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HUMAN FACTORS METHODOLOGIES IN HEALTHCARE
Glasgow Crowne Plaza,
Congress Rd, Glasgow G3 8QT

Thursday 29TH September 2016
9.30 am – 4.30 pm

PROGRAMME
09:30

Registration and coffee

10:00-10:30

Welcome and introduction to the ASPiH/ CIEHF event series
Prof Bryn Baxendale and Dr Steve Shorrock

10:30-12:00

Case Study 1: Enhanced Significant Event Analysis: A Human
Factors System Approach for Health Care
Dr Paul Bowie
This case study introduces and discusses a tool to prompt systems centred
event analysis which was originally developed by NES with support from the
Health Foundation for the individual practitioner and healthcare team

12:00-12:45

Lunch

12:45-13:30

Seven Samurai: Systems Thinking for Change
Dr Steve Shorrock
This primer to systems thinking for change walks through the systems you
need to consider in any change process, but are often forgotten.

13:30-15:00

Case Study 2: Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM):
A systems modelling technique from the Resilient Health Care
Network
Dr Al Ross, Dr Laura Pickup, Dr Duncan McNab
This case study introduces and discusses a tool for mapping health systems
through their key functions and activities. Practical applications from Primary
and Secondary Care will be described and there will be a chance for
participants to try a basic ‘hands on’ model for themselves.

15:00-15:15

Coffee

15:15-16:15

Panel discussion: Q&A session with ASPiH/CIEHF Panel
A broader discussion to encompass themes such as the range of HFE
methodologies for healthcare; achievements so far; challenges; the evidence
base; opportunities for simulation-based interventions; next steps for building
collaborative networks between professional bodies and practitioners

16:15-16:30

Closing remarks & evaluation

Speaker Biographies
Prof Bryn Baxendale
Bryn is a Consultant Anaesthetist and Director of the Trent Simulation &
Clinical Skills Centre at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, UK.
In 2009 he was appointed as an Honorary Professor at the School of
Psychology, University of Nottingham. He is Immediate Past President of
the Association of Simulated Practice in Healthcare (ASPiH), and was
President from 2009-14. ASPiH is the leading UK learned body focused
on the use of simulation and related innovative learning technologies
within healthcare professional education and training, workforce
development, and quality and patient safety improvement. Bryn
currently has national roles with Health Education England and the Royal
College of Anaesthetists related to technology enhanced learning and
broader educational themes of patient safety, Human Factors, and team
training.

Dr Steve Shorrock
Steven is a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist and a
Chartered Psychologist, with a background in internal and external
consultancy in human factors and safety management in several
industries, government, and as a researcher and educator in academia.
He holds a BSc in Applied Psychology, an MSc (Eng) in Work Design and
Ergonomics, and a PhD in human factors in air traffic control. Steven is a
safety and human factors specialist and European safety culture
programme leader at EUROCONTROL where he works in countries
throughout Europe, and adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of New
South Wales, School of Aviation.

Dr Paul Bowie
Paul is Programme Director for Safety & Improvement in the Medical
Directorate of NHS Education for Scotland and Honorary Senior Lecturer
at the University of Glasgow Institute of health and Wellbeing. He has
worked in the NHS in Scotland for over 20 years in a range of quality
and safety advisory roles.

Dr Laura Pickup
Laura is Human Factors Research Fellow at the University of Nottingham
where she gained her MSc and PhD in Human Factors, and a trained
Physiotherapist who worked in the NHS for 10 years. Laura currently
consults independently for healthcare organisations, working with a wide
range of groups, including on risk and incident analysis and the
development and the delivery of Human Factors education.

Dr Al Ross
Al is a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist and a
Chartered Psychologist, and Lecturer in Behavioural Science at Glasgow
Dental School. He is also Human Factors lead at the Centre for Applied
Resilience in Healthcare at King’s College London. Al has Human Factors
experience in healthcare, the rail industry, the civil nuclear industry and
the military.

Dr Duncan McNab
Duncan is a General Medical Practitioner and an Associate Adviser in
Quality Improvement and Patient Safety for NHS Education for Scotland.
He is Clinical Lead for Patient Safety in Primary Care, NHS Ayrshire and
Arran.


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