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EQuiP Summer School, vom 5.-8. August 2009 in Gustavelund, Finnland

5-8th of August 2009, Gustavelund, Tuusula Finland

Recommended study material

Research methods

  • Medical Research Council. A framework for development and evaluation of RCTs for complex interventions to improve health. April 2000. article
  • Medical Research Council. Cluster randomised trials: Methodological and ethical considerations. November 2002. article
  • Fayers PM. The scales were highly correlated: P = 0.0001. Qual Life Res 2008;17(5):651-2. article
  • Reeves S, Albert M, Kuper A, Hodges BD. Why use theories in qualitative research? BMJ 2008;337:a949. article
  • Hodges BD, Kuper A, Reeves S. Discourse analysis. BMJ 2008;337:a879. article
  • Kuper A, Lingard L, Levinson W. Critically appraising qualitative research. BMJ 2008;337:a1035. article
  • Kuper A, Reeves S, Albert M, Hodges BD. Assessment: do we need to broaden our methodological horizons?. Med Educ 2007;41(12):1121-3. article
  • Okasha M. Epidemiologische Forschung-Mona Okasha erklärt verschiedene gebräuchliche Studiendesigns [Epidemiological research-Mona Okasha explains the different types of study involved]. Z Allg Med 2007;83:452-4. article
  • Reeves S, Kuper A, Hodges BD. Qualitative research methodologies: ethnography. BMJ 2008;337:a1020. article
  • Stedman MR, Gagnon DR, Lew RA, Solomon DH, Brookhart MA. An evaluation of statistical approaches for analyzing physician-randomized quality improvement interventions. Contemp Clin Trials 2008;29(5):687-95. article
  • Bro F, Rowlands G. Interventions to change physician performance: the ChIPP (change in professional performance) statement. Quality in Primary Care 2006;14:65-70. article
  • Neergaard MA, Olesen F, Andersen RS, Sondergaard J. Qualitative description - the poor cousin of health research? BMC Med Res Methodol 2009;9:52. article
  • Olesen F. A framework for clinical general practice and for research and teaching in the discipline. Fam Pract 2003;20(3):318-23. article
  • Andersen RS, Vedsted P, Olesen F, Bro F, Sondergaard J. Patient delay in cancer studies: A discussion of methods and measures. 2009 (im Druck). article Not to be copied to others before publication. It is accepted.
  • Speroff T, O'Connor GT. Study designs for PDSA quality improvement research. Qual Manag Health Care 2004;13(1):17-32. article
  • Olesen F, Mainz J, Lassen JF. Research, technology assessment and quality assurance. Eur J Gen Pract 1996;2(4):162-5. article

Changing the physician behaviour

  • Peleg AY, Paterson DL. Modifying antibiotic prescribing in primary care. Clin Infect Dis 2006;42(9):1231-3. article
  • Mäkelä M. From evidence to action--how to translate medical knowledge into patient-centred care? Eur J Gen Pract 2004;10(2):42-4. article
  • Rautakorpi UM, Huikko S, Honkanen P, Klaukka T, Makela M, Palva E, Roine R, Sarkkinen H, Varonen H, Huovinen P. The Antimicrobial Treatment Strategies (MIKSTRA) program: a 5-year follow-up of infection-specific antibiotic use in primary health care and the effect of implementation of treatment guidelines. Clin Infect Dis 2006;42(9):1221-30. article
  • Pulkki J, Rautakorpi UM, Huikko S, Honkanen P, Klaukkas T, Makela M, Palva E, Roine R, Sarkkinen H, Huovinen P et al. Recommended and prescribed symptomatic treatment for acute maxillary sinusitis in Finnish primary care. Rhinology 2007;45(3):197-201. article
  • Varonen H, Rautakorpi UM, Nyberg S, Honkanen PO, Klaukka T, Palva E, Roine R, Sarkkinen H, Makela M, Huovinen P. Implementing guidelines on acute maxillary sinusitis in general practice--a randomized controlled trial. Fam Pract 2007;24(2):201-6. article

Writing a paper

  • Davidoff F, Batalden P, Stevens D, Ogrinc G, Mooney S. Publication guidelines for quality improvement in health care: evolution of the SQUIRE project. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17 Suppl 1:i3-9. article
  • Stevens DP, Thomson R. SQUIRE arrives--with a plan for its own improvement. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17 Suppl 1:i1-2. article
  • Davidoff F, Batalden P, Stevens D, Ogrinc G, Mooney S. Publication guidelines for improvement studies in health care: evolution of the SQUIRE Project . Ann Intern Med 2008;149(9):670-6. article
  • Kuper A, Reeves S, Levinson W. An introduction to reading and appraising qualitative research. BMJ 2008;337:a288. article
http://www.equator-network.org/home/
http://www.squire-statement.org/
  • Ogrinc G, Mooney SE, Estrada C, Foster T, Goldmann D, Hall LW, Huizinga MM, Liu SK, Mills P, Neily J et al. The SQUIRE (Standards for QUality Improvement Reporting Excellence) guidelines for quality improvement reporting: explanation and elaboration. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17 Suppl 1:i13-32. article

