Creating Change Through

Trust Based Relationships

Keynote Speakers

Dr. Michele Williams, University of Iowa

Dr. Ed Schein, MIT Sloan School of Management

Agenda & Speakers

Transportation & Hotels 

Roundtable Host & Host Committee

RC Intervention Training

Welcoming Activities

The world as we know it is undergoing tremendous changes. Perhaps in response, a populist groundswell is building up, nurturing a feeling of an ‘us’ versus ‘them.’   How do we create trust in a time of distrust?  How do we build relational coordination among diverse stakeholders to achieve their desired outcomes?  How can we build it across differences in race, class, nationality, religion, gender and sexual identity?  How can we accomplish and sustain RC culture change in any sector, whether it be healthcare, community health and wellness, public safety, education, professional services, construction or sustainable global supply chains?

At the Roundtable October 19 & 20, we will explore these questions.  And you will see the world from a different perspective. Literally! For the first time, the Roundtable is taking place outside the U.S. Our location this year will be Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark and one of the major cities in Scandinavia. The Scandinavian countries have been characterized by high levels of trust among citizens, in the judicial system, and even in politicians.

Join us for inspiration from around the world, as we bridge our research and practical experiences to create change. We invite you to bring your research, your teaching or a change initiative you’re involved with and put your head together with fellow researchers and professionals to deepen your knowledge and bring new perspectives to it. In the Welcoming Activities, you will have a chance to explore Copenhagen and local organizations that have implemented relational coordination, and the City of Copenhagen will welcome us with a reception in historic City Hall.  We can walk-the-talk as we connect between research and practice, and across professions, industries, cultures and nations.

Come early or stay the following weekend for fun with your colleagues or family, visiting Tivoli Gardens, biking around town, checking out the youthful scene in the meat packing district, walking or running around the lakes, stopping for Danish coffee, pastries and conversation.  Whatever you do, experience Danish hygge (it’s all about coziness and good relations).   And see for yourself how Denmark is working to strengthen “All That We Share” across divisions of race, class and sexual identity.

Thirty six abstracts were selected in late June by the RCRC board and its selection committee through a blind review process, based on ratings of quality, novelty and interest to the RCRC community. The resulting program is one of the most diverse and exciting to date, with presenters from 14 countries, and 10 of the United States.

Agenda & Speakers

Day 1 – Thursday October 19

8:00 am to 8:50 am

Check-In, Breakfast and Welcome from Host Committee

Carsten Hornstrup, Joint Action, Denmark

Ragnhild Kvalshaugen, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway

Anders Risling, Anders Risling, AB, Sweden

8:50 am to 9:00 am

Transition by Moderators

Jody Hoffer Gittell, RCRC, Brandeis University, USA

Inger-Marie Weigman, Team Working Life, Denmark

9:00 am to 10:00 am

Track 1. Building RC for Educational Improvement

Facilitator: Jeff Grim, University of Michigan, USA

Organizational change and quality improvement in urban child care centers – Perspectives from relational bureaucracy theory (Anne Douglass, University of Massachusetts, Boston)

Creating & sustaining culturally responsive classrooms – Exploring the role of relational coordination in Boston public high schools (Sana Shaikh, Brandeis University)

Policy and organizational influences on ability of a public elementary school to meet special needs of children of immigrants with low income (Cady Landa, Brandeis University)

New work time legislation in Danish public schools calls for relational coordination (Karen Albertsen & Hans-Jørgen Limborg, Team Working Life)

Embedding relational coordination into professional education (Erik Vestergaard, University College Zealand)

Track 2. Building RC Into Community-Based Care

Facilitator: Jens Ravnholt, Region North Jutland, Denmark

Person-centred approach to health and social care integration – Building RC in the National Health Service (Hans Hartung, NHS Ayrshire & Arran, Scotland)

Moving from person-centered to relationship-centered care in the community – Testing innovative interventions (Hebatallah Naim Ali, Brandeis University, USA)

The association between nurses’ coordination with physicians and clients’ ability to die at home (Takashi Naruse, The University of Tokyo, Japan)

An investigation of relational coordination within interprofessional somatic rehabilitation teams and the patients’ perspectives on continuity in Western Norway – A cross sectional study (Merethe Hustoft and Eva Biringer, Centre for Habilitation and Rehabilitation/University of Bergen and Helse Fonna Local Health Authority, Norway)

