Aging-related content at 2018 Annual Meeting

This year, we have one aging session (A1), are co-sponsoring a session with Surface Transportation (ST5), and then there is of course our Business Meeting Lunch. Look out for aging-related posters and papers throughout the meeting:

At a glance:

Tuesday, October 2, 2018
1:30 – 3:00 pm – Student Forum (SF2)
5:00 – 7:00 pm – POS Interactive Posters Session and Reception

Wednesday, October 3, 2018
8:00 – 9:30 pm – Product Design (PD3)
12:00 – 1:30 pm – Aging TG Business Meeting Lunch
2:00 – 3:30 pm – Product Design (PD5)
2:00 – 3:30 pm – Student Forum (SF4)

Thursday, October 4, 2018
10:45 – 12:15 pm – Aging (A1)
10:45 – 12:15 pm – Health Care (HC8)
2:00 –  3:30 pm – Surface Transportation (ST5) – cosponsored by Aging

Friday, October 5, 2018
8:30 – 10:00 am – Health Care (HC11)

And here are the program details…

TUESDAY, 2 October 2018

Session SF2 – Cognitive Considerations for Health Care Practitioners and Consumers

  • Lecture
  • 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM Franklin 7 (Level 4)
  • Chair: Irwin Hudson
  • Co-Chair: James Flores
  1. Towards a Theoretical Model of Aggregate Fatigue in Nursing. J. Flores (Texas A&M University), F. Sasangohar (Texas A&M University).
  2. Effects of Workload and Auditory Interruptions on Emergency Dispatching Performance. D. Kanaan (American University of Beirut), N. Moacdieh (American University of Beirut).
  3. Informational Needs of Urinary Incontinent Patients on Online Peer Support Groups: A Pilot Study. E. Scharett (Clemson University), S. Narasimha (Clemson University), K. Chalil Madathil (Clemson University), M. Wilson (Clemson University), N. Davis (Clemson University).
  4. How Should I Choose My Dentist? A Preliminary Study Investigating the Effectiveness of Decision Aids on Healthcare Online Review Portals. A. Khasawneh (Clemson University), A. Ponathil (Clemson University), N. Ozkan (Clemson University), K. Chalil Madathil (Clemson University).
  5. An Investigation of the Usability Issues of a Family Health History Compiling Application. A. Ponathil (Clemson University), N. Ozkan (Clemson University), J. Bertrand (Clemson University), B. Welch (Medical University of South Carolina), K. Chalil Madathil (Clemson University).
  6. Stress Detection Techniques in Different Work Domains. C. Rodriguez-Paras (Texas A&M University), K. Khanade (Texas A&M University), M. Sadeghi (Texas A&M U.), F. Sasangohar (Texas A&M University).

Session: POS – Interactive Posters Session and Reception

  • Poster Session
  • 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Salon E (Level 5)
  • Chair: Roger Lew

Poster 4 – Modeling Personas for Older Adults with Heart Failure. R. Holden (Indiana University School of Medicine), P. Joshi (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), K. Rao (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), A. Varrier (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), C. Daley (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), D. Bolchini (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), J. Blackburn (Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis), T. Toscos (Parkview Research Center), S. Wagner (Parkview Research Center), E. Martin (Parkview Research Center), A. Miller (Radiation Oncology, IU School of Medicine), M. Mirro (Parkview Research Center).

Poster 5User Insights for Design of an Antihypertensive Medication Management Application. K. Blocker (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), K. Insel (University of Arizona), J. Lee (University of Arizona), Q. Nie (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), A. Ajuwon (University of Arizona), W. Rogers (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign).

WEDNESDAY, 3 October 2018

Session: PD3 – Perception and Interactions

  • Lecture
  • 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM Salon C (Level 5)
  1. How Packaging Characteristics Change the Perception of Product Net Weight. Z. Wang (Iowa State University), R. Stone (Iowa State University), A. Mumani (Yarmouk University), T. Schnieders (Iowa State University).
  2. These Label Are Nuts: Challenges to Safe Product Identification for Nut-Allergic Consumers. L. Parikhal (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), H. Abraham (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), A. Mehler (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), T. McWilliams (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Dobres (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), N. Chahine (N/A), B. Reimer (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
  3. Development and usability of a novel holographic 3-dimensional user interface using hand-gesture control for a future vehicle application by older adults. B. Schwambach (Clemson University), J. Brooks (Clemson University), P. Venhovens (Clemson University), R. Knizek (Clemson University), L. Mims (Clemson University), C. Jenkins (Clemson University), S. McConomy (Clemson University), Y. Yang (Clemson University), J. Karg (BMW Group), J. Weber (BMW Group), J. Schulte (BMW Group).
  4. Looking Beyond the Gesture: Vocabulary Acceptability Criteria for Gesture Elicitation Studies. G. Gonzalez (Purdue University), N. Madapana (Purdue University), R. Taneja (Purdue University), L. Zhang (Purdue University), R. Rodgers (Indiana University School of Medicine), J. Wachs (Purdue University).
  5. “Could You Please Repeat That?” Speech Design Best Practices for Minimizing Errors. A. Hess (Nuance), J. Zellman (Nuance).
  6.  Dimensions of Holistic Automotive Seat Comfort Experience: A Card-Sorting Approach. T. Erol (Coventry university The National Transport Design Centre).

