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Human Factors Engineering Translational Research in Healthcare Information Technology

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Ann Schoofs Hundt, PhD (bio)

April 27 2007

1 hour and 1 minute

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Significant attention is being paid to translational research applied to health care - both clinically and administratively. In this lecture, Hundt presents an overview of translational research and the impact human factors engineering translational research can have in affecting change in health care, specifically applied to HIT. Experience from two HIT-related grants in which both prospective risk analysis and usability evaluation methods were incorporated will be discussed.



Series:

Community Academic Partnership (CAP) Patient Safety

Categories:

Health Administration, Technology

Tags:

Human Factors, ICTR, Information Technology, Translational Research, Usability
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