Anjum Chagpar

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Hand hygiene compliance by healthcare providers has been difficult to achieve due to diverse environments, work culture, processes and task requirements. Because of this complexity, hand hygiene lends itself well to a human factors analysis in order to design a system that matches human cognitive and physical strengths and makes allowances for human(More)
The current, prevailing approach to addressing medication delivery safety issues has been to apply solutions at the point of failure with direct, local remediation. These include computerized physician order entry to address transcription and prescribing problems, tall man lettering for label clarity and smart pump systems to address programming use errors.(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the use of structured reporting software and the standard electronic medical records (EMR) in the management of patients with bladder cancer. The use of a human factors laboratory to study management of disease using simulated clinical scenarios was also assessed. DESIGN eCancerCare(Bladder) and the EMR were used to retrieve data and(More)
Bladder): a randomized controlled study of efficacy, efficiency and user friendliness compared with standard electronic medical records ABSTRACT Objective To compare the use of structured reporting software and the standard electronic medical records (EMR) in the management of patients with bladder cancer. The use of a human factors laboratory to study(More)
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