Sub-theme 44: Implementing Innovation in Public Health: Organizational Challenges and Implications on Work

Lorenzo Mercurio, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Maddalena Illario, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
Regina Roller-Wirnsberger, Medical University of Graz, Austria
Session I: Thursday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Implementation Challenges for Health Service Provision: From Strategy to Learning
Chair: Maddalena Illario & Lorenzo Mercurio
Jean-Baptiste Gartner, Géraldine Layani, Maxime Sasseville, Célia Lemaire, André Côté, matthew menear and Catherine Wilhelmy
Implementation model for the practical operationalization of a valid and effective learning health system (IMPrOVE-LHS): A concept analysis and systematic review
Anahid Aghamanoukjan, Martina Nitsch, Karin Waldherr and Martina Nitsch
Implementing health literacy and communication quality. Multi-Level sensemaking in Austrian health care organizations
Wen Wang, Roger Seifert and Matt Bamber
Goal setting, discrimination in the National Health Service, overspill, and the perpetuation of inequality
Session II: Thursday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Equity and Consistency for an Evidence-based Policy Making
Chair: Lorenzo Mercurio & Maddalena Illario
Irene Gabutti, Lorena Martini, Luigi Apuzzo, Daniele Pandolfi and Domenico Mantoan
Retaining health professionals in nursing homes: Where does change start?
Renaud Guignard, Valérie Fernandez, Benedicte Geffroy and Bénédicte Geffroy
Dynamics of appropriation and professional jurisdictions in oncological imaging: a French perspective on PET-CT as a multimodality imaging method.
Giuliano Marolla, Angelo Rosa, Nicola Capolupo and Nicola Capolupo
Crossing the bonds between legacy and power in healthcare organizations. Insights from Italy
Lucio Todisco, Andrea Tomo, Paolo Canonico and Gianluigi Mangia
Technostress and workplaces: The case of near working to support the health and well-being of employees in the public sector
Session III: Thursday, July 06, 14:00 to 15:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Stakeholders Engagement to Strengthen Health Service Provision: Balancing Professional and Citizen Viewpoints
Chair: Lorenzo Mercurio & Maddalena Illario
Bernard Voz, Benoit Pétré and Jean-François Orianne
User participation to hospital quality: From blurring to asserting boundaries
François Lambotte, Anne Mayère and Anja Martin-Scholz
Revealing the complex work of maintenance of the French cancer registrars: How branded “innovation” can fragilize public health?
Christian Delorenzo, Marina Vignot, Camille Jung, Sarah Bathaei, Andrea Lazzati and Federica Angeli
QUALEX: A narrative inquiry and qualitative analysis of the patient experience in bariatric surgery
Session IV: Friday, July 07, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Sharpening the Focus on the Implementation Challenges for Digital Health: Service Integration
Chair: Maddalena Illario & Lorenzo Mercurio
Younes El Manzani and Jihane Sebai
French healthcare professionals’ adoption of telemedicine during the Covid-19: An analysis from the technology-organization-environment framework
Jitse Schuurmans, martijn felder, Roland Bal, Iris Wallenburg and Martijn Felder
The waterbed effect: Acting on capacity problems in elderly care
Mattia V. Olive, Luca Gastaldi, Chiara Sgarbossa and Mariano Corso
On the dynamic interplay between formal and informal coordination mechanisms: evidence from three telemedicine services in Italy
Adalie Elisabeth Bruine de Bruin, Patrick Vermeulen, Dirk Vriens and Claudia Groß
Does ICT work for you or against you? A systematic literature review into how the use of ICT influence care workers’ individual job characteristics in elderly long-term care
Session V: Friday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Translating Evidences into Inputs for Organization and Planning
Chair: Maddalena Illario & Lorenzo Mercurio
Federica Morandi, Roberta Laurita, Vincenzo Nardelli, Eugenio Di Brino and Americo Cicchetti
Does your perception of safety matter for mine? Spillover effect analysis of breast cancer patients during the Covid-19 pandemic
Duncan Reynolds
Treating guinea pigs as people to aid medical innovation: An ethnographic study of trusting in medical practice
Alberto Zanutto, Diego Ponte and Andrea Girardi
The missing ring: Practice of change in digital chronic heart telemonitoring
Session VI: Friday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Drivers of Change in Health Service Provision
Chair: Lorenzo Mercurio & Maddalena Illario
Caterina Manfrini, Izabelle Bäckström, Gergana Romanova, Carsten Nico Portefée Hjortsø and Carsten Nico Hjortsø
Exploring employee-driven innovation strategies in the Danish public healthcare system
Kristine L. Vigsnes, Charlotte Kiland and Eirik Abildsnes
Policy Development and Implementation in Public Health – Dealing with Complexity
Kerstin Rego
“We are Switzerland”: On the relation between health care logics, the ideology of neutrality in quality management and the digital transformation
Luca Giorgio, Roberta Laurita and Federica Morandi
Does autonomy affect multidisciplinary team performance? The mediating role of boundary spanning
Session VII: Saturday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
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Session VIII: Saturday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, Magistero – Aggiunto – 1_2A
Well Being and Quality
Chair: Lorenzo Mercurio
Gro Kvåle, Tor-Ivar Karlsen, Charlotte Kiland and Dag Olaf Torjesen
Implementing intersectoral agency in local public health work
Ramona Lange, Barbara Hendriks and Sebastian Starystach
Towards institutionalization of quality demands of translational research in German university medicine – A case study
Carole Bonanni, Augustin Samson and Sreerama Murthy
Opportunities and challenges of co-design for NPOs – Literature review
Marharyta Beraziuk
The dark sides of artificial intelligence in healthcare: A bibliometric mapping analysis using VOSviewer software