The significance of person centered care and relational coproduction for professionals and informal caregivers of persons with severe intellectual disability (Jane Murray Cramm, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Department of Health Policy & Management, Netherlands)

10:00 am to 10:20 am

Break with Refreshments

10:20 am to 11:20 am

Track 1. Building RC, Respect and Trust

Facilitator: Tahereh Barati, Taos Institute, Canada

Fostering cooperation through respect – Lessons from mediation (Adepeju O. Solarin, Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School)

Relational coordination and social capital at the workplace – How are the measures associated? (Karen Albertsen, Inger-Marie Wiegman & Hans Jørgen Limborg, Team Working Life, Denmark)

The people make the place – A multi-level study of the impact of relational coordination on proactive behaviors (Patrick Flood, Dublin City University, Ireland)

The Collaborative Intelligence Laboratory – How to build a bigger we (Anders Risling & Larke Johns, Anders Risling AB, Sweden)

Track 2. Strengthening RC, Coproduction and Trust in Virtual Networks

Facilitator:  Ragnhild Kvaushagen, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway

Trust through diverse interaction for community based mental health services (Angela Aristidou, Warwick Business School, CASBS Institute, England)

Veterans’ patient engagement and user satisfaction through relational coproduction with providers through use of VA’s My HealthEVet patient portal (Lynn Garvin, BUSPH, USA)

Creating change through trust based virtual relationships to deliver high quality care and drive growth (Nina Ellison & Kathleen Dailey, MinuteClinic, USA)

Building and maintaining trust in a telemedicine network (Jannie Kristine Bang Christensen, Center of Organization, Management, and Administration, Aalborg University, Denmark)

An RC-view on the micro foundations of collaboration (Daniel Massie, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway)

11:40 am to 12:30 pm 

Up, Down & Sideways Approaches to Building Trust and Dispelling Distrust

Keynote by Dr. Michele Williams, University of Iowa

Dr. Michele Williams, Professor, University of Iowa, will offer a keynote Thursday morning on the Roundtable theme of building relational coordination and trust across boundaries.  Dr. Williams is an expert on Trust and Relationships at Work – building, maintaining and repairing trust in team-based relationships and across demographic and organizational boundaries, and sustaining those relationships over time.

Dr. Williams earned her BA in Psychology at Johns Hopkins University, her MA in Education from Columbia University, and her PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan.   She has taught negotiations to executives, start-ups, MBAs and undergraduates for over 10 years, while serving on the faculties of MIT Sloan School of Management and Cornell University.

12:30 pm to 1:30 pm


1:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Welcoming Activities

Visit the Famous Tivoli Gardens (led by Tony Suchman of Relationship Centered Healthcare and Runa Thrap-Mayer of Institute for Co-Creating Leadership)

Visit the ‘Practice-House’ and Learn About RC Simulation Training (Thomas Harsløf of Metropolitan University College and Inger-Marie Weigman of Team Working Life)

Tour Copenhagen Harbor and Canals by Boat (led by Bo Vestergaard of Fair Process and Sverre Mangrud of the Institute for CoCreative Leadership)

Visit Copenhagen Meatpacking District and Copenhagen Municipality’s ‘Innovation-House’ – followed by ‘New Nordic Cuisine’ Seminar (led by Erik Vestergaard of University College Sealand and Karoline Bottheim of Lanka Consulting )

Visit the Municipality of Albertslund and their Network Organization (led by Carsten Hornstrup of Joint Action)

Visit the Confederation of Danish Industry and the Central Organization representing workers in the industry sector (led by Eva Thoft of Team Working Life, and Bjorn Hansen and Kristian Birk of Deltager Denmark)

Visit the Capital Region of Denmark (led by Karen Albertson, Team Working Life)

Please choose 1 welcoming activity upon registering!

