CHILL Scholarship, in collaboration with NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands and NIHR Greater Manchester Patient Safety Translational Research Centre.
Are you interested in applying theories and methods in operations management and systems research to understanding and promoting the safety of care transitions in healthcare systems? This funded PhD will commence in Autumn 2017.
Closing date: 9th June 2017.
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Title: Improvement in a Changing Health Landscape
CHILL’s Annual Event will this year focus on Improvement.
CHILL (and other) researchers will be reporting on a variety of improvement projects in healthcare, drawn from across all parts of health services. We believe that the real-world lessons to be drawn from these projects will be of interest to a wide range of NHS professionals and managers.
Our 2017 CHILL Showcase Event will take place during the afternoon of Wednesday 18 October, 2017 and will be held at the Institute of Mental Health Building, Triumph Road, Nottingham.
Please save this date in your calendars, further information will be circulated in due course.
The CHILL Team
It is with great pleasure that CHILL can share with you the fantastic news that Stephen Timmons, Simon Bishop and Zoey Spendlove were successful in their promotion applications, to Professor, Associate Professor and Assistant Professor respectively. They have all worked incredibly hard across research, teaching and leadership, and have been integral to the development and success of CHILL and we wish them our heartiest congratulations.
Knowledge Integration Processes in Translational Research: The Case of the Premature Birth Center
Translational research is applauded for its potential to move knowledge gained from the basic sciences to its application in clinical settings. Academic institutions, governments, and funders are interested in investing in such research initiatives. Yet, it has been shown that this type of collaborative research entails unique challenges. This presentation sheds light on those challenges by describing the formation of a new translational research center at Stanford University School of Medicine seeking to uncover the causes of premature birth.
Speaker: Elina Mäkinen, Faculty of Management, University of Tampere
Elina Mäkinen (Ph.D.) is an organizational sociologist specializing in collaboration and innovation in the life sciences. She received her Ph.D. from Stanford University’s organization studies doctoral program and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Management in University of Tampere, Finland.
Of sheep, shepherds and sheepdogs? Competing and complementary pastoral power in patient behaviour change.
Applying Foucault‘s concept of Pastoral Power in settings of multi-pastors. Foucault’s concept of ‘pastoral power’ describes an important technique for constituting obedient subjects. Derived from his analysis of the Christian pastorate, he saw pastoral power as a prelude to contemporary technologies of governing ‘beyond the State’, where ‘experts’ shepherd self-governing subjects. However, the specific practices of modern pastorate have been little developed.
This seminar, presented by Justin Waring, will examine the relational practices of pastoral power associated with the government of medicine use within the English healthcare system.
Justin Waring is Professor of Organisational Sociology, Associate Dean for Research at Nottingham University Business School, Implementing Evidence and Improvement Lead for NIHR CLAHRC East Midlands.
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Changing professionals, changing professional ecologies – Instrumental Regulation
The use of competency frameworks for the assessment of professionals’ competence, or fitness to practice, is expanding. Those who commission or use such frameworks are often unaware of the deep level of change they engender.
Dr. Bridget Hanna’s research explores the impact of a changed regulatory and assessment framework on the professional practice and identity constructions of regulated psychologists.
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Working in partnership with Boots and Nottingham Forest Football in the Community, CHILL were asked to evaluate the design and implementation of their sport and nutrition holiday programme for 5 to 11 year olds and their families, across communities in Nottingham.
The evaluation is now complete and the Feel Good Club will continue to develop based on the success of this. Our CHILL seminar will present the findings of the evaluation and create an opportunity to network with those involved.
We are delighted to welcome one of our international visiting fellows, Dr. Bill Stroube.
Dr. Stroube is professor of health services administration and director of the health services administration graduate and undergraduate programmes at the University of Evansville, Indiana, USA.
If you are interested in joining us as a visiting fellow, please contact Dr Stephen Timmons.
Of Shepherds, Sheep and Sheepdogs? Governing the Adherent Self through Complementary and Competing ‘Pastorates’. Applying Foucault‘s concept of Pastoral Power in settings of multi-pastors.
Foucault’s concept of ‘pastoral power’ describes an important technique for constituting obedient subjects.
CHILL hosted an event on the 23rd February to celebrate the success of the HEE Human Factors Exchange. This group has been instrumental in developing the capacity and capability of knowledge and dissemination of human factors in healthcare. Five presentations were delivered which covered topics from Safety Huddles a human factors approach to implementation to the recognition of respiratory failure.
The projects were a collaborative partnership between HEE and the EMAHSN Patient Safety Collaborative.
Clinicians with support from human factors ergonomists have identified areas that would benefit from a human factors approach to provide understanding and solutions to problems in healthcare.