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2019

Mabire, Cedric and Bachnick, Stefanie and Ausserhofer, Dietmar and Simon, Michael and Match RN Study Group, . (2019) Patient readiness for hospital discharge and its relationship to discharge preparation and structural factors: A cross-sectional study. International journal of nursing studies, 90. pp. 13-20.

2018

Bachnick, Stefanie. Patient-centered care in Swiss acute care hospitals: addressing challenges in patient experience measurement and provider profiling. 2018, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Medicine.

Bachnick, Stefanie and Ausserhofer, Dietmar and Baernholdt, Marianne and Simon, Michael and Match RN study group, . (2018) Patient-centered care, nurse work environment and implicit rationing of nursing care in Swiss acute care hospitals: A cross-sectional multi-center study. International journal of nursing studies, 81. pp. 98-106.

Dhaini, Suzanne R. and Denhaerynck, Kris and Bachnick, Stefanie and Schwendimann, René and Schubert, Maria and De Geest, Sabina and Simon, Michael. (2018) Work schedule flexibility is associated with emotional exhaustion among registered nurses in Swiss hospitals: A cross-sectional study. International journal of nursing studies, 82. pp. 99-105.

Sharma, Narayan and Herrnschmidt, Jenny and Claes, Veerle and Bachnick, Stefanie and De Geest, Sabina and Simon, Michael and MatchRN-Study Group, . (2018) Organizational readiness for implementing change in acute care hospitals: An analysis of a cross-sectional, multicentre study. Journal of advanced nursing, 74 (12). pp. 2798-2808.

2017

Bachnick, Stefanie and Ausserhofer, Dietmar and Januel, Jean-Marie and Schubert, Maria and Schwendimann, René and De Geest, Sabina and Simon, Michael. (2017) Matching Registered Nurse services with changing care demands (MatchRN ): study protocol of a natural experiment multi-centre study. Journal of advanced nursing, 73 (7). pp. 1735-1746.