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Tag Archives: Human Factors
I was taken aback yesterday (Human Factors, Elaine Bromiley & your local medical school)
Yesterday, Friday, I was out and about visiting some of our patients. We have an odd or you might say unusual model of healthcare provision in the surgery, I, as a geriatrician, not a GP don’t see a significant number of the ‘regular’ patients, instead I focus on those who are older or living withContinue reading “I was taken aback yesterday (Human Factors, Elaine Bromiley & your local medical school)”
Maximum or minimum?
I also wonder, what is the minimum number or, Perhaps, maximum, of, people working In close proximity without eye contact without smile?
Human Factors, space-time and Yiddishkeit
On Friday I attended the Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Collaborative ‘One Year On’ conference. A number of speakers from the region discussed the work they are doing to make predominantly hospitals, but all care in the wider sense, safer, less likely to result in inadvertent harm. Primum non nocere – first, do no harm,Continue reading “Human Factors, space-time and Yiddishkeit”