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Human Factors for Healthcare, 1st Edition. A Manual for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals

ISBN: 9780702084874
ISBN: 9780702084874
Εκδόσεις:
Διαστάσεις 23 × 15 cm
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Paperback

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Ημ. Έκδοσης

2024/05

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Περιγραφή

Human factors such as fatigue and poor communication can increase the risk of safety incidents. This new book is the first to address the specific needs in this area of nurses and allied health professionals, who make up the majority of the workforce.

The aim of the book is to support understanding of human factors and the role they play in quality and safety. It will help the reader identify risks, understand human error, and develop non-technical skills (social, cognitive and personal) that will support them in their practice across a range of clinical environments.

With contributions by leading experts in this emerging area, many of whom remain in practice, Human Factors for Healthcare is an ideal textbook for teaching and learning in both academic and clinical settings.

Key Features

  • Covers the basic concepts right through to the most up-to-date research on human factors, including:
    • Patient safety
    • Human error
    • Human factors for non-medical practitioners
    • Human Factors in urgent, unscheduled and emergency care
    • Non-technical skills
    • The role of communication
    • Teamwork
    • Leadership
    • Situation Awareness and Decision Making
    • Workplace culture
    • Stress and fatigue
    • Resilience
  • Reflects the requirements of the 2018 NMC Standards of Proficiency for RNs and HCPC (2023) Standards of Proficiency for AHPs.
  • Features experts in the field from a variety of settings
  • Embraces a broad range of speciality areas ranging from wards to A&E and ITU
  • Contains clinical scenarios, case studies, tips and questions to help the reader reflect and engage

 

Περιεχόμενα

Patient Safety
Human Error (Drug/Device Error)
Human Factors and H.F for non-medical practitioners
Non-Technical Skills
Communication/Advance communication
Teamwork
Leadership – Management of Change
Culture in the workplace
Stress and fatigue
Resilience