References from Webinar 3


  1. HERD paper
    Dubé, M., Shultz, J., Barnes, S., Pascal, B., & Kaba, A. (2020). Goals, recommendations, and the how-to strategies for developing and facilitating patient safety and system integration simulations. HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal13(1), 94-105.
  2. Advances in Simulation paper (COVID example)
    Dubé, M., Kaba, A., Cronin, T., Barnes, S., Fuselli, T., & Grant, V. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic preparation: using simulation for systems-based learning to prepare the largest healthcare workforce and system in Canada. Advances in Simulation5(1), 1-12.
  3. HERD paper (ITOR example)
    Dubé, M., Laberge, J., Sigalet, E., Shultz, J., Vis, C., Ball, C. G., … & Biesbroek, S. (2021). Evaluations for New Healthcare Environment Commissioning and Operational Decision Making Using Simulation and Human Factors: A Case Study of an Interventional Trauma Operating Room. HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 1937586721999668.
  4. SIH paper (Mayo High Performance Teamwork scale)
    Malec, J. F., Torsher, L. C., Dunn, W. F., Wiegmann, D. A., Arnold, J. J., Brown, D. A., & Phatak, V. (2007). The mayo high performance teamwork scale: reliability and validity for evaluating key crew resource management skills. Simulation in Healthcare2(1), 4-10.
  5. FMEA paper (outside of the scope of this course)
    Rah, J. E., Manger, R. P., Yock, A. D., & Kim, G. Y. (2016). A comparison of two prospective risk analysis methods: Traditional FMEA and a modified healthcare FMEA. Medical physics43(12), 6347-6353.