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The Microsystem Festival - Scientific Day 2017

09.00–09.30 Registration and morning refreshments

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

09.40–10.20

  • Perspectives on Co-production –working together to achieve wellness

“..health care delivery is not as a process in which value is made by health professionals and pushed out to patients, but one where value is created by patients with help pulled from health professionals. It's a world of “people — all of us — working together to achieve wellness.”
Lecturer: Maren Batalden (Cambridge Health Alliance, USA)

10.20-11.00

  • Perspectives on Co-learning

understanding professional practice and learning in new ways, conceptualising professional practice as being embodied, relational and situated in sociomaterial relations.
Lecturer: Madeleine Abrandt-Dahlgren

11.00-11.30
Poster walk and presentations by master students of the Jönköping Academy for Improvement in Health and Welfare

11.30-12.00

  • Perspectives on Co-measurement- Unlocking information to improve health care

Lecturer: Tom Woodcok (Improvement Science Fellow, UK)

12.00–13.00 Lunch

13.00–15.00  
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: Perspective on data and risk
Moderators: Susanne Kvarnström & Christian von Plessen

  • Health care quality assessment and improvemnet in university clinics
    (Lusine Danielyan, Yerevan State Medical Univeristy, Armenia) 
  • Patient Safety in Everyday Work: Learning from Things that go right.
    (Jeanette Hounsgaard Region Syddanmark, Denmark)

  • Incident reporting of safety risks and injuries among health care workers and patient
    (Charlotte Wåhlin, Region Östergötland County, Sweden)
  • Changing perspective to a Predicitive approach of Health care data in Region Jönköpings län
    (Dennis Nordvall, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

Theme 2: Perspectives on co-productive interaction on the floor
Moderators: Maren Batalden and Boel Andersson Gäre

  • Ward rounds - a generic concept for all Wards
    (Mette Mollerup, Odense University Hospital, Denmark)
  • One patient, one responsible consultant. Evaluation of a national initiative looking at the organizational challenges
    (Lene von Bülow, Centre of Quality, Denmark)
  • Optimising the care process for children with developmental problems: a Vinnvård improvement project.
    (Anna Sarkadi, Vinnvård fellow)  

Theme 3: Perspective on network based improvement
Moderators: Helen Bevan  and Martin Rejler

  • What Is Best for Esther? Building Improvement Capacity With and for Users in Health and Social Care—A Case Study
    (Nicoline Vackerberg, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
  • Using health-related quality of life instruments for children with long-term conditions: On the basis of a national quality registry system (Christina Petersson, Region Jönköping County)
  • Improving Care for Cardiac Congestive Disease in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA and Uppsala, Sweden (Robert Kristiansson, Health and habilitation, Region Uppsala, Sweden)

Theme 4: Perspecitve on Improvement Science - Four Master Thesis presentations from the 2015/16 Master student cohort of Jönköping Acedemy
Moderator: Marjorie Godfrey

  • Focusing on predicting the probable  -a case study of an analytical quality improvement-project for preventing 30 day hospital readmissions (Ulrika Stefansson, Region Jönköping County, Sweden) 

  • Tracking Change - Usefulness of Statistical Process Control in Improving Psychiatric Care (Andreas Gremyr, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Sweden)  

  • An Alternate Care Environment to reduce paediatric inpatient length-of-stay: Results from a 28 month pilot study. (Ali N. Damji, medical student University of Toronto, Canada)

  • Co-creation - A case-study about the factors influencing quality improvement in child welfare services. (Christina Evaldsson)

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 (Centre for Quality of the Southern Region of Denmark)

Contact

Martin Rejler

Boel Andersson Gäre

 

 

Uppdaterad: 2017-03-03
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