Books

  • Braithwaite, J., Wears, R. L., Hollnagel, E. (2016) Resilient Health Care, Volume 3: Reconciling Work-as-Imagined and Work-as-Done. CRC Press, (link)
  • Braithwaite, J., , Hollnagel E, Hunte GS (2019) Resilient Health Care Volume 5: Working Across Boundaries Taylor & Francis Group, (link)
  • Hollnagel, E. (2017) Safety-II in Practice – Developing the resilience potentials. Routledge,
  • Hollnagel, E., Braithwaite, J, Wears, R.L (2018) Delivering Resilient Health Care Volume 4 Abingdon, UK, Taylor & Francis, (link)
  • Hollnagel, E., Braithwaite, J., Wears, R. L. (2013) Resilient health care. Farnham, UK: Ashgate,
  • Iedema, R., Mesman, J., Carroll, K. (2013) Visualising Health Care Practice Improvement: innovation from within.
  • Rowley, E., Waring, J. (2011) A social-cultural perspective on patient safety. Farnham, UK: Ashgate,
  • Wears, R. L., Hollnagel, E., Braithwaite, J. (2015) Resilient health care. Farnham, Volume 2: The resilience of everyday clinical work.,

Articles / Journal Papers / Book chapters

The following list is not up-to-date. A more complete listing can be found  on Google Scholar using the search term "resilient health care".

