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Human Factors Ergonomics (Safety Science) for Patient Safety Level 2: Task Analysis

Description

This Level 2 course module has been developed to teach Task Analysis as part of the CIEHF Healthcare Learning Pathway

CIEHF and CPD Accredited Course

Having completed this module, you will be able to:

  • apply Hierarchical Task Analysis to decompose safety-critical tasks and identify specific task risks.
  • demonstrate use of HFE theories, methods, and tools for analysis of systems (including process), tasks, workload (physical and mental) including mental models, communication and anthropometry.
  • demonstrate an understanding of the principles of HFE and human-machine interface technology including hardware, software, internet and network-based technologies and social media.
  • recognise the scope of personal ability for HFE analysis and when it is necessary to consult and collaborate with different professional experts.

Please note:

You must have completed the Learning Pathway Level 1 e-learning prior to booking. You will be asked to present your Level 1 certificate when attending any Level 2 training modules.

www.lboro.ac.uk/design/hfehub

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Human Factors Ergonomics (Safety Science) for Patient Safety L2: Leadership and Non-Technical Skills

Description

The module on leadership and non-technical skills is meant to provide the attendee with insight into leadership as a process versus a leader as a person. It draws upon an individual's traits, personality and emotional intelligence as factors that interplay with their technical understanding of HFE based process design. This is to allow further exploration, critique and appreciation of leadership in complex adaptive systems such as healthcare. It offers a balanced insight of individual versus system resilience in delivering outcomes for quality and safety.

Please note:

You must have completed the Learning Pathway Level 1 e-learning prior to booking. You will be asked to present your Level 1 certificate when attending any Level 2 training modules.

www.lboro.ac.uk/design/hfehub

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Standard delegate£295.000[Read More]
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Human Factors Ergonomics (Safety Science) for Patient Safety Level 2: Procedures

Description

This Level 2 course module has been developed to teach Procedures as part of the CIEHF Healthcare Learning Pathway

CIEHF and CPD Accredited Course.

Having completed this module, you will be able to:

  • Outline and explain key safety recommendations from professional bodies and regulators, including mandated safety practices
  • Demonstrate ability to integrate HFE principles and concepts into systems, interface and product design including requirements development and validation
  • Apply relevant legislation, codes of practice, standards (government and industry)
  • Apply HFE principles to design of systems (and services), products, job aids, controls, displays, instrumentation and other aspects of tasks and activities.

Recognise the scope of personal ability for HFE analysis and when it is necessary to consult and collaborate with different professional experts.

www.lboro.ac.uk/design/hfehub

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Standard delegate£295.000[Read More]
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Human Factors Ergonomics (Safety Science) for Patient Safety Level 2: Risk Analysis and Resilience

Description

This Level 2 course module has been developed to teach Risk and Resilience (risk management and resilience engineering) as part of the CIEHF Healthcare Learning Pathway

  • Introduction to risk and resilience (Amalberti’s model)
  • Risk management
  • Safety II
  • Resilience engineering (CARe model and CARe handbook)

www.lboro.ac.uk/design/hfehub

Attendee CategoryCostPlace(s) Available  
Standard delegate£295.000[Read More]

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