Students from the Master's Program presented their master's theses
Students from the Master's Program on Quality Improvement and Leadership in Health and Social Care presented their master's theses at the International Forum on Quality & Safety in Healthcare, April 16-19, 2013, in London.
Interview with Drs Usha Satish och Mantosh J Dewan
Professors Usha Satish and Mantosh J Dewan have joined the Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare in a project to make patients better decision makers.
Jönköping Academy in Genève
Jönköping Improvement Education Reached the World in Geneva.
Vinnvård is launching a new fellowship programme within the field of improvement science.
Book Release Party
September 24 two books co-authored by faculty at the Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare were celebrated.
The Jönköping Academy for Improvement of Health and Welfare invites you to open research seminars! Read more about the seminars.
Jönköping Academy gets to offer national specialist courses for physicians
Jönköping Academy has been funded from IPULS (Institute for professional development of physicians in Sweden) to offer national specilist courses for ST-doctors.
The first Master's thesises are presented
The first group of students within the Master's program in Quality Improvement and Leadership within health and welfare are graduating this week. During two days in Jönköping they are presenting their examination works.
The seminars of quality improvement and leadership are getting settled for this autumn.
Improvement science at lake Bunn
On a terrific sunny day 20 researchers connected to Jönköping Academy got together for work shop, dialogue and networking by the lake Bunn in Småland.
Value-system and leadership thinking within elderly care
Jönköping Academy has together with the School of Health Sciences and the municipalities of the county been listed as one of three partners that from this fall will offer the national advanced course in value-system and leadership within elderly care.
Multimethodology - mixed methods research
Welcome to a literary seminar on mixed methods research, May 30 at 1-4 pm.
Busy tweeter and improver
When the Swedish magazine Dagens Medicin listed the 25 most popular tweeters in health care, physician and researcher Pär Höglund was listed no 8.
Pleasant figures from the national application to the Master's program in Quality Improvement and Leadership
The Master's program in Quality Improvement and Leadership within health and welfare has an increased number of applications also this year.
Evidence based practice in social care
Together with the development unit FoUrum at The Regional Development Council, we arrange a seminar regarding evidencebased practice within social care.
How to create value in an organisation to the ones you're there for?
A collection of researchers, patients, politician, colleagues and managers from healt and social care contributed to a seminar on how an organisation creates value for the ones it is there for.
Learning in education and worklife
Welcome to our research seminar with Professor Per-Erik Ellström from HELIX VINN Excellence Center on the 15th of March.
Join the Microsystemfestival
The HeArt of Health Care - this is the name of the ninth international microsystemfestival arranged by Qulturum, the County Council of Jönköping and the international network for clinical microsystems.
Meta study of Vinnvård projects
Vinnvård has in two different announcements distributed a total sum of 100 million Swedish crowns in research funding to 20 different projects. Jönköping Academy is part of the meta study of the results that are being made right now.
Delegation to China
Professor Boel Andersson Gäre participated in a Swedish delegation to Beijing in the end of November.
Value creation in organisations
Welcome to this research seminar with focus on general models on how value is created and its potential implications for health care and its organisations.
Healthcare chat on Twitter
Healthcare social media (#hcsm) is a global hashtag on Twitter for discussions on social media's good use within health and social care - a Swedish pilot is now tested.
Researching with the practice
Seminar with Mattias Elg, on interactive research, 21st of December. Discussions and sharing views - welcome!
More efficient collaboration between researchers
The CLICK-project aims to create a more efficient collaboration between researchers. New technology and new ways of communication opens up broader possibilities to interact.
A Model for Linking Continual Improvement to get Exemplary Care
A group of researchers and practitioners, of which one is the Jönköping Academy, have cooperated in creating a model for how learning and care are interlinked. The article is now published in Academic Medicine.
Boel Andersson Gäre elected to an international network
Professor Boel Andersson Gäre at the Jönköping Academy and Futurum is elected as a member of the Health Foundation Improvement Science Network.
Evaluation - how and why?
During a research seminar on the 16th of November we have invited a few guests to discuss evaluation in theory and in practice.
An appreciated research seminar
On September 28 the Jönköping Academy arranged a research seminar with Professor Paul Batalden and Professor Mary Dixon-Woods on Quality Improvement and Leadership.
Research seminar on knowledge in the field between theory and practice
On the 19th of October at 12.30 pm we arrange a seminar dealing with the meeting between theory and practice and the knowledge that comes out of that.
Health Foundation visits Jönköping
In the end of September the Brittish organisation Health Foundation came to Sweden and Jönköping Academy to share our collaboration, research and health care system.
Paul Batalden och Mary Dixon-Woods - understanding improvement work, Sep 28
40 new master students
In the end of August an introduction for the new students within the Masters program in Quality Improvement and Leadership was held in Jönköping.
The core of our research
Tony Andersson is a research coordinator at the Jönköping Academy - but what does that mean in practice?
After the summer the Jönköping Academy has increased with some new (and old) faces:
International research meeting in Jönköping
Right before the summer holiday, 20 international researchers met for a couple of days in Jönköping; a meeting hosted by the Jönköping Academy. All of them is connected to the EU-funded QUASER project.