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My research supervisors at Queen Margaret University suggested that turning my initial thoughts about what I wanted to explore about the governance of the NHS into a clear research proposal is like travelling down a winding road, with a distant view of the final destination – and lots of tempting turnings that need to beContinue reading “The Long and Winding road – one researcher’s journey”
My previous blog identified the key question that I want to address in my research. To get to an answer I need to engage with several groups of people, both to get data and to test out emerging themes with participants. Also, there is always the hope that my findings will influence those who seekContinue reading “Is there anybody out there? Engaging people with my research”
Ever since I started my career in managing, and being involved in the governance of, various public services – and that was back in the 1970’s – I have been interested in how those responsible for ‘running the show’ did – or didn’t – account for their actions. When I was first appointed as aContinue reading ““Neither fish nor fowl” – what are non-executive directors and can they make the the NHS better?”
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