HPPN 2011 Annual Conference Programme

August 17, 2011 at 9:32 am | Posted in Conference | Leave a comment

Venue: Magdalen College, University of Oxford

Monday 5th September

Arrival  any time after 11 am – please report to porters lodge

1 – 2  Lunch

2 – 3.30 Session one

Recruiting foreign nurses for the U.K.: the role of bilateral labour agreements

Evgeniya Plotnikova

Sheep dogs?  Public involvement institutions and rounding-up opponents to changes in NHS services

Ruth Carlyle

Right Place – Wrong Patient’: why acute hospitals do not work for older people.

Michael  Calnan

3.30-4 Coffee

4.00 – 5.30 Session two

Resource allocation and professionalism in the English Ambulance Service: A study of regional variations

Heather A. Elliott

Will Health and Wellbeing Boards deliver rational decision making?

Neil Nerva

‘Reorganising the NHS 1971-2011: perspectives of a grumpy old man’

Steve Harrison

6.00 Drinks reception (on chestnut lawn if fine) – lounge suits & nice frocks please

6.30pm Conference dinner

Tuesday 6th September

7.30–8.30 Breakfast

9.30-10.45 Session three

Avoiding hospital admission: the policy and politics of ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Andrew Gray

The limitations of ideational politics and the problem of NHS reform

Ian Greener

Are we prepared? NHS emergency planning issues requiring research

Alan Boyd & Alison Whitehead

10.45-11.15 Coffee

11.15–12.45 Session four

Who do we think we are? Analysing the content and form of identity work in the NHS

Imelda McDermott

‘Equity and Excellence’ – a GP’s eye view’

Kath Checkland

“What have we learned form 20 years of health reform in England…. and who are ‘we’?”

Calum Paton

 1 – 2 Lunch

2-3.30 Session five

Creating an impersonal NHS? Choice, competition and the erosion of intimacy

John Owens

A framework for exploring the UK policy implications of UK medical tourism and international patient flows

Neil Lunt (University of York) and Russell Mannion (University of Birmingham) (with Mark Exworthy as co-author, RHUL)

3.30 Coffee and depart


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