Jenny Rudolph
Jenny Rudolph
Assistant Professor of Anaesthesia, Harvard Medical School
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Action inquiry: The secret of timely and transforming leadership
WR Torbert
Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 2004
There's no such thing as “nonjudgmental” debriefing: a theory and method for debriefing with good judgment
JW Rudolph, R Simon, RL Dufresne, DB Raemer
Simulation in healthcare 1 (1), 49-55, 2006
Debriefing as formative assessment: closing performance gaps in medical education
JW Rudolph, R Simon, DB Raemer, WJ Eppich
Academic emergency medicine 15 (11), 1010-1016, 2008
Debriefing with good judgment: combining rigorous feedback with genuine inquiry
JW Rudolph, R Simon, P Rivard, RL Dufresne, DB Raemer
Anesthesiology clinics 25 (2), 361-376, 2007
On the receiving end: Sensemaking, emotion, and assessments of an organizational change initiated by others
JM Bartunek, DM Rousseau, JW Rudolph, JA DePalma
The Journal of applied behavioral science 42 (2), 182-206, 2006
Establishing a safe container for learning in simulation: the role of the presimulation briefing
JW Rudolph, DB Raemer, R Simon
Simulation in Healthcare 9 (6), 339-349, 2014
Disaster dynamics: Understanding the role of quantity in organizational collapse
JW Rudolph, NP Repenning
Administrative science quarterly 47 (1), 1-30, 2002
Social media for rapid knowledge dissemination: early experience from the COVID‐19 pandemic
AKM Chan, CP Nickson, JW Rudolph, A Lee, GM Joynt
Anaesthesia, 2020
Debriefing assessment for simulation in healthcare: development and psychometric properties
M Brett-Fleegler, J Rudolph, W Eppich, M Monuteaux, E Fleegler, ...
Simulation in Healthcare 7 (5), 288-294, 2012
Teaching residents the two-challenge rule: a simulation-based approach to improve education and patient safety
MCM Pian-Smith, R Simon, RD Minehart, M Podraza, J Rudolph, ...
Simulation in Healthcare 4 (2), 84-91, 2009
The dynamics of action-oriented problem solving: Linking interpretation and choice
JW Rudolph, JB Morrison, JS Carroll
Academy of Management Review 34 (4), 733-756, 2009
Which reality matters? Questions on the path to high engagement in healthcare simulation
JW Rudolph, R Simon, DB Raemer
Simulation in Healthcare 2 (3), 161-163, 2007
Learning from experience in high-hazard organizations
JS Carroll, JW Rudolph, S Hatakenaka
Research in organizational behavior 24, 87-137, 2002
Design of high reliability organizations in health care
JS Carroll, JW Rudolph
BMJ Quality & Safety 15 (suppl 1), i4-i9, 2006
Lessons learned from non-medical industries: root cause analysis as culture change at a chemical plant
JS Carroll, JW Rudolph, S Hatakenaka
BMJ Quality & Safety 11 (3), 266-269, 2002
Learner-centered debriefing for health care simulation education: lessons for faculty development
A Cheng, KJ Morse, J Rudolph, AA Arab, J Runnacles, W Eppich
Simulation in Healthcare 11 (1), 32-40, 2016
Co-debriefing for simulation-based education: a primer for facilitators
A Cheng, J Palaganas, W Eppich, J Rudolph, T Robinson, V Grant
Simulation in Healthcare 10 (2), 69-75, 2015
Improving anesthesiologists’ ability to speak up in the operating room: a randomized controlled experiment of a simulation-based intervention and a qualitative analysis of…
DB Raemer, M Kolbe, RD Minehart, JW Rudolph, M Pian-Smith
Academic Medicine 91 (4), 530-539, 2016
Collaborative offline reflection: a way to develop skill in action science and action inquiry
JW Rudolph, SS Taylor, EG Foldy
Handbook of Action Research: Concise Paperback Edition, 2006
Debriefing assessment for simulation in healthcare (DASH) rater’s handbook
R Simon, DB Raemer, JW Rudolph
Center for Medical Simulation, Boston, Mass, USA, 2010
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