Applying Human Factors to Patient Safety, Reliability and Investigation in Healthcare – SEIPS in Action
19th October 2021 – Virtual Conference
Time: 1400 – 1715 BST (International participants welcome 9:00 – 12:15 EST)
We are delighted to welcome Professor Pascale Carayon the author of the Systems Engineering Initiative for Patient Safety (SEIPS) who will join us to talk about the development, history and use of SEIPS in healthcare.
|SEIPS is one of the most widely recognised human factors and ergonomics (HFE) approaches within the field of patient safety. The model is used to understand how complex socio-technical systems such as healthcare work.
|SEIPS can be used by practitioners to identify the deficiencies in a healthcare system which impact the ability to deliver high quality and safe care. SEIPS can also be used to contribute to the design of systems and processes.
Our event will focus on the practical application of SEIPS within healthcare and speakers include: Prof. Pascale Carayon – The SEIPS journey – developing, expanding and deepening the model Gill Smith – Kaizen Kata – The effectiveness of SEIPS during Covid19 in ICU Jonathan Back – HSIB’s Safety Incident Research database Prof. Tom Reader – Learning from patient and family experiences of unsafe care Prof. Richard Holden – Indiana University School of Public Health Chris Hicks and Andrew Petrosoniak – St Michaels Hospitals Toronto – How simulation can break the shackles of bad design Please click here for a full programme and book your tickets today. All registered participants will receive joining instructions by email nearer the event date. There will be a recording if you wish to purchase access after the event.
NB: This ticket price is non-refundable unless the event needs to be cancelled. We hope you will understand that the ticket fee is a donation to the good work of the CHFG and we thank you all for your continued support.
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