NSQH 2022

NSQH 2022, Challenges - Lessons - Directions

29-30 September, 2022, Jönköbing, Sweden

For the 2020 conference we planned to use Challenges-Directions-Progress as lead words. The pandemic is a great challenge to safety and quality in our health care systems. Lessons have been learned that are important for the directions we have to take in the new world after the pandemic. We have therefore chosen Challenges-Lessons-Directions as new lead words when we now want to invite you all both as presenters and participants in the conference 2022. In the conference we will address the challenges we see in the healthcare of today and in the future, what lessons have been taught during the last years in patient safety and healthcare to address the challenges, and what directions we have to take in healthcare and research on it.

We welcome you all to join with fellow students, clinicians, leaders, researchers, and experts in patient safety and quality improvement in the NSQH 2022 conference in Jönköping.

NSQH 2022 - Overview programme

NSQH 2022 - Detailed Programme

NSQH 2022 - Book of abstracts

Committee - Conference Organizers

The conference is organized by NSQH in collaboration with Jönköping Academy at Jönköping University and the Region Jönköping county.

Chairman, Axel Ros
Local Organizing Committee:

Sofi Fristedt
Sofie Rotstedt

Swedish Program Committee:

Axel Ros
Mirjam Ekstedt
Kristina Schildmeijer
Karin Pukk Härenstam
Pelle Gustafson
Margaretha Stenmarker
Ann-Christine Andersson

Nordic program committee:
Sari Palojoki, Finland
Maiju Welling, Finland
Kaisa Haatainen, Finland
Ellen Deilkås, Norway
Siri Wiig, Norway
Anne Mette Falstie-Jensen, Denmark
Henning Boje Andersen, Denmark
Presentations - Keynotes and workshops


From Florence Nightingale to tomorrow – reflections over quality improvement and improvement research development over time.

Boel Andersson-Gäre Keynote_Andersson Gäre

Users, reporters, or co-creators? The many roles of patients and families in supporting system safety.

Jane O’Hara Keynote_Jane O'Hara

Using Improvement Methods: The challenge of acting scientifically in complex social systems.

Julie Reed Keynote_Julie Reed

Values and ethics in healthcare improvement

Vikki Entwistle Keynote_Vikki Entwistle

Workshop 1: The role and function of psychological safety in teams engaged in improvement work in clinical settings

Simon Tulloch, Peter Dieckmann

Workshop 2: Co-design with patients for patient safety initiative and tools

Charlotta Nelsson, Tomas Edman, Bertil Lindenfalk, Elin Fröding, Malin Holmqvist, Axel Ros

Workshop 3: Co-producing quality improvement: a workshop on creating a conducive environment for engagement

Sofia Kjellström, Bertil Lindenfalk, Helena Kilander, Daniel Masterson, Annika Nordin, Marlene Ockander Workshop 3

Presentations - Sessions

Session 1:

The role of organizational factors in how efficiency-thoroughness trade-offs potentially affect clinical quality dimensions - a review of the literature
Malin Knutsen Glette, Siri Wiig NSQH 2022_Glette

The role of local context for managers’ experiences and strategies applied when adapting to the COVID-19 pandemic in Norwegian homecare services
Camilla Seljemo, Siri Wiig, Olav Raise, Eline Ree

Quality Management as a strategy in the development of Swedish Health and Welfare
Ann-Christine Andersson, Tony Andersson, Torbjörn Forkby NSQH 2022_Andersson

What are outcomes and how much are they?
Karina Aase

An overview of associations among adult inpatient experiences, outcomes and organisational climate factors: A systematic review
Seth Addo, Reidar Mykletun, Espen Olsen

Session 2:

Mundane work as a dynamic non-event - investigating everyday adaptations to manage risk in intraoperative anaesthesia care
Karolina Olin, Kiku Pukk Härenstam, Charlotte Klinga NSQH 2022_Olin

Patient safety in the intensive care unit during the Covid-19 pandemic
Karin Berggren, Anna Schandl, Eva Joelsson Alm, Mirjam Ekstedt, Lena Swedberg 

Developing a next of kin involvement guide in cancer care-results from a consensus process
Inger Johanne Bergerød, Geir Sverre Braut, Birte Fagerdal, Bjørnar Gilje, Siri Wiig

The role of collaborative learning in resilience in healthcare - A thematic qualitative meta synthesis of resilience narratives
Cecilie Haraldseid-driftland, Stephen Billett, Veslemøy Guise, Lene Schibevaag, Janne Gro Alsvik, Birte Fagerdal, Hilda B. Lyng, Siri Wiig

“Yes, please. To both”. Norwegian and Swedish healthcare staff’s perceptions of safety reflection huddles in a Safety-I and -II approach.
Karina Wahl, Gørill Birkeli, Axel Ros, Margaretha Stenmarker, Randi Ballangrud, Hilde Jacobsen NSQH 2022_Wahl

Session 3:

Adaptive capacity within intensive care during the initial wave of COVID-19: a grounded theory study
Petronella Bjurling-Sjöberg, Camilla Göras NSQH 2022_Bjurling-Sjöberg

