Documentation 2020

The Microsystem Festival – February 26

Keynote I

Presenter: Göran Henriks

Block A – Mini courses

A1 – Patient and professionals as transformers in a digi-physical Health Care
Presenters: Göran Henriks and Helen Bevan

A2 – Team Coaching Can Make a Difference in Achieving Improvement goals
Presenters: Marjorie Godfrey and Randy Messier

A3 – Continuous improvements – learning in TeamLABS
Presenters: Maria Johansson, Marcus Lidin, Magnus Berndtzon and Elsa Ask

A4 – Co-production in action! Welcome to the first International ESTHER improvement café

A5 – Programmed Compassion?
Anders Ekholm

Keynote II

I had two choices – and I chose to live
Keynote speaker: Shahrzad Kiavash

The Microsystem Festival – February 27

Block B – Parallel seminars

B1 (Contains two presentations)

B3 – Co-productive interprofessional ward rounds: Learning and improvement emerging in the practice, not arranged beside it
Presenter: Karin Thörne

B4 – Talk about it! Courage – Joy of life – Life purpose
Presenters: Anna-Karin Jeppsson and Thomas Sjöberg

B5 – Partnership with Patients and Families to Coproduce Care
Presenter: Cindy George

B6 – Preparing for the future – a macro perspective on health care delivery
Presenters: Joakim Edvinsson, Ilirjana Bajraktari, Inger Meland Buene and Ralph So

B7 – Future healthcare
Presenters: Mats Bojestig and Anette Nilsson

Keynote III

From God to Guide – a Digital (R)evolution
Keynote speaker: Nasim Farrokhnia

Block C – Parallel seminars

C1 (contains two presentations)

C3 (contains two presentations)

C4  (contains two presentations)

C5 – Patient Compact support personcentered care and empower the inhabitants to a better Healthcare
Presenters: Maria Johansson, Magdalena Fritzon and Elsa Ask

C6 – Leadership Makes the Difference – Practicing humble leadership and new skills can lead to new levels of trust and open communication between leaders and interprofessionals.
Presenter: Marjorie Godfrey

C8 – Psychological Safe – essential learning and change in clinical microsystems
Presenters: Lia Fluit and Tim Klaassen

C9 – A radical manifesto for future health & healthcare
Presenters: Göran Henriks and Helen Bevan

Improvement Science Day – February 28

Keynote V

The use of simulations to increase the understanding of how decisions could affect safety on micro, meso and macro level in systems
Keynote speaker: Kiku Pukk Härenstam

Four Selectable Themes

Theme 1 – Workshop
Psychological Safe and Healthy Learning and Working
Presenters: Lia Fluit and Tim Klaassen

Theme 2 – Workshop
Gaming and simulation are versatile tools for system exploration and learning
Presenter: Kiku Pukk Härenstam

Theme 3 – Workshop
Transforming quality registrers into learning improvement networks
Presenters: Brant Oliver, Dennis Nordvall and Martin Rejler

Theme4 – Three seminars

  1. Co-production between immigrant and refugee patients and healthcare professionals: a scoping review
    Presenter: Christina Radl-Karimi
  2. Reduced antibiotic therapy and hospital stay in term neonates with suspected early onset sepsis after introduction of new treatment guidelines
    Presenter: Johan Gyllensvärd
  3. What matters to ESTHER in Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Knee Arthroplasty
    Presenter: Esther Lim

The programme for Microsystem festival 2022 will be build around the five success factors for high performing clinical microsystems.

Each stream will be devoted to one of the success factors and it will comprise of a key-note, a few presentations of improvement work and cases and an international team work problem- solving challenge facilitated by a coach from Qulturum, Region Jönköping County.

At the festival, you will be given many opportunities to exchange experiences and ideas with people from all over the world. People, who share your passion for microsystems and quality improvement and who come to the festival because they believe in the power of Synergy and the importance of spreading Energy for change.