Interview with Prof. Dr. Gunnar Öhlén, Head of Emergency Medicine Department of the Karolinska University Hospital in Sweden on flat hierarchies and network based learning to gain better handover procedures for improved patient safety.
Karolinska University Hospital is associated with the Karolinska Institutet (KI), which is one of Europe's largest medical universities. We are also Sweden’s largest centre for medical training and research. Our mission is to improve the health of mankind through research, education and information. KI is one of the leading institutions within medical re¬search in the world, and strategic international alliances are an essential part of our activity.
Karolinska Institutet holds bilateral collaboration agreements with a number of key academic organizations in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. These agreements cover research cooperation, teacher and/or research student exchanges, as well as other collaborative activities.
KI also maintains strategic alliances with two important European organizations; The League of European Research Universities (LERU) and the EUROLIFE network.
The interview series is organized by the EU FP7 funded Handover research project (handover.eu / handover.ou.nl).