SPHPM - Seminar Series - Profs Graeme Currie and Ian Kirkpatrick - The knowledge mobilisation model in CLAHRC West Midlands: moving from knowledge brokering to absorptive capacity
- 9 November 2016 at 2:00 pm – 9 November 2016 at 3:00 pm
- Lecture Theatre, Level 5 Alfred Centre
- Alfred Campus
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Profs Graeme Currie and Ian Kirkpatrick
The knowledge mobilisation model in CLAHRC West Midlands: moving from knowledge brokering to absorptive capacity
Professor Currie is the Professor of Public Management, Associate Dean, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK.
Professor Currie’s main areas of academic expertise lie with healthcare organization and management and relate to leadership and governance; knowledge mobilisation; translation of innovation; re-engineering systems and professional roles. He is the Deputy Director for CLAHRC West Midlands and leads the implementation science research theme. He is also leading a large scale study of critical review capacity of health and social care, commissioning networks to reduce needless admissions of older persons to hospital. He has recently completed a large scale study on the knowledge brokering role of middle managers towards improved quality of older person's care. Graeme raises significant amounts of peer-reviewed research funding, mainly from the National Institute of Healthcare Research in the UK and has recently published in journals, such as Leadership Quarterly, Academy of Management Journal, Organization Studies, Public Administration Review.
Professor Kirkpatrick is the Monash Warwick Professor of Healthcare Improvement and Implementation Science
- Anita Wluka
- Monash University