Speaker handouts and presentations from Gothenburg 2016

Tuesday, 12 April 2016


M1

Vulnerable children and their care quality issues: A descriptive analysis of a national database – Adhnan Omar

Building improvement capacity in healthcare organizations: experiences from the Västra Götaland Region in Sweden – Bo Bergman

Beyond safety: reassessing waiting-list prioritization criteria for occupational therapy in home care – Marie-Helene Raymond

Redesigning the COPD pathway: what can we learn from supply chain management? – Sharon Williams


Opening keynote: The development of the Improvement Sciences internationally and in Sweden…opportunities and challenges – Boel Andersson-Gӓre and Johan Thor


 

M2

M2:Let’s Get Social! Improving Care Through The Power Of Social Media

 

M3

M3:Leading Improvement Efforts For Global Health Leaders – Slides

M3:Leading Improvement Efforts For Global Health Leaders – Handout 1

M3:Leading Improvement Efforts For Global Health Leaders – Handout 2

M3:Leading Improvement Efforts For Global Health Leaders – Handout 3

M3:Leading Improvement Efforts For Global Health Leaders – Handout 4

 

M4 and M8

M4 and M7:Planning, Organising, Implementing And Sustaining Patient Safety – Slides 1

M4 and M7:Planning, Organising, Implementing And Sustaining Patient Safety – Slides 2

M4 and M7:Planning, Organising, Implementing And Sustaining Patient Safety – Slides 3

 

M5

M5:Rocking The Boat But Staying In It: How To Be A Great Change Agent

 

M7

M7:Leadership Strategies To Improve Global Health – Slides

M7:Leadership Strategies To Improve Global Health – Participant Guide

 

M9

M9:Rocking The Boat But Staying In It: How To Be A Great Change Agent


Wednesday, 13 April 2016


A1

A1:Clinical Improvement: Examples of Excellence in The Netherlands and Sweden

 

A2

A2:Empowering Clinical Staff To Drive Improvement

 

A3

A3:Co-Production With Patients And Families: Moving From “Caring For” To “Caring With”

 

A4

A4:Patient Reported Outcomes To Accelerate Change

 

A5

A5:Strengthening Leadership In The Clinical Environment: Global Approaches To Building Capability, Improving Safety And Operating More Effectively

 

A6

A6:Mobile Technology: Keeping Up With Catapulting Change

 

A7

A7:Collaborate To Create And Test A Robust Safety Framework

 

A8

A8:Achieving The Highest Patient Satisfaction Through Efficient Care

 

A9

A9:Achieving Results With Accountable Care

 

A10

A10:Movie Matinee, Special Double Feature Show: Safety And Resilience

 

A11

A11:Transforming Data For Sustainable Global Health

 

B1

B1:Aligning interdisciplinary education and quality improvement through the cycle of learning

 

B2

B2:National Strategies To Build Capability For Quality Improvement

 

B3

B3:Innovating Through Co-design And Co-production

 

B4

B4:Outcomes To Measure Effective Improvement

 

B5

B5:Setting up an organisational wide quality improvement programme – Everything you need to know in 90 minutes

 

B6

B6:Developing National Quality Strategies With Global Governments

 

B7

B7:Building A Measurement System That Works!

 

B8

B8:Nurses As Key Integrators Of Patient And Family Care

 

B9

B9:Engaging Patients In Their Own Health – Slides 1

B9:Engaging Patients In Their Own Health – Slides 2

 

B10

B10:World Health Organization (WHO) Workshop on Patient and Family Engagement

 

B11

B11:How do we redefine health?

 

C1

C1:Greg Price’s Personal Story

 

C2

C2:Improvement programmes are yesterday’s news: it’s the era of the improvement platform

 

C3

C3:Improving Patient Flow, Experience And Efficiency

 

C4

C4:Collaborative Partnerships To Improve Outcomes For Patients

 

C5

C5:Nurse Learning On A Massive Scale

 

C6

C6:Lessons From India: Approaches For Large-Scale Spread

 

C7

C7:Engaging Employees In Wellness

 

C8

C8:Swedish Register Of Palliative Care

 

C10

C10:Nurses Forging A Culture Of Person-Centred Care

 

C11

C11:Modern Quality Control: Driving System-Wide Standards With Patient-Centred Designs

 

K2

Keynote2:Providing Best Healthcare During the European Refugee Crisis – Mobilising Health And Care Support Services


Thursday, 14 April 2016


D1

D1:Movie Matinee – The Action Sequel: Quality Versus Costs

 

D2

D2:Clinician Leadership – Slides 1

D2:Clinician Leadership – Slides 2

 

D3

D3:Empowering Nurse Leadership

 

D4

D4:Supporting People With Dementia: A Person-Centred Approach

 

D5

D5:Collaborating Across Organisational Silos To Improve Patient Care – Slides 1

D5:Collaborating Across Organisational Silos To Improve Patient Care – Slides 2

 

D6

D6:Optimising Costs And Outcomes In Healthcare: From Theory To Real Life, With Insights From ICHOM And ERAS Society

 

D7

D7:Mobilising Improvement And Learning At Scale Across Systems

 

