Human Factors in Healthcare – Monday 22nd July 2024

Available for South Tees staff only

Event details

16 places remaining | Free event

Course Overview:

This session introduces attendees to the core concepts of Human Factors and its application within the safety critical, healthcare environment. This interactive lecture delves into the 6 Non-Technical Skills that shape human interaction with process, whilst the latter part focuses on Patient Safety through a Human Factors lens. This 3-hour course combines the previous ‘Introduction to Human Factors’ and ‘A Human Factors Approach to Patient Safety’.

Learning Objectives:

  • Enhance basic understanding of Human Factors
  • Discuss the application of Safety 1 + 2 and understand Gap Theory
  • Discuss non-technical skills
  • Apply the principles of Human Factors to Patient Safety

Target Audience:

All staff- medical and non-medical. This course is free to all workforce with South and North Tees.

Organised by:

This event has been arranged by the Human Factors and Civility team.

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All cancellations need to be made through your account. For those who do not attend without cancelling, your line manager will be notified, and a possible charge may be incurred.

Please be advised that this session has a minimum attendee requirement, therefore we may have to cancel the session if not enough people attend. If this session is cancelled, we will aim to advise attendees as far in advance as possible, and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Certificates and other information:

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This training is CPD accredited, and 2 CPD points will be awarded upon attendance of this session.

Upon completion of this course a certificate will be available for you to download from your account along with any other post course information.

If you are a non-medical registrant who is eligible for Continual Professional Development (CPD) funding this course will account as part of your annual allowance for CPD funding.