You are kindly invited to a one-day event at the Royal College of Surgeons on Optimising Use of Robot-Assisted Surgery: Challenges and Opportunities. The aim is to bring together healthcare professionals, policy makers, and researchers […]
- How does a consultant confirm all the initial steps in management have been completed?
- How does the doctor new to the emergency department learn how to deal with a condition they have never managed before?
- How does […]
‘Human Factors and Safer Births’
An open seminar jointly organised by the Clinical Human Factors Group (CHFG) and West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) Patient Safety Collaborative
Date: Thursday 11th May 2017, 9.30am – 4.30pm
25 – 27 April 2017
Staverton Estate, Daventry, Northamptonshire
Ergonomics and Human Factors 2017 will feature nearly 80 presentations and workshops from leading ergonomists and human factors specialists across a wide variety of sectors including Design, Healthcare, […]
In October the Department of Health set out a consultation seeking views on providing a ‘safe space’ in healthcare safety investigations, click here to view the consultation. The CHFG have been working with James Titcombe, […]
Many incidents, claims and complaints involve poor communication and team working as a contributory factor or a root cause. Currently team training is not mandatory for NHS staff and many people assume staff already know […]
The implementation of the concept of “Just Culture” is now widely seen as key for further improvement of aviation safety through more and better reporting of aviation occurrences. An essential condition for establishing a “Just […]
Venue: The Xcel Centre, Aycliffe Business Park, Newton Aycliffe, DL5 6AP
The North East Human Factors Network of Health Education England will be holding their first regional conference and are inviting delegates to this multi-professional educational […]
Faculty of Medicine & Health – University of Leeds
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh are sponsoring an international symposium on “Current Approaches to Understanding Surgical Error” (www.leeds.ac.uk/paclab/CAUSE2016) in Leeds on December 9th 2016.