The fourth meeting of the RHCN took place on August 11-13 in Sydney, Australia. The meeting place was the Novotel Sydney Manly Beach Hotel.
Open RHC Conference, August 10, 2015
On the day before the RHCN meeting, an open conference was organised to introduce Resilient Health Care to interested practitioners and academics. The conference was well attended with a good mixture of overview presentations and discussions – including a prize for the best question.
- Professor Erik Hollnagel, Denmark: In the beginning…
- Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite, Australia: In the beginning…
- Professor Bob Wears, U.S.A. & Dr Janet Anderson, U.K.: Concepts and underpinnings
- Dr Janet Anderson, U.K.: Concepts and underpinnings
- Professor Andrew Johnson, Australia: A case study to sink our teeth in
- Dr Paul Lane, Australia, Dr Robyn Clay-Williams, Australia & Professor Andrew Johnson, Australia: The Ten Cs Model: A case from Townsville, Australia.
- Ms Carolyn Canfield, Canada: A patient’s perspective
- Dr Lacey Colligan, U.S.A.: The FRAM Method
RHCN Meeting, August 11-13, 2015
The format of the meeting was long discussions punctuated by short presentations – or vice versa – continuing the practice from the previous meetings and hopefully establishing a pattern to be continued.
The programme can be found here.
A list of participants can be found here.
Workshop materials (the materials have graciously been made available by the presenters, who no doubt will appreciate comments and feedback).
Tuesday August 11
- Hollnagel: Resilient health care: Integration of elements or synthesis of functions?
- Braithwaite: Role behaviours spreading more resilience across gaps dividing complex clinical networks
- Chuang, Ma, Tsai: Communication and understanding of system resilience through RAG survey in EDs
- Axelsson & Ros: Studying resilience in a pediatric ward
- Canfield: Unlocking the potential of resilience in healthcare
- Pearce: Resilience and the four global truths of health care improvement
- McKelvie: Resilience at the coalface
- Ford: Using Ten Cs in incident analysis
Wednesday August 12
- Wears: Recap & setting the scene
- Deilkås & Svendsen: Care giving unit climates of patient safety leadership, teamwork and safety
- Zhuravsky: Thriving on challenge
- Deutsch, Fairbanks & Patterson: Simulation and resilience redux
- Ross, Anderson, Deas, Back, Duncan, Snell, Jay & Macpherson: Modelling resilience
- Clay-Williams & Lane: Unlocking the potential of resilience in health care
- Horsley & Simpson: An integrated approach to enhancing resilience in an Intensive Care Unit
- Hunte: Engineering resilience in an urban emergency department
- Anderson, Back, Duncan, Jay & Ross: Modelling resilience in the emergency department
Thursday August 13
- Nakajima, Yoshioka, Masuda, Nakajima: A proposal of an I/O common bus model
- Miller, Aswani, Zhou, Slagle & France: Quantitative evidence for resilience in ICI
- Wiig & Heggelund: Understanding why maternity services go right
- Debono, Clay-Williams, Taylor, Greenfield, Braithwaite: Unlocking the potential of resilience
- Johnson & Lane: Cohesion – Creating resilience and value in health care
- Wears: Making visible the invisible
- Berg & Aase: Methodological approaches in resilient health care studies – A literature review
- Hollnagel, Wears and Braithwaite: Where to from here?