Towards a Resilient and Lean Health Care. The Jack Spratt Problem: The Potential Downside of Lean Application in Health Care – A Threat to Safety II. Recovery to Resilience: A Patient Perspective. Is System Resilience Maintained at the Expense of Individual Resilience?. Challenges in Implementing Resilient Health Care. Exploring Ways to Capture and Facilitate Work-as-Done That Interact with Health Information Technology. Resilience Work-as-Done in Everyday Clinical Work. Understanding Resilient Clinical Practices in Emergency Department Ecosystems. Reporting and Learning: From Extraordinary to Ordinary. Reflections on Resilience: Repertoires and System Features. Power and Resilience in Practice: Fitting a ‘Square Peg in a Round Hole’ in Everyday Clinical Work. Modelling Resilience and Researching the Gap between Work-as-Imagined and Work-as-Done. Simulation: Closing the Gap between Work-as-Imagined and Work-as-Done. Realigning Work-as-Imagined and Work-as-Done: Can Training Help?. Resilient Procedures: Oxymoron or Innovation?. Conclusion: Pathways Towards Reconciling WAI and WAD.