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    • Burnout in the NICU setting and its relation to safety culture. 

      Profit, Jochen; Sharek, Paul J; Amspoker, Amber B; Kowalkowski, Mark A; Nisbet, Courtney C; Thomas, Eric J; Chadwick, Whitney A; ... (8 authors) (BMJ quality & safety, 2014-10)
      Burnout is widespread among healthcare providers and is associated with adverse safety behaviours, operational and clinical outcomes. Little is known with regard to the explanatory links between burnout and these adverse ...
    • Safety climate, safety climate strength, and length of stay in the NICU. 

      Tawfik, Daniel S; Thomas, Eric J; Vogus, Timothy J; Liu, Jessica B; Sharek, Paul J; Nisbet, Courtney C; Lee, Henry C; ... (9 authors) (BMC health services research, 2019-10-22)
      <h4>Background</h4>Safety climate is an important marker of patient safety attitudes within health care units, but the significance of intra-unit variation of safety climate perceptions (safety climate strength) is poorly ...
    • The Correlation Between Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Safety Culture and Quality of Care. 

      Profit, Jochen; Sharek, Paul J; Cui, Xin; Nisbet, Courtney C; Thomas, Eric J; Tawfik, Daniel S; Lee, Henry C; ... (9 authors) (Journal of patient safety, 2020-12)
      <h4>Objectives</h4>Key validated clinical metrics are being used individually and in aggregate (Baby-MONITOR) to monitor the performance of neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). The degree to which perceptions of key components ...