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RHC Workshop 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Nafi Alonaizi
01:24:27
hi all
Prof Hayat Gommaa
02:38:23
good evening all , wishing you successful webinar
Prof Hayat Gommaa
02:48:20
the sound very low
Prof Hayat Gommaa
02:49:12
I hearing like echo
Prof Hayat Gommaa
02:53:09
please the audio needs adjustment
Carl Horsley
06:06:02
So lovely to see everyone!
levzh
06:06:22
Lovely to see you all
Carolyn Canfield
06:06:59
This feels like such a nice reunion!!
levzh
06:07:36
Carolyn, great to hear from you
Carolyn Canfield
06:08:03
Lev, so good to see you, too!!!
Ellen
06:08:12
Wonderful to see you all!
m.patterson
06:21:39
How did you address the issues of slack? were you able to develop slack?
Carl Horsley
06:21:49
Did you see the reassertion of bureaucratic control in between waves?
Jonathan Stewart
06:23:14
Were patients transferred to Germany using pre-existing organizational networks, or was the creation of new organizational relationships required?
Al Ross
06:24:23
Interesting thanks. Especially the idea that any management intervention to support this way of working in future might be doomed because the flex came from lack of such 'control'..
Irene O Byrne Maguire
06:24:25
In thinking about the cooperation between professionals and the reduced dependency on managers, could it be that the governance systems were already in place and there was a singular focus for HCP, that posed an existential threat to all, hence significant behaviour changes?
ANDREW's iPad (2)
06:32:08
I am not sure about management stepping back. Where we have been most successful in Queensland, management stepped forward, supporting and enabling, removing constraints. It was a very active process.
Carl Horsley
06:32:39
Driven by frontline needs: "What do you need?"
Janet Anderson
06:33:33
Yes, Andrew, I agree. Teamwork research shows there is a need for explicit co-ordination from leaders in situations where the team doesn't have well established routines that they can co-ordinate themselves.
levzh
06:34:21
What are your views about managing hospital level response by deploying centralised Incident management teams where they assume full command and control?
ANDREW's iPad (2)
06:35:02
exactly Carl... as Incident Controller I often had to shift the expectations of middle managers to change their operating paradigm and measures of success.
ANDREW's iPad (2)
06:36:53
Command and control is largely an illusion in my experience, it is more about co-ordination towards a goal which is clearly expressed and reflects WAD..
levzh
06:37:38
Andrew, totally agree, thank you
Janet Anderson
06:44:50
The Uk had some other strategies for increasing staff resources, but what is the best solution for providing slack staffing resources?
Chris LeMaster
06:46:44
Like many systems, we were able to upstaff ICU physicians through interdepartmental staffing agreements (eg, emergency department physicians)
Irene O Byrne Maguire
06:47:19
The digital technology wins versus the human resource limitations is interesting. Also like the attention to macro, mesh and micro. this seems like a route to sustainable solutions? thank you
Irene O Byrne Maguire
06:48:36
NZ knows it place in the world -like it!
Priscila Rosseto de Toledo
06:56:54
can you make the material available?
Axel Ros
06:57:50
Yes, we are recording the webinar which will be made availabel as will the presentations.
Janet Anderson
07:02:18
Carl lives in paradise judging from all his pictures here and on twitter....
Luz Stella Marin
07:03:12
Excellent webinar, different experiences… Thank you
m.patterson
07:03:15
question on central guidance around pandemic vs localized control
Ellen Deutsch
07:04:04
Interesting to see the impact of a feeling of community, and how that supports collaboration
Carolyn Canfield
07:06:39
These three case snapshots gives me such great hope that the pandemic will generate enormous insight into resilience, including the role of the public in healthcare functioning. Public health, “national culture” in respect, and organizational functioning and adaptation at every level. What a rich and dramatic ‘natural experiment’. Context matters so very much, when we talk about resilience stresses and responses.
Marit’s iPhone
07:08:05
great talk Carl! to what extent do you think that being a very remote island with the option for stringent border controls is part of the success?
Carolyn Canfield
07:08:06
THANKS to everyone for this wonderful hour
Al Ross
07:09:02
Great talks cheers
Sarah Prior
07:09:04
Thank you - great webinar. :)
iPhone van patricia
07:09:12
thank you all for the interesting presentations and experiences
Fiona Miles
07:09:30
Thankyou 😊
Ellen Deutsch
07:09:37
thank you; great presentations and great to see so many folks!
Berit Axelsson
07:09:39
Thank you- very interesting.
Neil Spenceley
07:09:40
great stuff. thanks!
levzh
07:09:41
Thank you evetyone
Janet Anderson
07:09:42
Thank you
Ellen
07:09:42
thanks
Priscila Wachs
07:09:43
thank you!
Mark Sujan
07:09:44
Thanks, everyone.
Chris LeMaster
07:09:51
Fantastic meeting.
AyumiのiPad
07:10:08
Thank you!