i-AREA-p

The i-AREA-p is an intelligent mobility-based augmented reality simulation application for pediatric resuscitation training. Knowledge of the pediatric code cart contents and their functional use for emergency life saving measures is challenging even for experienced healthcare providers, but is essential for timely and efficient resuscitation. produce and evaluate an augmented reality (AR) simulation technology for pediatric resuscitation. The team in HFSS will evaluate the usability of the technology using surveys. We will also evaluate the impact to the system through a human factors approach based on the Systems Engineering Initiative for Patient Safety to inform design improvements and implementation strategy using focus groups.

Funding: Jump ARCHES endowment through the Health Care Engineering Systems Center

 

Publications:

Mitchell, A.,Wooldridge, A. R., Ramadhani, W.,Roychowdhury, J., Croland, T., Hanson, K., Melendez, E., Kendhari, L. Shaikh, N., Riech, T., Mischler, M., Krzyaniak, S., Barton, G., Formella, K., Abbott, Z., Ebert-Allen, R. Evaluation of an Augmented Reality Code Cart Applicatio Using Eye-Tracking Technology. 2019 Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers National Conference Engineering Science Symposium, October 30 – November 3, Phoenix, Arizona.

Roychowdhury, J., Wooldridge, A. R., Ramadhani, W., Mitchell, A., Croland, T., Hanson, K., Melendez, E., Kendhari, L. Shaikh, N., Riech, T., Mischler, M., Krzyaniak, S., Barton, G., Formella, K., Abbott, Z., Ebert-Allen, R. Examining Perceived Usefulness of Feathres of an Augmented Reality (AR) Code Cart Educatinon Application. 2016 iSchool Research Showcase, October 30, 2019, Urbana, Illinois.

Mitchell, A.,Wooldridge, A. R., Ramadhani, W.,Roychowdhury, J.Evaluation of an Augmented Reality Code Cart Application Using Eye-Tracking Technology. The Grainger College of Engineering Research Fair and International Research Symposium, September 5, 2019, Urbana, Illinois.

 

Research Tools:

Focus Group Guide

Augmented Reality Mobile App Usability Survey