EEAST General Broadcast

Clinical Human Factors: Martin Bromiley

av EEAST General Broadcast | Publicerades 7/3/2020

The understanding of human factors in clinical settings has grown massivley over the last 15 or so years. The idea that adverse events are just 'one of those things' is something healthcare is rapidly moving away from.One of the leading champions in this field is Martin Bromiley. A pilot and instructor, who's wife sadly died during a routine procedure, Martin worked with the NHS Trust to truly understand the rot causes of the incident. He then championed patient safety across the country, founding the Clinical Human Factors Group and having a supportive role in the formation of the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch.Jordan Nicholls, Patient Safety Integration Lead, talks to Martin about what safety truly is, how to check yourself in a stressful situation, how to work with people you may not know in high stress situations and what organisations can do to support psychological safety in their Trusts.For more informaiton about CHFG please visit- https://chfg.org/For resources on human factors furing Covid-19 please visit- https://chfg.org/category/all-resources/covid-19/If you'd like to leave some feedback please email jordan.nicholls@eastamb.nhs.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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