sábado, 20 de septiembre de 2014

AHRQ Patient Safety Network: Improving Patient Safety with Human Factors Methods.

AHRQ Patient Safety Network

AHRQ Patient Safety Network

Improving Patient Safety with Human Factors Methods.

Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality. October 21–22, 2014. Constellation Energy Building, Baltimore, MD.

This two-day workshop will discuss of how human factors engineering methods can be applied to identify risks, augment the work environment, and evaluate technology to address potential system failures in health care. Featured faculty include Prof. Michael Rosen and Prof. Ayse Gurses.

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