Monthly Archives: June 2015

#OnDevo – Greater Manchester Devolution Blogs from Policy@Manchester

I wrote a blog a little while about linked to my research about healthcare regulation and scrutiny across UK healthcare, focusing on the similarities and differences in the devolved nations in the UK. Today, Im proud to say it is … Continue reading

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Healthcare Systems Engineering

This is the second of two blogs about working as an engineer. Direct engineering technical skills can help in many areas of healthcare for example, in clinical engineering roles such as those in nuclear medicine and in medical physics treating cancer patients , in … Continue reading

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Why I left industrial engineering…

This is the first of two blogs about being an engineer… Today is National Women in Engineering Day in the UK, the Royal Academy of Engineering has estimated there is a shortage of about 1 Million engineers and technicians in … Continue reading

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Audit and Improvement

I have been reading The Audit Society by Michael Power, after it was recommended to me in relation to my research. Written in 1997, it describes the processes and trends in which western societies have developed audit and assurance processes … Continue reading

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