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Siri Wiig

Center Director & Professor of Quality and Safety in Healthcare Systems

Det helsevitenskapelige fakultet
Avdeling for kvalitet og helseteknologi
P15 122
Bio

Since April 2020, I am Center Director of SHARE-Center for Resilience in Healthcare. SHARE is the largest research center in Norway investigating into quality and safety in healthcare. The center has 50 researchers affiliated and includes the partners UiS, Norwegian Air Ambulance and NTNU Gjøvik.

My current research interests relate to resilience, organizational, and cultural factors involved in improving quality and safety in healthcare. Areas of interest in my research career involve perception of risk and quality in organizations, risk regulation, patient safety, quality improvement and learning in socio-technical systems in three different sectors: healthcare, petroleum industry, and municipal emergency preparedness.

I have been involved in several national and international research and R&D projects with different collaboration partners. I was principal researcher in the EU FP7 project QUASER (2010-2013). I established a large international and national network both within academia and in healthcare organizations during this period, and was granted by the Research Council Norway with a follow-up project to implement the QUASER-guide in Norwegian primary care settings (2016-2020). From 2018 I am part of the FRIMUMSAM TOPPFORSK project Resilience in Healthcare (2018-2023) as WP lead for for theory development (2018-2020) and currently as project manager (2020-2023). 

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Publications
  • Vitenskapelige publikasjoner
    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri

      (2022)

      Articulating Concepts Matters! Resilient Actions in the Norwegian Governmental Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic; Comment on "Government Actions and Their Relation to Resilience in Healthcare During the COVID-19 Pandemic in New South Wales, Australia and Ontario, Canada".

      International Journal of Health Policy and Management

      ISSN 2322-5939.

      DOI: x.doi.org/10.34172/ijhpm.2022.6892

    • Lungu, Daniel Adrian; Røislien, Jo; Wiig, Siri; Shortt, Marie Therese; Ferre, Francesca; Berg, Siv Hilde; Thune, Henriette; Brønnick, Kolbjørn Kallesten

      (2021)

      The Role of Recipient Characteristics in Health Video Communication Outcomes: Scoping Review.

      Journal of Medical Internet Research

      ISSN 1438-8871.

      DOI: 10.2196/30962

    • Aase, Ingunn; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Strømme, Torunn; Ullebust, Berit; Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Thomsen, Line Hurup; Schibevaag, Lene; van de Bovenkamp, Hester; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Talking about quality: how ‘quality’ is conceptualized in nursing homes and homecare.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 21.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-021-06104-0

    • Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri; Billett, Stephen

      (2021)

      Developing a collaborative learning framework for resilience in healthcare: a study protocol.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      DOI: 10.1136/ bmjopen-2020-045183

    • Wiig, Siri; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Braut, Geir Sverre

      (2021)

      Politics, accident research and analysis : The evolution of investigation methods and practices in healthcare. I: Inside Hazardous Technological Systems Methodological Foundations, Challenges and Future Directions.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 9780367226947.

      s.203-219.

      DOI: 10.1201/9780429281587-13

    • Ree, Eline; Ellis, Louise A.; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Managers’ role in supporting resilience in healthcare: a proposed model of how managers contribute to a healthcare system’s overall resilience.

      International Journal of Health Governance

      ISSN 2059-4631.

      DOI: 10.1108/IJHG-11-2020-0129

    • Petersen, Erika; Lyng, Hilda Bø; Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Relationship between management and resilience in healthcare: a study protocol for a systematic review.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      DOI: 10.1136/ bmjopen-2020-047855

    • Lyng, Hilda Bø; Macrae, Carl James; Guise, Veslemøy; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Fagerdal, Birte; Schibevaag, Lene; Alsvik, Janne Gro; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Balancing adaptation and innovation for resilience in healthcare – a metasynthesis of narratives.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 21.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-021-06592-0

    • Horsely, Carl; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Simulation approaches to enhance team and system resilience. I: Comprehensive healthcare simulation: Improving healthcare systems.

      Springer Nature

      ISBN 9783030729721.

      s.67-71.

      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-72973-8_9

    • Aase, Ingunn; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Thomsen, Line Hurup; Strømme, Torunn; Ullebust, Berit; Schibevaag, Lene; Lyng, Hilda Bø; O'Hara, Jane; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Strategies and lessons learnt from user involvement in researching quality and safety in nursing homes and homecare.

      International Journal of Health Governance

      ISSN 2059-4631.

      Volum 26.

      Hefte 4.

      s.384-396.

      DOI: 10.1108/IJHG-05-2021-0044

    • Lyng, Hilda Bø; Ree, Eline; Wibe, Torunn; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Healthcare leaders’ use of innovative solutions to ensure resilience in healthcare during the Covid-19 pandemic: a qualitative study in Norwegian nursing homes and home care services.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 21.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-021-06923-1

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Braut, Geir Sverre; Macrae, Carl James; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Investigating hospital supervision: a case study of regulatory inspectors’ roles as potential co-creators of resilience.

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      Volum 17.

      Hefte 2.

      s.122-130.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000814

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Simulation to improve primary care systems . I: Comprehensive healthcare simulation: Improving healthcare systems.

      Springer Nature

      ISBN 9783030729721.

      s.163-167.

      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-72973-8_22

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      The role of organizational factors in how efficiency-thoroughness trade-offs potentially affect clinical quality dimensions – a review of the literature.

      International Journal of Health Governance

      ISSN 2059-4631.

      Volum 26.

      Hefte 3.

      s.250-265.

      DOI: 10.1108/IJHG-12-2020-0134

    • Shortt, Marie Therese; Smeets, Ionica; Wiig, Siri; Berg, Siv Hilde; Lungu, Daniel Adrian; Thune, Henriette; Røislien, Jo

      (2021)

      Shortcomings in Public Health Authorities’ Videos on COVID-19: Limited Reach and a Creative Gap.

      Frontiers in Communication

      ISSN 2297-900X.

      DOI: 10.3389/fcomm.2021.764220

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Thorsen, Kjetil; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Wiig, Siri; Hofmann, Bjørn Morten

      (2021)

      Impact on radiological practice of active guideline implementation of Musculoskeletal guideline, as measured over a 12-month period.

      Acta Radiologica Open

      ISSN 2058-4601.

      Volum 10.

      Hefte 3.

      s.1-9.

      DOI: 10.1177/2058460120988171

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Aase, Karina; Chambers, Mary; Canfield, Carolyn; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Patient and stakeholder involvement in resilient healthcare: an interactive research study protocol.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 11.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2021-049116

    • Berg, Siv Hilde; O’Hara, Jane; Shortt, Marie Therese; Thune, Henriette; Brønnick, Kolbjørn Kallesten; Lungu, Daniel Adrian; Røislien, Jo; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: a rapid scoping review.

      BMC Public Health

      ISSN 1471-2458.

      Volum 21.

      s.1-23.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12889-021-11468-3

    • Koval, Olena Mykolajivna; Engen, Ole Andreas Hegland; Kringen, Jacob; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Strategies of communicating health-related risks to vulnerable groups of immigrants during a pandemic: a scoping review of qualitative and quantitative evidence.

      International Journal of Health Governance

      ISSN 2059-4631.

      DOI: 10.1108/IJHG-06-2021-0070

    • Wiig, Siri; O'Hara, Jane K

      (2021)

      Resilient and responsive healthcare services and systems: challenges and opportunities in a changing world.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-021-07087-8

    • Johannessen, Terese; Ree, Eline; Aase, Ingunn; Bal, Roland; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Exploring managers’ response to a quality and safety leadership intervention: findings from a multiple case study in Norwegian nursing homes and homecare services.

