The EYEWORK Project
Gaze in emergency care interaction: a Japan-UK multimodal research project
This project aims to investigate how health care professionals (HCPs) in emergency care achieve intersubjectivity among them, taking emergency care interaction as a social action. To do so, we video-record emergency care interaction in simulation training in Japan and in the UK with video cameras and eye-trackers, focusing on HCPs’ utterances and eye gaze.
Project Funder: JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research B (No.17K07448, July 2017-Mar 2021) website
The 1st International Workshop on Health Communication and Safety website
Tsuchiya K, Taneichi A, Nakamura K, Sakai T, Abe T, & Saitoh, T. (2019) A leader’s request and rapport in emergency care simulation: a multimodal corpus analysis. The Journal of the Japanese Association of Health Communication. 10(1): 36-41. pdf
Tsuchiya, K., Coffey, F., Timmons, S., Atkins, S., Baxendale, B., & Adolphs, S. (2019 ). Account sequences in emergency care discourse: Comparing conversations with simulated patients and manikins in training sessions. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 12(1), 72-93. link
Coffey, F., Tsuchiya, K., Timmons, S., Baxendale, B., Adolphs, S., Atkins, S. (2018) Analysing voice quality and pitch in interactions of emergency care simulation. BMJ Simulation & Technology Enhanced Learning 4(4), 196-200. link
Tsuchiya K, Coffey F, Timmons S, Adolphs S, Atkins S. (2017) Communicating with gaze in emergency care: a multimodal analysis. The Journal of the Japanese Association of Health Communication. 8(1): 81-90. pdf
Coffey F, Tsuchiya K, Timmons S, Baxendale B, Adolphs S, Atkins S. (2016) Simulated Patients vs Manikins in Acute Care Scenarios. Clinical Teacher. 13 (4): 257-261. link
Atkins, S., Chalupnik, M., & Tsuchiya, K. (2019) Standardising pragmatic competences in healthcare: Evidence from communication skills training in emergency medicine in the UK and Japan. The16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong, June 2019.
Atkins, S. & Tsuchiya, K. (2019) [Panel Session] The pragmatics of global healthcare communication: setting communicative standards in diverse contexts. The16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong, June 2019.
Coffey, F., Tsuchiya, K. Atkins, S., Mackenzie, A., Crundall, D. and Timmons, S. (2018). Projection in emergency care interaction: a leader’s gaze. Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Conference 2018, Southport, November 2018.
Tsuchiya, K., Taneichi, A., Nakamura, K., Sakai, T., Abe, T., and Saitoh, T. (2018). Making requests in emergency care simulation: gaze and politeness strategies as turn allocation devices. The 8th Conference of Japanese Association of Health Communication, Fukuoka, September 2018.
Tsuchiya, K., Coffey, F., Timmons, S., Atkins, S., Adolphs, S. (2016) An analysis of emergency care interactions in simulation training in the UK: focusing on gaze of health care professionals (in Japanese). The 8th Annual Conference of Japan Health Communication Association, Tokyo, September 2016.
Tsuchiya, K., Coffey, F. Timmons, S. and Atkins, S. (2014) ‘I wasn’t in the loop exactly’: comparing medical students’ perceptions of reality in emergency care training with qualified health care professionals using a corpus. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Conference 2014, Warwick, September 2014.
Coffey, F., Tsuchiya, K., Timmons, S., Adolphs, S., and Baxendale, B. (2013) Conversation and Touch in Emergency Care Scenarios Involving Simulated Patients (SPs) and Mannequins – A Comparative Analysis. Association for Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH) Conference 2013, Harrogate, November 2013.
Tsuchiya, K., Coffey, F. and Timmons, S. (2013) Account preface in emergency care discourse: comparing conversations in medical trainings with a simulated patient and a mannequin using a mini-corpus. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Conference 2013, Edinburgh, September 2013.
Tsuchiya, K., Coffey, F. Timmons, S. and Adolphs, A. (2013) Use of touch in emergency care: a multimodal corpus-based analysis. The International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC) 2013, Alicante, March 2013.
Sakai, T., Nakamura, K., Abe, T., Saitoh, T., Taneichi, A. and Tsuchiya, K. (2018). Analysing a leader’s eye gaze in emergency care simulation. International Forum on Quality and Safety in Healthcare 2018, Melbourne, September 2018.
Coffey, F., Tsuchiya, K., Timmons, S. and Adolphs, A. (2013) Comparative Linguistic and Touch Analysis of Emergency Care Scenarios involving SPs and Mannequins. Association of Standard Patient Educators (ASPE) Annual Conference 2013, Atlanta, June 2013.