Her primary scientific interests are in Task, Human–computer interaction, Operations research, Work domain analysis and Anesthesia. The Task study combines topics in areas such as ALARM, Medical equipment, Simulation and Mnemonic. Her Human–computer interaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Semantic mapping and Artificial intelligence.
In her research on the topic of Work domain analysis, Systems engineering and Flexibility is strongly related with Cognitive work analysis. Her Anesthesia study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Workload and Context. Her studies in Context integrate themes in fields like Observational study, Remote patient monitoring, Situation awareness and Anesthesiology.
Penelope M. Sanderson focuses on Human–computer interaction, Task, Cognitive work analysis, Simulation and Remote patient monitoring. She is involved in the study of Human–computer interaction that focuses on Ecological interface design in particular. In her research, Machine learning is intimately related to Artificial intelligence, which falls under the overarching field of Task.
Her Cognitive work analysis course of study focuses on Work domain analysis and Operations research. Her study explores the link between Simulation and topics such as Workload that cross with problems in Air traffic control. Her Remote patient monitoring research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Pulse oximetry, Sonification, Vital signs and Medical emergency.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote patient monitoring, Pulse oximetry, Audiology, Sonification and Psychological intervention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including ALARM, Speech recognition and Vital signs. Her Pulse oximetry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Oxygen saturation, Simulation and Biomedical engineering.
Her studies deal with areas such as Task, Perception and Auditory display as well as Audiology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Health care, Public relations, Medical emergency, Resuscitation and Process management in addition to Psychological intervention. She combines subjects such as Sociotechnical system, Context, Function and Harm with her study of Health care.
Penelope M. Sanderson mostly deals with Remote patient monitoring, Audiology, Sonification, Vital signs and Pulse oximetry. Penelope M. Sanderson works mostly in the field of Remote patient monitoring, limiting it down to topics relating to Speech recognition and, in certain cases, Speech perception. Her Audiology study deals with Auditory display intersecting with Auditory perception and Noise.
Her work deals with themes such as Machine learning, Patient simulation, Artificial intelligence and Resuscitation, which intersect with Sonification. Her biological study deals with issues like Human multitasking, which deal with fields such as Sociotechnical system, Health care and Psychological intervention. Her Sociotechnical system research incorporates elements of Management science, Patient safety and Harm.
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Modeling and Predicting Mental Workload in En Route Air Traffic Control: Critical Review and Broader Implications
Shayne Loft;Penelope Sanderson;Andrew Neal;Martijn Mooij.
Human Factors (2007)
Exploratory sequential data analysis: foundations
Penelope M. Sanderson;Carolanne Fisher.
Human-Computer Interaction (1994)
Interruptions in healthcare: Theoretical views
Tobias Grundgeiger;Penelope Sanderson.
International Journal of Medical Informatics (2009)
MacSHAPA and the enterprise of exploratory sequential data analysis (ESDA)
Penelope Sanderson;Jay Scott;Tom Johnston;John Mainzer.
International Journal of Human-computer Studies / International Journal of Man-machine Studies (1994)
Verbalizable knowledge and skilled task performance: Association, dissociation, and mental models.
Penelope M. Sanderson.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1989)
The human planning and scheduling role in advanced manufacturing systems: an emerging human factors domain
Penelope M. Sanderson.
Human Factors (1989)
Object Displays Do Not Always Support Better Integrated Task Performance
Penelope M. Sanderson;John M. Flach;Mary Anne Buttigieg;Elizabeth J. Casey.
Human Factors (1989)
Interruption management in the Intensive Care Unit: Predicting resumption times and assessing distributed support
Tobias Grundgeiger;Penelope Sanderson;Hamish G. MacDougall;Balasubramanian Venkatesh.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2010)
Designing teams for first-of-a-kind, complex systems using the initial phases of cognitive work analysis: Case study
Neelam Naikar;Brett Pearce;Dominic Drumm;Penelope M. Sanderson.
Human Factors (2003)
Sonification Supports Eyes-Free Respiratory Monitoring and Task Time-Sharing:
Marcus Watson;Penelope M. Sanderson.
Human Factors (2004)
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