CCHLE research publications

The following are publications relating to health, by members who are associated with the Cambridge Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise.

Markou, P., Kavadias, S. and Oraiopoulos, N. (2023) “Rival signals and project selection: insights from the drug development process.” Management Science (DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2022.4642)

Betcheva, L., Erhun, F. and Jiang, H. (2021) “Supply chain thinking in healthcare: lessons and outlooks.” Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (DOI: 10.1287/msom.2020.0920) (published online Oct 2020)

Bobroske, K., Freeman, M., Huan, L., Cattrell, A. and Scholtes, S. (2021) “Curbing the opioid epidemic at its root: the effect of provider discordance after opioid initiation.” Management Science (forthcoming) (available online)

Freeman, M., Savva, N. and Scholtes, S. (2021) “A route to decomplexifying hospitals.” Management Science Review Blog, 25 March 2021

Freeman, M., Savva, N. and Scholtes, S. (2021) “Economies of scale and scope in hospitals: an empirical study of volume spillovers.” Management Science (DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2019.3572) (published online May 2020)

Gkeredakis, M., Lifshitz-Assaf, H. and Barrett, M. (2021) “Crisis as opportunity, disruption and exposure: exploring emergent responses to crisis through digital technology.” Information and Organization (DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2021.100344) (published online Mar 2021)

Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2021) “Marching to different drum beats: a temporal perspective on coordinating occupational work.” Organization Science (DOI: 10.1287/orsc.2020.1394) (published online Jan 2021)

Pilosof, N., Barrett, M., Oborn, E., Barkai, G., Pessach, I. and Zimlichman, E. (2021) “Telemedicine implementation in COVID-19 ICU: balancing physical and virtual forms of visibility.” Health Environments Research and Design Journal (HERD) (forthcoming)

van der Schaar, M., Alaa, A.M., Floto, A., Gimson, A., Scholtes, S., Wood, A., McKinney, E., Jarrett, D., Lio, P. and Ercole, A. (2021) “How artificial intelligence and machine learning can help healthcare systems respond to COVID-19.” Machine Learning, 110(1): 1–14 (DOI: 10.1007/s10994-020-05928-x)

Drakeman, D., Loch, C. and Oraiopoulos, N. (2020) “A COVID-19 Manhattan Project?” California Management Review, 22 May 2020

Drakeman, D.L. and Oraiopoulos, N. (2020) “The risk of de-risking innovation: optimal R&D strategies in ambiguous environments.” California Management Review, 62(3): 42-63 (DOI: 10.1177/0008125620915289)

Jiang, H., Pang, Z. and Savin, S. (2020) “Performance incentives and competition in healthcare markets.” Production and Operations Management, 29(5): 1145-1164 (DOI: 10.1111/poms.13163)

KC, D.S., Scholtes, S. and Terwiesch, C. (2020) “Empirical research in healthcare operations: past research, present understanding, and future opportunities.” Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 22(1): 73-83 (DOI: 10.1287/msom.2019.0826)

Rouleau, L., Hällgren, M. and de Rond, M. (2020) “COVID-19 and our understanding of risk, emergencies, and crises.” Journal of Management Studies, 58(1): 243-246 (DOI: 10.1111/joms.12649)

Aristidou, A. and Barrett, M. (2019) “Coordinating service provision in dynamic service settings: a position practice relations perspective.” Academy of Management Journal, 61(2): 685-714 (DOI: 10.5465/amj.2015.0310)

Han, L., Fine, J., Robinson, S.M., Boyle, A.A., Freeman, M. and Scholtes, S. (2019) “Is seniority of emergency physician associated with the weekend mortality effect? An exploratory analysis of electronic health records in the UK.” Emergency Medicine Journal, 36(12): 708-715 (DOI: 10.1136/emermed-2018-208114)

