Speaker handouts and presentations from Amsterdam 2018

Wednesday

M1: International Science and Research Symposium – Slides 1 

M1: International Science and Research Symposium – Slides 2

M1: International Science and Research Symposium – Slides 3

M3(1): Don’t keep it a secret… – Slides

M4: Facilitating Collaboration, Improving Care: Anesthesia’s Role in Safe Obstetrics – Slides 

M8: Engaged Physicians Transform Care – Slides 

X1: Full-scale hospital transformation to high quality, appropriate and person centered care

X5: Welcome to the Erasmus MC Rotterdam

X6: Experience Day: Simulation Team Training

X8: Business Modelling and Lean Six Sigma in the Orthopaedic Clinic

Thursday

Keynote 1: How to move from fixed to growth mindset

A1: Choosing Wisely International: from an idea to an international movement

A4: Can we really learn anything useful from aviation?

A5: How can we use technology to reach patients in the community?

A5: How can we use technology to reach patients in the community?

A6: Working with complex patients: a playbook and its stories

A7: How norms and guidelines hinder quality in Dutch and German hospitals – Towards parsimony in guideline development and smartness in implementation

B1: Not another session on culture

B2: Social movement transforming emergency care from the bottom up

B3: What has inspection ever done for improvement?

B4: Antimicrobial resistance in healthcare? Everyone’s business! 

B5: How innovation can bring real solutions to intractable problems in healthcare delivery

B6: Optimizing Patient Flow by Reducing Variability and Aligning Capacity with Demand

B7: Designing and managing community-based scale-up efforts

B8: The essential human side of transforming healthcare performance

C1: High intensity mental health crisis: developing a network of global solutions

C2: Breaking the rules for better care

C3: From transparency to collaboration – taking patient accessible records to the next level

C4: Smile! Our behaviour affects patient care

C5: An alternative improvement method to ‘IHI breakthrough series’, making use of data science, applied to POAD

C6: How can sustainable, resilient and scaleable improvements in patient care be created?

C7: Quality cost and value – the business case for QI

C8: Nation wide quality improvement in low and low-middle income countries: two African perspectives

EN1: Collaborating for improvement – thinking differently about improving population health

EN2: User-Driven Care in an Outpatient Clinic in Norway

EN4: Pilot project in science of improvement for the national program of patient safety in Brazil: learning experiences and challenges

EN5: From pledge to action The Journey To Spark A Revolution 

EN6: Protecting patients from harm: the science of safe communication in healthcare

EN7: Translating the evidence base for patient and family engaged care into practice

EN8: Introduction to Dutch healthcare

Friday

BR1: Partners in Population Health and Innovation

D1: Improvement collaboratives led by ministries of health to achieve PEPFAR 90-90-90 targets: examples from Namibia to Zimbabwe

D2: How leaders and health care professionals can transform health care culture together – Slides 1

D2: How leaders and health care professionals can transform health care culture together – Slides 2

D3: Collaborating to improve value: better outcomes at optimum cost

D4: Not another pill, please

D5: Engaging Junior Doctors and Emerging Leaders to Innovate and Improve Care

D6: An impact framework to show the full value of quality improvement

D7: Everyday science in the one-person laboratory: a quantified self perspective on citizen science

D8: Lessons in transforming patient safety at a national level

D9: Country hosted zone: Norway and Latvia

E1: Energy for change: a critical force for quality improvement

E2: Infection control – two international approaches

E3: Quality improvement at national level – two Scandinavian models for better health

E4: Improving Care for Specific Populations: Older Adults, Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and individuals with Mental Health Needs – Slides 1

E4: Improving Care for Specific Populations: Older Adults, Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and individuals with Mental Health Needs -Slides 2

E5: How to organise patient and family member involvement after complications or serious incidents

Improving the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases through the BMJ Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative in Ukraine

F1: Leadership lessons from the field: from sports to healthcare

F2: Clinical Leadership and Health Systems improvement as a Manpower resource development intervention

F3: Patient Safety in the Home: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities – Slides 1

F3: Patient Safety in the Home: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities – Slides 2

F4: Patient Council: how to rock the power balance

F5: Steering on quality across hospitals: from the patient’s bedside to the boardroom

F6: Finding and creating joy in work: lessons from IHI

F7: Patient-Centeredness Lessons from Around the World

F8: Improving the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases and especially dangerous pathogens through BMJ’s Clinical Decision Support Training Initiative

Keynote 4: Quality Goes Global at Last: Three Guiding Reports Soon to Arrive

L1: 2019-20 Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice