Jonas Shultz works as a Human Factors Specialist with the Health Quality Council of Alberta, and has 10 years’ experience working in medical human factors. He has provided human factors expertise to a variety of healthcare organizations, including Alberta Health Services, Health Canada, ISMP Canada, as well as the Center for Health Design and Clemson University’s Center for Health Facility Design and Testing in the United States. He is also an adjunct lecturer with the Department of Anesthesia,
Cumming School of Medicine with the University of Calgary. The majority of Jonas’ work has focused on evaluating the design of built environments for healthcare, such as hybrid operating theatres or ambulances, minimizing human error during medication administration, and testing the usability of medical devices. Jonas has published his work in peer reviewed papers and has been an invited speaker at numerous national and international organizations and conferences in Canada, the United States, Australia, and Saudi Arabia.
- Company:Health Quality Council of Alberta & University of Calgary
- Short Bio:Human Factors Lead & Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Anesthesia
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