Emerging Methods of Exploring the Team Microenvironment in Cancer Care
Dr. Michael Rosen, a human factors psychologist at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, reviews existing and emerging methods for understanding team interactions across the cancer care continuum, and their application in addressing research and care management challenges in complex healthcare delivery systems. He highlights new methods for using data “found” in existing information systems or generated through unobtrusive sensing systems, including activity tracking, analysis of communication patterns, and team physiological dynamics. These approaches hold promise to provide practical, scalable, and valid methods for research and management of healthcare delivery systems.
Michael A. Rosen, PhD
Department of Anesthesiology & Critical Care Medicine
Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety & Quality
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
This event is part of the NCI Division of Cancer Control and Population Science Geospatial Approaches to Cancer Control and Prevention webinar series.
This webinar will be archived on the HDRP Events webpage.