Designing healthcare research for impact
Professor Sara Singer, Associate Professor of Health Care Management and Policy, Harvard University
Wednesday, 22 June 2016, 10am to 11am
Saïd Business School, Oxford. Andrew Cormack Room
Hosted by NIHR CLAHRC Oxford
All applied health research should aim to have an impact, whether directly for patients and the public or on healthcare systems and processes.
But how do you design your research, from the beginning, to have the maximum impact it possibly can? How best to identify the possible impacts of your research, and build towards maximising and realising them?
This workshop for early career researchers will be delivered by Professor Sara Singer, Associate Professor of Health Care Management and Policy at Harvard University.
Professor Singer’s research in the field of healthcare management and policy addresses the role of organisational leadership and culture in efforts to implement health delivery innovations, integrate patient care, and improve the performance of healthcare organisations.
10am to 10.30am: Arrival with Coffee
10.30am to 12.30pm: Designing Healthcare Research for Impact Workshop
12.30pm to 1.30pm: Networking lunch
Places are limited to 16 and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please email email@example.com to secure your place, noting any dietary or access requirements.