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Professor
Gerhard Peter Dieckmann { "honorific-suffix": "Professor", "fn": "Gerhard Peter Dieckmann", "tel": "", "email": "peter.dieckmann@uis.no" }

Faculty Faculty of Health Sciences
Department Department of Quality and Health Technology
Priv. phone/mob +4528241621

Courses taught

Research fields

Experienced-based teaching and learningPatient SafetyPsychological SafetyLearningcultureVisual Research Methods

Selected publications

1.       Gjeraa K, P, Spanager L, Petersen RH, Ostergaard D, Park YS, et al. Exploring Shared Mental Models of Surgical Teams in Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery Lobectomy. Ann Thorac Surg. 2019;107(3):954-61. (Level 1)

2.       Zottmann J., P., Taraszow T., Rall M. & Fischer F. (2018). Just watching is not enough: Fostering simulation-based learning with collaboration scripts. GMS Journal for Medical Education, 35(3), Doc35. (Level 1)

3.       Ulmer F. F., Sharara-Chami R., Lakissian Z., Stocker M., Scott E. & P (2018). Cultural Prototypes and Differences in Simulation Debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare, 13(4),239-246. (Level 1)

4.       P., Birkvad Rasmussen M., Issenberg S. B., Soreide E., Ostergaard D. & Ringsted C. (2018) Long-term experiences of being a simulation-educator: A multinational interview study. Medical Teacher, 40(7), 713-20. (Level 1)

5.       P., Patterson M., Lahlou S., Mesman J., Nyström P. & Krage R. (2017). Variation and adaptation: learning from success in patient safety-oriented simulation training. Advances in Simulation, 2(1), 21. (Level 1)

6.       Farooq, O., Thorley-Dickinson, V. A., , P., Kasfiki, E. V., Omer, R. M. & Makani, P. (2017). Comparison of oral and video debriefing and its effect on knowledge acquisition following simulation-based learning. BMJ Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning, 3, 48-53. (no level rating)

7.       Aase, I., Aase, K., , P., Arnfinn Bjørshol, C. & Sætre Hansen, B. (2016) Interprofessional communication in a simulation-based team training session in healthcare: A student perspective. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 6(7), 91-100. (no level rating)

8.       P., Glavin R., Hartvigsen Grønholm Jepsen R. M. & Krage R. (2016). Non-Technical Skills Bingo?a game to facilitate the learning of complex concepts. Advances in Simulation, 21(1), 128. (Level 1)

9.       Sollid S.J., P., Aase K., Soreide E., Ringsted C. & Ostergaard D. (2016) Five Topics Health Care Simulation Can Address to Improve Patient Safety: Results From a Consensus Process. J Patient Saf. 2016.

10.    Cheng A., Grant V., P., Arora S., Robinson T. & Eppich W. (2015). Faculty Development for Simulation Programs: Five Issues for the Future of Debriefing Training. Simulation in Healthcare, 10(4), 217-222. (Level 1)

11.    Kihlgren P., Spanager L., & P. (2015). Investigating Novice Doctors? Reflections in Debriefings after Simulation. Medical Teacher, 37(5), 437-443. (Level 1)

12.    P., Hald Clemmensen M., Kart Sørensen T., Kunstek P. & Hellebek A. (2014). Identifying facilitators and barriers for patient safety in a medicine label design system using patient simulation and interviews.Journal of Patient Safety, 12(4), 210-222. (Level 1) 

13.    Staub-Nielsen D., P., Mohr M., Mitchell A. U. & Østergaard, D. (2014). Augmenting Health Care Failure Modes and Effects Analysis With Simulation. Simulation in Healthcare, 9, 48-55. (Level 1)

14.    Chung H. S., P. & Issenberg S. B. (2013). It is time to consider cultural differences in debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare, 8(3), 166-70. (Level 1)

15.    Husebø S. E., P., Rystedt H., Søreide E. & Friberg F. (2013). The relationship between facilitators' questions and the level of reflection in postsimulation debriefing. Simulation in Healthcare, 8(3), 135-142. (Level 1)

Research in progress

Conceptual understanding of human factors concepts in simulation facilitators in healthcareSpeak-up behaviour in medical studentsPsychological safety in an acute care departmentDebriefing interaction patterns in different culturesPatient safety challenges in drug changes in medication rooms

Work experience

Department of Quality and Health Technology, University of Stavanger
Adjunct Professor (Professor II) for Healthcare Education and Patient Safety

 

Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
External Lecturer

 

Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), Center for Human Resources, Capital Region of Denmark, Herlev Hospital, Herlev Denmark, Senior Scientist 

 

Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Stavanger, Norway, Honorary Senior Research Fellow

 

Danish Institute for Medical Simulation (DIMS), Herlev Hospital, Herlev Denmark, Scientific Assistant (80%)

 

Tübingen University Medical School, University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Anaesthesiology, Center for Patient Safety and Simulation ? TüPASS, Scientific Assistant (15%) 

 

Tübingen University Medical School, University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Anaesthesiology, Center for Patient Safety and Simulation ? TüPASS,Scientific Assistant (75%) 

 

Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, 
Scientific Assistant (70%)

 

Tübingen University Medical School, University Hospital Tübingen, Department of Anaesthesiology, Center for Patient Safety and Simulation ? TüPASS, Scientific Assistant (30%) 

 

Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, German
Scientific Assistant

 

Technical University Chemnitz, Germany
Scientific Assistant