Ken Catchpole
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Patient handover from surgery to intensive care: using Formula 1 pit‐stop and aviation models to improve safety and quality
KR Catchpole, MR De Leval, A McEwan, N Pigott, MJ Elliott, A McQuillan, ...
Pediatric anesthesia 17 (5), 470-478, 2007
Teamwork and error in the operating room: analysis of skills and roles
K Catchpole, A Mishra, A Handa, P McCulloch
Annals of surgery 247 (4), 699-706, 2008
The effects of aviation-style non-technical skills training on technical performance and outcome in the operating theatre
P McCulloch, A Mishra, A Handa, T Dale, G Hirst, K Catchpole
BMJ Quality & Safety 18 (2), 109-115, 2009
The Oxford NOTECHS System: reliability and validity of a tool for measuring teamwork behaviour in the operating theatre
A Mishra, K Catchpole, P McCulloch
BMJ Quality & Safety 18 (2), 104-108, 2009
The influence of non-technical performance on technical outcome in laparoscopic cholecystectomy
A Mishra, K Catchpole, T Dale, P McCulloch
Surgical endoscopy 22 (1), 68-73, 2008
Improving patient safety by identifying latent failures in successful operations
KR Catchpole, AEB Giddings, M Wilkinson, G Hirst, T Dale, MR de Leval
Surgery 142 (1), 102-110, 2007
Identification of systems failures in successful paediatric cardiac surgery
KR Catchpole, AEB Giddings, MR De Leval, GJ Peek, PJ Godden, ...
Ergonomics 49 (5-6), 567-588, 2006
Interventions to improve teamwork and communications among healthcare staff
P McCulloch, J Rathbone, K Catchpole
Journal of British Surgery 98 (4), 469-479, 2011
Compliance and use of the World Health Organization checklist in UK operating theatres
SP Pickering, ER Robertson, D Griffin, M Hadi, LJ Morgan, KC Catchpole, ...
Journal of British Surgery 100 (12), 1664-1670, 2013
The problem with checklists
K Catchpole, S Russ
BMJ quality & safety 24 (9), 545-549, 2015
Oxford NOTECHS II: a modified theatre team non-technical skills scoring system
ER Robertson, M Hadi, LJ Morgan, SP Pickering, G Collins, S New, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), e90320, 2014
State of science: human factors and ergonomics in healthcare
S Hignett, P Carayon, P Buckle, K Catchpole
Ergonomics 56 (10), 1491-1503, 2013
Safety in anaesthesia: a study of 12 606 reported incidents from the UK National Reporting and Learning System
K Catchpole, MDD Bell, S Johnson
Anaesthesia 63 (4), 340-346, 2008
A multicenter trial of aviation-style training for surgical teams
KR Catchpole, TJ Dale, DG Hirst, JP Smith, TAEB Giddings
Journal of patient safety 6 (3), 180-186, 2010
Spreading human factors expertise in healthcare: untangling the knots in people and systems
K Catchpole
BMJ quality & safety 22 (10), 793-797, 2013
Patient handovers within the hospital: translating knowledge from motor racing to healthcare
K Catchpole, R Sellers, A Goldman, P McCulloch, S Hignett
BMJ Quality & Safety 19 (4), 318-322, 2010
Effect of a “Lean” intervention to improve safety processes and outcomes on a surgical emergency unit
P McCulloch, S Kreckler, S New, Y Sheena, A Handa, K Catchpole
Bmj 341, 2010
Interruptions during drug rounds: an observational study
S Kreckler, K Catchpole, M Bottomley, A Handa, P McCulloch
British Journal of Nursing 17 (21), 1326-1330, 2008
Factors influencing incident reporting in surgical care
S Kreckler, K Catchpole, P McCulloch, A Handa
BMJ Quality & Safety 18 (2), 116-120, 2009
Integrating human factors research and surgery: a review
D Shouhed, B Gewertz, D Wiegmann, K Catchpole
Archives of Surgery 147 (12), 1141-1146, 2012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
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