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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 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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My 3 minute thesis (ok maybe its 4 mins at moment!) #3MT

Who here, when they need it, wants to receive the best possible healthcare?  It can be a matter of life and death!  However, research has shown that good quality healthcare is often not what is delivered, even when factors such 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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