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Workshop systems theory as a shared theory for change.

Authors:

Marlou De Kuiper ,

University of Applied Sciences, NL
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Roelof Ettema,

University of Applied Sciences, NL
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Anneke De Jong,

University of Applied Sciences, NL
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Ferdy Pluck

University of Applied Sciences, NL
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Abstract

A shared culture for change can be achieved if there is a shared set of values which requires a shared paradigm for the exchange of research findings, assessment tools, design principles and a shared language. Systems theory, often referred to as complex adaptive system theory, may provide the framework for increased cooperation and collaboration for the development of integrated care.

In this workshop we want to share knowledge and applied science of systems theory as one of the necessary elements of a culture for change.

Programme outline.

10 min

Welcome and introductions

Dr. Roelof Ettema

20 min

Complex adaptive systems characteristics and examples

Marlou de Kuiper

40 min

World café set up. Chairpersons are well suited to chair these discussion rounds with change every 10 min for the discussion of four statements:

a complex adaptive care perspective contributes to designing care systems which are flexible and needs-oriented

a complex adaptive care perspective contributes to self-organizing care systems which are democratic, inclusive and cost-effective

a complex adaptive care perspective contributes to positive health/better self-management

if integrated care is to become a success, a paradigm shift from a lineair to a systems perspective is required

Dr. Roelof Ettema

Marlou de Kuiper

Ferdy Pluck

Dr. Anneke de Jong

20 min

Discussion of main findings and future plans.

How to Cite: De Kuiper M, Ettema R, De Jong A, Pluck F. Workshop systems theory as a shared theory for change.. International Journal of Integrated Care. 2019;19(4):490. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ijic.s3490
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Published on 08 Aug 2019.

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