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Terhi Korkiakangas
Terhi Korkiakangas
British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Education
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Communication in the operating theatre
SM Weldon, T Korkiakangas, J Bezemer, R Kneebone
Journal of British Surgery 100 (13), 1677-1688, 2013
1272013
Music and communication in the operating theatre
SM Weldon, T Korkiakangas, J Bezemer, R Kneebone
Journal of advanced nursing 71 (12), 2763-2774, 2015
1102015
Nurse–surgeon object transfer: video analysis of communication and situation awareness in the operating theatre
T Korkiakangas, SM Weldon, J Bezemer, R Kneebone
International Journal of Nursing Studies 51 (9), 1195-1206, 2014
762014
Microanalysis of video from the operating room: an underused approach to patient safety research
J Bezemer, A Cope, T Korkiakangas, G Kress, G Murtagh, SM Weldon, ...
BMJ quality & safety 26 (7), 583-587, 2017
612017
Unsettled teamwork: communication and learning in the operating theatres of an urban hospital
J Bezemer, T Korkiakangas, SM Weldon, G Kress, R Kneebone
Journal of advanced nursing 72 (2), 361-372, 2016
592016
The interactional use of eye-gaze in children with autism spectrum disorders
T Korkiakangas, J Rae
Interaction studies 15 (2), 233-259, 2014
382014
An interactional “live eye tracking” study in autism spectrum disorder: Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches in the study of gaze
K Dindar, T Korkiakangas, A Laitila, E Kärnä
Qualitative research in psychology 14 (3), 239-265, 2017
322017
The Sally–Anne test: An interactional analysis of a dyadic assessment
T Korkiakangas, K Dindar, A Laitila, E Kärnä
International journal of language & communication disorders 51 (6), 685-702, 2016
322016
Multimodality: methodological explorations
R Flewitt, S Price, T Korkiakangas
Qualitative Research 19 (1), 3-6, 2019
312019
Communication, gaze and autism: A multimodal interaction perspective
T Korkiakangas
Routledge, 2018
292018
Building mutual understanding: How children with autism spectrum disorder manage interactional trouble
K Dindar, T Korkiakangas, A Laitila, E Kärnä
Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders 7 (1), 49-77, 2016
292016
Mobilising a team for the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist: a qualitative video study
T Korkiakangas
BMJ quality & safety 26 (3), 177-188, 2017
252017
The interactional work of repeated talk between a teacher and a child with autism
TK Korkiakangas, JP Rae, P Dickerson
Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders 3 (1), 1, 2012
252012
Gearing up to a new activity: How teachers use object adjustments to manage the attention of children with autism
TK Korkiakangas, JP Rae
Augmentative and alternative communication 29 (1), 83-103, 2013
232013
Video-supported simulation for interactions in the operating theatre (ViSIOT)
T Korkiakangas, SM Weldon, J Bezemer, R Kneebone
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 11 (4), 203-207, 2015
202015
Digital research methods: A multimodal approach
C Jewitt, J Bezemer, G Kress, S Price, E Adami, A Burn, M Domingo, ...
Routledge, 2016
182016
Facilitating joint attention with salient pointing in interactions involving children with autism spectrum disorder
K Dindar, T Korkiakangas, A Laitila, E Kärnä
Gesture 15 (3), 372-403, 2016
152016
10 “Coming Up!”: why verbal acknowledgement matters in the operating theatre
T Korkiakangas, SM Weldon, J Bezemer, R Kneebone
Communication in Surgical Practice: Equinox, 2016
152016
A surgical team simulation to improve teamwork and communication across two continents: ViSIOT proof-of-concept study
SM Weldon, T Korkiakangas, J Calzada, JR Korndorffer Jr, RL Kneebone
Journal of Surgical Education 76 (5), 1413-1424, 2019
92019
Challenges in Archiving and Sharing Video Data: Considering Moral, Pragmatic, and Substantial Arguments
TK Korkiakangas
Journal of Research Practice 10 (1), Article M3, 2014
82014
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