The Chartered Institute of Human Factors and Ergonomics has developed guidance to support organisational learning around Covid-19. To download: https://bit.ly/HFSustainableChangeAll Covid-19 guides (there's also an interactive infographic): covid19.ergonomics.org.uk
We are delighted to announce the next meeting of the Resilient Health Care Network will be in JÖNKÖPING, SWEDEN from 16-18 August 2021.Abstract submission and registration will open in January 2021. For more information, please visit the conference website.
Recording real time reflections and experiencesThe handling of the Covid-19 pandemic is a challenge for everyone, in particular for health care professionals. Amidst the chaos it is important to ensure that we also learn from what happens, in particular from how problems are spotted and solved on the fly. As a small help for that, we have produced an aide-memoire. We hope that you will find it useful, and you are of course welcome to share it widely. Please see the quick links below. We are planning to organise one or more special sessions at the next RHCN Meeting in Sweden in 2021 to talk about resilience and our experiences with COVID-19. As a basis for that it will be invaluable to…
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year's Resilient Health Care Conference will be postponed until 2021. Further details will be provided closer to the time. Please continue to use this network as a source of support and advice during these unusual times.
We are delighted to announce the next meeting of the Resilient Health Care Network will be in JÖNKÖPING, SWEDEN from 16th-18th JUNE 2020. Visit our website. The 9th annual conference will be hosted by The Jönköping Academy of Health and Welfare. The Academy is a collaboration platform for Jönköping University, the Region Jönköping County and the thirteen municipalities in the Jönköping county. This presentation will provide further information about the conference and the region. Abstract deadline extended Abstracts due: 5pm 9 March Swedish time (3am 10 March Sydney time). Submit Abstracts via the conference website.
Be at the forefront of managing change.The School of Health and Welfare in Sweden in collaboration with the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) and supported by the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University, Australia, offers a unique International Diploma Course in Resilient Health Care Management (RHCM). Successful completion of the course will earn 30 credits.The course will begin September 2020.Visit the website to find out more.
UPDATE: Conference presentations are available here.We are pleased to announce details for the 8th annual Resilient Health Care Conference and Resilient Health Care Meeting in Japan at the Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center, Awaji Island, Hyogo.Important dates:1 April – Abstract submission opens6 May – Abstract submission deadline24 May – Registration and accommodation open30 June – Registration and accommodation deadlineNotes・The acceptance or rejection of the abstract will be announced to the primary author via e-mail around the last week of May.・Once you receive the acceptance, please register for the Conference/the Meeting and make the hotel reservation (The Westin Awaji Island) on the website open on May 24th.・The presenters of the RHCN Meeting will be given priority in registration and accommodation through…
More than 60 national and international participants attended the “Delivering Resilient HealthCare: The 2018 Masterclass” in Sydney on 7 December 2018. View resources from the Masterclass. Faculty members were: Professor Erik Hollnagel A lead editor of the Resilient Health Care series of books and author of more than 500 publications including articles from recognised journals, conference papers,and reports, as well as twenty-four books. Professor Hollnagel has been President of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics (1994 – 2000) as well as co-founder and past President of the Resilience Engineering Association. Professor Jeffrey Braithwaite A lead editor of the Resilient Health Care series of books and an internationally recognised expert in health services and systems research,with over 500 publications. Professor Braithwaite's expertise is…
Presentations from the 2018 meeting in Denmark can be found here
We are proud to welcome you to a brand new website for the Resilient Health Care Network. Our hope is to share knowledge and inspiration from the members of the network.