Co-productive interprofessional ward rounds: Learning and improvement emerging in the practice, not arranged beside it

The findings form a study of a model of ward round, designed through quality improvement work, demonstrate how the landscape of daily ward rounds have the opportunities to change to co-productive interprofessional learning rounds. Through that change being sources for continual learning and improvements out of different aspects. Practice architectures that was part of the theoretical framework and analytical tool for the study, can also be a practical improvement tool when identifying needs of and making changes.

Presenter/s: Karin Thörne (Futurum, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)