SHEDTalk: Creating a ‘culture of openness’ in healthcare: how are new policies translating into change in NHS organisations?
Professor Graham Martin, the Director of Research at The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute, University of Cambridge visits us in January for the first SHEDTalk of 2020.
On January 28th, we welcome Professor Graham Martin, the Director of Research at The Healthcare Improvement Studies Institute, University of Cambridge. Graham will speak on Creating a ‘culture of openness’ in healthcare: how are new policies translating into change in NHS organisations?
Graham has a degree in Geography from Oxford University, an MSc in Society and Space from the University of Bristol, and a PhD in social policy from the University of Nottingham. Graham’s research interests are in the organisation and delivery of healthcare, and particularly the role of professionals, managers and patients and the public in efforts at organisational change. His research seeks to bring a critical, theoretically informed social scientific perspective to a range of issues in healthcare, including health policy, organisational change, quality and safety, and patient and public involvement.
The event will be chaired by Carl Thompson, Professor of Applied Health Research at the School of Healthcare. Carl is is a member of the NIHR Yorkshire and Humber CLAHRC "Improvement Science" theme, and was formerly the theme lead for the region's first CLAHRC's Translating Research into Practice in Leeds and Bradford (TRiPLaB) theme.
SHEDtalks are free events aimed at a wide audience including people with health conditions, parents, carers, healthcare professionals (medical and non-medical), academics, undergraduate students, taught postgraduate students and postgraduate researchers. Interaction is encouraged and speakers will take questions at the end of the lecture.
Book a free place
To register please click on this link -https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/creating-a-culture-of-openness-in-healthcare-tickets-81289203195
The event is on Tuesday 28 January and runs from 15:00 – 16:00 and will be held in the Roger Stevens building, room LT.12, University of Leeds LS2 9NH. (See map)
Nearest parking, Woodhouse Lane Car park