Presentation Slides



The Role of Evidence in Improving Quality and Safety in Healthcare
Mary Dixon-Woods, RAND Professor of Health Services Research in the Department

of Public Health and Primary Care, University of Cambridge.


Taking Resilience in Healthcare to the next level 

Karina Aase, Professor in safety and centre director, SHARE, Centre for Resilience in Healthcare, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Stavanger, Norway

How (not) to learn from patient safety incidents
Carl Macrae, PhD, Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, Improvement Science Fellow, Health Foundation, Chartered Psc.


Simulation-based training in healthcare to improve patient safety

Doris Østergaard, DMSc, Professor at the medical Faculty og University og Copenhagen, Head of Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES)





Workshop 1:  Learning from success – Tackling Patient Safety from the Positive side
Peter Dieckmann, Marlene Dyrløv Madsen and Karina Aase (Norway and Denmark)


Workshop 2: Measuring the implementation process – how should we explore predicting factors for implementation?
Miriam Hartveit, Torleif Ruud, Kristin Heiervang, Hanne Clausen, Karina Egeland, Eva Biringer, Einar Hovlid, John Øvretveit (Norway and Sweden)


Workshop 3:  Evaluating national quality improvement programs: How can we learn from one program to the next?
Søren Bie Bogh, Anne Mette Falstie-Jensen, Søren Paaske Johnsen and Christian von Plessen (Denmark)


Workshop 4: Learning By- and From-Doing: Linking Patient Safety, Quality Improvement Research, Education and Practice
Boel Andersson Gäre, Axel Ros, Ann-Christine Andersson and Elin Roos af Hjelmsäter (Sweden)


Workshop 5: Co-producing a research agenda for quality improvement and patient safety-ideas and priorities and learning from the process
Vibe Hjelholt Baker, Annemette Lundmark Jensen, Linda Aagaard Thomsen, Lene von Bülow, Christian von Plessen (Denmark)


Workshop 6: Building a psychologically safe culture of patient safety

Solvejg Kristensen and Doris Østergaard (Denmark)


Workshop 7:  Quality and Safety in Primary Care

Gunnar Tschudi Bondevik, Malin Knutsen Glette and Siri Wiig (Norway)


Workshop 8: Resilience for Improving Health Care

Jeanette Hounsgaard, Mikkel Ussing and Bettina Thude (Denmark)


Workshop 9:  The Economics of Patient Safety 

Ane Auraaen and Hans Rutberg (Sweden)



Oral presentations


Session 1:

User involvement in adolescents’ mental healthcare: A systematic review 
Petter Viksveen, Stig E. Bjønness, Siv Hilde Berg, Anita Salamonsen, Nicole Elizabeth Cardenas, Julia Rose Game, Karina Aase and Marianne Storm (Norway)

Guided by the patients - Co-creating a set of patient-reported outcome measures within two Danish psychiatric clinical registries
Solveijg Kristensen, Lone Baandrup, Jan Mainz, Maria Bonde, Poul Videbech, Jens Holmskov and Per Bech (Denmark) 

The properties and content of patient centeredness scales – a systematic review
Eline Ree, Siri Wiig, Tanja Manser and Marianne Storm (Norway)

Patient Inventory - An Improvement Method
Søren Valgreen Knudsen, Søren Paaske Johnsen and Jan Mainz (Denmark)

Session 2:

Variations in surgical oncology - Improvement through mapping
Kasper Wennervaldt, Linda Aagard Thomsen, Henrik Kehlet and Niels Kroman (Denmark)

Geographical variation in acute readmission among hip fracture patients in Denmark
Pia Kjær Kristensen and Søren Paaske Johnsen (Denmark)

Graphical mapping of the drug name similarity - the structure of sound-alike and look-alike similarity
Thomas Schrader, Laura Tetzlaff, Cornelia Schröder and Eberhard Bech (Germany)

Increasing risk of post-surgery infections among hip fracture patients: A nationwide study 2005-2016
Kaja Eriksrud Kjørholt, Søren Paaske Johnsen, Nickolaj Risbo Kristensen, Daniel Prieto-Alhambra and Alma Becic Pedersen (Denmark) 

The DICARES-evaluation of an instrument to monitor quality in discharge
Ranveig Marie Boge, Arvid S. Haugen, Roy M. Nilsen and Stig Harhug (Norway)

Session 3:

Inpatient Volume and Quality of Mental Health Care Among Patients With Unipolar Depression
Line Ryberg Rasmussen, Jan Mainz, Mette Jørgensen, Poul Videbech and Søren Paaske Johnsen (Denmark)

