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Books

2017

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Jenkins, D.P. (2017). Cognitive Work Analysis: Applications, extensions and future. CRC Press
"Informative for those at the cutting edge of science as well as the sharp point of the operational spear, it is a vital resource for those who wish to comprehend and actively contribute to the future of the human condition." Peter Hancock

2013

, , , , & (2013). Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design (Second Edition). Ashgate: Aldershot.
"An indispensable resource written by internationally-known experts, this text is the tool that human factors engineers and designers must have to practice their profession - an instant classic." Peter Hancock

2011

, , , , & (2011). Human Factors Methods and Accident Analysis: Practical Guidance and Case Study Applications. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
"This very useful book will make a timely and valuable addition to Ashgate's excellent human factors list." James Reason

2010

, , & (2010). Human factors in the design and evaluation of control room operations. Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, USA.
"A fantastic book that shows what it takes to ensure support staff work and operate together, in a formal and efficient manner. The book integrates the topics of human factors and ergonomics to create an incredibly valuable tome" Ben Rothke

2009

, , & (2009). Cognitive work analysis: coping with complexity. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
"This is a resource for all those whose vocation embraces the design of tomorrow. Buy it, read it, and recommend it to others. They will thank you." Peter Hancock

, , , & (2009). Human Factors Methods and Sports Science : A Practical Guide. Taylor and Francis.
"This book is a very helpful guidance tool for sports scientists and/or practitioners and essential reference for clinicians interested in evaluating and improving sports performance". Fadıl Özyener.

, , , & (2009). Distributed situation awareness: advances in theory, measurement and application to teamwork. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
"The book is refreshingly provocative, advances this area and has to be a recommended read for everybody interested in this topic…"John Patrick

, , , , , & (2009). Digitising command and control: a human factors and ergonomics analysis of mission planning and battlespace management. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
"The readability of the book, will make it a very valuable resource for anyone engaged in analysis and subsequent (re) design of distributed socio-technical systems, in military or civilian worlds." John Wilson

Walker, G.H, Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M. & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). Command and Control: The Sociotechnical Perspective. Ashgate: Aldershot.
"A highly relevant book that describes what information technology can offer to command and control, acknowledging the importance of keeping the decision maker in charge." Gary Klein

2008

Jenkins, D.P., Contributing author (2008). Modelling Command and Control: Event Analysis of Systemic Teamwork. Ashgate: Aldershot.
"The book should be invaluable to researchers and system designers involved in diverse applications of C2 and to all those interested in the analysis of C2 in emergency services, civilian services and the armed services." Australian Defence Force Journal

2005

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H., Baber, C. & Jenkins, D.P (2005) Human Factors Methods: A Practical Guide for Engineering and Design (First Edition). Ashgate: Aldershot.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

2017

Waterson, P., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M. & Underwood, U. (2017). ‘Remixing Rasmussen’: The Evolution of Accimaps within Systemic Accident Analysis. Applied Ergonomics, 59, 483-503.

2016

Jenkins, D.P., Baker, L. & Harvey, C. (2016). A practical approach to evaluating train cabs against task requirements. Proc IMechE Part F: J Rail and Rapid Transit 2016, Vol. 230(3) 662–671

2015

Houghton, R., Baber, C., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Revell. K. (2015). Combining network analysis with Cognitive Work Analysis: insights into social organisational and cooperation analysis. Ergonomics

Jenkins, D., Baker, L. & Harvey, C. (2015). A practical approach to glare assessment for train cabs. Applied Ergonomics. 47, 170-180

Read, G., Salmon, P.M., Lenne, M. & Jenkins, D.P., (2015). Designing a ticket to ride with the Cognitive Work Analysis Design Toolkit. Ergonomics 58(8), 1266-1286

2014

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P. M. & Jenkins, D.P. (2014). Human performance under two different command and control paradigms. Applied Ergonomics 45, (3), 706-713.

Walker, G.H., Cooper, M., Thompson, P. & Jenkins, D.P. (2014). Practitioner versus analyst methods: a nuclear decommissioning case study. Applied Ergonomics. 45, (6), 1622-1633 Nominated for best paper

2013

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P. M., Jenkins, D.P. & Lenné, M.G. (2013). A structured approach to the Strategies Analysis phase of Cognitive Work Analysis. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 14(6), 546-564.

