Changing Health Care Through Medical Leadership and Engagement
25 jan 2019
13:15 - 16:15 (DOORS OPEN AT 13:00)
inform, DESIGNLAB UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE
Schools of business and social sciences across Europe are under increasing pressure to become ‘relevant’ and use their research to make an impact on policy and practice outside of academia. This session focuses on research into the problems faced by senior hospital doctors in the UK NHS when faced with changing institutional logics and increasing hybridity of their hospitals. These changes have had a mixed impact on their sense of professional identities, engagement with their jobs, colleagues and employers, and their view on the theory and practice of medical leadership. The findings from this work have been used to help change policy in the British Medical Association in Scotland and practice in a number of hospitals, which has been seen as a high quality impact case from which others might learn. Is this also impact? If so, how do we evidence it and how do we publicise it?
After a 45 minutes presentation on the underpinning research, and how it has been used to develop an impact case, the second part focuses more generally on one of the specific challenges for management and social science academics, which is to criticise existing policy and practice responsibly and be recognised for doing so. During the last part one of our external PhD students will present her initial research plans, including constructive peer feedback and Q&A.
Welcome by Prof. dr. Celeste Wilderom, Chair Change Management & Organizational Behaviour
Lecture by Prof. dr. Graeme Martin – Impacting on medical engagement and medical leadership: Problems and possibilities (part 1)
Lecture by Prof. dr. Graeme Martin – Impacting on medical engagement and medical leadership: Problems and possibilities (part 2)
PhD Research Update presentation by Choiwai Maggie Chak,MSc. – Interactive dynamics in regional and local health community-academic partnerships: Impact of group climate on partner engagement and collaborative success
Closing & Drinks
who will join
People with a background in health and/or interest in research into medical leadership and engagement of employees. We welcome both researchers from University of Twente and managers / other professionals working in health care.
Please sign up by emailing secreterary Marie-Christine Predery, firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can prepare the set-up / catering for your arrival.