Drawing on an ethnographic study of hospital work in an operating room, we present the design and implementation of a web-based role-playing application of a master schedule. We show how we simulate the coordination mechanisms and trajectories of hospital personnel as they move patients in and out of OR. Experiments are proposed to show how active and passive notification systems (interruptions) are expected to affect trajectory management and performance over time.

Design of a Role-Playing Game to Study the Trajectories of Medical Care Providers in an Operating Room / K., Fadel; Mattarelli, Elisa; S. P., Weisband. - ELETTRONICO. - (2006), pp. 1091-1096. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems tenutosi a Montreal, Canada nel 22-27 Aprile 2006.

Design of a Role-Playing Game to Study the Trajectories of Medical Care Providers in an Operating Room

MATTARELLI, Elisa;
2006

Abstract

Drawing on an ethnographic study of hospital work in an operating room, we present the design and implementation of a web-based role-playing application of a master schedule. We show how we simulate the coordination mechanisms and trajectories of hospital personnel as they move patients in and out of OR. Experiments are proposed to show how active and passive notification systems (interruptions) are expected to affect trajectory management and performance over time.
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Montreal, Canada
22-27 Aprile 2006
1091
1096
K., Fadel; Mattarelli, Elisa; S. P., Weisband
Design of a Role-Playing Game to Study the Trajectories of Medical Care Providers in an Operating Room / K., Fadel; Mattarelli, Elisa; S. P., Weisband. - ELETTRONICO. - (2006), pp. 1091-1096. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems tenutosi a Montreal, Canada nel 22-27 Aprile 2006.
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