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Natalya Hasan, MD

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Specialties

Anesthesia

Work and Education

Professional Education

New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, 06/30/2009

Internship

Alameda County Highland Hospital Internal Medicine Residency, Oakland, CA, 06/30/2010

Residency

Stanford University Anesthesiology Residency, Stanford, CA, 06/30/2013

Board Certifications

Anesthesia, American Board of Anesthesiology

All Publications

Assessing the Workplace Culture and Learning Climate in the Inpatient Operating Room Suite at an Academic Medical Center JOURNAL OF SURGICAL EDUCATION Tanaka, P., Hasan, N., Tseng, A., Tran, C., Macario, A., Harris, I. 2019; 76 (3): 64451
Assessing the Workplace Culture and Learning Climate in the Inpatient Operating Room Suite at an Academic Medical Center. Journal of surgical education Tanaka, P., Hasan, N., Tseng, A., Tran, C., Macario, A., Harris, I. 2019

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to elicit perspectives from operating room (OR) personnel on the workplace culture and learning climate in the surgical suite, and to identify behaviors associated with a positive culture and learning climate.DESIGN: Qualitative analyses using survey methodology.SETTING: Main hospital OR suite at a large academic medical center.PARTICIPANTS: Nurses, faculty, and residents who work in the OR suite.RESULTS: To improve the OR environment, survey respondents (n=60) recommended: (1) promoting a respectful "no blame" culture; (2) promoting social cohesion and cross-collaboration; (3) improving communication regarding performance feedback and patient safety; (4) building small interdisciplinary teams working toward common goals; and (5) improving learning opportunities that support professional growth.CONCLUSIONS: Opportunities exist to improve the OR workplace culture and thereby the learning environment.

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