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Past Improvement Science Events

 

Future Improvement Science Events

No booking is required for these events.

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13/11/2013

 

3:00pm -

Challenging Sensemaking: Elite Management Consulting and Strategic Change in the NHS

 

Gerry McGivern, Professor of Organisational Analysis

 

Aberconway E38 (Business School)

04/12/2013

 

3:00pm -

Colonizing the aged body and the organization of later life

 

Paula Hyde, Professor of Organisation Studies,Durham University

 

Aberconway E38

(Business School)

30/01/2014

12:30pm – 1:30pm

'How can we explain poor performance in nursing and midwifery?'

Professor Michael Traynor

Professor of Nursing Policy

Middlesex University

 

 

Eastgate House 607/608

14/02/2014

12:00 – 1:00pm

“Hospital discharge as a complex (and uncertain) system: inter-professional sense-making, relational position and the responsibilitization of risk”

 

Professor Justin Waring

Professor of Organisational Sociology

Nottingham University

 

 

Eastgate House 607/608

 

Past Improvement Science Events

 

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02/10/2013

1:00pm – 2:00pm

‘Soft intelligence and hard data: how can we know if care is safe?’

Professor Mary Dixon-Woods

Professor of Medical Sociology 

University of Leicester

Eastgate House 607/608

16/10/2013

1:00pm – 2:00pm

‘Emerging infections and pandemics’

Dr Neil Wigglesworth

Nurse Consultant, Welsh Healthcare Associated Infection Programme (WHAIP)

Public Health Wales

Eastgate House 608

17/10/2013

All day event

Improvement Science @ Cardiff: From Network to Centre

 

Prof. Davina Allen, plus a range of experts – click the link for more info and presentations.

Committee Rooms 1&2, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff

01/11/2013

1:00pm – 2:00pm

 ‘Ethnography at 90 miles per hour - Tales from a study of ambulance work’

Professor Cathy Pope

Professor of Medical Sociology ,

University of Southampton

Eastgate House 508/509