      BMJ Open Quality

      ISSN 2399-6641.

      Volum 10.

      Hefte 3.

      DOI: 10.1136/ bmjoq-2021-001494

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Aase, Ingunn

      (2020)

      To what degree and how do healthcare professionals in nursing homes and homecare practice user involvement? A mixed methods study.

      Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning

      ISSN 2387-5976.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 2.

      s.119-136.

      DOI: 10.18261/issn.2387-5984-2020-02-09

    • Johannessen, Terese; Ree, Eline; Aase, Ingunn; Bal, Roland; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Exploring challenges in quality and safety work in nursing homes and home care – a case study as basis for theory development.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 20.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05149-x

    • Aase, Ingunn; Ree, Eline; Strømme, Torunn; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Behind the Scenes of a Patient Safety Leadership Intervention in Nursing Homes and Homecare Researchers’ Tips for Success.

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000786

    • Wiig, Siri; Hibbert, Peter D.; Braithwaite, Jeffrey

      (2020)

      The patient died: What about involvement in the investigation process?.

      International Journal for Quality in Health Care

      ISSN 1353-4505.

      s.1-5.

      DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzaa034

    • Wiig, Siri; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Clay-Williams, Robyn

      (2020)

      It’s time to step it up. Why safety investigations in healthcare should look more to safety science.

      International Journal for Quality in Health Care

      ISSN 1353-4505.

      DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzaa013

    • Nunes, Francisco; Robert, Glenn; Weggelaar-Jansen, Anne Marie; Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Karltun, Anette; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2020)

      Enacting quality improvement in ten European hospitals: a dualities approach.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05488-9

    • Wæhle, Hilde Valen; Haugen, Arvid Steinar; Wiig, Siri; Softeland, Eirik; Sevdalis, Nick; Harthug, Stig

      (2020)

      How does the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist fit with existing perioperative risk management strategies? An ethnographic study across surgical specialties.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 20.

      s.1-11.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-4965-5

    • Wiig, Siri; Rutz, Suzanne; Boyd, Alan J.; Churruca, Kate; Kleefstra, Sophia; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; O'Hara, Jane; van de Bovenkamp, Hester

      (2020)

      What methods are used to promote patient and family involvement in healthcare regulation? A multiple case study across four countries.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05471-4

    • Ree, Eline; Aase, Ingunn; Strømme, Torunn; Westbrook, Johanna; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Lessons learnt from nursing home and homecare managers’ experiences with using the SAFE-LEAD guide.

      Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning

      ISSN 2387-5976.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 2.

      s.103-118.

      DOI: 10.18261/issn.2387-5984-2020-02-08

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Dalen, Ingvild; Braut, Geir Sverre; Gilje, Bjørnar; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Measuring next of kin satisfaction with hospital cancer care: using a mixed‐method approach as basis for improving quality and safety.

      Journal of Advanced Nursing

      ISSN 0309-2402.

      Volum 76.

      s.1232-1246.

      DOI: 10.1111/jan.14315

    • Aase, Karina; Guise, Veslemøy; Billett, Stephen; Sollid, Stephen J. M.; Njå, Ove; Røise, Olav; Manser, Tanja; Anderson, Janet; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Resilience in healthcare (RiH): a longitudinal research programme protocol.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 10.

      Hefte 10.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-038779

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Braut, Geir Sverre; Fagerdal, Birte; Gilje, Bjørnar; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Developing a Next-of-Kin Involvement Guide in Cancer Care—Results From a Consensus Process.

      Cancer Nursing

      ISSN 0162-220X.

      DOI: 10.1097/NCC.0000000000000869

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Braut, Geir Sverre; Macrae, Carl James; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Exploring links between resilience and the macro-level development of healthcare regulation - a Norwegian case study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 20.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05513-x

    • Gjestsen, Martha Therese; Wiig, Siri; Testad, Ingelin

      (2020)

      Health Care Personnel’s Perspective on Potential Electronic Health Interventions to Prevent Hospitalizations for Older Persons Receiving Community Care: Qualitative Study.

      Journal of Medical Internet Research

      ISSN 1438-8871.

      Volum 22.

      Hefte 2.

      DOI: 10.2196/12797

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Wiig, Siri; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Hofmann, Bjørn Morten

      (2020)

      Health care personnel’s perception of guideline implementation for musculoskeletal imaging: a process evaluation.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05272-9

    • Jeppesen, Elisabeth; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Resilience in a prehospital setting - a new focus for future research?.

      Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine

      ISSN 1757-7241.

      Volum 28.

      Hefte 104.

      DOI: 10.1186/s13049-020-00803-z

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Røise, Olav; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Would you be interested in participating in a study about hospital readmissions…? Experiences with methodological strategies and techniques for recruiting GPs to participate in qualitative research.

      Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning

      ISSN 2387-5976.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 2.

      s.178-183.

      DOI: 10.18261/issn.2387-5984-2020-02-14

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Billett, Stephen; Canfield, Carolyn; Røise, Olav; Njå, Ove; Guise, Veslemøy; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Ree, Eline; Anderson, Janet; Macrae, Carl

      (2020)

      Defining the boundaries and operational concepts of resilience in the resilience in healthcare research program.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 330.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05224-3

    • Johannesen, Dag Tomas Sagen; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Exploring hospital certification processes from the certification body’s perspective - a qualitative study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 20.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05093-w

    • Johannesen, Dag Tomas Sagen; Lindøe, Preben Hempel; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Certification as support for resilience? Behind the curtains of a certification body — a qualitative study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 20.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-020-05608-5

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Braut, Geir Sverre; Macrae, Carl James; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Hospital managers’ perspectives with implementing quality improvement measures and a new regulatory framework - a qualitative case study.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 10.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2020-042847

    • Anderson, Janet; Aase, Karina; Bal, Roland; Bourrier, Mathilde; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Nakajima, Kazue; Wiig, Siri; Guise, Veslemøy

      (2020)

      Multilevel influences on resilient healthcare in six countries: an international comparative study protocol.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 10.

      DOI: 10.1136/ bmjopen-2020-039158

    • Anderson, Janet; Ross, Alister; Macrae, Carl; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Defining adaptive capacity in healthcare: A new framework for researching resilient performance.

      Applied Ergonomics

      ISSN 0003-6870.

      Volum 87.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.apergo.2020.103111

    • Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Ullebust, Berit; Ree, Eline; Schibevaag, Lene; Thomsen, Line Hurup; Strømme, Torunn; Aase, Karina; Aase, Ingunn; Ellis, Louise A.; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      How to deal with context? Evaluation of the SAFE-LEAD Context Tool for quality and safety in nursing home and homecare services.

      Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning

      ISSN 2387-5976.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 2.

      s.87-102.

      DOI: 10.18261/issn.2387-5984-2020-02-07

    • Wiig, Siri; Schibevaag, Lene; Tvete Zachrisen, Rannveig; Hannisdal, Einar; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Anderson, Janet

      (2019)

      Next-of-Kin Involvement in Regulatory Investigations of Adverse Events That Caused Patient Death: A Process Evaluation (Part II: The Inspectors' Perspective).

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000634

    • Macrae, Carl; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Resilience: From Practice to Theory and Back Again. I: Exploring Resilience A Scientific Journey from Practice to Theory.

      Springer Nature

      ISBN 978-3-030-03189-3.

      s.121-128.

