Publications 2021

A. P.J. Roberts, L. V. Webster, P. M. Salmon, R. Flin, E. Salas, N. J. Cooke, G. J. M. Read, N. A. Stanton. State of Science: Models and methods for understanding and enhancing teams and teamwork in Complex Sociotechnical Systems. Ergonomics. 1-45. 2021.

Matthews, T, C. Baldwin, Boulton, C, Tavares, S. 2021. Integrating Green Infrastructure with Accessible Design to Reduce Heat Stress on Seniors. Edited by Mark Scott. Planning Theory & Practice. Vol. 22.

Lantsoght, E. O., Tse Crepaldi, Y., Tavares, S. G., Leemans, K., & Paig-Tran, E. W. (2021). Challenges and Opportunities for Academic Parents During COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology, 3353.

Jacquot, L., Dupre, K., Hamedani, Z., & Tavares, S. (2021). Australian Urban Design Guidelines: what do we know and what can we learn?. Australian Planner, 1-13.

Austin, E. Blakely, B. Salmon, P. Braithwaite, J. Clay-Williams R. Technology in the emergency department: Using cognitive work analysis to model and design sustainable systems. Safety Science.

McLean,S. Coventon,L. Finch,C. Dallat,C. Carden,T. Salmon,P. Evaluation of a systems ergonomics-based incident reporting system. Applied Ergonomics.

Salmon,P. Commentary: controlling the demon: autonomous agents and the urgent need for controls. Human Computer Interaction.

King, B. Read, G. Salmon, P. Clear and present danger? Applying ecological interface design to develop an aviation risk management interface. Applied Ergonomics.

Read, G. Beanland, V. Stanton, N. Grant, E. Stevens, N. Lenné, M. Thomas, M. Mulvihill, C. Walker, G. Salmon, P. From interfaces to infrastructure: extending ecological interface design to re-design rail level crossings. Cognition, Technology & Work 2021.

Naughton,M. McLean,S. Scott,T. Weaving,D. Solomon,C. (2021) Quantifying Fatigue in the Rugby Codes: The Interplay Between Collision Characteristics and Neuromuscular Performance, Biochemical Measures, and Self-Reported Assessments of Fatigue. Frontiers in Physiology.10.3389

Austin.E, Blakely,B. Salmon, P. Braithwaite,J. Clay-Williams, R. (2021) The scope for adaptive capacity in Emergency Departments: Modelling performance constraints using Control Task Analysis and Social Organisational Cooperation Analysis. Ergonomics.

Salmon, P and Plant, K. (2021) Distributed situation awareness: From awareness in individuals and teams to the awareness of technologies, sociotechnical systems, and societies. Applied Ergonomics.

Salmon,P. Naughton, M. Hulme,A. McLean,S. (2021) Bicycle crash contributory factors: A systematic review. Safety Science.

McLean, S. Read, G. Thompson, J. Baber, C. Stanton, N. Salmon, P. (2021) The risks associated with Artificial General Intelligence: A systematic review. Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence.

McLean,S. Kerherv’e H. Stevens,N. Salmon,P. (2021) A Systems Analysis Critique of Sport-Science Research. Experimental & Theoretical Artificial Intelligence.

Newnam, S., Goode, N., Read, G. J. R., Salmon, P. M. (2021). Systems-thinking in action: Results from implementation and evaluation of the Patient Handling Injuries Review of Systems Toolkit. Safety Science, 134, 105086 

Read,G. Shultz,K. Goode,N. Salmon,P. Using cognitive work analysis to identify competencies for human factors and ergonomics practitioners. Ergonomics.

Read,G. Shorrock,S. Walker,G. Salmon,P. (2021) State of science: evolving perspectives on ‘human error’. Ergonomics.

McKinlay,A. Stevens,N. Baldwin,C. (2021) Power Relationships in Housing Production: A sociotechnical systems perspective on the expanding suburbs. Urban Policy and Research Journal.

Stevens,S. Tavares,S. (2021) Exploring the Impact of COVID-19 Lock-down on public spaces through a Systems Modelling Approach. Public Space.

McLean,S. Read,G. Thompson,J. Hancock,P,A. Salmon,P. (2021) Who is in control? Managerial artificial general intelligence (MAGI) for Football. Soccer and Society.

Desmond, D. Salmon P,M. Lacey, D. (2021) Functional systems within cryptolaundering processes: a work domain analysis model of cryptolaundering activities. Cyber Policy.

