Dr. Osnat Bashkin
Head of teaching committee, department of public Health
Member of teaching committee, department of public Health
Field of expertise:
Patient Safety, Quality in healthcare, Psychology in public health
1. Hanassi E , Frei E, Wacht O , Bashkin O. (2019). Public Willingness to Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: Knowledge, attitudes, and barriers. Harefua. Accepted for publication.
2. Bashkin O. (2018). Patient Safety and the Significance of Human Factors Engineering Modality: A Review. COJ Nurse Healthcare. 3.(1) COJNH.000554.2018. DOI: 10.31031/ COJNH. 2018.03.000554
3. Bashkin O, Horne R, Peytremann Bridevaux I. (2018). The influence of health status on the association between diabetes and depression among adults in Europe: Findings from the SHARE international survey. Diabetes Spectrum. Vol 31(1), 75-82.
4. Bashkin O. (2018). Depression among older adults with diabetes in Israel: Pattern of symptoms and risk factors. IMAJ. Vol 20(10), 222-226.
5. Bashkin O. In: Hefler M. Worldwide news and comment. World No tobacco Day 2018: Time to end the heartbreak. Tobacco Control 2018;27: 361-364.
6. Bashkin O, Tulchinsky T.H. (2017). Establishing undergraduate public health education: process, challenges and achievements in a case study in Israel. Public Health Reviews. Vol 38 (1),11.
7. Bashkin O, Caspi S, Swissa A, Amedi A, Zornano S, Stalnikowicz R. (2016). Human Factors and Quality Improvement in the Emergency Department: reducing Potential Errors in Blood Collection. Journal of Patient Safety. Published ahead of print: 18 February 2016. doi: 10.1097/PTS.0000000000000237.
8. Bashkin O, Caspi S, Haligoa R, Mizrahi S, Stalnikowicz R. (2015). Factors affecting length of stay in the Emergency Department: initial prospective observational study. IJHPR, Vol 4, 38.
9. Tourgeman-Bashkin O, Shinar D, Donchin Y, Zmora E, Velleman N, Libson E. (2013). Radiology Department, Human Factors and Organizational Perspective. IJHPR, Vol 2, 40.
10. Tourgeman-Bashkin O, Shinar D, & Zmora E. (2010). Inter-Observer Agreement among Medical Professionals in Critical Care of Neonates and Children. Journal of Health care Engineering, Vol 1 (3), 357-366.