DR. Yuval Bitan
I study the interaction between human operators and technology, seeking ways to make technology more accessible and easy to use. My studies examine theoretical models in lab experiments and field observations, investigating clinicians' perceptions, information processing, and decision making. Mixed methods are applied in my research, including ethnographic observations, interviews, questionnaires, and simulations. In collaboration with a few health organizations we collect both quantitative and qualitative data in field studies, that contribute both to theory and to practice.
B.Sc, Industrial Engineering, Afeka Academic College of Engineering.
M.Sc, Safety Engineering , Ben-Gurion University.
M.Sc, Industrial Engineering, Ben-Gurion University
Ph.d Student, Health Policy and Management, Ben-Gurion University
Commanders' Decision-Making Process in Mass-Casualty Incidents, Identification of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac-Arrest, Team-Cognition, Information Theory
Bs.c , Industrial Engineering And Management, Ben-Gurion University
M.Sc Student, Industrial Engineering And Management, Ben-Gurion University
Collaboration between Intensive Care Unit Clinicians and Computerized Decision Support Systems