Journal article

Defining information needs in neonatal resuscitation with work domain analysis.

Jelena Zestic, Penelope Sanderson, Jennifer Dawson, Helen Liley

J Clin Monit Comput | Published : 2021

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To gain a deeper understanding of the information requirements of clinicians conducting neonatal resuscitation in the first 10 min after birth. BACKGROUND: During the resuscitation of a newborn infant in the first minutes after birth, clinicians must monitor crucial physiological adjustments that are relatively unobservable, unpredictable, and highly variable. Clinicians' access to information regarding the physiological status of the infant is also crucial to determining which interventions are most appropriate. To design displays to support clinicians during newborn resuscitation, we must first carefully consider the information requirements. METHODS: We conducted a work domain ..

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Awarded by Commonwealth of Australia


Awarded by School of Psychology, The University of Queensland