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W21C Patient Safety Podcast


This podcast is about patient safety and quality improvement in healthcare, and is produced with the support of W21C - a research and innovation centre in the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, Canada. Please visit www.patientsafetypodcast.ca and www.w21c.org to reach us. Email w21cedu@ucalgary.ca

May 9, 2014

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In this episode Paul Campsall and Elizabeth Parfitt describe an antimicrobial stewardship smartphone application that they have developed specifically for the Calgary region. 

After listening to this podcast, listeners will: 

  • Be aware of the SpectrumCalgary app, how it was developed, the logic behind it, the goals of use, and how it differs from other apps on the market. 
  • Understand the area of research called human factors. Learn how human factors testing revealed potential issues with the original design of SpectrumCalgary, and a few changes made as a result of the testing. 
  • Realize the importance of human factors usability testing as a key component in the development process for apps and other software. 

For more information visit our websitea at www.patientsafetypodcast.com

If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback for us, please email us at w21cedu@ucalgary.ca