      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03189-3_15

    • Wiig, Siri; Fahlbruch, Babette

      (2019)

      Exploring Resilience – An Introduction. I: Exploring Resilience A Scientific Journey from Practice to Theory.

      Springer Nature

      ISBN 978-3-030-03189-3.

      s.1-7.

      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-03189-3_1

    • Wiig, Siri; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Tvete Zachrisen, Rannveig; Hannisdal, Einar; Schibevaag, Lene

      (2019)

      Next of Kin Involvement in Regulatory Investigations of Adverse Events That Caused Patient Death: A Process Evaluation (Part I – The Next of Kin's Perspective).

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000630

    • Anderson, Janet; Robert, Glenn B.; Nunes, Francisco; Bal, Roland; Burnett, Susan J.; Karltun, Anette; Sanne, Johan; Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2019)

      Translating research on quality improvement in five European countries into a reflective guide for hospital leaders: the ‘QUASER Hospital Guide’.

      International Journal for Quality in Health Care

      ISSN 1353-4505.

      DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzz055

    • Wæhle, Hilde Valen; Harthug, Stig; Søfteland, Eirik; Sevdalis, Nick; Smith, Ingrid; Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Haugen, Arvid Steinar

      (2019)

      Investigation of perioperative work processes in provision of antibiotic prophylaxis: a prospective descriptive qualitative study across surgical specialties in Norway .

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 9:e029671.

      Hefte 6.

      s.1-11.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029671

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Røise, Olav; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Hospital physicians’ views on discharge and readmission processes: a qualitative study from Norway.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 9.

      s.1-15.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-031297

    • Johannessen, Terese; Ree, Eline; Strømme, Torunn; Aase, Ingunn; Bal, Roland; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Designing and pilot testing of a leadership intervention to improve quality and safety in nursing homes and home care (the SAFE-LEAD intervention) .

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 9.

      Hefte 6.

      s.1-11.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-027790

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Linking transformational leadership, patient safety culture and work engagement in home care services.

      Nursing Open

      ISSN 2054-1058.

      DOI: 10.1002/nop2.386

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Johannessen, Terese; Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Hurup-Thomsen, Line; van de Bovenkamp, Hester; Bal, Roland; Ree, Eline

      (2019)

      How to deal with context? A context-mapping tool for quality and safety in nursing homes and homecare (SAFE-LEAD Context).

      BMC Research Notes

      ISSN 1756-0500.

      Volum 12.

      s.1-8.

      DOI: 10.1186/s13104-019-4291-3

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri; Manser, Tanja Nicole; Storm, Marianne

      (2019)

      How is patient involvement measured in patient centeredness scales for health professionals? A systematic review of their measurement properties and content.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 19.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3798-y

    • Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      How do contextual factors influence quality and safety work in the Norwegian home care and nursing home settings? A qualitative study about managers’ experiences .

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 9.

      Hefte 7.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2018-025197

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Employees’ perceptions of patient safety culture in Norwegian nursing homes and home care services .

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 19.

      Hefte 1.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-019-4456-8

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Regulation and resilience at the macro-level healthcare system – a literature review. I: Proceedings of the 29th European Safety and Reliability Conference(ESREL). 22 – 26 September 2019 Hannover, Germany .

      Research Publishing Services

      ISBN 978-981-11-2724-3.

      s.1373-1381.

      DOI: 10.3850/978-981-11-2724-3_ 0075-c

    • Wiig, Siri; Braut, Geir Sverre

      (2018)

      Developments in analysis of severe adverse events in healthcare - policy and practice in Norway. I: Prevention of Accidents at Work: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the Prevention of Accidents at Work (WOS 2017), October 3-6, 2017, Prague, Czech Republic.

      Taylor & Francis

      ISBN 9781138037960.

      s.39-45.

    • Wiig, Siri; Bourrier, Mathilde; Aase, Karina; Røise, Olav

      (2018)

      Transparency in Health Care: Disclosing Adverse Events to the Public. I: Risk Communication for the Future,.

      Springer

      ISBN 978-3-319-74098-0.

      s.111-127.

      DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-74098-0

    • Johannessen, Terese; Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri; van de Bovenkamp, Hester; Bal, Roland

      (2018)

      Reviewing macro level factors for understanding quality and patient safety improvements effort across countries.. I: Safety and Reliability – Safe Societies in a Changing World. Proceedings of ESREL 2018, June 17-21, 2018, Trondheim, Norway.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 9781351174657.

      s.205-213.

    • Storm, Marianne; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Care Coordination, Samhandling, and Patient Safety. I: Interaction: ‘Samhandling’ Under Risk: A Step Ahead of the Unforeseen .

      Cappelen Damm Akademisk

      ISBN 978-82-02-53502-5.

      s.429-450.

      DOI: 10.23865/noasp.36.ch23

    • Heggelund, Cathrine; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Promoting resilience in the maternity services. I: Delivering Resilient Health Care.

      Routledge

      ISBN 9780429469695.

      s.80-96.

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Røise, Olav; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Churruca, Kate; Braithwaite, Jeffrey; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Nursing home leaders’and nurses’experiences of resources,staffing and competence levels and the relation to hospital readmissions –a case study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 18.

      Hefte 955.

      s.1-15.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3769-3

    • Wiig, Siri; Macrae, Carl

      (2018)

      Introducing national healthcare safety investigation bodies.

      British Journal of Surgery

      ISSN 0007-1323.

      Volum 105.

      Hefte 13.

      s.1710-1712.

      DOI: 10.1002/bjs.11033

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Wiig, Siri; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Hofmann, Bjørn

      (2018)

      Barriers and facilitators for guideline adherence in diagnostic imaging: an explorative study of GPs’ and radiologists’ perspectives.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 18.

      Hefte 556.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3372-7

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Strømme, Torunn; Storm, Marianne; Aase, Ingunn; Ullebust, Berit; Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Hurup Thomsen, Line; Sandvik Pedersen, Anne Torhild; van de Bovenkamp, Hester; Bal, Roland; Aase, Karina

      (2018)

      Improving quality and safety in nursing homes and home care: the study protocol of a mixed-methods research design to implement a leadership intervention.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 8:e020933.

      Hefte 3.

      s.1-8.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2017-020933

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Wiig, Siri; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Hofmann, Bjørn Morten

      (2018)

      Development and conduction of an active re-implementation of the Norwegian musculoskeletal guidelines.

      BMC Research Notes

      ISSN 1756-0500.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte 785.

      DOI: 10.1186/s13104-018-3894-4

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Braut, Geir Sverre; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Resilience From a Stakeholder Perspective: The role of Next of Kin in cancer care.

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      Volum 16.

      Hefte 3.

      s.e205-e210.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000532

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Gilje, Bjørnar; Braut, Geir Sverre; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Next-of-kin involvement in improving hospital cancer care quality and safety – a qualitative cross-case study as basis for theory development .

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 18.

      Hefte 324.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3141-7

    • Kattouw, Christophe Eward; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Organiseringen av hjemmesykepleien kan gå ut over sikkerhet og kvalitet.

      Sykepleien Forskning

      ISSN 1890-2936.

      Volum 13.

      DOI: 10.4220/Sykepleienf.2018.74391

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Røise, Olav; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Exploring physicians' decision-making in hospital readmission processes - a comparative case study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 18.

      Hefte 725.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3538-3

    • Nunes, Francisco; Anderson, Janet E.; Martins, Luis; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      The hybrid identity of micro enterprises: contrasting the perspectives of community pharmacies’ owners-managers and employees.

      Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development

      ISSN 1462-6004.

      Volum 24.

      Hefte 1.

      s.34-53.

      DOI: 10.1108/JSBED-05-2016-0069

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Perceptions of telecare training needs in home healthcare services: a focus group study.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 17.

      Hefte 164.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-017-2098-2

    • Gjestsen, Martha Therese; Wiig, Siri; Testad, Ingelin

      (2017)

      What are the key contextual factors when preparing for successful implementation of assistive living technology in primary elderly care? A case study from Norway.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 7.

      Hefte 9.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015455

    • Johannesen, Dag Tomas Sagen; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Why adopt ISO 9001 certification in hospitals? A case study of external triggers and sensemaking in an emergency department in Norway.

      Safety in health

      ISSN 2056-5917.

      Volum 3.

      Hefte 7.

      DOI: 10.1186/s40886-017-0058-5

    • Aaberg, Oddveig Reiersdal; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Interprofessional team training in hospital wards: A literature review. I: Safety & Reliability, Theory and Applications.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 978-1138629370.

      s.241-250.

    • Schaefer, Charlotta; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Strategy and practise of external inspection in healthcare services - a Norwegian comparative case study.

      Safety in health

      ISSN 2056-5917.

      Volum 3.

      Hefte 3.

      DOI: 10.1186/s40886-017-0054-9

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      The relationship between understaffing of nurses and patient safety in hospitals - A literature review with thematic analysis.

      Open Journal of Nursing

      ISSN 2162-5336.

      Volum 7.

      s.1387-1429.

      DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2017.712100

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Preparing for Organizational Change in Home Health Care With Simulation-Based Training.

      Clinical Simulation in Nursing

      ISSN 1876-1399.

      Volum 12.

      Hefte 11.

      s.496-503.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.ecns.2016.07.011

    • Kilskar, Stine Skaufel; Øien, Knut; Tinmannsvik, Ranveig Kviseth; Heggland, Jon Erling; Hinderaker, Rolf H.; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Major Accident Indicators in High Risk Industries - A Literature Review. I: SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility, 11-13 April, 2016 Stavanger, Norway.

      Society of Petroleum Engineers

      ISBN 978-1-61399-443-6.

      DOI: 10.2118/179223-MS

    • Husebø, Sissel Iren Eikeland; Wiig, Siri; Guise, Veslemøy; Storm, Marianne; Hansen, Britt Sætre

      (2016)

      Status of Nordic Research on Patient Safety and Quality of Care. I: Researching Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care: A Nordic Perspective.

      Taylor & Francis

      ISBN 9781472477132.

      DOI: 10.1201/9781315605609-2

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Husebø, Anne Marie Lunde; Storm, Marianne; Moltu, Kirsti; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Telecare in Home Healthcare Services: Implications for Quality and Safety. I: Researching Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care: A Nordic Perspective.

      Taylor & Francis

      ISBN 9781472477132.

      s.179-193.

      DOI: 10.1201/9781315605609-13

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Leading quality and patient safety improvement in Norwegian hospitals. I: Researching Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care: A Nordic Perspective.

      Taylor & Francis

      ISBN 9781472477132.

      s.161-175.

      DOI: 10.1201/9781315605609-12

    • Wiig, Siri; Manser, Tanja

      (2016)

      Studying patient safety and quality from different methodological angles and perspectives. I: Researching Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care: A Nordic Perspective.

      Taylor & Francis

      ISBN 9781472477132.

      s.43-56.

      DOI: 10.1201/9781315605609-4

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Evaluating a simulation-based telecare training program for home healthcare professionals: a trainee perspective.

      Journal of Nursing Education and Practice (JNEP)

      ISSN 1925-4040.

      Volum 7.

      Hefte 5.

      s.76-86.

      DOI: 10.5430/jnep.v7n5p76

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Improving the quality and safety of cancer care in hospitals: a study of NeXT-of-kin involvement. I: 4TH NORDIC CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH IN PATIENT SAFETY AND QUALITY IN HEALTHCARE.

      ISBN 978-952-61-2129-1.

    • Burnett, Susan J.; Mendel, Peter; Nunes, Francisco; Wiig, Siri; van de Bovenkamp, Hester; Karltun, Anette; Robert, Glenn B.; Anderson, Janet E.; Vincent, Charles A.; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2016)

      Using institutional theory to analyse hospital responses to external demands for finance and quality in five European countries.

      Journal of Health Services Research and Policy

      ISSN 1355-8196.

      Volum 21.

      Hefte 2.

      s.109-117.

      DOI: 10.1177/1355819615622655

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri

      (2015)

      Læring og uønskede hendelser. I: Pasientsikkerhet teori og praksis.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215024813.

      s.98-112.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2015)

      Ledelse og pasientsikkerhet. I: Pasientsikkerhet teori og praksis.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215024813.

      s.113-126.

    • Wiig, Siri; Lindahl, Anne Karin

      (2015)

      Indikatorer for sikkerhetsarbeid - hvorfor og hvordan?. I: Pasientsikkerhet teori og praksis.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215024813.

      s.235-247.

    • Storm, Marianne; Wiig, Siri

      (2015)

      Pasientperspektivet og sikkerhet. I: Pasientsikkerhet teori og praksis.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215024813.

      s.62-73.

    • Wiig, Siri; Guise, Veslemøy; Anderson, Janet; Storm, Marianne; Husebø, Anne Marie Lunde; Testad, Ingelin; Søyland, Elsa; Lorentsen Moltu, Kirsti

      (2014)

      Safer@home- Simulation and training: the study protocol of a qualitative action research design.

      BMJ Open

      ISSN 2044-6055.

      Volum 4.

      Hefte 7.

      DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2014-004995

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; von Plessen, Christian; Burnett, Susan J.; Nunes, Francisco; Weggelar, Anne Marie; Anderson - Gare, Boel; Calltorp, Johan; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2014)

      Talking about quality: exploring how 'quality' is conceptualized in European hospitals and healthcare systems.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 14.

      DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-478

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Anderson, Janet; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Patient safety risks associated with telecare: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the literature.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 14.

      DOI: 10.1186/s12913-014-0588-z

    • Wiig, Siri; Robert, Glenn; Anderson, Janet; Pietikainen, Elina; Reiman, Teemu; Macchi, Luigi; Aase, Karina

      (2014)

      Applying different quality and safety models in healthcare improvement work: Boundary objects and system thinking.

      Reliability Engineering & System Safety

      ISSN 0951-8320.

      Volum 125.

      s.134-144.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.ress.2014.01.008

    • LeCoze, Jean Christophe; Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Beyond procedures, can ‘safety culture’ be regulated?. I: Trapping safety into rules : how desirable or avoidable is proceduralization?.

      Ashgate

      ISBN 978-1-4094-5226-3.

      s.191-203.

      DOI: 10.1201/9781315549774-12

    • Tharaldsen, Jorunn Elise; Wiig, Siri; Østnes, Hilde Karin; Ersdal, Gerhard; Hinderaker, Rolf H.; Lootz, Elisabeth; Knudsen, Sigve; Hanson, Bjørn Andreas; Dybvig, Gunnar; Lauridsen, Øyvind

      (2013)

      A System Perspective on Organizational Learning. I: SPE European HSE Conference and Exhibition - Health, Safety, Environment and Social Responsibility in the Oil &Gas Exploration, Apr 16 - 18, 2013 2013, London, United Kingdom.

      Society of Petroleum Engineers

      ISBN 978161399256-2.

