HPPN Spring Event Conference Programme

February 15, 2011 at 1:49 pm | Posted in Conference | Leave a comment

Thursday, 24th March 2011 (10.00-16.00)

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, 15-17 Tavistock Place, London

Programme

10.00              Welcome

10.10              Colin Talbot (Professor of Public Policy and Management)

Big Cuts, Big Change and Big Society – are we really heading fora “post-bureaucratic government

11.00              Break

11.15              SESSION ONE: Chair Kath Checkland

Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi

The experience of contractual change and pay-for-performance in UK general practice: A qualitative study of salaried GP views

Rebecca Rogers

Challenges of defining the role of General Practice in Public Health:  Lessons from policy and research literature

Stephanie Snow

The past in the present: The role of history in English Primary Care Organisations

12.30              Lunch

1.15pm           SESSION TWO: Chair Alison Hann

Arnott J,  Turner M, Hesselgreaves H, Peak M, Nunn T, Pirmohamed M, Smyth R, Young B

Monitoring and managing adverse drug reactions in children: Lessons from a UK study of parents’ perspectives background

Rod Sheaff, Susan Childs, Olga Boiko,

Bureaucratic medicine? The case of venous thrombo-embolism prevention for hospital in-patients

Heather Elliott

Professionalism, Volunteerism and Proletarianism in the English Ambulance Service: A US-English Comparative

2.30                Break

2.45                SESSION THREE: Chair Stephen Harrison

Kathryn Oliver, Frank De Vocht, Martin Everett

Public Health policy decision-making in Greater Manchester: a Social Network Analysis

Micky Willmott

Getting  your voice heard”: Voluntary organisations’ experiences of participating in local health policy

Scott L. Greer, Peter Donnelly, Ellen Stewart, Iain Wilson

Democratising a National Health Service?

4.00pm           Close

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