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Episodes

Dec. 20, 2021

Review of 2021 - With Jo Polson

We look back not only at 2021, but at all the podcasts to date and pick our favourites, as well as look at the other statistics such a location and popularity.

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Dec. 6, 2021

CPD in 2021 - An Interview with Fiona Cayzer

CPD deadlines are looming for 2021 and Dr. Fiona Cayzer gives us some insights into what we should be doing by the end of December. We also learn about what the Professional Affairs Board does in the CIEHF as well …

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Nov. 28, 2021

What goes on under the bonnet of an Ergonomics Conference?

An interview with Dr. Nora Balfe, and Dr David Golightly, the co-Chairs of the Conference Proceedings about what goes on in the background of organising the Ergonomics Conference and what 2022 is shaping up like.

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Nov. 22, 2021

Public Spaces and Aging Populations - An interview with Prof Charles …

An interview with Professor Charles Musselwhite about his research into the design if public spaces and how we need to be thinking about the aging population. Not only embracing the fact that we all age, but that we should al...

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Nov. 8, 2021

Conscious Design - An Interview with Ian Peterman

Ian Peterman is the Autor of a new book, Conscious Design which has just launched. Conscious design is a philosophy Ian uses within his team, to create brands and products that restore and sustain our planet. This interview t...

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Nov. 1, 2021

When Podcasts Collide: Human Factors Cast. An interview with Nick Ro…

Nick Roome is the creator and main host of Human Factors Cast, a weekly Human Factors podcast that looks at current news and events in the HF domain. In this interview he explains how the podcast came to being, how …

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Oct. 25, 2021

Pushing the boundaries of Human Factors - An interview with Professor…

Paul Salmon is Professor in Human Factors and is the director of the Centre for Human Factors and Sociotechnical Systems at the University of the Sunshine Coast.In this interview he talks about how his interest in HF was sparked by …

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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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Aug. 23, 2021

Just Culture – An interview with James Hayton

Culture is something that influences everything we do, so having the right culture can really make or break a business. in this episode, Barry interview James Hayton, the Human Factors and Safety Culture lead at Baines Simmons Ltd (https://www.bainessimmons.com/). The …

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April 11, 2021

Users and Government Digital Strategy – an Interview with Lee Waters …

To have a successful user experience takes more than just a good user interface, it needs to have the user centred approach at the core of the product and the business. In this episode I talk to Lee Waters MS, …

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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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Feb. 14, 2021

Virtual Humans – Should we be concerned? An interview with David Bur…

From engaging with "Commander Data" as a colleague, to future aggressors being machines like the Terminator, the Borg or Hal, the idea that computers will become more like humans and engage with us more naturally that a keyboard and mouse …

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Feb. 1, 2021

Continuing Professional Development in 2021 with Martin Thody

2020 certainly delivered its own curveball challenges on many working fronts and trying to do Continuing Professional Development (CPD) from the bedroom or kitchen table was certainly "interesting". In this podcast, I am joined by Martin Thody, who is the …

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Oct. 5, 2020

Air! with Prof Paul Lewis and Jo Polson

We breathe it every day and are very aware of the larger issues of air pollution and the future effect on humanity. But what about the day to day, what does it do to the performance of the human body …

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Sept. 21, 2020

HF Tools for Embedded displays – A discussion with Matt Jackson

When this was recorded, it was the 1st birthday of this podcast, so Happy Birthday to us. There are precious few HF tools that are made with the input of HF practitioners who use them, but VAPS has been the …

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Sept. 7, 2020

Human Factors in NASA -An insight into HF on the Orion Programme.

Human Factors is applied to many domains, but perhaps one of the most challenging is the Space environment due to the very nature that it is not of this world. That, coupled with a challenge of a new space race, …

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Aug. 24, 2020

AI and Digital Health SIG – An interview with Dr Mark Sujan

One of the areas where Human Factors is getting more traction is within the Healthcare sector. It is still a slow burner though with lots more work to be done, and this is getting more urgent as new technologies are …

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Aug. 3, 2020

Human Factors Trials – An interview with Vicki Wall FCIEHF

Many practitioners believe that working on Trials and Assessments, where equipment and systems that have been designed and developed are tested with users, are some of the most enjoyable parts of being involved in Human Factors. You get to see …

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July 5, 2020

CIEHF Defence Sector Group – An interview with Co-Chair Steve Harmer …

Steve Harmer is the Human Factors capability lead for BMT Defence and Security. He was the winner of the "H Rowbotham Award for Outstanding Contribution to HFI" in 2015, and possibly his most rewarding role was being Barry's first line …

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