Here are two conferences - flyers with the Health Service Journal:
(see this debate)
Integrating the Primary and Secondary Care Interface
It's well recognised that junctions, transitions, information interchange - INTERFACES in short - between people, technology (hard/soft) and organisations are an invitation for things to go awry. They are also an opportunity to learn.
How many axes are there in Hodges' model?
On paper the answer is two: INDIVIDUAL-GROUP and HUMANISTIC-MECHANISTIC
It could be argued there are four.
Although simplistic and static in appearance the axes are dynamic and compound in the imagination. The situations you care to throw at Hodges' model stress the framework and so stress the axes. They partially give way. Stress fractures. Across the interfaces that result meaning can be found if we care to look and listen (with all our senses).
Learning heals people and organisations too.