      DOI: 10.2118/164999-MS

    • Burnett, Susan J.; Renz, Anna; Wiig, Siri; Fernandes, Alexandra; Weggelar, Anne Marie; Calltorp, Johan; Anderson, Janet; Robert, Glenn; Vincent, Charles A.; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2013)

      Prospects for comparing European hospitals in terms of quality and safety: lessons from a comparative study in five countries.

      International Journal for Quality in Health Care

      ISSN 1353-4505.

      Volum 25.

      Hefte 1.

      s.1-7.

      DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzs079

    • Wiig, Siri; Storm, Marianne; Aase, Karina; Gjestsen, Martha Therese; Solheim, Marit; Harthug, Stig; Robert, Glenn B.; Fulop, Naomi J.

      (2013)

      Investigating the use of patient involvement and patient experience in quality improvement in Norway: rhetoric or reality?.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 13.

      Hefte 206.

      DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-13-206

    • Rosness, Ragnar; Blakstad, Helene Cecilie; Forseth, Ulla; Dahle, Irene Bergljot; Wiig, Siri

      (2012)

      Environmental conditions for safety work - Theoretical foundations.

      Safety Science

      ISSN 0925-7535.

      Volum 50.

      Hefte 10.

      s.1967-1976.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2011.12.029

    • Wiig, Siri; Quartz, Julia; von Plessen, Christian; Harthug, Stig

      (2012)

      Organizing for quality and safety in health care - the Norwegian Case. I: Advances in Safety, Reliability and Risk Management - proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2011.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 978-0-415-68379-1.

      s.1211-1217.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2012)

      Risk perception in health care - A study of differences across organizational interfaces. I: Advances in Safety, Reliability and Risk Management - proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2011.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 978-0-415-68379-1.

      s.1808-1816.

    • Wiig, Siri; Husebø, Anne Marie Lunde

      (2012)

      Using simulation-based training to ensure safe implementation processes of new technology in the home context – A literature review. I: 2nd Nordic Conference on Research in Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care,Book of Abstracts, 6-7. March 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark.

      ISBN 978-87-92706-43-0.

      s.61-63.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Pietikainen, Elina; Reiman, Teemu; Macchi, Luigi; Anderson, Janet E.; Robert, Glenn

      (2012)

      Studying quality and safety in hospitals by using different theoretical frameworks - does it matter?. I: 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and the Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference 2012, 25-29 June 2012, Helsinki, Finland.

      Curran Associates, Inc.

      ISBN 978-1-62276-436-5.

      s.5954-5965.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2012)

      A joyous occasion? How centralisation as part of quality improvement shapes power battles within the organization of maternity care. I: 2nd Nordic Conference on Research in Patient Safety and Quality in Health Care,Book of Abstracts, 6-7. March 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark.

      ISBN 978-87-92706-43-0.

      s.79-81.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ersdal, Gerhard; Guldbrandsen, Tone; Hanson, Bjørn Andreas; Tharaldsen, Jorunn Elise; Dybvig, Gunnar; Dahle, Irene Bergljot

      (2012)

      Major accidents and their consequences for risk regulation. I: Advances in Safety, Reliability and Risk Management - proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2011.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 978-0-415-68379-1.

      s.33-41.

    • Wiig, Siri; Tharaldsen, Jorunn-Elise

      (2012)

      In regulation we trust.

      Work : A journal of Prevention, Assesment and rehabilitation

      ISSN 1051-9815.

      Volum 41.

      s.3043-3050.

      DOI: 10.3233/WOR-2012-0562-3043

    • Wiig, Siri; Harthug, Stig; von Plessen, Christian; Burnett, Susan J.

      (2011)

      Measuring quality and safety in Norwegian health care - time for a change?. I: Healthcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety 2011.

      CRC Press

      ISBN 978-0-415-68413-2.

      s.151-155.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri

      (2010)

      Skape og opprettholde et lærende helsevesen?. I: Pasientsikkerhet : teori og praksis i helsevesenet.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 978-82-15-01369-5.

      s.59-73.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri; Høyland, Sindre

      (2009)

      Safety First!? Organizational efficiency trends and their influence on safety.

      Safety Science Monitor

      ISSN 1443-8844.

      Volum 13.

      Hefte 2.

    • Wiig, Siri; Lindøe, Preben

      (2009)

      Patient Safety in the interface between hospital and risk regulator.

      Journal of Risk Research

      ISSN 1366-9877.

      Volum 12.

      Hefte 3-4.

      s.411-426.

      DOI: 10.1080/13669870902952879

    • Aase, Karina; Høyland, Sindre; Wiig, Siri; Nilsen, Stein Tore; Olsen, Espen

      (2008)

      Patient safety challenges in a case study hospital - Of relevance for transfusion processes?.

      Transfusion and Apheresis Science

      ISSN 1473-0502.

      Volum 39.

      Hefte 2.

      s.167-172.

      DOI: 10.1016/j.transci.2008.06.003

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2007)

      Risk regulation strategies in public emergency management - a learning perspective.

      International Journal of Emergency Management

      ISSN 1471-4825.

      Volum 4.

      Hefte 4.

      s.584-599.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2007)

      Fallible humans in infallible systems? Learning from errors in health care.

      Safety Science Monitor

      ISSN 1443-8844.

      Volum 11.

      Hefte 3.

    • Wiig, Siri; Lindøe, Preben

      (2007)

      Patient safety in the interface between hospital and risk regulator. I: Risk, reliability and societal safety : proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference 2007 (ESREL 2007), Stavanger, Norway, 25-27 June 2007.

      Taylor & Francis

      s.219-226.

  • Bøker og kapitler
    • Johannesen, Dag Tomas Sagen

      (2020)

      Certification for Quality in Hospitals. Exploring adoption, approaches and processes of ISO 9001 quality management system certification’.

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Røise, Olav; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug

      (2020)

      Exploring hospital readmissions from the primary healthcare service - A multiple Case Study.

      ISBN 978-82-7644-932-7.

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Hofmann, Bjørn; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke

      (2020)

      Impact of active implementation of the Norwegian Musculoskeletal Guideline on the use of non-traumatic musculoskeletal imaging - A mumtimethod study.

      ISBN 978-82-7644-926-6.

    • Schibevaag, Lene; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Tvete Zachrisen, Rannveig; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      De etterlatte ved hendelsebaserte tilsyn- en evaluering.

      Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISBN 978-82-7644-830-6.

      Hefte 79.

    • Guise, Veslemøy

      (2019)

      Simulation-based telecare training for home healthcare professionals: an action research study.

      ISBN 978-82-7644-825-2.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      De etterlatte ved hendelsesbaserte tilsyn av dødsfall- en evaluering.

      Universitetet i Stavanger

      ISBN 978-82-7644-830-6.

      Hefte 79.

    • Wiig, Siri; Fahlbruch, Babette

      (2019)

      Exploring Resilience A Scientific Journey from Practice to Theory.

      Springer Nature

      ISBN 978-3-030-03189-3.

      Hefte 5.

    • Wiig, Siri; Sætre Hansen, Britt

      (2010)

      Risikopersepsjon på tvers.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215013695.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2010)

      Tilsynets rolle for sikkerhetsarbeid ved norske sykehus.

      Universitetsforlaget

      ISBN 9788215013695.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2008)

      Contributions to risk management in the public sector.

      ISBN 978-82-7644-343-1.

    • Heber, Hilde; Wiig, Siri; Enoksen, Arne

      (2008)

      Human Factors in Drill and Well Operations: The drillers work situation.

