The Microsystem Festival will take place at Qulturum, House B4, County Hospital Ryhov in the city of Jönköping, Sweden
The PowerPoint-presentations from our Keynote Speakers, that gave consent, will be published on the website after the conference.
Some seminars will be pre-recorded and published on the website from March 1.
Detailed directions are available here:
You can register for the Microsystem Festival 2023 using the form on our website. The registration will open in December 2022.
The price to attend is 2500 SEK per day. At current exchange rates, 2500 SEK is approximately £200 (UK pounds sterling) or €250 (Euros).
If you wish to attend all three festival days you will receive a complimentary discount of 1000 SEK (appr. £80 (UK pounds sterling) or €100 (Euros).
All prices are exclusive of VAT.
Please visit https://www.jkpg.com/en/ for further information on the city.
The dress code for the conference is smart-casual. Daytime temperatures range from -10C to +-0C in Jönköping in February/March. Remember that the weather in Sweden during early spring can be very unstable. Please take a look at the weather report (www.yr.no) before you do your packing and remember to always bring a pair of sensible and comfortable shoes. The streets can be slippery and icy.
The conference is organised by Qulturum, the improvement unit of Region Jönköping County in collaboration with the International network of Clinical Microsystems.
The Improvement Science Day is organised by Futurum, the education and research unit of Region Jönköping County, together with Jönköping Academy.
The conference language is English. All sessions will be held in English.
The Clinical Microsystem Festival is intended for you as a leader, CEO, improvement coach or anyone working to improve quality in healthcare. The Festival includes an Improvement Science Day on March 2 for researchers and those who are interested in advancing knowledge of clinical microsystems and quality improvement.
The Improvement Science Day is an extra conference day for researchers and those who are interested in advancing knowledge of clinical microsystems and quality improvement.