Reflexive spaces: Leveraging resilience into healthcare regulation and management

Siri Wiig*, Karina Aase, Roland Bal

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)E1681-E1684
JournalJournal of Patient Safety
Volume17
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2021

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
The study was supported by Improving Quality and Safety in Primary Care—Implementing a Leadership Intervention in Nursing Homes and Homecare’ (SAFE-LEAD) study. The Grant Agreement Number 256681/H10 funded a 4-month mobility grant for S.W. to visit Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands, during spring 2019. The visit made it possible to write this article.

Funding Information:
This article is based on our previous research on patient safety in a managerial and regulatory context. The authors thank the Research Council Norway for funding the ‘Improving Quality and Safety in Primary Care—Implementing a Leadership Intervention in Nursing Homes and Homecare’ (SAFELEAD) study under Grant Agreement Number 256681/H10, which made it possible to collaborate on the article. Furthers studies will be continued in the Norwegian research program Resilience in Healthcare (RiH) funded by the Research Council Norway under Grant Agreement Number 275367.

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