Utilizing Eye Tracking to Assess the Efficiency of Training During Total Body Skin Examinations
ABSTRACT: Total Body Skin Examinations are regular examinations performed by medical professionals to check for any irregularities. It has been observed that there is a vast amount of variation in the performance of these examinations based on factors such as identities, experience, and training levels. A combination of visual and auditory instructions have been proposed to see the effects on the execution of these examinations on a selected group. The duration and efficiency measures have been calculated and compared between the two groups to see how effective this training method is. Comparing the control group and the trained group, there wasn't a significant difference between the two in the efficiency. Regarding the time study, there was a significant difference in the time spent on specific body parts between the two groups. Other methods to improve and optimize the performance of these examinations have been proposed.
Advisor: Dr. Ling Rothrock
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|Work Title||Utilizing Eye Tracking to Assess the Efficiency of Training During Total Body Skin Examinations|
|License||In Copyright (Rights Reserved)|
|Work Type||Research Paper|
|Deposited||March 21, 2022|
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