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Investigating for Improvement – building a national safety investigator for Healthcare

This thought paper explores how healthcare systems can develop a system-wide approach to investigating and learning from the most serious patient safety issues, and examines the organisational infrastructure that is needed to support this.

Many safety-critical […]

By |31st March, 2017|Policy and Research, CHFG Resources, Featured|0 Comments

CHFG Open Seminar – Human Factors and Safer Births – 11th May Birmingham

‘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

Venue: […]

By |24th January, 2017|CHFG Events, Featured|0 Comments

CHFG Open Seminar 13th October 2016 Summary and Slides

Proactive Approaches to Promoting Safe Healthcare
Open Seminar
13th October 2016
Unipart Conference Centre
Oxford

We are living through a period of unprecedented change; social and political; global and local. This has significant implications for how […]

By |20th July, 2016|CHFG Events, Featured|1 Comment

Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch – Expert Advisory Group Report

The Government have published the Expert Advisory Group report which recommends how the new “Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch” in NHS England should be established.

You’ll be aware that the CHFG have campaigned for many years for […]

Patient Safety 2030

FOREWORD by Ara Darzi, Professor, Lord Darzi of Denham
Dear Secretary of State for Health, Ministers and distinguished experts,
In the decade and a half since To Err is Human, safety has become embedded in the lexicon of […]

Human Factors Common Terms

Our Common Terms glossary presents a series of common terms which focus on the fundamental human factors and ergonomics principles separated into Organisation and Individual focus areas. We have also included specific examples of some […]

Institute for Healthcare Improvement

The Picker Institute has set a high standard with the Always Events® program. The goal of the Always Events program is the translation of person- and family-centered principles into tangible action. New approaches to communicating […]

‘How to’ Guide to Human Factors – Top Tips

An A5 booklet has been produced that has extracts of case studies and implementation tips from the full ‘How to’ Guide – Volume 2. This A5 booklet can be found here Implementing Human Factors in […]

“What good looks like” prompt cards

Over the last few years the CHFG have developed a set of cards to demonstrate ‘what good looks like’ in healthcare from a human factors perspective. These cards have been developed from the […]

By |12th October, 2015|Learning Resources, CHFG Resources, Featured|0 Comments

Implementing Culture Change Within the NHS

The practical steps required to implement culture change in the NHS is the subject of a new report launched today, Thursday 6th November 2014, by the British Psychological Society’s (BPS) Division of Occupational Psychology (DOP).

The […]

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