Open seminar: The future of leadership in healthcare – supporting resilience and mental wellbeing

Friday 15 March 2024 09:00-13:00,
Ydalir Hotel.

SHARE - Center for Resilience in Healthcare hosts a open seminar about the future of leadership in healthcare. Join the discussion with this wide selection of international guests!

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European elderly care experiences labour shortages, lack of qualified healthcare workers and a major mismatch of capacity and demands in healthcare services, causing stress, burnout, and reduced mental health and wellbeing among healthcare workers, leaders, and informal caregivers across the world. In this seminar international recognized researchers from all over the world will join us in the discussion related to how can we meet these challanges and overcome them together.


0900-0915Welcome  Dean Eldar Søreide, University of Stavanger, Norway
0915-0930Introduction to the future of leadership and support for the workforce and informal caregiversProfessor Siri Wiig, Centre Director SHARE, University of Stavanger, Norway
0930-1000Managing risk in hazardous conditions: why isn’t improvisation enough?Professor Charles Vincent, University of Oxford, England
1000-1030We can no longer accept system failures harming patients reoccurring again, and again, and again – Sustaining change through leadershipProfessor Catherine Calderwood, University of Strathclyde, Scotland
1100-1130Measuring support for resilience and mental wellbeing – what do we know and how can this help?Senior Research Fellow, Louise Ellis, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia
1130-1200Leadership to support patients’ and families’ resilience and mental wellbeing – Widening the horizon of healthcareMartin Hatlie, Founding Member, Patients For Patient Safety, USA
1200-1230Panel discussion with speakersChair Ass. Professor Cecilie Haraldseid-Driftland
1230-1300Pizza and mingling 

Sign up for the seminar here.

Please note that the registration is binding.