Penelope Sanderson, Ph.D

University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Queensland, Australia 
Cognitive Engineering, Human Factors
"Penelope Sanderson"
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Pascale MT, Sanderson P, Liu D, et al. (2019) The Impact of Head-Worn Displays on Strategic Alarm Management and Situation Awareness. Human Factors. 18720818814969
Santomauro C, Powell M, Davis C, et al. (2018) Interruptions to Intensive Care Nurses and Clinical Errors and Procedural Failures: A Controlled Study of Causal Connection. Journal of Patient Safety
Pascale MT, Sanderson P, Liu D, et al. (2018) Detection of visual stimuli on monocular peripheral head-worn displays. Applied Ergonomics. 73: 167-173
McCurdie T, Sanderson P, Aitken LM, et al. (2017) Two sides to every story: The Dual Perspectives Method for examining interruptions in healthcare. Applied Ergonomics. 58: 102-9
Deschamps ML, Sanderson P, Hinckfuss K, et al. (2016) Improving the detectability of oxygen saturation level targets for preterm neonates: A laboratory test of tremolo and beacon sonifications. Applied Ergonomics. 56: 160-9
Hinckfuss K, Sanderson P, Loeb RG, et al. (2015) Novel Pulse Oximetry Sonifications for Neonatal Oxygen Saturation Monitoring: A Laboratory Study. Human Factors
Grundgeiger T, Dekker S, Sanderson P, et al. (2015) Obstacles to research on the effects of interruptions in healthcare. Bmj Quality & Safety
Sanderson PM, Grundgeiger T. (2015) How do interruptions affect clinician performance in healthcare? Negotiating fidelity, control, and potential generalizability in the search for answers International Journal of Human Computer Studies. 79: 85-96
Grundgeiger T, Harris B, Ford N, et al. (2014) Emergency medical equipment storage: benefits of visual cues tested in field and simulated settings. Human Factors. 56: 958-72
Neal A, Hannah S, Sanderson P, et al. (2014) Development and validation of a multilevel model for predicting workload under routine and nonroutine conditions in an air traffic management center. Human Factors. 56: 287-305
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