“Human Risk Assessment for Simulated Central Venous Catheterization” presentation at INFORMS Healthcare 2013

David John presented our work at INFORMS Healthcare 2013 Conference 

Human Risk Assessment for Simulated Central Venous Catheterization

David M. Johnson, William  F. Dunn, Yue Dong

Abstract:   Central venous catheterization (CVC) is one of most common practiced procedures in the ICU. CVC is associated with complications and potential life-threatening outcomes. The analysis of the CVC procedure from a perspective of Human Risk Assessment (HRA) will provide more insights into the contribution of human error to the system engineering problem of the CVC procedure. This research performs an HRA methodology as a novel approach to quantifying the human error risk component associated with a CVC.

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