Copy of Publications and Presentations
Finding common ground: meta-synthesis of communication frameworks found in patient communication, supervision and simulation literature
Peer Reviewed Article
Links M, Watterson L, Martin P, O'Regan S and Molloy E.
BMC Med Educ, 20:1 p45
Institutional preparedness to prevent and manage anaesthesia-related "Can't Intubate, Can't Oxygenate" events in Australian and New Zealand teaching hospitals.
A. Rehak and L.M. Watterson
Anaesthesia 75(6): 767-774
CICO Preparedness survey
"It is a different type of learning". A survey-based study on how simulation educators see and construct observer roles.
O'Regan S, Molloy E, Watterson L and Nestel D.
Lost in translation: the challenges of getting airway clinicians to move from the upper airway to the neck during an airway crisis
Chrimes N, Higgs A, Rehak A.
British Journal of Anaesthesia, 2020; 125(1) E38 - E46
Consensus statement: Safe Airway Society principles of airway management and trachael intubation specific to the COVID-19adult patient group
Brewster DJ, Chrimes N, Do TBT, et al
Medical Journal of Australia 2020;212(10: 474-481
The establishment of an anaesthetist-managed intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring service and initial outcome data.
peer Reviewed Article
Olesnicky BL, D"Souza RJ, Jayram D, Kim OMO, Rehak A
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 2018 46(1): 74-78
A sequential case series of 23 intubations in a rural emergency department in New Zealand.
Powell E, Alkhouri H, McCarthy S, Mackenzie J, Fogg T, Vassiliadis J, Cresswell C.
Aust J Rural Health. 2018 Feb;26(1):48-55. doi: 10.1111/ajr.12366. Epub 2017 Aug 10. PMID: 28795511
Emergency airway management in Australian and New Zealand emergency departments: A multicentre descriptive study of 3710 emergency intubations.
Alkhouri H, Vassiliadis J, Murray M, Mackenzie J, Tzannes A, McCarthy S, Fogg T.
Emerg Med Australas. 2017 Oct;29(5):499-508. doi: 10.1111/1742-6723.12815. Epub 2017 Jun 5. PMID: 28582801
A cadaver study comparing three fibreoptic-assisted techniques for converting a supraglottic airway to a cuffed tube.
Olesnicky BL, Rehak A, Bestic WB, Brock JT, Watterson L.
Anaesthesia 2016; doi:10.1111/anae.13733
The Royal North Shore Hospital Emergency Department airway registry: closing the audit loop.
Fogg T, Alkhouri H, Vassiliadis J.
Emergency Medicine Australasia. 28(1):27-33, 2016 Feb.
Observer roles that optimise learning in healthcare simulation: a systematic review.
O’Regan S, Molloy E, Watterson L, Nestel D.
Advances in Simulation 2016, 1:4 DOI 10.1186/s41077-015-0004-8
Reflective practice and its role in simulation. (Best non-research paper Clin Sim Nurs 2015)
Husebø S, O'Regan S, Nestel D.
Clinical Simulation in Nursing 2015; 11(8):368-375
ANZCA Professional Document PS61 and Background Paper - PS61BP: Guidelines for the Management of Evolving Airway Obstruction: Transition to the Can’t Intubate Can’t Oxygenate Airway Emergency.
Comparison of the C-MAC video laryngoscope with direct Macintosh laryngoscopy in the emergency department.
Vassiliadis J, Tzannes A, Hitos K, Brimble J, Fogg T.
Emergency Medicine Australasia. 27(2):119-25, 2015 Apr.
Remotely versus locally facilitated simulation-based training in management of the deteriorating patient by newly graduated health professionals: a controlled trial.
Christensen MD, Rieger K, Tan S, Dieckmann P, Østergaard D, Watterson LM.
Simulation in Healthcare 2015, Vol. 10 (6):352 – 359
Identifying incidents of suboptimal care during paediatric emergencies- an observational study utilizing in situ and simulation centre scenarios.
O’Leary F, McGarvey K, Christoff A, Major J, Lockie F, Chayen G, Vassiliadis J, Wharton S.
Resuscitation 2014 vol. 85(3) pp.431-6
Skills acquisition - a developmental model of learning preferences and performance milestones.
Sydney Medical School, Surgical Simulation and Skills Development Symposium, Friday 26th July 2013, Concord Hospital Clinical School.
