Kriengsak Panuwatwanich

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AIM This paper is a report of the effects of implementing 13 Transforming Care At the Bedside improvement strategies on medication errors, patient falls and pressure ulcers. BACKGROUND A number of international reports and research studies have led to a focus on safety and quality in health care. Transforming Care At the Bedside involves nursing managers(More)
Residential households have the potential to conserve water, especially in behaviourally influenced end uses such as showering. Visual display monitors detailing shower water consumption parameters provide householders with a better understanding of their water use consumption and serve as a prompt to conserve. This longitudinal study first applied high(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the impact of a redesigned intensive care unit (ICU) nursing discharge process on ICU discharge delay, hospital mortality, and ICU readmission within 72 hours. METHODS A quality improvement study using a time series design and statistical process control analysis was conducted in one Australian general ICU. The primary outcome measure(More)
Within the research field of urban water demand management, understanding the link between environmental and water conservation attitudes and observed end use water consumption has been limited. Through a mixed method research design incorporating field-based smart metering technology and questionnaire surveys, this paper reveals the relationship between(More)
Structured Abstract Purpose – This paper is an extension to a previous empirical study that modelled the process of innovation diffusion in Australian architectural and engineering design (AED) firms. The present study utilised explanatory case studies to assist in the verification of this empirical model, which depicted pathways that explain the role of(More)
PURPOSE Over the last three decades, safety literature has focused on safety climate and its role in forecasting injuries and accidents. However, research findings regarding the relationships between safety climate and other key outcome constructs are somewhat inconsistent. Recent safety climate literature suggests that examining the role of safety(More)
BACKGROUND Up to 60% of adverse events in surgery are the result of poor communication and teamwork. Nontechnical skills in surgery (NOTSS) are critical to the success of surgery and patient safety. The study aim was to evaluate the effect of a brief team training intervention on teams' observed NOTSS. METHODS Pretest-posttest interrupted time-series(More)
Project and/or problem based learning has been widely recognised as active, collaborative, cumulative and integrative learning approach that engages learners and centres on practical education. However, its widespread implementation in engineering curricula at Australian universities has not been realised due to a number of issues including resources(More)