2012

Birrell, S.A., Young, M.S., Jenkins, D.P. & Stanton, N.A. (2012). Cognitive Work Analysis for safe and efficient driving. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 13(4)430-449

Jenkins, D.P. (2012). Using Cognitive Work Analysis to describe the role of UAVs in Military Operations. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 13(3)335-357

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A. Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Rafferty, L. & Revell, K. (2012). Task and Error Analysis for battlefield Technology Evaluation. Journal of battlefield technology 15(1)19-26

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Monnan, S. & Handy, S. (2012). Communications and cohesion: a comparison between two command and control paradigms. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 13(5)508-527

2011

Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H. & Rafferty, L. (2011). What could they have been thinking? How sociotechnic system design influences cognition: A case study of the Stockwell shooting. Ergonomics 54(2), 103-119.

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M. & Walker, G.H. (2011). A formative approach to developing synthetic environment fidelity requirements for decision-making training. Applied Ergonomics.Applied Ergonomics 42 (5) 757-769

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., & Walker, G.H. (2011). Using Work Domain Analysis to Evaluate the Impact of Digitization on Military Command and Control. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 12(1)1-14

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Walker, G.H. (2011). Coordination during multi-agency emergency response: issues and solutions. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 20(2)140-158.

2010

Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A. & Walker, G.H. (2010). A systemic approach to accident analysis: a case study of the Stockwell shooting. Ergonomics. 53(1),1 - 17

Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., & Walker, G.H. (2010). A new approach for designing cognitive artefacts to support disaster management. Ergonomics 53(5),617-635

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., & Walker, G.H. (2010). Using the decision-ladder to add a formative element to naturalistic decision-making research. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction. 26(2&3) 132-146

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Salmon, P.M. & Young, M.S. (2010). Using Cognitive Work Analysis to Explore System Flexibility, Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 11(3), 136-150

Salmon, P.M., Lenne, M.G., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Walker, G.H. (2010). Managing error on the open road: the contribution of human error models and methods. Safety Science. 48(10) 1225-1235

Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A. & Walker, G.H. (2010). Hierarchical task analysis versus cognitive work analysis: comparison of theory, methodology, and contribution to system design. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 11(6) 504-531

Salmon,P. M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Rafferty, L. & Revell, K. (2010). Decisions, decisions….and even more decisions: The impact of digitisation on decision making in the land warfare domain. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction. 26(2&3) 206-227

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H. & Jenkins, D.P. (2010). Is it really better to share? Distributed situation awareness and its implications for system design. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, Special issue on situation awareness. 11(1&2),58-83

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Jenkins, D.P. (2010). Is situation awareness all in the mind? Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, Special issue on situation awareness. 11(1&2),29-40

Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H. Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Rafferty, L.A. & Revell, K. (2010). Ergonomic Challenges for Digitization: Learning from Analog Mission Planning Processes. International Journal of Command and Control. 4(3),1-27

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Baber, C. Wells, L., Gibson, H., Salmon, P.M. & Jenkins, D.P. (2010). From ethnography to the EAST method: a tractable approach for representing distributed cognition in air traffic control. Ergonomics: Special Issue on Aviation Safety, 53(4), 184-197.

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M., & Rafferty, L. (2010). From the 6 Ps of Planning to the 4 Ds of Digitisation: Difficulties, Dilemmas and Defective Decision Making. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction. 26(2&3) 173-188.

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P. & Rafferty, L. (2010). Translating Concepts of Complexity to the field of Ergonomics. Ergonomics. 53(10), 1175 - 1186

Walker G.H., Stanton N.A., Salmon P.M., Jenkins D.P., Rafferty L.A. & Ladva D., (2010) "Same or different? Generalising from novices to experts in military command and control studies" International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 40(5) 473-483

2009

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Jenkins, D.P., Ladva, D., Rafferty, L. & Young, M.S. (2009). Measuring situation awareness in complex systems: Comparison of measures study. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. 39, (3), 490-500.

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H., & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). Genotype and phenotype schema and their role in distributed situation awareness in collaborative systems. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 10, (1), 43-6

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H., & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). Genotype and phenotype schemata as models of situation awareness in dynamic command and control teams. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 39:3, pp. 480-489

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Salmon, P.M. (2009). From telephones to iPhones: Applying systems thinking to networked, interoperable products. Applied Ergonomics. 40(2), 206-215

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Kazi, T.A., Salmon, P.M., & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). Does advanced driver training improve situation awareness? Applied Ergonomics, 40:4, 678-87.

