Guidance to help design effective and usable work procedures for the NHS

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The Keil Centre is proud to have provided support to the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF) in the production of guidance to help design effective and usable work procedures for the NHS.

The purpose of the guidance is to provide health and social care teams with information and advice on the human-centred design of work procedures such as written instructions, checklists or flow charts during the COVID-19 crisis. Safer and clearer procedures help to avoid human error and aid efficient and rapid action.  The aim is to reduce risks to staff, patients, carers and others.

You can find the guidance here.

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