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Anesthesia crisis resource management: real-life simulation training in operating room crises.
No myth: anesthesia is a model for addressing patient safety.
It is time to use checklists for anesthesia emergencies: simulation is the vehicle for testing and learning.
A strategy for preventing anesthesia accidents.
Administrative guidelines for response to an adverse anesthesia event. The Risk Management Committee of the Harvard Medical School's Department of Anaesthesia.
Crisis resource management training for an anaesthesia faculty: a new approach to continuing education.
An engineering critical incident: direct current burn from a neuromuscular stimulator.
Simulation training and assessment: a more efficient method to develop expertise than apprenticeship.
Accidents and mishaps in anesthesia: how they occur; how to prevent them.
A mass balance model for the Mapleson D anaesthesia breathing system.
Simulation-based assessment to identify critical gaps in safe anesthesia resident performance.
Practice improvements based on participation in simulation for the maintenance of certification in anesthesiology program.
Multidisciplinary and Interprofessional Simulation in Anesthesia.
Operating Room Crisis Checklists and Emergency Manuals.
Simulation-based Assessment of the Management of Critical Events by Board-certified Anesthesiologists.
Simulation-based Assessment to Reliably Identify Key Resident Performance Attributes.
Critical Role of the Surgeon-Anesthesiologist Relationship for Patient Safety.
Applied reflective practice in medicine and anaesthesiology.
If We Don't Learn from Our Critical Events, We're Likely to Relive Them: Debriefing Should Be the Norm.