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Human Capabilities And Limitations (CIEHF Competence 3) Episodes

Understands the theoretical and practice bases for E/HF relating to physical capabilities and limitations.
Understands the theoretical and practice bases for E/HF relating to psychological and social capabilities and limitations.
April 4, 2022

The Burning Issue - An Interview with Nick Rutter from Fire Angel

Humans are currently blamed for the majority of damaging dwelling fires. An underlying reason behind that is a lack of knowledge of how people behave when waking up bleary eyed to a smoke or fire alarm. Nick Rutter,

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March 8, 2022

Human Factors in Healthcare - An Interview with Tony Andre

Tony Andre is the founder of Interface Analysis Associates and has decades of experience applying Human Factors in the healthcare setting. Additionally he also started the international symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare it 11 year...

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Oct. 11, 2021

Health, Fitness and Behaviour Change – an interview with Hec Salgado …

The modern trend of rushed lifestyles, fast food and fitness being for those who like to flex it in the gym could be drivers behind what some describe as a health epidemic.

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Sept. 20, 2021

Fatigue Risk Management – An interview with Sarah Booth

Our Performance can be hugely affected by the amount of Sleep that we get. Yet it is one of those subjects that can be difficult to engage with, never mind manage. In this episode, Sarah Booth, an expert in Fatigue …

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Aug. 30, 2021

Sensory Design, Wayfinding and #WorkshopOnACard – an Interview with …

In a Bank Holiday Special, Barry caught up with Alastair Somerville, a Sensory Design Consultant who injects a much broader vision on UX by asking the question of "what are people capable of" rather than what they are not. Alastair …

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March 1, 2021

Design for Everybody – An interview with CIEHF President -Amanda Widd…

Being the CIEHF president is no mean undertaking, its a three year commitment, being the face of the Institute and representing members at different meetings and other organisations. But this year has been even more challenging because of the Pandemic. …

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May 7, 2020

Farming PPE – Inspiring future collaboration

This podcast is more of a case study, looking at the phenomenon that is the "Frontline 3D Farms" where Rob Venus and Dr Dimitris Pletsas reacted to the drastic need for PPE to make it to the NHS Frontline. In …

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April 16, 2020

Using Cyber in Covid-19 Lockdown – a discussion with Amanda Kirby

Amanda Kirby is a systems engineer and the research director of K Sharp. Whilst somewhat of a captive interviewee, she details her career path, and what drove her to engage in a traditionally male dominated workspace. We then discuss how …

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Feb. 18, 2020

Automation and Human Factors – An interview with Dr Malcolm Cook

This episode looks at the evolution of Automation and in particular some of the things we should be considering from the Human Factors Viewpoint. Dr Malcolm Cook joined me during his lunch-break to explore the perils and potential of Autonomy. …

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