Dear readers, The most privileged and rewarding part of my job at Lund university includes working with our MSc Programme in Human Factors and System Safety . With students representing practitioners at different levels in a wide range of high-risk industries we are proud to provide a space for critical reflections and learning across domains. Recently we produced a number of videos to further explain the philosophy of the programme and its teaching methods. These videos include one introduction video, one video with answers to some of our most frequently asked questions, as well as testimonials from three of our students. I have posted all five videos below for you to enjoy. The final deadline of application to join in for the 2016-class starting in January is October 15 . All details concerning how to apply are found at our programme webpage . Very welcome to apply!
Visar inlägg från september, 2015
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Dear readers, Jonas Wrigstad is a great PhD student who I have the privilege to supervise. Apart from working as a child anesthesiologist at Lund university hospital he curiously studies patient safety interventions and their effects in the Swedish healthcare. Previously I have reported on his first study looking at factors explaining why/how recommendations from incident investigations get implemented. Recently Jonas' second study was published. This one takes more of a macro perspective, looking at how the national system for investigating incidents in healthcare has evolved over the last 20 years. The study, which has already been discussed by the Swedish medical papers Dagens Medicin and Läkartidningen , looks at how the construction of causal factors has changed over the last 20 years (spoiler alert: not much, the system still believes, as it always has, that accidents are caused at a micro level in the system), but also at how the authority representatives and inspect