Adolescent co-researchers for improvement of mental health services: Experiences from a Norwegian research project (47)
Nicole Elizabeth Cardenas, Julia Rose Game and Petter Viksveen (Norway)

Exploring antecedents and outcomes of organisational bullying in a Norwegian healthcare setting
Espen Olsen, Maria Therese Jensen, Gunhild Bjaalid and Aslaug Mikkelsen (Norway)

State of technology-induced errors in Electronic Health Record Systems in Finland (96)
Sari Palojoki, Lasse Lehtonen and Kaija Saranto (Finland) 

Session 4:

Dealing and caring with risks: Healtcare professionals’ perceptions of home Healthcare
Kristina Schildmeijer, Marlene Lindblad and Mirjam Ekstedt (Sweden) 

Applying realist evaluation to quality improvement projects – reflections on the evaluations of two Danish patient safety programs
Mette Marie Kristensen, Ida Nielsen Sølvhøj, Inge Kristensen, Simon Feldbæk Peitersen and Anna Paldam Folker (Denmark)

Successfully reducing newborn asphyxia in the labour unit in a large academic medical centre: a quality improvement project using statistical process control
Rikke von Benzon hollesen, Rie Laurine Johansen, Christina Rørbye, Louise Munk, Pierre Barker and Anette Kjaerbye-Thygesen (Denmark)

Safer Communication in Healthcare Sector - SBAR is the way Forward
Hulda Rafnsdottir, Hrafnhildur L. Jónsdóttir and Ingveldur Tryggvadóttir (Iceland)

Patient participation for safer care
Kristina Schildmeijer, Per Nilsen, Janna Skagerström, Carin Ericsson, Kristofer Årestedt and Anders Broström (Sweden)

Session 5:

Patient Safety and Abuse in Healthcare
Marlene Ockander, Jelmer Brüggermann, Alma Persson, Boel Andersson Gäre and Barbro Wijma (Sweden)

The contribution of adverse events to death in hospitalized patients
Ellinor Haukland, Kjersti Mevik, Christian von Plessen, Carsten Nieder and Barthold Vonen (Norway)

Measuring adverse events in hospitalised patients using a modified GTT method with automatic trigger identification
Kjersti Mevik, Barthold Vonen, Tonje Hansen, Alexander Ringdal and Ellen Deilkås (Norway)

Delayed diagnoses as patient injuries - Data from the Finnish patient insurance centre
Maiju Welling and Risto Roine (Finland)

Session 6:

Do regulating inspections lead to patient safety?
Ann-Christine Andersson, Boel Andersson Gäre, Johan Thor and Raymond Lenrick (Sweden)

Unannounced accreditation surveys: cheaper and better facilitator for the quality improvement work at hospitals but not a more valid instrument
Lars Ehlers and Morten Berg (Denmark)

Improving care and reducing costs: the implementation of a trauma triage clinic
Ryan Geleit and Johnathan Craik (UK)

Pain-related unscheduled contact with health care services after outpatient surgery (58)
Lone Dragnes Brix, Karen Toftdahl Bjørnholdt, Theis Muncholm Thillemann and Lone Nikolajsen (Denmark)

Session 7:

User Experience Monitoring in Electronic Health Record Systems
Janne Pitkänen, Aapo Koivusalo, Sari Palojoki, Antti Vento, Matti Pitkäranta and Antti Haapala (Finland)

Quality of surgical guidelines and written patient information. A Danish patient safety study
Lotte Linnemann Rønfeldt, Dorthe Hjort Jakobsen, Henrik Kehlet, Henriette Lipczak and Kasper Wennervaldt (Denmark)

Healthcare professionals’ observational practice of deteriorating older patients in homecare - a qualitative study
Torunn Strømme, Karina Aase and Ingrid Tjoflåt (Norway)

Patient participation in multidisciplinary team conferences – an opportunity for a patient-centered approach to cancer care
Kasper Wennervaldt, Anne Hjøllund Christiansen and Linda Aagaard Thomsen (Denmark)

Explanations On Improved Patient Outcomes- And Perioperative Care Processes, Following Implementation Of The World Health Organization’s Surgical Safety Checklist
Hilde Valen Wæhle, Arvid Steinar Haugen, Stian Kreken Almeland, Stig Harthug, Nick Sevdalis, Geir Egil Eide, Monica Wammen Nortvedt, Ingrid Smith and Eirik Søfteland (Norway)










24 JANUARY 2022