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Other Track Schedules

Hospital Environments Track Schedule

MONDAY, MARCH 6

HE1 – Understanding and Improving the Delivery of Robotic Surgery "in the Wild"
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Panel Session
Chair: Russell J. Branaghan, Arizona State U.
Panelists: Ken Catchpole, Medical U. of South Carolina; Ann Bisantz, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; M. Susan Hallbeck, Mayo Clinic; Rebecca Randell, U. of Leeds; Matthias Weigl, Ludwig-Maximilians-University; Merrick Kossack, UL-Wiklund

HE2 – How To: Methodologies of the Health-Care Environment Explored
1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Lecture Session
Chair: David Eibling, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System/U. of Pittsburgh

  • Improving the Clinical Utility of Predictive Models in Obstetrics: An Innovative Application to Chorioamnionitis
    Danielle Mosby and Muge Capan, Christiana Care Health System; Whitney York, Drexel U.; Kristen Miller, Linda Daniel, and Elizabeth Zadzielski, Christiana Care Health System
  • Local-Term Extraction and Language Processing to Inform Design of Elements of the Environment of Care
    Tim Arnold, VA NCPS; Helen Fuller, VA VERC
  • A Novel Paradigm for Studying the Principles of Adherence Engineering
    Tessa Sommer and Frank Drews, U. of Utah

HE3 – Asychronous EMR eConsult
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Panel Session
Chair: Tara Cohen, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U.
Panelists: Lawrence Dardick, Alan D. Wu, and Samantha Cao, U. of California, Los Angeles

HE-POS1 – Hospital Environments Posters Session 1
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Ballroom E

  1. "Lost with Time": Important Design Concepts Often Forgotten in the Design of a Memory Care Facility
    Paul Barclay, Caitlin Faerevaag, Kylie Fernandez, Christine Kreutzer, Dawn Sarno, and William Volante, U. of Central Florida
  2. Criticisms of Current Methodology Used to Measure Hand Hygiene Adherence in Hospital Settings
    Tessa Sommer and Frank Drews, U. of Utah
  3. Strategies for Multiple Task Coordination in Emergency Departments
    Laura Barg-Walkow, Georgia Tech; Wendy Rogers, U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  4. Studying Paramedics Working Environment in a Trauma Scene
    Yuval Bitan, Ben-Gurion U. of the Negev; Eli Jaffe, Magen David Adom in Israel (National EMS)
  5. Team Personas
    Ryan Sohlden, Medtronic
  6. The Environmental Services Perspective on Hospital Room Design: A Mixed-Methods Approach
    Emily Patterson, Elizabeth Sanders, Carolyn Sommerich, Kevin Evans, Steve Lavender, and Jing Li, Ohio State U.
  7. Workload Measurement During Robotic Surgical Skills Tasks Using Wearable Sensors
    Jackie Cha and Denny Yu, Purdue U.

TUESDAY, MARCH 7

HE4 – Information Display in the Intensive Care Unit – Considerations for System Design and Implementation
8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Panel Session
Chair: Farzan Sasangohar, Texas A&M U.
Panelists: Yuval Bitan, Ben-Gurion U. of the Negev; Janene Fuerch and Louis Halamek, Stanford U.; Steve Harris, Rational, LLC; Roy Ilan, Kingston General Hospital; Keith Karn, Human Factors in Context LLC; Nicole Yamada, Stanford U.

HE5 – Conscious Creation: Not by Accident, But by Design
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Lecture Session
Chair: Lora Cavuoto, U. at Buffalo, SUNY

  • Hospital Patient Room Design: Where Should the Bathroom Be Located?
    Steven Lavender, Radin Zaid Radin Umar, Carolyn Sommerich, Elizabeth Sanders, Kevin Evans, Jing Li, Alex Pires, and Emily Patterson, Ohio State U.
  • Identifying Unmet Patient Expectations via Critical Review of Five Simulated Hospital Rooms
    Emily Patterson, Elizabeth Sanders, Carolyn Sommerich, Steve Lavender, Jing Li, and Kevin Evans, Ohio State U.
  • Advancing Theory in HC Facility Design: Bridging EBD and HF/E
    Ellen Taylor, Center for Health Design; Sue Hignett, Loughborough U.

