Category Archives: campaigns and awareness

Who remembers ‘The Human Factor’ exhibiton at the Science Museum, London, 1999?

I came across this picture, while having a look at what Flickr’s Creative Commons pool of photos has for “human factors”. It’s a photograph taken of an exhibition at the Science Museum, developed by Tim Hunkin, Sarah Angliss and Will … Continue reading

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Improving Wikipedia’s human factors articles, an idea from @danielpjenkins via @UKIEHF’s Ergonomist mag

Whenever people search for a word or phrase the chances are that Wikipedia pages appear in the top results of the search engine page. In their 2011 blog post “Wikipedia and the changing world of online cancer information” Cancer Research … Continue reading

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“When is a medical error a crime?” Ann Blandford on just culture and “Collateral Damage” #ptsafety

“I find the idea of a “just culture” compelling. It is not a simple agenda, because it involves balancing learning with blame, giving a sophisticated notion of accountability. It clearly places the onus for ensuring safety at an organisational / … Continue reading

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