Walker G.H., Stanton N.A., Salmon P.M. & Jenkins D.P., (2009). How can we support the commander’s involvement in the planning process? An exploratory study into remote and co-located command planning. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 39(2), 456-464

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). A review of sociotechnical systems theory: A classic concept for new command and control paradigms. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science, 9:6, pp. 479-499.

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M. & Jenkins, D.P., (2009). From Clansman to Bowman: HFI Principles for NEC System Design. International Journal of Command and Control. 3(2), 1-33

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon,P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Monnan, S. & Handy, S. (2009). An evolutionary approach to network enabled capability. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics. 39(2), 303-312

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Revell, K. & Rafferty, L. (2009). Measuring Dimensions of Command and Control Using Social Network Analysis: Extending the NATO SAS-050 Model. International Journal of Command and Control. 3(2), 1-46

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Stewart, R. & Wells, L. (2009). Using an integrated methods approach to analyse the emergent properties of military command and control. Applied Ergonomics, 40:4, pp. 636-47.

Young M.S., Mahfoud J.M., Stanton N.A., Salmon P.M., Jenkins D.P. & Walker G.H., (2009). Conflicts of interest: The implications of roadside advertising for driver attention.Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 12(5), 381-388

2008

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Salmon, P.M, & Young, M.S. (2008). Applying cognitive work analysis to the design of rapidly reconfigurable interfaces in complex networks. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 9(4) 273-295. (Top cited paper of 2008, within the journal)

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Salmon, P.M. & Young, M.S. (2008). Using Cognitive Work Analysis to explore activity allocation within military domains, Ergonomics, 51(6) 798–815

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Baber, C. & Jenkins, D.P. (2008). What really is going on? A review of situation awareness models for individuals and teams. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. 9(4) 297-323

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Jenkins, D.P., Baber, C., & McMaster, R. M. (2008). Representing situation awareness in collaborative systems: a case study in the energy distribution domain. Ergonomics, 51( 3), 367 - 384. (Top cited paper of 2008, within the journal)

Stanton, N.A., Baber, C., Walker, G.H., Houghton, R.J., McMaster, R., Stewart, R., Harris, D., Jenkins, D.P., Young, M.S. & Salmon, P.M. (2008). Development of a generic activities model of command and control. Cognition Technology and Work. 10(3) 209-220

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M. & Jenkins, D.P. (2008). A review of sociotechnical systems theory: A classic concept for new command and control paradigms. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science. Vol 9, 6, pp. 479 – 499

Young, M.S., Mahfoud, J.M., Walker, G.H. Jenkins, D.P. & Stanton, N.A., (2008). Crash Dieting: The Effects of Eating and Drinking on Driving Performance. Accident Analysis and Prevention. 40(1) 142-148

Young, M.S., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Jenkins, D.P. & Smart, W. (2008) Where do we go from here? An assessment of navigation performance using a compass versus a GPS unit. Cognition Technology and Work. 10(3) 231-236

2007

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., & Walker, G.H. (2007). ‘A new approach to designing lateral collision warning systems’, International Journal of Vehicle Design, 45,(3), .379–396.

Book Chapters

In press

Jenkins, D.P. & Underwood. P. (In press). Design in the absence of standards. In Handbook of Standards and Guidelines in Human Factors and Ergonomics, Second Edition, CRC Press, London, UK.

2016

Jenkins, D.P. (2016). Human Factors and Engineering Practice for Consumer Products. In Human Factors and Ergonomics in Practice. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.

2011

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Jenkins, D.P., Rafferty, L., & Revell, K. (2011). User Trust in New Battle Management Technology: The effect of Mistrust on Situation Awareness. In Trust in Military Teams, Ashgate, Aldershot, UK. p 183-196

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M. & Walker, G.H. (2011). A constraint-based approach to design. In the Hdbk Human Factors Consumer Product Design, Taylor & Francis, London, UK.

Conference Papers

2017

Jenkins, D.P. (2017). UX for safety critical systems. UX Oxford. 16 March 2017 Oxford, UK.

Jenkins, D.P. (2017). How do we play nicely with the new kids on the block... The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 25-27 April 2017 Daventry, UK.