Preparedness to manage the “can’t intubate – can’t oxygenate” event.
ANZCA Bulletin March 2013: 86-90.
Contextual information influences diagnosis accuracy and decision making in simulated emergency medicine emergencies.
McRobert AP, Causer J, Vassiliadis J, Kwan J, Watterson L, Williams MA.
BMJ Quality and Safety 2013; 22: 478-484
Prospective observational study of the practice of endotracheal intubation in the emergency department of tertiary hospital in the Sydney, Australia.
Fogg T, Annesley N, Hitos K, Vassiliadis J.
Emergency Medicine Australasia. 24(6):617-24, 2012 Dec.
Mandatory performance reporting as part of health care reform: but where are the clinical data?
Watterson LM, Holland RB, Davies JM, Hughes CF.
Med J Aust 2010; 193 (5): 253-254.
Simulation training for ADF surgical and intensive care teams: a pilot study.
Vassiliadis J, Mallett R, O’Regan S, Harrison K, Neuhaus SJ.
Journal of the Australasian Defence Health Service 2009. 10(1): 14-18
Medical Students Have a Simulating Experience.
O’Regan S, Watterson LM.
Northern Clinical School, Newsletter. Spring 2007
Simulation Training for Health Professionals
Private Hospital. June 2006
Literature review & discussion document on Junior Medical Officer credentialing to inform NSH credentialing committee
Watterson LM, Burnand J.
The training outcomes and environments of junior anaesthetic registrars learning epidural labour analgesia in Australian Teaching Hospitals.
Watterson LM , Hyde S , Bajenov S , Kennedy SE.
Anesth Intens Care 2006 35: 38-43
Effective Management of Anaesthetic Crises: Development and evaluation of a college-accredited simulation-based course for anaesthesia education in Australia and New Zealand.
Weller J, Morris RM, Watterson LM et al.
Simulation in Healthcare 2006. 1(4): 209-15.
High stakes assessment using simulation - an Australian experience.
Cregan P, Watterson L.
Stud Health Technol Inform. 2005.111:99-104.
Crisis management during anaesthesia: tachycardia.
Watterson L M, Morris R W, Williamson J A, and Westhorpe R N.
Qual. Saf. Health Care, Jun 2005; 14: e10.
Crisis management during anaesthesia: cardiac arrest.
Runciman W B, Morris R W, Watterson L M, Williamson J A, and Paix A D.
Qual. Saf. Health Care, Jun 2005; 14: e14.
EMAC: A co-operative venture between simulation centres and the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists.
Weller J, Flanagan B, Garden A, Morris R, Robinson B, Watterson L
Current Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2005. 16, 283–288.
Crisis management during anaesthesia: hypotension.
Morris R W, Watterson L M, Westhorpe R N, and Webb R K.
Qual. Saf. Health Care, Jun 2005; 14: e11.
Crisis management during anaesthesia: myocardial ischaemia and infarction.
Ludbrook G L, Webb R K, Currie M, and Watterson L M.
Qual. Saf. Health Care, Jun 2005; 14: e13
Psychometric characteristics of simulation-based assessment in anaesthesia and accuracy of self-assessed scores.
Weller JM. Robinson BJ. Jolly B. Watterson LM. Joseph M. Bajenov S. Haughton AJ. Larsen PD.
Anaesthesia 2005 Mar 60(3):245-50.
Factors influencing prehospital and emergency department analgesia administration to patients with femoral neck fractures.
Vassiliadis J, Hitos K, Hill CT.
Emergency Medicine 2002: 14, 261 – 266
Anaesthetic Simulators – Training for the broader health care profession.
Watterson LM, Flanagan B, Donovan B, Robinson B.
Aust NZ J Surg. 2000 70;735-7.
Healthcare Simulation Technologies in NSW: Scoping Report
O'Regan S, Rawstron E
Medical Training and Education Council NSW, 2000.
Shopping for an Anaesthetic Simulator.
Anaesthetic Observations 1999,Issue 5; 14-5.
Anaesthetic Simulators: Fantastic toys or the future of health care education?
Journal of Health Care Complaints Commission, June 1999,1; 8.
A Prospective Evaluation of Antidepressant Poisoning.
Graudins A, Vassiliadis J, Dowsett RP, Liddle C. J
J Clin Toxicol 1999: 37:632 (abstract)