Second RHCN meeting, Hindsgavl Castle 2013
A second meeting of the RHCN took place on August 26-28 in the small town of Middelfart, Denmark. The meeting place was the Hindsgavl Castle.
The format of the meeting was long discussions punctuated by short presentations – hopefully establishing a pattern to be continued.
- The programme can be found here.
- A list of participants can be found here.
- Group photo and other pictures
Workshop materials (the materials have graciously been made available by the presenters, who no doubt will appreciate comments and feedback).
Sunday August 25
- Rob Robson / Tutorial: Mirror, mirror on the wall …. Which is most complex of them all?
Monday August 26
- Wears, R. L. & Hunte, G. S. Individual – Collective Tradeoffs in Healthcare and their Implications for Resilience.
- Debono, D. & Braithwaite, J. How everyday functioning in acute care really works: the case of nurses’ workarounds.
- Sujan, M. A. Tensions and trade-offs in patient handover emergency care.
- Plessen, C. v., Wiig, S. & Aase, K. Features of resilience in maternity services – a case study on adaptations of micro
- systems to influences from meso and macro system levels.
- Hunte, G. S. The 2011 Stanley Cup riot: A lesson in resilience.
Tuesday August 27
- Phipps, D. L., Parker,D. & Beatty, P. C. W. A system migration, a social cognition, or a naturalistic decision: understanding the use of rules in anaesthetic practice.
- Hunte, G., Sheps, S. & Wears, B. Resilience and Phronesis.
- Braithwaite, J. & Plumb, J. Three attributes of everyday functioning: social organisation, cultural features and network characteristics.
- Phipps, D. L., Parker, D., Avery, A. J. & Ashcroft, D. M. Developing a Safety Management System for primary care medicines management.
- Schubert, C., Wears, R. & Hunte, G. Patient as a source of resilience.
- Wears, R. L. & Tori, E. Moving from the Modernist Mythology in Healthcare.
Wednesday August 28
- Sheps, S., Cardiff, K., Pelletier, E. & Robson, R. Revealing Resilience through Critical Incident Narratives: A Way to Move from Safety I to Safety II.
- Chuang, S., Lee, Y.-J. & Jung, F. Combination of Safety-I and Safety-II management to strengthen bundle care – A case study of blood stream infection in an ICU.
- Ross, A. J., Anderson, J. E. & Jaye, P. Aligning resilience engineering with the right type of cognitive science.