      Society of Petroleum Engineers

      ISBN 978-1-55563-165-9.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2006)

      Fallible humans in infallible systems? Learing from errors in health care. I: Proceedings from the 3rd International Conference Working on Safety.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Høyland, Sindre; Olsen, Espen

      (2005)

      Pasientsikkerhet - Håndtering av feil i helsesektoren.

      Hefte 7.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Høyland, Sindre; Olsen, Espen

      (2005)

      Pasientsikkerhet - En analyse av feilmeldinger ved SUS.

      Hefte 8.

  • Formidling
    • Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Hvordan lære av hva som går bra?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      SHARE skriveseminar - Hvordan skrive mer?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Senter for kvalitet og sikkerhet i helsetjenesten: Hvem er vi og hva forsker vi på? .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Sterna Teaching 2021-Methodological approaches for resilience engineering – emphasizing qualitative methods and exploring resilience across system levels from the micro-meso-macro level in healthcare.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      SAFE-LEAD: Hva har vi gjort, lært og lurt på? Og hva nå? .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Havarikommisjoner i helsetjenesten - Hva så og hvem bryr seg?.

    • Fagerdal, Birte; Wiig, Siri; Lyng, Hilda Bø; Guise, Veslemøy

      (2021)

      Resilience in healthcare - a team based approach. The analysis process.

    • Tsandila Kalakou, Foteini; Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2021)

      Resilience factors contributing to healthcare professionals’ compliance and adaptive capacity with hospital standardization practices: a scoping review .

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Bal, Roland

      (2021)

      Reflexive spaces: Leveraging resilience into healthcare regulation and management.

      Journal of patient safety

      ISSN 1549-8417.

      Volum 17.

      Hefte 8.

      s.E1681-E1684.

      DOI: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000658

    • Lyng, Hilda Bø; Wiig, Siri; Guise, Veslemøy; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Macrae, Carl James; Fagerdal, Birte; Schibevaag, Lene

      (2021)

      How to Develop Indicators for Resilience in Healthcare from Capacities.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Pasienten døde – hvordan skal man da få til involvering i tilsynsoppfølging? .

    • Wiig, Siri; Dombestein, Heidi

      (2021)

      Talking about publication channels – Choices, traps, disasters, and victories.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      National healthcare safety investigation bodies – So what and who cares?.

    • Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Billett, Stephen; Guise, Veslemøy; Schibevaag, Lene; Alsvik, Janne Gro; Fagerdal, Birte; Lyng, Hilda Bø; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      The role of collaborative learning in resilience in healthcare - A thematic qualitative metasynthesis of resilience narratives.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Lyng, Hilda Bø; Fagerdal, Birte; Alsvik, Janne Gro; Schibevaag, Lene; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Identifying, categorizing, and mapping stakeholders and stakeholder relationships in resilience in healthcare: preliminary findings from a stakeholder analysis.

    • Fagerdal, Birte; Lyng, Hilda Bø; Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Adaptive capacity in hospital teams a multiple case study.

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      SAFE-LEAD lederguide for kvalitetsarbeid. Et forskningsbasert verktøy for dialog og refleksjon.

    • Berg, Siv Hilde; Shortt, Marie Therese; Røislien, Jo; Lungu, Daniel Adrian; Thune, Henriette; Brønnick, Kolbjørn Kallesten; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Health authorities’ health risk communication with the public during pandemics: a rapid scoping review.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Ingunn

      (2021)

      Episode 1: Presentasjon av SAFE-LEAD forskningsprosjektet.

    • Aase, Ingunn; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Episode nr.10: Bak sceneteppet til forskningsprosjektet.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Ingunn

      (2021)

      Episode nr. 13:Fem år på fem minutt: SAFE-LEAD prosjektet på speed.

    • Aase, Ingunn; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Episode nr.11: Hvordan er kvalitet forstått blant ledere og ansatte i sykehjem og hjemmetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Ingunn

      (2021)

      Episode nr. 3: Intervensjonsutvikling- co-design med feltet.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Artikkelskriving: Do’s and Dont’s .

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Tilsyn uten å sjekke nok.

      Stavanger Aftenblad

      ISSN 0804-8991.

    • Lyng, Hilda Bø; Macrae, Carl James; Guise, Veslemøy; Haraldseid-Driftland, Cecilie; Fagerdal, Birte; Schibevaag, Lene; Alsvik, Janne Gro; Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Balancing adaptation and innovation for resilience in healthcare.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Midtveisfest – hva har vi gjort og hva ønsker vi videre?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      SHARE Midveisevaluering .

    • Wiig, Siri; Dombestein, Heidi

      (2021)

      Hvordan skaper vi fellesskap og “vi” i SHARE – Senter for kvalitet og sikkerhet i helsetjenesten?Et senterleder- og postdoktorperspektiv.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2021)

      Resilience in Healthcare (RiH) - Status .

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SAFE-LEAD lederguide for kvalitetsarbeid. Et forskningsbasert verktøy for dialog og refleksjon.

    • Olsen, Rose Mari; Cappelen, Kathrine; Førland, Oddvar; Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Introduksjon til temanummeret Pasientsikkerhet i helse- og omsorgstjenestene i kommunene.

      Tidsskrift for omsorgsforskning

      ISSN 2387-5976.

      Volum 6.

      Hefte 2.

      s.6-9.

      DOI: 10.18261/issn.2387-5984-2020-02-01

    • Hurup Thomsen, Line; Ree, Eline; Strømme, Torunn; Wiig, Siri; Aase, Ingunn

      (2020)

      Forbedringsarbeid innen ledelse av pasientsikkerhet og kvalitet i kommunal helse- og omsorgstjeneste: SAFE-LEAD light.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      «Widening the horizons – hvilke ulike artikkeltyper kan vi velge mellom?» .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SAFE-LEAD Lederguide for kvalitet og sikkerhetsarbeid – Stopp før du starter .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SAFE-LEAD prosjektet og info om webtool.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Resilience in Healthcare - Analysis workshop.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Internasjonal studie ser på metoder for brukerinvolvering i tilsyn og regulering i helsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Involvering av etterlatte etter uønskede hendelser i helsetjensten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      To nye artikler fra RiH prosjektet er publisert.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Helsedirektoratet på besøk hos SHARE.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Safe-Lead: Status analyser, publikasjoner og veien videre.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SHARE - Hvem er vi og hva gjør vi?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Oppsummering og diskusjon.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SHARE invitert til Nordlandssykehuset i Bodø.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Forskningssamarbeid med Japan om resiliens i helsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      SAFE-LEAD Lederguide for kvalitet og sikkerhetsarbeid – Stopp før du starter - Møte med Kjersti Toppe .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Methodological approaches for resilience engineering – emphasizing qualitative methods and exploring resilience across system levels from the micro-meso-macro level in healthcare.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2020)

      Finnes det en formel for å lykkes med forskningsfinansiering?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      SHARE Research .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      The Patient Died – What about involvement in the regulatory follow up? Experiences from Norway. .

    • Pentz, Benedicte; Kattouw, Christophe Eward; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Tror hjemmesykepleien blir bedre dersom pasientene får være med å bestemme.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Pasientsikkerhetsdag .

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Crossing system boundaries - methodological considerations in a multilevel case study of resilience and regulation in healthcare .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Exploring Resilience - bokpresentasjon .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Lessons learnt from user involvement in SAFE-LEAD.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      SAFE-LEAD + RiH - an intro.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2019)

      Resilience from a SHARE perspective .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      The Patient Died – What about involvement in the regulatory follow up? Experiences from Norway. .

