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Programme PROFRES workshop

Programme PROFRES workshop
October 13. 2014, 09.00-15.30 - University of Stavanger

Workshop theme: Professions-Oriented and Practice-Relevant Research focused on “Collaborative work”

Location: Måltidets hus (IPark area, 2 min walk from campus University of Stavanger
Room: hos Marit

Participants: PhD- candidates, supervisors, PROFRES partners with interest for the theme “Collaborative work”. Professor John Carpenter and Dr. Sarah Hean will also participate.

 Objectives:

  • to stimulate networking and debate on possible research collaboration regarding the PROFRES theme “Collaborative work”
  • to share research results, research questions, methodological issues  and research ideas focused on the PROFRES theme “Collaborative work”

09:00-09:15 Introduction /Opening of the Workshop

09:00-12:00 Round table dialogues with abstract discussions, comments and discussion. Two parallel sessions

Session I (session leader Prof Elisabeth Willumsen and participating researcher Prof John Carpenter)
Room: hos Marit

09:15-09:45 Guro Øydgard (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiN: Citizenship and how collaboration systems influences citizenship for people with dementia

09:45-10:15 Catrine Fredriksen Moe (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiN: Careproviders experiences of working with everyday rehabilitation /everyday rehabilitaion as multidisciplinary service

10:15-10:30 Coffee/tea

10:30-11:00 Siv Sæbjørnsen (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiS and University college of Molde: Interprofessional collaboration about and together with vulnerable adolescents

11:00-11:30 Inger-Lise Magnussen (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiN: An action research in Norwegian nursing homes.

11:30-12.00 Anita Moen Hakestad (ph.d.-candidate) UiS and university college of Stord Haugesund: How interprofessional teams interact in the specialist health  and community care

Session II (session leader Prof Atle Odegard and participating researcher Dr. Sarah Hean)
Room: Møterom 1

09:15-09:45 Ingrid Midteide Løkken (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) University college of Buskerud and Vestfold: Childrens social and emotional development in kindergarten /relation between the child and adult

09:45-10:15 Reidun Solheim Stavland (lecturer) university college of Stord Haugesund: Adolecents experiences of dropout from school and their mental condition

10:15-10:30 Coffee/tea

10:30-11:00 Gry Cecilie Høiland (ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiS: Interorganisational and interprofessional collaboration for service innovation in work inclusion for young people with Asberger syndrom

11:00-11:30 Kari Ludvigsen (ph.d., research leader) UniRokkan research centre, university of Bergen: New professional roles in municipal health care/the relationship between skill mix and interprofessional teamwork

11:30-12.00 Daisy Princeton(ph.d-candidate, PROFRES) UiS and university college of Stord Haugesund. Coordinating care of elderly patients with surgical wounds


12:00-13:00    Lunch (can be purchased in the cafeteria)

Room: hos Marit

13:00-15:00 Presentations from actors in the practical fields: The collaborative bridge – between the practice field and academia.

13:00-13:45 Welfare: “I want to learn!” Nicole Janssen, Stavanger Municipality /Stavanger Kommune (Presentation 15 minutes/followed by 30 minutes discussion)

13:45-14:30 Health: Telephonic follow-up of the knee and prosthesis operated patient.
Elisabeth Lundal, RN, assistant nurse manager and Iris Skeie Steine, RN, Stavanger University Hospital (Presentation 15 minutes/followed by 30 minutes discussion)

14:30-15:30 Comments and Discussion- summing up and planning for future research collaboration ideas for mutual projects.