Date: 9th May 2018 14.00 – 18.00
Venue: Birmingham Medical School, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
University Hospital Birmingham is delighted to announce its first human factors masterclass aimed at senior leaders within healthcare organisations across the Midlands region and developed with the support and collaboration of the CIEHF, the CHFG and WMPSC.
In healthcare, human factors and ergonomics is now recognised as integral to patient safety, staff wellbeing and system performance, and the hospital has invested in the development of a Human Factors Faculty to raise awareness of human factors and ergonomics and support its implementation with the organisation.
The Masterclass will enable leaders to develop practical strategies that can be implemented to integrate human factors into their organisation. It will highlight how these changes are essential to a successful, evolving organisation and how the implementation of human factors and ergonomics delivers operational benefits, cost savings, improved staff moral and, most importantly, better patient outcomes.
14:15 Introduction and welcome, Steve Barraclough, CIEHF
14:15 Integrating human factors into healthcare, Sue Hignett
14:55 ‘Whose work is it anyway?’ Thinking about work and healthcare safety, Steven Shorrock
15:25 Applying human factors to learn from, and prevent adverse outcomes in healthcare, Tracey Herlihey
15:55 Discussion and speaker panel
16:40 Optimising human performance to improve systems and safety in healthcare, Rhona Flin
17:10 The CHFG and patient safety, improving outcomes, reducing risk and optimising performance, Martin Bromiley
17:40 Discussion and speaker panel