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Author: Erik Hollnagel,Jeffrey Braithwaite
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (August 28, 2013)
Language: English
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Автор: Hollnagel, Professor Erik Название: Resilience engineering perspectives ISBN: 0754675203 ISBN-13 . Описание: This is the fifth book published within the Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering series. The first volume introduced resilience engineering broadly.

Описание: Explores public policy and organizational aspects of resilience and how they aid or inhibit preparation and restoration.

Ashgate Studies in Resilience Engineering. Resilience engineering provides that capacity because its focus is on a system's overall ability to sustain required operations under both expected and unexpected conditions rather than on individual features or qualities. Resilience engineering's unique approach emphasises the usefulness of performance variability, and that successes and failures have the same aetiology.

This book contains contributions from international experts in health care, organisational studies and patient safety, as well as resilience engineering. Series: Ashgate studies in resilience engineering. File: PDF, . 2 MB. Читать онлайн. Whereas current safety approaches primarily aim to reduce the number of things that go wrong, Resilient Health Care aims to increase.

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Erik Hollnagel of University of Southern Denmark, Odense (SDU) Read 330 publications Contact Erik Hollnagel. Resilience Engineering has become popular in health care as a new approach for improving patient safety. However, to date there is no agreed syllabus for this subject View. FRAM AHP approach to analyse offshore oil well drilling and construction focused on human factors.

Catalog of books, journals, and audiovisuals at the National Library of Medicine. Ashgate studies in resilience engineering. Country of Publication: England. Publisher: Farnham, Surrey, England : Ashgate,. Description: xxvi, 270 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.

Health care is everywhere under tremendous pressure with regard to efficiency, safety, and economic viability - to say nothing of having to meet various political agendas - and has responded by eagerly adopting techniques that have been useful in other industries, such as quality management, lean production, and high reliability. This has on the whole been met with limited success because health care as a non-trivial and multifaceted system differs significantly from most traditional industries. In order to allow health care systems to perform as expected and required, it is necessary to have concepts and methods that are able to cope with this complexity. Resilience engineering provides that capacity because its focus is on a system’s overall ability to sustain required operations under both expected and unexpected conditions rather than on individual features or qualities. Resilience engineering’s unique approach emphasises the usefulness of performance variability, and that successes and failures have the same aetiology. This book contains contributions from acknowledged international experts in health care, organisational studies and patient safety, as well as resilience engineering. Whereas current safety approaches primarily aim to reduce or eliminate the number of things that go wrong, Resilient Health Care aims to increase and improve the number of things that go right. Just as the WHO argues that health is more than the absence of illness, so does Resilient Health Care argue that safety is more than the absence of risk and accidents. This can be achieved by making use of the concrete experiences of resilience engineering, both conceptually (ways of thinking) and practically (ways of acting).
Comments: (3)
Ndav
As a longtime patient safety practitioner, I'm disillusioned with the lack of safety science evidenced by the patient safety movement.
This book is easily the best writing on applied safety science that has been published to date.

Thought provoking, cautionary and a clear explanation of the lack of progress in fixing a system that arguably kills 200,000 people a year while trying to treat them.

If you want to understand the state of healthcare from a safety perspective, read this book.
Zeks Horde
The book did not meet my expectations, not because of the contents, but of the condition in which it arrived. The book was advertised as good as new, but it turned out be that it was heavily underlined with a pen up to chapter six. It was also relatively expensive, with a modest price difference from the copy that could be bought from the publisher Ashgate. The fact that I could have the book soon, made me decide to buy this copy on the Internet. I kept the book because I needed for my work. Booksellers should be upfront about the conditions their books. In this case a partial reimbursement of the costs would appropriate.
BlessСhild
Disclaimer: I am not widely read in the 3 key areas - systems, continuous quality improvement, and what I link together: human error, safety and resilience.

The book is a collection of articles. Some are more research data-based. Others are more speculative because we don't have the knowledge. Thinking about these issue is critical. The source of actual examples is not always clear. A national health care system such as Britain's versus America's market/regulatory and media-driven hodgepodge (think the 2014 Ebola panic) do make a difference.

Important concepts: Safety I and Safety II. Work as imagined versus work as done. Process versus outcomes. Resilience versus quality improvement. Resilient versus brittle organizations. The problems and opportunities in complex adaptive systems. As seems inevitable, systems thinking is not a topic. Are Jay Forester and systems folks right - we cannot understand and describe complex systems?

I think two good counterpoints are Spath, P. "Error Reduction in Health Care" (2012), and Reason, J. "The Human Contribution" (2008).