The Problem with care: priorities, politics and research
29th May 2014
Room 452, Durham University Business School, Mill Hill Lane, Durham
You are invited to the launch event of the Organising Care Special Interest Group hosted by the Wolfson Research Institute for Health and Wellbeing & Durham University Business School. The aim of the group is to encourage critical consideration of the effects of organising on care – how the act of organising people, professions, services, resources, regulation, ideas, procedures and processes fundamentally effects experiences of caring and being cared for in health social and related sectors.
With above in mind we have brought together an expert panel to open up a discussion of what are or ought to be the priorities for political, policy and research action. Following their presentations there will be time for open debate with questions invited from the audience to our panellists.
1.30- 3.30 Introductions – Paula Hyde and Robert McMurray (co-convenors)
Making wicked problems governable? Managed networks in health care
Ewan Ferlie, Professor of Public Services Management, Kings College London
Crossing the boundaries: Leading complex health systems
David Hunter, Professor of Health Policy and Management in the Centre for Public Policy and Health, School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health
Priorities, politics and research
Derek Marshall, Chief Workforce Strategist and Planner, Health Education North East
3.30 Open discussion
Refreshments will be served & you are invited to take a tour around the new reopened Durham University Business School. To reserve a place please contact: Teresa Rayner. This event will be followed by the inaugural lecture at 6.00-7.00pm by Professor Paula Hyde at St John’s College, South Bailey, Durham, Durham DH1 3RJ followed by drinks and refreshments. If you would like to attend please contact Teresa Rayner.