HOME
ABOUT EPSO
THE BOARD
MEMBERS
UPCOMING CONFERENCES
Kosovo EU mission
PREVIOUS CONFERENCES
Agendas
Presentations
Photos
Reports
Conferences 2017
Conferences 2016
Conferences 2015
Conferences 2014
Conferences 2013
Conferences 2012
Conferences 2011
Conferences 2010
Conferences 08-09
Conferences '96-'02
EPSO WORKING GROUPS
General Meetings
PEER EVALUATIONS
RELATED RESEARCH
Member format
RELATED
USEFUL LINKS
JOIN EPSO
INTRANET

 

Programme

of the 14th EPSO conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands,
October 11th and 12th, 2012,

hosted by The Health Care Inspectorate of the Netherlands (IGZ), ‘De Inspectie voor de Gezondheidszorg (IGZ)’,

at the IGZ building St. Jacobsstraat 16,3511 BS UTRECHT.

 

 

 


contact at IGZ:
IGZ reception desk:  T: +31 30 233 8787
Ms. Hiba Harakeh:  T: +31 30 233 8796
 

1. Early bird programme ‘meet the IGZ inspectorate’ on the following (5) table topics:
- The Risk Matrix and IRIS programme of IGZ aimed to support evidence and risk based selection of inspection cases;
- Results of Inspection of (pre- per- and post-) operative processes in all Dutch hospitals;
- The Peer Evaluation of the Norwegian board of Health Supervision: a first peer evaluation by EPSO (peers from England, Wales, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland) based on EPSO-norms for good supervisory practise;
- User participation and engagement in the inspection processes: a discussion based on the first results of a new EPSO working group on user participation;
- European co-operation based on the new European directive cross-border Patients’ rights; what will be realised of the European plans to give Europeans the right to seek healthcare abroad more easily and be reimbursed for the costs. How will patients be properly informed about their rights (including information on the quality of health care) when they are treated outside their home Member State. How will and should inspectorates get involved in this process?
2. Evaluation including effectiveness measurement of supervision (effect of supervisory activities on facts and figures of public health, measurement of effectiveness of supervisory activities, effectiveness of unannounced inspection as instrument to measure risks of healthcare, effectiveness of key indicators as instrument in measuring risk and quality of healthcare;
3. Media and Inspectorates Media attention for supervisory organisations: how do we find the right media strategy in supervisory cases? Opinions of EPSO members gathered by prof. Mark van Twist (NSOB, The Netherlands). Denmark will present various cases ( Anne Mette Dons); Northern Ireland will present the way they handled  the media attention for a lethal bacteria outbreak (Glenn Houston and Malachy Finnegan); Scotland will elaborate on  how they  handle media cases (Jan Warner),Media handling and working with media in  the Netherlands’ inspectorate will be illustrated  based  on recent experiences (Anca Ansink);
4. EPSO working groups:
- User participation by regulators and supervisory organisations;
- Restraints and coercive methods in long term nursing care and hospitals.
5. Preparing for the Brussels’ EPSO conference on 18th and 19th of April 2013: preparing for questions to and  discussion with Mme Nathalie Chaze,  DG SANCO, European Commission, regarding  DIRECTIVE 2011/24/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 9 March 2011 on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare (Krist Debruyn).

18.30 - 20.00 Informal meeting at Stadskasteel Oudaen (see map arrow D) depending on the weather at canal-terrace or café (drinks and dinner at own costs).

