Michael A. Rosen mainly focuses on Teamwork, Knowledge management, Nursing, Quality and Performance measurement. The various areas that Michael A. Rosen examines in his Teamwork study include Psychological intervention, Training, Patient safety and Quality assurance. Michael A. Rosen has researched Psychological intervention in several fields, including Public health and SAFER.
His Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Group performance and Set. His Set research includes elements of Engineering management and Best practice. His Nursing research incorporates elements of Team training and Quality management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Teamwork, Knowledge management, Patient safety, Nursing and Quality. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Psychological intervention, Performance measurement, Engineering management and Medical education. His studies examine the connections between Knowledge management and genetics, as well as such issues in Task, with regards to Social psychology.
His Patient safety research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health care quality, Medical emergency, Operations management and Quality management. His research in Nursing intersects with topics in Critical care nursing and Acute care. His study looks at the relationship between Quality and topics such as Process management, which overlap with Workflow.
His main research concerns Patient safety, Teamwork, Medical emergency, Medical education and Emergency medicine. His study in Patient safety is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality, Quality management, Safety culture, Workload and Usability. His work deals with themes such as Adverse effect and Acute care, which intersect with Quality.
Many of his research projects under Teamwork are closely connected to Work teams with Work teams, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His work carried out in the field of Medical emergency brings together such families of science as Nurse anesthetist and Referral. His work on Training as part of general Medical education research is frequently linked to Scale, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Michael A. Rosen mainly investigates Medical emergency, Human factors and ergonomics, Guideline compliance, Resuscitation and Emergency medicine. Teamwork is closely connected to Risk management in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Medical emergency. He interconnects Risk analysis and Infection control in the investigation of issues within Teamwork.
His work on Cardiopulmonary resuscitation and Pulseless electrical activity as part of general Resuscitation research is frequently linked to Poor quality, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Pulseless ventricular tachycardia, bridging the gap between disciplines. His research combines Quality and Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. The concepts of his Emergency medicine study are interwoven with issues in Defibrillation, Code, Sudden cardiac death and Quality management.
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On Teams, Teamwork, and Team Performance: Discoveries and Developments
Eduardo Salas;Nancy J. Cooke;Michael A. Rosen.
Human Factors (2008)
Expertise-Based Intuition and Decision Making in Organizations:
Eduardo Salas;Michael A. Rosen;Deborah DiazGranados.
Journal of Management (2010)
Team-training in healthcare: a narrative synthesis of the literature
Sallie J Weaver;Sydney M Dy;Michael A Rosen.
BMJ Quality & Safety (2014)
Does teamwork improve performance in the operating room? A multilevel evaluation
Sallie J. Weaver;Michael A. Rosen;Deborah DiazGranados;Elizabeth H. Lazzara.
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety (2010)
The wisdom of collectives in organizations: An update of the teamwork competencies.
Eduardo Salas;Michael A. Rosen;C. Shawn Burke;Gerald F. Goodwin.
Assessing the implementation of the chronic care model in quality improvement collaboratives.
Marjorie L. Pearson;Shinyi Wu;Judith Schaefer;Amy E. Bonomi.
Health Services Research (2005)
Measuring team performance in simulation-based training: Adopting best practices for healthcare
Michael A. Rosen;Eduardo Salas;Katherine A. Wilson;Katherine A. Wilson;Heidi B. King.
Simulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare (2008)
Toward an understanding of macrocognition in teams: predicting processes in complex collaborative contexts.
Stephen M. Fiore;Michael A. Rosen;Kimberly A. Smith-Jentsch;Eduardo Salas.
Human Factors (2010)
Teamwork in healthcare: Key discoveries enabling safer, high-quality care.
Michael A. Rosen;Deborah DiazGranados;Aaron S. Dietz;Lauren E. Benishek.
American Psychologist (2018)
In Situ Simulation in Continuing Education for the Health Care Professions: A Systematic Review
Michael A. Rosen;Elizabeth A. Hunt;Peter J. Pronovost;Molly A. Federowicz.
Journal of Continuing Education in The Health Professions (2012)
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