The provision of safe, reliable and effective healthcare is reliant on high levels of psychological safety (psykologisk tryghed) among healthcare professionals, and we know that health care teams engage in, and benefit from, improvement efforts more successfully in cultures with high levels of psychological safety.

At PS! we have been working on these kinds of issues and developing expertise in a range of health and social care settings. We have primarily engaged in workshops and presentations to achieve this, alongside the use of social media, e.g. Twitter or LinkedIn.

We have also undertaken a number of projects which have informed our knowledge and practice, as well as made beneficial changes to the organisations we have worked with.

Psykologisk tryghed i (virtuelt) gruppearbejde

Simon Tulloch (PS!) og Peter Dieckmann (CAMES) har udviklet en workbook og medfølgende video, der kan hjælpe jer, der synes, at online gruppearbejde er en udfordring. Begge dele får du adgang til gratis lige her.

Arbejdsbogen og videoen bruges i kombination og giver en kort introduktion til emnet psykologisk tryghed samt aktiviteter, der hjælper dig og dine kolleger med at forstå, hvorfor psykologisk tryghed er vigtigt, og hvordan I kan øge den til at understøtte mere produktivt og underholdende online arbejde.

– Vi ved allerede, hvor vigtigt psykologisk tryghed er for vellykket teamwork, og nu er vi også klar over, hvor vigtigt det er i online arbejde, siger Simon Tulloch og Peter Dieckmann om baggrunden for materialet.

The importance of psychological safety in (virtual) teams

Dette er Peter Dieckmann (tv.) og Simon Tullochs (th.) første forsøg med denne form for uddannelsesmateriale (workbook og video), så del endelig din feedback og forslag til forbedringer - se kontaktoplysninger til Simon Tulloch nederst på siden.

Read the Introductory brief

Psychological Safety – ensuring a safe environment for learning in the Danish healthcare system.

Read the brief

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Evidence and activities

Over the last few years, a number of incidents and documents have highlighted the need for healthcare providers to understand the significant role that the work culture has on outcomes for patients using healthcare services as well as on staff working in healthcare services.

More about evidence and activities

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Simon Tulloch

Chefkonsulent

Senior Advisor

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(+45) 20204392

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