Using a ‘Human Factors’ approach to understand complex safety challenges

Del Wijeratne - 12 November 2015

‘Human Factors’ is a diverse and multi-faceted scientific discipline concerned with analysing and enhancing the interactions amongst humans and the other elements of a specific system, with a view to optimising system performance and human well-being. With specific reference to healthcare, Human Factors…

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