- How can governance of health care promote or hinder the quality of medical work?
- What are the characteristics of good medical practice – seen from the doctor’s and the patient’s point-of-view?
Program (see attachement):
- Beside the key note lectures there will be short presentations of current research and planned projects from Swedish, Danish and Norwegian researchers.
- We have scheduled time for discussion after each presentation and for group discussions.
- Geir Sverre Braut: "Improving professional practice by external supervisory activities – fact or fiction?" Geir Sverre Braut, MD, will explore his theme drawing on his longstanding experience in Norwegian medical administration i.e. the Norwegian Board of Health Supervision, and his further work as Senior Advisor at the Research Department at Stavanger University Hospital (SUS) and Professor at Stord/Haugesund University College.
- Einar Øverbye: "Health care professions in the emerging activation state: a study of
ambivalent relations" Einar Øverbye is Professor of Political Science at the Department of Social Work, Child Welfare and Social Policy at Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences (HiOA). The basis for his lecture will be one of his papers (in Norwegian) “Velferdsprofesjonene iaktiveringsstaten: en studie av ambivalente relasjoner” in Molander, A, Smeby J-C (red) Profesjonsstudier II. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget 2013:107-21.
- Helen Brandstorp:"Context based & value driven quality work in primary care" Helen Brandstorp, MD, PhD student and Director of the Norwegian Centre of Rural Medicine at the Arctic University of Norway in Tromsø (UiT). She has extensive experience of the organization of treatment teams in general practice for dealing with patients in acute situation response, and will thus share perspectives from both an organizational level and patients experiences of what ”good treatment” is.
- Per Vaglum: "Listening in the waiting room: What was said about doctors?" Per Vaglum, MD, Dr Med, Professor Emeritus at Department of Behavioural Sciences in Medicine at the University of Oslo, specialist in Psychiatry and Psychoanalyst. His presentation will be based on an article he has published (in Norwegian) “Tre forslag til sykehusreformer som vil ha avgjørende betydning for alle pasienter”, Aftenposten 5.08.2016.
- "Happy-at-work – an employee survey among Danish junior doctors" Ida Wieborg von Rosen, Jesper Brink Svendsen, Bjarne Skjødt Worm, Denmark
- "Violence and Threats towards Danish Junior Doctors – a cross-sectional survey study" Jesper Brink Svendsen, Ida Wieborg von Rosen, Bjarne Skjødt Worm, Denmark
- "Developing good medical practice in interaction between patients and professional practitioners – sociomateriality matters" Karin Thörne, Boel Andersson-Gäre, Håkan Hult, Madelaine Abrandt Dahlgren, Sweden
- "Patients´ perspective on safety in primary care - A mixed studies review" Martin Harbitz, Norway
- "Health care professionals’ accounts of challenges in managing motor neurone disease in primary health care: a qualitative study" Sverre Vigeland Lerum, Kari Nyheim Solbrække, Jan C. Frich, Norway
- "Medical School Predictors of Later Perceived mastery of Clinical Work among Norwegian Doctors: A 20-Year Prospective Study" Anna Belfrage, Kjersti Støen Grotmol, Lars Lien, Reidar Tyssen, Norway
- "Work-related factors and Subjective well-being among Norwegian medical doctors: a 15-year longitudinal study (NORDOC)" Javed Iqbal Mahmood, Kjersti Støen Grotmol, Martin Tesli, Torbjørn Moum, Reidar Tyssen, Norway
- "‘Healthy Healthcare’ and European Cooperation in Science and Technology" Lise T. Løvseth, Norway
- "Presentation of the EAPH-network - European Association for Physician Health" Karin Isaksson Rø
Practical information and costs:
When? From Monday 23 January at 11:30 until Tuesday 24 January 14:00
Where? Park Inn, Oslo Airport Hotel, Gardermoen, Oslo
Hotel package NOK 2913 includes: Accommodation (in single rooms) with breakfast 23-24 Jan (NOK 1005), dinner, 3 course menu, 23 Jan (NOK 425 + beverages), 2 day-packages including lunch and refreshments (NOK 1483: Day 1 NOK 731/Day 2 NOK 752).
LEFO’s staff will administrate the bookings and each participant pays directly to the hotel when leaving.
Deadline for registration: As soon as possible.
If you wish to cancel the registration, please notify LEFO before 1 December 2015. Your registration is binding after this date. The hotel has a“no show” for both the conference fee and the accommodation. Note that a 25% tax will be added to the original amount if "no show".