HE6 – Safety First: Ensuring Patient Safety in the Health-Care Environment
1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Lecture Session
Chair: Bernadette McCrory, Nebraska National Guard

  • When the Patient Moves Down in Bed, Caregiver Moves Them Back Up in Bed: The Repositioning Story
    Kermit Davis and Susan Kotowski, U. of Cincinnati
  • The Purchasing for Safety Model: A Human Factors–Influenced Procedure for Investigating Medical Products
    Helen Fuller, Hasan Shanawani, Kyle Maddox, Nancy Lightner, and Tandi Bagian, Veterans Affairs
  • Defibrillator Design and Usability May Be Impeding Timely Defibrillation
    Marc Reeson, Kwadwo Kyeremanteng, and Gianni D'Egidio, U. of Ottawa

HE7 – Designing Health-Care Systems With Human Factors Science
3:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Panel Session
Chair: Danielle Mosby, Christiana Care Health System
Panelists: Moshe Feldman, VCU Health; Jessica Ray, Yale New Haven Health

HE-POS2 – Hospital Environments Posters Session 2
4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Ballroom E

  1. Application of Participatory Ergonomics in Perioperative Handover Redesign
    Philip Greilich, Isaac Lynch, Oren Guttman, Aditee Ambardekar, Trent Bryson, and Gary Reed, U. of Texas Southwestern Medical Center; Joseph Keebler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U.
  2. Applying Cognitive Work Analysis to a Quality Improvement Project to Promote ICU Patient Mobility
    Anna Krupp, Barbara King, and Linsey Steege, U. of Wisconsin-Madison; Heather Royer, William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital
  3. Evaluating the Impact of Emergency Department Facility Design on Health-Care Workers' Perception of Safety
    Mary Hobbs and David Neyens, Clemson U.; Christine Carr, Medical U. of South Carolina
  4. Exploration of Operational Data Streams as a Source of Actionable Insight
    Dana Womack, Oregon Health & Science U.
  5. Medical Student Perceptions of Current and Potential Feedback Methods in Obstetrics and Gynecology: Is Gamification Suitable?
    Tiffany Leverenz, Wichita State U.; Angela Strang and Jennifer Duong, U. of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita; Evan Palmer, San Jose State U.; David Grainger, U. of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita
  6. Perceived Workload of the Surgical Team Members During Robot-Assisted Surgery
    Vivek Vasan and Lora Cavuoto, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Ahmed Hussein, Youssef Ahmed, Justen Kozlowski, Basel Ahmad, and Khurshid Guru, Roswell Park Cancer Inst.
  7. Relationships Between Anticipation, Teamwork, and Cognitive Load During Robot-Assisted Surgery
    Kevin Sexton, Amanda Gotsch, and Ahmed Hussein, Roswell Park Cancer Inst.; Lora Cavuoto, U. at Buffalo, SUNY; Youssef Ahmed, Sridhar Mane, and Khurshid Guru, Roswell Park Cancer Inst.
  8. The Patient-Centered In-Bed Environment: A Participatory Design Approach
    Elizabeth Sanders, Steve Lavender, Carolyn Sommerich, Emily Patterson, Kevin Evans, and Jing Li, Ohio State U.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8

HE8 – Clustering and Prioritizing Patient Safety Issues During EHR Implementation and Upgrades in Hospital Settings
8:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Debate Session
Chair: Kermit Davis, U. of Cincinnati
Debaters: Shilo Anders, Vanderbilt U. Medical Center; Susan Moffatt-Bruce and Emily Patterson, Ohio State U.

HE9 – Changing Focus: Understanding and Improving the Delivery of Care
10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Grand Couteau
Lecture Session
Chair: Ellen S. Deutsch, Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority/ECRI Inst. and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

  • Physician Documentation in the Pediatric Emergency Department: A Sociotechnical Approach
    Sarah Fouquet, Children's Mercy Kansas City; Evan Palmer, San Jose State U.; Laura Fitzmaurice, Children's Mercy Kansas City
  • Environment Design and Doffing Safety: On the Importance of an Iterative Design Approach and the Need for Environment Design Principles
    Tracey Herlihey, Stefano Gelmi, and Joseph Cafazzo, University Health Network; Trevor Hall, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Evaluating a Smartwatch-Based Notification System in a Simulated Nursing Home
    Haneen Ali, Auburn U.; Jesse Wong, State U. of New York at Binghamton; Huiyang Li, Auburn U.
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