2001 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Her primary areas of investigation include Teamwork, Patient safety, Situation awareness, Medical education and Safety culture. She has researched Teamwork in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Nursing, Surgery, Resource management and MEDLINE. Her Patient safety research includes elements of Interpersonal communication, Quality and Intensive care unit.
Rhona Flin interconnects Task management, Anesthesia and Skills management in the investigation of issues within Situation awareness. Her Skills management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cognition and Knowledge management. Her Safety culture research includes themes of Social psychology, Occupational safety and health, Public relations and Accident.
Her primary areas of study are Patient safety, Medical education, Situation awareness, Teamwork and Nursing. Her Patient safety research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quality and Organizational culture. Her work on Skills management as part of general Medical education study is frequently linked to Technical skills, bridging the gap between disciplines.
The Situation awareness study combines topics in areas such as Task management, Cognitive skill, Cognition and Task analysis. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Intensive care unit and Teamwork. Her work on MEDLINE expands to the thematically related Nursing.
Rhona Flin focuses on Technical skills, Medical education, Situation awareness, Cognition and Teamwork. Her Technical skills research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Crew resource management, Skills management, Incident monitoring, Training and Operating theatres. Rhona Flin undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crew resource management and Engineering management through her works.
Much of her study explores Medical education relationship to Focus group. Her research in Situation awareness intersects with topics in Cognitive skill, Anticipation and Computer security. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Medical emergency and Competence.
Teamwork, Technical skills, Medical education, Patient safety and Human factors and ergonomics are her primary areas of study. Her study in Teamwork is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cockpit, Stress management and Competence. Her work is dedicated to discovering how Medical education, Focus group are connected with Coping, Patient care team, Inter-rater reliability and Face validity and other disciplines.
Her Patient safety research incorporates elements of Nursing and Medical emergency. Rhona Flin has included themes like Injury prevention and Suicide prevention in her Human factors and ergonomics study. Her Knowledge management study combines topics in areas such as Safety culture, Accountability and Meaning.
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Measuring safety climate: identifying the common features☆
Rhona H. Flin;Kathryn J. Mearns;P. O'Connor;R Bryden.
Safety Science (2000)
Safety at the Sharp End: A Guide to Non-Technical Skills
Rhona H. Flin;Paul O'Connor;Margaret Crichton.
Safety climate, safety management practice and safety performance in offshore environments
Kathryn J. Mearns;Sean M. Whitaker;Rhona H. Flin.
Safety Science (2003)
Anaesthetists’ Non‐Technical Skills (ANTS): evaluation of a behavioural marker system†
Georgina Fletcher;Rhona Flin;Peter McGeorge;R. Glavin.
BJA: British Journal of Anaesthesia (2003)
Safety culture: philosopher’s stone or man of straw?
Sue Cox;Rhona Flin.
Work & Stress (1998)
Non-technical skills for surgeons in the operating room: a review of the literature
S. Yule;R. Flin;S. Paterson-Brown;N. Maran.
Safety in shipping: the human element.
Catherine Hetherington;Rhona H. Flin;Kathryn J. Mearns.
Journal of Safety Research (2006)
Measuring safety climate in health care
Rhona Flin;C. Burns;Kathryn Jane Mearns;Steven James Yule.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2006)
Identifying and training non-technical skills for teams in acute medicine
Rhona Flin;N. Maran.
Quality & Safety in Health Care (2004)
Development of a rating system for surgeons' non-technical skills.
Steven James Yule;Rhona Flin;S. Paterson-Brown;N. J. Maran.
Medical Education (2006)
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