This part of the Programme is designed to promote the exchange of ideas between the EPSO delegates and a selection of (about 20) invited IGZ-colleagues who have special interest in the round table topics. Discussion tables (max 10 participants per table) on specific topics chaired by IGZ table hosts/ moderators and co-hosted by EPSO colleagues or chaired by EPSO table hosts/ moderators and co-hosted by IGZ; Every table will have at least one table host/ moderator and a co-host, one of the guests is taking informal notes and is reporting back to the plenary discussion.
There will be 5 tables; every table has a specific topic to be discussed during 30 minutes;  after 30 minutes the setting changes: all delegates go to the next table; table hosts/moderators and co-hosts stay at their tables.
Table 1 - The Risk Matrix and IRIS programme of IGZ aimed to support evidence and risk based selection of inspection cases.
Table hosts/ moderators: Pieter van Dijk and Perry Koevoets (Netherlands, Department of Research and Innovation of IGZ); co-host EPSO: Bruno Lucet, Service Certification des Etablissements de Santé,  Direction de l'Amélioration de la Qualité & de la Sécurité des Soins,  Haute Autorité de Santé, France.
Table 2 - Results of Inspection of (pre- per- and post-) operative processes in the Dutch hospitals.
Table host / moderator: Ed Schoemaker (Inspector at IGZ and project leader of this project); co-host Katia Käyhkö Senior Medical Officer at National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health, Valvira, Finland
Table 3 - The Peer Evaluation of the Norwegian board of Health Supervision: a first peer evaluation by EPSO (Peers from England, Wales, Netherlands, Denmark, Finland) based on EPSO-norms for good supervisory practise.
Table hosts /moderators: Geir Sverre Braut dept. director general of the Norwegian board of Health and co-host Anne Mette Dons, Head of Department, Denmark.
Table 4 - User participation and engagement in the inspection processes: a discussion based on the first results of a new EPSO working group on user participation.
Table host /moderator:  Anita Bashar Aréen, Socialstyrelsen, Sweden;  co-host  Glenn Houston ( Northern Ireland). 
Table 5 - European co-operation based on the new European directive cross-border Patients’ rights; what will be realised of the European plans to give Europeans the right to seek healthcare abroad more easily and be reimbursed for the costs. And how will patients be properly informed about their rights including information on the quality of health care, when they are treated outside their home Member State. How will and should inspectorates and other quality assurance and assessment organisations get involved in this process?
Table hosts /moderators  Charles Shaw (European Accreditation Network), Jooske Vos (EPSO/ EURinSPECT), and Chris de Lange (Netherlands  Ministry of Health, department of legislation and former representative of the  insurance organisations involved in the drafting  of the directive cross-border patients’ rights).
8.45 - 9.15 Registering of the EPSO delegates and the IGZ participant’s, morning coffee;
9.15 - 9.30 Opening of the Early Bird Morning Programme by Hans Janssen deputy inspector general at IGZ, The Netherlands;
9.30 – 11 .00 Round Table discussions first, second and third round  (round 1: 9.30 -10.00/ round 2: 10.00-10.30/ round 3: 10.30 -11.00);
11.00-11.10 short break;
11.10 – 12.10 Round table discussions fourth and fifth round  (round 4: 11.10 -11.40/round 5: 11.40 -12.10);
12.10 - 12.30 plenary feedback from tables and final remarks , Geir Sverre Braut;
12.30 Closure of the Early Bird Morning Programme.
 

