Professor Melissa Baysari and Sharon Todd (CPE) discuss the design and use of Digital Health Systems implemented for patient safety, and where poor design can lead to alert fatigue, poor uptake and negative responses to these systems by the users in healthcare settings.
Melissa Baysari is Professor of Human Factors and leads the Digital Health Human Factors Research Group at the University of Sydney. Her research group applies Human Factors methods and approaches to evaluate and optimise health technologies to support healthcare work and improve patient safety. Melissa has many ongoing collaborations with health services and government and her research has resulted in a number of significant changes being made to clinical information systems, as well as to hospital policy and work practices.
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