    • Wiig, Siri; Macrae, Carl

      (2019)

      Defining the boundaries of resilience in healthcare.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Safe-Lead what is it?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      What about the role of managers and regulators in resilient healthcare?.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Developing methods to support collaborative learning and co-creation of resilience in hospital cancer care - results from a modified nominal group technique process.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Developing methods to support collaborative learning and co-creation of resilience in hospital cancer care: results from a modified nominal group technique process.

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Røise, Olav; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Bedre samhandling i kampen mot reinnleggelser?.

      Sydvesten

      Volum 4.

      Hefte 25.

      s.10-11.

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Røise, Olav; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Exploring hospital readmissions from the primary healthcare service – A multiple case study .

    • Gransjøen, Ann Mari; Wiig, Siri; Lysdahl, Kristin Bakke; Hofmann, Bjørn Morten

      (2019)

      Development and conduction of, and perceived changes after a re-implementation of the Norwegian Musculoskeletal Guideline.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      What about the role of managers and regulators in resilient healthcare?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      User involvement in research – Lessons learnt from SHARE’s strategy and practice.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Challenge 1 - theoretical Development .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      SHARE - research activities on management.

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Are regulatory systems facilitating resilience? A literature review.

    • Øyri, Sina Furnes; Wiig, Siri; Macrae, Carl; Braut, Geir Sverre

      (2019)

      Reconciling Resilience and Regulation. Rationale & governmental expectations for a leadership focused quality improvement regulation in healthcare.

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2019)

      Exploring managerial resilience in primary care.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      When, and what, to investigate – Input from Norway.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD Intromøte.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD - hva er det og hvorfor svare på spørreskjema?.

    • Akerjordet, Kristin; Hagland, Hanne Røland; Aas, Randi Wågø; Viksveen, Petter; Oftedal, Bjørg Frøysland; Laugaland, Kristin Alstveit; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      How to Educate Young People to work With Public Health and Better Aging.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD intromøte.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Aktuell forskning på pasientsikkerhet ved UiS generelt og SAFE-LEAD prosjektet spesielt .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Intromøte SAFE-LEAD.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD intromøte kommune.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten – et innblikk i SAFE-LEAD prosjektet .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD- A quick look.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD - Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten. Et innblikk i kunnskapsgrunnlag og prosjekt .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Intromøte SAFE-LEAD.

    • Haraldseid, Cecilie; Schibevaag, Lene; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Involvement of the bereaved in supervisory investigation of severe adverse events: a literature review.

    • Schibevaag, Lene; Haraldseid, Cecilie; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Evaluating a New Method for user involvement in supervisory investigation of the most severe adverse events in healthcare.

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten – et innblikk i SAFE-LEAD prosjektet.

    • Hannisdal, Einar; Jan Petter, Odden; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Involvement of the bereaved in supervisory investigation of unexpected Deaths - A Development project.

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri; Manser, Tanja; Storm, Marianne

      (2018)

      The properties and content of patient centeredness scales for health professionals – A systematic review.

    • Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      The SAFE-LEAD project: Improving Quality and Safety in Nursing Homes and Home Care .

    • Glette, Malin Knutsen; Røise, Olav; Kringeland, Tone Åslaug; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      The influence of nursing home Resources on hospital readmissions - A Qualitative study of nurses' and nursing home leaders' perspective.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Dalen, Ingvild; Braut, Geir Sverre; Gilje, Bjørnar; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Measuring next of kin satisfaction with hosptial cancer care as a foundation for improving quality and safety.

    • Wiig, Siri; Macrae, Carl

      (2018)

      Developing a multilevel Resilience in Healthcare Framework.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Velkommen og status i SAFE-LEAD prosjektet .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD - Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SHARE Forskningssenter – hvem er vi og hva forsker vi på innen kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunale helse og omsorgstjenester? .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD - muligheter for masteroppgaver.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten .

    • Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD Pasientsikkerhet i kommunale helse- og omsorgstjenester.

    • Wiig, Siri; Glette, Malin Knutsen; Bondevik, Gunnar Tschudi

      (2018)

      Quality and Safety in primary care.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Exploring Resilience - Book launch.

    • Johannessen, Terese; Ree, Eline; Wiig, Siri; van Bovenkamp, Hester; Bal, Roland

      (2018)

      Reviewing macro level factors as a foundation for understanding quality and patient safety improvement efforts across countries.

    • Holen-Rabbersvik, Elisabeth; Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      SAFE-LEAD - Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunale helse- og omsorgstjenester.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2018)

      Vår vei til SHARE forskningssenter ….og videre satsing!! .

    • Wiig, Siri; Braut, Geir Sverre

      (2017)

      Developments in analysis of severe adverse events in healthcare – Policy and practice in Norway.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Om Senter for kvalitet og sikkerhet i helsetjenesten (SHARE) og undersøkelseskommisjon i helse og omsorgstjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri; Schibevaag, Lene

      (2017)

      De etterlatte ved hendelsesbaserte tilsyn av dødsfall en evaluering.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD: Way forward on designing a KAP survey.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline

      (2017)

      Om SAFE LEAD Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri; Viksveen, Petter

      (2017)

      Rikets tilstand.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Status SHARE og prosjekter som omhandler pårørendes rolle i kvalitetsarbeid.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Statens Undersøkelseskommisjon for helse og omsorgstjenester Velkommen til Stavanger.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE LEAD Primary Care expert advisory Board.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SHARE Hvem er vi og hva gjør vi og hva er SAFE LEAD.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care - muligheter for masteroppgaver.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Pasientsikkerhetsforskning ved UiS.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Seros researh seminar SAFE-LEAD Primary Care.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD on Speed.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Strømme, Torunn; Storm, Marianne; Schibevaag, Lene; Aase, Karina

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Quality and Safety in Primary Care .

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Workshop - partner involvering.

    • Ree, Eline; Strømme, Torunn; Wiig, Siri; Johannessen, Terese

      (2017)

      The role of contextual factors for quality improvement work in nursing homes and home care services.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Strømme, Torunn; Aase, Karina; Storm, Marianne; Schibevaag, Lene

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i kommunehelsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD regionalt samarbeid.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Ønsker undersøkelseskommisjon til Stavanger.

    • Wiig, Siri; Røise, Olav

      (2017)

      Innspill fra UiS til stortingets Helse og omsorgskommitee om lov om uavhengig undersøkelseskommisjon i helse og omsorgstjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Forskning på kvalitet og sikkerhet i SHARE og SAFE-LEAD.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Resilience in a stakeholder perspective: the role of next-of-kin in everyday cancer care.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Centre for Resilience in Healthcare presentation of Research activities to Norwegian Smart Care Cluster.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Digitalisering - erfaringer fra prosjekter i helsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline; Strømme, Torunn; Johannessen, Terese; Storm, Marianne; Schibevaag, Lene; Aase, Karina

      (2017)

      Prosjekt nettsider: http://www.uis.no/research-and-phd-studies/research-centres/share-centre-for-resilience-in-healthcare/safe-lead/.

    • Wiig, Siri; Ree, Eline; Johannessen, Terese; Strømme, Torunn; Storm, Marianne; Schibevaag, Lene; Aase, Karina

      (2017)

      Facebook sider for SAFE-LEAD prosjektet https://www.facebook.com/safeleadproject/.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri; Braut, Geir Sverre; Gilje, Bjørnar

      (2017)

      Improving the quality and safety of cancer care in hospitals- a study of Next-of-kin involvement.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Pårørendes rolle og betydning i kreftomsorgen på norske sykehus.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care - MULTICARE - Mulige grenseflater?.

