Coronavirus update

Important information:
All on-campus visits and events are cancelled or postponed until further notice. Virtual events will be running as normal unless otherwise stated.  For the latest updates visit our coronavirus information page. Please note that some of our on campus events may be replaced by virtual events - please check with the event organiser listed against each event.

Evaluating integration: Unlocking the mysteries

Location
15-17 Tavistock Place, Jerry Morris Room, London School of Hygiene, London WC1H 9SH
Category
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Social Sciences
Dates
Wednesday 14th September 2016 (17:00-18:30)
Download the date to your calendar (.ics file)
Contact

For further details and to confirm attendance, please contact:

Evelina Balandyte
Email: e.balandyte@bham.ac.uk

Whilst integrated care is a priority of health and care systems across the UK and indeed internationally, our understanding of how to best achieve integrated care in different contexts and for particular populations is far from perfect.

One of the reasons behind this patchy evidence base is the complexity of researching such a wide variety of mechanisms and expected outcomes within different organisational and professional settings.

In this research seminar, jointly hosted by the Health Services Management Centre and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, international expert Professor Bert Vrijhoef will share his experience of undertaking such research – the methods that work and the pitfalls to avoid.

The seminar is being chaired by Professor Judith Smith, from the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham. It will be closed by Professor Nick Mays from the Policy Innovation Research Unit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Biography

Bert Vrijhoef is Professor of Health Systems and Policy at the National University of Singapore and the National University Health System in Singapore (Sept 2012–now). His work focuses on improving chronic illness care and consists of conceptual work and coordinated care system building. Bert performs hypothesis driven health services research and implementation science, using both quantitative and qualitative data as well as mixed methods. Currently, he supervises research projects commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Health, the European Commission, the Ministry of Education in Singapore, and the Tsao Foundation. He has authored over 200 international publications and supervised over 100 Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. students. Bert is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Care Coordination (SAGE Publications).

Further information and registration

For more information and to confirm attendance, please contact Evelina Balandyte, e.balandyte@bham.ac.uk.

Culture and collections

Schools, institutes and departments

Services and facilities