X4: This matters to me! Creating safe, person-centred care in co-production with patients and families
(Region Kronoberg – hosted on site at Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre, 11:00-16:15)
Monday 20 June 2022 | 11:00-16:15
Stream: Person and Family-Centered care
This experience day programme will be held on-site at the Swedish Exhibition and Congress Centre between 11:00 – 16:15.
Welcome to an interactive day presenting new models and tools combined with the components of humanity and patient power.
You will be the first to hear about PEP- Professional Experienced People, and learn about different examples of quality improvement initiatives, including:
- Dialogues with patients – this matters to me!
- Kronoberg model – a structured model for serious illness conversations
- Listen carefully! When do we listen and when do we merely hear?
- Virtual Reality as a person-centred tool
- Children and youth as care developers
This session is hosted by Region Kronoberg, a county located in the south of Sweden, three hours by car from Gothenburg. A “Kronobergare” is often characterised as a serious and energetic person who is modest with their effort. The Region provides health care for the 200.000 inhabitants in the county of Kronoberg, which consists of eight municipalities. The county is known for industry and service based on forestry and digitalisation, glass, furniture, design, forests and lakes. The county seat of Växjö is home to Linnaeus University, which Region Kronoberg works closely with. The small size of the county enables strong and efficient co-production and cooperation. This is defined as 13 promises in the development health care strategy Closer to the population.