Fall 2013

UCONN BME 5030 - Human Error and Medical Device Accidents

UCONN BME 6068 - Clinical Systems Engineering
Administrative and Internship Information Administrative

Week # 1 - Patient Safety-FDA, IOM & TJC            Homework Assignment #1 & #2

Week #1 - Introduction / Overview

Week # 2 - Accident Reporting Requirements and Product Development

Week #2-5 - Network+ class
Week # 3 - Human Factors Engineering & Human Error     Homework Assignment #3 Week #6 - Security & Risk Management
Week # 5   Root Cause Analysis           Homework Assignment #5 Week #7 - Medical Device Connectivity - middleware
Week # 6 - Healthcare Failure Modes and Effects Analysis Week #8 - Messaging / Work flow / Data flow Standards
Week # 7 - Investigating Accidents, Legal Consulting Process & Legal Issues Week #9 - Moving Healthcare Data
Week # 8 - Electrosurgical Accidents & Patient Burns Week #10 - Applications (Clinical Information Systems)
Week # 9 -  Anesthesia Accidents  &  Mid-semester Exam Week #11 - IT in Healthcare
Week # 10 - Catheter Accidents   Week #12 - Project Presentations
Week # 12 - OR & ICU Fires Week #13 - Medical Device Integration Project Description
Week # 13 - Project Presentations  

 

Internship Meeting Presentations

 

Class Photo

 

 

 

 
Frank R. Painter
Adjunct Professor
Clinical Engineering Program Director
Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
University of Connecticut
http://www.bme.uconn.edu/
(203) 261-8340 office 
frpainter@engr.uconn.edu
frpainter@gmail.com