Jenkins, D.P. Langley, C. (2017). Better compliance through better medical devices. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 25-27 April 2017 Daventry, UK.

Jenkins, D.P., Wolfenden, A., Gilmore, D.J., Boyd, M. (2017). MRI guided radiotherapy: A vision for the future. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 25-27 April 2017 Daventry, UK.

Jenkins, D.P., Wolfenden, A., Gilmore, D.J., Boyd, M. (2017). Deciding to design better user interfaces. Bi-annual international conference on Naturalistic Decision Making (NDM13), 20-23 June 2017, University of Bath, UK

2016

Jenkins, D.P. (2016). Medicial device design. CIEHF Beds Buck and Herts Regional meeting. 12th October 2016 Harpenden, UK.

Jenkins, D.P. (2016). Cognitive Work Analysis in the wild. Human Factors in Complex Systems. 7-8 June 2016 Nottingham, UK.

Jenkins, D.P. (2016). Using the decision ladder to reach a better design. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 19-21 April 2016 Daventry, UK. Awarded best paper. ........[View Slides]

2015

Jenkins, D.P. (2015). The design of the Hitachi Class 800/801 train. Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES) Annual Meeting. 26-30 October 2015 Los Angeles, USA.

Jenkins, D.P. (2015). The value of prototyping in train cab design. Fifth international rail human factors conference. 14-17 September 2015 London, UK.

Jenkins, D.P. (2015). Keeping human factors on track - The design of the next generation intercity express train. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 13-16 April 2015 Daventry, UK. Plenery Lecture

Jenkins, D.P. (2015). Specifications for innovation. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 13-16 April 2015 Daventry, UK. Nominated for best paper........[View Slides]

Jenkins, D.P., Veasey, R. & Jones, M. (2015). The art of persuasion... Designing for patinets who don't want to adhere. Pharmapack. 11-12 February 2015 Paris, France.........[View Slides]

2014

Jenkins, D.P. (2014). Beyond box ticking. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 7-10 April 2014 Southampton, UK.........[View Slides]

Read, G., Salmon, P.M., Lenne, M., & Jenkins, D.P. (2014). Extracting design information from the outputs of systems analyses: A case study in public transport ticketing. 2nd International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation 19-23 July 2014 Krakow, Poland.

Waterson, P, Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M. & Underwood, P. (2014). Remixing Rasmussen - the evolution of the AcciMap notation within accident analysis. ODAM Conference. 20-21 August 2014 Copenhagen, Denmark.

2013

Jenkins, D.P., Shorrock, S.T., & Chung, A. (2013). Bridging the gap: Should there be more collaboration between researchers and practitioners. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. April 2013 Cambridge, UK

2011

Cornelissen, M., Salmon, P.M., Lenne, M. & Jenkins, D. P. (2011). How can they do it? A structured approach to the strategies analysis phase of Cognitive Work Analysis. 55th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society September 19-23, 2011 Las Vegas, USA.

Waterson, P. & Jenkins, D. P. (2011). Lessons Learnt from Using AcciMaps and the Risk Management Framework to Analyse Large-Scale Systemic Failures. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 12-14 Apr 2011 Stoke Rochford, UK.

2010

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P. M., Walker, G. H. & Rafferty, L. (2010). Lessons From Stockwell: How a Combined Approach to Accident Analysis Can Inform System Design. The Ergonomics Society Annual Conference. 13-15 April 2010 Keele University, Staffordshire UK.

Waterson, P.E. & Jenkins, D.P. (2010). Methodological considerations in using AcciMaps and the risk management framework to analyse large-scale systemic failures. The 5th IET International System Safety Conference 2010 18-20 October 2010 Manchester UK.

2009

Jenkins, D. P., Stanton, N. A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Young, M.S. (2009). Developing bespoke measure of performance for complex sociotechnical military systems. Human Systems Integration (HSIS 2009). 17-19 March 2009 Annapolis, Maryland

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., & Walker, G.H. (2009). Using the decision-ladder to add a formative element to naturalistic decision-making research. The 9th bi-annual International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making. 23-26 June, Covent Garden, London, UK

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Rafferty, L. & Revell, K. (2009). Decisions, decisions….and even more decisions: The impact of digitisation on decision making in the land warfare domain. The 9th bi-annual International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 23-26 June, Covent Garden, London, UK

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., & Jenkins, D.P. (2009). Distributed situation awareness: applications and implications in defence. Ergonomics Society 60th anniversary conference, 22-23 April 2009, London.

