The 15th FRAMily meeting/workshop,
June 20th - 22nd 2023
15th FRAMily meeting Copenhagen
20., 21., 22. June 2023
Aim of the workshop
The aim of the workshop, affectionately referred to as the FRAMily meeting, is to share experiences from research and practice using the FRAM to analyse activities - how something has happened, how something happens, or how something could happen. Users are encouraged to share their experiences of from using the method, its strengths and weaknesses, and to provide ideas for further developments and enhancements.
The workshop is open to everyone regardless of their level of experience with the FRAM; the topics of the workshop will address the uses of the FRAM in a variety of fields. Previous workshops have featured the FRAM in work studies, performance management, investigations, planning, and design in different industries as well as academia.
Participating in these workshops provides an opportunity to:
Discussion topics, presentations, and papers
Participants are encouraged and expected to contribute actively to the workshop. All suggestions for contribution will be considered, however we are primary looking for three types of submissions:
For each type of submission, please provide a short abstract (about 200 - 400 words) with a summary of the work you would like to present or discuss and how you see your own role in that. All abstracts will be reviewed and comments to the authors will be provided.
Submission and Enquiries
Please use this website link - here
It is traditional in these meetings to organise an additional half day tutorial (Master class!) as a refresher or introductory session for those that are interested, to be given by Erik Hollnagel. Places are normally limited so please indicate if this is of interest.
Scientific Organising Committee
Enrique Ruiz Zuniga
Local Organising Committee
Bettina Ravnborg Thude
News about the workshop will be distributed to the FRAMily group at LinkedIn. This will also be the basis for discussions and preparations of sessions.The FRAM-websitewill be updated regularly and provide the necessary information and practical links for the workshop.
The workshop and the dinner will be held at Rungsted gård Hotel www.rungstedgaard.dk
The Rungsted gård Hotel is located in the northern sealand, close to the water – about 28 KM north of Copenhagen.
Rungsted Kyst train station is located about 20 minutes’ walk from Rungsted gård Hotel.
From Copenhagen airport: Go with metro to either Copenhagen Central Station or Nørreport station and change train – please consult the journey planner
From Copenhagen central station: Several options, please consult the journey planner
Public transportation - Journey planner
Please consult the Journey planner
You can buy tickets online or at the train station.
From Copenhagen Central station the train ride is app. 30 minutes to Rungsted Kyst station (you can also get the train from Nørreport station)
The ticket is app. 60 DKK
By taxi to the address: Rungsted strandvej 107, 2960 Rungsted kyst.
Phone: +45 45 86 44 22, email: email@example.com
Rungsted gård hotel offers a limited number of rooms. But there are more possibilities in the center of Copenhagen with easy access by public transportation:
Hotels in Copenhagen
Scandic Hotel, Nørreport – standard room app. 1600 DKK per night.
Located next to Nørreport train and metro station and the heart of Copenhagen.
There’s several other Scandic Hotels in Copenhagen
Imperial Hotel – standard room app. 1400 DKK per night.
Located very close to Copenhagen Central station and Tivoli Gardens.
Wakeup Copenhagen – standard room app. 750 DKK pr. Night.
The venue is located in beautiful surroundings:
The venue is a neighbour to the museum Rungsted Lund, where Karen Blixen was born and lived the last years of her life. Karen Blixen Museum
Registration will be through the Eventbrite website, details here
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