Jiang, H. and Sodhi, M.S. (2019) “Analyzing the proposed reconfiguration of accident-and-emergency facilities in England.” Production and Operations Management, 28(7): 1837-1857 (DOI: 10.1111/poms.13020)

Kuntz, L., Scholtes, S. and Sulz, S. (2019) “Separate and concentrate: accounting for patient complexity in general hospitals.” Management Science, 65(6): 2482-2501 (DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2018.3064)

Neuberger, A., Oraiopoulos, N. and Drakeman, D.L. (2019) “Renovation as innovation: is repurposing the future of drug discovery research?” Drug Discovery Today, 24(1): 1-3 (DOI: 10.1016/j.drudis.2018.06.012)

Oborn, E., Barrett, M., Gibson, S. and Gillard, S. (2019) “Knowledge and expertise in care practices: the role of the peer worker in mental health teams.” Sociology of Health and Illness, 41(7): 1305-1322 (DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12944)

Racko, G., Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2019) “Developing collaborative professionalism: an investigation of status differentiation in academic organizations in knowledge transfer partnerships.” International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(3): 457-478 (DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2017.1281830)

Walsham, G. (2019) “Health information systems in developing countries: some reflections on information for action.” Information Technology for Development, 26(1): 194-200 (DOI: 10.1080/02681102.2019.1586632)

Neuberger, A., Oraiopoulos, N. and Drakeman, D.L. (2017) “Lemons, or squeezed for resources? Information symmetry and asymmetric resources in biotechnology.” Frontiers in Pharmacology, 8: 338 (DOI: 10.3389/fphar.2017.00338)

Erhun, F., Malcolm, E., Kalani, M., Brayton, K., Nguyen, C., Asch, S.M., Platchek, T. and Milstein, A. (2016) “Opportunities to improve the value of outpatient surgical care.” The American Journal of Managed Care, 22(9): e329-335

Erhun, F., Mistry, B., Platchek, T., Milstein, A., Narayanan, V.G. and Kaplan, R.G. (2015) “Study protocol: time-driven activity based costing of coronary artery bypass grafting across national boundaries to identify improvement opportunities.” BMJ Open, 5(8) (DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008765)

Farrington, C., Clare, I.C.H., Holland, A.J., Barrett, M. and Oborn, E. (2015) “Knowledge exchange and integrated services: experiences from an integrated community intellectual (learning) disability service for adults.” Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 59(3): 238-247 (DOI: 10.1111/jir.12131)

Schlapp, J., Oraiopoulos, N. and Mak, V. (2015) “Resource allocation decisions under imperfect evaluation and organizational dynamics.” Management Science (DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2014.2083) (published online Jan 2015; forthcoming in print)

Jones, M. (2014) “A matter of life and death: exploring conceptualizations of sociomateriality in the context of critical care.” MIS Quarterly (published online 2013; forthcoming in print)

Kuntz, L., Mennicken, R. and Scholtes, S. (2014) “Stress on the ward: evidence of safety tipping points in hospitals.” Management Science (DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.2014.1917) (published online May 2014; forthcoming in print)

Salge, T.O., Kohli, R. and Barrett, M. (2014) “Investing in information systems: on the behavioral and institutional search mechanisms underpinning hospitals’ IS investment decisions.” MIS Quarterly (forthcoming)

Savva, N. and Scholtes, S. (2014) “Opt-out options in new product co-development partnerships.” Production and Operations Management (DOI: 10.1111/poms.12059) (published online Aug 2013; forthcoming in print)

Chung, Y.T. and Erhun, F. (2013) “Designing supply contracts for perishable goods with two periods of shelf life.” IIE Transactions, 45(1): 53-67 (DOI: 10.1080/0740817X.2012.654847)

Kuntz, L. and Scholtes, S. (2013) “Physicians in leadership: the association between medical director involvement and staff-to-patient ratios.” Health Care Management Science, 16(2): 129-138 (DOI: 10.1007/s10729-012-9218-7)

