- •Eye tracker combined with simulated patient help researchers to gain a better understanding of how information is processed in decision-making by nurses.
- •Cognitive bias can influence nurses’ decision-making and patient safety.
- •Time pressure, complexity and uncertainty may contribute to the presence of cognitive biases.
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