Dr Robyn Clay-Williams leads a research stream in human factors and resilient healthcare. She currently holds a NSW Health EMC research fellowship in the field of health service and system design. Prior to her work in health services research, she was a military test pilot, an electronics engineer, and flight instructor. Dr Clay-Williams transitioned to healthcare seven years ago through a PhD, which in internationally recognised work, translated aviation teamwork concepts to healthcare via a randomised controlled trial evaluating a Crew Resource Management based training intervention. She has produced over 80 peer-reviewed research outputs. Specific areas of interest include teams and teamwork, decision-making, leadership, simulation, resilience engineering, and usability test and evaluation of medical devices and IT systems.