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Professional practice research (PPR) resources: Overview

This guide has been designed as a means of promoting and providing curated access to relevant resources related to research in the professional practice domains of communicator, collaborator, leader and manager, scholar, health advocate and professional in anaesthesia, perioperative and pain medicine

PPRN: Leadership and High-Performance Teams

Title: Leadership and High-Performance Teams

  • Presented by: Professor Kirsty Forrest
  • Presented: 29 September 2023
  • Duration: 54 mins

Human Factors in Healthcare: Call for Papers

Human Factors in Healthcare is calling for papers for an upcoming special issue.

The aim of this special issue is to provide researchers and practitioners with an opportunity to share their applications of HFE in digital health. This issue will showcase both research and applied papers that describe an application of HFE to the design, implementation or evaluation of digital health solutions. Submissions from both researchers and practitioners are encouraged. Articles to be included in the special issue can focus on any digital health solution, including (but not limited to) patient-facing tools, clinician-facing tools, and collaboration solutions, or on new methods, design techniques or implementation strategies for digital health.

Call for papers

Manuscript submission deadline: 20 March 2023.


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