sábado, 11 de julio de 2015

AHRQ Patient Safety Network ► SEIPS Short Course on Human Factors Engineering and Patient Safety.

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SEIPS Short Course on Human Factors Engineering and Patient Safety.

Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement; College of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. July 13–17, 2015; Lowell Center, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, WI.

This course will explore how human factors and systems engineering can improve safety in health care. The session will address usability principles, resilience, and work system redesign. Featured faculty include Dr. Pascale CarayonDr. Tosha Wetterneck, and Dr. John Gosbee.

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