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Balancing the Human Touch with the Need for Integrating Technology in Ambulatory Surgical Environments: Barriers and Facilitators to Nursing Work and Care Team Interactions
Journal of Interior Design (2017)
  • Anjali Joseph, Clemson University
  • Deborah Wingler, Clemson University
  • Zahra Zamani, Clemson University
Abstract
Ambulatory surgical environments are dynamic and complex, involving coordination
across multiple groups of care providers and requiring numerous sources and handoffs
of information...
Keywords
  • Ambulatory Surgical Environments,
  • Workspaces,
  • Human-Factor,
  • Behavior Mapping,
  • shadowing,
  • nursing work,
  • team interaction
Publication Date
January, 2017
DOI
10.1111/joid.12089
Citation Information
Joseph, A., Wingler, D., & Zamani, Z. (2017). Balancing the Human Touch with the Need for Integrating Technology in Ambulatory Surgical Environments: Barriers and Facilitators to Nursing Work and Care Team Interactions. Journal of Interior Design, 42(1), 39-65.