6:00 pm to 6:30 pm


6:30 pm to 8:00 pm Reception at Copenhagen City Hall

Welcome and Toasts to Our Hosts and Sponsors (with wine, beer and traditional Danish pancakes)

Jody Hoffer Gittell, RCRC, Brandeis University

Virtual Keynote with Q&A by Dr. Ed Schein, MIT Sloan School

Dr. Ed Schein, Professor Emeritus from MIT Sloan School of Management, will join us virtually at the reception Thursday evening at Copenhagen City Hall for a second keynote, facilitated by his son Peter Schein.  Dr. Schein, a world renowned expert on organizational culture, will speak about relational coordination, relationships and the challenge of creating organizational change.

Invitation to Engage in the RCRC Learning Community

Tanya Allain, Lauren Hajjar, Jaspreet Mahal, RCRC

 A Scandinavian Song by our Scandinavian Hosts!

Day 2 – Friday October 20

8:00 am to 8:50 am

Check-In, Breakfast and Welcome from Host Committee

Soren Bjerregaard Kjaer, Team Working Life, Denmark

Claus Jebsen, Institute for Co-Creating Leadership, Norway

Ninna Meier, Aalborg University, Denmark

8:50 am to 9:00 am

Transition by Moderators

Jody Hoffer Gittell, RCRC, Brandeis University, USA

Inger-Marie Weigman, Team Working Life, Denmark

9:00 am to 10:00 am

Track 1.  Embedding RC into Professional Education

Marjorie Godfrey, The Dartmouth Institute Microsystem Academy, USA

Erik Vestergaard, University College Sealand, Denmark

John Dent, University of Virginia Health System, USA

Lotte Kjærside, Metropol, Denmark

Track 2.  Building Multi-Stakeholder Supply Chains & Partnerships

Iben Sandal Stjerne, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

Erik Nicholson, United Farm Workers, USA

Darin Rowell, BlueRock Consulting, USA and Nicaragua

Lisbeth Larsen, CP Kelco, Denmark

10:00 am to 10:20 am

Break with Refreshments

10:20 am to 11:20 am

Track 1. Building RC for Healthy Communities

Facilitator:  Birgitte Torring, University College Northern Denmark

Be aware – what seems easy, can be very challenging – An ongoing history about relational coordination as a tool to increase employment in a Danish municipality (Søren Bjerregaard Kjaer & Eva Thoft, Team Working Life, Denmark)

Partnerships in employment (Cady Landa, Julie Christensen & Olivia Raynor, University of Massachusetts Boston, University of Iowa, University of California Los Angeles, USA)

Towards relational coordination 2.0 – A case study from Danish municipalities (Carsten Hornstrup, Joint Action, Denmark)

Heightening staff engagement in primary care: A comprehensive strategy informed by relational coordination (Amber Crist, Craig Robinson & Curt Lindberg, Cabin Creek Health Systems, USA)

Track 2. Improving Healthcare Through RC Change Methods

Facilitator: Luci Leykum, UT San Antonio Health Science Center, USA (invited)

How a large healthcare organisation in Australia used relational coordination as an approach to improve relationships and outcomes in four multidisciplinary clinical teams (Darren McLean & Martin Connor, Gold Coast Health, Australia)

Leading a multi-stakeholder change process to expand health service capacity in Oslo hospital (Jon Erik Borreson, Alaric AB, Norway)

Supporting a “Fully Integrated Regionalized Microteam (FIRM)” model with relational coordination methods to optimize interdisciplinary team function on an inpatient medical service at a major US teaching hospital (Julius Jong Yang,Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, USA)

How and what to consider when setting up a new organization based on RC principles (Claus JebsenSverre Roos Mangrud & Aud Helen Dragland Center for Co-Creative Leadership, Health House, Norway)

11:20 am to 11:40 am


11:40 am to 12:40 pm

Track 1.  Strengthening RC Across Organizations

Facilitator: Karoline Bottheim, Lanka Consulting, Sweden

Facilitating relational coordination between professionals working across three organizational silos with the same citizen – A tested structure and tools for managers, coordinators and project managers (Bo Vestergaard, Fair Process, Denmark)

Creating coherence – A multi-level theory of relational organizational change (Ninna Meier, Aalborg University, Denmark)

The impact of relational coordination on project success – A case of construction projects at Institute of Management Sciences, Pakistan (Muhammad Siddique, Zahoor Khan & Hamza Khwaja, Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar, Pakistan)