Exploring the role of leaders in enabling adaptive capacity in hospital teams - a multiple case study
Birte Fagerdal, Hilda B. Lyng, Veslemøy Guise, Janet Anderson, Petter Lave Thornam, Siri Wiig

The influence of COVID-19 on Danish cancer care
Lisbeth Høeg-Jensen, Lotte Linnemann Rønfeldt NSQH 2022_Hoeeg-Jensen

Managing working hours and recovery during the Covid-19 pandemic and implications for safety - A qualitative study of HRrepresentatives in the Swedish healthcare sector (Unpublished)
Isabelle Hernandez, Erebouni Arakelian, Ann Rudman, Marie Söderström, Anna Dahlgren NSQH 2022_Hernandez

Managers’ experiences of handling the Covid-19 pandemic in Norwegian nursing homes and homecare services
Eline Ree, Siri Wiig, Camilla Seljemo, Torunn Wibe,Hilda B. Lyng

Session 4:

Participatory working time scheduling in Swedish healthcare - How do managers and staffing assistants ensure employees’ health and patient safety? A qualitative interview study.
Majken Epstein, Erebouni Arakelian, Marie Söderström, Anna Dahlgren NSQH 2022_Epstein

Patient Safety Skill Requirements at the Emergency Department - Interview Study to Staff and Immediate Superiors
Tytti Alho, Merja Jutila, Hannes Friberg, Marianne Kuusisto, Essi Vesterlund, Heli Ylihärsilä, Sanna Kiili, Tanja Eriksson 

Short intervals between shifts (<11h) - pros and cons in relation to patient safety, continuity of care and fatigue
Kristin Öster, Philip Tucker, Marie Söderström, Anna Dahlgren 

A proactive programme for sleep and recuperation in newly graduated nurses: can it promote safety? Results from a randomized controlled trial.
Anna Dahlgren, Majken Epstein, Marie Söderström NSQH 2022_Dahlgren

Session 5: 

Feasibility of an electronic patient safety checklist across seven elective surgical pathways
Hilde Valen Waehle, Kristin Harris, Randi Julie Tangvik, Åshild Teigland Tepstad, Asgjerd Litleré Moi, Nick Sevdalis, Arvid Steinar Haugen NSQH 2022_Waehle

Patients’ and clinicians’ expectations and views on the use of safety-netting advice in consultations
Rita Fernholm, Kiku Pukk Härenstam, Carolina Wannheden NSQH 2022_Fernholm

A person-centred and age-friendly service ecosystem for senior citizens: Stakeholder perspectives
Christophe Eward Kattouw, Karina Aase, Petter Viksveen

Session 6:

Reported Safety Incidents associated with ethical burden in a Finnish Central Hospitals’ Emergency Department in 2021
Merja Jutila, Tytti Alho, Tanja Hautala, Tuija Ikonen

Implementing e-PRO follow-up of cancer patients treated with immunotherapy for safer cancer care
Ellinor Haukland, Siv Gyda Aanes NSQH 2022_Haukland

The importance of occupational health for patient safety: Learnings from a development project
Patrik Haraldsson, Axel Ros, Dirk Jonker, Kristina Areskoug Josefsson NSQH 2022_Haraldsson

Session 7:

Promoting cemented fixation of the femoral stem in elderly hip arthroplasty and hip fracture patients – a collaboration from The Norwegian Arthroplasty Register and the Norwegian Hip Fracture Register
Anne Marie Fenstad, Geir Hallan, Eva Dybvik, Jan-Erik Gjertsen, Daniel Nilsen, Ove Furnes

Balancing the protection of privacy against the duty of care in telehealth: a governance framework.
Henning Boje Andersen NSQH 2022_Andersen

Electronic Health Records on the Top of Medical Device Incident Reports in FInland
Tuija Ikonen, Krista Kumpuvaara, Tarja Vainiola, Vesa Jormanainen

Session 9:

interventions in primary and specialised health care: A multimethod study in progress.
Jonas Torp Ohlsen, Miriam Hartveit, Hilde Valen Wæhle, Stig Harthug, Eirik Søfteland NSQH 2022_Ohlsen

Implementation through translation: translation work in the implementation of quality improvement collaboratives
Kathrine Carstensen, Anne Mette Kjeldsen, Stina Lou, Camilla Palmhøj Nielsen

Physicians participate in quality improvement work to a higher degree when they have designated time: a cross-sectional survey
Ellen Deilkås, Karin Rø, Judith Rosta, Fredrik Baathe, Eirik Søfteland, Åse Lexberg, Olav Raise NSQH 2022_Deilkaas

Collaboratively seeking to improve contraceptive counselling at the time of an abortion
Helena Kilander, Jan Brynhildsen, Siw Alehagen, Johan Thor

Examining the pace of change in contraceptive practices in abortion services - a follow-up case study of a quality improvement collaborative (QIC).
Helena Kilander, Jan Brynhildsen, Siw Alehagen, Johan Thor

