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Found 9 results
  1. Content Article
    Throughout Jens Rasmussen’s career there has been a continued emphasis on the development of methods, techniques and tools for accident analysis and investigation. In this paper, Waterson et al. focus on the evolution and development of one specific example, namely Accimaps and their use for accident analysis.
  2. News Article
    Miscarriage may be associated with an increased risk of early death, researchers have said. The BMJ published a study suggesting that this risk is particularly acute for those who have experienced repeated miscarriages, especially ones that occurred early on in a woman’s life. US-based researchers said that women who had experienced a miscarriage were 19% more likely to die prematurely. They pointed out that a miscarriage “could be an early marker of future health risk in women.” The authors of the paper hoped to see if there was any link between miscarriage and a risk of death before the age of 70. Data used was taken from 101,681 women as part of the Nurses’ Health Study in the US. This was made up of female nurses aged between 25 and 42 years. The researchers followed the women for 24 years and said that 2,936 premature deaths were recorded, this included 1,346 from cancer and 269 from cardiovascular disease. It appeared that death rates from all causes were comparable both for women with and without a history of miscarriage. However, rates were higher for women who had experienced three or more miscarriages as well as for women who had their first miscarriage under the age of 24. The study found that the association between miscarriage, or “spontaneous abortion,” and premature death was strongest for deaths from cardiovascular disease. Read full story Source: The Independent, 25 March 2021
  3. Content Article
    Implementation science has a core aim – to get evidence into practice. Early in the evidence-based medicine movement, this task was construed in linear terms, wherein the knowledge pipeline moved from evidence created in the laboratory through to clinical trials and, finally, via new tests, drugs, equipment, or procedures, into clinical practice. We now know that this straight-line thinking was naïve at best, and little more than an idealisation, with multiple fractures appearing in the pipeline.
  4. Content Article
    National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) subject matter experts provide updates on NHSN Analysis for 2020. Topics include: Changes to NHSN Dataset Generation (DSG) Adjusted Ranking Metric (ARM) & the Reliability-Adjusted Rankings Dashboard MDRO/CDI Module analysis updates, 2020 CLABSI analysis changes and introduction to SIR/SUR percentile distribution 2020 changes to the HAI-AR analysis reports Recently published NHSN surveillance reports Patient Safety Portal.
  5. Content Article
    Safety in aviation has often been compared with safety in healthcare. This article, published in JRSM Open, presents a comprehensive review of similarities and differences between aviation and healthcare and the application to healthcare of lessons learned in aviation.
  6. Content Article
    Researchers have shown that people often miss the occurrence of an unexpected yet salient event if they are engaged in a different task, a phenomenon known as inattentional blindness. However, demonstrations of inattentional blindness have typically involved naive observers engaged in an unfamiliar task. What about expert searchers who have spent years honing their ability to detect small abnormalities in specific types of images? In this research paper published in Physiological Science, Wolfe et al. asked 24 radiologists to perform a familiar lung-nodule detection task. A gorilla, 48 times the size of the average nodule, was inserted in the last case that was presented. Eighty-three percent of the radiologists did not see the gorilla. Eye tracking revealed that the majority of those who missed the gorilla looked directly at its location. Thus, even expert searchers, operating in their domain of expertise, are vulnerable to inattentional blindness.
  7. Content Article
    "It’s time to halt, take a break, and redraw the relationship between patient care and self-care. Self-care isn’t an optional luxury. It must sit at the heart of what we do, to ensure our teams can continue to rise to the challenges of working in the 21st century NHS, to give our patients the best of both ourselves, and the organisation so many of us are proud to be a part of."
  8. Content Article
    Despite dealing with biomedical practices, infection prevention and control (IPC) is essentially a behavioural science. Human behaviour is influenced by various factors, including culture. This paper by M.A. Borg, published in the Journal of Hospital Infection, analyses the cultural determinants of infection control behaviour.
  9. Content Article
    This website gives up to date, rolling information about the ongoing viral crisis.
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