Published on in Vol 6 , No 1 (2019) :Jan-Mar

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/11714, first published .
A Qualitative Study of the Theory Behind the Chairs: Balancing Lean-Accelerated Patient Flow With the Need for Privacy and Confidentiality in an Emergency Medicine Setting

A Qualitative Study of the Theory Behind the Chairs: Balancing Lean-Accelerated Patient Flow With the Need for Privacy and Confidentiality in an Emergency Medicine Setting

A Qualitative Study of the Theory Behind the Chairs: Balancing Lean-Accelerated Patient Flow With the Need for Privacy and Confidentiality in an Emergency Medicine Setting

Elaine Zibrowski 1 , MSc (Epidemiology), MSc (Neuroscience) ;   Lisa Shepherd 2 , MD, MHPE ;   Richard Booth 3 , RN, PhD ;   Kamran Sedig 1, 4 , PhD ;   Candace Gibson 5 , PhD

1 Health Information Science , Faculty of Information & Media Studies , University of Western Ontario , London , ON , CA

2 Department of Medicine , Division of Emergency Medicine , University of Western Ontario , London , ON , CA

3 Arthur Labatt Family School of Nursing , University of Western Ontario , London , ON , CA

4 Department of Computer Science , University of Western Ontario , London , ON , CA

5 Department of Pathology , University of Western Ontario , London , ON , CA

Corresponding Author:

  • Elaine Zibrowski, MSc (Epidemiology), MSc (Neuroscience)
  • Health Information Science
  • Faculty of Information & Media Studies
  • University of Western Ontario
  • Room 4092 FNB, University of Western Ontario,
  • London, ON
  • CA
  • Phone: 1 519 641 7196
  • Email: emzibrow@alumni.uwo.ca