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Wednesday April 20th

Human-in-the-System-Final-Design 150This Healthcare session is kindly sponsored by Human in the System, a consultancy which trains, develops and coaches teams and individuals in human performance, and ways in which human error can be reduced.
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How can we eliminate an 'NHS Never Event' in hip replacement surgery?Elliott Pata, Loughborough University
Compliance with the WHO Surgical Safety Checklist: A Case Study from Birmingham Children's HospitalPatrick Waterson, Loughborough University
The Impact of Government Health and Safety Initiatives on Healthcare and Ergonomics in the United StatesJeffrey Fernandez, JFAssociates, Inc.
Keynote Presentation: Innovation in Healthcare Design and Human FactorsProfessor the Lord Darzi of Denham
Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London
Workshop: Human Factors to support safe and successful healthcare productsPete Buckle, Imperial College London
Unpacking Safety-II in action: Triggers and Signals of Potential Error in Patient Handling TasksEva-Maria Burford, Loughborough University
PEGASO Project - Teenage Perspectives of an Integrated Technology Platform for Health PromotionAlexandra Lang, The University of Nottingham

Thursday April 21st

ASPiH_logo 150This Healthcare session is kindly sponsored by ASPiH, the Association for simulated practice in healthcare which is a not-for-profit membership Association dedicated to improving patient care and professional performance by promoting the use of simulated practice and technology enhanced learning. Read more

Technical and collaborative work in the management of acute kidney injuryD Phipps, The University of Manchester
Guidewire Retention after Central Venous Catheterisation: Prevention and Mitigation using Bow-Tie AnalysisMaria Mikela Chatzimichailidou, University of Cambridge
Healthcare Poster SessionVarious
The challenge of human factors within surgical environmentsSimon Moss, Sagentia Ltd
Upscaling Frontline Improvement in SurgeryLorna Flynn, University of Oxford
Understanding and Designing for Infection Prevention and Control in a Neonatal Intensive Care UnitSue Cobb, University of Nottingham
Combining Ergonomic Intervention and Transformational Leadership. How a healthcare group reduced its injury rate by half.Vee Lyn Tan, Epworth Healthcare
An online manual handling toolkit to improve skills and reduce risksJo-Anne Webb, University of Salford. Deborah Harrison, A1 Risk Solutions Ltd
WorkshopPutting the science into practice: Developing and refining a healthcare-oriented HFE framework using workplace-based simulation exercisesNick Woodier & Bryn Baxendale, Trent Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre
Blood sampling in acute hospital care settings: A Human Factors ReviewLaura Pickup, The University of Nottingham
Benefits of Using Simulation to Enhance Learning from Serious Incident ReportingJoanne Carling, James Cook University Hospital
Predicting Upper Limb Discomfort for Plastic Surgeons: combining anthropometric models with Rapid Upper Limb Assessment (RULA)Chris Baber, University of Birmingham

Date & place

19 - 21 April 2016
Staverton Park, Daventry, Northamptonshire

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Join delegates from:

Airbus
BP
NATS
Institute of Occupational Medicine
Thales
Royal Air Force
Health and Safety Executive
QinetiQ
Office of Rail and Road
DSTL
Rail Safety and Standards Board
Greenstreet Berman
The Keil Centre
DCA Design
and many more