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Upcoming Webinar : Can regulations support resilient performance?

  • October 3, 2022
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This webinar is composed of two presentations. It will take place on 28th October, 2022 at UTC 12:00 to 13:30. Talk 1: The influence of regulations on resilient performance – multilevel healthcare research and cross sector learning. The first presenter will be Sina Øyri, a postdoctoral researcher at SHARE – Centre for Resilience in Healthcare, […]

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IEA Webinars in November 2022

  • October 2, 2022
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The IEA will offer three webinars next month: Tuesday 9th November: Systems Engineering on the Nordic Express. More information here. Register here. Monday 14th November: Train4Work (practical tool for non-experts). More information here. Register here. Monday 21st November: The European Machines Directive. More information here. Register here. Registration for the IEA webinars is free. They […]

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Obituaries

  • September 22, 2022
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The IEA community has been saddened to learn of the deaths of two leading researchers and visionary leaders in HFE over the last months. Former IEA President Illka Kurinka passed away on 9th July. Further information about his contributions and personal remembrances from colleagues can be found here. Richard Cook, well known for his work […]

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Upcoming HFE events

  • September 20, 2022
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As the Corona pandemic rules are being lifted, our federated societies are beginning to re-schedule congresses. Check the Events tab of this website to see what is happening. There is the Healthcare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety Congress in The Netherlands, the Humanising Work and the Work Environment congress in India, the annual congress of […]

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Getting down to Business

  • August 18, 2022
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A new guide aimed at helping industry leaders boost their organisations through adopting a human factors approach has been published  by the International Ergonomics Association and its federated member society, the Charted Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors of the United Kingdom. Giving Your Business the Human Factors Edge contains real-life examples of how the discipline […]

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Webinar Series on the Future of Work

  • August 18, 2022
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The goal of the Future of Work on-line webinar series is to bring you perspectives on the envisaged challenges arising from expected changes in the world of work for HFE from around the world. The first on-line webinar in this series aims to discuss the future of work from an Australasian viewpoint. The presenters recaped […]

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Advance notice: Webinar on Resilience Engineering

  • June 17, 2022
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The IEA – Resilience Engineering Technical Committee and the Resilience Engineering Association offer this webinar on leading research and development of practical applications in how to create resilience in complex systems. The event allows participants to learn from other domains seeking to engineer resilience into their systems such as healthcare, critical infrastructure, energy, critical digital […]

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IEA Webinar: Why you should consider sex/gender in your MSD prevention efforts

  • May 11, 2022
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This webinar of 90 minutes is offered jointly by the IEA Technical Committees on Musculoskeletal Disorders and Gender and Health on Thursday June 16th at 15:00 UTC. Four leading researchers in this area will summarise the research on why it is important to consider sex/gender in MSD prevention and discuss how it should be done. […]

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Congress news

  • April 30, 2022
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With many countries starting to ease Covid-19 restrictions, a number of federated societies have recommenced organising HFE congresses. Some offer online content and some of it is free. See the Events page on this website for details. Don’t forget to sign up to the IEA Newsbriefs (see below), LinkedIn, Facebook and/or Twitter to keep up […]

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News from the IEA officers – Update on activities

  • April 25, 2022
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The Executive Committee of the IEA is currently busy finalising strategic plans for our three-year term from 2021 to 2024. We are using a method developed by a previous president, Yushi Fujita, and Andrew Todd, chair of Strategic Development and Implementation. We call it the P2DT, but it is a participatory planning and development tool […]

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