Dear Colleagues,the underestimation of the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak has impressively demonstrated us that socially significant organizations, such as healthcare organizations need to be resilient. In order to handle future pandemics and other severe and large-scale crisis, for instance the global climate crisis, we need to understand how resilience was expressed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On September 29th, 2022, we would like to discuss at the Technical University Chemnitz (Germany) and online (hybrid) what resilience in extreme contexts means. For this purpose, we will have the opportunity to listen to several international research presentations, each dealing with different aspects of this topic. Our presenters include Prof. Dr. Peter Eberl, Nina Füreder, Prof. Dr. Michael Garkisch, Jennifer Gutberg, Prof. Dr. Attila J. Hertelendy, Prof. Dr. Christine M. Pearson, Stefanie Popp, Ass.-Prof. Dr. Georg Reischauer, Prof. Dr. Mary Uhl-Bien, Kijan Vakilzadeh and Ass.-Prof. Dr. Kelly C. Vranas.
During this symposium, we will also give insight into the results of our interdisciplinary research project COVRES (healthcare organizations' resilience in the COVID-19 crisis: A multi-dimension study across Europe) funded by the JKU Business School High Impact Program.
For further information and registration, visit our website: https://www.tu-chemnitz.de/wirtschaft/ema/Research%20Symposium%202022.html. Participation is free of charge.
The symposium is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).Best Regards,Charlotte Förster
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Charlotte Förster