NSQH 2024

NSQH 2024, Ethics - Equity - Experiences


Important dates:

Abstract submission is open until 2nd of May 2024

Conference registration is open - Early bird before June 16th


For more information - please see the conference site


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Committee - Conference Organizers

The conference is organized by NSQH in collaboration with Akershus University Hospital.

Chairman, Anne Karin Lindahl
Local Planning and Organizing Committee:
Ellen Deilkås
Lena Bjerknes Larsen
Anne Karin Lindahl
Øystein Flesland
Nordic program committee:
Ellen Deilkås, Norway
Siri Wiig, Norway
Axel Ros, Sweden
Mirjam Ekstedt, Sweden
Maiju Welling, Finland
Karin Pukk-harenstam, Finland
Anne Mette Falstie-Jensen, Denmark
Henning Boje Andersen, Denmark
David Bates
David W Bates - MD, MSc

Dr. David W. Bates is the Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Brigham and Women's Hospital and is the Medical Director of Clinical and Quality Analysis in Information Systems at Mass General Brigham. He is a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Health Policy and Management at the Harvard School of Public Health, where he is the Co-Director of the Program in Clinical Effectiveness. He is a member of the National Academy of Medicine and edits the ​Journal of Patient Safety​.

Siri Wiig
Siri Wiig - PhD, MSc

Dr. Siri Wiig is Centre Director at SHARE - Centre for Resilience in Healthcare, at the University of Stavanger (UiS), Norway. The SHARE centre is the largest research group in Norway doing research on quality and safety in healthcare. Wiig is full Professor of Quality and Safety in Healthcare Systems at the Faculty of Health Sciences, UiS. Key research interests are resilience in healthcare, patient safety, quality improvement, safety investigations, user involvement, risk regulation, leadership, and learning in socio-technical systems.​

Stig Harthug - MD, PhD

Dr. Stig Harthug is professor of medicine at University of Bergen, and was until recently in charge of The Patient Safety Unit at Haukeland University Hospital. He was former Chair of The Reference Group for the Norwegian Patient Safety Campaign. Implementation of safe surgery has been his most important topic in research that comprises more than 80 scientific papers.​

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Rebecca Lawton

Rebecca Lawton is Professor in Psychology of Healthcare at University of Leeds, UK. She is also Director of the NIHR funded Yorkshire and Humber Patient Safety Research Collaboration as a behavioural scientist, Rebecca has a particular interest in the emotional, cognitive and behavioural factors that underpin safe care and the local and system level cultures, environments and processes that influence these.