Aging TG – Business Meeting Lunch

  • 12:00 noon – 1:30 pm

Session: PD5 – Health Care and Medical Devices

  • Lecture
  • 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Salon C (Level 5)
  1. Older Adult Preferences for Robot Care Provider. R. Stuck (Georgia Institute of Technology ), E. McDonald (Georgia Institute of Technology ), W. Rogers (University of Urbana-Champaign).
  2. Understanding User Requirements for the Design of a Home-Based Stroke Rehabilitation System. L. Cavuoto (University at Buffalo), H. Subryan (University at Buffalo), M. Stafford (University at Buffalo), Z. Yang (University at Buffalo), S. Bhattacharjya (University at Buffalo), W. Xu (University at Buffalo), J. Langan (University at Buffalo).
  3. Mini Breaks, Many Benefits: Development and Pilot Testing of an Intraoperative Microbreak Stretch Web-Application for Surgeons. E. Abdelall (Jordan University Of Science and Technology), B. Lowndes (Mayo Clinic Robert D. And Patricia E. Kern), A. Abdelrahman (Mayo Clinic Robert D. And Patricia E. Kern), H. Hawthorne (Mayo Clinic Robert D. And Patricia E. Kern), M. Hallbeck (Mayo Clinic Robert D. And Patricia E. Kern).
  4. Surgeons’ Perspectives on User-Designed Prototypes of Microsurgery Armrests. A. Abdelrahman (Mayo Clinic), B. Lowndes (Mayo Clinic), A. Mohan (Mayo Clinic), S. Noland (Mayo Clinic), D. Finnie (Mayo Clinic), V. Lemaine (Mayo Clinic), M. Hallbeck (Mayo Clinic).
  5. Noninvasive Wearable System for Hypoglycemia Detection: A Proof of Concept User-Centered Design Process. Y. Zhu (Texas A&M University), K. Zahed (Texas A&M University), R. Mehta (Texas A&M University), F. Sasangohar (Texas A&M University), M. Erraguntla (Texas A&M University), M. Lawley (Texas A&M University), H. Abbas (Texas A&M University Qatar), K. Qaraqe (Texas A&M University Qatar).

Session: SF4 – Performance Assessment and Optimization

  • Lecture
  • 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Franklin 7 (Level 4)
  • Chair: Katy Badt-Frissora
  • Co-Chair: Heidi Kim
  1. A Semi-Naturalistic Grocery List Recall Task as a Working Memory Distractor. J. Louie (University of Central Florida), M. Mouloua (University of Central Florida).
  2. Optimizing Cognitive Performance During Vigilance Through Flow Enhancement. M. Hidalgo (University of Central Florida), J. Cruit (University of Central Florida), V. Yerdon (University of Central Florida), P. Hancock (University of Central Florida).
  3. Developing Video or Multimedia Instructions for Older Adults. M. Pryor (North Carolina State University), A. McLaughlin (North Carolina State University).
  4. Affordance Perception by Users of Assistive Walking Devices. K. Lucaites (Clemson University), C. Pagano (Clemson University).
  5. Effects of Simulated Masonry Work on Physical and Cognitive Performance: A Pilot Study. Q. Zhang (University at Buffalo), V. Thangavelu (University at Buffalo), R. Corbisiero (University at Buffalo), I. Galiana Ruiz de Adana (Universitat Politecnica de Valencia), N. Napp (University at Buffalo), L. Cavuoto (University at Buffalo).
  6. Bayesian Network for Assessing Performance in Complex Navigation: A Conceptual Model. J. Ernstsen (University of South-Eastern Norway), M. Musharraf (Memorial University of Newfoundland), S. Mallam (University of South-Eastern Norway), S. Nazir (University of South-Eastern Norway), B. Veitch (Memorial University of Newfoundland).

THURSDAY, 04 October 2018

Session: A1 – Age-Related Considerations for Emerging Technologies

  • Discussion Panel
  • 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM Franklin 8 (Level 4)
  • Chair: Michael Rupp
  • Co-Chair: Kelly Steelman

J. Beer (U. of Georgia),
K. Caine (Clemson U.),
A. McLaughlin (North Carolina State U.),
R. Pak (North Carolina State U.).

