Community oriented and patient centred health service design @ the AIDH Summit 2020

S23M Partner Jorn Bettin will be presenting on “Community Oriented and Patient Centred Health Service Co-Design” at the Australasian Digital Health Institute Summit (5 to 25 November 2020). Abstract Mutual trust between patients and the network of care is a prerequisite for improvements in integrated and connected care. Patients, families, and local community service providers… Read More

Trans-Tasman knowledge exchange – Part 2

An Online Panel Discussion S23M warmly invites you to attend a free online panel discussion on the topic: ‘Establishing effective long-term collaboration patterns with the providers of managed isolation and quarantine services and other non-healthcare organisations’ Update: This webinar was held on 9 September 2020. The first 12 minutes include an introduction to S23M’s services… Read More

Trans-Tasman knowledge exchange – Part 1

An Online Panel Discussion S23M warmly invites you to attend a free online panel discussion on the topic: ‘Maintaining pandemic awareness over the coming years and preparing for an incremental resurgence of international travel’ Update: This webinar was held on 2 September 2020. To facilitate knowledge sharing and learning the discussion was informed by questions… Read More

Trans-Tasman knowledge exchange on pandemic awareness and effective collaboration

A Series of Online Panel Discussions Following the webinar on “Global pandemic and healthcare delivery” with healthcare sector executives from across New Zealand in May 2020, we are organising a series of online panel discussions to facilitate knowledge sharing and mutual learning between healthcare service providers in Australia and New Zealand, focusing on: Maintaining pandemic… Read More

Webinar: Global pandemic and healthcare delivery

An Online Open Space Discussion S23M warmly invites you to attend a free online open space discussion and webinar on the topic: ‘Global Pandemic and Healthcare Delivery: effective organisational thinking and rapid problem-solving.’ Update: This webinar was held on 28 May 2020 and includes a short introduction on the importance of trusted collaboration in healthcare. The… Read More

Psychological safety survey

Psychological safety is a condition in which you feel (1) included, (2) safe to learn, (3) safe to contribute, and (4) safe to challenge the status quo- all without fear of being embarrassed, marginalized or punished in some way. Creating and maintaining a psychologically safe environment is fundamental for the flourishing of all staff, yet… Read More

S23M Open Space workshop @ HiNZ 2019

Trust building, thinking, and learning tools to create an inclusive culture of innovation and collaboration 19 November 2019 The second S23M HiNZ workshop on this topic again brought together a committed group of healthcare professionals from across the country. Workshop participants formed two discussion groups around two sets of complementary problem statements: How to initiate… Read More