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A Human Factors Approach to Studying Medical Work

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Matthew Weinger, MD (bio)

November 10 2007

55 minutes

379 views

Matthew Weinger, MD, provides an overview of 15 years of human factors research on point-of-care work processes in the medical domain, primarily in anesthesiology. Research projects to be discussed include field observations, device evaluations, and controlled studies in both real and simulated care environments. Methods for the conduct of task analysis, workload assessment, and event analysis will be emphasized.

Series:

Community Academic Partnership (CAP) Patient Safety

Categories:

Anesthesiology, Health Administration, Technology

Tags:

Anesthesia, Human Factors, Human Factors Engineering, ICTR, Patient Safety, Task Performance and Analysis
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