PSU Pandemic Podcasts

Episode 5 - Human Factors in the Pandemic (Part 2)     

      

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Released On: 4 June 2020      Planning & Production Credits: Sarah Siddiqui, Jo Szram and Jane Gardner-Florence

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Summary

Human factors has been a crucial part of the clinical response during this pandemic for some departments and health professionals. In this supplementary episode, we are in conversation with senior theatre service manager Clair Mullins, ITU consultant Sunny Kaul and clinical educator Liz Allibone from the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital, exploring how their understanding of human factors prepared them during the pandemic response, with additional trainee perspectives from foundation doctor Kerry Fisher and OMFS surgeon Nabeel Bhatti.

Further Human Factors Resources and Information can be found here.

 

Biographies:  

Clair Mullins is a senior theatre service manager at The Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust.

Liz Allibone is head of clinical education and training at The Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust and chair of the UK clinical nurse educator network.

Sundeep Kaul is a consultant in intensive care and respiratory medicine and head of the lung division at The Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust.

Kerry Fisher is a foundation doctor at Frimley Hospital, RAF medical officer

Nabeel Bhatti is a oral and maxillofacial surgeon

 

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