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Join us for the 2022 Triangle UXPA World Usability Day celebration on November 10th at 6:00pm at the Carolina Club at UNC - Chapel Hill for networking, dinner, and 2 talks!!
This year's theme is "Our Health".
Registration closes 2 days before the event (November 8th). If you register for the event but can no longer attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can open up your spot for someone else.
6:00-7:00pm - Networking & Dinner
7:00-7:15pm - Introductions
7:15-8:00pm - Talk #1 by Lukasz Mazur, PhD
8:00-8:45pm - Talk #2 by Janey Barnes, PhD
8:45-9:00pm - Wrap up & Networking
Talk #1 by Lukasz Mazur, PhD
Using Design Thinking to Improve Patient Safety, Wellbeing, and Quality of Care
Healthcare providers work across and interact with various systems of the hospital, collaborating with various specialties while trying to provide high-quality and safe care to patients while managing their own well-being. Research shows that healthcare providers report burnout rates above the overall national average and thus, it is important to understand the key factors contributing to healthcare providers’ burnout and identify key priorities for improving hospitalists’ workplace. The objective of this talk is to illustrate how we use the Contextual Design (CD) methodology to analyze and design hospital systems to improve quality, safety, and well-being.
Talk #2 by Janey Barnes, PhD
Our Health: Celebrate Today. Back to Work Tomorrow.
On World Usability Day let’s take time to celebrate accomplishments where user research and design contributed to positive outcomes throughout healthcare. Then…let’s roll up our sleeves and get back to work. During the talk, I’ll highlight user research and design contributions and talk about opportunities for continued focus.
About The Speakers
Lukasz Mazur, PhD
Dr. Lukasz Mazur is an associate professor at the UNC School of Library and Information Science (SILS) and the Radiation Oncology Department at the UNC School of Medicine, as well as Director of the Division of Healthcare Engineering-Office of Quality Excellence at the UNC School of Medicine.
He earned his BS, MS, and PhD in industrial and management engineering from Montana State University.
His research interests include healthcare engineering management as it pertains to continuous quality and patient safety efforts in healthcare and human factor engineering with a focus on workload and individual performance during health care providers’ interactions with health information technology.
His research has been funded by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to develop simulation-based training and innovative usability enhancements to improve patient safety. While at the North Carolina State University, he was awarded the prestigious Alumni Outstanding Extension Service Award for his outreach work in healthcare industry, highlighting his passion for patient safety and operational improvements.
Janey Barnes, PhD
Janey Barnes, PhD is a human factors specialist and principal of User-View, Inc. User-View is a human factors, user experience, and design consultancy. Janey leads teams who lead client programs that encompass every aspect of human factors. Throughout her career, Janey has worked with clients in the healthcare, medical device, automotive, consumer product, and financial industries. Janey and the User-View team conduct state of the art user-centered research and design to support client programs. Project work spans user-based research from requirements gathering to validation usability testing.
Throughout her career, Janey has educated others about the fields of human factors and user experience. She developed and taught courses at a number of universities and for professional organizations.
Janey is affiliated with several professional organizations and participates in these organizations by planning conferences, teaching workshops, and making presentations. Janey serves on the AAMI Human Factors Committee, AAMI Health IT Usability Group, Digital Therapeutics Alliance Workgroups, and Triangle UXPA Advisory Board.
George Watts Hill Alumni Center
UNC - Chapel Hill
106 Stadium Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
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Parking is available in the Rams Head parking deck next to the Hill Alumni Center. We recommend parking on Level 3 to access the walkway to the Carolina Club. Parking after 5 PM is just $1.00.
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