Wearable Biosensors to Measure Cognitive Workload: A Scoping Review
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TimeTuesday, October 26th10:00am - 10:50am EDT
LocationVirtual 1
DescriptionDespite the significant impact increased workload and burnout can have on clinicians, healthcare systems generally assess clinician workload and burnout symptoms on an annual basis through wellness, workload and burnout surveys. Compared to subjective, survey measures of workload and burnout such as the NASA-TLX and MBI, wearable sensors may detect unconscious and less voluntary psychophysiological signals associated with cognitive and affective states. Therefore, we conducted a scoping literature review to document use cases, as well as methods, approaches and wearable biosensors.
Research Assistant
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Health Care Systems Engineering
Associate Consultant II