Ashley Szabo Eltorai


I am a faculty member at the Yale University School of Medicine within the Department of Anesthesiology. I previously completed the residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. Through my clinical experiences practicing anesthesiology and cardiac surgical critical care, I have witnessed that the determinants of the delivery of quality care extend far beyond medical knowledge. The science of human factors, such a prominent cornerstone of industries such as aviation, has not yet found the same place in medicine – and yet, I believe, it could change the understanding and execution of medical decision-making in real and profound ways. Because I am deeply motivated by quality improvement and optimizing patient care, this has become one of my chief research interests, in addition to investigations of therapies to treat postoperative delirium within the intensive care unit.

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Human factors and quality improvement; simulation in anesthesiology; various topics pertinent to cardiac surgical critical care.

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