HUMAN FACTORS AND BIOTECHNOLOGY - A STATUS SURVEY FOR 1968-69.
Final rept. May 68-May 69,
LOCKHEED MISSILES AND SPACE CO SUNNYVALE CALIF BIOTECHNOLOGY
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The report deals with the findings of a survey of over 500 human factors and biotechnology programs in U.S.A. business and industry, consulting, government, non-profit research and educational organizations. The survey gathered information relative to size of human factors and biotechnology HF-B10 organizations growth of the profession, turnover rates, reporting levels, group composition, qualifications for HF-Bio people, academic degrees, hiring sources, hiring methods, salaries, sources of program support, activities, facilities, computer usage, publications, presentations, professional society membership, and meeting attendance, films, work aids and devices, professional development, projected growth of field, HF-Bio educational programs, degrees offered, apprenticeships, number of students trained, problems associated with the HF-bio field, means for increasing the effectiveness of the profession and trends. Author
- Humanities and History
- Biomedical Instrumentation and Bioengineering
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems