibney RTN. Critical care providers refer to information tools less during communication tasks after a critical care clinical information system introduction. Studies in health technology and informatics. 2011; 164:37-41.
  18. Ballermann MA, Shaw NT, Arbeau KJ, Mayes DC, Noel Gibney R. Impact of a critical care clinical information system on interruption rates during intensive care nurse and physician documentation tasks. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2010; 160(Pt 1):274-8.
  19. Ballermann M, Shaw N, Mayes D, Gibney R, editors. Intensive care unit health care providers spend less time multitasking after the introduction of a critical care clinical information system. HIC 2010: 18th Annual Health Informatics Conference: Informing the Business of Healthcare; 2010 24-26 August 2010; Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre: Health Informatics Society of Australia.
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