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Discussion Seminar: How do we use management knowledge in managing health care?
Tuesday, May 22, 2012 from 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM (BST)
Tuesday 22nd May 2012
How do we use management knowledge in managing health care?
Where commercial, clinical and management knowledge coexist – is it ceaseless struggle or uneasy truce?
Said Business School, Park End Street, Oxford
10.30am – 4.00pm
The research team from Oxford University and King’s College, London have been investigating the behaviour of health care managers (from both the private and the public sector) in their use of and engagement with management knowledge.
This is their opportunity to share with the field some of their reflections and findings from a 2 and a half year study and to have a debate with seminar invitees about their own experience.
This event will be of interest to both clinical managers and general managers; and colleagues holding responsibility for organizational development, leadership development and management learning.
As well as hearing from the research team about their investigations with a set of widely diverse health care organizations, there will be plenty of opportunity for debate and exploration of the implications for practice.
Topics for round-table discussion are likely to include – knowledge leaders and their role; the significance of “fit” between knowledge and context; the facilitative potential of systems and interactions; implications for the future in a pluralist health care economy.
For further information feel free to contact Janette McCulloch on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07737 101372.