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Human factors and ergonomics as a patient safety practice
Background Human factors and ergonomics (HFE) approaches to patient safety have addressed five different domains: usability of technology; human error and its role in patient safety; the role of… Expand
Motivation and job satisfaction of Tele-ICU nurses.
INTRODUCTION Although the first tele-ICU has been in existence for more than 12 years, little is known about the work of tele-ICU nurses. This study examines sources of motivation and satisfaction of… Expand
Multi-stakeholder collaboration in the redesign of family-centered rounds process.
A human factors approach to healthcare system redesign emphasizes the involvement of multiple healthcare stakeholders (e.g., patients and families, healthcare providers) in the redesign process. This… Expand
Impact of electronic health record technology on the work and workflow of physicians in the intensive care unit
- P. Carayon, Tosha B. Wetterneck, +10 authors K. Wood
- Medicine, Computer Science
- Int. J. Medical Informatics
- 1 August 2015
OBJECTIVE To assess the impact of EHR technology on the work and workflow of ICU physicians and compare time spent by ICU resident and attending physicians on various tasks before and after EHR… Expand
Cross-cultural influence on communication effectiveness and user interface design
The objective of this study was to investigate the impact of cultural diversity on communication effectiveness with different communication styles and to apply the results in the field of user… Expand
A systematic review of mixed methods research on human factors and ergonomics in health care.
- P. Carayon, S. Kianfar, Y. Li, A. Xie, Bashar Alyousef, A. Wooldridge
- Applied ergonomics
- 1 November 2015
This systematic literature review provides information on the use of mixed methods research in human factors and ergonomics (HFE) research in health care. Using the PRISMA methodology, we searched… Expand
Strategies for improving family engagement during family-centered rounds.
- M. M. Kelly, A. Xie, P. Carayon, Lori L. DuBenske, Mary L Ehlenbach, E. Cox
- Journal of hospital medicine
- 1 April 2013
BACKGROUND Family-centered rounds (FCR) are recommended as standard practice in the pediatric inpatient setting; however, limited data exist on best practices promoting family engagement during… Expand
Using a Human Factors Engineering Approach to Improve Patient Room Cleaning and Disinfection.
Application of participatory ergonomics to the redesign of the family-centred rounds process
Participatory ergonomics (PE) can promote the application of human factors and ergonomics (HFE) principles to healthcare system redesign. This study applied a PE approach to redesigning the… Expand
A systematic review of human factors and ergonomics (HFE)-based healthcare system redesign for quality of care and patient safety
Healthcare systems need to be redesigned to provide care that is safe, effective and efficient, and meets the multiple needs of patients. This systematic review examines how human factors and… Expand