دانلود کتاب در اطراف تخت بیمار: عوامل انسانی و ایمنی در بهداشت و درمان
Around the Patient Bed: Human Factors and Safety in Health Care, 1ed
The occurrence of failures and mistakes in health care, from primary care procedures to the complexities of the operating room, has become a hot-button issue with the general public and within the medical community. Around the Patient Bed: Human Factors and Safety in Health Care examines the problem and investigates the tools to improve health care quality and safety from a human factors engineering viewpoint―the applied scientific field engaged in the interaction between the human operator (functionary, worker), task requirements, the governing technical systems, and the characteristics of the work environment.
The book presents a systematic human factors-based, proactive approach to the improvement of health care work and patient safety. The proposed approach delineates a more direct and powerful alternative to the contemporary dominant focus on error investigation and care providers’ accountability. It demonstrates how significant improvements in the quality of care and enhancement of patient safety are contingent on a major shift from efforts and investments driven by a retroactive study of errors, incidents, and adverse events, to an emphasis on proactive human factors-driven intervention and the development of corresponding conceptual approaches and methods for its systematic implementation.
Edited by Yoel Donchin, representing the medical profession, and Daniel Gopher, from the human factors engineering field, the book brings together experts who have collaborated to present studies that reveal a wide range of problems and weaknesses of the contemporary health care system, which impair safety and quality and increase workload. The book presents practical solutions based on human factors engineering components and cognitive psychology, and explains their driving principles and methodologies. This approach provides tools to significantly reduce the number of errors, creates a safe environment, and improves the quality of health care.
About the Author
Gopher is Professor of Psychology and Human Factors at Technion, Israeli Institute for Technology, and Director of the Research Center for Work, Safety, and Human Engineering.
Chapter 1 Human Factors and Safety in Health Care
Chapter 2 A History of Medical Errors
Chapter 3 Types and Causes of Medical Errors in Intensive Care
Chapter 4 The Operating Room and Operating Process— Observations
Chapter 5 Mental Models as a Driving Concept for the Analysis of Team Performance in the Emergency Medicine Department
Chapter 6 Magnesium Sulphate Dosage— Analysis of Problems Involved in the Medication Administration Process
Chapter 7 Human Engineering and Safety Aspects in Neonatal Care Units Analysis and Appraisal
Chapter 8 Applying the Principles of Human— Computer Interaction to Improve the Efficiency of the Emergency Medicine Unit
Chapter 9 Human Factors Contributions to the Design of a Medication Room
Chapter 10 The -User-Centered Design of a Radiotherapy Chart
Chapter 11 Examining the Effectiveness of Using Designed Stickers for Labeling Drugs and Medical Tubing
Chapter 12 The Emperor’s New Clothes— Design of Garments for the Operating Room Staff
Chapter 13 Thinking Patterns of Physicians and Nurses and the Communication between Them in the Intensive Care Unit
Chapter 14 The Operating Room Briefing
Chapter 15 Analysis of the Rate of Interruptions during Physician Rounds
Chapter 16 How Does Risk Management Differ from Accident Prevention?
Chapter 17 Reconstruction to Investigate the Sources of an Event in a Medical System
Chapter 18 Development of a Human Factor Focused Reporting System for Hospital Medical Staff on Daily Difficulties and Problems in Carrying Out Their Work
Chapter 19 Patient Safety Climate Development of a Valid Scale to Predict Safety Levels in Hospital Departments
Chapter 20 Beyond Fatigue Managerial Factors Related to Resident Physicians” Medical Errors
Chapter 21 Gentle Rule Enforcement
Chapter 22 Human Engineering and Safety in Health Care Systems— V/hat Have We Learned?
Chapter 23 Summary The Physician’s Point of View
لینک کوتاه : https://bookbaz.ir/?p=55104
نویسنده : Yoel Donchin , Daniel Gopher
ناشر : CRC Press; 1 edition
سال انتشار : 2014
زبان کتاب : انگلیسی
نوع فایل : PDF
تعداد صفحات : 338
(ISBN) شابک : 1466573627
قیمت کتاب درآمازون : $26.23
حجم فایل : 18 MB