Vassilis Tsagkas

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Vassilis Tsagkas, is a PhD candidate at the Ergonomics Unit of the School of Mechanical Engineering, at the National Technical University of Athens. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens, with focus in Industrial Engineering. His diploma thesis was titled: Actual practice deviation from prescribed procedures in healthcare delivery, and was carried out under the supervision of prof. N. Marmaras. His research interests include: procedure analysis, cognitive engineering, sociotechnical systems analysis, philosophy and healthcare delivery.

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Tsagkas, V., Nathanael, D., Marmaras, N. (2014). A pragmatic mapping of factors behind deviating acts in aircraft maintenance. Reléability Engineering & Systems Safety 130: 106-114

Vassilakopoulou, P., Tsagkas, V., Marmaras, N., 2010, Exploratory Analysis of Deviations from Formal Procedures during Preoperative Anaesthetic Evaluation, to be presented in the European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics 2010

Vassilakopoulou, P., Tsagkas, V., Marmaras, N., 2010, Conceptual design of a personalised tool for remote preanaesthesia evaluation: a user-centered approach, 3rd International ICST Conference on Electronic Healthcare, December 2010


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» Languages

Vassilis speaks Greek (native speaker), English (fluent), Italian (basic knowledge), and some Chinese (basic knowledge).

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