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Recognised: Cambridge studies on marginalisation and rare disease platform

Two recent studies co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School named to Honor Roll of Responsible Research in Business & Management (RRBM). Two recent studies co-authored by Shahzad Ansari, Professor of Strategy & Innovation at Cambridge Judge…

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Two recent studies co-authored by Professor Shahzad Ansari of Cambridge Judge Business School named to Honor Roll of Responsible Research in Business & Management (RRBM).

Celebrating career growth for our women graduates on this International Women’s Day

From fintech and finance to consulting and healthcare, we meet some of our most recent female Cambridge MBA graduates who are looking to make an impact in their careers. Taking a healthcare career into consulting  Catherine Brown (MBA 2021) from…

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Smiling female MBA student.

Why climate change will have a major impact on the future of healthcare across the world

Climate change will be one of the key factors in global healthcare trends over the next 50 years as people are forced from their homes and deal with extreme heat, says new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. Climate…

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World map made of matches waiting for a spark.

Cambridge Independent: How virtual technology developed by Cambridge University Hospitals ‘will help save babies’ lives’

Cambridge Judge Business School is mentioned in this article about how Cambridge University Hospitals have designed virtual technology that allows its experts to effectively "parachute" into other hospitals in the area to assist medical professionals in caring for very ill…

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Empowering young girls at every level: the story of GirlLead SA

“Creating a network of young women who become leaders and transform their communities as well as the country.” These are the words of Mahlogonolo Mashile, one of the founding team members at the GirLead SA alongside Nolukhanya Mqhayi. Both members…

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A classroom of South African students.

India Education Diary: University of Cambridge – Vice Chancellor’s awards for research impact and engagement 2022

Stefan Scholtes, Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management at Cambridge Judge Business School and Director of the Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise, has won the Collaboration Award from the University of Cambridge’s Vice Chancellor’s Awards for Research Impact and…

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Making peace in healthcare: how novices can help resolve disputes between experts

Paper on resolving work practice differences in a merger by Dr Karla Sayegh of Cambridge Judge Business School wins two top awards and a runner-up honour at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management. A study on how health…

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A group of five doctors, three men and two women, discussing treatment.

Moonshot Philanthropy: achieving responsive social change by privatising failure and socialising success

by Dr Beth Breeze, Director, Centre for Philanthropy, University of Kent and James Chen, Chen Yet-Sen Family Foundation Why would any self-aware philanthropist associate themselves with the phrase 'Moonshot Philanthropy' at a time when big giving is routinely interpreted as…

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Illustration of the Earth among faces of different ethnicities.

Award-winning study calls for a holistic debate on end-of-life care

Research co-authored by Professor Shaz Ansari of Cambridge Judge examines the moral issues faced by ageing societies in providing palliative care, calling for a ‘holistic’ debate. The study is named ‘EGOS Paper of the Year’ by the European Group for…

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Care of terminally ill patients requires a holistic approach, argues award-winning study.

Artificial intelligence in healthcare

We spoke to Janak Gunatilleke (EMBA 2013) about his new book, Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: Unlocking its Potential, and his career journey. Janak Gunatilleke is a qualified doctor who started his career in the NHS when he came to realise…

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Janak Gunatilleke.