Stanton, N.A, Walker, G.H, Jenkins, D.P. & Salmon, P.M,(2009). Constraint-based Naturalistic Decision Making in Mission Planning Teams. The 9th bi-annual International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 23-26 June, Covent Garden, London, UK

Stanton, N.A, Walker, G.H., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P. & Rafferty, L. (2009) Challenges for digitisation—learning from analogue mission planning teams. June 15–17, 2009, 14th ICCRTS. Washington

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M. & Rafferty, L. (2009) From the 6 Ps of Planning to the 4 Ds of Digitisation: Difficulties, Dilemmas and Defective Decision Making. The 9th bi-annual International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 23-26 June, Covent Garden, London, UK

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A, Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P. & Rafferty, L. (2009) Combining Social Network Analysis and the NATO Approach Space to Define Agility. June 15–17, 2009, 14th ICCRTS. Washington

2008

Birrell, S., Young, M., Stanton N.A. & Jenkins, D.P. (2008) Improving driver behavior by design: a cognitive task analysis methodology. Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference 2008, July 14-17, Las Vegas.

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Young, M.S. (2008). Using Work Domain Analysis to Evaluate the Impact of Digitization on Command and Control. proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, September 2008, New York p438-442

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Young, M.S. (2008). The contributions of a formative systemic modelling approach to training development. proceedings of the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, July 2008, Las Vegas

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Young, M.S. (2008). Using Work Domain Analysis to Evaluate the Impact of Digitization on Helicopter Mission Planning. proceedings of the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, July 2008, Las Vegas

Rafferty, L.A. Salmon, P.M. Stanton, N.A. Walker G.H. and Jenkins, D.P. (2008) Friendly fire and errors in teamwork: Identification of the Big 5 causal factors. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, 14 – 17th July 2007, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Rafferty, L. (2008). Clash of the titans: hierarchical task analysis versus cognitive work analysis. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, 14 – 17th July 2007, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Rafferty, L. (2008). Distributed situation awareness and command and control: case study and implications for system design. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, 14 – 17th July 2007, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H. & Jenkins, D.P., (2008) Team schemata as a measure of awareness in dynamic systems. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, 14 – 17th July 2007, Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P., Monnan, S. & Handy, S. (2008). An empirical evaluation of network centric team organisation versus hierarchical team organisation. Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Meeting, Sept 22-26, New York. P458-462

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M., Jenkins, D.P. (2008). An evolutionary approach to NEC system design. Proceedings of the 2nd International Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference 2008, July 14-17, Las Vegas.

2007

Aujla, A., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M, Walker, G.H. & Young, M.S. (2007) Designing Human Computer Interfaces for Command and Control Environments. In D. Harris (Ed.): Engin. Psychol. and Cog. Ergonomics, HCII 2007, LNAI 4562, pp. 3-9, 2007

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Salmon, P.M, Walker, G.H., Young, M.S. Farmilo, A., Whitworth, I. & Hone, G. (2007) The Development of a Cognitive Work Analysis Tool. In D. Harris (Ed.): Engin. Psychol. and Cog. Ergonomics, HCII 2007, LNAI 4562, pp. 504–511, 2007

Jenkins, D.P., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H. & Salmon, P.M. (2007) Cognitive Work Analysis of a Sensor to Effecter System: implications for network structures. In D. de Waard, G.R.J. Hockey, P. Nickel, and K.A. Brookhuis (Eds.) (2007), Human Factors Issues in Complex System Performance (pp. 1 - 12). Maastricht, the Netherlands: Shaker Publishing.

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Walker, G.H., Young, M.S. & Aujla, A. (2007). What really is going on? Review, critique and extension of situation awareness theory. In D. Harris (Ed). Lecture Notes in Ergonomics Science, Proceedings of the 7th International Engineering and Psychology Conference, Springer-Berlin, pp. 407-416. * Paper nominated for best paper award

Salmon, P.M., Walker, G.H., Ladva, D., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Rafferty, L. (2007). Measuring situation awareness in command and control: a comparison of measures study. In W. Brinkman, D. Han Ham & W. Wong (Eds.) Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics, pp. 27 – 34.