Using relational coordination as a framework and intervention to support collaborative policing and improve crime outcomes (Lauren Hajjar, Brandeis University, USA)

Design thinking in the Boston Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics (Kimberly Lucas and Jaclyn Youngblood, Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, City of Boston, USA)

Track 2.  Understanding RC Change and How to Sustain It

Facilitator: Micha Kaempfer, walkerproject, Switzerland

Understanding the impact on personnel and the underlying mechanisms of relational coordination (Tony Suchman, Relationship Centered Healthcare, USA)

Factors and processes underlying increases of relational coordination in task-coordinating groups (Jim Best, Saybrook University, USA)

Building a Billings Clinic learning health system informed by relational coordination (Curt Lindberg, Billings Clinic, USA)

Lessons learned in transferring the organizational model of change into practice – A teaching workshop (Ken Milne & Nancy Whitelaw,  Salus Global, Canada)

12:40 pm to 1:40 pm


1:40 pm to 2:50 pm

Promising New Directions for Relational Coordination Theory

Scholar Panel:

Angela Aristidou, Warwick University, UK

Ninna Meier, Aalborg University, Denmark

Carsten Hornstrup, Joint Action, Denmark

Jim Best, Saybrook University, USA

Anne Douglass, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA

Facilitator: Jody Hoffer Gittell, Brandeis University, USA

Audience Buzz Groups & Sharing Back

2:50 pm to 3:10 pm


3:10 pm to 4:30 pm

Leading Change Through Relational Coordination

Leader Panel:

Barbara Deane-Williams, Rochester City Schools, USA (invited)

Hans Hartung, National Health Service, Scotland

Curt Lindberg, Billings Clinic, USA

Rahul Rastogi, Kaiser Permanente, USA (invited)

Julius Yang, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, USA

Facilitator: Tony Suchman, Relationship Centered Healthcare, USA

Audience Buzz Groups & Sharing Back

Final Concluding Remarks

4:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Closing Reception with Drinks and Appetizers


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Refund Policy: The RCRC will refund your registration fee up until 2 weeks before the event. If you determine that you can no longer attend during the last 2 weeks prior to the event, we will give you a complimentary ticket to the 2018 Roundtable.

Transportation & Hotels

Metropolitan University College (main location for Roundtable activities)

Sigurdsgade 26, Copenhagen, Denmark

Fly into Copenhagen Airport and take train to Central Station (leaves every 10 minutes, 15 minute ride), or Metro to Norreport (leaves every few minutes, 15 minute ride).
Both conference hotels are a short walk from Central Station or Norreport.
All conference locations are a short bus or bike ride from hotels.

The RCRC recommends the following two hotels.

Axel Guldsmeden Hotel
Helgolandsgade 11
1653 Copenhagen

3 minutes to Central Station walking, to arrive from airport
17 minutes to Metropolitan University College by bus or bike
11 minutes to Metropolitan University College by taxi
11 minutes to City Hall walking

The Axel has a cozy living room and bar on the ground floor and a nice staff. It’s environmentally conscious with bikes to rent. It’s got small, simple rooms, many with outdoor balconies. About a 5 minute walk to the lakes in the center of the city.

RCRC has a room block at Axel Guldsmeden Hotel!

Please contact Tanya Allain at tallain@brandeis.edu for instructions to book.

Prices in the room block are:

single standard room – $161/night

double standard room – $191/night

double superior room – $235/night

Hotel King Arthur
Norre Sogade 11
1370 Copenhagen

2 minutes to Metro walking, to arrive from airport
20 minutes to Metropolitan University College by bus or bike
22 minutes to Metropolitan University College walking
18 minutes to City Hall walking
Starting at $220/night

Nice welcoming staff.  It’s very close to the lakes in the center of the city, where you can find everyone walking, running and biking – alone, with friends or with their kids.

Hotel Rye
Ryesgade 115, Østerbro
2100 Copenhagen, Denmark

4 minutes to Metro walking, to arrive from airport
7 minutes to Metropolitan University College by bike
22 minutes to Metropolitan University College walking
9 minutes to City Hall by taxi
Starting at $120/night


On a Budget?

