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The Microsystem Festival
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You are invited to join us at the 15th International Microsystem Festival, which will take place in Jönköping, Sweden: 
Feb 27-March 2, 2018

At the Festival, you will meet new-thinkers in health- and socialcare. People who question old thoughts and have courage to try new things. You will meet practitioners, theorists, authors, researchers, that above all, are convinced that the main source for change is within our own mind.
In order to find new solutions, we need to look at the existing problems with new eyes. By meeting and sharing perspectives with others, this is possible.


Anniversary Theme: MICROMASTERY


Program & Registration

Please visit our website plus.rjl.se/microsystemfestival where you will find more information about this year’s program and lecturers.

Sign up to the Microsystem Festival using the form on our website: plus.rjl.se/microsystemfestival or by clicking on the link below.

Registration for the Microsystem Festival is open until:
Friday February 16, 2018.

We look forward to your participation!

Microsystem Festival Week

Pre-Festival Day: 
Feb 27, 2018
Festival Days:  
Feb 28-March 1, 2018
Improvement Science Day:  
March 2, 2018


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Speakers

This year we once again welcome several national and international experts. Göran Henriks (Region Jönköping County, Sweden) and Helen Bevan (NHS, UK) will join us and share their view on "Connectivism: Building mastery in connecting". Marjorie Godfrey (the Darthmouth Institute, USA) and Julie Johnson (Northwestern University, USA) will give a mini course on the topic "Micromastery and Micro-mesosystem Improvement".

We will also among many others be visited by Chris Dancy, touted "The World's Most Connected Person" who will share an intimate look of how the healthcare sector is responding the emergence of not only a new set of technologies but a new set of patients, the rise of the cyborg.

Also, Stefan Liljegren, emergency coordinator, head of mission and a board member for Doctors Without Borders will tell us about his experience of being the manager of "ELWA 3” what came to be the world's largest hospital for Ebola patients in Monrovia, Liberia in 2014

Chris Dancy

Stefan Liljegren

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The Microsystem Festival is organised by:
Qulturum – The Centre for Learning and Innovation at Region Jönköping County in collaboration with Futurum – The Academy for Health and Care at Region Jönköping County, Jönköping Academy for improvement of Health and Welfare and the International Network of Clinical Microsystems. 

 

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