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 Hannah Williams

Hannah Williams

Research student,

Overview

I am a PhD researcher within the Management, Employment and Organisation section of Cardiff Business School.


I am interested in studying innovative forms of organisation, service delivery and governance in health and social care. Currently, I am focusing on co-production efforts in Welsh health and social care. Alongside my PhD, I have worked as a Researcher/Research Assistant on two projects. The first project is COGOV (Co Production and Co Governance: Strategic Management, Public Value and Co Creation in the Renewal of Public Agencies across Europe); an EU-funded project, in partnership with other UK and EU universities and institutions. The second project is ‘UK universities’ response to Covid-19: managing their identities during a time of crisis.’


I am also a seminar leader for undergraduate students and have assisted teaching and delivered sessions for postgraduate students.

Research

Research interests


  • Organisational Studies

  • Public Management

  • Health and Social Care

  • Co-production

  • Public Value

  • Innovation

  • Human Resource Management

Teaching

I was a seminar leader on the follow undergraduate modules:



  • Introduction to Management and Organisation

  • Managing People


I have also assisted teaching and/or delivered sessions on the follow postgraduate courses:



  • MSc Human Resource Management / MSc International Human Resource Management

  • NHS Wales Diploma in Healthcare

Thesis

Co-production in Welsh health and social care

Funding source

Institute of Directors Wales

Supervisors

Martin Kitchener

Professor Martin Kitchener

Professor of Public Sector Management and Policy

Professor Aoife McDermott

Professor of Human Resource Management

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Professor Sarah Jenkins

Professor of Human Resource Management

Publications

2021