Debra Nestel
Debra Nestel
Professor of Surgical Education, Department of Surgery (Austin), University of Melbourne & Professor
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The impact of stress on surgical performance: a systematic review of the literature
S Arora, N Sevdalis, D Nestel, M Woloshynowych, A Darzi, R Kneebone
Surgery 147 (3), 318-330. e6, 2010
Role-play for medical students learning about communication: guidelines for maximising benefits
D Nestel, T Tierney
BMC medical education 7, 1-9, 2007
The effects of stress on surgical performance
CM Wetzel, RL Kneebone, M Woloshynowych, D Nestel, K Moorthy, ...
The American Journal of Surgery 191 (1), 5-10, 2006
Simulation in clinical teaching and learning
JM Weller, D Nestel, SD Marshall, PM Brooks, JJ Conn
Medical Journal of Australia 196 (9), 594-594, 2012
Rating medical emergency teamwork performance: development of the Team Emergency Assessment Measure (TEAM)
S Cooper, R Cant, J Porter, K Sellick, G Somers, L Kinsman, D Nestel
Resuscitation 81 (4), 446-452, 2010
An innovative model for teaching and learning clinical procedures
R Kneebone, J Kidd, D Nestel, S Asvall, P Paraskeva, A Darzi
Medical education 36 (7), 628-634, 2002
Making patient safety the focus: crisis resource management in the undergraduate curriculum
B Flanagan, D Nestel, M Joseph
Medical education 38 (1), 56-66, 2004
The human face of simulation: patient-focused simulation training
R Kneebone, D Nestel, C Wetzel, S Black, R Jacklin, R Aggarwal, ...
Academic Medicine 81 (10), 919-924, 2006
Objective structured assessment of debriefing: bringing science to the art of debriefing in surgery
S Arora, M Ahmed, J Paige, D Nestel, J Runnacles, L Hull, A Darzi, ...
Annals of surgery 256 (6), 982-988, 2012
Observer roles that optimise learning in healthcare simulation education: a systematic review
S O’Regan, E Molloy, L Watterson, D Nestel
Advances in Simulation 1, 1-10, 2016
Factors compromising safety in surgery: stressful events in the operating room
S Arora, L Hull, N Sevdalis, T Tierney, D Nestel, M Woloshynowych, ...
The American Journal of Surgery 199 (1), 60-65, 2010
Complexity, risk and simulation in learning procedural skills
RL Kneebone, D Nestel, C Vincent, A Darzi
Medical education 41 (8), 808-814, 2007
Managing intraoperative stress: what do surgeons want from a crisis training program?
S Arora, N Sevdalis, D Nestel, T Tierney, M Woloshynowych, R Kneebone
The American Journal of Surgery 197 (4), 537-543, 2009
The effects of stress and coping on surgical performance during simulations
CM Wetzel, SA Black, GB Hanna, T Athanasiou, RL Kneebone, D Nestel, ...
Annals of surgery 251 (1), 171-176, 2010
Simulation for learning and teaching procedural skills: the state of the science
D Nestel, J Groom, S Eikeland-HusebÝ, JM O'Donnell
Simulation in healthcare 6 (7), S10-S13, 2011
Reflective practice and its role in simulation
SE HusebÝ, S O'Regan, D Nestel
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 11 (8), 368-375, 2015
Understanding the impact of simulated patients on health care learners’ communication skills: a systematic review
J Kaplonyi, KA Bowles, D Nestel, D Kiegaldie, S Maloney, T Haines, ...
Medical education 51 (12), 1209-1219, 2017
Blurring the boundaries: scenario‐based simulation in a clinical setting
RL Kneebone, J Kidd, D Nestel, A Barnet, B Lo, R King, GZ Yang, ...
Medical education 39 (6), 580-587, 2005
Why do women leave surgical training? A qualitative and feminist study
R Liang, T Dornan, D Nestel
The Lancet 393 (10171), 541-549, 2019
Peer tutoring in patient-centred interviewing skills: experience of a project for first-year students
D Nestel, J Kidd
Medical teacher 25 (4), 398-403, 2003
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