A select list of key peer-reviewed publications

Niran Argintaru; Winny Li; Christopher Hicks; Kari White; Melissa McGowan; Sara Gray, Andrew PetrosoniakAn active shooter in your hospital: a novel method to develop a response policy using in situ simulation and video framework analysis. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness.


Andrew Petrosoniak, Christopher Hicks, Lee Barratt, Dominic Gascon, Candis Kokoski, Doug Campbell, Kari White, Glen Bandiera, M. Moy Lum-Kwong, Lori Nemoy, Ryan Brydges. Design thinking-informed simulation: an innovative framework to test, evaluate and modify new clinical infrastructure. Simulation in Healthcare.


Andrew Petrosoniak, Marissa Lu, Sara Gray, Christopher Hicks, Jonathan Sherbino, Melissa McGowan, Sandra Monteiro. Perfecting practice: a protocol for assessing simulation-based mastery learning and deliberate practice versus self-guided practice for bougie-assisted cricothyroidotomy performance. BMC Medical Education.

2019 Apr 9;19(1).

Alia Dharamsi, Sara Gray, Christopher Hicks, Jonathan Sherbino, Melissa McGowan, Andrew PetrosoniakBougie assisted cricothyroidotomy: Delphi-derived essential steps for the novice learner. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine. 

2018 Jun 28(June 28):1-8.

Christopher HicksAndrew PetrosoniakPeak performance: Simulation and the nature of expertise in emergency medicine. Canadian Journal of Emergency Medicine.

2019 Jan;21(1):9-10

Christopher HicksAndrew PetrosoniakThe human factor: Optimizing trauma team performance in dynamic clinical environments. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America.

2018 Feb;36(1):1-17.

Andrew PetrosoniakChristopher HicksResuscitation re-sequenced: a rational approach to the trauma patient in shock. Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America.

2018 Feb;36(1):41-60

Andrew Petrosoniak, Rodrigo Almeida, Laura Danielle Pozzobon, Christopher Hicks, Mark Fan, Kari White, Melissa McGowan, Patricia Trbovich. Tracking workflow during high-stakes resuscitation: the application of a novel clinician movement tracing tool during in situ trauma simulation. BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning.

2018 Mar 16.

Andrew Petrosoniak, Marc Auerbach, Ambrose Wong, Christopher HicksIn-situ simulation in emergency medicine: moving beyond the sim lab. Emergency Medicine Australasia.

2017 Feb;29(1):83-88. 

Andrew PetrosoniakChristopher HicksBeyond CRM: New Frontiers in Human Factors Training for Acute Care Medicine. Curr Opin Anaesthesiol.