Linsey Steege
Linsey Steege
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Fatigue, performance and the work environment: a survey of registered nurses
LM Barker, MA Nussbaum
Journal of advanced nursing 67 (6), 1370-1382, 2011
3672011
Development of a quantitative model of the impact of customers’ personality and perceptions on Internet banking use
HS Yoon, LMB Steege
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 1133-1141, 2013
2032013
Information needs and information‐seeking behaviour analysis of primary care physicians and nurses: a literature review
MA Clarke, JL Belden, RJ Koopman, LM Steege, JL Moore, SM Canfield, ...
Health Information & Libraries Journal 30 (3), 178-190, 2013
1762013
The effect of videoconference-based telerehabilitation on story retelling performance by brain-injured subjects and its implications for remote speech-language therapy
DM Brennan, AC Georgeadis, CR Baron, LM Barker
Telemedicine Journal & e-Health 10 (2), 147-154, 2004
1402004
Sources of error in computerized neuropsychological assessment
AN Cernich, DM Brennana, LM Barker, J Bleiberg
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 22 (Suppl_1), S39-S48, 2007
1352007
Health information needs, sources, and barriers of primary care patients to achieve patient-centered care: A literature review
MA Clarke, JL Moore, LM Steege, RJ Koopman, JL Belden, SM Canfield, ...
Health informatics journal 22 (4), 992-1016, 2016
1202016
The effects of fatigue on performance in simulated nursing work
LM Barker, MA Nussbaum
Ergonomics 54 (9), 815-829, 2011
1042011
Telerehabilitation and its effect on story retelling by adults with neurogenic communication disorders
A Georgeadis, D Brennan, L Barker, C Baron
Aphasiology 18 (5-7), 639-652, 2004
1012004
Human factors in the development and implementation of telerehabilitation systems
DM Brennan, LM Barker
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 14 (2), 55-58, 2008
902008
Fatigue in hospital nurses—‘Supernurse’culture is a barrier to addressing problems: A qualitative interview study
LM Steege, JG Rainbow
International Journal of Nursing Studies 67, 20-28, 2017
772017
Nurse–patient assignment models considering patient acuity metrics and nurses’ perceived workload
MY Sir, B Dundar, LMB Steege, KS Pasupathy
Journal of biomedical informatics 55, 237-248, 2015
572015
A macroergonomic perspective on fatigue and coping in the hospital nurse work system
LM Steege, JG Dykstra
Applied ergonomics 54, 19-26, 2016
542016
Physician information needs and electronic health records (EHRs): time to reengineer the clinic note
RJ Koopman, LMB Steege, JL Moore, MA Clarke, SM Canfield, MS Kim, ...
The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 28 (3), 316-323, 2015
542015
Evaluation of physically and mentally fatiguing tasks and sources of fatigue as reported by registered nurses
LM Steege, DA Drake, M Olivas, G Mazza
Journal of Nursing Management 23 (2), 179-189, 2015
532015
Mining the relationships between psychosocial factors and fatigue dimensions among registered nurses
S Parhizi, LM Steege, KS Pasupathy
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 43 (1), 82-90, 2013
512013
Addressing occupational fatigue in nurses: current state of fatigue risk management in hospitals, part 1
LM Steege, BJ Pinekenstein, JG Rainbow, A Knudsen
JONA: The Journal of Nursing Administration 47 (9), 426-433, 2017
402017
Impact of fatigue on performance in registered nurses: Data mining and implications for practice
KS Pasupathy, LM Barker
Journal for Healthcare Quality 34 (5), 22-30, 2012
402012
Presenteeism in nursing: An evolutionary concept analysis
JG Rainbow, LM Steege
Nursing Outlook 65 (5), 615-623, 2017
382017
Exploring nurse leader fatigue: a mixed methods study
LM Steege, BJ Pinekenstein, Arsenault Knudsen, JG Rainbow
Journal of nursing management 25 (4), 276-286, 2017
362017
Measuring and modeling the effects of fatigue on performance: Specific application to the nursing profession
LM Barker
Virginia Tech, 2009
352009
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