Ayse Gurses, PhD
- Assistant Professor
- School of Medicine (Primary)
- Health Policy and Management (Joint)
- Improving complex sociotechnical systems through human factors engineering, systems engineering, and information science.
- Using human factors engineering to improve compliance with evidence-based guidelines
- Improving transitions of care/ handoffs
- Improving clinician workload and quality of working life
- human factors, industrial and systems engineering,
- patient safety, medical informatics, handoffs, coordination, usability, survey design, qualitative research
Carayon P, Gurses AP. A human factors engineering conceptual framework of nursing workload and patient safety in intensive care units. Intensive Crit Care Nurs 2005; 21(5): 284-301.
Gurses AP, Xiao Y. A systematic review of the literature on multidisciplinary rounds to design information technology. J Am Med Inform Assoc 2006; 13(3): 267-276.
Carayon P, Schoofs HA, Karsh BT, Gurses AP, Alvarado C, Smith M, Brennan P. Work system design for patient safety: The SEIPS Model. Qual Saf Health Care 2006; 15 (Suppl 1): i50-i58.
Gurses AP, Carayon P. Performance obstacles of intensive care nurses. Nurs Res 2007; 56(3): 185-194.
Gurses AP, Seidl K, Vaidya V, Bochicchio G, Harris A, Hebden J, Xiao Y. Systems ambiguity and guideline compliance: A qualitative study of how intensive care units follow evidence-based guidelines to reduce healthcare-associated infections. Qual Saf Health Care 2008; 17(5): 351-359.