Oborn, E., Barrett, M. and Racko, G. (2013) “Knowledge translation in healthcare: incorporating theories of learning and knowledge from the management literature.” Journal of Health Organization and Management, 27(4): 412-231 (DOI: 10.1108/JHOM-01-2012-0004)

Zachariadis, M., Oborn, E., Barrett, M. and Zollinger-Read, P. (2013) “Leadership of healthcare commissioning networks in England: a mixed-methods study on clinical commissioning groups.” BMJ Open, 3(2): e002112 (DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2012-002112)

Barrett, M., Oborn, E., Orlikowski, W. and Yates, J. (2012) “Reconfiguring boundary relations: robotic innovations in pharmacy work.” Organization Science, 23(5): 1448-1466 (DOI: 10.1287/orsc.1100.0639)

de Rond, M. (2012) “Soldier, surgeon, photographer, fly: fieldwork beyond the comfort zone.” Strategic Organization, 10(3): 256-262 (DOI: 10.1177/1476127012452819)

Eralp, M.N., Scholtes, S., Martell, G., Winter, R. and Exley, A.R. (2012) “Screening of healthcare workers for tuberculosis: development and validation of a new health economic model to inform practice.” BMJ Open, 2 (DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2011-000630)

Jiang, H., Pang, Z. and Savin, S. (2012) “Performance-based contracts for outpatient medical services.” Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 14(4): 654-669 (DOI: 10.1287/msom.1120.0402)

Radnor, Z.J., Holweg, H. and Waring, J. (2012) “Lean in healthcare: the unfilled promise?” Social Science and Medicine, 74(3): 364-371

Welbourne, J., Gupta, A., Scholtes, S., Dean, J. and Ahluwalia, J. (2012) “Hitting new heights.” Health Service Journal, 122: 19-21

Cappellaro, G. and Longo, F. (2011) “Institutional public-private partnerships for core health services: evidence from Italy.” BMC Health Services Research, 11(82) (DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-11-82)

Cappellaro, G., Ghislandi, S. and Anessi-Pessina, E. (2011) “Diffusion of medical technology: the role of financing.” Health Policy, 100(1): 51-59

Farrington, C. (2011) “Reconciling managers, doctors, and patients: the role of clear communication.” Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 104(6): 231-236 (DOI: 10.1258/jrsm.2011.100401)

Oborn, E. and Dawson, S. (2011) “Learning across multiple communities of practice: an examination of multidisciplinary work.” British Journal of Management, 21(4): 843-858 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8551.2009.00684.x)

Oborn, E. and Dawson, S. (2011) “Knowledge and practice in multidisciplinary teams: struggle, accommodation and privilege.” Human Relations, 63(12): 1835–1857 (DOI: 10.1177/0018726710371237)

Oborn, E., Barrett, M. and Darzi, A. (2011) “Robots and service innovation in healthcare”. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 16(1): 46-50

Oborn, E., Barrett, M. and Davidson, E. (2011) “Unity in diversity: electronic patient record use in multidisciplinary practice.” Information Systems Research, 22(3): 547-564 (DOI: 10.1287/isre.1110.0372)

Oborn, E., Barrett, M. and Exworthy, M. (2011) “Policy entrepreneurship in the development of public sector strategy: the case of London health reform.” Public Administration, 89(2): 325–344 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9299.2010.01889.x)

Richter, A.W., Dawson, J.F. and West, M.A. (2011) “The effectiveness of organizational teams: a meta-analysis.” International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(13): 2749-2769 (DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2011.573971)

Fontaine, M.J., Chung, Y.T., Erhun, F. and Goodnough, L.T. (2010) “Age of blood as a limitation for transfusion: potential impact on blood inventory and availability.” Transfusion, 50(10): 2233-2239 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1537-2995.2010.02690.x)

