The demand for primary care services in the UK is changing due to several factors, such as the rise in the number of patients with long-term conditions, and an increase in life expectancy.
A report from CHILL recently evaluated pilot schemes held in Nottinghamshire and Southern Derbyshire. Both schemes focused on improving access to services, as well as a number of other goals such as reducing Emergency Department attendances.
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The analysis of data from electronic health records aspires to facilitate healthcare efficiencies and biomedical innovation. There are also ethical, legal and social implications from the handling of sensitive patient information. The paper explores the concerns, expectations and implications of the National Health Service (NHS) England care.data programme: a national data sharing initiative of linked electronic health records for healthcare and other research purposes.
Don’t forget CHILL and The University of Nottingham closes for Christmas on 21st December 2016 and reopens on 3rd Jan 2017. We would like to wish all our CHILL colleagues a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
“Translation theories argue that the transformation of new ideas is ‘in the hands of people’ and that actors at multiple organizational levels interact to affect this process”.
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Dr Stephen Timmons was invited to BBC East Midlands TV studios to talk about Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) in the NHS, and what the likely consequences of them will be for how and where health care is delivered in the East Midlands.
This live broadcast aired across the East Midlands on Monday 14th November.
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See a recent posting on BMJ’s Journal of Medical Ethics blog by CHILL’s Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellow: Dr Paraskevas Vezyridis
We can prescribe the perfect Executive MBA for your healthcare management career. Completing the Nottingham Executive MBA is a powerful statement about your career aspirations and desire to develop a global perspective on business. This specialism is supported by CHILL a leading centre for research into management and organisations in healthcare.
“I know that this is going to change me. My research, my critical thinking, even my approach to technology has changed. I’ve learned so much.”
Shelley-Louise Colton (Executive MBA student)
ResearchOne – the challenges of creating and using a research dataset of real but de-identified clinical and administrative data drawn from electronic patient records.
Dr Susan Clamp, of University of Leeds, is Director of the Yorkshire Centre for Health Informatics and senior Lecturer in the Leeds Institute of Data Analytics at the University of Leeds, Dr Clamp has been at the forefront of developments in Health Informatics for over 30 years working with Governments, Healthcare organisations, Local Authorities and Health IT industries.
Date: 1st December 2016
Time: 16:00 – 18:00
Venue: Institute of Mental Health, Jubilee Campus, Triumph Road, Nottingham. NG7 2TU
To register your place at this seminar (free of charge) please visit our seminar registration page.
Kate Kirk and Emily Gartshore have travelled to Norway where they will learn more about Organisational Ethnography methods at the University of Oslo.
During the two day programme, they will be introduced to the contemporary debates and to the most common methods in ethnography: participant observation, go-along, shadowing, ethnography of objects, digital ethnography and intra-view. Studying these methods will help Emily and Kate with their PhD research.
CHILL is developing a programme for Visiting Fellows, and we will be welcoming our first international Visiting Fellow in September 2016, Prof. Dra. Maria Clara Padoveze of the University of Sao Paulo.
We are keen to collaborate with scholars with whom we have interests in common, from anywhere in the world.
If you are interested in joining us as a Visiting Fellow, then please contact Dr Stephen Timmons (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the first instance.