The format of the meeting was long discussions punctuated by short presentations – 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).
Monday August 11
- Tutorial / Erik Hollnagel: Capturing the complexity of everyday clinical work.
- Tutorial / Lacey Colligan & Jeanette Hounsgaard: Tale of two models – Linear and FRAM
Tuesday August 12
- Johnson, A., Lane, P. Ten Habits of Resilient Health Care, The Townsville Model.
- Righi, A. W., Saurin T. A., Wachs, P. Wears, R. Characterizing complex socio-technical systems: a comparison between emergency departments in Brazil and USA.
- Clay-Williams, R., Braithwaite, J. Understanding resilient clinical practices in Emergency Department ecosystems.
- Furniss, D., Iacovides, J., Jennett, C., Gould, S., Cox, A., Blandford, A. How to run an Errordiary Workshop: Exploring resilience strategies with patients, professionals and the public.
- Sujan, M. Reporting Hassle – Increasing Resilience Through Staff Feedback and Participation.
Wednesday August 13
- van Schoten, S. Compliance with a Time-out Procedure intended to Prevent Wrong Surgery in Hospitals: Results of a National Patient Safety Program.
- Canfield, C. Patient Engagement for Resilient Health Care
- Podtschaske. B. V. Analysing cancer care as a complex adaptive system using the 6-layer model. A macro-ergonomic case study report.
- Nyssen, A. S., Blavier, A. Impacts of accidents on the mental and physical health of professionals: some data in anesthesia.
- Sheps, S., Cardiff, K. The Jack Spratt problem: The potential down side of Lean application in healthcare – a threat to Safety II.
- Cook, R. I. Summary of discussions following the morning’s presentations.
- Anderson, J., Ross, A., Back, J., Duncan, M. Operationalising resilience in healthcare: Theory, methods and data.
- Murray, E. Integrating behavioural and systems frameworks from the literature: a novel approach to develop an organisational resilience framework to study unexpected events in healthcare.
- Wears, R. L., Deutsch, E., Fairbanks, R. T., Jacobson, L., Patterson, M. Using healthcare simulation to explore resilience: A novel approach to patient safety.
Thursday August 14
- Hollnagel, E. Why WAI is different from WAD.
- Clay-Williams. R., Braithwaite, J. Realigning work-as-imagined and work-as-done: can training help?
- Wears, R. L., Hunte, G. S. Designing Flexible Procedures to Support Resilience and Reduce the WAI-WAD Gap.
- Chuang, S. Learning from failures and successes: A dual double-loop learning model.
- Hunte, G. S., Wears, R. L. Power and resilience in practice: fitting a square peg in a round hole in everyday clinical work.