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The Resilient Health Care Society Summer Meeting 2023 (presentations)

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The Resilient Health Care Society Preconference 2023


Monday 22 May

07:30 – 08:30 Registration at Blue Heron Room
08:15 – 08:30 Introductions
Welcome and Introduction of Speakers and Facilitators
Mary Patterson
08:30 – 09:00 30 min 1. Background and Introduction to Safety I and Safety II and RHC Robyn Clay-William
 Description/definitions and System
 Graceful Extensibility
09:00 – 09:30 30 min  Discussion (facilitator: Carl Horsley)
09:30 – 09:50 Break
09:50 – 11:05 2. Explanation of Concepts
30 min  Work as imagined and work as done Ellen Deutsch
 Efficiency thoroughness trade-offs (ETTO)
 Complex adaptive systems
25 min  Resilience potentials and collaborative learning Siri Wiig and Cecile Haraldseid
20 min  Resilience capacities Hilda Lyng
11:05 – 11:35 30 min  Discussion (facilitator: Kazue Nakajima)
11:35 – 12:35 Lunch
12:35 – 14:05 3. Models and Strategies
15 min  Resilience Analysis Grid (System capacity model) Mary Patterson
15 min  CARE model Birte Fagerdal
20 min  Functional Resonance Analysis Method (FRAM) Axel Ros
20 min  Resilience engineering and risk management Robyn Clay-Williams
20 min  Role of patients and families in resilience engineering Veslemoy Guise
14:05 – 14:35 30 min  Discussion (facilitator: Siri Wiig)
14:35 – 15:00 Break
15:00 – 15:30 30 min 4. Resilient Healthcare in Action Carl Horsley
15:30 – 16:00 30 min  Discussion (facilitator: Robyn Clay-Williams)
16:00 – 16:30 30 min 5. Closing Thoughts and Summary Jeffrey Braithwaite
16:30 – 17:00 30 min Discussion & Questions(facilitator: Axel Ros)


The Resilient Health Care Society Summer Meeting 2023


Tuesday 23 May – Day 1 Theme: Key RHC initiatives (RiH project, CARE model, methods/research) (Moderator)

07:30 – 08:30 Registration at Blue Heron Room
08:30 – 09:00 30 min Welcome and introductions Mary Patterson and ExCom members
09:00 – 10:00 60 min Session 1 Resilience Engineering and Safety II – Current State and How We Got here.
Jeffrey Braithwaite, Mary Patterson, Robyn Clay-Williams, Siri Wiig, Kazue Nakajima, Axel Ros.
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee break
10:30 – 12:00 90 min Session 2 (Siri Wiig)
S2-1 Horsley C. The Limits of Resilience: adaptive coping and structural constraint.
S2-2 Guise V, et al. Principles for patient and stakeholder involvement in resilience in healthcare.
S2-3 O’Hara J, et al. A framework for conceiving and organising the work undertaken by patients and families to co-create safety: The Safety Work and Safety Capital (SWaSC) Model.
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:30 90 min Session 3 (Axel Ros)
S3-1 Nakajima K, et al. A methodological approach to identify measures for mitigating performance adjustments causing a systemic problem.
S3-2 Austin E, et al. Capacities for resilience in the Emergency Department: Viewing a complex system model through a conceptual framework.
S3-3 Chuang S, et al. Using the Covid-19 events to explore the mutual effects between system resilience and individual resilience in surgical services.
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee break
15:00 – 16:30 90 min Session 4 (Carl Horsley)
S4-1 Abe T. Enablers for synthesizing resilience performance in different types of medical teams in Japanese university hospitals.
S4-2 Fagerdal B, et al. Health system factors’ influence on teams’ adaptive capacity – a case study in two Norwegian hospitals.
S4-3 Clay-Williams R, et al. Understanding misalignments and adaptations in the hospital Emergency Department, and their contribution to resilient performance.
18:30 – Dinner at the Salt Life Restaurant (directly across the street from the hotel)


Wednesday 24 May – Day 2 Theme: New perspectives (students, new participants)

08:30 – 09:30 60 min Session 5 (Takeru Abe)
S5-1 Ransolin N, et al. Built environment knowledge for resilient performance in the connecting areas of a surgical unit.
S5-2 Tsandila-Kalakou F, et al. Resilience factors contributing to healthcare professionals’
adaptive capacity with hospital standardization: A scoping review.
09:30 – 10:00 Coffee break
10:00 – 11:30 90 min Session 6 (Ellen Deutsch)
S6-1 Akerjordet K, et al. Reaching toward resilient leadership.
S6-2 Safi M, et al. The application of Resilience Assessment Grid: A managerial tool?
S6-3 Seljemo C, et al. The role of local context for manager`s experiences and strategies when adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic in Norwegian homecare services. A-multiple case study.
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 14:00 90 min Session 7 (Kazue Nakajima)
S7-1 Erga C, et al. What does sensemaking has to offer to the field of resilient health care?
S7-2 Askeland S, et al. Service providers’ adaptations to ensure coordinated and family-centered care for children with cerebral palsy.
S7-3 Øyri S, et al. Stakeholder involvement in internal and external inspection of adverse event-a multi-level study of hospitals and regulatory inspection bodies in Norway.
14:00 – 14:30 Short break
14:30 – 14:45 15 min Session 8 – Posters (3 min each) (Mary Patterson)
S8-1 Haase Juhl M, et al. Increasing resilience in primary care? Co-creating knowledge to
improve medication safety in nursing homes based on perceptions of patient safety culture at the frontline.
S8-2 Ellis L, et al. Resilient Health Care research during COVID-19: A scoping review of study methods, tools, and factors that develop resilience.
S8-3 Lofquist E. Measuring the effects of leadership interactions on resilient behaviors mediated by psychological safety in patient care.
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 – 16:30 75 min Session 9 Remembering Robert Wears (Jeffrey Braithwaite)
18:00 – Dinner at the hotel on the Anastasia/Coquina Terrace


Thursday 25 May – Day 3 Theme: translating into practice (clinical, training)

08:30 – 10:00 90 min Session 10 (Siri Wiig)
S10-1 Baxter R, et al. Translation of RHC theory into practice; further findings from an empirical study first presented at RHC2022.
S10-2 Har aldseid-Driftland C, et al. Learning does not just happen. Establishing learning principles for tools helping to translate resilience into practice, based on a participatory approach.
S10-3 Lyng HB, et al. Healthcare personnel’s use of boundary objects when translating resilience into practise.
10:00 – 10:30 Coffee break
10:30 – 12:00 90 min Session 11 (Axel Ros)
S11-1 Patterson M, et al. Debriefing using Safety II Principles.
S11-2 Liao F, et al. Engineering windows to resilient performance in holistic care training.
S11-3 Liao AH, et al. Improving Surgical Nurses’ Retention Rate using a System-Based Individual Resilience Model at a University Hospital.
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:30 90 min Session 12 (Kazue Nakajima)
S12-1 Takizawa M, et al. Designing medication prescription alerts management system to reduce
alert fatigue.
S12-2 Carrigan A, et al. Twenty-one years and still going strong: a case study of the resilience and sustainability of a Type 1 Diabetes transition program.
S12-3 Weggelaar M, et al. Met Verve Nurses in the Lead for Patient Safety.
14:30 – 15:00 Coffee break
15:00 – 17:00 120 min Session 13 (Jeffrey Braithwaite and Robyn Clay-Williams)
What have we heard and what have we learned (incl. coffee break)
18:30 – Dinner at the Columbia. 98 St George St, St. Augustine, FL 32084


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