The Conference starts - as usual - after lunchtime with an ‘Introduction programme’ consisting of follow-up activities subsequent to presentations from previous meetings, new developments and possible new EPSO working group topics presented by EPSO members and contacts (the usual block of EPSO issues with short introductions on new EPSO topics, current state of affairs of on-going activities and working groups, and issues related to EPSO partners).
• 14.15-14.30 Registering of EPSO delegates who have not participated in the early bird morning programme.
• 14.30-14.45 Welcome by Geir Sverre Braut (president EPSO).
• 14.45-15.05 ‘Restraints and Coercive methods in non-psychiatric care; What are the  working methods in our EPSO member countries? Is the use of restraints and coercive methods an issue in our member countries? Do we have best practises to reduce the use of restraints and coercive methods ?  First results and questions  raised by a comparative study between EPSO members by the EPSO Working group on Restraints and Coercive Methods in long term care and hospitals , Presentation by Eve Pilt(Estonia )and Dirk Meijer (EPSO,Netherlands ).
This working group focuses on Inspection approaches across the various regulatory /supervisory /monitoring bodies regarding ‘Restraints, including coercive methods, in Long term Nursing care and hospitals (see starting document at our website www.epsonet.eu). The questionnaire includes questions regarding:  Legislation, Registration, Best and bad practices in the EPSO Member countries.
• 15.05 -15.25 ‘Restraints and Coercive methods; How to improve working methods? First results of some best practises in the Netherlands ‘Thijs Melchior (IGZ Netherlands);
• 15.25 -15.45 ‘Restraints and Coercive methods ; How to improve working methods? First results of some best practises in the Netherlands’, Marjolein van Vliet (VILANS);
• 15.45-16.00 discussion /break
• 16.00-16.20 Formal start of the EPSO working group on User participation in a supervisory context.
Presenting of the first results of the preliminary work ( including reactions from 9 countries = 10 reactions)  by Glenn Houston ( Northern Ireland) and other members of the working group on ‘Current practises for participation and user engagement in health care and social care’. This working group  focuses  on “Inspection approaches across the various regulatory /supervisory /monitoring bodies in engaging with stakeholders, patients and the public to seek their views and experiences (see starting document on our website www.epsonet.eu.
• 16.20-16.30 discussion and  break.
• 16.30-17.00 Preparing for the Brussels’ EPSO conference:  preparing for questions to and  discussion with Mme Nathalie Chaze,  DG SANCO, European Commission, regarding  DIRECTIVE 2011/24/EU OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 9 March 2011 on the application of patients’ rights in cross-border healthcare. Introduction Krist Debruyn  (Zorginspectie, Flanders).
•  17.00 -17.15 Closure of the Afternoon Programme by Geir Sverre Braut.

 


• 17.15 - 17.30 City walk to ‘Museum Speelklok’‎, Steenweg 6, T: +31(0)30 231 2789 E: www. museumspeelklok.nl;

• 17.30 - 18.00 Reception, drinks and finger food by invitation of the Mayor of Utrecht at Museum Speelklok;

• 18.00 - 18.45 Guided tour in the Museum Speelklok by a representative of the Museum;

• 18.45 - 19.30 ‘The History of the City of Utrecht’, presentation by René de Kam, cultural historian at the municipality of Utrecht;

• 19. 30 - 19.45 Walk from ‘Museum Speelklok’ to ‘Polmanshuis’ and arrival at Polmanshuis;

• 19.45 - 20.00 Aperitif before being seated for dinner;

• 20.00 – 23.00 Dinner at Polmanshuis offered by IGZ (see map);
dress code: smart casual or conference dress.

 

8.00 - 9.00 EPSO Board Meeting (for board-members only). 

• 09.00 - 9.15 Morning Coffee and Welcome by Geir Sverre Braut president of EPSO

• 9.15 - 9.45 Opening remarks highlighting the position of IGZ as supervisory organisation in an environment with active players including media (Jan Vesseur, The Netherlands);

• 9.45 -10.15 News & Media attention for supervisory organisations; Opinions of EPSO-members about their relation with the media: prof. Mark van Twist( the Netherlands),  assisted by Jorren Scherpenisse (the Netherlands) ;

• 10.15 - 10.40 News & Media attention for supervisory organisations; What can we learn from the Northern Irish case of the Independent Review of Incidents of Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection in neonatal units in Northern Ireland, Glenn Houston and Malachy Finnegan (Northern Ireland);

• 10.40 -10.50 break;

• 10.50- 11.15 News & Media attention for supervisory organisations; What can we learn from the Danish case of the breast implants and other ‘hot ‘cases in the Media, Anne Mette Dons (Denmark);

• 11.15 -11.40 News & Media attention for supervisory organisations; what can we learn from the Netherlands‘ experience, Anca Ansink (the Netherlands);

• 11.40 - 12.05 News & Media attention for supervisory organisations; What can we learn from the experience of the Healthcare Improvement Scotland handling media cases regarding elderly homes in Scotland by Jan Warner (Scotland); 

• 12.05 -12.30 Panel discussion with speakers: Glenn Houston (RQIA); Jan Warner (HIS); Anne Mette Dons (National Health Board Denmark); Anca Ansink( IGZ);
 

