Dr Su-Yin Hor is a lecturer in Health Services Management at University of Technology Sydney. She is a collaborator on a project in the clinical and infection prevention pillar of APPRISE.
Dr Hor’s research focuses on visual- and learning-based research methods to understand the complexity of modern healthcare services, including working with practitioners and patients at the frontline.
- Disagreement among experts about public health decision making: is it polarisation and does it matter?
- Exploring healthcare workers’ perspectives of video feedback for training in the use of powered air purifying respirators (PAPR) at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
- ‘Like building a plane and flying it all in one go’: an interview study of infection prevention and control in Australian general practice during the first 2 years of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic
- Paradoxes of pandemic infection control: Proximity, pace and care within and beyond SARS-CoV-2
- Experiences of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic amongst Australian Healthcare workers: From stressors to protective factors
- “One minute it’s an airborne virus, then it’s a droplet virus, and then it’s like nobody really knows…”: Experiences of pandemic PPE amongst Australian healthcare workers
- Entanglements of affect, space, and evidence in pandemic healthcare: An analysis of Australian healthcare workers’ experiences of COVID-19
- Testing the efficacy and acceptability of video-reflexive methods in personal protective equipment training for medical interns: a mixed methods study
- Medical interns’ reflections on their training in use of personal protective equipment
- Trajectories of hospital infection control: Using non-representational theory to understand and improve infection prevention and control
- Enablers of, and barriers to, optimal glove and mask use for routine care in the emergency department: an ethnographic study of Australian clinicians
- Book: Video-reflexive ethnography in health research and healthcare improvement