Index

Jennifer Murray Dr (Edinburgh Napier University, UK)
Iniobong Enang Dr (Coventry University, UK)

Conceptualising Risk Assessment and Management across the Public Sector

ISBN: 978-1-80043-693-0, eISBN: 978-1-80043-692-3

Publication date: 26 January 2022

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Murray, J. and Enang, I. (2022), "Index", Conceptualising Risk Assessment and Management across the Public Sector, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 111-113. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-692-320221009

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INDEX

Actuarial assessment
, 23–24

Availability Heuristic
, 73–74

Bayesian Analysis
, 19–20

Bias

communicating risk of violence
, 60–62

risk of
, 59–62

Carer associations
, 87

Causal attribution
, 61

Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (CIIA)
, 37–38

Classic encoding/decoding model of communication
, 54

Co-creation
, 77, 82

Cognitive biases
, 72–74

Collaborative innovation
, 78

Communication
, 54–56

Confirmation Bias
, 74

Contact Assessment Model (CAM)
, 82–83

COSO framework
, 31–35

COVID-19 pandemic
, 8–9

Culture
, 9

Decision making

dual process theories
, 70–72

effective risk communication and
, 75

fundamentals of
, 69–74

heuristics and cognitive biases
, 72–74

Decoding
, 54–55

Dual process theories of decision making
, 70–72

Economics
, 12

Effective communication
, 54

Effective risk communication
, 56, 62, 67

approaches
, 63–64

and decision making
, 75

guidelines for
, 64–65

save time by developing risk communication strategy
, 65–67

stakeholders
, 65

Encoding
, 54–55

Epistemology of risk
, 6–12

economics and risk
, 12

law and risk
, 12

logic, mathematics and risk
, 11

philosophy and risk
, 8

science, medicine and risk
, 8–9

social sciences, psychology and risk
, 9–10

sociology and risk
, 10

Ewart v Canada ruling
, 24

Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)
, 19–20, 36–37

Front-line workers
, 87

Fully quantitative risk analysis
, 36–37

Game theory
, 11

Gold standard approach to public sector risk management
, 40–41

Governmentality view
, 10

Heuristics
, 72–74

Idiographic approach
, 23

Illusory Correlation
, 74

Institute for Risk Management (IRM)
, 5

IRM 2002 standards
, 31, 36

Interdependency
, 79–80

Interdisciplinary working
, 89

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
, 4

ISO 31000 standard
, 4–5, 31, 36

Interprofessional practice
, 77–79

barriers and facilitators to
, 80–82

promising indications in journey of mental health pathway collaboration
, 82–84

in public sector risk management
, 87–89

Interprofessional working
, 77–78

alignment
, 78

example
, 83

in real-world practice
, 79–82

Law
, 12

Layers of Protection Analysis
, 19–20

Logic
, 11

Mathematics
, 11

Medicine
, 8–9

Mental Health Pathway (MHP)
, 82–83

Monte-Carlo Analysis
, 19–20

Municipal Mutual Insurance (MMI)
, 29–30

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
, 18–19

Negative risks
, 13

NHS24 Mental Health Hub
, 83–84

Partially quantitative risk analysis
, 36–37

Partnership
, 79–80

Philosophy
, 8

Police Scotland
, 82–83

Positive risks
, 13

Power
, 79–80

Practice-focused professional body
, 5

Professional identity
, 82

Psychology
, 9–10

Public sector
, 1–2, 91

academic literature
, 3

gold standard approach to public sector risk management
, 40–41

governance and standard setting organisations
, 5–6

interprofessional practice in public sector risk management
, 87–89

risk practice
, 79–80

Qualitative risk

analysis
, 36–37

assessment
, 19–22

matrix
, 21–22

Quantitative risk assessment
, 19–22

Representativeness Heuristic
, 74

Risk
, 1–2, 6, 8–12

addiction
, 14–15

analysis
, 36–37

attitude
, 14

aversion
, 14–15

of bias
, 59–62

conceptualisation
, 11

epistemology
, 6–12

facets
, 13–15

governance
, 75, 91

identification
, 36

neutrality
, 14–15

operational definitions of risk in practice
, 4–6

paranoia
, 14–15

past and current definitions of risk from academia
, 2–3

professionals
, 19, 57–58

seeking
, 14–15

tolerance
, 14–15

Risk architecture, risk strategy and risk protocol (RASP)
, 31–35

Risk assessment
, 17, 19, 71

three eras
, 22–26

types
, 19–22

Risk communication. See also Effective risk communication
, 53, 56, 59, 62

format and content
, 58

and transparency
, 75

Risk management
, 29–30, 39–40, 91–92

in action
, 42–48

framework
, 31

gold standard approach to public sector risk management
, 40–41

heuristics and cognitive biases
, 72–74

principle
, 31

process
, 31

in public sector
, 37–40

standards, framework and process
, 30–37

Risk Tsars
, 40–41, 91–92

Risk Worth Taking
, 84–87

‘Risk-society’ view
, 10

Save time by developing risk communication strategy
, 65–67

Science
, 8–9

Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC)
, 84–87

Self-directed Support (SDS)
, 86

Shannon and Weaver’s Model of Communication
, 55

Sharing
, 79–80

‘Silos’ approach
, 91

Social Care Act 2013
, 86

Social sciences
, 9–10

Sociological perspective
, 10

Sociology
, 10

Stakeholders
, 65

Statistical risk assessments
, 11

Statistics
, 11

Structured professional judgement
, 25–26

Thought
, 54–55

Tolerate, treat, transfer and tolerate of risk management (4Ts of risk management)
, 37

Two-dimensional approach
, 11

Unaided practitioner judgement
, 22–23

United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
, 70–71

World Economic Forum (WEF)
, 92

Written communication
, 54