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4-Oct-2011Patients' and family members' views on how clinicians enact and how they should enact incident disclosure: the "100 patient stories" qualitative study.Iedema, R; Allen, S; Britton, K; Piper, D; Baker, A; Grbich, C; Allan, A; Jones, L; Tuckett, A; Williams, A; Manias, E; Gallagher, TH
1-Mar-2009Practising open disclosure: Clinical incident communication and systems improvementIedema, R; Jorm, C; Wakefield, J; Ryan, C; Dunn, S
8-Jan-2016PrefaceCaldas-Coulthard, CR; Iedema, R
1-Aug-2005Presencing identity: Organizational change and immaterial laborIedema, R; Rhodes, C; Scheeres, H
1-May-2012Prognostic communication preferences of migrant patients and their relativesMitchison, D; Butow, P; Sze, M; Aldridge, L; Hui, R; Vardy, J; Eisenbruch, M; Iedema, R; Goldstein, D
12-Sep-2006A prospective, multi-method, multi-disciplinary, multi-level, collaborative, social-organisational design for researching health sector accreditation [LP0560737]Braithwaite, J; Westbrook, J; Pawsey, M; Greenfield, D; Naylor, J; Iedema, R; Runciman, B; Redman, S; Jorm, C; Robinson, M; Nathan, S; Gibberd, R
4-Feb-2008Redefining accountability in health care: Managing the plurality of medical interestsSorensen, R; Iedema, R
1-Oct-2010The relationship between birth unit design and safe, satisfying birth: Developing a hypothetical modelFoureur, M; Davis, D; Fenwick, J; Leap, N; Iedema, R; Forbes, I; Homer, CSE
1-Dec-2001ResemiotizationIedema, R
1-Mar-2008Reshaping ICU ward round practices using video-reflexive ethnographyCarroll, K; Iedema, R; Kerridge, R
1-Dec-2005Restructuring as gratificationBraithwaite, J; Westbrook, J; Iedema, R
1-Aug-2013Should culture affect practice? A comparison of prognostic discussions in consultations with immigrant versus native-born cancer patientsButow, PN; Sze, M; Eisenbruch, M; Bell, ML; Aldridge, LJ; Abdo, S; Tanious, M; Dong, S; Iedema, R; Vardy, J; Hui, R; Boyle, F; Liauw, W; Goldstein, D
1-Jan-2004Speaking about dying in the intensive care unit, and its implications for multidisciplinary end-of-life care.Iedema, R; Sorensen, R; Braithwaite, J; Turnbull, E
1-Aug-2006Surveillance, resistance, observance: Exploring the teleo-affective volatility of workplace interactionIedema, R; Rhodes, C; Scheeres, H
1-Jan-2005A tale of two hospitals: Assessing cultural landscapes and compositionsBraithwaite, J; Westbrook, MT; Iedema, R; Mallock, NA; Forsyth, R; Zhang, K
1-Jan-2005The teleo-affective limits of end-of-life care in the intensive care unitIedema, R; Sorensen, R; Braithwaite, J; Flabouris, A; Turnbull, L
1-Jul-2018To follow a rule? On frontline clinicians’ understandings and embodiments of hospital-acquired infection prevention and control rulesIedema, R; Jorm, C; Hooker, C; Hor, SY; Wyer, M; Gilbert, GL
1-Feb-2010The undecided space of ethics in organizational surveillanceIedema, R; Rhodes, C
1-Dec-2017User compliance with documenting on a track and trigger-based observation and response chart: a two-phase multi-site audit studyElliott, D; Allen, E; McKinley, S; Perry, L; Duffield, C; Fry, M; Gallagher, R; Iedema, R; Roche, M
1-Dec-2012Utilizing experience-based co-design to improve the experience of patients accessing emergency departments in New South Wales public hospitals: An evaluation studyPiper, D; Iedema, R; Gray, J; Verma, R; Holmes, L; Manning, N