The Microsystem Festival 2019
- Program

Pre-Festival Day - February 26

A day consisting of two selectable streams:

  1. Site visits
  2. Creativity Day - Set your mind free! Interactive creative workshop

The Microsystem Festival - February 27

09.00-09.45 Registration and Morning Refreshments
09.45-10.15  Opening of the 16th Clinical Microsystem Festival
10.15-11.15 Keynote I: Sustainability
  Presenter: Göran Henriks (Qulturum, Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
Room: Originalet
11.15-12.00 My microsystem
12.00-13.15  Lunch

Block A - Mini Courses 13.15-16.45 (Afternoon Refreshments 14.30-15.00)

A1 - Coaching the Art and Science of Health Care Improvement with Team Coaching
Presenters: Marjorie Godfrey (The Dartmouth Institute, USA) et al.
Room: Visionen


A2 - Working through the 5 leadership behaviours
Presenter: Jason Leitch (Scottish Government, UK)
Room: Originalet


A3 - Gerontechnology for Sustainability
Presenters: Martina Boström (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) and Sofi Fristedt (Jönköping University, Sweden)
Room: Balansen


A4 - Doing change sustainably
Helen Bevan (National Health Service, UK), Göran Henriks and Anette Nilsson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)
Room: Landshövdingerummet, Ryhovs Herrgård


A5 - Esther Boot Camp
Presenters: Anna Carlbom (Design and Learning Centre for Clinical and Social Innovation, UK), Nicoline Vackerberg (Region Jönköping County, Sweden), Marie Winald Karlström (Modiga Mia, Sweden), Johan Thureson (patient representative, Sweden) and Caroline Ärleskog (TUC, Sweden)
Room: Dialogen


A6 - Sustainable collaboration for health
Presenters: Jesper Ekberg (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) et al.
Room: Rörelsen

17.00–18.00 Keynote II: Sustainability in all stages of life
  Presenter: Barbro Westerholm
18.00–20.00 Evening buffet with entertainment


The Microsystem Festival – Feb 28

08.00–09.00 Registration & Coffee
09.00-09.15 Opening of day two


Block B 09.15–10.15 Parallel seminars

Delivering Sustainable Mental Health Services in Singapore - The Institute of Mental Health (IMH) Perspective - through Patient and Staff Focused Approaches

Presenters: Hong Choon Chua, Raphael Lim and Tina Fang (Institute of Mental Health, Singapore)

Sustain balance and find abilities in your capacity 

Presenters: Lina Johannesson, Maria Ingebritsen, Maria Malmström and Pernilla Söderberg (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) 

Going home from hospital – better integrated care! How to plan, act and make the best transition from hospital care to home care
Presenters: Ann-Marie Thordeman and Robert Kristiansson (Uppsala County Council, Sweden)

Patient pathway from home to home - a holistic commitment to Health services in Finnmark - North of Norway
Presenter: Kristin Pedersen (The Finnmark Hospital, Norway)

Esther SimLab

Presenters: Maria Johansson, Marcus Lidin, Patrik Blomqvist and Henrik Ånfors (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

SustainAbility = LeadershipAbility

Presenters: Marjorie Godfrey (The Dartmouth Institute, USA) et al.

Sustainable value creation with the microsystem as the driving force - lessons from a 10 years journey
Thomas Schneider and Charlotte Forsberg (Bracke Diakonia, Sweden)

Improve early identification and management of adult patients with sepsis in the emergency department in the University Hospital of Northern Norway
Presenter: Trine Olsen (University Hospital of Northern Norway)

Improving the Care of Patients with Acute Kidney Injury
Presenter: Fiona Duthie (National Health Service, UK)

The St. Triduana’s Story Implementing care and support planning within a House of Care framework for people with long term conditions
Alison Fox (St Triduana's Medical Practice, Scotland) and William Kløverød Griffiths (Scotland’s House of Care Health, Scotland)

Together for a better health and equal care
Anette Nilsson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

We believe in the power of continuous learning in healthcare. Do you?
 Jaco van der Worp (Green Hart Hospital, Netherlands)


10.15–10.45 Morning Refreshments
10.45–11.45  Keynote III: “Winter is coming” how the future is catching up on us today
  PresenterLucien Engelen
11.45–12.15 "My microsystem"
12.15–13.30 Lunch


Block C 13.30–14.30 Parallel seminars

Using a novel approach, the researcher in residence model, to evaluate system sustainability
Susan Martin (National Health Service, UK), Rachael Campbell and Julian Elston (University of Plymouth, UK)

Patient compact for best possible health and equal care
Sofia Persson and Magdalena Fritzson (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

