CARe is hiring an experienced game developer for a September-October 2016 contract.
The successful candidate will help us translate our research findings into a scenario-based game for people who work with patients, like nurses and doctors.
Please see the Job Posting for details.
Send your completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15, 2016.
After an inspiring research placement with colleagues from the CARe team in April 2016, Rachel Jennings, a second year BSc Adult Nursing student has been invited to spend two weeks in July at the University of Melbourne & Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre working alongside Professor Mei Krishnasamy. Rachel commented:
‘‘I will be further exploring the role of an academic in a clinical centre, and look forward to the learning opportunities that this experience of a new environment will bring.’’
We wish Rachel the very best of luck for her upcoming research placement in Australia and also for the rest of her undergraduate studies.
CARe welcomes Jennifer Jackson to the team!
Jennifer is a Registered Nurse, with a clinical practice background in critical care, and a research interest in nursing resilience in the context of an organization. As a master’s student at Athabasca University, Jennifer studied the process of resilience for critical care nurses. She is expanding this work at King’s College London, as an international post graduate researcher at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery.
Jennifer is also a leader in nursing education and communications. She spearheaded the launch of several social media programs in Canada, including the Canadian Nurses Foundation’s Nursing Week campaigns. Jennifer connects technology and health care, improving nursing education and patient safety. Her passions include social justice, advocacy, resilience, and caring for the caregiver.
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CARe welcomes Matthew Alders to the team!
Matthew Alders is a PhD research student at the Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery (FNFNM). Matthew’s research project with CARe is concerned with defining and measuring resilience in healthcare settings.
Before starting his postgraduate studies Matthew successfully completed a BSc in Adult Nursing at FNFNM. Since qualifying he has worked as a Staff Nurse on the Acute Assessment Unit at the Royal London Hospital. Matthew also has a BA in Philosophy from the University of Warwick.
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We are pleased to announce a course for researchers and health professionals who want to learn how to apply resilience engineering concepts to improve care quality and safety. Organised by us!
Book your place here: http://resiliencecentre.org.uk/masterclass
For further information please email: email@example.com
Our current working model of organisational resilience allows us to identify the key theoretical concepts that we are interested in and the relationships between them so that we can investigate them empirically. Please see our fact sheet
Erik Hollnagel and the CARe team will be presenting an ASPiH pre-conference course on Simulation training for resilient healthcare. This will take place on 11th November 2014 in Nottingham. Please see the ASPiH2014 conference brochure for further details or the ASPiH Website.
Al Ross was invited to the Royal College of Anaesthetists on 16th July, where he spoke on the psychological basis for Safety II, and resilience-based approaches to safety.
The CARe team will be presenting a session at the Resilient Health Care Network (RHCN) Meeting in Middelfart, Denmark. Our session will take place at 1300-1430 on 13th August. We look forward to continuing our engagement with people who are interested in applying Resilience Engineering to healthcare.
The CARe team are delighted to be attending the Clinical Human Factors Open Seminar on Wednesday 25th June at Loughborough University. The event will focus on the challenges of embedding the National Quality Board Concordat, and we are interested in its implication at Board level but also at individual levels within healthcare settings
For more information, including a draft programme and registration, please see: