Nicole E. Werner
Nicole E. Werner
Associate Professor at Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington
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Do interruptions affect quality of work?
CK Foroughi, NE Werner, ET Nelson, DA Boehm-Davis
Human factors 56 (7), 1262-1271, 2014
Interruptions in the wild: development of a sociotechnical systems model of interruptions in the emergency department through a systematic review
NE Werner, RJ Holden
Applied ergonomics 51, 244-254, 2015
Performance-shaping factors affecting older adults’ hospital-to-home transition success: a systems approach
NE Werner, M Tong, A Borkenhagen, RJ Holden
The Gerontologist 59 (2), 303-314, 2019
Getting what they need when they need it
NE Werner, B Stanislawski, KA Marx, DC Watkins, M Kobayashi, H Kales, ...
Applied clinical informatics 26 (01), 191-205, 2017
Interruptions disrupt reading comprehension.
CK Foroughi, NE Werner, D Barragán, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (3), 704, 2015
Improving ATLS performance in simulated pediatric trauma resuscitation using a checklist
SE Parsons, EA Carter, LJ Waterhouse, J Fritzeen, DC Kelleher, ...
Annals of surgery 259 (4), 807-813, 2014
Dealing with interruptions can be complex, but does interruption complexity matter: A mental resources approach to quantifying disruptions
DM Cades, N Werner, DA Boehm-Davis, JG Trafton, CA Monk
Proceedings of the human factors and ergonomics society annual meeting 52 (4 …, 2008
Information management goals and process failures during home visits for middle-aged and older adults receiving skilled home healthcare services after hospital discharge: a …
AI Arbaje, A Hughes, N Werner, K Carl, D Hohl, K Jones, KH Bowles, ...
BMJ quality & safety 28 (2), 111-120, 2019
Individual differences in working-memory capacity and task resumption following interruptions.
CK Foroughi, NE Werner, R McKendrick, DM Cades, DA Boehm-Davis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (9), 1480, 2016
Human factors/ergonomics work system analysis of patient work: state of the science and future directions
NE Werner, S Ponnala, N Doutcheva, RJ Holden
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 33 (Supplement_1), 60-71, 2021
Toward a process-level view of distributed healthcare tasks: medication management as a case study
NE Werner, S Malkana, AP Gurses, B Leff, AI Arbaje
Applied ergonomics 65, 255-268, 2017
Underreporting of gender and race/ethnicity differences in NIH-funded dementia caregiver support interventions
A Gilmore-Bykovskyi, R Johnson, L Walljasper, L Block, N Werner
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® 33 (3), 145-152, 2018
What makes real-world interruptions disruptive? Evidence from an office setting
DM Cades, NE Werner, DA Boehm-Davis, Z Arshad
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 54 (4 …, 2010
A scoping review of interventions for older adults transitioning from hospital to home
D Liebzeit, R Rutkowski, AI Arbaje, B Fields, NE Werner
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 69 (10), 2950-2962, 2021
Factors influencing emergency care by persons with dementia: stakeholder perceptions and unmet needs
GC Jacobsohn, M Hollander, AP Beck, A Gilmore‐Bykovskyi, N Werner, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 67 (4), 711-718, 2019
Challenges in measuring the impact of interruption on patient safety and workflow outcomes
F Magrabi, SYW Li, AG Dunn, E Coeira
Methods of information in medicine 50 (05), 447-453, 2011
Conceptualizing caregiving activities for persons with dementia (PwD) through a patient work lens
S Ponnala, L Block, AJ Lingg, AJ Kind, NE Werner
Applied ergonomics 85, 103070, 2020
Encounters from device complications among children with medical complexity
A Nackers, M Ehlenbach, MM Kelly, N Werner, G Warner, RJ Coller
Hospital Pediatrics 9 (1), 6-15, 2019
Improving care transitions across healthcare settings through a human factors approach
NE Werner, AP Gurses, B Leff, AI Arbaje
The Journal for Healthcare Quality (JHQ) 38 (6), 328-343, 2016
Exploring SEIPS 2.0 as a model for analyzing care transitions across work systems
NE Werner, R Rutkowski, A Graske, MK Finta, CR Sellers, S Seshadri, ...
Applied ergonomics 88, 103141, 2020
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