Silence, power and communication in the operating room

@inproceedings{Gardezi2009SilencePA,
  title={Silence, power and communication in the operating room},
  author={Fauzia Gardezi and Lorelei Lingard and Sherry Espin and Sarah Whyte and Beverley A. Orser and G. Ross Baker},
  year={2009}
}
Title. Silence, power and communication in the operating room. Aim. This paper is a report of a study conducted to explore whether a 1to 3-minute preoperative interprofessional team briefing with a structured checklist was an effective way to support communication in the operating room. Background. Previous research suggests that nurses often feel constrained in their ability to communicate with physicians. Previous research on silence and power suggests that silence is not only a reflection of… CONTINUE READING

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