HFES Extended Reality Technical Group and Healthcare Technical Group Webinar: Human Factors Considerations for Medical XR Applications

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Includes a Live Web Event on 06/20/2023 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

In this presentation, Dr. Dias will discuss how human factors methods can and should be incorporated into the design, development, and validation stages of medical extended reality (XR) applications. He will illustrate these concepts by showing his research funded by NASA/TRISH and DoD-Health Agency to develop XR-based medical training and clinical support systems for emergency care in austere environments.

Dr. Shannon Bailey (Moderator)

Dr. Roger Dias

D., M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A

Dr. Dias is a physician-scientist and his research focuses on the application of cutting-edge technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning. wearable sensors, digital biomarkers and extended reality (XR) to assess and enhance clinicians' performance and improve patient safety in a variety of fields, including emergency medicine, critical care, surgery and space medicine. His research is funded by the NIH, AHRQ, NASA and DoD.

Dr. Dias is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School and the Director of Research and Innovation at the STRATUS Center for Medical Simulation | Brigham and Women's Hospital, in Boston, MA, where he leads the Human Factors and Cognitive Engineering Lab.

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HFES Extended Reality Technical Group and Healthcare Technical Group Webinar: Human Factors Considerations for Medical XR Applications
06/20/2023 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes
06/20/2023 at 12:00 PM (EDT)  |  60 minutes In this presentation, Dr. Dias will discuss how human factors methods can and should be incorporated into the design, development, and validation stages of medical extended reality (XR) applications. He will illustrate these concepts by showing his research funded by NASA/TRISH and DoD-Health Agency to develop XR-based medical training and clinical support systems for emergency care in austere environments.