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A Mishra
John Radcliffe Hospital
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#1A MishraH-Index: 4
#2Ken CatchpoleH-Index: 25
Last.Peter McCullochH-Index: 38
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Introduction: The frequency of adverse events in the operating theatre has been linked to the quality of teamwork and communication. Developing suitable measures of teamwork may play a role in reducing errors in surgery. This study reports on the development and evaluation of a method for measuring operating-theatre teamwork quality. Methods: The Oxford Non-Technical Skills (NOTECHS) scale was developed from an aviation instrument for assessment of non-technical skills. Consultation with experts...
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#1Peter McCulloch (University of Oxford)H-Index: 38
#2A MishraH-Index: 4
Last.Ken CatchpoleH-Index: 25
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Unintended harm to patients in operating theatres is common. Correlations have been demonstrated between teamwork skills and error rates in theatres. This was a single-institution uncontrolled before–after study of the effects of ‘‘non-technical’’ skills training on attitudes, teamwork, technical performance and clinical outcome in laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) and carotid endarterectomy (CEA) operations. The setting was the theatre suite of a UK teaching hospital. Attitudes were measured us...
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#1Ken CatchpoleH-Index: 25
#2A MishraH-Index: 4
Last.Peter McCullochH-Index: 38
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Objective:To analyze the effects of surgical, anesthetic, and nursing teamwork skills on technical outcomes.Summary Background Data:The value of team skills in reducing adverse events in the operating room is presently receiving considerable attention. Current work has not yet identified in detail h
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#1Ken CatchpoleH-Index: 25
#2A MishraH-Index: 4
Last.Peter McCullochH-Index: 38
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#1A Mishra (John Radcliffe Hospital)H-Index: 4
#2Ken Catchpole (University of Oxford)H-Index: 25
Last.Peter McCulloch (University of Oxford)H-Index: 38
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Introduction Evidence from other professions suggests that training in teamwork and general cognitive abilities, collectively described as non-technical skills, may reduce accidents and errors. The relationship between non-technical teamwork skills and technical errors was studied using a behavioural marker system validated in aviation and adapted for use in surgery.
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