McCormack, P., Read, G. J. M., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M. (2021). Do hazardous manual handling task risk assessment methods align with systems thinking? Safety Science 

Stevens, E. Hulme, A. Salmon, P. (2021) The impact of power on health care team performance and patient safety: a review of the literature. Ergonomics.

Carden, T., Goode, N., Salmon, P. M. (2021). Simplifying Safety Standards: Using Work Domain Analysis to Guide Regulatory Restructure. Safety Science. 134, 105086 

Salmon, P. M., Stevens, N. J., McLean, S., Hulme, A., Read, G. J. M. (2021). Human Factors and Ergonomics and the management of existential threats: a work domain analysis of a COVID-19 return from lockdown restrictions system. Human Factors and Ergonomics in the Manufacturing and Service Industries, 31:4,412-424. 

Koorts, H., Cassar, S., Salmon, J., Lawrence, M. Salmon, P. M., Eakin, E., Dorling, H. (2021). Mechanisms of scaling up: Combining a realist perspective and systems analysis to understand successfully scaled interventions. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Policy.  

Goode, N., Shaw, L., Finch, C. F., Salmon, P. M. (2021). Challenges of translating Rasmussen’s Accimap into a usable, sustainable and useful incident reporting system: end user attitudes following 12-months implementation. Cognition, Technology and Work. Cognition, Technology & Work, 23, 39-49 

Austin, E., Blakely, B., Salmon, P., Braithwaite, J., & Clay-Williams, R. (2021). Identifying Constraints on Everyday Clinical Practice: Applying Work Domain Analysis to Emergency Department Care. Human Factors 

Read, G. J. M., Cox, J., Hulme, A., Naweed, A., Salmon, P. M. (2021). What factors influence risk at rail level crossings? A systematic review and synthesis of findings using systems thinking. Safety Science, 138, 105207 

Salmon, P. M., Carden, T., Hancock, P. (2021). Putting the humanity into inhuman systems: how Human Factors and Ergonomics can be used to manage the risks associated with artificial general intelligence. Human Factors and Ergonomics in the Manufacturing and Service Industries, 31:2, 223-236 

Hulme A, Stanton NA, Walker GH, Waterson P, Salmon PM. (2021) Complexity theory in accident causation: Using AcciMap to identify the systems thinking tenets in 11 catastrophes. Ergonomics, 64:7, 821-838   

Donovon, S. L., Salmon, P. M., Lenne, M. G., Horberry, T. (2021). All in a day’s work: towards improved understanding of safety leadership during regular safety-related tasks in mining. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries, 31:2, 157-173.

McLean, S., Goode, N., Coventon, L., Finch, C., Clacy, A. Salmon, P. M. (2021). Applying a systems thinking lens to injury causation in the outdoors: Evidence collected during 3 years of the Understanding and Preventing Led Outdoor Accidents Data System Injury Prevention, 27:48-54. 

McLean, S. Read,G. Ramsay, K. Hogarth,L. Kean, B. Designing success: Applying cognitive work analysis to optimise a para sport system. Applied Ergonomics.

McLean, S., Rath, D., Lethlean, S., Hornsby, M., Gallagher, J., Anderson, D., Salmon, P. M. (2021). With crisis comes opportunity: Redesigning elite sports clubs for life after a global pandemic. Frontiers, 20 January 2021, 

Walker, G. H., Mendes, L., Thompson, P., Lenne, M. G, Young, K. L., Stevens, N., Beanland, V., Filtness, A., Stanton, N. A. Salmon, P. M. (2021). Modelling Driver Decision Making at Railway Level Crossings using the Abstraction Decomposition Space. Cognition, Technology and Work, 23, 225–237  

McLean, S., Salmon, P. M., Gorman, A., Solomon, C., Dodd, K. (2021). The communication and passing contributions of playing positions in a professional football team. Human Movement.

Naweed, A. Jackson, J. Read,G. Ghost trains: Australian rail in the early stages of the global COVID‐19 pandemic.  Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries

Hulme, A., McLean, S., Dallat, C. Walker, G. H., Waterson, P., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M. (2021). Systems thinking-based risk assessment methods applied to sports performance: A comparison of STPA, EAST-BL, and Net-HARMS in the context of elite women’s road cycling. Applied Ergonomics, 91, 103297