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Supervision for children and young people I HVB based on risk and quality

Reference number
Funding from Vinnova SEK 500 000
Project duration April 2018 - October 2018
Status Completed
Venture Sustainable food systems

Purpose and goal

In order to meet the needs of patient and user-centered supervision and to implement the changes, IVO is in a development-intensive phase. At work, IVO, the Trust Delegation, Vinnova and the National Board of Health and Welfare cooperate and examined HVB activities. The goal is to achieve learning about processes, working methods and collaboration. The project is based on a pilot project in the field of surveillance of the HVB for children and young people.

Expected effects and result

The project will carry out a meta-analysis of the actual development project [Policy Lab] from the perspective of different stakeholders to achieve learning about processes, working methods and collaboration. As well as assessing the ability of IVO and participating actors on implemented projects. Projects exploring new ways to create synergy between authorities in order to improve and coordinate regulations from a user perspective - perspective of those whose behavior the rules intend to govern.

Planned approach and implementation

Initially, a start-up meeting was conducted to create a consensus on how the project will be implemented. Thereafter, a comprehensive stakeholder map was created in connection with the assignment, the users and stakeholders to be involved, and a world-wide analysis of which regulatory frameworks, actors and presuming target conflicts. The results of the interviews and the review of regulatory and conflict of laws then formed the basis of a series of workshops. The assignment ends with a meta analysis.

The project description has been provided by the project members themselves and the text has not been looked at by our editors.

Last updated 4 December 2018

Reference number 2018-02068

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