Roland, M., Elliott, M., Lyratzopoulos, G., Barbiere, J., Parker, R., Smith, P., Bower, P. and Campbell J. (2009) “Reliability of patient responses in pay for performance schemes: analysis of national General Practitioner Patient Survey data in England.” British Medical Journal, 339: b3851

Campbell, S.M., Reeves, D., Kontopantelis, E., Sibbald, B. and Roland, M. (2009) “Effects of pay-for-performance on the quality of primary care in England.” New England Journal of Medicine, 361: 368-378

Fontaine, M.J., Chung, Y.T., Rogers, W.M., Sussmann, H.D., Quach, P., Galel, S.A., Goodnough, L.T. and Erhun, F. (2009) “Improving platelet supply chains through collaborations between blood centers and transfusion services.” Transfusion, 49(10): 2040-2047 (DOI: 10.1111/j.1537-2995.2009.02236.x)

Jones, M. and Vuylsteke, A. (2009) “Electronic patient record during ward round.” Hospital Information Technology Europe, 2(3): 25-27

Roland, M., Elliott, M., Lyratzopoulos, G., Barbiere, J., Parker, R., Smith, P., Bower, P. and Campbell J. (2009) “Reliability of patient responses in pay for performance schemes: analysis of national General Practitioner Patient Survey data in England.” British Medical Journal, 339: b3851

Mason, R., Savva, N. and Scholtes, S. (2008) “The economics of licensing contracts.” Nature Biotechnology 26: 855-857

Kuntz, L., Scholtes, S. and Vera, A. (2008) “DRG cost weight volatility and hospital performance.” OR Spectrum, 30: 331-354

Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2008) “The adoption of dispensing technology: an occasion for restructuring hospital pharmacy work.” International Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 16(2): 109-114 (DOI: 10.1211/ijpp.16.2.0008)

Oborn, E. (2008) “Legitimacy of hospital reconfiguration: the controversial downsizing of Kidderminster Hospitals.” Journal of Health Service Research and Policy, 13(2): 11-18

Morrison, C., Jones, M., Blackwell, A. and Vuylsteke, A. (2008) “Electronic patient record use during ward rounds: a qualitative study of interaction between medical staff.” Critical Care, 12(6): R148 (DOI: 10.1186/cc7134)

Rao, R.S., Chandy, R.K. and Prabhu, J.C. (2008) “The fruits of legitimacy: why some new ventures gain more from innovation than others.” Journal of Marketing, 72(4): 58-75 (DOI: 10.1509/jmkg.72.4.58)

Doran, T., Fullwood, C., Reeves, D., Gravelle, H. and Roland, M. (2008) “Should physicians be able to exclude individual patients from pay-for-performance targets? Analysis of exception reporting in the English pay-for-performance scheme.” New England Journal of Medicine, 359: 274-284

Kuosmanen, T., Post, G.T. and Scholtes, S. (2007) “Non-parametric tests of productive efficiency with errors-in-variables.” Journal of Econometrics, 136(1): 131-162

Kuntz, L., Scholtes, S. and Vera, A. (2007) “Incorporating efficiency in hospital capacity planning in Germany.” European Journal of Health Economics, 8: 213-223

Darzi, A., Oborn, E. and Howitt, P. (2007) “Building healthcare strategy: cradle to grave.” British Journal of Healthcare Management, 13(12): 468-472

Sorescu, A.B., Chandy, R.K. and Prabhu, J.C. (2007) “Why some acquisitions do better than others: product capital as a driver of long-term stock returns.” Journal of Marketing Research, 44(1): 57-72 (DOI: 10.1509/jmkr.44.1.57)

Leatherman, S. and Sutherland, K. (2007) “Designing national quality reforms: a framework for action.” International Journal for Quality in Health Care, 19(6): 334-340 (DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzm049)

Campbell, S., Reeves, D., Kontopantelis, E., Sibbald, B. and Roland, M. (2007) “Quality of primary care in England with the introduction of pay for performance”. New England Journal of Medicine, 357: 181-190

Constantinides, P. and Barrett, M. (2006) “Large-scale ICT innovation, power, and organizational change: the case of a regional health information network.” Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 42(1): 76-90

Constantinides, P. and Barrett, M. (2006) “Negotiating ICT development and use: the case of a regional telemedicine system in the healthcare region of Crete.” Information and Organization, 16(1): 27-55

Lou, K. and de Rond, M. (2006) “The ‘not invented here’ myth.” Nature Reviews Drug Discovery, 5: 451-452

Doran, T., Fullwood, C., Gravelle, H., Reeves, D., Kontopantelis, E., Hiroeh, U. and Roland, M. (2006) “Pay for performance programs in family practices in the United Kingdom.” New England Journal of Medicine, 355: 375-384

Chandy, R., Hopstaken, B., Narasimhan, O. and Prabhu, J. (2006) “From invention to innovation: conversion ability in product development.” Journal of Marketing Research, 43(3): 494-508 (DOI: 10.1509/jmkr.43.3.494)

Sutherland, K. and Leatherman, S. (2006) “Professional regulation: does certification improve medical standards?” British Medical Journal, 333(7565): 439-441 (DOI: 10.1136/bmj.38933.377824.802)

Richter, A.W., West, M.A., van Dick, R. and Dawson, J.F. (2006) “Boundary spanners’ identification, intergroup contact and effective intergroup relations.” Academy of Management Journal, 49(6): 1252-1269

Richter, A.W., Scully, J. and West, M.A. (2005) “Intergroup conflict and intergroup effectiveness in organizations: theory and scale development.” European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 14(2): 177-203

Barrett, M., Fryatt, B., Walsham, G. and Joshi, S. (2005) “Building bridges between local and global knowledge: new ways of working at the World Health Organisation.” Knowledge Management for Development Journal (KM4D), 1(2): 31-46

Martins, H.M.G., Nightingale, P. and Jones, M.R. (2005) “Temporal and spatial organization of doctors’ computer usage in a UK hospital department.” Medical Informatics and the Internet in Medicine, 30(2): 135-142

Campbell, S., Roland, M., Middleton, E. and Reeves, D. (2005) “Improvements in the quality of clinical care in English general practice 1998-2003: longitudinal observational study.” British Medical Journal, 331: 1121-1123

Prabhu, J.C., Chandy, R.K. and Ellis, M.E. (2005) “Acquisition and innovation in high-tech firms: poison pill, placebo, or tonic?” Journal of Marketing, 69(1): 114-130 (DOI: 10.1509/jmkg.

West, M.A., Brodbeck, F.C. and Richter, A.W. (2004) “Does the ‘romance of teams’ exist? The effectiveness of teams in experimental and field settings (Commentary).” Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 77: 467-473

Jones, M. (2004) “Learning the lessons of history? Electronic records in the United Kingdom acute hospitals, 1988-2002.” Health Informatics Journal, 10(4): 253-263

Garside, P. (2004) “Are we suffering from change fatigue?” Quality and Safety in Health Care, 13(2): 89-90

Leatherman, S. and Sutherland, K. (2004) “The quest for quality in the English NHS: strategic and policy issues.” Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 9(4): 194-196

Sutherland, K. and Leatherman, S. (2004) “Quality of care in the NHS of England. Any progress? Any lessons?” British Medical Journal, 328(7445): E288-290

Roland, M. (2004) “Linking physician pay to quality of care: a major experiment in the UK.” New England Journal of Medicine, 351: 1448-1454

Scheel, H. and Scholtes, S. (2003) “Continuity of DEA efficiency measures.” Operations Research, 51(1): 149-159

Bessant, J., Birley, S., Cooper, C., Dawson, S. et al. (2003) “The state of the field in UK management research: reflections of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) Panel.” British Journal of Management, 14(1): 51-68

