Conference Presentations

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Keynote 1: How to ensure quality and patient safety in a health care system under economic constraints.

René Amalberti, National Authority for Health, France. [O]

Session 1 - Oral presentations: Patients’ perspective and experience.

Danish Cancer Patients’ Perspectives on the health care services from first symptom to end of primary treatment. Cecilie Sperling, Mette Sandager & Janne Lehmann Knudsen. [R]

The National Danish Survey of Patient Experiences – a tool to measure improvement. Marie Fuglsang & Mette Foged. [O]

Workshop A:  Research methods in medication errors - Identification, measurement and evaluation

Marianne Lisby, Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark. [O]

Annemarie Hellebek, Unit for Patient Safety, Capital Region of Denmark. [not available]

Kaj Essinger, The Patient Insurance LÖF, Sweden. [O]

Session 2 - Oral presentations: Risks and hazards - Identification and intervention

Improved safety in the patient’s medication process during hospital stay. Experiences and outcomes from the LIMM-model (Lund Integrated Medicines Management). Tommy Eriksson, Peter Höglund, Lydia Holmdahl, Åsa Bondesson, Patrik Midlöv, Anna Bergkvist-Christensen & Lina Hellström. [O]

Development and evaluation of a clinical pharmacy screening service of risk medications: a national collaboration study. Lene Juel Kjeldsen, Marianne Hald Larsen & Trine Rune Høgh Nielsen. [O]

Validation of a taxonomy of failures and causes of handover patient safety incidents. Henning Boje Andersen, Inger Margrete Siemsen, Lene Funck Petersen, Doris Østergaard & Jacob Nielsen. [R]

Weekend-effect: Is higher short-term case-fatality among patients with stroke, admitted during weekends explained by a poorer quality of care?  Nina Sahlertz Kristiansen, Søren Paaske Johnsen & Jan Mainz. [R]

For debate 1:  Research based on adverse event – Where does it bring us?

Kim Lyngby Mikkelsen, National Agency for Patients' Rights and Complaints, Denmark. [O]

Erik Hollnagel, Center for quality, University of Southern Denmark. [O]

Keynote 2: Complex interventions in safety and quality. Challenges in Methodology and Interpretation

Peter Dahler-Larsen, University of Southern Denmark. [R]

Session 3 - Oral presentations: Safety at the sharp end

Prevention of Central Venous Catheter-Related Infections in a Swedish ICU department. Sophie Lindgren, Ingrid Eiving, Ann Eliasson, Elisabeth Ek, Anneli Fagerberg, Gisela Fridstedt, Elisabeth Lindström, Anna Ljung, Susanne Olsson, Maria Tiger & Helené Westrin. [O]

A qualitative study of surgical personnel’s experiences with the WHO Surgical Checklist two years after implementation. Arvid Steinar Haugen, Sindre Høyland, Øyvind Thomassen & Karina Aase. [R]

Validating the Danish adaption of the WHO-ICPS classification of patient safety incidents. Kim Lyngby Mikkelsen, Jacob Thommesen & Henning Boje Andersen. [R]

Session 4 - Oral presentations: Global Trigger Tool

Measuring national levels of adverse events using the Global Trigger Tool in the Norwegian patient safety campaign. Ellen Tveter Deilkås. [O]

Implementation of Global Trigger Tool at a medium size hospital in Norway. Kjersti Mevik, Tonje Hansen, Hilde Normann, Birger Hveding & Barthold Vonen. [O]

Measuring adverse events in oncology inpatients using Global Trigger Tools: Sense or nonsense? Thea Otto Mattsson, Kim Brixen, Janne Lehmann Knudsen & Jørn Herrstedt. [R]

Workshop B: Leadership, organization development & culture – Impact on safety and quality

Peter Kjær, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. [O]

Morten Knudsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. [O]

Kirstine Zinck Pedersen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. [O]

Workshop C:  Global Trigger Tool in patient safety – Where is the evidence?

Helge Svaar, Svaar Consult, Norway. [R]

Persephone Doupi, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland. [O]

Keynote 3: Is standardized care a solution to safety and quality issues?

Robert Wears, University of Florida / Imperial College London. [O]

Session 5 - Oral presentations: Simulation, training and learning

Simulation for Learning and Teaching Procedural Skills: The state of the science. Debra Nestel, Jeffrey Groom, Sissel Eikeland Husebø & John M. O'Donnell. [R]

Using simulation-based training to ensure safe implementation processes of new technology in the home context - A literature review. Siri Wiig & Anne Marie Lunde Husebø. [R]

Anaesthetists’ Non Technical Skills in a Danish perspective. Rikke Malene Jepsen, Lene Spanager, Helle Teglgaard Lyk-Jensen & Doris Østergaard. [R]

MEET-MEASURE-iMprOVE – clinical teams learn to improve the safety of patients in a Danish regional hospital. Christian von Plessen & Inge Ulriksen. [R]

Session 6 - Oral presentations: The relationship between working environment and patient safety

Interaction of organisational climates in health care: patient safety and occupational safety. Anders Pousette, Mats Eklöf, Pernilla Larsman & Marianne Törner. [R]

Work environment and patient safety. A multi methodolodical study at an acute department at a regional hospital.  Kurt Rasmussen, Anna Helene Meldgaard Pedersen, Kent Nielsen, Louise Pape, Marlene Dyrløv & Kim Mikkelsen . [R]

Work related stressors and occurrence of errors and adverse events in an emergency department. Kent Jacob Nielsen, Anna Helene Pedersen, Kurt Rasmussen, Louise Pape Larse & Kim Mikkelsen. [O]

Organisational change, work environment and patient safety. Anna Helene Meldgaard Pedersen. [O]

Session 7 - Oral presentations: Organization of care from a systems perspective

Evidence informed patient safety policy: is it possible? Anne Karin Lindahl, Marianne Tinnå, Unni Krogstad & Øystein Flesland. [O]

Patient safety in cancer care from a systems perspective. Mirjam Ekstedt & Synnöve Ödegård. [O]

Identifying the underlying management strategies of developing patient safety - are they competing or complementary? Elina Pietikäinen, Teemu Reiman & Heikkilä Jouko. [O]

A joyous occasion? How centralisation as part of quality improvement shapes power battles within organising of maternity care. Siri Wiig, Karina Aase & QUASER Team. [R]

For debate 2:  Do clinical databases lead to improved quality of care?

Erik Jakobsen, Danish Lung Cancer Registry, Denmark. [not available]

Knut Borch‐Johnsen, University of Southern Denmark. [O]

Workshop D: Economic Evaluation of Patient Safety and Quality of Care

Mickael Bech, University of Southern Denmark. [O]

Kjeld Møller Pedersen, University of Southern Denmark. [R]

Workshop E: Patient/User Involvement in Patient Safety and Quality of Care

Morten Freil, Danish Patients, Denmark. [O]

Marianne Storm, University of Stavanger, Norway. [R]

Keynote 4: Organizational and social perspectives on patient safety and quality in health care: Contributions, critiques, and future directions

Naomi Judith Fulop, NIHR King's PSSQ Research Centre, United Kingdom. [R]
15 DECEMBER 2018