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Wendy Sinclair RNC 💙 Jul 15
An error waiting to happen?
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Carina González Jun 1
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Carl Horsley Jun 25
One more time: is not a synonym for . It is not “factors of humans” but how a system is designed for system performance and wellbeing. This includes organisational culture, power relationships, the design of work, cognitive systems design etc. Be curious.
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Stu Marshall Jul 29
If OnLy He HaD rEaD tHe LaBeL pRoPeRlY 🙄 I hope this is quoted as evidence any time a lawyer says this to a health professional who makes a medication error.
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Martin Bromiley Jul 19
Yes, across healthcare at all levels & domains. Healthcare has rules that “cross every T and dot every i” but without understanding how success & safety are created. Need to create a safer system; with the right training then support the frontline to deliver.
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Alex Sanders-Page Jul 14
As a road crew Ambulance worker (of any grade) have you experienced poor communication from an arriving HEMS crew? (Scoping for potential study, please retweet) Primarily looking for UK responses.
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claire May 12
This document is a brilliant practical resource for anyone working in safety in healthcare. I would love to be a part of this in making care safer where I work.
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YannickForster Jun 23
Yesterday I successfully defended my dissertation at TU Chemnitz!🎉 Looking back I am happy and grateful for the time where I could do my research, publish and learn a lot. Thanks to everyone who attended the online defense and worked on that beautiful hat🎓
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Andy Zaidman Jul 14
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IMPACT2020 Conference Jul 17
2 weeks to go… 🔥 .Whether you’re a student, , or independent – we’d love to hear from you. 👏 Submit your abstract by 31/07 👇   
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Nikhil Ahluwalia Jul 11
*new Cardiology Fellows/ST3s* Our 2019 Chair who has a research interest in and performance psychology (and a 🫀 SpR ) shares insights and evidence for how to approach common challenges. 🙏
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Amanda Widdowson, President CIEHF Jun 24
Just attended a great webinar about Learning from Adverse Events. The long-awaited whitepaper is now available for download from the website: Well done to all presenters and contributors
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Keith Siau Jun 4
Factors associated with surgeon’s perception of distraction in the operating room: 🕰 Longer procedures 🛠 Malfunctioning devices 🗣 Irrelevant conversations ⏰ Time pressure 🚪 Door opening per case Tip: 🔐 the🚪!
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Katie Jurewicz, PhD Jul 20
New art for my new office ! I love the artistry in these prints that emphasize the differences between Bayesian and Frequentist statistics. The first student to ask me "Why Bayesian?!" is in for a real treat now that I have these visuals 😂
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Elliott R Haut, MD, PhD Mar 31
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Shelly Jeffcott Jul 21
Workarounds keep work going! Love this blog description that people do it the “wrong” way (workarounds) when obstacles exist to doing it the “right” way. Workarounds won’t go away without a deeper understanding of your system and the problems that motivate their use
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Sue Hignett Jul 9
Working in PPE for women & men. Fit, comfort, communication, dexterity (incl. screens, buttons/taps, syringes) Thanks
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Barry Kirby Jun 18
Very proud that the work has been doing through COVID-19 with has been recognised by and used as a case study in the FSB New Horizons Report
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HumanReliabilityLtd May 11
Free online mini-course on Human Factors Critical Task Review (HFCTR), to improve quality and safety. Should take about 30-45mins:
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Vathsan Jul 10
Our endoscopy team toolkit out in 👇 Supporting teams in the COVID era and beyond using a approach Thanks to for support. Please share and adapt for use in your units
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