I wanted to highlight to you a course that I am running via Proficio. I’ve been running this course for a number of years and I’m delighted that in 2022 we will return to the original one-day, face to face format after offering this as a shorter webinar for the last two years. The course is run throughContinue reading “New course: A Practical Guide to Conducting Qualitative Research Interviews (6th May 2022)”
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New Writing Mindset Webinar Series
This summer I will be running a three-part series on improving your writing mindset via Proficio. Writing is hard! Creating draft after draft, editing, responding to feedback – none of this is glamorous. Rewards are distant and producing good quality writing requires deep concentration and focus. Yet, our academic careers and reputation depend on ourContinue reading “New Writing Mindset Webinar Series”
We are looking for a research assistant to join our Mid-Essex health and care integration research project
Integrated care is a key feature of the future of health and social care in the UK with the NHS Long Term Plan targeting all regions of the UK to operate Integrated Care Systems by August 2021. Successful integration also needs to include social care providers and private and voluntary providers of social care. BecomingContinue reading “We are looking for a research assistant to join our Mid-Essex health and care integration research project”
NEW PUBLICATION: How does policy alienation develop?
Tucker, D., Hendy, J., & Chrysanthaki, T. (forthcoming) How does policy alienation develop? Exploring Street-Level Bureaucrats’ agency in policy context shift in UK telehealthcare. Human Relations. https://doi.org/10.1177/00187267211003633 Abstract Policies can fail when frontline staff feel they have limited influence on policy implementation (powerlessness), or that policy has little or no personal meaning (meaninglessness) – theyContinue reading “NEW PUBLICATION: How does policy alienation develop?”
NEW PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT!
Originally posted on Rethinking Ethical Consumerism:
To find out more about our projects please see here Here at Rethinking Ethical Consumerism we are pleased to announce that we are about to start a new research project: The Ethical Household: Rethinking the Meaning of Waste in Multiple Occupancy Households. In our previous research we have discussed…
A changing vision for health and social care integration
Originally published on Essex Blogs on the 19th January 2021 A key issue on the interface of health and social care service delivery is integrated care. Care integration has been a key policy focus for successive governments (Health and social care act, 2012, NHS 5 year forward, NHS Long term plan). However, full integration has not yetContinue reading “A changing vision for health and social care integration”
What to do when you DON’T need a SMART Goal
Originally published at by Nutcracker Collective on the 10th January 2021 Guest blog for Nutcracker Collective 2021 goal setting programme At this time of year, setting goals for the New Year is a process many of us undertake. A lot of goal setting experts will teach you about SMART goals. SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timebound (Doran,Continue reading “What to do when you DON’T need a SMART Goal”
Three questions you should be asking change agents in your organisation
Originally published on 20th October at EssexBlogs as part of the Influencing Change in Business series In the context of organisational change, identifying and organising the various roles of change agents remains a challenge for practitioners and scholars alike. Our recent research findings underline the importance of designing a coherent system of agents, determining theirContinue reading “Three questions you should be asking change agents in your organisation”
What should Human Resource Management Professionals focus on as we prepare for a return to work?
Article published in BusinessTime in Essex, on 1st June 2020 Dr Danielle A. Tucker As the COVID-19 pandemic has rocked the world of work in recent months, HR professionals have been working tirelessly to implement new policies (e.g. Furlough, remote working), but as we begin the return to work there is a need for HRContinue reading “What should Human Resource Management Professionals focus on as we prepare for a return to work?”