Michael D Buist
Affiliation: University of Tasmania
- What stops hospital clinical staff from following protocols? An analysis of the incidence and factors behind the failure of bedside clinical staff to activate the rapid response system in a multi-campus Australian metropolitan healthcare serviceBill Shearer
School of Medicine, University of Tasmania, Burnie, TAS 7320, Australia
BMJ Qual Saf 21:569-75. 2012..To explore the causes of failure to activate the rapid response system (RRS). The organisation has a recognised incidence of staff failing to act when confronted with a deteriorating patient and leading to adverse outcomes...
- Why don't hospital staff activate the rapid response system (RRS)? How frequently is it needed and can the process be improved?Stuart D Marshall
Southern Health Simulation and Skills Centre, Monash Medical Centre Moorabbin Campus Centre Road, East Bentleigh, Melbourne, Australia
Implement Sci 6:39. 2011..Ongoing surveillance of adverse outcomes and surveys of the safety climate in the clinical areas piloting the interventions will occur before and after implementation...
- How I nearly MET my maker: a story of clinical futile cycles and survivalMichael D Buist
Patientrack, Sydney, Australia
Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf 36:334-6. 2010..The author, one of the leading proponents of rapid response systems worldwide, recounts his own close-call experience, in which he found himself in what he terms a clinical futile cycle...