Presentations

Jeffcott S. Investigating WBIT Events in the Emergency Department: A human factors approach. Official Launch of the Wrong Blood In Tube Project, Victorian Managed Health Authority, Melbourne, Dec 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S, Steele C, Cameron P. et al. How Human Factors Contribute To 'Wrong Blood In Tube' (WBIT) Events in Emergency Departments. Australasian College for Emergency Medicine 27th Annual Scientific Meeting, Canberra, Nov 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. Key Findings and Feedback: Investigating the Human Factors behind Wrong Blood in Tube events in the Emergency Dept. Blood Matters Transfusion Nurse and Transfusion Trainer Forum, Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Melbourne, Nov 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. My experience conducting an FMEA: lessons learnt. Victorian Managed Insurance Authority Failure Modes and Effect Analysis in Healthcare 1-day Workshop. VMIA, Melbourne, Oct 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. Overview of the NHMRC Transfusion Research: Improving Outcomes Grant. Victorian Department of Health Blood Matters governance meeting, Department of Health Offices, Melbourne, Sept 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. Human Factors in Blood Collection. Transfusion Safety Seminar, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Sept 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. Errors of Omission: What are we missing when trying to keep our patients safe? Health Service Executive Forum, Victorian Deptartment of Health, Melbourne, Aug 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Phillips L. Transfusion Outcomes Research Collaborative: Who the Bloody Hell are TORC? Australian Red Cross Blood Service Research & Business Development Symposium, Melbourne, Victoria, May 2010.
Oral (Dr Louise Phillips)

Jeffcott S. Life after your PhD: Making human factors research work. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Australian Student Chapter, School of Psychology, University of Queensland, 8 April 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

Jeffcott S. How Human Factors Contribute to 'Wrong Blood in Tube' (WBIT) Events in Hospitals. 9th International Symposium of the Australian Aviation Psychology Association, Healthcare Human Factors Seminar, Sydney, April 2010.
Oral (Dr Shelly Jeffcott)

McQuilten Z. Neonatal alloimmune thrombocytopenia (NAIT) Registry. Pathology Update, Melbourne, Victoria, Feb 2010.
Oral (Dr Zoe McQuilten)


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