Carol Tishelman - Selected Publications#

In summary, according to Web of Science: (WoS) 153 publications with h index=30, average number of citations 21.2, cited 3043 times EXCLUDING self-citations

According to Google Scholar, which for nursing research is a better predictor of impact, h index=45 total and h=31 since 2014, with 8000 citations total, of which 5261 since 2014. My i10 index is 111 total, and 81 since 2014.

A variety of publications, rather than only those with highest citations are shown. One of Carol Tishelman's strengths is in methodological variation and being able to reach a wide range of audiences.

1. Aiken LH, Sloane DM, Bruyneel L, Van den Heede K, Griffiths P, Busse R, Diomidous M, Kinnunen J, Kozka M, Lesaffre E, McHugh M, Moreno-Casbas MT, Rafferty AM, Schwendimann R, TISHELMAN C, van Achterberg T, and Sermeus W. for the RN4CAST consortium. 2014. Nurse staffing and education and hospital mortality in nine European countries: a retrospective observational study. The Lancet 2014 383;9931 1824-30 doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(13)62631-8
1149 citations Google Scholar; 500 citations WoS

2. Aiken LH; Sermeus W; Van den Heede K; Sloane D; Smith H; Bruyneel L; Kutney-Lee A; Rafferty A; Griffiths P; Moreno-Casbas MT; Busse R; TISHELMAN C, Scott A; Brzostek T; Kinnunen J; Schwendimann R; Schoonhoven L; Zikos D. Strömseng Sjetne I, on behalf of the RN4CAST consortium. 2012. Patient Safety, Satisfaction, and Quality of Hospital Care: cross-sectional surveys of nurses and patients in 12 Countries in Europe and the United States. BMJ. 344. doi: 10.1136.bmj.e1717
1224 citations Google Scholar; 212 citations WoS

3. Ball J, Bruyneel L, Aiken L, Sermeus W, Sloane D, Lindqvist R, Rafferty AM, TISHELMAN C, Griffiths P, for the RN4Cast consortium. 2018. Post-operative mortality, missed care and nurse staffing in nine countries: A cross-sectional study. Int J Nurs Stud, February , Pages 10-15
53 citations Google Scholar; 11 citations WoS

4. Smeds Alenius L, Tishelman C, Runesdotter S, Lindqvist R. 2014. Staffing and resource adequacy strongly related to nurses’ assessment of patient safety: a national study of registered nurses working in acute-care hospitals in Sweden. BMJ Quality & Safety 23:3 242-249. doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2012-001734
65 citations Google Scholar; 26 citations WoS

Articles 1-4 derive from an EU 7th framework project, RN4CAST, in which I was responsible for the Swedish component, and was main supervisor for Jboth ane Ball's and Lisa Smed Alenius' PhD theses and examinations at Karolinska Institutet

5. Wennman-Larsen, A., & Tishelman, C. 2002. Advanced home care for cancer patients at the end of life: A qualitative study of hopes and expectations of family-caregivers. Scandinavian J Caring Sciences 16, 240-247.
240 citations Google Scholar; 86 citations WoS

6. Brännström M, Fürst CJ, Tishelman C, Petzold M, Lindqvist O. 2016. Effectiveness of the Liverpool care pathway for the dying in residential care-homes: An explorative, controlled, before- and after study. Palliative Medicine, 30(1):54-63. DOI: 10.1177/0269216315588007
20 citations Google Scholar; 11 citations WoS

7. Westerlund C & Tishelman C (shared 1st authorship), Benkel I, Fürst, CJ, Molander U, Rasmussen, BH, Sauter S, Lindqvist, O. 2018. Public Awareness of Palliative Care in Sweden. Scand J Pub Health, epub before print
3 citations Google Scholar

8. Tishelman C, Lindqvist O, Hajdarevic H, Rasmussen BH, Goliath I. 2016. Beyond the visual and verbal: Using participant-produced photographs in research on the surroundings for care at the end-of-life, Social Science & Medicine, 168; 120-129.
8 citations Google Scholar; 3 citations WoS

Articles 5-8 represent a variety of articles in the field of palliative and end-of-life care, representing different methodologies and approaches, also addressing different types of questions, from clinical issues through organizational change to, most recently working with innovative methods and more general publics.

9. Tishelman C, Lövgren M, Broberger E, and Sprangers MAG. 2010 Are the most distressing concerns of men and women with inoperable lung cancer adequately assessed? A mixed-methods analysis. Journal of Clinical Oncology, Apr 10;28(11):1942-9. [EpubPMID: 20212257]]. (Tishelman and Lövgren share first authorship)
92 citations Google Scholar; 60 citations WoS

10. 49. Levitsky A, Pernemalm M, Runesdotter S, Bernhardson B-M, Forshed J, Lehtiö J, Tishelman C, Eriksson LE. 2018. Analysis of early predictive lung cancer symptoms and sensations by orthogonal projections to latent structures (OPLS); Qual Life Res 27(Suppl 1): 1.

Publications 9-10 represent some of the work I have done related to symptom experiences. I initiated and am one of the supervisors for this post-doc work. This abstract was selected as one of four for a special section on Cutting Edge Research at the recent conference of the International Society of Quality of Life Research.

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