Niklas Keller

Niklas Keller
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin | Charité · Department of Anesthesiology and Operative Intensive Care Medicine

Dr. rer. nat. Psychologie

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Ärzte und Ärztinnen müssen in der Lage sein, Testergebnisse von Früherkennungsuntersuchungen zu verstehen und objektiv zu beurteilen. Nur so können sie jene Informationen verständlich und transparent vermitteln, die für eine informierte Entscheidung benötigt werden. Faktenboxen sowie natürliche Häufigkeiten und deren grafische Aufbereitung als Bäum...
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Background: Significant improvements in clinical outcome can be achieved by implementing effective strategies to optimise pain management, reduce sedative exposure, and prevent and treat delirium in ICU patients. One important strategy is the monitoring of pain, agitation and delirium (PAD bundle). We hypothesised that there is no sufficient finan...
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Purpose Standardisation of the postoperative handover process via checklists, trainings or procedural changes has shown to be effective in reducing information loss. The clinical friction of implementing these measures has received little attention. We developed and evaluated a visual aid (VA) and >1 min in situ training intervention to improve the...
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Objectives To assess minimal medical statistical literacy in medical students and senior educators using the 10-item Quick Risk Test; to assess whether deficits in statistical literacy are stable or can be reduced by training. Design Prospective observational study on the students, observational study on the university lecturers. Setting Charité...
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Table of contents I1 Proceedings of the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity Concurrent Sessions: 1. Countries' systems and policies to foster research integrity CS01.1 Second time around: Implementing and embedding a review of responsible conduct of research policy and practice in an Australian research-intensive university Susan Patricia O'...
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Psychological heuristics are formal models for making decisions that (i) rely on core psychological capacities (e.g., recognizing patterns or recalling information from memory), (ii) do not necessarily use all available information, and process the information they use by simple computations (e.g., ordinal comparisons or un-weighted sums), and (iii...
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Over the last 20 years, both naturalistic decision making and fast and frugal heuristics programs have radically broken with mainstream decision science, moving beyond the confines of artificial tasks and safe academic laboratories. We document commonalities of these programs and discuss ways in which a synthesis could contribute to a more relevant...
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The paper explores the impact of illegal money making efforts during war time upon societies in transition. Illicit economic activities which characterize the political economy of violence during civil war develop a self-serving momentum of their own and continue after political conflict ‘resolution’, with distinctly negative social effects. Using...

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