25-27 September 2017 Reykjavík, Iceland
24th EPSO conference, hosted by The Directorate of Health, Embætti landlæknis, Iceland
at The Harpa Conference Centre
170911 Final Programme 24th EPSO Conference & wg Meetings 25-27 September 2017 Reykjavik, Iceland.pdf
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Video of EPSO conference Reykjavík made by Ian Leistikow
Bestand 02-10-17 11 46 05.mp4
Programme Day 1 -25th September
09:30-12:00 EPSO Effectiveness (working group 1):
More info about the EPSO Effectiveness working group can be found at our website http://epsonet.eu/effectiveness.html
Start of the conference:
Opening and welcome words by Birgir Jakobsson (Landläkare, Embætti landlæknis-Director-General of The Directorate of Health, Iceland).
Trust as important instrument in supervisory practice
Trust - Methods that contribute to learning and quality improvement in supervision. Gunilla Hult Backlund, General Director, IVO, Health and Social Care Inspectorate, Sweden
Trust in supervision EPSO Island Gunilla Hult Backlund.pptx
Trust in the regulator. Trust has an important indicator to know that we have been successful. Chris Day, Director of Engagement Care Quality Commission, England
20170927 EPSO Trust Chris Day 25 September FINAL FINAL.PPTX
A healthy sense of trust. The development of a tool for trust in supervisory practice. Sandra Spronk, IGZ, Health Care Inspectorate, the Netherlands
TRUST EPSO SPRONK.pptx
Interactive session on the operationalization of trust by using a tool that would:
1) Structure the operationalization of trust and
2) Facilitate communication about trust among inspectors and between inspectors and inspectees. Led by Sandra Spronk;
Programme Day 2 -26th September
How can supervisory organisations promote quality improvement and patient safety?
Session on quality improvement and change management
Through the session, participants will:
- gain a shared understanding of quality improvement and change management practices in health and social care;
- exchange their experiences and views on the role of supervisory organisations in promoting improvement of quality and safety in health and social care;
- identify opportunities for further collaboration and development regarding the role of supervisory organisations in promoting improvement of quality and safety in health and social care;
- develop ideas for how to continue their work “at home” based on insights from the session.
The role of supervisory organisations in improving quality and safety
Klas Öberg, chair of the EPSO conference
The fundamentals of health and social care improvement
Johan Thor, associate Professor at the Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare, Jönköping University, Sweden
170926 Thor EPSO Reykjavik Fundamentals of health and social care improvement.pptx
170926 Thor EPSO Reykjavik Fundamentals of health and social care improv....pdf
Towards an outcome-focused model of scrutiny and improvement. Rami Okasha, Executive Director of Strategy and Improvement, Care Inspectorate, Scotland
Rami Okasha - Iceland presentation.pptx
How improvement of safety and quality could be part of regulation. A perspective from Denmark. Lena Graversen, DPSA
epso island 2017 leg Lena.pptx
The role of supervision in improving quality and safety:
The perspectives of a hospital manager
Introducing the subsequent small group activities- Birgir Jakobsson- Landläkare, Embætti landlæknis-Director-General of The Directorate of Health, Iceland and former head of Stockholm Karolinska University Hospital.
How to increase safety EPSO_Birgir.pptx
Regulation for improvement? Regulatory approaches to conceptualising and assessing improvement capability: a qualitative study of UK agencies. Professor Kieran Walshe, Health Management Group, Alliance Manchester Business School and Joy Furnival, Improvement Directorate, NHS Improvement
FURNIVAL EPSO v5.pptx
A World Café facilitated by Johan Thor:
In a World Café, all participants are invited to participate in conversation on a number of related topics, addressing one specific topic per café table.
Suggested topics for tables:
1. What do supervisory organizations do today to improve quality and safety in health and social care?
2. What could supervisory organizations do to further promote improvement of quality and safety in health and social care?
3. What are the desirable “limits” to what supervisory organizations should do to promote improvement of quality and safety in health and social care? What should they NOT do (and why)?
Summaries of table discussions from each of the table moderators (topics 1-3 above) and Reflections on the table discussion content and what it might mean for supervision in various countries.
Improvement of the health regulation system in Singapore
Prof. Raymond Chua (Health Regulation Group) and Bee Tin Chew (Laboratory and Health Support Service) introduce the health system in Singapore and their organisation.
MOH's Presentation to ESPO_21Sep.pptx
How to build and improve effective supervision?
Ian Leistikow/Riitta Aejmelaeus. Look back and summarize of the EPSO Effectiveness working group meeting of Monday the 25th of September
Guided tour in Harpa Concert Hall
Nordic conferenece 27-29th September: