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Ergonomics & Human Factors 2018
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Provisional Programme - subject to minor timetable amendment and confirmation on exact availability of keynote speakers
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Monday 23 April 2018
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09:15Welcome address
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09:30Keynote: Commodore David Bartlett, Royal Navy in Westminster 1 (Chair: Claire Dickinson)
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10:30Break in the Pavilion
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ChairsIan RandleBob Bridger
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SessionEstablishing human factors in new domainsEducation & trainingLife in the Smart AgeWhat works and doesn't work in practiceDoctoral Consortium
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)PavilionTerrace (cabaret)Colonial (cabaret)
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11:00Paper presentation 93
Breaking bad systems: using work domain analysis to identify strategies for disrupting terrorist cells. Paul Salmon, University of the Sunshine Coast
Professional competencies and CPD. CIEHFVirtual reality demonstrationsPaper presentation 54
The NHS health check for developing HFE competencies. Helen Vosper, Robert Gordon University
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11:30Paper presentation 75
The usability of F1 driving interfaces. James Brown, University of Southampton
Virtual reality demonstrationsPaper presentation 88
Systems approach to analysing suicide incidents in community-based mental healthcare. Nye Canham, Loughborough University
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12:00Institute Lecture: Interactive team cognition: making teams work , Nancy Cooke, Arizona State University in Wesminster 1 (Chair: Claire Dickinson)
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13:00Lunch in the Pavilion
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ChairsClaire Dickinson
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SessionCross-sector learningWhat works and doesn't work in practiceLife in the Smart AgeWhat works and doesn't work in practiceDoctoral Consortium
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)PavilionTerrace (cabaret)Colonial (cabaret)
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14:00Discussion 94
Cognitive (Systems) Engineering (CSE): opportunities for education, training & continuing professional development. Rob Hutton, Trimetis Ltd
Workshop 16
Response rates to questionnaire surveys: understanding and dealing with bias. Robert Bridger, Institute of Naval Medicine
Virtual reality demonstrationsPaper 53 Beyond User-Centred Design. Crowdsourcing with Serious Games for Design, Ed Oates, Cranfield University
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14:30Paper 10 Do our complex systems meet requirements? An example from naval ergonomics, Mike Tainsh, BAE Systems
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15:00Paper 41 Taking a ‘7 E’s’ approach to road safety in the UK and beyond, Katherine Plant, University of Southampton
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15:30Break in the Pavilion
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ChairsPaul SalmonRob Hutton
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SessionLife in the Smart AgeLife in the Smart AgeWhat works and doesn't work in practiceDoctoral Consortium
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)PavilionTerrace (cabaret)Colonial (cabaret)
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16:00Paper presentation 14
Inception, ideation and implementation; developing interfaces to improve drivers’ fuel efficiency. Craig Allison, University of Southampton
Paper presentation 49
Encouraging eco-driving: the case for accelerator–based haptic information. Rich McIlroy, University of Southampton
Virtual reality demonstrationsPaper presentation 5
Social network analysis in submarine command and control. Neville Stanton, University of Southampton
Paper presentation 43
Temporal investigation of information transition in submarine command teams. Aaron Roberts, University of Southampton
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16:45Awards, Westminster 1
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17:45CIEHF Annual General Meeting (ends 18:30), Westminster 1
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19:45Social event, Westminster 1
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Tuesday 24 April 2018
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9:30Keynote: The new human performance safety theory, Todd Conklin, Los Alamos National Laboratory in Westminster 1 (Chair: Neil Mansfield)
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10:30Break in the Pavilion
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ChairsClaire WilliamsFrances IvesIan Randle
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SessionLife in the Smart AgeCross-sector learningVigilance & fatigueCross-sector learning
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)Terrace (theatre)Colonial (cabaret)
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11:00Paper presentation 79
“That was scary…” exploring driver-autonomous vehicle interaction using the Perceptual Cycle Model. Kirsten Revell, University of Southampton
Paper presentation 27
Non-technical skills: the foundation for a fair safety culture. Paul Davison, PPWD Consulting Ltd
Paper presentation 52
Fatal tram accident at Croydon – human factors investigation. Mark Young, Rail Accident Investigation Branch
Discussion 62
Should pharmaceutical independent investigation be based on learned review? Brian Edwards, NDA Regulatory Science Ltd
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11:30Paper presentation 36
Handover assist trials in highly automated vehicles: participant recommendations for future design. Jediah Clark, University of Southampton
Paper presentation 86
Can the NHS learn about human factors from the Ministry of Defence? Giulia Miles, Trent Simulation & Clinical Skills Centre, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
Paper presentation 39
Evolution of the PARRC model of driver distraction: methodologies, findings and recommendations. Katie Parnell, University of Southampton
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12:00Donald Broadbent Lecture: HF in the railway industry, past, present and future, Ann Mills, RSSB (Chair: Neil Mansfield)
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13:00Lunch in the Pavilion
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ChairsNatalie ShorttElla-Mae Hubbard
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SessionWhat works and doesn't work in practiceLife in the Smart AgeBehaviour changeCross-sector learning
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)Terrace (theatre)Colonial (cabaret)
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14:00Discussion 6
Are current risk assessment methods within industry adequately tailored to human factors requirements? Natalie Shortt, Medical Device Usability
Workshop 70
Human factors & intelligent mobility. Claire Williams, Atkins
Paper presentation 21
Developing a leadership behaviours programme. Nigel Heaton, Human Applications
Workshop 83
CheckMate: a framework for optimising human-based checking. Robert Sides, Greenstreet Berman Ltd
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14:30Paper presentation 26
Leading behaviours in Highways England. Claire Philp, Human Applications
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15:00Paper presentation 71
Can we enhance transfusion incident reporters’ awareness of human and organisational factors? Alison Watt, Loughborough Design School
Paper presentation 90
“Taxiing down the runway with half a bolt hanging out the bottom”: affective influences on decision making in general aviation maintenance engineers. Anjum Naweed, Central Queensland University
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15:30Break in the Pavilion
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16:00Just a Minute poster presentations in Westminster 1
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16:30Poster viewing with drinks in the Pavilion
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19:00Drinks reception in the Terrace
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19:30Annual dinner in Westminster 1
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Wednesday 25 April 2018
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ChairsNigel HeatonMark Young
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SessionPhysiological measuresWhat works and doesn't work in practiceLife in the Smart AgeWhat works and doesn't work in practice
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)Terrace (cabaret)Colonial (cabaret)
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9:30Paper presentation 56
The effect of ladder climbing on forearm function. Arthur Stewart, Robert Gordon University
Discussion 57
Adjusting the stance of EHF specialists to address future challenges. Murray Sinclair, Loughborough University
Paper presentation 91
Introducing contactless technology into the financial self-service environment. Elina Jokisuu, NCR
Discussion 73
The new MHRA guidance on human factors and usability engineering, any new insights for professionals working in medical device development? Philip Lance, CIEHF Pharmaceutical Human Factors SIG
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10:00Paper presentation 37
A preliminary investigation towards the development of an emotion-aware partner agent for training control. Federico Colecchia, Brunel University
Paper presentation 32
Evaluating the use of tactile navigation for motorcycle taxis and couriers. Chris Baber, University of Birmingham
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Discussion 89 Are we nearly ALARP yet? When enough is enough. Ben McCaulder, Greenstreet Berman Ltd
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10:30Paper presentation 45
Drawing in time: time-series analysis and human action. Chris Baber, University of Birmingham
Paper presentation 38
Modelling user interactions in the Internet of Things. J Waldo Cervantes-Solis, University of Birmingham
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11:00Break in the Pavilion
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ChairsBen McCaulder
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SessionVigilance & fatigueEstablishing human factors in new domainsLife in the Smart AgeEducation & training
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RoomWestminster 1 (theatre)Westminster 2 (cabaret)Terrace (cabaret)Colonial (cabaret)
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11:30Paper presentation 64
Exploring workload and performance through the use of visual analytics. Joanne Kitchin, University of Birmingham
Workshop 59
Pharmaceutical human factors SIG: translating ideas and evidence into actions and reality. Brian Edwards, NDA Regulatory Science Ltd
Workshop 66
What value could virtual reality and augmented reality have on human factors research and design? Ellie Wooldridge, Transport Systems Catapult
Chair: Claire Dickinson. Ergonomics and creativity - Firenze 2018 and beyond. FEES/IEA
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12:00Paper presentation 42
Training to prevent and manage fatigue in the rail industry. Andrew Smith, Cardiff University
Professional competencies and CPD. CIEHF
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12:30Discussion 33 Could the fourth industrial revolution be the first industrial airvolution to finally eradicate all human factors pilot error in CFIT and loss of control aviation disasters? Donough Wilson, VIVID/futureVision, Coventry University Technocentre
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13:00Lunch in the Pavilion
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14:00Keynote: Graham Braithwaite, Cranfield University in Westminster 1 (Chair: Neil Mansfield)
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15:00Closing address
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