Jones, M. (2003) “‘Computers can land people on Mars, why can’t they get them to work in a hospital?’ Implementation of an electronic patient record system in a UK hospital.” Methods of Information in Medicine, 42(4): 410-415

Garside, P. and Black, A. (2003) “Doctors in chambers: perhaps the time has come for a new way of doing business with consultants.” British Medical Journal, 326: 611-612

Carter, S., Garside, P. and Black, A. (2003) “Multidisciplinary team working, clinical networks, and chambers: opportunities to work differently in the NHS.” Quality and Safety in Health Care, 12(Suppl.1): i25-28

Sorescu, A.B., Chandy, R.K. and Prabhu, J.C. (2003) “Sources and financial consequences of radical innovation: insights from pharmaceuticals.” Journal of Marketing, 67(4): 82-102 (DOI: 10.1509/jmkg.

Kuntz, L. and Scholtes, S. (2000) “Measuring the robustness of empirical efficiency valuations.” Management Science, 46(6): 807-823

Sutherland, K. and Dawson, S. (2002) “Making sense in practice: doctors at work.” International Studies of Management and Organization, 32(2): 51-69

Dawson, S., Sutherland, K., Dopson, S. and Miller, R. (1999) “Changing clinical practice: views about the management of adult asthma.” Quality in Health Care, 8(4): 253-261

Dopson, S., Miller, R., Dawson, S. and Sutherland, K. (1999) “Influences on clinical practice: the case of glue ear.” Quality in Health Care, 8(2): 108-118

Dawson, S. and Dargie, C. (1999) “New public management: an assessment and evaluation with special reference to UK health.” Public Management, 1(4): 459-481

Moss, F., Garside, P. and Dawson, S. (1998) “Editorial: Organisational change: the key to quality improvement.” Quality in Health Care, 7(Suppl.): S1-S2

Sutherland, K. and Dawson, S. (1998) “Power and quality improvement in the new NHS: the roles of doctors and managers.” Quality in Health Care, 7(Suppl.): S16-S23

Garside, P. (1998) “Organisational context for quality: lessons from the fields of organisational development and change management.” Quality in Health Care, 7(Suppl.): S8-S15

Sutherland, K. and Leatherman, S. (1998) “Evolving quality in the new NHS: policy, process, and pragmatic considerations.” Quality in Health Care, 7(Suppl.): S54-S61

Dawson, S. (1997) “Editorial: Inhabiting different worlds: how can research be related to practice?” Quality in Health Care, 6(4): 177-178

Mole, V., Dawson, S., Winstanley, D. and Sherval, J. (1997) “Transforming the National Health Service: the challenge for career management.” Journal of Management in Medicine, 11(3): 157-167

Mole, V., Dawson, S., Winstanley, D. and Sherval, J. (1996) “Transforming the National Health Service: the challenge for career management.” Journal of Managerial Psychology, 11(7): 40-50

Dawson, S. (1995) “Never mind solutions, what are the issues? Lessons of industrial technology transfer for quality in health care.” Quality in Health Care, 4(3): 197-203

Dawson, S., Mole, V., Winstanley, D. and Sherval. J. (1995) “Management, competition and professional practice: medicine and the market place.” British Journal of Management, 6(3): 169-181

Shaw, R.J., Mitchell, D.M. and Dawson, S. (1995) “Motivation of consultant physicians.” British Journal of Health Care Management, 1: 648-652

Jones, M. (1995) “Learning the language of the market: information systems strategy formation in a UK district health authority.” Accounting, Management and Information Technologies, 4(3): 119-147

Drakeman, D.L., Drakeman, L.N. and Oraiopoulos, N. (2022) From breakthrough to blockbuster: the business of biotechnology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cox, B., Erhun, F.,  Scholtes, S. (2016) “Review of CPFT’s Role in UnitingCare and the Impact of Terminating the UnitingCare Contract“, Commissioned by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. 