• 14.00-14.15 Evaluation of Supervision (including measurement of effectiveness of supervisory activities), presentation by prof. Paul Robben (Academic Collaborative Centre);
• 14.15 - 14.45 Effect of supervisory activities on facts and figures of public health (including measurement of effectiveness of supervisory activities), presentation by Sandra Oude Wesselink;
• 14.45 -15.15 Effectiveness of key indicators as instrument in measuring quality of healthcare (Unexpectedly long hospital stay), presentation by Ine Borghans.
• 15.15-15.30 discussion/ break
• 15.30 -16.30 Effects of unannounced inspections arguments pro and contra; effectiveness of unannounced inspection as instrument to measure quality of healthcare;
Discussion based on a short presentation on the Netherlands’ experiences by Corry Ketelaars, the Netherlands 
Interventions by Krist Debruyn, Flanders and Geir Sverre Braut and Aud Nordal, Norway.

 

• 16.30 ‘General meeting’  as referred to in Article 4.1.2 of the Terms of Reference of EPSO and  EPSO Board elections (introduced by Geir Sverre Braut, chairman EPSO board):
- Presentation of board members;
- Election of the incoming EPSO board 2013–2015;
- EPSO budget 2013- 2015; EPSO membership fees.
• 17.00 Preparing for the next EPSO Conferences/ practical EPSO issues ;
Planning and preparing for the Conferences in :
- Belgium, Brussels 18thand 19th of April 2013. 
- Denmark, Copenhagen 17th and 18th of September  2013,
- Portugal, Lisbon Spring 2014,
- Autumn 2014 …(?);
- Spring 2015 …(?);
- Helsinki Autumn 2015;
- Preparing for other upcoming Conferences in the future and hosting offers by EPSO members ; suggestions about new topics;
- Possible new EPSO members;
- Further: what comes up; additional items; ideas; suggestions.
• 17.15 Closing remarks by EPSO chairman Geir Sverre Braut.

list of participants 

 

European Partnership for Supervisory Organizations

in Health Services and Social Care

 

 

 

 

 

Programme of the 13th EPSO Conference in Saint-Denis

April 16th, afternoon and April 17th, 2012

Hosted by HAS (Haute Autorité de Santé de France)

 

Main Topics of 13th EPSO Conference in Paris

 

1. Standardisation and accreditation, recent developments in France and Europe

- Impact of external assessment in hospitals (the MARQuIS and DUQuE projects)

- Quality improvement systems for Care: Accreditation in France

- The German model of Peer Review

-  Standard setting in relation to ISQUA: Different styles of ‘peer review’ in Europe. What can we learn from quality projects in Europe to define patient safety for hospital management?

 

2. Peer evaluation of the Norwegian Board of Health Supervision NBHS the Norwegian case aimed at standard setting by EPSO related to the ISO/EPSO norms

3. Patient Safety Cross-Border

-  PaSQC JA developments and Patient Safety Recommendation implementation

 

External speakers:

- Prof. Rosa Suñol

- Dr. Charles Shaw

- Dr. Henning Schaefer

 

 

Contact at HAS:

Dr. Jean Bacou and

Ms. Marlène Benisty (tel. +33 1 55 93 73 04)

 

CONFERENCE VENUES AND ACCESS PLAN

The Main Conference Venue is located in the North of Paris close to ‘Le Stade de France’, Saint Denis, Paris. All meetings will be held at the Stadium building (building 2 on the map below). This building has 2 entrances:

-                     266, Avenue du Président Wilson, or

-                     3, Avenue de Pressensé.

 

 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATION

Suite Novotel Paris Saint Denis Stade,

31, Avenue Jules Rimet

93218 SAINT DENIS LA PLAINE

Tel. (+33)1 49 46 54 54

Email: H3325@accor

Métro line n° 13 Saint Denis Porte de Paris

Régional exprès network D or B STADE DE FRANCE

Train station STADE DE FRANCE (1.00 km / 0.62 miles)

5 minutes’ walk from the HAS Building - FRANCE GPS: N 48° 55' 25.02'' E 2° 21' 45.34''


 

 

 

DINNER

The dinner is offered by HAS at the famous Brasserie Bouillon Racine, created in 1906 in a stunning Art Nouveau décor `(infos@bouillon-racine.com).

