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Sindre Aske Høyland

Sindre Aske Høyland

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Prof. Olav Hanssensvei 15, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Sindre Aske Høyland


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Exploring the complexity of hydrogen perception and acceptance among key stakeholders in Norway – International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2022
A cross-sector systematic review and synthesis of knowledge on telemedicine interventions in chronic wound management—Implications from a system perspective – International Wound Journal 2022
A holistic perspective on continuing care for substance use and dependence: Results and implications from an in-depth study of a Norwegian continuing care establishment – Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (NAD) 2022
Standardization and flexibility in surgical operations- A question of balancing risk – 2019
Peace, Transport, and Understanding: A place for Samfunnssikkerhet in African Peacebuilding? – Journal of Peacebuilding and Development 2019
Exploring multiple working arrangements in Norwegian engineering, procurement, and construction industry from a middle manager and supervisor perspective: A sociotechnical system perspective – Applied Ergonomics 2019
Real-time video from remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS): A tool for improved decision-making in mass casualty incidents – International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management (IJTPM) 2019
A Contribution to Empirical Revitalization of the Samfunnssikkerhet Concept – Safety 2018
Exploring and modeling the societal safety and societal security concepts – A systematic review, empirical study and key implications – Safety Science 2017
Developing and Applying a Framework for Assessing the Research Quality of Qualitative Project Methods in the EU Project SECUR-ED – Sage Open 2017
Exploring the benefits of cloud services and accountability tools from a competitiveness and return on investment perspective – International Journal of Information Technology and Management 2017
An empirical exploration of the presence of HRO safety principles across the health care sector and construction industry in Norway – Safety Science 2017
Toward an empirical clarification of societal safety and societal security – preliminary findings from interviews with leaders and key stakeholders in Norway – 2017
Exploring how lay rescuers overcome barriers to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation: A qualitative study – Prehospital and Disaster Medicine 2016
Brexit - en exit for sikkerhet? – Stavanger Aftenblad 2016
On the need for revising healthcare failure mode and effect analysis for assessing potential for patient harm in healthcare processes – Reliability Engineering & System Safety 2016
Reviewing the state of knowledge on the societal safety and societal security concepts – an initial modeling effort – 2015
Identifying scientific principles for the concepts of societal safety and societal security – 2015
Exploring relationships between organizational factors and hydrocarbon leaks on offshore platform – Safety Science 2015
Gaining access to a research site and participants in medical and nursing research: a synthesis of accounts – Medical Education 2015
‘It’s a state of mind’ – a qualitative study after two years´experience with the World Health Organization´s surgical safety checklist – Cognition, Technology & Work 2014
Perceptions of time spent on safety tasks in surgical operations: A focus group study – Safety Science 2014
What is it about checklists? : exploring safe work practices in surgical teams – 2013
Svikt kan vendes til styrke – Bergens Tidende 2012
Developing and validating a scientific model for exploring safe work practices in interdisciplinary teams – Safety Science 2012
The nature of operating room time in interdisciplinary surgical operations – 2012
A qualitative study of surgical personnel's experiences with the WHO Surgical Checklist two years after implementation – 2012
Systemet som virker – VG : Verdens gang 2011
Hva innebærer "trygg kirurgi"? – Kirurgen 2011
Exploring safe work practices in surgical operations – The role of time, patient, and operation – 2011
Exploring varieties of knowledge in safe work practices – An ethnographic study of surgical teams – Patient Safety in Surgery 2011
Understanding the system in relation to safe medical work practices – Safety Science Monitor 2011
Trening av ikke-tekniske teamferdigheter – 2010
Rapportering av uønskede hendelser – 2010
Safety First!? Organizational efficiency trends and their influence on safety – Safety Science Monitor 2009
Does change challenge safety? Complexity in the civil aviation transport system – 2009
Error reporting systems as social constructs? The nature and influence of human, technological and organizational interactions – Safety Science Monitor 2008
En studie av endringers betydning for sikkerhet i norsk luftfart – Universitetet i Stavanger 2008
An exploratory study on human, technological and organizational interactions within health care – Safety Science Monitor 2008
Patient safety challenges in a case study hospital - Of relevance for transfusion processes? – Transfusion and Apheresis Science 2008
A theoretical understanding of safe work practices - A comparison of aviation and health care – 2007
Analyse av medisinske feil - Typer, årsaker og forebyggende tiltak – Universitetet i Stavanger 2007
Ikke bare menneskelig svikt – Stavanger Aftenblad 2007
Pasientsikkerhet - Håndtering av feil i helsesektoren – Universitetet i Stavanger 2005
Pasientsikkerhet - En analyse av feilmeldinger ved SUS – Universitetet i Stavanger 2005
Pasientsikkerhet og dagens helsevesen - uforenlige krav? – Stavanger Aftenblad 2005
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