Human Factors in Clinical Practice: Lessons from COVID-19
Presented by Dr. Mike Davis
Wednesday 1st July 2020 at 8:00PM
The recent events arising from the COVID 19 pandemic have raised some interesting issues in effective management of large numbers of patients. Among these has been adequate preparation of the physical environment – the ergonomics – but also the social – the nature of group interaction that can lead towards the effective team management of challenging circumstances.
This webinar will build on an earlier webinar (Non-technical skills issues at a time of crisis: effective team working under pressure – 20th April 2020) and will reflect on training strategies that have emerged, with specific reference to future training needs and how these might be met.
My name is Mike Davis and I am a freelance consultant in continuing medical education based in Blackpool but working throughout the UK and Europe. I have been engaged in this work for over 20 years and work mainly through medical education charities, Royal Colleges and European-wide networks. Prior to this, I was an English teacher in comprehensive schools and then a researcher and lecturer in universities. I am currently an honorary senior lecturer in medical education at Keele University.
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