 

Bouillon Racine

3, rue Racine - 75006 Paris

Tel : 01 44 32 15 60

 

Dinner will start at 20:00 hours (please be in time).

We will meet at the hotel lobby April 16 at 18:45 to go together to the Restaurant Racine by RER train from St Denis ‘La Plaine Stade de France’ to ‘Luxembourg ‘ (4 stops). This will take about 30 minutes including a short walk from ‘Luxembourg’ to the restaurant (about 500 m on Boulevard St Michel).

We will arrive at the restaurant at about 19:30 hours.

For those who will not join the group from the hotel, it is possible to go directly to Restaurant Bouillon Racine by Subway : Stop at ODEON (Line 4 et 10) or CLUNY-LA SORBONNE (Line 10).

It is also possible to go by car (use Car Parking – 21, rue de l'Ecole de Medicine 06 Paris). For those group members who arrive on their own at the restaurant there will be an aperitif at 19.30 at the Racine restaurant. ATTENTION: the Subway is not leaving from St Denis.

 

 

 

 

 

Programme of the 13th EPSO Conference in Paris

DAY 1 - Monday, April the 16th, Afternoon

14:00 – 17:00.The Conference starts after lunchtime with an ‘Introduction programme’ (the usual block of EPSO issues with short introductions on new EPSO topics, current state of affairs of on-going activities and working groups, issues related to EPSO partners).

             14:00 -14:15 coffee /welcome

Geir Sverre Braut (president EPSO).

             14:15 -14:45 Patient Safety and Quality of Care -Joint Action (PaSQC JA developments) and Update on European Normalisation Regulation by Jean Bacou, HAS, France.

             14:45-15:00 discussion / break.

·                    15:00 -16:10 Current practises for participation and user engagement in health care and social care (including participation in health services, children’s care, for people with learning disability, and involvement of other special groups such as mental health patients).

             15:00 -15:20  User participation in a supervisory context 

Theresa Nixon, Northern Ireland, (RQIA) will take the lead of the topic of and present it with a view to developing a new  EPSO working group to compare and contrast different approaches for effectiveness of user participation in different EPSO countries (possibly a starting point for a new working group as follow up of the Belfast conference, if more countries/ EPSO members feel like participating). She will present results and methods of the user participation initiatives in Northern Ireland and  will include questions as: why user participation, what methods were used, how was it done and was it successful ?  Presentation by Theresa Nixon (RQIA).

             15:20- 15:40 experiences from the perspective of childcare participation.

Philip O’Hara, Northern Ireland (RQIA)) is to present his

             15:40- 15:55 The citizens perspective of the Inspectorate and user participation

Paul Robben will introduce a recent study in the Netherlands on civic participation in a supervisory context called “Targeted participation” (Doelgericht deelnemen). In this study many questions are raised about pros and cons of different methods of civic participation. Presentation by Paul Robben (The Netherlands).

             15:55 -16:10 discussion – break

             16:10 -17:00 Restraints in nursing care How to improve working methods?

A comparative study and activity between EPSO members by a new (virtual) working group. Estonia will take the lead. Participants in the working group are: Eve Pilt (Estonia), Krist Debruyn (Flanders), Anja Jonkers / Thijs Melchior (IGZ Netherlands), Marjolein van Vliet (Vilans the Netherlands), Torben Hærslev and Louise Gjoerup (Denmark), (Norway), Jooske Vos and Dirk Meijer (EPSO). Other EPSO-members will be asked to join if they are interested to participate in this working group (Please ask your colleagues that might be interested in this topic to share information with the group or to participate in the group).Presentation by Eve Pilt (Estonia).