    • Johannessen, Terese; Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE LEAD Primary Care.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care - Status og veien videre.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care - UiS - ERASMUS collabroation.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2017)

      Exploring Resilience.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      SAFE-LEAD Kick-Off.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Patient safety in a social science perspective.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Pasientsikkerhetsforskning i et samfunnsvitenskapelig perspektiv.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      SAFE-LEAD Prosjektet.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care - kort introduksjon.

    • Husebø, Sissel Iren Eikeland; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Is there a Nordic perspective to research on patient safety and quality?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      12 millioner til prosjekt om sikkerhet i helsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Åpenhet og uønskede hendelser: Hvor langt har vi kommet i Norge?.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; Bourrier, Mathilde; Røise, Olav

      (2016)

      Transparency in healthcare: Displaying adverse events to the public.

    • Kilskar, Stine Skaufel; Øien, Knut; Tinmannsvik, Ranveig Kviseth; Jon Erling, Heggland; Hinderaker, Rolf H.; Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Major Accident Indicators in High Risk Industries - A Literature Review.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Åpenhet og uønskede hendelser: Hvor langt har vi kommet i Norge?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Ledelse av kvalitet og sikkerhet i helsetjenesten.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Pasientsikkerhetsforskning i kommuner.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      SAFE-LEAD Primary Care.

    • Bergerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri; Braut, Geir Sverre; Gilje, Bjørnar

      (2016)

      Improving the quality and safety of cancer care: a study of next of kin involvement.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2016)

      Forståelse av ulykker i et systemperspektiv.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2015)

      Mulighet for masterprosjekt knyttet til ny meldeordning til Kunnskapssenteret for uønskede hendelser i spesialisthelsetjenesten og læring i sykehus.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2015)

      Risiko, kompleksitet, læring og ulykkesforståelse.

    • Wiig, Siri; Guise, Veslemøy; Storm, Marianne; Husebø, Sissel Eikeland; schibevåg, lene; Hansen, Britt Sætre; Aase, Karina; Heskestad, Randi Nisja; Haraldseid, Cecilie; Dyrstad, Dagrunn Nåden

      (2014)

      Status on Nordic research on patient safety and quailty in healthcare and suggestions for future research.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Anderson, Janet; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Identifying patient safety risks in telecare: The utility of a human factors approach.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Men lærer vi aldri?.

    • Gjestsen, Martha Therese; Wiig, Siri; Testad, Ingelin

      (2014)

      What does it take? Healthcare professionals perspective on incentives and obstacles related to implementing ICTs in home-based care for the elderly.

      BMC Health Services Research

      ISSN 1472-6963.

      Volum 14.

      DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-S2-P45

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Møte Statens helsetilsyn.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Studiebesøk England med Syse-utvalget, 11-12. juni 2014.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2014)

      Viktige dimensjoner i kvalitetsarbeid: Resultater fra QUASER prosjektet.

    • Johannesen, Dag Tomas Sagen; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Auditor style in hospital certification in Norway.

    • Rosness, Ragnar; Tharaldsen, Jorunn-Elise; Tinmannsvik, Ranveig Kviseth; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      On the relationships between organisational learning and safety.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri; Husebø, Anne Marie Lunde; Storm, Marianne; Søyland, Elsa; Testad, Ingelin; Lorentsen Moltu, Kirsti

      (2014)

      Videokommunikasjon i hjemmebaserte tjenester - Bruksområder, brukere og mål for opplæring.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Hvor skoen trykker avhenger av hvem som kjenner etter.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri; Husebø, Anne Marie Lunde; Storm, Marianne; Søyland, Elsa; Testad, Ingelin; Lorentsen Moltu, Kirsti; Anderson, Janet

      (2014)

      Kartlegging av opplæringsbehov: Resultater fra datainnsamling i WP4.

    • Wiig, Siri; lunde husebø, Anne Marie; Guise, Veslemøy; Storm, Marianne; Søyland, Elsa; Moltu, Kirsti; Testad, Ingelin

      (2014)

      Using videophone technology in homecare services for the elderly - healthcare professionals' views on implications for quality and safety.

    • Malin, Knutsen; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Understaffing among nurses and the influence on patient safety in hosptials-a systematic literature review.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2014)

      What is the role of organizational and cultural factors for quality and safety? A multi-level case study of two Norwegian hosptials.

    • Begerød, Inger Johanne; Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Leading quality and patient safety improvement in two Norwegian hospitals.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2014)

      Safer@home simulation and training - status.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2014)

      Viktige dimensjoner i kvalitetsarbeid: Resultater fra QUASER prosjektet.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri; Testad, Ingelin

      (2014)

      Healthcare professionals' reflections on telecare services and training needs associated with telecare use - findings from a focus group study.

    • Guise, Veslemøy; Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Velferdstekonologi og opplæring: erfaringer og behov hos helsepersonell.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Hvordan brukes pasientens erfaringer i norsk kvalitets- og pasientsikkerhetsarbeid?.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Organisering for kvalitet og sikkerhet – Erfaringer fra Norge og Europa.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Translating European Quality and Safety Research into Practice(TEQSaRiP).

    • Wiig, Siri; Stangeland, Silje Håve

      (2013)

      Sykehus overser pasientenes erfaringer.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Hva menes med pasientsikkerhet?.

    • Wiig, Siri; Stangeland, Silje Håve

      (2013)

      Umulig å finne beste sykehus.

    • Wiig, Siri; Stangeland, Silje Håve

      (2013)

      Overser pasientenes erfaringer.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina; von Plessen, Christian; Burnett, Susan J.; Weggelaar, Anne Marie; Nunes, Fransisco; Anderson-Gare, Boel; Calltorp, Johan; Fulop, Naomi J.; for, QUASER team

      (2013)

      Conceptualization of quality across Europe.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri; von Plessen, Christian

      (2013)

      Organizing for quality in Norwegian hospitals – A multi-level comparative case study. Oral presentation.

    • Storm, Marianne; Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2013)

      Pasienter og brukere er en uutnyttet ressurs.

      Tidsskriftet sykepleien

      ISSN 0806-7511.

      Volum 101.

      Hefte 1.

      s.75-75.

    • Wiig, Siri; Braut, Geir Sverre

      (2013)

      The role of regulators in improving safety and quality.

    • von Plessen, Christian; Wiig, Siri; Espe, Anne Mette; Harthug, Stig

      (2013)

      Sustainable quality improvement as a result of interactions on micro-meso-macro levels.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri; Husebø, Sissel Eikeland; Storm, Marianne; Hansen, Britt Sætre

      (2013)

      Vanskelige helsestandardarder.

      Bergens Tidende

      ISSN 0804-8983.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2013)

      Safer@home - muligheter for masteroppgave.

    • Wiig, Siri; von Plessen, Christian; Aase, Karina

      (2012)

      Resilient features of clinical micro systems - a case study of Norwegian maternity services.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2012)

      Incorporating patient safety perspectives into telecare.

    • Wiig, Siri

      (2011)

      Safer@home??.

    • Wiig, Siri; Njå, Ove

      (2011)

      Hvordan lærer man av sine feil?.

      Stavanger Aftenblad

      ISSN 0804-8991.

    • Aase, Karina; Wiig, Siri

      (2006)

      Sykehus lærer ikke av feil.

    • Wiig, Siri; Aase, Karina

      (2006)

      Sykehus lærer ikke av feil.

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