Manser, Tanja

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  • Publikation
    Developing the TeamOBS-vacuum-assisted delivery checklist to assess clinical performance in a vacuum-assisted delivery: a Delphi study with initial validation
    (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2024) Brogaard, Lise; Hinshaw, Kim; Kierkegaard, Ole; Manser, Tanja; Uldbjerg, Niels; Hvidman, Lone [in: Frontiers in Medicine]
    In Northern Europe, vacuum-assisted delivery (VAD) accounts for 6–15% of all deliveries; VAD is considered safe when conducted by adequately trained personnel. However, failed vacuum extraction can be harmful to both the mother and child. Therefore, the clinical performance in VAD must be assessed to guide learning, determine a performance benchmark, and evaluate the quality to achieve an overall high performance. We were unable to identify a pre-existing tool for evaluating the clinical performance in real-life vacuum-assisted births. We aimed to develop and validate a checklist for assessing the clinical performance in VAD. We conducted a Delphi process, described as an interactive process where experts answer questions until answers converge toward a “joint opinion” (consensus). We invited international experts as Delphi panelists and reached a consensus after four Delphi rounds, described as follows: (1) the panelists were asked to add, remove, or suggest corrections to the preliminary list of items essential for evaluating clinical performance in VAD; (2) the panelists applied weights of clinical importance on a Likert scale of 1–5 for each item; (3) each panelist revised their original scores after reviewing a summary of the other panelists’ scores and arguments; and (4) the TeamOBS-VAD was tested using videos of real-life VADs, and the Delphi panel made final adjustments and approved the checklist. Twelve Delphi panelists from the UK (n = 3), Norway (n = 2), Sweden (n = 3), Denmark (n = 3), and Iceland (n = 1) were included. After four Delphi rounds, the Delphi panel reached a consensus on the checklist items and scores. The TeamOBS-VAD checklist was tested using 60 videos of real-life vacuum extractions. The inter-rater agreement had an intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) of 0.73; 95% confidence interval (95% CI) of [0.58, 0.83], and that for the average of two raters was ICC 0.84 95% CI [0.73, 0.91]. The TeamOBS-VAD score was not associated with difficulties in delivery, such as the number of contractions during vacuum extraction delivery, cephalic level, rotation, and position. Failed vacuum extraction occurred in 6% of the video deliveries, but none were associated with the teams with low clinical performance scores. The TeamOBS-VAD checklist provides a valid and reliable evaluation of the clinical performance of vaginal-assisted vacuum extraction.
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    Exploring objective measures for assessing team performance in healthcare: an interview study
    (Frontiers Research Foundation, 10/2023) Wespi, Rafael; Birrenbach, Tanja; Schauber, Stefan K.; Manser, Tanja; Sauter, Thomas C.; Kämmer, Juliane E. [in: Frontiers in Psychology]
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    Behavioural observation tool for patient involvement and collaboration in emergency care teams (PIC‑ET‑tool)
    (BioMed Central, 01.07.2023) Dubois, Hanna; Creutzfeldt, Johan; Manser, Tanja [in: BMC Emergency Medicine]
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    StOP? II trial: cluster randomized clinical trial to test the implementation of a toolbox for structured communication in the operating room—study protocol
    (BioMed Central, 18.10.2022) Keller, Sandra; Tschan, Franziska; Semmer, Norbert K; Trelle, Sven; Manser, Tanja; Beldi, Guido [in: Trials]
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    Using the Global Trigger Tool in surgical and neurosurgical patients: A feasibility study
    (Public Library of Science, 16.08.2022) Brösterhaus, Mareen; Hammer, Antje; Gruber, Rosalie; Kalina, Steffen; Grau, Stefan; Roeth, Anjali A.; Ashmawy, Hany; Gross, Thomas; Binnebösel, Marcel; Knoefel, Wolfram Trudo; Manser, Tanja [in: PLOS ONE]
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    Teamwork and Adherence to Guideline on Newborn Resuscitation—Video Review of Neonatal Interdisciplinary Teams
    (Frontiers, 21.02.2022) Brogaard, Lise; Hvidman, Lone; Esberg, Gitte; Finer, Neil; Hjorth-Hansen, Kristiane R.; Manser, Tanja; Kierkegaard, Ole; Uldbjerg, N.; Henriksen, Tine B. [in: Frontiers in Pediatrics]
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    Simulation‐based training improves process times in acute stroke care (STREAM)
    (Wiley, 21.10.2021) Bohmann, Ferdinand O.; Gruber, Katharina; Kurka, Natalia; Willems, Laurent M.; Herrmann, Eva; du Mesnil de Rochemont, Richard; Scholz, Peter; Rai, Heike; Zickler, Philipp; Ertl, Michael; Berlis, Ansgar; Poli, Sven; Mengel, Annerose; Ringleb, Peter; Nagel, Simon; Pfaff, Johannes; Wollenweber, Frank A.; Kellert, Lars; Herzberg, Moriz; Koehler, Luzie; Haeusler, Karl Georg; Alegiani, Anna; Schubert, Charlotte; Brekenfeld, Caspar; Doppler, Christopher E. J.; Onur, Özgür A.; Kabbasch, Christoph; Manser, Tanja; Steinmetz, Helmuth; Pfeilschifter, Waltraud [in: European Journal of Neurology]
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    Simulation-based training improves patient safety climate in acute stroke care (STREAM)
    (BioMed Central, 12.07.2021) Bohmann, Ferdinand O.; Guenther, Joachim; Gruber, Katharina; Manser, Tanja; Steinmetz, Helmuth; Pfeilschifter, Waltraud [in: Neurological Research and Practice]
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    Structure and concept of ICU rounds: the VIS-ITS survey
    (Springer, 14.06.2021) Hillmann, Bastian; Schwarzkopf, Daniel; Manser, Tanja; Waydhas, Christian; Riessen, Reimer [in: Medizinische Klinik - Intensivmedizin und Notfallmedizin]
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    Coordination and communication in healthcare action teams
    (Hogrefe, 10/2020) Burtscher, Michael J.; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W.; Sevdalis, Nick; Gisin, Stefan; Manser, Tanja [in: Swiss Journal of Psychology]
    Communication and coordination represent central processes in healthcare action teams. However, we have a limited understanding of how expertise affects these processes and to what extent these effects are shaped by interprofessional differences. The current study addresses these questions by jointly investigating the influence of different aspects of expertise – individual expertise, team familiarity, and expertise asymmetry – on coordination quality and communication openness. We tested our propositions in two hospitals: one in Switzerland (CH, Sample 1) and one in the United Kingdom (UK, Sample 2). Both samples included two-person anesthesia action teams consisting of a physician and a nurse ( NCH = 47 teams, NUK = 48 teams). We used a correlational design with two measurement points (i.e., pre- and postoperation). To consider potential interprofessional differences, we analyzed our data with actor-partner interdependence models. Moreover, we explored differences in the effects of expertise between both hospitals. Our findings suggest that nurses’ expertise is the most important predictor of coordination quality and communication openness. Overall, differences between the two hospitals were more prevalent than interprofessional differences between physicians and nurses. The current study provides a nuanced picture of the effects of expertise, and thereby extends our understanding of interprofessional teamwork.
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