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Johan Bergström
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Resilience engineering: Current status of the research and future challenges
R Patriarca, J Bergström, G Di Gravio, F Costantino
Safety science 102, 79-100, 2018
3472018
On the rationale of resilience in the domain of safety: A literature review
J Bergström, R van Winsen, E Henriqson
Reliability Engineering and System Safety 141, 131-141, 2015
3362015
Bridging the macro and the micro by considering the meso: reflections on the fractal nature of resilience
J Bergström, SWA Dekker
Ecology and Society 19 (4), 2014
1112014
Defining the functional resonance analysis space: Combining Abstraction Hierarchy and FRAM
R Patriarca, J Bergström, G Di Gravio
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 165, 34-46, 2017
1072017
Complicated, complex, and compliant: best practice in obstetrics
S Dekker, J Bergström, I Amer-Wåhlin, P Cilliers
Cognition, Technology & Work 15, 189-195, 2013
972013
Modelling complexity in everyday operations: functional resonance in maritime mooring at quay
R Patriarca, J Bergström
Cognition, Technology & Work 19 (4), 711-729, 2017
872017
An archaeology of societal resilience
J Bergström
Safety science 110, 31-38, 2018
662018
A socio-technical analysis of functional properties in a joint cognitive system: a case study in an aircraft cockpit
A Adriaensen, R Patriarca, A Smoker, J Bergström
Ergonomics 62 (12), 1598-1616, 2019
512019
A complexity framework for studying disaster response management
J Bergström, C Uhr, T Frykmer
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 24 (3), 124-135, 2016
482016
Training organisational resilience in escalating situations
J Bergström, N Dahlström, S Dekker, K Petersen
Resilience engineering in practice, 45-57, 2017
452017
Rule-and role-retreat: An empirical study of procedures and resilience
J Bergström, N Dahlström, R Van Winsen, M Lützhöft, J Nyce, S Dekker
Journal of Maritime Research 6 (3), 41-58, 2009
432009
Team coordination in escalating situations: An empirical study using mid‐fidelity simulation
J Bergström, N Dahlström, E Henriqson, S Dekker
Journal of contingencies and crisis management 18 (4), 220-230, 2010
382010
Mind the gap between recommendation and implementation—principles and lessons in the aftermath of incident investigations: a semi-quantitative and qualitative study of factors …
J Wrigstad, J Bergström, P Gustafson
BMJ open 4 (5), e005326, 2014
322014
From crew resource management to operational resilience
J Bergström, E Henriqson, N Dahlström
Resilience Engineering Symposium, 2011, 36-42, 2011
322011
Medical teamwork and the evolution of safety science: a critical review
C Neuhaus, DE Lutnæs, J Bergström
Cognition, Technology & Work 22 (1), 13-27, 2020
312020
The social process of escalation: a promising focus for crisis management research
J Bergström, S Dekker, JM Nyce, I Amer-Wåhlin
BMC health services research 12, 1-7, 2012
312012
Learning from failures in emergency response: Two empirical studies
SWA Dekker, M Jonsén, J Bergström, N Dahlaström
Journal of Emergency Management 6 (5), 64-70, 2008
292008
Anaesthesia monitor alarms: a theory-driven approach
KE Raymer, J Bergström, JM Nyce
Ergonomics 55 (12), 1487-1501, 2012
242012
20 years after To Err Is Human: A bibliometric analysis of ‘the IOM report’s’ impact on research on patient safety
M St. Pierre, P Grawe, J Bergström, C Neuhaus
Safety Science 147, 2022
232022
One event, three investigations: The reproduction of a safety norm
J Wrigstad, J Bergström, P Gustafson
Safety science 96, 75-83, 2017
222017
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