  • Amalberti, R., Auroy, Y., Berwick, D., Barach, P. (2005) Five System Barriers to Achieving Ultrasafe Health Care. Ann Intern Med., 142, 756-764
  • Braithwaite, J., Clay-Williams, R, Taylor, N, Ting, H.P, Winata, T, Hogden, E (2020) Deepening our Understanding of Quality in Australia (DUQuA): An overview of a nation-wide, multi-level analysis of relationships between quality management systems and patient factors in 32 hospitals International Journal for Quality in Health Care, DUQuA Supplement, 32(Supplement 1), 8-21 (link)
  • Braithwaite, J., Clay-Williams, R, Taylor, N, Ting, H.P, Winata, T, Arnolda, G, et al (2020) Bending the quality curve International Journal for Quality in Health Care, DUQuA Supplement, 32(Supplement 1), 1-7 (link)
  • Braithwaite, J., , Hollnagel E, Wears RL (2019) Bon voyage: navigating the boundaries of resilient health care. In (eds): Resilient Health Care Volume 5: Working Across Boundaries Taylor & Francis Group, 9-14 (link)
  • Brattheim, B., Faxvaag, A., Seim, A. (2011) Process support for risk mitigation: a case study of variability and resilience in vascular surgery 20(8), 672-79
  • Brown,C., Hofer,T., Johal,A., Thomson, R., Nicholl, J., Franklin, B. D., Lilford, R. J. (2008) An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation Qual Saf Health Care, 17, 158–162
  • Clay-Williams, R, Taylor, N, Ting, H.P., Winata, T, Arnolda, G, Austin, E, Braithwaite, J (2020) The relationships between quality management systems, safety culture and leadership, and patient outcomes in Australian Emergency Departments. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, DUQuA Supplement, 32(Supplement 1), 43-51 (link)
  • Clay-Williams, R, Taylor, N, Winata, T, Ting, H.P, Arnolda, G, Braithwaite, J. (2020) Organisation quality systems and department-level strategies: refinement of the DUQuA organisation and department-level scales International Journal for Quality in Health Care, DUQuA Supplement, 32(Supplement 1), 22-34 (link)
  • Damen, N. L., de Vos, M. S., Moesker, M. J., Braithwaite, J., de Lind van Wijngaarden, R. A. F., Kaplan, J., ... & Clay-Williams, R. (2018). Preoperative Anticoagulation Management in Everyday Clinical Practice: An International Comparative Analysis of Work-as-Done Using the Functional Resonance Analysis Method. Journal of patient safety.
  • Emanuel, L., Berwick, D., Conway, J., Combes, J., Hatlie, M., Leape, L., ... & Walton, M. (2009). What exactly is patient safety?. Journal of Medical Regulation, 95(1), 13-24.
  • Furniss D., Back J., Blandford A., et al. (2011) A Resilience Markers Framework for Small Teams. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 96(1), 2-10
  • Furniss D., Back J., Blandford, A. (2011) Unwritten Rules for Safety and Performance in an Oncology Day Care Unit: Testing the Resilience Markers Framework. Proceedings of the Fourth Resilience Engineering Symposium.,
  • Fylan B, Marques I, Ismail H, et al (2019) Gaps, traps, bridges and props: a mixed-methods study of resilience in the medicines management system for patients with heart failure at hospital discharge. BMJ Open, 2019;9:e023440. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023440, (link)
  • Iflaifel, M., Lim, R. H., Ryan, K., & Crowley, C. (2020). Resilient Health Care: a systematic review of conceptualisations, study methods and factors that develop resilience. BMC health services research, 20, 1-21. (link)
  • Jeffcott SA, Ibrahim JE., Cameron PA. (2009) Resilience in healthcare and clinical handover. Qual Saf Health Care, 18, 256–60
  • Leape, L. L. (2009) Errors in medicine. Clinica Chimica Acta, 404, 2–5
  • Leape, L. L., Berwick, D. M. (2005) Five Years After To Err Is Human: What Have We Learned? JAMA, May 18, Vol 293, No. 19, 2384-2390
  • McNab, D., (2016) Understanding patient safety performance and educational needs using the ‘Safety-II’ approach for complex systems. Taylor & Francis Online., (link)
  • Mesman, J. (2009) The geography of patient safety: A topical analysis of sterility. Social Science & Medicine., 69, 1705-1712
  • Ruiter, P. J. A. (2019) Engagement: it’s all about the how of implementation Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership, Vol.6, Number 1, 24-29 (link)
  • Ruiter, P. J. A. (2019) Patient safety in a new age of understanding Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership, Vol. 5, Number 4. , 222-227 (link)
  • Ruiter, P. J. A. (2019) Disengagement in health care: today’s new culture Canadian Journal of Physician Leadership, Vol 5, Number 3, 165-169 (link)
  • Schutijser, B. C. F. M., Jongerden, I. P., Klopotowska, J. E., Portegijs, S., de Bruijne, M. C., & Wagner, C. (2019). Double checking injectable medication administration: does the protocol fit clinical practice?. Safety Science, 118, 853-860.
  • Shojania, K. G. (2010) The elephant of patient safety: What you see depends on how you look. The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 36(9), 399-
  • Stelfox, H. T., Palmisani, S., Scurlock, C., Orav, E. J., Bates, D. W. (2006) The ‘‘To Err is Human’’ report and the patient safety literature. Qual Saf Health Care, 15, 174–178.
  • Sujan, M., Spurgeon, P.,  Cooke, M. (2015) The role of dynamic trade-offs in creating safety—A qualitative study of handover across care boundaries in emergency care. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 141, 54-62.
  • Sujan, Mark A., Huayi Huang, Jeffrey Braithwaite (2016) Learning from incidents in health care: critique from a Safety-II perspective. Safety Science,
  • Taylor, N, Clay-Williams, R, Ting, H.P, Arnolda, G, Winata, T, Hogden, E, Braithwaite, J (2020) Do organisation-level quality management systems influence department-level quality? A cross-sectional study across 32 large hospitals in Australia. International Journal for Quality in Health Care, DUQuA Supplement, 32(Supplement 1), 35-42 (link)
  • Vincent, C., Aylin, P., Franklin, B. D., Holmes, A., Iskander, S., Jacklin, A., Moorthy, K. (2008) Is health care getting safer? BMJ, Volume 337, 1205-1207
  • Wears, R. L., Perry S., McFauls A. (2006) “Free Fall” – A Case Study of Resilience, Its Degradation, and Recovery in an Emergency Department. the Second Resilience Engineering Symposium,
  • Westrum, R. (2004) A typology of organisational cultures Qual Saf Health Care, 13 (Suppl II), ii22–ii27
  • Wiig, S, Braithwaite, J, Clay-Williams, R (2020) It’s time to step it up! Why safety investigations in healthcare should look more to safety science International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Volume 32, Issue 4, May 2020, 281-284 (link)
  • Woods, D. D., Cook, R. I. (2002) Nine Steps to Move Forward from Error. Cognition, Technology & Work, 4, 137–144
  • Zhuravsky L, Lofquist EA, Braithwaite J (2019) Creating resilience in health care organisations through various forms of shared leadership. In (eds): Resilient Health Care Volume 5: Working Across Boundaries Taylor & Francis Group, 53-66 (link)


Reports

  • de Vos MS. (2018) PhD thesis: Healthcare improvement based on learning from adverse outcomes. Leiden University, 1-245 (link)
  • Hollnagel, E., Wears, R. L., Braithwaite, J. (2015) From Safety-I to Safety-II: A White Paper. (link)
  • (2013) Ideas to innovation: Stimulating collaboration in the application of resilience engineering to healthcare. Washington DC., Summary from a meeting June 13-14,
  • Hollnagel, E. (2012) Proactive approaches to safety management. London: The Health Foundation,