Dr. Linsey Steege, is an Associate Professor and Gulbrandsen Chair in Health Informatics & Systems Innovation in the UW-Madison School of Nursing. She also has an affiliate appointment with the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the College of Engineering. Her overall research goal is to improve health, safety and performance of health professionals in the context of their work system, and by doing so, to enhance healthcare quality. She has extensive experience using mixed methods to measure and model fatigue and work demands in healthcare professionals, particularly the nursing workforce. She is also interested in the design and implementation of systems-based interventions to improve health professionals’ communication, teamwork, and decision-making processes in order to improve patient outcomes and quality across healthcare settings.