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Dr. ao. Univ.-Prof. Johannes STEYRER Associate Professor, Department of Management, Interdisciplinary Unit for Management and Organisational Behaviour, WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Vienna

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 Since 2005 Academic Director, MBA Health Care Management
 Since 2013 Director of Program MSc. Management
2006-2017 Head of Research Institute for Health Care Management and Health Economics

Memberships

Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft
Academy of Management

Publications

Latzke, Markus, Schiffinger, Michael, Zellhofer, Dominik, Steyrer, Johannes. 2017. Soft Factors, Smooth Transport? The role of safety climate and team processes in reducing adverse events during intrahospital transport in intensive care. Health Care Management Review ,
Schiffinger, Michael, Latzke, Markus, Steyrer, Johannes. 2016. Two sides of the safety coin? How patient engagement and safety climate jointly affect error occurrence in hospital units . Health Care Management Review 41 (4), 356-367.
2014
Latzke, Markus, Schiffinger, Michael, Steyrer, Johannes. 2014. Der Einfluss eines anonymen Fehlermeldesystems auf das organisationale Lernen und die Häufigkeit von Behandlungsfehlern. ZfbF Schmalenbachs Zeitschrift für betriebswirtschaftliche Forschung (formerly: Zeitschrift für handelswissenschaftliche Forschung) (2): 120-146.
Steyrer, Johannes, Schiffinger, Michael, Huber, Clemens, Valentin, Andreas, Strunk, Guido. 2013. Attitude is everything?: The impact of workload, safety climate, and safety tools on medical errors: A study of intensive care units. Health Care Management Review 38 (4): 306-316.
Valentin, Andreas, Schiffinger, Michael, Steyrer, Johannes, Huber, Clemens, Strunk, Guido. 2013. Safety climate reduces medication and dislodgement errors in routine intensive care practice. Intensive Care Medicine 39 (3): 391-398.
Steyrer, Johannes, Latzke, Markus, Pils, Katharina, Vetter, Elisabeth, Strunk, Guido. 2011. Development and Validation of a Patient Safety Culture Questionnaire in Acute Geriatric Units. Gerontology 57 481-489.