PhD in Medical Management (Leadership, Organization and Innovation) where I applied change management and complexity thinking to develop and test a facilitation process to improve medical education. Experienced course and educational development facilitator well versed in various group facilitation techniques. My goal is to combine my background in research and medicine to continually improve the way we care for our patients and our staff by developing better approaches to leadership, care management, design, planning, and learning.
As a lecturer, course designer, and course leader, I have led and been involved in courses in leadership, management, education, informatics, improvement science, project management, and patient safety for the Nursing, Radiology Nursing, Medical Informatics, Public Health, and Medical programs as well as at several Stockholm area hospitals. I have also conducted faculty training workshops on teaching, e-learning, Web 2.0, group dynamics, communication, research management, learning outcomes and course development.
I have also facilitated improvement projects and helped design courses on improvement science for programs at the Karolinska Institutet as well as at the Danderyd University Hospital, universities in Linköping, Lund, Jönköping and the Swedish national residency program in psychiatry.
Currently co-lead the Clinical Management research group together with Pamela Mazzocato. On-going projects include studies on process improvement, lean, value-based health care (VBHC) and clinical operations management spanning applications from emergency to chronic care, the integration of patient expectations into care processes, team training (crew resource management) to improve patient safety, process management to improve leadership development, and innovation in the design of health care business models. I am currently supervising four doctoral students.
Academic honours, awards and prizes
2011: LESS2011, Lean Enterprise Software and Systems, Stockholm. Best conference presentation in Complexity & systems thinking track.
Sigbrit Franke Stipendium, Längmanska kulturfonden. 50 000 SEK for contributions to Swedish Higher Education.
2006: European Society for Quality in Health Care, Prague Roundtable Meeting. Best conference presentation.
2005: BRIGHT2005 Conference European Higher Education Students, Leuven. Best paper on the future of health care in Europe & debate finalist.
2004: Academy of Achievement, 43rd Annual Achievement Summit, Chicago.
2003: Delegate. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting Physiology/Medicine.
Turning the tables: When the student teaches the professional - A case description of an innovative teaching approach as told by the students
NURSE EDUCATION TODAY 2011;31(8):803-8
Lean thinking in healthcare: a realist review of the literature
QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE 2010;19(5):376-82
Does an outcome-based approach to continuing medical education improve physicians' competences in rational prescribing?
MEDICAL TEACHER 2009;31(11):e500-6
Innovation in medical education: how Linkoping created a Blue Ocean for medical education in Sweden
MEDICAL TEACHER 2008;30(5):501-7
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Teaching group dynamics - do we know what we are doing? An approach to evaluation
MEDICAL TEACHER 2008;30(1):55-61