Conference Programme

February 28, 2010 at 2:38 pm | Posted in Conference | Leave a comment

Tuesday, 16th March 2010
10.00-16.00

Ken Kitchen Committee Room
John Owens Building
University of Manchester

09.30-10.00 Registration
10.00-10.25 Sue Llewellyn (Herbert Simon Institute for Public Policy & Management, University of Manchester)

Repositioning the patient – repositioning the professionals.

10.25-10.50 Peter John (University of Manchester) & Keith Dowding (Australian National University)

How the response to voice can stem exit: testing the impact of the responsiveness of education, health and local government services to individual complaints in the UK.

10.50-11.15 Alison Hann (Swansea University) & Stephen Peckham (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine)

Going for Gold: the relationship between beliefs, evidence and public health policy.

11.15-11.30 Tea/Coffee
11.30-11.55 Peter Baker (Whipps Cross University Hospital NHS Trust)

From apartheid to neoliberalism: Health equity in post-apartheid South Africa.

11.55-12.20 Walter Flores (Centre for the Study of Equity and Governance in Health Systems)

Ethical principles and approaches to research governance in health care systems: conceptual and methodological implications.

Governance in Municipal Development Councils of Guatemala: Analysis of actors and power relations.

12.20-12.45 Rebecca Mead (University of Chester)

Opening up the ‘Black Box’ of local delivery to improve health and reduce inequalities: A sociological study of one local public health system.

12.45-13.45 Lunch

13.45-14.10
Martin Powell, Ross Millar & Abeda Mulla (Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham)

Implementation is not always easy’? Revisiting Matland’s Ambiguity-Conflict Model of Policy Implementation to understand Lord Darzi’s Next Stage Review.

14.10-14.35 Rod Sheaff (University of Plymouth)

Organisational failure and flourishing following health system reform: Cases from primary care.

14.35-14.45 Tea/Coffee
14.45-15.10 Mervyn Conroy (Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham)

The neglected milk of the neo-liberal cow: a crisis of ethical practice.

15.10-15.35 Evgeniya Plotnikova (University of Edinburgh)

International recruitment of health professionals in the NHS in the early 2000s: between human rights and managerial discourse.

15.35-16.00 Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi (National Primary Care Research & Development Centre, University of Manchester)

Understanding organisational and economic change in general practice: Shifting the focus from professionals to workers.

Abstracts

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