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  • Weldon, S. M., Kelay, T., Ako, E., Cox, B., Bello, F., Kneebone, R. (2018). Sequential simulation used as a novel educational tool aimed at healthcare managers: a patient-centred approach. BMJ Stel. doi: 10.1136/bmjstel-2017-000216

  • Weldon, S. M., Kronfli, M., Bello, F., & Kneebone, R. (2017). How to design a sequential simulation (SQS) for a variety of objectives. BMJ Stel. 3 (Suppl 2) A4-A5; DOI: 10.1136/bmjstel-2017-aspihconf.9        

  • Weldon, S. M., Kronfli, M., Weil, A., Watkins, B., Cox, S., Bello, F., & Kneebone, R. (2017). A multi-discpilnary training programme for end-of-life care: a sequential simulation. BMJ Stel. 3 (Suppl 2) A35-A36; DOI: 10.1136/bmjstel-2017-aspihconf.73

  • Kronfli, M., Weldon, S. M., Kneebone, R., & Bello, F. (2017). Sequential simulation: a new approach to sharing challenges, opportunities and learning in maternity service delivery. BMJ Stel. 3 (Suppl 2) A13-A14; DOI: 10.1136/bmjstel-2017-aspihconf.27

  • Weldon, S-M., Kneebone, R., & Bello, F. (2016). Collaborative healthcare remodelling through Sequential Simulation (SqS): a patient and front-line staff perspective. BMJ Stel. 0:1–9. doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2016-000113 

  • Bezemer, J., Cope, A., Korkiakangas, T., Kress, G., Murtagh, G., Weldon, S-M., & Kneebone, R. (2016). Microanalysis of video from the operating room: an underused approach to patient safety research. BMJ Quality & Safety, 0:1–5. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2016-005816

  • Kneebone, R., Weldon., S-M., & Bello, F. (2016). Engaging patients and clinicians through simulation: rebalancing the dynamics of care. Advances in Simulation. 1 (19). DOI: 10.1186/s41077-016-0019-9 

  • Korkiakangas, T., Weldon, S-M., Bezemer, J., & Kneebone, R. (2016). “Coming Up!”: Why verbal acknowledgement matters in the operating theatre. In S. White & J. Cartmill (Eds.), Communication in Surgical Practice. Equinox. 


  • Weldon, S-M., Ralhan, S., Paice, E., Kneebone, R., & Bello, F. (2016). Sequential simulation of a Patient Pathway. The Clinical Teacher.


  • Sadideen, H., Weldon, S-M., & Kneebone, R. (2016). A video analysis of intra- and inter-professional leadership behaviours within "The Burns Suite": identifying key leadership models. Journal of Surgical Education. 73 (1), p.31-39. ABSTRACT 


  • Huddy, J., Weldon, S-M., Ralhan, S., Hanna, G., Kneebone, R., & Bello, F. (2016). Sequential simulation (SqS) of clinical pathways: a tool for public and patient engagement in point-of care diagnostics. BMJ Open, Vol: 6


  • Bezemer, J., Korkiakangas, T., Weldon, S-M., Kress, G., & Kneebone, R. (2015). Unsettled teamwork: Communication and learning in the operating theatres of an urban hospital. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 72 (2), 361–372. ABSTRACT 


  • Weldon, S-M., Ralhan, S., Paice, E., Kneebone, R., & Bello, F. (2015). Sequential simulation (SqS): an innovative approach to educating GP receptionists about integrated care via a patient journey – A mixed methods approach. BioMed Central Journal Family Practice. 16. pp. 108 ABSTRACT 


  • Paice, L., Weldon, S-M., Ralhan, S., Bello, F., & Kneebone, R. (2015). Sequential simulation (SqS) of a patient journey: an intervention to engage GP receptionists in integrated care. International journal of integrated care. 15.



  • Korkiakangas, T., Weldon, S-M., Bezemer. (2015). Video-supported Simulation for Interactions in the Operating Theatre (ViSIOT). Clinical Simulation in Nursing. 11 (4). pp. 203-207 ABSTRACT 


  • Korkiakangas, T., Weldon, S-M., Bezemer, J.,& Kneebone, R. (2014). Nurse–surgeon object transfer: Video analysis of communication and situation awareness in the operating theatre. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 51 (9). pp. 1195-1206. ABSTRACT 




  • Weldon S-M, Korkiakangas T, Bezemer J, et al., 2012, Video Analysis of Bodily Conduct in Teamwork within the Operating Theatre, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE METHODS, Vol:11, ISSN:1609-4069, Pages:895-896



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2010 - present

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