The 6th Resilient Health Care Meeting was held in beautiful surroundings at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada from 14-16 August, 2017.
The purpose of the Resilient Health Care Initiative (RHCN) was to facilitate the interaction and collaboration among people who are interested in applying Resilience Engineering to health care – practitioners and researchers alike.
- Alders, Rafferty and Anderson. The Resilience Analysis Grid: development and application
for nursing teams.
- Berg and Aase. Enacting resilience work practices as mirrored by suicidal in-patients in psychiatric care.
- Bergeron and Wiig. Resilience in a stakeholder perspective: the role of next-of-kin in
everyday cancer care.
- Braithwaite. RHCN at 6
- Braithwaite et al. Cases of resilient healthcare: a look back with a view to moving forward.
- Braithwaite et al. Cases of resilient healthcare: selected key lessons
- Bryce, Hocking, and Horsley. Reconciling work-as-imagined and work-as-done to improve
- Buikstra and Strivens. Optimizing discharge planning process for the older person.
- Canfield. The patient innovator in resilience.
- Clay-Williams and Blakely. Establishing a useful evidence base: research methods to
support everyday work.
- Deilkas et al. Properties and conditions that contribute to resilience in our interdisciplinary
- de Vos, Hamming and de Mheen. Towards safety-II in hospital care: linkage of readily
available data for a safety-II approach.
- Engvall, Ekstedt and Ros. To improve the potential for resilience at a pediatric ward.
- Horsley and Williams. Skeleton keys and unexpected allies.
- Jackson et al. Connecting resilience engineering to healthcare practice: Clinical
engagement through a serious video game.
- Johnson, Clay-Williams and Lane. Using the right tool for the job in a resilience healthcare
system – creating value through a framework for better care.
- Johnson, Willims and Daly. A proposed new model for Australian Healthcare Accreditation
– towards resilience.
- McCallum and Meehan. Comparing protocol to preferred practice: anesthesia for computed
tomography chest scans.
- Nakajima et al. Dynamic manpower and task management in the pharmacy department to
respond to the varying environment.
- Patterson and Deutsch. Simulation to support margin of maneuver.
- Saurin and Werel. A framework for the analysis of slack in healthcare systems.
- Thude and Hollnagel. How two Danish hospital departments managed to keep up the good
work despite the absence of leaders. (Released when article is published)
- Wailling. How healthcare professional in acute care environments describe patient safety: a
- Wears and Morrison. Unmasking the sources and dynamics of adaptive capacities.
- Wears. Towards resilient policies and procedures: the formal-informal dynamic.