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Student Webinar
De-mystifying Task Analyses in Embedded Healthcare Environments 

3 embedded healthcare HF practitioners share how they use task analyses in their roles.

The Next Human Factors Generation

 

This first generation of embedded HF practitioners paved the way for a second generation to emerge and continue creating lasting changes in healthcare. Watch 5 members of this second generation share their perspectives, roles, successes, and challenges of being the next generation of embedded practitioners at their respective institution.

Day in the Life of Embedded Healthcare HF Practitioners

 

In this lively Q&A, 4 embedded HHF Practitioners answer the burning questions:

  • What does your day-to-day look like?

  • What types of projects are you involved in?

  • What are your biggest challenges? How did you overcome them?

  • What drives you every day? What makes your work all worthwhile?

Observing on the Frontlines: How to not scare the indigenous population

 

Our panelists, consisting of three embedded HF practitioners and one professor of cultural anthropology, shared their experiences, mistakes, and insights on how they engage in ethnography.

Safety in Healthcare with Erik Hollnagel

 

Dr. Erik Hollnagel is an internationally recognized specialist in the fields of resilience engineering, system safety, human reliability analysis, cognitive systems engineering, and intelligent man-machine systems. He is also the originator of the concepts of Safety-II and Resilience Engineering. These concepts can help many industries, including healthcare, shift their approach to safety management.

 

That being said, there is still some ambiguity regarding these concepts and how to practically apply these principles in healthcare operations. Specifically, how are human factors engineers uniquely suited to lead healthcare systems into Safety-II (resilient) organizations? Are there practical tools and metrics to measure this journey and its impact? What are the differences between Resilient Healthcare, Safety-II, and High Reliability? These and many other questions require expert guidance, which Dr. Hollnagel will provide in what promises to be an extremely thought-provoking and inspiring webinar, to help us bridge theory and practice.

Executive Function: Human Factors and C-Suite Champions

 

We welcome a panel of four hospital executives to gain their perspective on the value of human factors, the role it plays in their institutions, where they see the future of HF, and how they support their HF teams.

 

This conversation focuses on the importance of value propositions and how HF professionals, faculty, and practitioners should be prepared to answer the question of, “Why should we fund Human Factors?” These executives provide valuable insights on how to make the best case for funding and resources, as well as demonstrate how to juggle competing priorities.

Let's Talk RCA's

 

Four HF Practitioners discuss their experience working with RCA's at their institutions, followed by an open discussion about what works, what doesn't, and how we can create better processes.

Let's Talk RCA's Webinar #2

 

Four HF Practitioners discuss their experience working with RCA's at their institutions, followed by an open discussion about what works, what doesn't, and how we can create better processes.

Racial Disparities & Equity in Healthcare

 

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and events taking place across the United States, HFTH hosted our 4th webinar focused on racial disparities and equity within healthcare systems.

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