Pascale Carayon, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Industrial and Systems Engineering University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Human Factors, Systems Engineering, healthcare
Website:
http://www.engr.wisc.edu/ie/faculty/carayon_pascale.html
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Carayon P, Wooldridge A, Hoonakker P, et al. (2020) SEIPS 3.0: Human-centered design of the patient journey for patient safety. Applied Ergonomics. 84: 103033
Carayon P, Hoonakker P, Hundt AS, et al. (2019) Application of human factors to improve usability of clinical decision support for diagnostic decision-making: a scenario-based simulation study. Bmj Quality & Safety
Kelly MM, Xie A, Li Y, et al. (2019) System Factors Influencing the Use of a Family-Centered Rounds Checklist. Pediatric Quality & Safety. 4: e196
Wooldridge A, Carayon P, Hoonakker P, et al. (2019) Complexity of the pediatric trauma care process: Implications for multi-level awareness. Cognition, Technology & Work (Online). 21: 397-416
Hoonakker PLT, Carayon P, Salwei ME, et al. (2019) The Design of PE Dx, a CDS to Support Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis in the ED. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 265: 134-140
Carayon P, Hoonakker P. (2019) Human Factors and Usability for Health Information Technology: Old and New Challenges. Yearbook of Medical Informatics. 28: 71-77
Kianfar S, Carayon P, Hundt AS, et al. (2019) Care coordination for chronically ill patients: Identifying coordination activities and interdependencies. Applied Ergonomics. 80: 9-16
Musuuza JS, Hundt AS, Carayon P, et al. (2019) Implementation of a Clostridioides difficile prevention bundle: Understanding common, unique, and conflicting work system barriers and facilitators for subprocess design. Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology. 1-9
Hoonakker PLT, Wooldridge AR, Hose BZ, et al. (2019) Information flow during pediatric trauma care transitions: things falling through the cracks. Internal and Emergency Medicine
Carayon P, Hundt AS, Hoonakker P. (2019) Technology barriers and strategies in coordinating care for chronically ill patients. Applied Ergonomics. 78: 240-247
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