Co-production – essential to achieve and maintain sustainable care

Presenters: Annmargreth Kvarnefors and Patrik Blomqvist (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)

A healthy working place for a healthy working life
Agata Rukat (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) and Ylva Wikland (Gislaved municipality, Sweden)

Boston RESILIENT: Using student engagement, co-design, and community organizing to share narratives of hope from the opioid epidemic 
Presenter: Galina Gheihman (Harvard Medical School, USA)

“We make it easy to get it right” when handling medicines. Nine nursing homes going from short term project thinking to systematic and sustainable quality improvement
Dorte Münter (Health and Care management, Municipality of Copenhagen, Denmark)

I trust my physician – Older persons' experiences regarding evaluation of their medication treatment
Malin Holmqvist (Region Jönköping County and Jönköping University, Sweden)

From good to great! The building of multi professional teams that with effectiveness, high competence and an approach of concern, curiosity and participation can give a better support to children and adolescents with chronic diseases
Gabriella Roström (Region Kronoberg, Sweden)

Torbay Charts in Patient-centred Shared Decision Making
Rangaraju Ramesh (National Health Service, UK)

Reducing Harm from Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in NHS Grampian
Laura Clark (National Health Service, UK)

Adopting 'Daily Dynamic Discharges' in an acute medical ward in NHS Tayside, Scotland
Dirk Habicht (National Health Service, UK)

Microsystems in Armenia: pediatric experience of university hospital - How to make a sustainable development?

Presenters: Nune Baghdasaryan (Yerevan State Medical University, Armenia)

Current collaboration between Armenia and Region Jönköping County
Presenters: Simon Rundquist, Fredrik Ingemansson and Peter Iveroth (Region Jönköping County, Sweden)



14.30–15.00  Afternoon Refreshments
15.00–16.00 Keynote IV: How to sustain large scale change
  PresenterJason Leitch


Improvement Science Day - March 1

What similarities are there between a top athlete and a clinician? 

On the third day of the Microsystemfestival, the Improvement Science Day takes part. Through interactive discussions, this day highlights how to ensure that methods for improvement science continues to be sustainable. The aim of the Improvement Science Day is therefore to emphasise a critical and educational perspective for a sustainable improvement work.
So, is there actually any similarities at all between a top athlete and a clinician? We do believe there is. 
Apart from personal matters, they are most likely to have at least one thing in common: they have probably been using a structured improvement strategy in their daily work for a while. They might think that their choices of improvement has been simple or random of its kind – but yet of importance for themself and others. However, as knowledge of improvement science increases in various sectors, a critical review of its methods is further needed.

Everyone is needed on the Improvement Science Day! 

Whether you are , researcher, quality imrovement leader, manager, clinician – or a top athletes (!) we will very much value your participation throughtout the Scientific day!
Through the wide group of participants, perspectives will be broadened and our way of understanding the complexity of research methods will contribute to increased power for improvement science and equality of health. 



08.30-09.15 Registration and coffee
09.00-09.30 Micro-to-me-Wel-come!
  Why are we here, what are our expectations and what contributions can we add to the day?
-Based on the clinical microsystem festival so far, join a morning take off for a scientific approach for sustainable changes of microsystems. 
09.30–10.20 Keynote V: SHIFT-ing
  Empirical and theoretical understanding of the reality of making and sustaining improvements in complex healthcare systems
  Presenter: Julie Reed, National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)
10:30-11:30 Room with views!

Scientific approaches emphasize meta-perspectives of the quality improvement work. 
Well experienced Clinical professionals present their Master theses for improvement and leadership in health and welfare in an interactive poster walk to gain breadth.

11:30-12:00   Agility towards Sustainability. Reflections and introduction to the Themes.
12.00-13.00  Lunch
13.00-14.45 Four selectable themes:

Theme 1: Quality improvement of postgraduate medical education: evaluation for sustainable quality
Presenters: Lia Fluit and Tim Klaassen (Nijmegen, the Netherlands)

Theme 2: A year in an hour - an interactive case study
Presenters: Julie Reed (NIHR London)

Theme 3: Sustainability, anticipation, and control of changes and improvements in health care
Presenters: Erik Hollnagel, Axel Ros, and Boel Andersson Gäre, (Region Jönköping and Jönköping University)

Theme 4: Next stop – forward!
Approaches to Quality improvements – reviews and practice in research

Presenters: Carolina Bergerum, The University of Borås, Eva Arvidsson, Region Jönköping County, Sofia Dahlin, Region Östergötland

14.45-16.00 Discussion along with afternoon refreshments.
  What plants of today will continue to grow?