Elwood Henneman

Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, United States 
"Elwood Henneman"
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Guarraci FA, Ali M, Gonzalez CMF, et al. (2020) I. Antidepressants and sexual behavior: Weekly ketamine injections increased sexual behavior initially in female and male rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 173039
He Z, Marquard J, Henneman E. (2016) Model Guided Design and Development Process for an Electronic Health Record Training Program. Amia ... Annual Symposium Proceedings. Amia Symposium. 2016: 1814-1821
LeBlanc R, Burke ME, Henneman EA. (2016) The Professional Introduction. The American Journal of Nursing. 116: 11
Burke ME, LeBlanc RG, Henneman EA. (2016) ABCDs of Professional Introductions: Teaching Nursing Students the Most Fundamental of All Communication Skills. Nurse Educator
McAfee KA, Henneman EA. (2015) Acquiring Insight Into the Cognitive Processes of Clinicians. Simulation in Healthcare : Journal of the Society For Simulation in Healthcare. 10: 329
McComb SA, Lemaster M, Henneman EA, et al. (2015) An Evaluation of Shared Mental Models and Mutual Trust on General Medical Units: Implications for Collaboration, Teamwork, and Patient Safety. Journal of Patient Safety
Amster B, Marquard J, Henneman E, et al. (2015) Using an eye tracker during medication administration to identify gaps in nursing students' contextual knowledge: an observational study. Nurse Educator. 40: 83-6
Jacelon CS, Henneman EA. (2014) Dignity in the older critically ill adult: the family member's perspective. Heart & Lung : the Journal of Critical Care. 43: 432-6
Henneman EA, Cunningham H, Fisher DL, et al. (2014) Eye tracking as a debriefing mechanism in the simulated setting improves patient safety practices. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing : Dccn. 33: 129-35
Henneman EA, Cardin S. (2014) A name change to create a sea change: nursing introductions using first and last names. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing : Dccn. 33: 64-5
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