D8

D8:The True Value And Cost Of Achieving High Performing Health Systems

 

D9

D9:Writing For Publication – How To Write An Abstract And Share The Lessons Of Your Work

 

D11

D11:Managing Innovation, What Health Care Organizations Need To Know

 

D12

D12:Successful Control Of Antibiotic Use In Sweden

 

E1

E1:Effective and efficient lifelong learning for quality improvement

 

E2

E2:Reducing Medication Errors – Slides 1

E2:Reducing Medication Errors – Slides 2

 

E3

E3:Making “What Matters To You” Happen

 

E4

E4:Achieving Integrated Care – Slides 1

E4:Achieving Integrated Care – Slides 2

 

E5

E5:Engaging Clinicians for Transformational Change: Lessons from Virginia Mason Medical Center

 

E6

E6:Conquering PDSA Cycles To Create Sustained Change

 

E7

E7:High-Impact Leadership: The Newest Thinking For Sustained Improvement In A Changing World

 

E8

E8:100 Million Healthier Lives: Global Collaboration For Population Health

 

E9

E9:Listening To And Hearing Patients’ Stories

 

E10

E10:Creating Value For Those Who Need Us! Person-Centred Care Provided By Foundations, Associations and Patient Organisations In Nordic Countries

 

E11

E11:Sweden: Leading The Way In Integrated Care

 

F1

F1:Transformation With Confidence

 

F2

F2:Hello Family: A Patient And Family Partnership Tool Kit

 

F3

F3:Adaptive Design: The Key To Successful Large-Scale Improvement

 

F4

F4:Allied Healthcare Professionals: Cultivating The Next Generation

 

F5

F5:Integrating Health And Social Care: Lessons From Scotland

 

F7

F7:Dance For Parkinson´s Disease

 

F8

F8:We Count Our Successes In Lives!

 

F9

F9:Engaging Staff And Service Users To Partner In Quality Improvement

 

F10

F10:Optimised Value In Healthcare

 

F11

F11:Aligning Management And Doctors To Transform Care Delivery: A New Model

 

K3

Keynote3:Olivia Wigzell – Sweden:The Birthplace Of Quality Improvement

 

N5

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Handout 1

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Handout 2

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Handout 3

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Handout 4

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Handout 5

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – Links to video resources

N5:Learning And Networking Session: Let’s Run An Un-Conference! – slides


Friday, 15 April 2016


G1

G1:Around the world in mental health QI

 

G2

G2:The Swedish National Quality Registries and their contribution to best possible care for patients

 

G4

G4:Mobilising Rising Leaders To Improve Care

 

G5

G5:Perfect Care In Diabetes: Improvement Through Redesign

 

G6

G6:Improving Maternal And Newborn Referral Processes In Ghana, Ethiopia And Nigeria

 

G7

G7:Involving Patients In Root Cause Analysis

 

G8

G8:Simultaneously Improving Quality And Cost Across Health Systems

 

G11

G11:Policy in the real world of delivery – Part 1: National priorities for health and social care policy

 

H1

H1:Quality Improvement: A Policy Strategy

 

H2

H2:Professors To Plumbers: Engaging All To Lead Quality Improvement

 

H3

H3:Leveraging Clinical Pathways To Improve Quality Of Care And Resource Utilisation

 

H4

H4:Factors Influencing Large-Scale Implementation Of Complex Interventions

 

H5

H5:Culture on prescription – rehabilitation through culture

 

H6

H6:Patients As Educators Of Executives

 

H7

H7:Millennial Healthcare: The Journey From Public To Population Health

 

H8

H8:Transferring Learning Between Countries – But How?

 

H9

H9:Tackling Brazil’s C-Section Problem: Overcoming Myths And Barriers Using National QI Scale-Up

 

H10

H10:Networked Mobile And Complex Care For Elderly Patients

 

I1

I1:THE FORUM Q-FACTOR LIVE!

 

I2

I2:Improving The Quality Of Care For High-Risk Surgical Patients

 

I3

I3:Improving Experience Through Regular Shadowing Events

 

I4

I4:Meeting The Needs Of Populations: Practical Advice From 7 Years of Learning From The IHI Triple Aim

 

I5

I5:Value-Based Steering On A Multiregional Level In Sweden

 

I6

I6:HIV-Free Survival: Reducing Transmission To 5% From Mother To Baby

 

I7

I7:Learning From Patients To Improve Communication, Safety, And Quality

 

I8

I8:Masterclass: Improve The Success Of Your Quality Improvement Program – Handout 1

I8:Masterclass: Improve The Success Of Your Quality Improvement Program – Handout 2

I8:Masterclass: Improve The Success Of Your Quality Improvement Program – Handout 3

I8:Masterclass: Improve The Success Of Your Quality Improvement Program – slides

 

K5

Keynote5:(Part a) Rebels At Work: Challenging The Mindset To Improve And Innovate – Lois Kelly

Keynote5:(Part b) Frugal Innovation: How To Do More With Less – Jaideep Prabhu

 

N12

N12:Learning and Networking Session: Better Lives For Older People With Complex Health Conditions