Adjusting to a Messy World: Donald Broadbent Lecture 2016

Just posted at http://www.HFEinPractice.wordpress.com. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Practice: Adjusting to a Messy World: Donald Broadbent Lecture 2016 with Claire Williams at CIEHF Ergonomics and Human Factors 2016.

Human Factors and Ergonomics in Practice

On 21 April 2016, we co-presented the Donald Broadbent lecture at Ergonomics and Human Factors 2016 (Daventry, UK) summarising some of the themes in ‘Human Factors and Ergonomics in Practice’. In this post, we summarise aspects of the book, slide by slide, with a grateful acknowledgement to every author who collaborated.


Slide 1 – Welcome

This lecture is about the messy world in which we live, and how this affects human factors and ergonomics in practice. The lecture material is derived from a book that we have edited called Ergonomics and Human Factors in Practice: Improving Performance and Wellbeing in the Real World.

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Slide 2 – How do practitioners really work?

We met about ten years ago, at this conference, when we were presenting papers on issues of practice. We had both been practitioners for about ten years at that time, and were beginning to realise HF/E professionals did not talk…

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About stevenshorrock

I am a systems ergonomist/human factors specialist and work psychologist with a background in practice and research in safety-critical industries. My main interest is human and system behaviour in the context of safety-related organisations. I seek to enable improvement via a combination of systems thinking, design thinking and humanistic thinking. I am a Chartered Ergonomist and Human Factors Specialist with the CIEHF and a Chartered Psychologist with the British Psychological Society. I currently work as a human factors and safety specialist in air traffic control in Europe. I am also Adjunct Associate Professor at University of the Sunshine Coast, Centre for Human Factors & Sociotechnical Systems. I blog in a personal capacity. Views expressed here are mine and not those of any affiliated organisation, unless stated otherwise. You can find me on twitter at @stevenshorrock
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