 

 

DINNER at April 16th at 20:00 (APERITIF at 19:30)

Monday night: Dinner offered by HAS

Venue: Le Bouillon Racine (for more information how on to go there: see above)

EPSO will organise tickets to go together by train RER to ‘Le Bouillon Racine’. We will meet at the hotel lobby April 16th at 18:45 hours.

 

DAY 2 Tuesday, April the 17th  

8:15 – 9:15          EPSO Board meeting (board-members only)

 

MAIN PROGRAMME of the CONFERENCE all day 9:15 -17:15

Chaired by Geir Sverre Braut, President of EPSO (Norway)

9:15- 9:30            Coffee and welcome

9:30 – 9:45           Opening by Prof. Jean Luc Harousseau, Chairman of the Board of HAS, France

9:45 – 10:30        Accreditation: Developments in France: Thomas Le Ludec, Director of the Department of Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at HAS, France, represented by Bruno Lucet (Service de la Certification).

10:30 – 10:45       Break

 

10:45 -11:30         Do the different styles of supervisory bodies affect organizational behaviour? The Impact of external assessment in hospitals (the MARQuIS and DUQuE project): Prof. Rosa Suñol, of the Fundación Avedis Donabedian de Barcelona at the ‘Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona’, Spain

 

11:30 – 11:50      Standard setting in the European context: Different styles of ‘peer review’ in Europe. What can we learn from quality projects in Europe to define patient safety for hospital management? Presentation by Charles Shaw, England

11:50 -12:00        Discussion

12:00 – 13:30      Lunch

13:30 -13:50        Peer review, a successful German model of quality improvement in healthcare practice: Henning Schaefer Ärztekammer Berlin, Germany.

13:50-14:00         Discussion

14:00 -14:30        The HAS case: International Accreditation Programme: Fabienne Menot, HAS, France

14:30 -14:45        Tea Break

14:45 -15:15        The Norwegian case: Peer evaluation by EPSO of the Norwegian board of health supervision (NBHS), a way of ‘Standard Setting’ in the field of the European Health inspectorates by colleagues from 5 EPSO countries/regions

Presentation of results and lessons learnt from the process of ‘Peer evaluation’ by the colleagues from 5 different EPSO countries/ regions (Denmark, England, Finland, Netherlands and Wales) presented by Anne Mette Dons (Denmark) assisted by the other members of the group: Mandy Collins (Wales), Katia Käyhkö (Finland) and Jooske Vos (EPSO) (group members Jan Vesseur, Netherlands and Neil Prime, England are not  present due to illness).

15:15 -15:45        Critical analysis of the process and the results and outcome of the EPSO Peer Evaluation: Lars Hanssen, Director General of the Norwegian Board of Health Supervision Helsetilsynet (Norway)

15:45 – 16:15      Discussion in groups and on pro’s and con’s, Peer Evaluation, Results, the Methods used, Possible Improvement of and possible effectiveness to quality improvement of this new instrument.

16:15 – 16:30      Plenary discussion on the outcome of the group discussion (by Lars Hansen and the EPSO Peer evaluation team).

16:30 – 17:00     Preparing for the next EPSO conference/ practical EPSO issues

17:00 – 17:15     Closing remarks by EPSO Chairman, Geir Sverre Braut.


 

Conference Delegates,

13th EPSO Conference in Saint-Denis

 

Name

Organisation and Contact Details

  1. Bacou, Jean

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 

j.bacou@has-sante.fr

  1. Borghans, Ine

Inspector at IGZ, The Netherlands

 

hj.borghans1@igz.nl

 

  1. Braut, Geir Sverre

Dept. Director General at the National Board of Health Supervision, Norway

 

gsb@helsetilsynet.no

  1. Bruneau, Charles

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 

c.bruneau@has-sante.fr

  1. Collins, Mandy

Dept. Chief Executive, Healthcare Inspector, Wales

 

mandy.collins@wales.gsi.gov.uk

  1. Debruyn, Krist

Inspector at Zorginspectie, Flanders

 

krist.debruyn@zorginspectie.be

  1. Dons, Anne Mette

Chief executive of the Danish National Board of Health Sundhedsstyrelsen, Denmark

