REA-NDM-FONCSI 2021: REA-NDM-FONCSI JOINT INITIATIVE - BOUNCING FORWARD FROM GLOBAL CRISES AND CHALLENGES
PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23RD
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09:30-10:45 Session 22: Signs of an “end of a cycle” in current safety management strategies

There are signs that we are reaching the “end of a cycle” incurrent safety management strategies.

What are the new challenges?

What needs to change?

Location: ICSI-FONCSI
09:30
Introduction to the day’s program
09:45
Round table
PRESENTER: Jean Pariès

ABSTRACT. There are signs that we are reaching the “end of a cycle” in current safety management strategies. What are the new challenges? What needs to change?

11:00-12:00 Session 23: What are the alternative approaches ? Views from Naturalistic Decision Making and Resilience Engineering
Location: ICSI-FONCSI
11:00
Alternative approaches: HRO, resilience engineering (RE), Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM), Safety 1-Safety 2…
11:20
The contributions of Naturalistic Decision Making
11:30
Resilience: “The marvelous resilience of bones”
11:45
Summary of the morning session
12:00-13:30Lunch Break (Toulouse)
13:30-15:00 Session 24: Changes to industrial strategies for a new form of safety management

Changes to industrial strategies for a new form of safety management. Are the alternatives credible? What are the concepts and practical tools?

 

Location: ICSI-FONCSI
13:30
Round table
PRESENTER: René Amalberti
14:30
Lessons from the Covid-19 crisis: what has changed and what will remain the same
PRESENTER: Dounia Tazi
15:15-16:45 Session 25: Resistance to change

Resistance to change: the social acceptability of acknowledging that not everything can be predicted, the lack of total control.

 

Location: ICSI-FONCSI
15:15
Roundup of the day's discussion
15:30
Where do we go from here?
15:45
Round table
PRESENTER: Benoit Journé
17:00-21:00 Session 26: Naturalistic Decision Making Tools

facilitated by USA

Lightning talks and fish bowl discussion

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Location: ICSI-FONCSI
17:00
Workshop: Use of Tactical Decision Games in Decision-Making Training in the Military and Law Enforcement

ABSTRACT. Topic: Tactical decision making in the military and law enforcement. Method: Tactical decision game (TDG) workshops. Participants will participate in an interactive, online TDG to exercise decision making under naturalistic conditions. Students will be presented a scenario requiring a decision. Each scenario consists of an oral description and a diagram. Students will be required to come up with a decision in the form of the orders they would issue to subordinates and will then participate in a guided cognitive critique of the decisions. The session will conclude with a discussion of the methodology. We propose to run at least one military session and one law enforcement session. Time limit: 90 minutes each. Participant limit: 20.

17:45
Workshop: Designing for Human-Machine Teaming – Beyond the Buzz
PRESENTER: Cindy Dominguez

ABSTRACT. Do you want to develop autonomous or AI systems that partner with humans by expanding user thinking, providing backup when needed, and being able to explain what and how the technology is doing? In this hands-on interactive workshop, facilitators will cut through the jargon and hype to provide actionable guidance and methods for developing autonomy, automation, and AI that partner effectively with humans. Facilitators will unpack the Human-Machine Teaming (HMT) Framework, which provides a language for discussing HMT and the eight themes for designing and developing HMT. Participants will practice a set of methods for eliciting HMT needs and designing interfaces and interactions with emerging autonomy, AI, and automation-based systems. They will learn how to develop and apply HMT design guidance to a specific system or application. The workshop will be highly interactive with lively discussions and exercises to practice HMT methods in context.

18:30
Health Care Cue-Detection Exercise
PRESENTER: Joseph Borders

ABSTRACT. A Cue-Detect ShadowBox exercise. Participants will participate in an interactive, online video exercise to train critical cue-detection skills in a cardiac care scenario. Participants will watch a training scenario video together to detect critical cues in patient condition and medical team performance. After making their own observations, participants will then be exposed to the cues that a panel of expert nurses were able to detect in the same video. Through a guided discussion, participants will then reflect what they gained from being exposed to the expert insights. The session will conclude with a discussion of the methodology and the results of a study conducted at the University of Texas at Arlington’s School of Nursing and Health Innovation. Time limit: 60 minutes. Participant limit: 30.

19:15
Panel: What Good Are Models?
PRESENTER: Laura Militello

ABSTRACT. In this session, a panel of experts will explore the question, "What can we do with models of decision making?" Experts will discuss how they have applied naturalistic decision making models in research and practice, with a focus on use of models in healthcare. Experts will share how they have adapted theoretical models to practical purposes, such as using models to guide the design of data collection methods, understanding real-time work in dynamic and critical settings, as a lens through which to view and understand patient safety events, and to guide the design of training.