Author: Melanie Barlow, Bernadette Watson, Elizabeth Jones, Kate J. Morse, Fiona Maccallum, and Jenny Rudolph

Melanie Barlow (pictured) is the senior lecturer and academic lead of specialized learning environments and simulation at Australian Catholic University. She is a registered nurse with a passion for improving healthcare communication. Bernadette Watson is an honorary professor in the school of psychology at The University of Queensland, Australia. She is an expert in many areas, including quality of care and communication, doctor-patient relationships, communication in medicine, and health communication. She is a qualified researcher with a large plethora of published academic articles. Elizabeth Jones is the current head of the department of psychology at Monash University Malaysia. She has worked in the psychology field for over 30 years and has expertise in social and organization psychology. As a researcher, she is interested in health service delivery, professional-patient communication, and organizational and health communication. Kate J. Morse is the assistant dean for experiential learning and innovation and an associate clinical professor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions at Drexel University. Morse worked as a nurse practitioner for over 23 years and now focuses on "simulated patients." Fiona Maccallum is a senior lecturer in clinical psychology in the school of psychology at The University of Queensland, Australia. As a researcher, she has specific interests in grief and loss, trauma emotion regulation, and anxiety. Her specific work is mechanism focused, and she has amassed a journal article catalog of over 45 entries. Jenny Rudolph is the senior director of innovation at the Center for Medical Simulation. She has a PhD in organizational behavior from Boston College and has specific interests in healthcare education and collaboration at point of care.

Pass Incomplete — How to Keep Healthcare Clinicians from Dropping the Ball
Business and Management INK
January 9, 2024

Pass Incomplete — How to Keep Healthcare Clinicians from Dropping the Ball

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