 

AMD@SST.DK

  1. Dos Santos Carneiro, César Alberto

 

Advisor to the Chairman of the ERS (Entidade Reguladora da Saúde, Portugal

 

ccarneiro@ers.pt

  1. Galbraith, Margaret

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 

m.galbraith@has-sante.fr

  1. Graversen, Lena

Senior Medical Officer at the Danish National Board of Health Sundhedsstyrelsen, Denmark

 

leg@sst.dk

  1. Hanssen, Lars

Director General of Department at the National Board of Health Supervision, Norway

 

lha@htil.no

  1. Harousseau, Jean-Luc

HAS Chairman, French National Authority for Health, France

 

Jl.harousseau@has-sante.fr

  1. Henriksson, Markus

National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health, Finland

 

markus.henriksson@valvira.fi

  1. Hussum Basse, Gritt

 

Danish National Board of Health Sundhedsstyrelsen, Denmark

 

GHB@SST.DK

  1. Käyhkö, Katia

National Supervisory Authority for Welfare and Health, Finland

 

katia.kayhko@valvira.fi

  1. Kutryba , Basia

(only Tuesday)

National Centre for Quality Assessment in Health Care (CMJ/NCQA) Polish Ministry of Health

kutryba@cmj.org.pl

 

(represented by Bruno Lucet )  Le Ludec, Thomas

 

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 

t.leludec@has-sante.fr

  1. Lucet, Bruno

Service de la Certification, represent Thomas Le Ludec at the EPSO meeting.

b.lucet@has-sante.fr

  1. Melchior, Thijs

Senior inspector, Dutch Health Care Inspectorate, the Netherlands

me.melchior@igz.nl

  1. Meijer, Dirk

Senior Advisor at EPSO Secretariat, The Netherlands

 

dirk.meijer@tiscali.nl

  1. Menot, Fabienne

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 

f.menot@has-sante.fr

  1. Nixon, Theresa

Director of Quality Assurance at RQIA, Northern Ireland

 

Theresa.Nixon@rqia.org.uk

  1. Nordal, Aud

Advisor at the National Board of Health Supervision, Norway

 

ano@helsetilsynet.no

  1. O’Hara, Philipp

Childcare team at RQIA, UK, Northern Ireland

 

philip.ohara@rqia.org.uk

  1. Oosterlinck, Ann

Staff Inspector Quality, Flanders

 

ann.oosterlinck@zorginspectie.be

  1. Pilt, Eve

Advisor at the Department of Supervision at the Health Board, Estonia

eve.pilt@terviseamet.ee

  1. Ringqvist, Ellen

Legal advisor, National Coordination, Department of Supervision, The National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden Ellen.Ringqvist@socialstyrelsen.se

  1. Robben, Paul

Advisor at Dutch Health Care Inspectorate IGZ and professor at Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

pb.robben@igz.nl

  1. Rochaix, Lise

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

 l.rochaix@has-sante.fr

       Schaefer, Henning

External speaker, Dr med at Berliner Ärztekammer, Germany

h.schaefer@aekb.de

  1. Shaw, Charles

 Dr. med, External Speaker, Expert advisor quality systems and accreditation

cdshaw@btinternet.com

  1. Smedbråten, Bente

The National Board of Health Supervision, Norway

bks@helsetilsynet.no

  1. Suñol, Rosa

 Director of Avedis Donabedian Institute-Autonomous University of Barcelona (FAD), Spain

fad@fadq.org

  1. Thébaut,  Jean François

HAS, French National Authority for Health, France

Jf.thebaut@has-sante.fr

  1. Van Baal, Maaike

Assistant at EPSO Secretariat, The Netherlands

mvanbaal@eurinspect.eu

  1. Van Eekert, Stef

Head of Department at Flemish Zorginspectie, Belgium,

stef.vaneekert@zorginspectie.be

  1. Vos, Jooske

Director EURinSPECT/ Head of the EPSO secretariat

jmvos@eurinspect.nl