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The Resilient Health Care Society 2021 workshop (presentations)

The presentation slides are available here.

Monday August 16 (UTC)
Andrew Johnson.  Health Emergency Operations Centre Reimagined – Consumer Co-design in Crisis.

Veslemøy Guise, Cecilie Haraldseid-Driftland, Hilda Bø Lyng, et al.  Identifying, categorizing, and mapping stakeholders and stakeholder relationships in resilience in healthcare: Preliminary findings from a stakeholder analysis.

Elizabeth Buikstra.  Comparing Models of Care post Capital Upgrade to an Emergency Department.

Jo Wailing.  Restorative inquiry: A resilient response to systemic harm?

Improvement work
Hitoshi Sato, Kyota Nakamura, Takeru Abe, et al.  Real-time information-sharing through a Wireless Intercom System among Anaesthesiologists to enhance their adaptive capacity in an operating department.

Karina Wahl, Axel Ros.  Experiences from Jönköping RPET / Gröna linjen, The Resilient Performance Enhancement Toolkit. A question of WAI and WAD?

Al Ross.  How dentists do Resilient Health Care with minimal support, and what they think of it.

Berit Axelsson.  An attempt to change leadership and employeeship in a complex environment during a pandemic.

Robyn Clay-Williams, Geoff Doctor, Pia Tambolero, et al.  Handover between and within systems: Using Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) to model the mental health patient journey from ambulance through the emergency department.

Claudia Guerra Disconzi, Tarcísio A. Saurin.  Rapid Response Teams: Design for Resilient Performance in Practice.

Natália Ransolin, Carolina Zani, Tarcísio Saurin, et al.  Does evidence-based design fit the complexity of healthcare services? A systematic literature review.

Harumi Kitamura, Ayumi Tokunaga, Koji Tanaka, et al.  Peer-to-peer interacting platform empowering patients with cancer and chronic diseases.

Tuesday August 17
Methods (RAG)
Carl Horsley.  What forms and maintains the current safety norm?

Birte Fagerdal, Hilda Bø Lyng, Veslemøy Guise, et al.  Adaptive capacity in hospital teams- A multiple case study.

Mariam Safi, Frans Brandt Kristensen, Robyn clay-Williams, et al.  Supporting and managing the resilient performance of a medical ambulatory care using the Resilience Assessment Grid (RAG).

Elizabeth Austin.  Dynamic sustainability in the Emergency Department: Using Cognitive Work Analysis to model and design resilient systems.

Methods (FRAM-RAG)
Kazue Nakajima.  An FRAM analysis of a fatal medication adverse event for proactive safety management by understanding everyday clinical work.

Marit S. de Vos, David van Valkenburg. Safety-II in the Labor Ward: FRAM & resilience potentials to assess everyday practice.

Stela Xavier Terra, Tarcisio Abreu Saurin, Flavio Sanson Fogliatto, et al.  Relationships between resilient health care and workload: an exploratory study.

Janet C Long, Kate Churruca, Louise Ellis, et al.  Three short stories of key players and resilience told with sociograms.

Wednesday August 18
System level adaptations
Carl Horsley.  The Extraordinary is Built on the Everyday.

Cecilie Haraldseid-Driftland.  The role of collaborative learning in resilience in healthcare – A thematic qualitative metasynthesis of resilience narratives.

Hilda Bøe Lyng.  Balancing adaptation and innovation for resilience in healthcare – a meta-synthesis of narratives.

Lev Zhuravsky.  Dancing Among Chaos: Creating Shared Understanding in Low-Chance, High-Impact Events.

Louise Ellis, Janet C Long, Mitch Sarkies, et al.  System interactions: Exploration of individual and system resilient characteristics in the implementation of a community-based mental health intervention.

Covid-19 (1)
Jane K. O’Hara.  Scaffolding our systems: How did the public co- create healthcare system resilience during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Shawna Perry.  Preserving newly demonstrated healthcare worker resilience: “Can old systems really learn new tricks?”

Ellen Deutsch.  Simulation: an honest broker to span boundaries.

Andrew Smaggus, Janet Long, Louise Ellis, et al.  Resilient Health Care and Health Systems Resilience: Two sides of the same coin or different coins?

Covid-19 (2)
Andrew Johnson.  Co-Design in Crisis – Development of an Ethical Guide to Decision Making in COVID-19.

Shin Nakajima.  A case study about how to demonstrate the graceful extensibility amid the COVID-19 pandemic under resource constraints in a Japanese hospital.

Kazuki Sasaki.  Crisis management:Our approaches to surgeries under COVID-19 crisis.


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