Chung, Y.T., Erhun, F. and T. Kraft, T. (2013) “Improving Stanford Blood Center’s platelet supply chain.” In: Munson, C. (ed.) The supply chain management casebook. Upper Saddle River, NJ: FT Press, pp.39-49

Oborn, E., Barrett, M., Komporozos-Athanasiou, A. and Chan, Y. (2011) “Discourses in healthcare policy: comparing UK and Canada.” In Dickinson, H. and Manion, R. (eds.): The reform of healthcare: shaping, adapting and resisting policy developments. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Barrett, M. and Oborn, E. (2010) “Challenges of using IT to support multi-disciplinary team decision making.” In Nutt, P. and Wilson, D. (eds.): Blackwell handbook of decision making. Oxford: Blackwell, pp.403-430

Dawson, S. and Morris, Z.S. (2009) Future public health: burdens, challenges and opportunities. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dawson, S.J.N., Garside, P., Hudson, R. and Bicknell, C (2009) The design and establishment of the Leadership Council: a report for the CEO of the NHS. London: Department of Health.

Oborn, E. (2008) Processes of knowing in multidisciplinary team practice: a study of specialist cancer care in England. Saarbrucken: VDM Verlag Dr Muller Aktiengesellschaft.

Dawson, S., Morris, Z.S., Erickson, W., Lister, G., Altringer, B., Garside, P. and Craig, M. (2007) Engaging with care: a vision for the health and care workforce of England. London: The Nuffield Trust.

Dawson, S., Morris, Z.S., Erickson, W., Lister, G., Altringer, B., Garside, P. and Craig, M. (2007) “Three future scenarios and associated policy levers for health and care in England in 2022.” In: Policy futures for UK health. Cambridge: Judge Business School.

Sutherland, K. and Leatherman, S. (2006) Regulation and quality improvement: a review of the evidence. London: The Health Foundation.

Morris, Z.S., Chang, L.R., Dawson, S. and Garside, P. (eds.) (2005) Policy futures for UK health. Oxford: Radcliffe Publishing.

Dawson, S. and Sausman, C. (eds.) (2005) Future health organisations and systems. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

de Rond, M. (2003) Strategic alliances as social facts: business, biotechnology, and intellectual history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Leatherman, S. and Sutherland, K. (eds.) (2003) The quest for quality in the NHS: a mid-term evaluation of the ten-year quality agenda. London: The Stationery Office.

Dawson, S. and Dargie, C. (2002) “New public management: a discussion with special reference to UK health.” In McLaughlin, K., Osbourne, S.P. and Ferlie, E. (eds.): The new public management: current trends and future prospects. London: Routledge, pp.34-56

Iles, V. and Sutherland, K. (2001) Managing change in the NHS: organisational change: a review for health care managers, professionals and researchers. London: NCCSDO.

Dargie, C. and Dawson, S. (2001) “Policy futures for UK health: examining the future health work force.” In Ashburner, L. (ed.): Organisational behaviour and organisation studies in health care: reflections on the future. Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp.43-63

Dargie, C. in association with Dawson, S. and Garside, P. (2000) Policy futures for UK health: 2000 report. London: Stationery Office.

Dargie, C., in association with Dawson, S. and Garside, P. (1999) Policy futures for UK health: Pathfinder: a consultation document. London: Nuffield Trust.

Dawson, S., Sherval, J. and Mole, V. (1996) “In or out of management? Dilemmas and developments in public health medicine in England.” In Leopold, J., Glover, I. and Hughes, M. (eds.): Beyond reason? The National Health Service and the limits of management. London: Avebury, pp.157-172

Leatherman, S. and Sutherland, K. (1998) Evolving quality in the new NHS: policy, process, and pragmatic considerations. London: The Nuffield Trust.

Dawson, S., Mole, V., Winstanley, D. and Sherval, J. (1995) Managing in the NHS: a study of senior executives. London: HMSO.