Sub-theme 33: Disrupting Organizing Practices in Healthcare

Bjørn Erik Mørk, BI Norwegian Business School, Norway
Wendelin M. Küpers, ICN Business School, France
Davide Nicolini, Warwick University Business School, United Kingdom
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - G.16
Boundaries and Peripheries
Chair: Bjørn Erik Mørk
Yves Habran and Klaus-Peter Schulz
From adaptive to transformative peripherality through legitimization, reflection and practicing
Nina K. Lunkka, Noora Jansson, Tuija Mainela, Marjo Suhonen, Merja Meriläinen, Vesa Puhakka and Heikki Wiik
Professional boundaries in-action: Extending the notion of work in professional boundary work
Mara Gorli, Giuseppe Scaratti, Antonella Cifalinò and Irene Lisi
Strategy mapping for boundary management in pluralistic contexts
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, MS - G.16
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Lars Walter and Kajsa Lindberg
Disobedient objects: The role of boundary Infrastructures in emerging medical practices
Betina Riis Asplin and Debbie Harrison
Patient representations as epistemic objects disrupting mental health care practices: The case of Feedback-Informed Treatment
Adeline Hvidsten and Thomas Hoholm
Mandated coordination and collaboration. The role and unintended effects of boundary objects
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, MS - G.16
Cultural Approaches
Chair: Wendelin M. Küpers
Takaya Kawamura
Disrupting organizing practices in healthcare through arts-mediated critical management learning
Minjie Gao
The Narrative Construction of Managerial Incompetence: A Case of National Health Service
Céleste Fournier and Elise Goiseau
The hidden costs of cultural safety for healthcare practitioners. The case of the nurses in Great North Canada
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30
- Round Table -
Round Table A: - Room: MS - G.203
Viviana A. Gutiérrez Rincón, José Javier Aguilar Zambrano and Javier Medina Vásquez
Telemedicine: Disrupting, maintaining and creating organizational practices in a public health organization of Cali, Colombia
Alexis Pokrovsky, Sandra Charreire Petit and Damien Talbot
Disrupting interactions patterns in the patient-doctor bond: How telemedicine unveils the role of perceived proximity in healthcare organizing
Round Table B: - Room: MS - G.204
Keith H. Peavy and Thomas Hoholm
Solidarity and the transformation of practices of care
Marlène Barreda, Irène Georgescu and François Grima
“Trust me, it will be better for us”: The role of financial forces and its effects on institutional work
Round Table C: - Room: MS - G.205
Sophia Gavault and Jimmy Vallejo
Medical clusters in French public hospitals: A disruptive organizational innovation increasing identity dilemmas
Elisa Chelle and Didier Vinot
Innovating at the margins: Adaptive coordination to achieve person-centeredness within the French healthcare system
Yuichi Matsumoto
Boundary crossing and collaborative learning in communities of practise: Using SAIDO Learning in Japanese nursing homes
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, MS - G.16
Digital Work
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Terrie Lynn Thompson, Grant Gibson and Ann J. Reich
Assembling digital and datafied care: Considerations for dementia care
Matthew Jones
Examining materialisation work in data reuse in critical care
Mhorag Goff, Damian Hodgson, Michael Bresnen and Simon Bailey
The ambiguous workaround: Exploring the tensions between stability and change in healthcare innovation
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, MS - G.16
Practice and Adoption
Chair: Bjørn Erik Mørk
Cécile Petitgand and Jean-Louis Denis
Investigating the interconnections between human, technology and context in the implementation of an AI-based health information technology: A dynamic technological frame perspective
Konstanze Krüger and Claus Jacobs
How professionals make sense of a new practice: Implementing pediatric palliative care in a Swiss university hospital
Ila Bharatan, Rachel Manning and Jacky Swan
Bringing patient values to clinical decision making
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, MS - G.16
Chair: Davide Nicolini
Dimitra Petrakaki, Niki Panteli and Petros Chamakiotis
Creating social value in online health communities: Digital activism in MedicineAfrica'
Carolin Auschra and Elke Schüßler
Three steps forward, two steps backward: How distributed field governance causes incremental practice change in the case of integrated health care in Germany
Christian P. Kortkamp, Clarissa E. Weber and Indre Maurer
Micro-strategies to enforce competing demands in interprofessional collaboration: The case of geriatric nurses and general practitioners in German nursing homes