Pubblicazioni

 Articoli internazionali 

1.     Brodsky D, Lamiani G, Andrade O, Johnson V, Luff D, Meyer EC. Memorable conversations in neonatal intensive care: A qualitative analysis of interprofessional provider perspectives. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, 2014; 4:38-48

2.     Lamiani G, Giannini A, Fossati I, Prandi E, Vegni E. Parental experience of end-of life care in the pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Minerva Anestesiologica, 2013;79(12):1334-43

3.     Barello S, Graffigna G, Lamiani G, Luciani A, Vegni E, Saita E, Olson K, Bosio CA. How patients experience and give sense to their cancer-related fatigue? International Journal of Social Science Studies 2013; 1(2):8-19.

4.     Giannini A, Lamiani G, Fossati I, Prandi E, Vegni E. Parental experience of end-of life care in the pediatric ICU: a qualitative study in the Italian context. Intensive Care Med 2012;38(Suppl 1):S175

5.     Meyer EC, Lamiani G, Rosenthal Foer M, Truog RD. “What would you do if this were your child?”: Practitioners' responses during enacted conversations in the USA. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 2012;13(6):e372-6.

6.     Lamiani G, Fossati I, Giannini A, Prandi E, Vegni E. End of life in pediatric intensive care unit: the parents’ experience. In: Engaging people in health promotion & wellbeing. New opportunities and challenges for qualitative research. [a cura di] G. Graffigna, J.M. Morse , A.C. Bosio. Vita e Pensiero, 2012.

7.     Lamiani G. Borghi L, Moja EA. Letter to the Editor: Is the quality of patient education interventions associated with efficacy? A reflection from the field of glaucoma. Educ Ther Patient/Ther Patient Educ 2012;4(1):29-30

8.     Lamiani G, Barello S, Browning DM, Vegni E, Meyer EC. Uncovering and validating clinicians' experiential knowledge when facing difficult conversations: A cross-cultural perspective. Patient Education and Counseling, 2012;87:307-312

9.     Lamiani G, Leone D, Meyer EC, Moja EA. How Italian students learn to become physicians: A qualitative study of the hidden curriculum. Medical Teacher, 2011; 33(12):989-96

10. Lamiani G, Meyer EC, Leone D, Vegni E, Browning DM, Rider E, Truog D, Moja EA. Cross-cultural adaptation of an innovative approach to learning about difficult conversations in healthcare. Medical Teacher, 2011;33:e57-e64

11. Meyer EC, Brodsky D, Hansen A, Lamiani G, Sellers DE, Browning DM. An interdisciplinary, family-focused approach to relational learning in neonatal intensive care. Journal of Perinatology, 2011;31, 212–219

12. Lamiani G, Meyer EC, Browning DM, Brodsky D, Todres ID. Analysis of enacted difficult conversations in neonatal intensive care. Journal of Perinatology 2009;29:310-6.

13. Waisel D, Lamiani G, Sandroc N, Pascucci R, Truog RD, Meyer EC. Anesthesiology trainees face ethical, practical and relational challenges in obtaining informed consent. Anesthesiology 2009;110:480-6.

14. Calhoun A, Rider E, Meyer E, Lamiani G, Truog R. Assessment of Communication Skills and Self-Appraisal in the Simulated Environment: Feasibility of Multirater Feedback with Gap Analysis.  Simulation in Healthcare 2009; 4:22-29.

15. Lamiani G, Furey A. Teaching nurses how to teach: An evaluation of a workshop on patient education. Patient Education and Counseling 2009; 75: 270–273

16. Lamiani G. Cultural competency in healthcare: Learning across boundaries. Patient Education and Counseling 2008, 73:396-397.

17. Lamiani G, Meyer EC, Rider EA, Browning DM, Vegni E, Mauri E, Moja EA, Truog RD. Assumptions and blind spots in patient-centeredness: Action research between American and Italian healthcare professionals. Medical Education 2008, 42:712-720.

18. Lamiani G, Vegni E, Gradi E. Narratives in needs assessment to improve first aid curriculum. Medical Education 2007, 41(5):519-520.

 Articoli nazionali 

1.     Lamiani G, Gallieni M, Strada I, Vegni E. Le conversazioni difficili in nefrologia: Valutazione di un’esperienza formativa. Giornale Italiano di Nefrologia, 2013;30(3):1-9

2.     Lamiani G, Leone D, Vegni E. La comunicazione dell’errore in medicina: valutazione di un’esperienza formativa. MEDIC, 2011;19:69-75

3.     Rovelli V, D’Amato LA, Di Pasquale D, Cavalleri V, Marchetti IM, Leone D, Lamiani G. Perché da una parte c’e’ il medico, dall’altra il paziente e io non ho nessun ruolo in tutto questo: gli studenti di medicina si raccontano. Tutor, 2010(3):152-158

4.     Lamiani G, Barello S, Vegni E, Moja EA. “Il diabete è per me”: la prospettiva degli operatori sanitari. Assistenza Infermieristica e Ricerca 2009;28:138-146.

5.     Lamiani G, Meyer EC, Browning DM, Moja EA. Tra scienza e sofferenza: le conversazioni difficili in sanità. Recenti Progressi in Medicina 2009;100:239-246

6.     Balestrieri R, Odone L, Lamiani G, Vegni E, Moja AE. Impariamo ad essere diabetici: Primi passi di un corso psicoeducativo con pazienti affetti da diabete di tipo II. Tutor 2006, 6:77-78.

7.     Gradi E, Lamiani G. Insegnare la comunicazione in medicina. Considerazioni dopo 190 ore di training. La Cura 2005, 1:72-75.

8.    Iapichino E, Lamiani G, Vegni E, Moja EA. Valutazione di un corso di formazione per infermieri sulla medicina centrata sul paziente. Educazione sanitaria e promozione della salute 2004, 27(2):125-134.