Practice Observation Day
Guidance on integrating a Human Factors approach in your practice.
- 8 hr8 hours
- 995 British pounds£995
- Customer's Place
What to expect
If you're unsure where to begin your Human Factors journey, an observational audit is a great place to start. Our full-day Observational Audit takes place on a day convenient to you, and provides invaluable insights into non-technical aspects of how you work, such as: - Communication - Teamwork - Decision-making - Patient safety processes - Workload management - Leadership and applied knowledge Using this knowledge, we will make tailored recommendations to help you advance on your Human Factors journey. Our observation day includes: - Facilitated debriefing session on the day - A written report of findings - Follow-up recommendations - Post-observation consultation call Observational audits support your team to perform at their best so they can deliver excellent patient care.
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