Category Archives: Being a Student

Reflections from OBHC – finding a research community

Earlier this week, I was lucky enough to attend the 10th International Organisational Behaviour in Healthcare Conference (OBHC) held at Cardiff University Business School, which was focused on ‘Attaining, sustaining and spreading improvement: Art or science?’.  I had submitted an … 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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Why did I do my PhD?

I was interviewed last month for an article in the Financial Times about my time at Ashridge Business School.  I was lucky enough to complete my Masters in Leadership (Quality Improvement) at the School, funded by The Health Foundation as … Continue reading

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Students have an easy life?

Uni has started in earnest now, I had this illusion when I was working and dreaming of giving it all up to do a PhD that I would have endless time to sit in cafes and drink coffee and chat, … Continue reading

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My first blog

Hi all So against all my rational argument and logical thinking I have decided to try to write a blog. I am a bit worried, it might be another one of those impulsive things I do occasionally as it sounds … Continue reading

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