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The Microsystem Festival 2017 - Program

 


February 28 - Pre-Festival Day

A day consisting of two selectable streams:

 


March 1 - The Microsystem Festival Day 1


9.00-9.45 Registration and Coffee

9.45-10.15 Opening of the 14th Clinical Microsystem Festival

10.15-11.10 Keynote I: Perspective
                   Presenter: Göran Henriks
                   (Qulturum, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

11.10-12.00 My microsystem

12.00-13.15 Lunch
 


Block A 13.15-16.45 (Afternoon Refreshments 14.30-15.00)
 

A1

New Leadership skills, coaching and communication
Presenters: Maren Batalden (Cambridge Health Alliance, US) and Marjorie Godfrey (the Darthmouth Institute, US)

A2

Learning perspective; Together for better health and equal care
Presenters: Anette Nilsson and Susanne Lundblad (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

A3

Change Leadership
Presenters: Helen Bevan (National Health Service, UK) and Göran Henriks (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

A4
Resilience in everyday healthcare. How to improve the potentials for resilient performance
Presenters: Christian von Plessen (Centre for Quality of the Southern Region of Denmark) and Erik Hollnagel (University of Southern, Denmark) Axel Ros and Berit Axelsson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

A5

Exploring the refugees perspective on health
Presenters: Jesper Ekberg and Margareta Strindhall (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
 


17.00–17.50 Keynote II: Beyond IT - Healthcare in a digital world
                    Presenter: Anders Ekholm 
                   (Institute for Futures Studies, Sweden)
 


18.00–20.00 Evening buffet with entertainment
 


March 2 - The Microsystem Festival Day 2


9.00–9.15 Opening of day two
 


Block B 9.15–10.15 Parallel seminars
 

B1

From narrative to clinical learning network
Presenters: Martin Rejler, Christina Petersson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) Valdemar Erling, Maria Olsson and Maria Skalsky (Region Västra Götaland, Kungälv Hospital)

B2

Together for optimal health and equal care from a Leadership perspective
Presenters: Anette Nilsson and Mats Bojestig (Region Jönköping county, Sweden)

B3

Three nights of much better sleep: the Diagnostic Virtual Ward means patients do not have to stay in hospital for one final test
Presenter: Stefan Williams (AHSN Improvement Academy, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK)

PRASE - Patient Reporting and Action for a Safe Environment
Presenter: Sally-Anne Wilson (Improvement Academy, AHSN Yorkshire & Humber, England)

B4

Hand in hand - patient partnership and healthcare quality improvement
Presenters: Helena Hvitfeldt (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden) and Cristin Lind (QRC Stockholm, Sweden)

Patient as a partner the Gouda experience part III
Presenter: Lia Donkers (Transmural Network, Netherlands)

B5

Improving Safety in Care Homes - The journey so far
Presenters: Abimbola Olusoga, Stefan Williams (AHSN Improvement Academy, Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK)

Patient Safety in Everyday Work  Learning from Things that go right
Presenter: Jeanette Hounsgaard (Centre of Quality, Denmark)

B6

Scottish Patient Safety Programme - life of a fictional character
Presenters: Lisa Carter (NHS Lothian, Scotland), Rosie Cooper (NHS Grampian, Scotland) and Yvonne Moulds (NHS Ayrshire and Aran, Scotland)

Developing Managers to Lead Health Care Transformation at the Front Line of Care in the Microsystem
Presenter: Gay Landström (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system, US)

 


10.15–10.45 Morning Refreshments
 


10.45–11.45 Keynote III: 
                   Modern innovation perspectives in complex systems
                    PresentersGöran Henriks 
                   (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) and
                   Helen Bevan (National Health Service, UK)


11.45–12.15 "My microsystem"
 


12.15–13.30 Lunch
 


Block C 13.30–14.30 Parallel seminars

 

C1

CO-production of healthcare. What, why and how. Perspectives from a dialogue seminar in Denmark
Presenters: Christian von Plessen (Centre for Quality of the Southern Region of Denmark) and Anne Nicolaisen 

C2

Person Centered Process mapping. PCP - and interactive workshop
Presenters: Marie Bergeling and Maria Malmström (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

C3

From inpatient to outpatient surgery
Presenter: Ingrid Erlandsson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

Ward rounds - a genetic concept for all Wards 
Presenter: Mette Mollerup (Odense University Hospital, Denmark)

C4
Creating Collaborative Practice in Primary Care in the UK
Presenter: Helena Hughes (Altogether Better, UK)

Proactive Care Within Communities - An new model of care to manage populationhealth and wellbeing needs
Presenter: Natalie Leach (Leeds South & East CCG, UK)

C5 
Perspective on organisational cultural change - an example of successful sustainable improvement
Presenters: Nicola Platts, Kevin Firth and Tim Sands (Sheffield Microsystem Coaching Academy, England)

Seamless Surgery
Presenters: Tim Sands and Nicola Platts (Sheffield Microsystem Coaching Academy, England)

C6

Impact of diabetes education in Diabetes School on the course of type 1 diabetes
Presenter: Yelena Aghajanova (Yerevan State Medical University, Armenia)

Perspectives on eHealth in the microsystem
Presenters: Viktoria Loo Skyman (Famna, Sweden) and Charlotta Stenberg (Stiftelsen Bräcke Diakoni, Sweden)

 


14.30–15.00 Afternoon Refreshments
 


15.00–16.00 Keynote IV: Perspective, ending of the Festival
                     


March 3 - Scientific Day

The knowledge and understanding of Clinical Microsystems have matured considerably in the past years. The Clinical Microsystem Festival is therefore followed by a Scientific day, March 3, with a special focus on new research in the field. During the day we will get possibilities to share and explore research questions and methodologies.
The Scientific day offers several lectures by internationally recognized researchers. The common denominators are the engagement in quality improvement of health care, the recognition of clinical microsystems and measures as engines for change. This will be illuminated from different perspectives by the lecturer.
The Scientific Day does also contain shorter oral presentations regarding the recent research in the field of clinical Microsystems and a poster walk.

Contact

Pernilla Söderberg
Project leader
pernilla.soderberg@rjl.se

Annika O'Connor
Project coordinator
annika.o.connor@rjl.se

Anna Lindman
Study Visit coordinator
anna.lindman@rjl.se

Anna Lindman
Web and information coordinator

 

Location

Qulturum, House B4, County Hospital Ryhov, Jönköping

Frequently Asked Questions

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Uppdaterad: 2017-02-27
Rebecka Berger, Qulturum, Verksamhetsnära funktion