Roger Daglius Dias, MD, MBA, PhD
Roger Daglius Dias, MD, MBA, PhD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School
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Systematic review of measurement tools to assess surgeons' intraoperative cognitive workload
RD Dias, MC Ngo-Howard, MT Boskovski, MA Zenati, SJ Yule
Journal of British Surgery 105 (5), 491-501, 2018
Operating room team training with simulation: a systematic review
JM Robertson, RD Dias, S Yule, DS Smink
Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 27 (5), 475-480, 2017
Stress levels during emergency care: A comparison between reality and simulated scenarios
RD Dias, AS Neto
Journal of critical care 33, 8-13, 2016
Impact of teamwork and communication training interventions on safety culture and patient safety in emergency departments: a systematic review
M Alsabri, Z Boudi, D Lauque, RD Dias, JS Whelan, L Östlundh, G Alinier, ...
Journal of Patient Safety 18 (1), e351-e361, 2022
Using machine learning to assess physician competence: a systematic review
RD Dias, A Gupta, SJ Yule
Academic Medicine 94 (3), 427-439, 2019
Physiological synchronization and entropy as measures of team cognitive load
RD Dias, MA Zenati, R Stevens, JM Gabany, SJ Yule
Journal of biomedical informatics 96, 103250, 2019
Computer vision in the operating room: Opportunities and caveats
LR Kennedy-Metz, P Mascagni, A Torralba, RD Dias, P Perona, JA Shah, ...
IEEE transactions on medical robotics and bionics 3 (1), 2-10, 2020
Maintaining health professional education during war: A scoping review
VA Dobiesz, M Schwid, RD Dias, B Aiwonodagbon, B Tayeb, A Fricke, ...
Medical Education 56 (8), 793-804, 2022
Breaking bad news in the emergency department: a comparative analysis among residents, patients and family members’ perceptions
G Toutin-Dias, R Daglius-Dias, A Scalabrini-Neto
European Journal of Emergency Medicine 25 (1), 71-76, 2018
Development of an algorithm to aid triage decisions for intensive care unit admission: a clinical vignette and retrospective cohort study
JGR Ramos, B Perondi, RD Dias, LC Miranda, C Cohen, CRR Carvalho, ...
Critical Care 20, 1-9, 2016
Patients with cirrhosis in the ED: early predictors of infection and mortality
RO Ximenes, AQ Farias, AS Neto, MA Diniz, GT Kubota, MMAA Ivo, ...
The American journal of emergency medicine 34 (1), 25-29, 2016
Cognitive engineering to improve patient safety and outcomes in cardiothoracic surgery
MA Zenati, L Kennedy-Metz, RD Dias
Seminars in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery 32 (1), 1-7, 2020
Acute stress in residents during emergency care: a study of personal and situational factors
RD Dias, A Scalabrini Neto
Stress 20 (3), 241-248, 2017
Medical event management for future deep space exploration missions to Mars
JM Robertson, RD Dias, A Gupta, T Marshburn, SR Lipsitz, CN Pozner, ...
journal of surgical research 246, 305-314, 2020
Towards an AI coach to infer team mental model alignment in healthcare
S Seo, LR Kennedy-Metz, MA Zenati, JA Shah, RD Dias, VV Unhelkar
2021 IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation …, 2021
First reported use of team cognitive workload for root cause analysis in cardiac surgery
MA Zenati, KB Leissner, S Zorca, L Kennedy-Metz, SJ Yule, RD Dias
Seminars in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery 31 (3), 394-396, 2019
Surgery task load index in cardiac surgery: measuring cognitive load among teams
LR Kennedy-Metz, HL Wolfe, RD Dias, SJ Yule, MA Zenati
Surgical innovation 27 (6), 602-607, 2020
Artificial intelligence in cardiothoracic surgery
Minerva cardioangiologica 68 (5), 532, 2020
Development of an interactive dashboard to analyze cognitive workload of surgical teams during complex procedural care
RD Dias, HM Conboy, JM Gabany, LA Clarke, LJ Osterwei, GS Avrunin, ...
2018 IEEE Conference on Cognitive and Computational Aspects of Situation …, 2018
A decision-aid tool for ICU admission triage is associated with a reduction in potentially inappropriate intensive care unit admissions
JGR Ramos, OT Ranzani, B Perondi, RD Dias, D Jones, CRR Carvalho, ...
Journal of critical care 51, 77-83, 2019
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