Hotel: Wakeup Copenhagen

Borgergade 9
DK- 1300 Copenhagen

7 minutes to Metro walking, to arrive from airport
18 minutes to Metropolitan University College by bus or bike
32 minutes to Metropolitan University College walking
18 minutes to City Hall walking
Starting at $60/night

Flight: We recommend exploring flight options on Kayak.com. Norwegian Air and Iceland Air are the most cost effective. As of May 2017 flight prices from the US are as follows:

Boston: $466 round trip

New York: $490 round trip

Portland: $709 round trip

Chicago: $518 round trip

Los Angeles: $440 round trip

Transportation from the Airport: $5 by Metro

Discounts: The RCRC offers registration discounts for RCRC Partners, Roundtable Hosts and Facilitators and Students. Please see registration information for details.


Roundtable Host

The Metropolitan University College is a university college offering a range of bachelor’s degree and academic professional degree programs in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has been a pioneer in the integration of RC into professional curricula.  The Metropolitan UC is organized in two faculties with a total of nine departments in the areas of Health, Technology, Social Sciences and Education. Its activities are spread out across a number of sites, in Nørrebro, Frederiksberg and central Copenhagen. It has approximately 9,000 students.

Host Committee

Søren Bjerregaard Kjær, Team Working Life | Carsten Hornstrup, Joint Action | Jody Hoffer Gittell, Tanya Allain and Lauren Hajjar, RCRC

About Team Working Life: Team Working Life is a founding Organizational Partner of the Relational Coordination Research Collaborative, and the Danish Distribution Partner offering the RC Survey 2.0 to the Danish market in partnership with RC Analytics. Team Working Life has been in the forefront of applying relational coordination principles and metrics to fostering positive organizational change in the Danish public sector. We have mapped relational coordination within municipalities and hospitals, and we have worked with the development of RC within airlines, airports, job-centers, psychiatric wards, public schools etc. Click here to see an animation from a project about relational coordination in everyday rehab. Active participants in this work currently include Inger-Marie Wiegman, Dr. Hans Jørgen Limborg, Flemming Pedersen, Eva Thoft and Dr. Karen Albertsen. Dr. Karen Albertsen also serves on the Research Advisory Committee of the Relational Coordination Research Collaborative.

About Joint Action: Joint Action Denmark is an innovative consulting firm led by Jacob Storch and Carsten Hornstrup and located in Aarhus Denmark.  True to their name, they engage in joint action with clients and colleagues to achieve better outcomes and a better world.  They consult with the Danish Regions, Danish municipalities and private companies regarding the development of relational coordination and relational leadership to strengthen their performance outcomes.  They are working with Danish municipalities and other clients and colleagues around Europe to evolve the welfare state to the next stage by fostering true community based on responsibility to one another.

RC Intervention Training

Tuesday, October 17th – 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Wednesday, October 18th – 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Led by

Tony Suchman, Relationship Centered Health Care

Søren Bjerregaard Kjær, Team Working Life

About RC Intervention Training

In this workshop you will learn to use relational coordination as part of your interventions to improve collaboration and performance across the continuum from small co­located work groups to virtual teams to whole organizations and inter-organizational consortia. If you want to increase your understanding of relational coordination, we invite you to join us. If your organization is beginning to use RC principles for culture change and performance improvement, you can share the learning from this workshop with others in your organization. You will learn to:

-Assess the local context and the performance outcomes of interest
-Identify a work process that would benefit from better relational coordination
-Use relational mapping to identify the work groups involved, including patients or clients
-Introduce the RC survey to those work groups
-Design and set up the survey
-Interpret the survey results
-Share back the results with the work groups, and
-Design specific interventions with them based on the particular pattern of survey results

This workshop includes independent self-study modules, an experiential 1.5 day course, and an individual one hour consultation on the design of a specific project. This workshop will also help you to prepare for RC Certification.


This training is appropriate for individuals with at least one year of experience in longitudinal process consulting or training in group facilitation (formal or on-the-job).


$2950 per person (30% discount for full-time students, discount for multiple participants from same organization)

Learn more about RC Intervention Training

Welcoming Activities

Registration and pricing for welcoming activities will be available soon.