Session: HC8 – Health-Care Decision Making and Teamwork

  • Lecture
  • 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM Salon D (Level 5)
  • Chair: Steven Yule
  • Co-Chair: Kenneth Catchpole
  1. Developing Distributed Expertise Coordination Models of Diabetes Care Teams
    M. Jahn (Purdue University), B. Caldwell (Purdue University).
  2. Toward an Understanding of Informal Care Networks of Persons With Dementia: Perceptions of Primary Caregivers. S. Ponnala (University of Wisconsin, Madison), D. Weiler (University of Wisconsin, Madison), A. Gilmore-Bykovskiy (University of Wisconsin, Madison), L. Block (University of Wisconsin, Madison), A. Kind (University of Wisconsin, Madison), N. Werner (University of Wisconsin, Madison).
  3. Distributed Situation Awareness in Patient Flow Management: An Admission Case Study. A. Alhaider (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and Prince Sattam Bin Abdulaziz University ), N. Lau (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), P. Davenport (Carilion Clinic), M. Morris (Carilion Clinic), C. Tuck (Carilion Clinic).
  4. Naturalistic Decision Making by Older Adults with Chronic Heart Failure: An Exploratory Study Using the Critical Incident Technique. C. Daley (Health Innovation Laboratory), D. Bolchini (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Informatics and Computing), A. Varrier (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Informatics and Computing), K. Rao (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Informatics and Computing), P. Joshi (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis School of Informatics and Computing), J. Blackburn (Health Innovation Laboratory), T. Toscos (Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, Parkview Health), M. Mirro (Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, Parkview Health), S. Wagner (Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, Parkview Health), E. Martin (Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation, Parkview Health), A. Miller (IU School of Medicine), R. Holden (Health Innovation Laboratory).
  5. Perceived Workload and an Automated Workload Alert System: A Comparison in the Emergency Department. K. Forsyth (Mayo Clinic), H. Hawthorne (Mayo Clinic), W. Cammon (Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University), A. Linden (St. Olaf College), R. Blocker (Mayo Clinic).

Session: ST5 – Special Populations in Surface Transportation – cosponsored by Aging

  • Lecture
  • 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Franklin 6 (Level 4)
  • Chair: Brandon Pitts
  • Co-Chair: Raina Shah
  1. Impact of Cognitive Distractions on Drivers’ Anticipation Behavior in Vehicle-Bicycle Conflict Situations. Y. Ebadi (University of Massachusetts Amherst), G. Pai Mangalore (University of Massachusetts Amherst), S. Samuel (University of Waterloo).
  2. Effect of Driver Age and Distance Guide Sign Format on Driver Attention Allocation and Performance. M. Zahabi (Wichita State University), P. Machado (North Carolina State University), M. Lau (North Carolina State University), Y. Deng (North Carolina State University), C. Pankok (Drexel University), J. Hummer (North Carolina Department of Transportation), W. Rasdorf (North Carolina State University), D. Kaber (North Carolina State University).
  3. Texting While Walking Induces Gait Pattern Alterations in Healthy Older Adults. M. Pau (University of Cagliari), M. Porta (University of Cagliari), G. Pilloni (University of Cagliari), F. Corona (University of Cagliari), M. Fastame (University of Cagliari), P. Hitchcott (University of Cagliari), M. Penna (University of Cagliari).
  4. Calibration in Older and Middle-Aged Drivers: Relationship Between Subjective and Objective Glance Performance at Complex Intersections. J. Unverricht (Old Dominion University), Y. Yamani (Old Dominion University), W. Horrey (AAAFTS).
  5. The Influence of Sign Variations on Drivers’ Comprehension. T. Ben-Bassat (SCE – Shamoon College of Engineering), D. Shinar (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev).

FRIDAY, 05 October 2018

Session: HC11 – Human Factors Methods and Tools in Health Care

  • Lecture
  • 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Salon D (Level 5)
  • Chair: Katie Hansbro
  • Co-Chair: Kylie Gomes
  1. Gathering Information in Healthcare Settings: A Tool to Facilitate On-Site Work. J. Herout (Veterans Health Administration), J. Dobre (General Dynamics Information Technology), W. Plew (Veterans Health Administration), J. Saleem (University of Louisville).
  2. Moderating Styles: Understanding Diverse Techniques for Investigating the Root Cause of Use Events. K. Tippey (Design Science Consulting, Inc.), L. McGrath (Design Science Consulting, Inc.), M. Yovanoff (Design Science Consulting, Inc.), P. Sneeringer (Design Science Consulting, Inc.).
  3. Comparative Workflow Analysis: Case Study of Antibiotic Prescribing in Nursing Homes. M. Tong (University of Wisconsin-Madison), C. Crnich (University of Wisconsin-Madison), J. Ford (University of Wisconsin-Madison), S. Bodnar (University of Wisconsin-Madison), E. Ramly (University of Wisconsin-Madison).
  4. Using Scenarios Throughout the User-Centered Design Process in Healthcare. C. Reale (Vanderbilt University Medical Center), R. Speir (Veterans Health Administration), K. Ruark (Veterans Health Administration), J. Herout (Veterans Health Administration), J. Slagle (Vanderbilt University Medical Center), M. Weinger (Vanderbilt University Medical Center), S. Anders (Vanderbilt University Medical Center).
  5. Signaling Sepsis Scenario Development and Validation. D. Weldon (Medstar Health), R. Kowalski (MedStar Health), L. Schubel (Medstar Health), B. Schuchardt (Wake Forest), R. Arnold (Drexel University), M. Capan (Drexel University), J. Blumenthal (MedStar Health), E. Franklin (MedStar Health), K. Catchpole (Medical University of South Carolina), F. Seagull (University of Michigan), J. Schwartz (University of Pennsylvania), K. Miller (MedStar Health).
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