Tag Archives: IEHF – Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors

Tweets from #IEHF – Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety event

The IEHF healthcare SIG hosted the Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety Symposium in London on Monday 25 November 2013. IEHF = Institute of Ergonomics & Human Factors SIG = Special Interest Group. Ann Blandford (@annblandford), Chris Vincent (@chris_vincent_1) and Gerrit … Continue reading

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[Symposium, London] IEHF Healthcare SIG – Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety symposium, Mon 25 Nov 2013

The IEHF* healthcare SIG will host a Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety Symposium in London on Monday 25 November 2013. CHI+MED’s Ann Blandford and Chris Vincent (from UCL) and Gerrit Niezen (from Swansea University) will also be presenting at the … Continue reading

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“Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety” one-day symposium from @ukiehf, London 25 Nov 2013 via @DomFurniss

Patient & Healthcare Provider Safety 25 November 2013 At NCVO (National Council for Voluntary Organisations), 8 All Saints Street, London, N1 9RL [Google Map] A one day symposium organised by the Healthcare Special Interest Group of the IEHF (Institute of … 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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