Clinical Human Factors can be used to inform quality improvement in teams and services, support change management, and help to emphasise the importance of the design of equipment, processes, and procedures.
Human Factors approaches underpin current patient safety and quality improvement science, offering an integrated, evidenced and coherent approach to patient safety, quality improvement and clinical excellence.
This A Practical Guide to Human Factors course is designed to help healthcare professionals to understand and gain practical insight and tools to help utilise human factors to improve performance and patient outcomes.
Attend this CPD certified course to learn from Saydia Razak, Human Factors Research Fellow at Oxford University, to successfully embed human factors within your organisation.
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Please note we will use Zoom to virtually deliver this course.
Dr Saydia Razak is a Human Factors Research Fellow at the University of Oxford. She is currently leading on the Human Factors Systems Redesign of Escalation of the RESPOND (Rescue for Emergency Patients Observed to uNdergo acute Deterioration) Programme. Saydia’s work is adopting Resilience Engineering principles to enhance the way surgically deteriorating patients are cared for post-operatively.
Saydia’s clinical career began as an Operating Department Practitioner in 2010, Saydia then moved on to the role of a Senior Emergency Department Practitioner. Wanting to enhance her experience, Saydia then joined a Community and Mental Health NHS Trust ...