Ethics of QI

  • Lynn J, Baily MA, Bottrell M, Jennings B, Levine RJ, Davidoff F, Casarett D, Corrigan J, Fox E, Wynia MK et al. The ethics of using quality improvement methods in health care. Ann Intern Med 2007;146(9):666-73. article
  • Grady C. Quality improvement and ethical oversight. Ann Intern Med 2007;146(9):680-1. article
  • Mitty E. Hastings Center special report: the ethics of using QI methods to improve health care quality and safety. J Nurs Care Qual 2007;22(2):97-101. article
  • Steinkamp N, Gordijn B, Borovecki A, Gefenas E, Glasa J, Guerrier M, Meulenbergs T, Rozynska J, Slowther A. Regulation of healthcare ethics committees in Europe. Med Health Care Philos 2007;10(4):461-75. article
  • Miller FG, Emanuel EJ. Quality-improvement research and informed consent. N Engl J Med 2008;358(8):765-7. article

Patient safety research

  • Brown C, Hofer T, Johal A, Thomson R, Nicholl J, Franklin BD, Lilford RJ. An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation. Part 1. Conceptualising and developing interventions. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17(3):158-62. article
  • Brown C, Hofer T, Johal A, Thomson R, Nicholl J, Franklin BD, Lilford RJ. An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation. Part 2. Study design. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17(3):163-9. article
  • Brown C, Hofer T, Johal A, Thomson R, Nicholl J, Franklin BD, Lilford RJ. An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation. Part 3. End points and measurement. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17(3):170-7. article
  • Brown C, Hofer T, Johal A, Thomson R, Nicholl J, Franklin BD, Lilford RJ. An epistemology of patient safety research: a framework for study design and interpretation. Part 4. One size does not fit all. Qual Saf Health Care 2008;17(3):178-81. article
  • Campbell M, Fitzpatrick R, Haines A, Kinmonth AL, Sandercock P, Spiegelhalter D, Tyrer P. Framework for design and evaluation of complex interventions to improve health. BMJ 2000;321(7262):694-6. article
  • Craig P, Dieppe P, Macintyre S, Mitchie S, Nazareth I, Petticrew M. Developing and evaluating complex interventions: new guidance. In. Medical Research Council 2008. article
  • Campbell NC, Murray E, Darbyshire J, Emery J, Farmer A, Griffiths F, Guthrie B, Lester H, Wilson P, Kinmonth AL. Designing and evaluating complex interventions to improve health care. BMJ 2007;334(7591):455-9. article
  • Kruse J. Reader „Einführung in die Qualitative Interviewforschung“. Freiburg 2007:266.

Programme

August 5

3.00 - 7.00 p.m.
- Welcoming remarks Klas Winell and Jochen Gensichen
- Overview and agenda of the summer school
- Introduction of participants
- Presentation and discussion:
    Frede Olesen: “Introduction in quality improvement in primary health care”

    Possible content: quality improvement in primary health care: general objectives; interventions on system level and on
                               practice level; tools as PDSA etc. quality cycle; research as basic elements of systematic evaluation, etc.

- Discussion (Chair: Klas Winell)

7.30 - 8.30 p.m.
- Dinner

Evening
- Possibily to walk at Tuusula lake

August 6

7.30 - 8.30 a.m.
- Breakfast

8.45 - 9.00 a.m.
- Get together

9.00 - 11.00 a.m.: Morning Session I
- Presentation and discussion

    Frede Olesen: Research questions in primary care quality improvement research

    Possible content: Relevance, measurable, expected results and effects, specific, significant, motivational, agreed upon,
                               attainable, achievable, acceptable, realistic, relevant, reasonable, rewarding, results-oriented, time-
                               based, timely, tangible, trackable, etc.

    Frede Olesen: Research designs in primary care quality improvement research

    Possible content: qualitative, quantitative, action-research, efficacy, effectiveness, intervention, observational, cross-
                               sectional long term, survey rct-cluster, rct, n-of-one, patient-preference, randomisation, multi-centred,
                               etc.

