Presentations from the 2019 Resilient Health Care Network Conference and Meeting in Japan 2019 Chrissy Clay February 27, 2020 Meetings PresentationsResilient Health Care: Where are we now? – HollnagelResilient Health Care Network at 8: How have we done, so far? – BraithwaiteCommunicating for safety – Tucker Implementation of Resilience Engineering Theory for Thoracic Surgery – AyabeResilience in the OR: An Ethnographic View of an OR Team and Room Turnover – MorrisonLearning from complexity in interprofessional simulation-based education –a design-based research study – TorbenSimulation as a tool to assess margin – PattersonüModelling resilience into the FRAM: insights from an ICU – WachsResilient Health Care methods: Using Cognitive Work Analysis and Functional Resonance Analysis Method to improve understanding of patient flow in an Emergency Department – AustinFrom “Failure to Rescue” to Resilient Performance – HorsleyThe context and influences of safety in NZ: An exploration of social networks, actions and behaviour – WailingCo-Creative Approaches of Chronic Illness Management with Patients – KitamuraAdaptations in teamworking practice: The role of formal and informal processes – LavelleImproving patient safety through resilience: the role of relational leadership – LofquistA negotiation strategy to encourage multi-professionals to cross their boundaries for collaborative work – NakamuraBoundaries in Resilient Health Care – ChurrucaThe Resilient Performance Enhancement Toolkit – RosA new tool for the assessment of resilience in healthcare: a social network analysis perspective – SaurinDeveloping a Resilient Health Care Curriculum – AndersonResilient Health Care methods: Synthesising Resilient Health Care and Quality Improvement (QI) thinking to inform healthcare interventions – Clay-WilliamsNegotiation workshop – Johnson Lightning Talks1. Lost in translation? Moving conceptual foundations of systems resilience into patient safety research, policy and practice.2. Tackling the Uncertainty Conundrum in Resilient Healthcare3. Work as imagined? Exploring patterns in the published resilient health care literature4. Resilient network structures for translation, learning and collaboration5. Next of kin involvement in regulatory investigation of patient deaths after adverse events – A source of resilience?6. Patient and carer roles in resilient medicines management at care transitions7. Exploring patient and carer contributions to resilience in healthcare 8. Potential of the selfcare activities for the resilient diabetic care management9. Crossing system boundaries -methodological considerations in a multilevel case study of resilience and regulation in healthcare10. RESILIENT HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT AN INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA COURSE11. Can the Critical Incident Technique Be Used to Reveal and Enable Resilience in Health Care Care?12. Restorative Practice: A strategy for resilient healthcare13. Collaborative learning in resilient healthcare studies -a metameta-synthesis14. HEALTHCARE LEADERSHIP: ENABLING RESILIENCE BY UNDERSTANDING COMPLEXITY This Post Has One Comment Pingback: 8th Resilient Health Care Conference and Meeting Japan 2019 – Resilient Health Care Comments are closed.