AKG Herbsttreffen 2019 in Aarhus/Dänemark


The danish hospital landscape is currently undergoing a radical transformation guided by a nationwide Masterplan. The Danish government assigned an expertpanel to steer a 5.5 billion euro hospital investment programme. Its guiding principal is: "The quality of the hospital is more important than it's short distance to the patient."

This means Denmark is massively investing to restructure the Danish hospital landscape towards a concentration. As the result round about 20 huge hospital projects are being executed.

 

The german hospital landscape is facing similar huge challenges.

What can Germany learn from Denmark?

To learn more about the danish approach we will visit the new Aarhus University Hospital. It is the first, huge project which has been completed and taken into operation.

Looking from the point of view of the patient we will engage in a dialogue with the team of the Aarhus University Hospital. A focus will be to understand the hospitals architecture within the framework of the Danish healthcare system and to find out more about the hands-on experience based on the daily operation of the hospital.

The visit will be structured in a series of lectures by the user, visits to selected areas and a summing-up dialogue.

More information: "Our questions to the Aarhus University Hospital"

Sie finden hier eine Liste von englischen Begriffen im Krankenhausbau.

 


Agenda AUH-AKG-Dialogue 2019

Friday, 20th September, 2019

11.45 - 15.30
AKG General meeting
Office C.F. MØller Danmark A/S
Europaplads 2, 11., 8000 Aarhus C

16.00
Lectures

ca. 17.00
CFM - AKG Friday bar

19.30
Dinner, Restaurant ET, Aboulervarden 7, Aarhus


Saturday, 21st September, 2019

Aarhus University Hospital

Maximum of 100 participants are admitted to the visits.


9.00
Arrival by public transport  

Meeting place: Auditorium G206-145

9.30
Lectures part 1

. introduction - comparison between the Danish and the German Healthcare System
. overview AUH
. outpatient departments
. emergency department

11.00
Visits part 1
- approx. 4 groups, always 2 at same time in one department
. outpatient departments
. acute department

12.15
Lunch and informal dialogue

13.15
Lectures part 2

. logistic and technical departments
. wards and care concept

14.30
Visits part 2

. logistic and technical departments
. wards

15.45
Dialogue-Café - feedback, summing up and farewell

16.30 - 17.00
Farewell

19.00
Dinner, Restaurant Centralvaerkstedet, Vaerkmestergade 9, Aarhus


Sunday, 22nd September, 2019

Time to discover Aarhus


Hinweise zu Literatur und Reportagen:

"Qualität vor Nähe - Die grundlegende Restrukturierung der dänischen Krankenhauslandschaft", Tobias Buschbeck/Susanne Glade

"Ist Dänemarks Krankenhauspolitik ein Vorbild?", Sendung über das AUH in Deutschlandfunk Kultur 10. 09. 2019

"Danish Hospital Construction - goals and management", website of the Danish Regions

Forschungsprojekt "Krankenhaus: Impulse aus Dänemark für Deutschland", Zeitschrift Gesundheits- und Sozialpolitik 2018

"Die Verlockungen Dänemarks, oder: so kann man es auch machen", Prof. Dr. med. MPH Reinhard Busse, TU Berlin

„Kann die Dänische Krankenhausreform ein Vorbild für Deutschland sein?“, kma online

"Was die Schweiz von den Dänen lernen kann", Neue Züricher Zeitung

"Der Dänische Patient", bauwelt 17.12 - Teil 1, Tobias Buschbeck/Susanne Glade

"Der Dänische Patient", bauwelt 17.12 - Teil 2, Tobias BUschbeck/Susanne Glade

"Studie zur erforderlichen Krankenhausanzahl in Deutschland", Bertelsmann-Stiftung

Klinikschließungen in der Diskussion - Wie sichern wir eine gute medizinische Versorgung für alle?", Deutschlandfunk 19. 07. 2019

Krankenhäuser schließen - Leben retten?", ARD Reportage 15.07.2019