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School of Informatics
False alarms are widely considered the No. 1 hazard caused by use of medical technologies.
Health care providers can be overwhelmed with as many as 350 alarms triggered per patient per day, of which 80-99 percent are meaningless or false. These false alarms, which can be due to several factors, may result in alarm fatigue among health care providers where the possibility of missing a true life-threatening event can be lost in a cacophony of multiple… Read more
The American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Lemelson Foundation have nominated Bertrand Cambou as an invention ambassador. Cambou is a professor of practice in NAU’s School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems.
Beginning this month, Cambou along with nine other invention ambassadors, will be tasked to influence and inform public policy, including but not limited to federal and university policies and highlight the importance of creating and inspiring talent.
Cambou joined NAU in August 2015 and has since authored… Read more