John W. Gosbee

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E. Kanal is a consultant for, is a member of the speakers bureau of, and provides research support for Bracco Diagnostics and GE Healthcare; is a member of the speakers bureau of and provides research support for Siemens Medical Solutions; and provides research support for Berlex and Medtronic. T. Gilk is a consultant for Mednovus, Inc. J. R. Gimbel(More)
Because there are many potential risks in the MR environment and reports of adverse incidents involving patients, equipment and personnel, the need for a guidance document on MR safe practices emerged. Initially published in 2002, the ACR MR Safe Practices Guidelines established de facto industry standards for safe and responsible practices in clinical and(More)
Providing quality patient care is a basic tenant of medical and surgical practice. Multiple orthopaedic programs, including The Patient Safety Committee of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), have been implemented to measure quality of surgical care, as well as reduce the incidence of medical errors. Structured Root Cause Analysis (RCA) has(More)
Introduction Human factors engineering (HFE), also known as usability engineering or ergonomics, is the study of how humans interact with machines and complex systems. 1 Through the merging of cognitive psychology, engineering and other disciplines, human factors researchers have detailed numerous principles concerning device and software program designs(More)
More and more organizations are interested in applying human factors (human-computer interaction -- HCI) to the development of health care information systems. This workshop is designed to accelerate this movement towards usable and useful health care information systems, which will, in turn, benefit end-users in hospitals, clinics, and other medical(More)
More and more organizations are interested in applying human factors (human-computer interaction-HCI) to the development of health care information systems. This tutorial is designed to accelerate this movement towards usable and useful health care information systems, which will, in turn, benefit end-users in hospitals, clinics, and other medical settings.(More)
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