Publications 2022

Salmon.P, Hulme.A, Walker.G, Waterson.P, Standon.N. Towards a unified model of accident causation: refining and validating the systems thinking safety tenets. Ergonomics.

McCormack.P, Read.G, Hulme,A, Lane.B, McLean.S, Salmon.P. Using systems thinking-based risk assessment methods to assess hazardous manual tasks: a comparison of Net-HARMS, EAST-BL, FRAM and STPA. Ergonomics

Butler.G, Read.G, Salmon.P. Understanding the systemic influences on maritime pilot decision-making. Applied Ergonomics.

Austin, E., Blakely, B., Salmon, P. M., Braithwaite, J., Clay-Williams, R. Technology in the emergency department: Using cognitive work analysis to model and design sustainable systems.  Safety Science,Volume 147, March 2022, 105613.

McLean, S., Coventon, L. Finch, C., Dallat., C., Carden, T., Salmon, P. M. Evaluation of a systems ergonomics-based incident reporting system Applied Ergonomics. Volume 100, April 2022, 103651.

King, B., Read, G. J. M., Salmon, P. M. Clear and present danger? Applying ecological interface design to develop an aviation risk management interface. Applied Ergonomics, Volume 99, February 2022, 103643. 

Salmon, P. M., Plant, K. L.Distributed situation awareness: from awareness in individuals and teams to the awareness of technologies, sociotechnical systems, and societies. Applied Ergonomics. Volume 98, 103599.

Salmon, P. M., Naughton, M., Hulme, A., McLean, S. Bicycle crash contributory factors: a systematic review. Safety Science, Volume 145, January 2022, 105511 

Salmon, P. M., Read, J. M., Walker, G. H., Stevens, N. J., Hulme, A., McLean, S., Stanton, N. A. Ethodological issues in systems human factors and ergonomics: perspectives on the research-practice gap, reliability and validity, and prediction. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing and Service Industries. 32:1, 6-19

Salmon,P.M. Commentary: controlling the demon: autonomous agents and the urgent need for controls. Human-Computer Interaction. Pages 246-247.

Koorts,H. Salmon,P. Swain,C. Cassar, S. Strickland,D. Salmon,J. A systems thinking approach to understanding youth active recreation. International Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity.

L. Fortington, N. Goode, C. Finch, P. Salmon. Heat and sun related medical concerns in Australian led outdoor activities: a three-year prospective study. Journal of Outdoor and Environmental Education.

A. Hulme, N. Stanton, G. Walker, P. Waterson, P. Salmon. Testing the reliability and validity of risk assessment methods in Human Factors and Ergonomics. Ergonomics. Pages 407-428.

Read,G. Shultz,K. Goode,N. Salmon,P. Using cognitive work analysis to identify competencies for human factors and ergonomics practitioners. Ergonomics Pages 484-361.

E. Austin, B. Blakely, P. Salmon, J. Braithwaite, R. Clay-Williams. The scope for adaptive capacity in emergency departments: modelling performance constraints using control task analysis and social organisational cooperation analysis. Ergonomics. Pages 467-484.

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

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

B. King, G. Read, P. Salmon. Clear and present danger? Applying ecological interface design to develop an aviation risk management interface. Applied Ergonomics. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apergo.2021.103643

L. Paul, M. Naughton, B. Jones, D. Davidow, A. Patel, M. Lambert, S. Hendricks. Quantifying Collision Frequency and Intensity in Rugby Union and Rugby Sevens: A Systematic Review. 2022, Sports Medicine 8:12.

Scott McLean, Lauren Coventon, Caroline F. Finch & Paul M. Salmon. Incident reporting in the outdoors: a systemsbased analysis of injury, illness, and psychosocial incidents in led outdoor activities in Australia. Ergonomics. DOI: 10.1080/00140139.2022.2041733

Aaron P. J. Roberts, Leonie V. Webster, Paul M. Salmon, Rhona Flin, Eduardo Salas, Nancy J. Cooke, Gemma J. M. Read, Neville A. Stanton. State of science: models and methods for understanding and enhancing teams and teamwork in complex sociotechnical systems. Ergonomics, pages 161-187

M.Sujan. R,Pool. P, Salmon. Eight human factors and ergonomics principles for healthcare artificial intelligence. BMJ Health and Care Informatics. doi:10.1136/bmjhci-2021-100516.