Region Jnkpings ln The Microsystem Festival

The Microsystem Festival 2016
– Scientific Day

09.00–09.30 Registration and morning refreshments

Boel Andersson Gäre (Region Jönköping County,
Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

Safety measurement and monitoring in healthcare
Lecturer: Charles Vincent (University of Oxford, UK)

Is counting accidents a measure of safety?                     
Erik Hollnagel (Institute of Regional Health Research, University of Southern Denmark)

From evaluation to re-valuation: determining the value of a social movement approach to improvement
Lecturer: Helen Bevan (NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, UK)

Physicians' engagement: qualitative studies exploring physicians' experiences of engaging in improving clinical services and processes  
Lecturer: Fredrik Bååthe (Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden)

Relational Coordination and Patterns in the Clinical Microsystem
 Tina Foster (The Dartmouth Institute, USA)

Poster walk and presentations by master students of the Jönköping Academy for Improvement in Health and Welfare

12.00–13.00 Lunch

Parallel workshops on the themes presented in the morning. The sessions will start with presentations followed by chair led dialogues with the participants.

Theme 1: How can we know that we are safe?  
Moderator: Axel Ros (Region Jönköping County, Sweden and Mirjam Ekstedt (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

  • Patient safety in clinical microsystems
    (Christian von Plessen,
    Centre for Quality of the Southern Region of Denmark)
  • Measuring safety in sociotechnical systems
    Erik Hollnagel, Institute of Regional Health Research,
    University of Southern Denmark)
  • Safety measurement and monitoring in healthcare
    (Charles Vincent, University of Oxford, UK)

Theme 2: Patient perspective, co-design and learning as means to improve health care
Helen Bevan, NHS, UK

  • Improved blood pressure control using an interactive mobile phone support system
    (Ulrika Bengtsson, Gothenburg University Centre for Person-Centred Care, Sweden)
  • Patients' e-access to their medical records – why, how and research.
    (Sofie Wass, PhD student and Sven-Åke Svensson, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
  • Can students learn patient-centered quality improvement knowledge in a resilient health care practise?
    (Johanna Dahlberg and Boel Andersson Gäre (Region Jönköping County, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)
  • Developing an improvement leaders fellowship program and the evaluation of the integration of patient fellows
    Lecturer: Rowan Myron (CLAHRC NWL, UK)

Theme 3: The ward round system as part of a learning health care system
Moderator: Martin Rejler (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

  • The origin of the ward round
    (Valdemar Erling, Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden)
  • The ward round as experienced by the patients
    (Karl-Oskar Björkman, Linköping University, Sweden)
  • The learning ward round
    (Karin Thörne, Region Jönköping County, Linköping Health University, Jönköping Academy, Sweden)
  • Hospital leadership in a dual setting 
    (Bettina Thude, University of Southern Denmark)

Theme 4: Coaching and Improvement
Moderator: Marjorie Godfrey, The Dartmouth Institute, USA and Jönköping Academy, Sweden)

  • An evaluation of the Sheffield Microsystems Coaching Academy: criteria for judging success of the initiative
    (Kate Gerrish, NHS, UK) 
  • The QRC Coaching Academy: leassons from the three first years
    (Helena Hvitfeldt, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)
  • Presentation
    (Steve Harrison, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, UK)

15.00–15.30 Afternoon refreshments

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 (Centre for Quality of the Southern Region of Denmark)


Martin Rejler

Boel Andersson Gäre



Uppdaterad: 2016-02-29
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