Measure twice, cut once: using simulation to get it right first time
TimeTuesday, April 1312:30pm - 1:30pm EDT
LocationEducation and Simulation
DescriptionAssociate Professor Robyn Clay-Williams is an internationally regarded health services researcher and a leading exponent of Resilient Health Care. Robyn leads a research stream at the Australian Institute of Health and Innovation, Macquarie University, in the field of human factors and resilience in health care. Her expertise is in creating health systems that can function effectively in the presence of complexity and uncertainty. Her research bridges the gap between theory and practice, by developing products and processes that are usable and ready for implementation. Robyn has published extensively, with over 160 peer-reviewed academic papers and book chapters. Prior to her work in healthcare, she was a military engineer and test pilot. Her 2019 TEDx talk on human factors and gender-based design is available on the global TED.com platform.