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dr. F. (Fokie) Cnossen

Director of Education Ba/Ma Artificial Intelligence/Human-Machine Communication | Associate Professor Cognitive Engineering

Research interests

Optimising patient safety by improving medical technology and education

My research interests lie in optimising patient safety by applying Cognitive Psychology, Human Factors and Artificial Intelligence to the design of medical devices, including trustworthy AI systems; to improve medical education, especially of medical skills; and to study the effects of stress and workload on medical performance and mental wellbeing in health care professionals.

 

Publications

Development and Evaluation of the Taxonomy of Trauma Leadership Skills-Shortened for Observation and Reflection in Training: A Practical Tool for Observing and Reflecting on Trauma Leadership Performance

Modeling motivation using goal competition in mental fatigue studies

Residents Think in the "Now" and Supervisors Think Ahead in the Operating Room. A Survey Study About Task Perception of Residents and Supervising Surgeons

The effects of intrinsic motivation on mental fatigue

Fingerprints of Teaching Interactions: Capturing and Quantifying How Supervisor Regulate Autonomy of Residents in the Operating Room

Heart rate variability as a measure of mental stress in surgery: A systematic review

Reasons to Engage in and Learning Experiences From Different Play Strategies in a Web-Based Serious Game on Delirium for Medical Students: Mixed Methods Design

The Effects of Expert and Augmented Feedback on Learning a Complex Medical Skill

The Supervisor's Toolkit: Strategies of Supervisors to Entrust and Regulate Autonomy of Residents in the Operating Room: Strategies of Supervisors to Entrust and Regulate Autonomy of Residents in the Operating Room

Dark Play of Serious Games: Effectiveness and Features (G4HE2018)

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