Visit the Famous Tivoli Gardens

Led by Tony Suchman of Relationship Centered Healthcare and Runa Thrap-Mayer of Institute for Co-Creating Leadership

Tivoli Gardens is an amusement park that opened in 1843. It is the second-oldest operating amusement park in the world. The park is best known for a coaster called Rutschebanen. Built in 1914, Rutschebanen is one of the world’s oldest wooden roller coasters. Tivoli is also a venue for performing arts including a classical concert hall and pantomime theater. Learn more about Tivoli Gardens here.

Visit ‘Practice-House’ and Learn About RC Simulation Training

Led by Thomas Harsløf, Metropolitan University College and Inger-Marie Weigman, Team Working Life

In this Welcoming Activity, you will get the opportunity to learn how the ‘House of Practice and Innovation’ takes the educations of a range of health care professionals and e.g. Teacher Training at The Metropolitan University College to a new level. You will hear about the background of establishing the House and the public and private partners who has made it possible. You will see how a fully equipped ward, private home, delivery room and training facility creates settings for both mono and inter professional learning for students at various levels of education. And you will experience how new technology and advanced equipment can make it possible to simulate some of the complex problems, the students need to learn to cope with during their education.

We will start the activity with a cup of coffee and a brief presentation at the top of the House of practice and Innovation located right next to the main facility for the Round Table. We will continue with a guided tour in the house with various demonstrations and tests of the equipment and facilities and from teachers and students we will learn about the experiences so far and have the possibility to ask questions.

Before we end the visit with reflections and a glass of wine, you will learn about Copenhagen Science City (http://copenhagensciencecity.dk), a broader knowledge sharing network on health with Metropolitan University College, University of Copenhagen, University Hospital Rigshospitalet and City of Copenhagen as some of the public partners and Novo Nordisk as one of the private partners.

After the visit, there will be a possibility for walking together to the City hall where the reception will take place. It is 45-60 minutes’ walk. It will also be possible to catch a bus to get to the city center.

Tour Copenhagen Harbor and Canals by Boat

Led by Bo Vestergaard of Fair Process and Sverre Mangrud of Institute for CoCreative Leadership

Sail through Copenhagen harbor and canals and see some of Copenhagen’s attractions from a new perspective. These attractions include:
• The Copenhagen Opera House
• Amalienborg Palace
• Christiansborg Palace
• Black Diamond Library
• The Little Mermaid

This tour will also include historical information about Copenhagen. The tour is in both Danish and English, and some departures have a third language, varying between German, Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish. Canal Tours Copenhagen also has environmentally friendly boats. Learn more here.

Relational Innovation and New Nordic Cuisine

Led by Erik Vestergaard of University College Zealand and Karoline Bottheim, Lanka Consulting

Visit Copenhagen Municipality’s ‘Innovation-House’ and Copenhagen Meatpacking District – and get a taste of the ‘New Nordic Cuisine’.

On this Welcoming Activity, you will get the opportunity to learn more about how Copenhagen Municipality works on developing welfare through social (relational) innovation. The aim is to consolidate forces to make the work of municipal development fast and rewarding. The municipality achieves this by supporting the formation of networks and facilitating a systematic approach to innovation across administrative departments.

After the visit to the ‘Innovation-House’ you will be guided through the innovative ‘Kødbyen’ (Copenhagen Meatpacking District) that has been built over a period of 50 years. The White Meat City is famous for its functional architecture and is a trendsetting place for meatproducing facilities. On our guided tour you will get a taste of the innovative Nordic Cuisine, where a chef will introduce us to some tastings that reflects the mindset behind this way of producing and cooking.

So if you are interested in getting a ‘taste’ of Danish history, like good food, and want to know more about welfare innovation, this activity will be a great fit for you!

Visit the Municipality of Albertslund and their Network Organization

Led by Carsten Hornstrup of Joint Action

Visit the Confederation of Danish Industry and the Central Organization representing workers in the industry sector

Led by Eva Thoft, Team Working Life, Bjorn Hansen and Kristian Birk of Deltager Denmark

Visit the Capital Region of Denmark

Led by Karen Albertson, Team Working Life

We will visit the Center for Centre for Human Resources, Department of Continuing Education and Competence Development located at Gentofte Hospital. Participants will learn how they make use of Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration as a method in their training of healthcare professionals. Additionally, participants will learn to which extent Interprofessional Learning and Collaboration is connected to RC.

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