Programme

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DKVF2021_Programm

Plenary Sessions

Plenary Session 1 (Wednesday morning): Understanding complexity: dare more theory
Prof. Dr. J. Braithwaite von der Macquarie University (Sydney, Australien)
Prof. Dr. R. Mannion von der University of Birmingham (England)

Plenary Session 2 (Wednesday afternoon): Transferentscheidungen bei Versorgungsinnovationen – politische, empirische und theoretische Grundlagen
Prof. J. Hecken (G-BA)
Prof. Dr. H. Pfaff (Universität Köln)

Plenary Session 3 (Friday morning): Versorgungsforschung 2.0, Ergebnisse der DNVF Zukunftswerkstatt
Prof. Dr. Dr. M. Härter (UKE Hamburg)

Main topics

TRACK1: #UNDERSTANDING HEALTH CARE CONTEXTS
Basics, theories and results


  • Patients, relatives, citizens
  • Health professions, including doctors, nurses, therapists
  • Patient-Professional Interaction
  • Health services team and interprofessional cooperation
  • Health services organization (e.g. hospital, nursing facility, doctor's practice)
  • Health services networks
  • Healthcare system

TRACK 2: #PROMOTING PRACTICE INTO TRANSFER
Results of health services research projects and their transfer

  • Health services and technologies
  • Telemedicine and digitization
  • Regional forms of care
  • Prevention
  • Rehabilitation and curative education
  • Palliative care
  • Determinants for implementation and practice transfer

TRACK 3: #RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IMPROVEMENT
Researchers learn from researchers

  • Field/data access
  • Recruitment/Incentives
  • Privacy/Ethics
  • Research, data and knowledge management
  • Participatory research
  • Public Relations/Social Media
  • Open questions and concerns

TRACK 4: #COVID-19 AND MISCELLANEOUS
Open for current topics

  • COVID-19
  • Structures and Networks
  • Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
  • Planning and management in health care
  • Organizational development and work force
  • Lean health care
  • New insights from the DNVF working and expert groups

 

Congress Formats

  • Plenary lecture
  • Lecture Session/Symposium
  • Science Pitch
  • Researchers learn from researchers (methodological discourse)
  • Panel Discussion
  • Science Slam
  • Working and technical group meetings

Target groups

Stakeholders, decision-makers, employees, representatives, students, doctoral candidates and trainees from

  • University and non-university research institutions
  • Patient and self-help organizations
  • Hospitals, surgeries, nursing services, rehabilitation facilities, etc.
  • Institutions in the field of quality assurance, evaluation, evidence and guideline development, health policy and
  • Profitability in health care system
  • Organizations of self-government in health care system
  • Service companies in health care and management sector as well as companies in the pharmaceuticals industry and medical technology