Healthcare professionals’ experiences of being observed regarding hygiene routines: the Hawthorne effect in vascular surgery
Francis Rezk, Margaretha Stenmarker, Stefan Acosta, Karoline Johansson, Malin Bengnér, Håkan Åstrand, Ann-Christine Andersson NSQH 2022_Rezk

Session 10:

Continuity of care through the chronic care trajectory –patients, familycarers and professionals perspective
Linda Ljungholm, Charlotte Klinga, Anette Edin-Liljegren, Mirjam Ekstedt NSQH 2022_Ljungholm

The National Medication Safety Programme of Community Pharmacies in Finland
Tiina Koskenkorva, Emilia Mäkinen, Marianne Kuusisto, Henna Kyllönen, Anna Schoultz, Marja Airaksinen, Anna-Riia Holmström, Charlotta Sandler NSQH 2022_Koskenkorva

Quality aspects within hospital foodservice: A scoping review
Emma Wilandh, Malin Skinnars Josefsson, Christine Persson Osowski, Ylva Mattsson Sydner NSQH 2022_Wilandh

Session 11:

Geographic variation in hip fracture incidence and care-processes: a comparison between Ireland and Denmark
Mary Walsh, Jan Sørensen, Cathrine Blake, Søren Paaske Johnsen, Pia Kristensen NSQH 2022_Kristensen

Increased social disparity in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease during the COVID-19 pandemic - a Danish nationwide study
Anne Mette Falstie-Jensen, ina Olesen, Nathalie Lindgaard Petersen, Anders Løkke Ottesen, Henry Jensen NSQH 2022_Falstie-Jensen

Characteristics of patients marginalised from the labour marked after a hospital contact for back or neck pain with or without radiculopathy - a Danish nationwide study
Martin Bruhn, Berit Schiøttz-Christensen, Mikkel Mylius Rasmussen, Anne Mette Falstie-Jensen



Speed-poster session 1

Identifying arguments for implementing person-centredness as a quality improvement measure in homecare services. A literature review.
Ingvild Idsøe-Jakobsen

Patterns of mortality risk among patients with substance use disorder: an opportunity for proactive patient safety?
Jakob Svensson, Per Becker, Johan Bergström, Martin Kåberg

Translation and psychometric testing of the Norwegian version of the “Patients’ Perspectives of Surgical Safety Questionnaire” and patients’ perception of surgical safety.
Sissel Eikeland Husebo, Mona Olden, Malinn Pedersen, Jan Porthun, Randi Ballangrud

Developing contraceptive services for immigrant women postpartum - a case study of a Quality Improvement Collaborative in Sweden
Helena Kilander, Maja Weinryb, Malin Vikström, Kerstin Petersson, Elin Larsson

Studying patient harm by application of Global Trigger Tool in surgery
Lena Bjerknes Larsen, Hege Krippendorf, Ellen Deilkås, Anne Karin Lindahl

Safe Medication of Elderly through development and evaluation of a new complex intervention targeted patient safety culture: Protocol of a mixed methods study with participatory approach (SAME study)
Marie Haase Juhl

Parent experiences with a new complementary consultation for families with children with complex health complaints
Ragnhild Lygre

Comorbidity in patients with hip fracture; current trends in prevalence and association with 30-day mortality – a populationbased cohort study
Pia Kristensen, Thomas Johannesson Hjelholt, Morten Madsen, Alma Pedersen

Shared decision making - Fashionable party dress or practical workwear? How does the specialist health service handle guidelines for shared decision making?
Helena Paulsson Nilsen

Speed-poster session 2

A new special competence in health care quality and patient safety for Finnish physicians and dentists
Maiju Welling, Auvo Rauhala, Hanna Kuusisto, Sanna-Maria Kivivuori, Tuija Ikonen

Cultural diversity in healthcare teams: an integrative review 
Timur Uman, Manuela Schmidt, Norbert Steigenberger, Magnus Berndtzon

A narrative synthesis of patient safety culture
Anja Vibe, Peter Dieckmann, Doris Østergaard

Developing quality measures for rehabilitation in the primary health care setting for persons with chronic disease: a bestpractice conceptual framework using consensus methods
Marie Louise Svendsen, Tina Veje Andersen, Lise Holten, Hanne Søndergaard

Trends in dispensing errors reported in Finnish community pharmacies in 2015–2020
Emilia Mäkinen, Marja Airaksinen, Anna-Riia Holmström, Anna Schoultz

Do we have a terminological problem in patient safety? - A comparative graph-based analysis of CIRS-Classifications in Germany and Swiss
Thomas Schrader, Laura Tetzlaff, Helmut Paula

Evaluating a system-wide, safety investigation in healthcare course in Norway: a qualitative study
Cecilie Haraldseid-driftland, Carl Macrae, Veslemøy Guise, Lene Schibevaag, Janne Gro Alsvik, Adriana Rosenberg, Siri Wiig

The effect of full-time culture on quality and patient safety in primary healthcare service - a literature review
Malin Magerøy