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Brauchle, Maria and Nydahl, Peter and Pregartner, Gudrun and Hoffmann, Magdalena and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen. (2022) Practice of family-centred care in intensive care units before the COVID-19-pandemic: A cross-sectional analysis in German-speaking countries. Intensive & critical care nursing, 68. p. 103139.

Erne, Katja and Knobel, Samuel E. J. and Naef, Aileen C. and Gerber, Stephan M. and Fischer, Tim and Mast, Fred W. and Schefold, Joerg C. and Zante, Bjoern and Nef, Tobias and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen. (2022) Influence of noise manipulation on retention in a simulated ICU ward round: an experimental pilot study. Intensive Care Medicine Experimental (ICMx), 10. p. 3.


Stamm, Simone Lena and Spichiger, Elisabeth and Pabst, Thomas and Bachnick, Stefanie and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen. (2021) Symptom prevalence and health-related quality of life in patients undergoing autologous stem cell transplantation - A longitudinal observational study. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 53. p. 101997.

Zante, Bjoern and Erne, Katja and Grossenbacher, Julia and Camenisch, Sabine A. and Schefold, Joerg C. and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen. (2021) Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in next of kin during suspension of ICU visits during the COVID-19 pandemic: a prospective observational study. BMC Psychiatry, 21. p. 477.


Musy, Sarah N. and Ausserhofer, Dietmar and Schwendimann, René and Rothen, Hans Ulrich and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen and Rutjes, Anne Ws and Simon, Michael. (2018) Trigger Tool-Based Automated Adverse Event Detection in Electronic Health Records: Systematic Review. Journal of medical Internet research, 20 (5). e198.

Moser, Michaela and Jeitziner, Marie-Madlen and Spichiger, Elisabeth. (2018) Angst während der chronisch kritischen Erkrankung auf der Intensivstation – eine interpretierende phänomenologische Studie. Pflege, 31 (6). pp. 311-318.