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Dr. Eva Doherty, DClinPsych, RegClinPsychol (AFPsSI), CPsychol (AFBPsS).
Eva is a practising clinical psychologist who is also Director of the Human Factors and Patient Safety (HFPS) training, research and assessment programme at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). The HFPS training is a mandatory component of the postgraduate professional training programme for surgical, emergency medicine and ophthalmology trainees. Trainees attend for three days training each year in groups of 20/25. Eva initiated and currently leads and supervises trainees who opt to study for the Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Human Factors and Patient Safety at RCSI which is in addition to their mandatory HFPS training. The HFPS training programme provides day seminars for trainees and more recently for consultants on topics which include medical error, risk management, communication, teamwork, conflict resolution, decision-making, disclosure, emotional intelligence, crisis management, stress management, professionalism and leadership.
Emergency robotic undocking simulation
Mr Colin Peirce M.D., FRCSI.(Robotic Surgery)
General and Colorectal Surgeon
University Hospital Limerick