The goal of this webinar series is to showcase excellent projects in Human Factors in
Healthcare done by Early Career Researchers and Practitioners (ECR/Ps) across the IEA
network. ECR/Ps are PhD students and those who are within 0 to 5 years post-PhD
(including career interruptions) or practitioners who have been working in Human Factors in
healthcare for less than 5 years. The best presenter of the 2023-2024 webinar series will win
the inaugural Richard Cook prize.
Webinar Chair: Dr Adeola Bamgboje-Ayodele, Digital Health Human Factors Research Group, Biomedical Informatics and Digital Health,
Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney, Australia
Date and Time: Friday 1st December 16:00 AEDST (5:00 UTC)
Duration: 1.5 hours
Presenter details: Dr Kirsty McLeod, Clinical Skills Development Service, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, Queensland, Australia
Title: A human factors approach to optimising laparoscopic skills training
Presenter details: Natália Ransolin, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Title: Built environment for resilient performance in health services
Presenter details: Yuan Chai, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
Title: Quantifying landmark annotation accuracy on radiographs using a probabilistic approach: measuring pelvic tilt as an example
Click on this zoom link or scan the QR code below to register.
Registration is free to all interested people. The webinar will be recorded and published on YouTube. Registration permits live interaction with the presenters via Q&A. Please note this event is run by the IEA directly.