From Aviation to Healthcare
Many publications compare aeronautical and medical environments. Most of them show similarities between those two risky activities.
Thanks to its experience in aviation, the STAN Institute team acquire expertise in Human Factors and safety, and transposed its knowledge to the medical field.
STAN Institute in a Few Figures
STAN Institute experience with Healthcare Teams
Surgeons, Nurses and Engineers from all over the world
4,9 / 5
Trainers for Robotic Surgical Teams,
and Experts in Medical Crew Resource Management©.
We coach public and private hospitals’ teams in Europe
and work with the Advent Health Nicholson Center in the USA.
I am flying the Mirage 2000D as a navigator since 1997. My duties in the French Air Force conducted me to develop expertise in Flight Safety and Human Factors.
Passionate by these topics, I had the willing to share them with other risks systems actors, such as the medical ones.
I am an ICN Business School Affiliated Teacher, at the Human Resources and Organization Behavior Department.
Since 2006, I coach people to develop their technicals and non-technicals skills : communication, decision making, awareness …
I’ve trained fighter pilots and weapon systems officers for 10 years in the French Air Force.
At the STAN Institute, I propose to the healthcare teams my experience of teaching through simulation.
Erwan de Penfentenyo de Kervereguen
I’ve worked for 14 years as Captain flying C130 Hercules and C160 Transall. My 8500 flight hours helped me to develop my skills of multidisciplinary teams management.
As an aeronautics accident investigator, I am familiar with investigation methods, systemic approach and analysis, leading to reports and recommendations.
I’ve developed, at the STAN Institute, a real expertise in robotic surgical system. I’m open to sharing my knowledge during our training sessions with surgeons, nurses and biomedical engineers.