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Human Factors and Systems Theory: Keeping Your Head in a Highly Complex Environment

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Human Factors and Systems Theory: Keeping Your Head in a Highly Complex Environment

Home » Human Factors and Systems Theory: Keeping Your Head in a Highly Complex Environment

Presented By:  Martin T. November, M.D., MBA, FACOG
November 2010

In recent medical malpractice analysis, a variety of different factors contribute to the etiology of an error. These human factors, related to the individual, team, equipment, or other elements of the clinical care system, can either increase or decrease the likelihood a medical error will occur. This webinar will address the emerging science of human factors, its application to healthcare and the impact on decision making and technical skill in the clinical environment.

Objectives

  • Raise awareness of the various factors that influence the delivery of clinical care
  • Appreciate the interplay of human factors and incidence of errors in the clinical setting
  • Understand the impact of human factors on technical skill and decision making
  • Identify ways to reduce medical errors by addressing issues related to human factors

WEBINAR SIGNUP

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WHO SHOULD WATCH

Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.

INQUIRES

For OB inquiries, please contact Heather Gocke at (818) 545-3351 or heather.gocke@betahg.com.

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