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Human factors in medicine

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By Richard Gough Paramedic tutor, Post Qualification Manager
Jennifer Plant, Michael A Barone, Janet R Serwint, Lavjay Butani
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November 2015: Pediatrics
Stephen Timmons, Bryn Baxendale, Andrew Buttery, Giulia Miles, Bridget Roe, Simon Browes
OBJECTIVES: To understand whether aviation-derived human factors training is acceptable and useful to healthcare professionals. To understand whether and how healthcare professionals have been able to implement human factors approaches to patient safety in their own area of clinical practice. METHODS: Qualitative, longitudinal study using semi-structured interviews and focus groups, of a multiprofessional group of UK NHS staff (from the emergency department and operating theatres) who have received aviation-derived human factors training...
May 2015: Emergency Medicine Journal: EMJ
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