Thanks to a grant funded by Queens University with funds from the Medical Research Council, two school-based interventions that aim to prevent smoking among adolescents will be compared and contrasted, to reveal potential differences in the social normsbased mechanisms of action.
In order to design adaptive alerts for highly automated driving, this project (funded by Mcity) proposes an indicator – takeover readiness – to quantify the extent to which a driver is ready to resume control of the vehicle.
To improve the complex diagnostic decision-making process and reduce diagnostic errors in an emergency care, this research aims to collect and analyze data on diagnostic errors from both frontlines of care and EHRs, design, implement and evaluate interventions to improve diagnostic quality and safety.
This research aims to obtain an empirical understanding of the current communication and information-‐‑sharing practices between pediatric patients and clinicians in oncology care and to explore opportunities for designing technologies that support and enhance these practices.
In partnership with the National Kidney Foundation and Fresenius Medical Care North America, Tiffany Veinot and colleagues will test two interventions designed to increase the stability of patient dialysis. To test the interventions, the team will conduct a pragmatic, cluster-randomized controlled trial in 28 dialysis facilities in different parts of the United States.