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SHARE’s international quality and safety in healthcare seminar: “Learning across countries and sectors”

Wednesday 24 August 2022 09:00-15:00,
Ydalir Campus Hotel: Telegrafdirektør Heftyes vei 99, 4021 Stavanger https://goo.gl/maps/zpX2c4SPJYv.

Host: SHARE Centre for Resilience in Healthcare, University of Stavanger

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Program

09.00-09.35

Welcome

The Future of Healthcare to 2030: Implications for Norway

Jeffrey Braithwaite, Professor, founding Director, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia/Professor II SHARE, and Siri Wiig, Professor, Centre Director of SHARE, Norway

09.35-10.00

The Safe care Study: Safety of Healthcare in

the inpatient setting in the U.S

David Bates, Professor, Harvard Medical School, USA/Professor II SHARE

10.00-10.25

Safety-2 in action: a paradigmatic challenge

Jessica Mesman, Associate Professor, Maastricht University in the Netherlands

10.25-10.45

Coffee break

10.45-11.05

Co-design, evaluate and scale resilience, quality, and safety in complex dynamic systems.

Elizabeth Austin, Postdoctoral Researcher at Macquarie University, Australia

11.05-11.30

Making sense of cyber resilience in critical infrastructures

Tor Olav Grøtan, Senior Research Scientist, SINTEF, Norway

11.30-12.30

Lunch

12.30-12.55

The nature and need for slack in health services

Tarcisio Abreu Sauri, Associate Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

12.55-13.20

Implementation of a state-wide value-based care program in Australia: learnings from a realist study.

Janet Long, Senior Research Fellow, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australia

13.20-13.45

Does double-checking medications in paediatrics make things safer?

Joanna Westbrook, Professor, Director of the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Australia

13.45-14.00

Coffee break

14.00- 14.25

A complexity science approach to why patient safety investigations are not achieving their aim of reducing harm

Peter Hibbert, Associate Professor, Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Centre for Healthcare Resilience and Implementation Science, Australia

14.25-15.00

Open session – panel discussions

Registration

Please contact Research coordinator / Postdoctoral researcher Inger Johanne Bergerød if you want to participate.

E-mail: inger.j.bergerod@uis.no

Contact person

Postdoktor
University of Stavanger
Faculty of Health Sciences

Department of Quality and Health Technology