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Master students from Jönköping Academy present
Improvement work in progress:

Jönköping Academy’s Masterprogram in Quality Improvement and Leadership offers education in health and welfare improvement at all levels. The idea of the program is to embrace learning in a close connection between theory and practice by doing. The students are leading an improvement project and study it. The multi-professional education will develop a competency for leading and improving in health and social care. At the microsystemfestival our last year students will present their improvement work in progress. The projects present a wide range of themes, as the students are conducting their improvement work in their own context, based on the latest research in Improvement Science.

Welcome to experience the students ongoing improvement work, not completed, but in many cases very important and promising.

A shift from social isolation to meaningful engagement

Presenter: Mercy Chebbet

Care managers – a person-centred manner to work in primary care

Presenter: Andrea Leitzig

Coproducing pain management

Presenter: Jonas Roshage

Defibulation during pregnancy

Presenter: Hanna Edvardsson

Early detection of risk factors to reduce the risk of foot complications for patients with diabetes in need of orthopaedic shoes and orthotics

Presenter: Maja Ahlberg

Family-focused conversation to increase patient participation in psychiatric inpatient care

Presenter: Helena Fager

Improved Biobank Consent Process

Presenter: Marija Armus

Imroving an intraoperative hand-over process

Presenter: Cornelia Sandner

Individual assessment

Presenter: Caroline Torell

Keep the skin intact!

Presenter: Ulrika Grenholm

Not just time spent but care given

Presenter: Karin Cleaver

Nursing rounds, an improvement project at a heart surgery ward

Presenter: Åsa Jönsson

Prevention of neurotoxic side effects after chemotherapy

Presenter: Lisette Forsberg

Prevention of transmission of microorganisms to patients

Presenter: Linda Thuresson

Safer children, growing up free from violence and abuse

Presenter: Charlotte Flink Oskarsson

Time in the hand

Presenter: Viktoria Markusson

Uncertainty is the worst thing that exists

Presenter: Felicia Trabelsi

Using innovation technology to enable best possible treatment recommendations for patients with cancer

Presenter: Erika Sarvik

When improving pet health improves pet owner health

Presenter: Meredith Simmons

Why are they leaving

Presenter: Anna Bergelin

Why don’t we get feedback on what we do

Presenter: Erik Vennberg

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.