Dr Jonathan Back
Dr Jonathan Back
Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch
Verified email at hsib.org.uk
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A resilience markers framework for small teams
D Furniss, J Back, A Blandford, M Hildebrandt, H Broberg
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 96 (1), 2-10, 2011
1172011
Recovering from an interruption: Investigating speed− accuracy trade-offs in task resumption behavior.
DP Brumby, AL Cox, J Back, SJJ Gould
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 19 (2), 95-107, 2013
992013
Implementing resilience engineering for healthcare quality improvement using the CARE model: a feasibility study protocol
JE Anderson, AJ Ross, J Back, M Duncan, P Snell, K Walsh, P Jaye
Pilot and feasibility studies 2 (1), 1-9, 2016
532016
A model of cognitive load for IR: implications for user relevance feedback interaction
J Back, C Oppenheim
Information Research 6 (2), 6-2, 2001
532001
Verification-guided modelling of salience and cognitive load
R Rukšėnas, J Back, P Curzon, A Blandford
Formal Aspects of Computing 21 (6), 541-569, 2009
442009
Resilience markers for safer systems and organisations
J Back, D Furniss, M Hildebrandt, A Blandford
Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security, 99-112, 2008
362008
Formal modelling of salience and cognitive load
R Rukšėnas, J Back, P Curzon, A Blandford
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 208, 57-75, 2008
352008
Formal modelling of cognitive interpretation
R Rukšėnas, P Curzon, J Back, A Blandford
Interactive systems. Design, specification, and verification, 123-136, 2007
322007
Emergency department escalation in theory and practice: a mixed-methods study using a model of organizational resilience
J Back, AJ Ross, MD Duncan, P Jaye, K Henderson, JE Anderson
Annals of emergency medicine 70 (5), 659-671, 2017
312017
Locked-out: investigating the effectiveness of system lockouts to reduce errors in routine tasks
J Back, DP Brumby, AL Cox
CHI'10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3775-3780, 2010
312010
Questioning, exploring, narrating and playing in the control room to maintain system safety
P Smith, A Blandford, J Back
Cognition, Technology & Work 11 (4), 279-291, 2009
282009
Does being motivated to avoid procedural errors influence their systematicity?
J Back, WL Cheng, R Dann, P Curzon, A Blandford
People and Computers XX—Engage, 151-157, 2007
282007
Unwritten Rules for Safety and Performance in an Oncology Day Care Unit: Testing the Resilience Markers Framework
D Furniss, J Back
Presented at Fourth Symposium on Resilience Engineering, 2011
222011
Cognitive Resilience: Can we use Twitter to make strategies more tangible?
D Furniss, J Back, A Blandford
Proceedings of the 30th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, 96-99, 2012
212012
Combining human error verification and timing analysis: a case study on an infusion pump
R Rukšėnas, P Curzon, A Blandford, J Back
Formal Aspects of Computing 26 (5), 1033-1076, 2014
192014
Choosing to interleave: human error and information access cost
J Back, A Cox, D Brumby
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
192012
Slip errors and cue salience
J Back, A Blandford, P Curzon
Proceedings of the 14th European conference on Cognitive ergonomics: invent …, 2007
172007
Video games as research instruments
EH Calvillo Gámez, P Cairns, J Gow, J Back, E Capstick
CHI'10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 4493-4496, 2010
162010
The roles of conceptual device models and user goals in avoiding device initialization errors
K Hiltz, J Back, A Blandford
Interacting with Computers 22 (5), 363-374, 2010
152010
Combining human error verification and timing analysis
R Rukšėnas, P Curzon, A Blandford, J Back
Engineering Interactive Systems, 18-35, 2008
132008
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