Region Jnkpings ln The Microsystem Festival

The Microsystem Festival 2015
– Scientific Day

09.00–09.30 Registration and morning refreshments

09.30–09.40  Welcome 
                      Boel Andersson Gäre (Region Jönköping County,
                      Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

09.40–10.00  Evaluating a social movement
Helen Bevan (National Health Service, UK)

10.00–10.20  Residents provide feedback to their clinical 
                      teachers: (how) does it work?                     
Cornelia Fluit (Radboud University
                      Nijmegen, Netherlands)

10.30-10.50  News about measurement for improvement
                      Lecturer: Eugene Nelson 
                      (The Dartmouth Institute, USA)

10.50–11.10 Improvement and redesign in the microsystem 
                     Lecturer: Julie Johnson (Northwestern University,
                     USA, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

11.10–11.30 International updates on coaching research
                     Lecturer: Marjorie Godfrey (The Dartmouth
                     Institute, USA, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

11.40-12.00  Towards a coherent person-centred
                      measurement system

                      Lecturer: Alf Collins (The Health Foundation, UK)

12.00–13.00 Lunch

13.00–15.00  Parallel workshops on the themes presented in the morning. The sessions will start with rapid fire presentations of abstracts and then the chairs will lead dialogues with the participants.

Theme 1: Measurement and improvement 
Chairs: Eugene Nelson (The Dartmouth Institute, USA) and Truls Neubeck (Famna, Sweden)


  • Multivariate analysis of processes
    (Dennis Nordvall, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
  • Does rapid assessment supported by point of care testing shorten the amount of time patients spend in the ED?
    (Paul Jarvis and Joe Minton, National Health Service, UK)
  • Practical innovation in improvement measurement training and application from quality registers to the front line: A three stage model linking improvement teams, improvement coaches, and leaders
    (Brant Oliver, The Dartmouth Institute, USA)
  • Evidence-based exercise intensity in hydrotherapy for patients with rheumatological diseases
    (Maria Lindqvist and Kristina Areskoug Josefsson,
    Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

Theme 2: Improvement and re-design in the microsystem
Chairs: Julie Johnson (Northwestern University, USA and Jönköping Academy, Sweden), Alf Collins, (The Health Foundation, UK) and Martin Rejler (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)


  • A MOOC in QI (massive open online course) to support the learning and actions in the microsystem
    (Cheryl Guest and Joan
    Pons Laplana, National Health Service, UK)
  • A Regional Improvement Journey: Reducing harm and improving patient safety culture by integrating daily patient safety huddles on hospital wards
    (Alison Cracknell and Alison Lovatt, National Health Service, UK) – Poster presentation.
  • Physician experiences of patient-centered and team-based ward rounding-uncovering and exploring emerging paradoxes
    (Fredrik Bååthe, Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden)
  • Designing in reliability: the use of a ward round checklist
    (Donald Richardson and Monika Fitz, National Health Service, UK)
  • Shared decision making – an important process in the microsystem
    (Dale Collins Vidal, The Dartmouth Institute, USA)

Theme 3: Updates on research in Coaching of Improvement
: Marjorie Godfrey (The Dartmouth Institute, USA and Jönköping Academy, Sweden) and AnnCharlott Norman (Jönköping Academy, Sweden)


  • Coaches' approaches to support learning in quality improvement practices
    (AnnCharlott Norman, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)
  • Sensegivers make sense
    (Annika Nordin, Region Jönköping County and Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

Theme 4: Effective learning, feedback and evaluation for trainees in health care work
Chairs: Cornelia Fluit (Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands) and Karin Thörne (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)


  • How socio-material arrangements around ward rounding enable quality care  and  learning
    (Karin Thörne, Region Jönköping County, Linköping Health University, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)
  • Participants offers a guideline to organize the evaluation and feedback of clinical teachers in postgraduate medical education. First an instrument for evaluating clinical teachers, based on workplace learning and the CANMEDS roles, is presented. Secondly, the implementation is discussed. Finally, a procedure is presented and practiced where residents discuss the evaluation results with their supervisor. This procedure includes a training of residents on how to provide feedback in a hierarchical relationship.
    (Cornelia Fluit, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands)
  • Practice Nurse preceptee program: from Passion to Purpose
    Gil Ramsden, National Health Service, UK)

15.00–15.30 Afternoon refreshments

15.30–16.30 What did we learn today and what do we need to
                    figure out tomorrow?

                    Chairs: Helen Bevan (National Health
                    Service, UK), Boel Andersson Gäre
Region Jönköping County and Jönköping
                    Academy, Sweden) and Christian von Plessen
                   (Nordsjællands Hospital, Denmark)



11.10–11.30 An evaluation of the Sheffield Microsystems
                     Coaching Academy: criteria for judging success
                     of the initiative

                     Lecturer: Kate Gerrish (University of Sheffield, UK)


Boel Andersson Gäre

Anneli Ohlsson


Uppdaterad: 2015-12-16
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