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© SEIPS 3.0 Model: Sociotechnical Systems Approach to Patient Journey and Patient Safety Carayon Wetterneck et al 2014
SEIPS 3.0 Model: Sociotechnical Systems Approach to Patient Journey and Patient Safety Carayon Wetterneck et al 2014

OxSTaR has been commissioned by the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to deliver Virtual ½ Day Human Factors courses for all staff. This will align with the new National Patient Safety Syllabus. All courses are fully funded & will take place virtually for up to 100 staff per course.

To navigate to the courses please click on the link below & scroll to the bottom of the booking page, select the course you would like to attend, add to basket, then proceed to the checkout, you will be prompted to either register as a new user or log in if you have an account. Up to 5 staff members can be booked in one transaction.


Please use your OUH login when booking as further correspondence (MS teams link, agenda and calendar invitation) will be sent to your OUH email address.


Wednesday 17th April 2024- 09:00-13:00

Friday 3rd May 2024- 09:00-13:00

Thursday 30th May 2024- 09:00-13:00

3 CPD credits have been awarded by the Royal College of Anaesthetists 

This 1/2 day masterclass is suitable for clinical or non-clinical staff and aims to provide an introduction to the fundamentals of human factors in healthcare. The course allows individuals to use basic human factors methods to understand their workplace and make improvements.

Learning Objectives

  • Gain an appreciation of human factors principles
  • Provide a model of human factors to use in the real world
  • Provide examples of human factors methods

Course content

  • Definition of human factors
  • SEIPS Model
  • Examples & discussion of each SEIPs work element
  • Group activity for SEIPs work element using human factors methods

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