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CaDHRI Workshop Series: Digital Health Data Management

April 21 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

CaDHRI presents our 6th Workshop in health data management and human computer interactions.This workshop features an overview on data management as it relates to physicians’ interactions with electronic healthrecords (EMRs). This workshop will feature the Lukasz group, and their research into relating task demand, mental effort and Task Difficulty with Physicians’ Performance during Interactions with Electronic Health Records.

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cadhri-workshop-series-digital-health-data-management-tickets-33470176198


Lukasz Mazur, PhD, is an assistant professor and a director of Healthcare Engineering at the Radiation Oncology Department in the UNC School of Medicine. His research interests include engineering management as it pertains to continuous quality and patient safety efforts in healthcare and human factor engineering with a focus on workload and individual performance during human-machine interactions. His research is currently funded by two grants from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to develop simulation-based training and innovative usability enhancements to improve patient safety.

Prithima Reddy-Mosaly, PhD, is an assistant professor, and she specializes in human factors and ergonomics. She has extensive experience with quality & patient safety, risk assessment, display design, decision making, situation awareness, human computer interaction, medical simulation and assessment, physical ergonomics, and cognitive ergonomics.

Gregg Tracton is a computer scientist, information architect, and GoodCatch manager, with UX/UI experience. He has specialties in 3D Computer Graphics & GPGPU software, radiation oncology application specialist, web developer (jQuery, through backend DB), and is an ergonomics Computer-Human factors expert.


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