- Discussion (Chair: Jochen Gensichen)

11.15 a.m.- 1.00 p.m.: Morning Session II
- Case studies / projects (parallel session)

    Please use the abstract template and one-slide-five-minutes for presentations
    (15 minutes max. each presentation)

    2x2-3 Quality improvement projects

- Discussion (Chair: Frede Olesen, Jochen Gensichen)

1.00 - 2.00 p.m.
- Lunch

2.00 - 3.30 p.m.: Afternoon Session I
- Presentation and discussion

    Frede Olesen: Quality improvement in cancer research

    Possible content: presenting a research program

- Discussion (Chair: Klas Winell)

3.45 - 5.30 p.m.: Afternoon Session II
- Case studies / projects (parallel session)

    Please use the abstract template and one-slide-five-minutes for presentations
    (15 minutes max. each presentation)

    2x2-3 Quality improvement projects

- Discussion (Chair: Frede Olesen, Jochen Gensichen)

7.30 - 8.30 p.m.: Evening
- Visit to Halosenniemi by bicycle.
- Dinner on the way back .
- Presentation of Quality work in Nurmijärvi Health Centre, Mikko Honkasalo

August 7

7.30 - 8.30 a.m.
- Breakfast

8.45 - 9.00 a.m.
- Get together

9.00 - 11.00 a.m.: Morning Session I
- Presentation and discussion

    Marjukka Mäkelä: Quantitative research methods in primary care quality improvement research

    Possible content: Introduction in, pro cons,

    Jochen Gensichen: Qualitative research methods in primary care quality improvement

    Possible content: Introduction in, pro cons,

- Discussion (Chair: Klas Winell)

11.15 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.: Morning Session II
- Case studies / projects (parallel session)

    Please use the abstract template and one-slide-five-minutes for presentations
    (15 minutes max. each presentation)

    2x2-3 Quality improvement projects

- Discussion (Chair: Marjukka Mäkelä, Jochen Gensichen)

1.00 - 2.00 p.m.
- Lunch

2.00 - 3.30 p.m.: Afternoon Session I
- Presentation and discussion

    Marjukka Mäkelä: Quality improvement research, vs. effectiveness research in primary care: Riding two horses?

    Possible content: limitations in QI research and how to deal with, sustainability, implementation, impact on health care, incentives, etc.

- Discussion (Chair: Klas Winell)

3.45 - 5.30 p.m.: Afternoon Session II
- Case studies / projects (parallel session)

    Please use the abstract template one-slide-five-minutes presentations
    (15 minutes max. each presentation)

    2x2-3 Quality improvement projects

- Discussion (Chair: Marjukka Mäkelä, Jochen Gensichen)

7.30 - 8.30 p.m.: Evening
- Dinner in the nature. Bring along appropriate clothing.

August 8

7.30 - 8.30 a.m.
- Breakfast

8.45 - 9.00 a.m.
- Get together

9.00 - 11.00 a.m.: Morning Session I
- Presentation and discussion

    Marjukka Mäkelä: Measurement and Validation in Quality Improvement Research

    Possible content: data types primary or aggregated, data quality, outcomes types clinical process cost, etc surrogates, data management, GCH in QI, instruments interview, questionnaires self-rating, validity internal external, reliability, etc.

- Final questions on QI research methods

- Discussion (Chair: Jochen Gensichen)

11.15 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.: Morning Session II
- Presentation and discussion

    Klas Winell: Ethics in primary care quality improvement research

    Possible content: history, the role of the QI research, patient safety, data privacy and confidentiality, human research subjects, financial disclosure, conflict of interest, Institutional review board, public trust, etc.

    Jochen Gensichen: “Get it done“

    Possible content: Research process, from ideas to projects, project proposals, study protocol, funding, project management, publishing strategies,

- Discussion (Chair: Marjukka Mäkelä)

1.00 - 2.00 p.m.
- Lunch

2.00 - 3.30 p.m.: Final Plenary
- The road ahead:

    Take-aways for improved primary care

    Final remarks

- Discussion (Chair: Jochen Gensichen, Klas Winell)

3.30 p.m.
- Fair well coffee

4.00 p.m.
- Departure of participants

Participants

  • Hans Blomberg (Finland)
  • Isabelle Dupie (France)
  • Predrag Đurić (Serbia)
  • Madeleine Favre (France)
  • Geert Goderis (Belgium)
  • Alexandre Gouveia (Portugal)
  • Thor Jensen (Denmark)
  • George Kamenev (Russia)
  • Anatoly Lebedev (Russia)
  • Irina Moiseeva (Russia)
  • Dominik Ose (Germany)
  • Galina Rusanova (Russia)
  • Konrad Schmidt (Germany)
  • Susann Schumann (Germany)
  • Raija Sipilä (Finland)
  • Lisa Tilemann (Germany)
  • Katarina Vojvodic (Serbia)

Teaching Staff / Faculty

  • Frede Olesen (Denmark)
  • Marjukka Mäkelä (Finland)
  • Jochen Gensichen (Germany)
  • Klas Winell (Finland)

 



 
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