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Embedding Human Factors knowledge and understanding to combat avoidable harm

I am fresh back from 3 days of Train the Trainer for Northumbria NHS Foundation Trust, one of the top-performing Trusts in NHS England. I am invigorated and full of the joys because here we have a healthcare provider that knows how to maintain high quality resilient compassionate care.

Atrainability increasingly work in the North East of England. Previously Safer Care North East recognised the crucial importance of human factors in dealing with avoidable harm and engaged Atrainability to educate a multitude of influential team members across what was then the Strategic Health Authority. Happily the enlightened ones have found positions of influence and are carrying on the plan.

Northumbria Trust has realised that having a profound embedded understanding of Human Factors within every department can help to avoid, trap and mitigate potential costly harm within the system.

This week I have had the pleasure of the company of a diverse group of enthusiastic, intelligent, committed professionals and judging by their feedback comments changed their outlook. We are all hoping this will have impact on how staff are trained, how procedures are designed and implemented and how a safe just culture is sustained.

Here are some of the course comments:

· “fantastic course”

· “my outlook on life has changed forever! I am looking at life through Human Factors glasses. I’ve also learned a lot about myself. I would thoroughly recommend this course I have honestly never got so much information and enjoyment from a course before!”

· “Relaxed, informal but very informative, thank you”

· “I will develop a 1 day error-proofing training course and invite colleagues to attend. My aim is to share and spread the message across the North East so that people become aware of their behaviour and act appropriately. This should result in an increase in reporting and a reduction in errors.”

 


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Guest - sue on Sunday, 22 September 2013 10:22

congratulations once again - raising the standards in the NHS - people understanding how to be better themselves, as team members and as a part of every situation.

congratulations once again - raising the standards in the NHS - people understanding how to be better themselves, as team members and as a part of every situation.
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