Unfortunately the SIG for the 18th July 2018 has had to be cancelled due unexpected issues for the speaker.
We will therefore postpone the Network Rail talk to later in the year and I will be in touch.
In the interim we are planning an August session considering the use of the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System.
Please see below, this is a free session and I hope will be informative (and a free hot lunch)
The Health Foundation and Patient Safety Collaborative have kindly provided funding to support a Q Fellow Human Factors in Patient Safety “Specialist Interest Group” (SIG) in the region.
The next SIG is as follows, please book on via the link below:
• 29th August 2018 Face to Face (1300 lunch hot buffet, workshop 1400-1700):NSPCC, Leicester. Speaker: Dr Nick Woodier on the Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS)
• An afternoon exploring the evolution of incident analysis in patient safety with a focus in learning the methodology for HFACS.
• To book (free of charge): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/q-fellow-hf-ps-specialist-interest-group-29th-august-2018-tickets-46498961646
• Create collaboration between like-minded staff with interests in safety Science, improvement and Human Factors/ Ergonomics.
• Share learning from local improvement work related to safety.
• Deliver education sessions to improve knowledge around Safety Science and Human Factors tools (with expert speakers).
• To potentially develop collaborative improvement projects across the region.
How they will work:
• 6 workshops: 4 face to face afternoons and 2 webinars
• Face to face afternoons will be 1400-1700 (with plans for lunch provision prior to the start)
• Each session will include group sharing time and an expert speaker to provide education on a related subject with some time for application
• They are free events primarily for Q Fellows (but we will open them wider if spaces are free)
• They will be first come first serve bookings….bookings for the May event can be done below.
I hope this appeals and provide an opportunity for some stimulating learning and sharing of Human Factors in Patient Safety work.