The Foundation Curriculum 2012 contains the following core competencies:
> Behaviour in the workplace
> Time management
> Communication with patients
> Communication in difficult circumstances > Risks of fatigue, ill health and stress
> Interface with other professionals
Human factors are all about professionalism and how humans relate to the world around them. Those who attend our human factors programme gain an understanding of human factors and the practical skills that ensure they achieve the above competencies. In addition they gain skills that will improve patient safety, operational performance and job satisfaction. As a result
TUTORS WILL SEE:
• junior doctors who are more aware of the cognitive, physiological and emotional limitations of themselves, their colleagues and patients.
JUNIOR DOCTORS WILL OBTAIN
• an insight into their own performance and some practical tools to keep patients safer.
• an understanding of concepts that will form a major part of everyday safe efficient practice
COLLEAGUES WILL SEE:
• a new generation of doctors with increased self-awareness and insight of themselves, in particular what makes highly reliable, resilient, safe practitioners.
• people who are great team players
• someone who can deal effectively with interruptions and distractions
• an effective communicator
The programme can be tailored to your specific needs but is based around three modules with engaging and relevant clinical content and scenarios.