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Michael Bates interviews Gordon Dupont about the creation of the "Dirty Dozen" the 12 main reasons behind why human error occurs.

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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/259
Recorded live on September 22nd, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome with Barry Kirby.

The Metaverse Needs Standards, Too
https://spectrum.ieee.org/metaverse-standards-forum
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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/258
Recorded live on September 8th, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome with Barry Kirby.

Study Finds That Buttons in Cars Are Safer and Quicker to Use Than Touchscreens
https://futurism.com/the-byte/study-finds-that-buttons-in-cars-are-safer-and-quicker-to-u…

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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/257
Recorded live on September 1st, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome & Barry Kirby.

We may never fully know how video games affect our well-being
https://www.technologyreview.com/2022/08/20/1058328/we-may-never-fully-know-how-video-games-affect-our-well-be…

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Suzy Broadbent is a Fellow of the CIEHF with twenty years experience working in Human Factors across defence, rail and now healthcare domains. She gave the Institute Lecture at EHF2022. This discussion looks back at her career and then dives into how we apply Human Factors methods with pragmatism…

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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/256
Recorded live on August 25th, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome & Barry Kirby.

The World Population Is Going to Hit 8 Billion Any Day Now
https://futurism.com/the-byte/world-population-almost-eight-billion
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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/255
Recorded live on August 18th, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome & Barry Kirby.

A Surgery-Performing Robot Is Ready for Tests on the International Space Station
https://gizmodo.com/iss-surgery-robot-international-space-station-space-1849365142
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We all have our "go to" reference book: but how do you go about writing and publishing such a thing? Past President of the CIEHF, Robert Bridger, gives us an insight into the art of writing, publishing and updating Human Factors books.

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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/254
Recorded live on August 11th, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome & Barry Kirby.

HRH Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Announces Designs for THE LINE, The City of the Future in Neom
https://www.neom.com/en-us/newsroom/hrh-announces-theline-designs
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Episode Link:https://www.humanfactorscast.media/253
Recorded live on August 4th, 2022, hosted by Nick Roome & Barry Kirby.

How to categorize conversational interfaces
https://uxdesign.cc/how-to-categorize-the-different-conversational-interfaces-98c589a9d0
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Iarnród Éireann, or Irish Rail, has its own share of Human Factors Challenges, and the person with the challenge of ensuring HF is kept up to standard is Nora Balfe. In this episode, Nora gives us an insight into the breadth and depth of her role and some of the issues she has to deal with.

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David Golightly is a lecturer at Newcastle University and works in the field of cognitive ergonomics, understanding the factors that make technology and systems fit for the intended user's needs and cognitive abilities. In this episode he talks with Barry about the broad range of work he has been i…

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Over the past decade or so, the Royal Air Force has been going through a cultural evolution. In this episode, Ian and Avril give us an insight into how the implementation of Human Factors and the attitudes to safety has evolved and the positive impact it has had on the organisation.

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Professor Peter Brennan is a NHS Consultant Surgeon in Portsmouth, specialising in head and neck cancer. Barry talks with him to see how he is driving Human Factors approaches from his perspective. To date, Peter has published over 700 publications including more than 80 on Human Factors and pati…

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Chris Reid is the Human Factors and Ergonomics Boeing Technical Fellow within the Environment, Health and Safety organization at Boeing. He is also the current President at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES). In this interview, he tells Barry how he fell into ergonomics, some of his …

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Barry talks to attendees and some of the key people behind the scenes about putting together EHF 2022 and what they thought of the result.

Fair warning, this is the first time ever that Barry has put together a multi-person interview/montage and also first time using a complex media editor (in thi…

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In this podcast, Barry interviews John Owen, Project Manager at Gelli Aur Farm, Coleg Sir Gar, where they teach agriculture students about using future technologies in farming, as well as providing cutting edge research utilising sensor technologies and IOT.

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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, the co-founder of Fire Angel talks to Barry about how they are combining smoke an…

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In this interview, the topic of musculoskeletal disorders are a leading cause of occupational ill health in the UK, accounting for 30% of all work-related ill health cases and 27% of lost working days. Affecting 14.9 million people nationally, and its costs the NHS over £5 billion per-year for trea…

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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 years ago and now it is the main event in the fiel…

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A domain that has always held an attraction is Agriculture, and even more so with the development of technology that is being utilised to enable fewer people on a farm to do a lot more. From GPS enabled tractors to the use of IOT technology to ensure the soil and water have exactly what is needed …

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Working from home has been a necessity throughout the pandemic, but now the idea of Hybrid Working is the "new normal". As we move from necessity to normal, we should also be moving from the dining room chair to something that is going to properly support us. Guy Osmond has been on that journey t…

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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 also talks about how his approach to delivering workshops, and giv…

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This episode is a "deep dive" into the Human Factors aspects of Diving (see what I did there....). In this episode, Gareth talks about how he has brought his knowledge of Human Factors into the arena of Diving.  In an industry that comprises a huge leisure and tourism sector as well as a military a…

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