Welcome to the 9th Resilient Health Care Network Workshop
At this meeting in Jönköping, June 16-18 2020, we will further consolidate the practical and theoretical foundations for Resilient Health Care and discuss what we need to do in order to meet the challenges of the future. The workshop will be a single track event with ample time for discussions.
The format will follow the principle of ‘long discussions interrupted by short presentations’.
Call for papers is now open, submission deadline is March 1 2020.
If there is an interest, we will organize a site visit to the County hospital Ryhov in Jönköping on Monday 15 June.
Please contact us about such an interest through the Contact page.
The venue – Hooks herrgård
The meeting will take place in Hooks herrgård, 30km south of central Jönköping. The main building was built as a residence and completed in the 18th century, but today it is a modern hotel and conference facility that offers fantastic food and activities such as golf, padel and spa.
Region Jönköping County is responsible for health care, public transport and culture in Jönköping County, as well as coordinating development efforts in infrastructure, business, labor market and education.
The region has 350 000 inhabitants and the organisation itself has 11 000 employees. The health care system includes three hospitals and 45 primary care facilities. Region Jönköping County works in cooperation with 13 cities/municipalities.
The Jönköping Academy of Health and Welfare is a collaboration platform for Jönköping University, the Region Jönköping County and the thirteen municipalities in the Jönköping county.
Our ambition is to function as a national and international forum for research and education in improvement knowledge and leadership within health and welfare. Target groups are practitioners and decision makers from health and welfare, as well as researchers and students.
The purpose of the Resilient Health Care Net (RHCN) is to facilitate the interaction and collaboration among people who are interested in Resilient Health Care – practitioners and researchers alike. This includes, but is not limited to, discussions (face-to-face, skype, or via other media); establishing a web presence; exchange of views, opinions, and ideas; mutual moral and scientific support; collaboration on papers and projects; exchange visits; and the organisation of various events ranging from local informal workshops to international summer schools.
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