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Prognostics and health management (PHM) for astronauts: a collaboration project on the International Space Station

Alexandre Popov, Wolfgang Fink, Andrew Hess, Thomas George, Achyut K. Dutta, M. Saif Islam
2016 Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications VIII  
test platform and the only test bed within the space environment.  ...  Space missions on the International Space Station (ISS) program directly contribute to the knowledge base and advancements in the HH&P domain, thanks to continued operations on the ISS, a unique human-tended  ...  The collaboration project, titled as "PHM for astronauts" is to validate a concept that bridges the Prognostics and Health Management (PHM) domain to healthcare delivery on manned space exploration missions  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2222070 fatcat:fg3q36yi2ra3pabnwot6aucshu

Institutionalizing healthcare hackathons to promote diversity in collaboration in medicine

Jason K Wang, Shivaal K Roy, Michele Barry, Robert T Chang, Ami S Bhatt
2018 BMC Medical Education  
Drawing upon best practices from computer science and engineering, healthcare hackathons bring together interdisciplinary teams of students and professionals to collaborate, brainstorm, and build solutions  ...  By providing an outline of Stanford's inaugural event, we hope more universities can adopt the healthcare hackathon model to promote diversity in collaboration in medicine.  ...  for Innovation in Developing Economies, Treehacks (Stanford's intercollegiate hackathon student group), Texas Medical Center Biodesign, Global Oncology, Medable, Redox, IBM Watson, and General Electric Healthcare  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-018-1385-x pmid:30458759 pmcid:PMC6245929 fatcat:fuqopich25cgtjphpo3ydvcfcm

How space design and technology can support the Pharmacy Practice Model Initiative through interprofessional collaboration

Lindsay Hahn, Martha Buckner, Georgeann B. Burns, Debbie Gregory
2014 INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy  
This article acknowledges the value of interprofessional collaboration to the PPMI and identifies the implications of the Initiative for space design and technology, both of which stand to help the Initiative  ...  roles of both clinical pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, the industry sectors of healthcare technology and healthcare design stand ready to assist in the execution of this new model.  ...  Architects, engineers and facility planners are brainstorming with nurses and other caregivers in the front-end design process, which is resulting in spaces that improve clinical workflow.  ... 
doi:10.24926/iip.v5i3.355 fatcat:pj7hfgxshfhadibsob7ev6rzn4

Virtual and Augmented Reality Applications in Science and Engineering

Nargess Memarsadeghi, Amitabh Varshney
2020 Computing in science & engineering (Print)  
Another GSFC engineering AR application combines camera views and telemetry data within the field of view of technicians who operate robotic arms such as the one on the International Space Station.  ...  At our home institutions of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the University of Maryland, we have been fortunate to be a part of this exciting journey to the new frontiers of immersive science and engineering  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.2020.2987151 fatcat:yz3ixj2z5jhtllilfkflibjin4

The Growing Role of Clinical Engineering: Merging Technology at the Point of Care

Thomas Judd, Yadin David
2022 Global Clinical Engineering Journal  
Re-publication of the article published in National Academy of Engineering Perspectives, May 27, 2022, The Growing Role of Clinical Engineering - Merging Technology at the Point of Care | National Academies  ...  a new collaborative approach.  ...  Education of the workforce to create greater collaboration and resiliency.  ... 
doi:10.31354/globalce.v5i1.146 fatcat:gyb7qzeihbeftbql5o45u6sj2a

Keep Healthcare Workers Safe: Application of Teleoperated Robot in Isolation Ward for COVID-19 Prevention and Control

Geng Yang, Honghao Lv, Zhiyu Zhang, Liu Yang, Jia Deng, Siqi You, Juan Du, Huayong Yang
2020 Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering  
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51975513), the Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would thank Dr. Zhibo Pang, Huafen Wang, Dr. Junwei Su, Dr. Jinghua Wang, Gaoyang Pang for their technique support and help in clinical trial.  ...  The collaborative robot, Yumi, produced by ABB is chosen as the manipulator for teleoperation.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s10033-020-00464-0 fatcat:65lf37g6pfegtcj7fkj3dnmxbm

A Cross University-Led COVID-19 Rapid-Response Effort: Design, Build, and Distribute Drexel AJFlex Face Shields

Amy L. Throckmorton, Ellen J. Bass, Bryan Ferrick, Arun Ramakrishnan, Scott Eichmann, Nicholas Catucci, Bradley Eshelman, John McNamara, Erik Sundquist, Nathan Beatson, Matthew Hirschhorn, Pooja Menon (+3 others)
2021 Annals of Biomedical Engineering  
and healthcare systems.  ...  Our interdisciplinary team of engineers, clinicians, product designers, manufacturers, distributors, and dedicated volunteers is committed to continuing the design-build effort and providing Drexel AJFlex  ...  In addition, the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems and the Colleges of Nursing and Health Professions, of Computing and Informatics, and of Engineering contributed funds for  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10439-021-02743-w pmid:33638028 fatcat:g6nsq4bdmrdnxaip3ann66n3h4

Factors Influencing Optimal Hospital Design: A Comparative Study between Thai and Norwegian Public Hospitals

Supuck Prugsiganont, Tanut Waroonkun
2021 Civil engineering and architecture  
Four main themes were identified from the analysis: (1) organization of the healthcare system (2) hospital management system (3) work systems in the healthcare organization (4) hospital design process.  ...  Comparisons of results were made between Thailand (a developing country that strives to provide sufficient healthcare services) and Norway (a developed Nordic country that provides efficient public healthcare  ...  engineers.  ... 
doi:10.13189/cea.2021.090402 fatcat:uf3rnacbhbgidfqhu3w456xhz4

Cultivating Physician-Engineers as Clinical Innovation Influencers: The Medical Innovators Development Program (MIDP)

Matthew Walker, Victoria L. Morgan, Michael R. King, S. Trent Rosenbloom, C. Melanie Schuele, Bonnie M. Miller, André L. Churchwell, Reed A. Omary
2018 Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering  
Students collaborate and are mentored by both engineering and clinical faculty to co-develop the product or process.  ...  Hence, our MIDP students must be as sensitive to engineering appropriateness as they are to user appropriateness, and activists are aware of the flow of the clinical space and skilled at engineering improvements  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12195-018-0528-9 pmid:31719882 pmcid:PMC6816738 fatcat:oq2afrihwvhwxglochbdvgiweq

Editorial: Pervasive Healthcare

2012 Journal of Integrated Design & Process Science  
Such pervasive healthcare should be developed based on transdisciplinary efforts through the contributions from and collaborations among software, communications and network engineers, social and cognitive  ...  spaces.  ...  Therefore in pervasive healthcare, hardware and device manufacturers, software developers and end users have to collaborate in the development process.  ... 
doi:10.3233/jid-2012-0010 fatcat:tfcd6vbsujaphmchwyimqpdnyi

An integration engineering framework for machine learning in healthcare

Azadeh Assadi, Peter C. Laussen, Andrew J. Goodwin, Sebastian Goodfellow, William Dixon, Robert W. Greer, Anusha Jegatheeswaran, Devin Singh, Melissa McCradden, Sara N. Gallant, Anna Goldenberg, Danny Eytan (+1 others)
2022 Frontiers in Digital Health  
The framework was then harmonized with the Machine Learning software development process to create a systems engineering-based Machine Learning software development approach in the healthcare domain.ResultsWe  ...  Yet only a small fraction of all Machine Learning models for health care have been successfully integrated into the clinical space.  ...  Limitations The framework that is proposed here aims at guiding the development of models for healthcare from their inception to their integration into the intended clinical space.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2022.932411 fatcat:nm7nuyuryzdd3iatrwl6vswgym

New reasons

Cecilia Obiol Cordon
2020 Palimpsesto  
The recent and not yet overcome health crisis is the expression of a far-reaching mutation such as man's bond with his environment, a fragile balance that questions from our relationship with natural resources  ...  The idea of progress as we have traditionally known it based strictly on development, undergoes a profound reconsideration.  ...  It best illustrates the gloss of collaborations between architects and engineers that Palimpsesto remembered a few pages later.  ... 
doi:10.5821/palimpsesto.21.9515 fatcat:jghfanastnf6zk6fjimstjcibe

Determinants of knowledge sharing using Web 2.0 technologies

Sotirios Paroutis, Alya Al Saleh
2009 Journal of Knowledge Management  
We conducted a preliminary investigation of the use of awareness widgets in uCern, a shared online workspace in the healthcare industry.  ...  Results Participants' demographics: Sample: solution designers N=2, strategist N=1, project manager N=1, software engineer N=1 Age: 20-29 N=2, 30-39 N=3. Experience with uCern: more than a year N=5  ...  Widgets need to be usable if they are to be useful in raising awareness among people who collaborate and interact on a shared online space.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270910971824 fatcat:lr53lrlc3rdsva5sm47r72pzpm

Widening the lens: Clinical perspectives on design thinking for public health

Benjamin Bassin, Bella Nagappan, Cemal Sozener, Shalini Kota, Diana Anderson
2020 The Journal of Health Design  
is time for a paradigm change and health care's next big investment: intentional and embedded partnerships between clinicians, designers, and architects with dedicated resources to ensure an effective collaborative  ...  However, it has also shown the incredible number of opportunities for innovation, ingenuity, and system reengineering.  ...  The media is ripe with examples of rapid innovation and design solutions to combat the supply chain and physical space stressors that COVID-19 has put on healthcare systems-from micro JHD 2020:5(3):323  ... 
doi:10.21853/jhd.2020.118 fatcat:2ynyibcxondizp2jo2qdvpgiy4

Time to accelerate integration of human factors and ergonomics in patient safety: Table 1

Ayse P Gurses, A Ant Ozok, Peter J Pronovost
2011 BMJ Quality and Safety  
Thus, health care would benefit from human factors and ergonomics evaluations to systematically identify the problems, prioritize the right ones, and develop effective and practical solutions.  ...  Progress toward improving patient safety has been slow despite engagement of the health care community in improvement efforts.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank Christine G Holzmueller, BLA for her thoughtful review and assistance in editing this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjqs-2011-000421 pmid:22129929 fatcat:6b7ktzisffehfoo52rgjluqmga
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