Atrainability - one of the leading providers of in-house Human Factors Training for critical teams - host the audio podcast series, Atrainability Radio
Trevor Dale and his team at Atrainability work extensively with NHS Trusts and healthcare professionals to train thousands of staff to create safe and effective teams.
Trevor Dale, Atrainability's owner and co-founder speaks openly with a wide range of everyday NHS staff and patients, and colleagues. Each conversation tells their unique story, spreading the learning far and wide.
Trevor Dale reflects on each conversation, saying:
"It has been an emotional rollercoaster at times, yet I personally have learnt so much from our conversations and I hope you do too".
Many of Trevor's guests on Atrainability Radio spoke at TEDxNHS 2019 , where Atrainability were a sponsor. This is the first time these insightful conversations have been shared for the public to hear.
The guests featured on Atrainability Radio are:
Lucy Watts is a prominent disability and health advocate, activist and consultant.
Yusuf Yousuf is a healthcare support worker in Older Person's Services
Charlie Webster is a Sports presenter and campaigner
Sarah Hillman is a clinician and academic researcher
Rachel Pilling is a consultant ophthalmologist and co-founder of 15s30m
Alexandra Adams is a 4th year medical student and the first deafblind person in the UK to be trained towards becoming a doctor
Coming up over the next few weeks:
Dr Andy Knox is a General Practitioner based in North West England. He is now an executive GP for Lancashire North Clinical Commissioning Group and works with the Better Care Together Team for Morecambe Bay.
Jacob Bayliss currently manages Pride in Practice for the LGBT Foundation - a quality assurance and social prescribing award focusing on the health needs of the LGBT community.
Jen Gilroy-Cheetham previously a programme manager at the Innovation Agency. Jen is passionate and enthusiastic about improvement, innovation and patient safety work with successful completion of operational transformation projects within healthcare.
Roy Lilley is an independent health policy analyst, writer, broadcaster and commentator on the National Health Service and social issues.
Dr Ken Catchpole is a cognitive scientist and human factors practitioner who seeks to understand and improve human performance in complex systems.
Dr Alka Patel is a GP, lifestyle medicine physician and health coach.