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Baber, C., Houghton, R.J., Walker, G.H., Jenkins, D.P. & McMaster, R. (2007). Representing distributed situation awareness: A case study in multi-national operations. In D. de Waard, G.R.J. Hockey, P. Nickel, and K.A. Brookhuis (Eds.), Human Factors Issues in Complex System Performance (pp. 277 - 290). Maastricht, the Netherlands: Shaker Publishing.

Stanton, N. A., Walker, G. H., Jenkins, D. P., Salmon, P. M., Young, M. S. & Aujla, A. (2007): Models of Command and Control. In: Harris, Don (ed.) EPCE 2007 - Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics - 7th International Conference, July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China. pp. 600-608

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P., Salmon, P.M., Young, M.S. & Aujla, A. (2007): Sociotechnical Theory and NEC System Design. In: Harris, Don (ed.) EPCE 2007 - Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics - 7th International Conference, July 22-27, 2007, Beijing, China. pp. 619-628

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N.A., Jenkins, D.P. & Young, M.S. (2007). A human factors approach to analysing military command and control. International Command and Control Technology Symposium (ICCRTS). 26-28 September. University Arms, Cambridge, UK.

Young, M.S., Stanton, N.A., Walker G.H, Jenkins, D.P., & Salmon, P.M. (2007) Mental Workload in Command and Control Teams: Musings on the Outputs of EAST and WESTT. Human Computer Interaction International (HCII) Conference, July 20-27, Beijing, China.

2006

Salmon, P.M., Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Baber, C., McMaster, R., Jenkins, D.P., Beond, A., Sharif, O., Rafferty, L., & Ladva, D. (2006). Distributed situation awareness in command and control: a case study in the energy distribution domain. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 50th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, USA, October 16-20th.

2005

Stanton, N.A., Walker, G.H., Green, G., Gulliver, S., Jenkins, D.P., Young, M.S. & Watts, S. (2005). A reconfigurable C4 testbed for experimental studies into network enabled capability. In, The IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems: Who are we designing for? 16-17 November, Grange City Hotel, London (135-144).

Walker, G.H., Stanton, N., Wells, L., Gibson, H., Baber, C., Young, M. S., Green, D., Gulliver, S., & Jenkins, D.P. (2005). Analysing network enabled capability in civilian work domains: A case study from air traffic control. In, The IEE and MOD HFI DTC Symposium on People and Systems: Who are we designing for? 16-17 November, Grange City Hotel, London (101-108).

Theses

Jenkins, D.P. (April 2008). Cognitive Work Analysis. PhD Thesis, School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University. (Awarded the Hamilton prize for the best Viva)

Jenkins, D. P. (May 2004). Automotive lateral collision reduction investigation. MEng Thesis, School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University. (Awarded the Autodesk prize for innovation)

Software

Jenkins, D.P., Farmilo, A., Stanton, N.A., Whitworth, I., Salmon, P.M., Hone, G., Bessell, K. & Walker, G.H. (2007) The Cognitive work analysis tool V0.95. Human Factors Integration Defence Technology Centre Report, Yeovil Somerset UK.

Book reviews

Jenkins, D.P. (2013) Review of work domain analysis: Concepts, Guidelines, and Cases. Ergonomics

Workshops

Jenkins, D.P. Baker, L. (2015) Measuring the impact of design. Workshop held at Design Council, September 2015, London

Jenkins, D.P. (2012) Cognitive Work Analysis. Workshop held at TNO, November 2012, The Netherlands

Jenkins, D.P. (2012) An introduction to Human Factors methods. Workshop held at DCA Design, June 2012, Warwick, UK

Jenkins, D.P. & Hutton, R., (2012) An introduction to Cognitive Ergonomics methods. Workshop held at Dstl, February 2012, Porton Down, UK

Jenkins, D.P. (2011) An introduction to Cognitive Work Analysis. Two day workshop held at BAE Systems, May 2011, Filton, UK

Jenkins, D.P. & Stanton, N.A. (2008) Cognitive Work Analysis. Workshop at the Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics Conference, July 2008, Las Vegas

Jenkins, D.P. & Stanton, N.A. (2008) Cognitive Work Analysis. Workshop at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Conference, September 2008, New York.