Can we detect expert and novice anaesthetists by how they watch video?

Liam Hiley


Supervised by Dave Marshall; Moderated by Richard Booth

Normal eye activity consists of rapid movements to quickly scan an image (saccades), with slower movements focusing on loci of interest (fixation). Previous studies indicate that tracking spontaneous eye movements, via a commercial eye tracker, enables discrimination between novice and expert by how quickly subjects quickly focus their gaze and attention on key events. I propose that a model can be implemented based on this hypothesis as.

Initial Plan (05/02/2018) [Zip Archive]

Final Report (11/05/2018) [Zip Archive]

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