London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
Annual Health Services Research Lecture
Jack Wennberg Dealing with clinical practice variations: breaking the cycle of professional uncertainty.
Iain Chalmers Efficient or just cheap? Using information about effectiveness in managing health services.
Richard Scheffler Opting out. Patients, profits and pitfalls.
Rachel Rosser Is it too late to prevent the abuse of quality of life measurement?
Robert Brook Does quality suffer when costs are contained?
Gavin Mooney Is patient choice a good thing?
David Banta Is new technology a good thing?
David Armstrong Where is the primary:secondary interface?
John Billings Exploring access barriers to health care.
Ian Russell Can it work? Does it work? Research designs for health technology assessment.
Robert Dingwall Catching goldfish : quality in qualitative methods
Linda Aiken Impact of hospital organisation on patient outcomes
Alain Enthoven Purchasing for quality
Trevor Sheldon It ain’t what you do it’s the way that you do it
Stephen Shortell Designing health systems for improving quality of care
Bonnie Sibbald Does it need a doctor? Skill mix in primary care
Richard Cooper The gender revolution in medicine: new rules for an old profession
Graham Thornicroft Health services research: is there anything to learn from mental health?
Angela Coulter The autonomous patient revisited
Martin Roland Measuring quality in primary care: past, present and future
Carol Propper What effect might more competition have on the NHS?
Jon Nicholl What direction of travel? Reconfiguring emergency and urgent care
Peter Smith Does performance measurement improve the quality of care?
Niek Klazinga Comparing apples and pears. International comparisons of quality of care
Arnie Epstein Impact of pay for performance on quality of care
Jennifer Dixon Predicting risk: innovations to improve health services
John McKinlay Two conflicting constants in health care: change and resistance to change
Steven Lewis Generalism strikes back: implications of the coming revival
Stephen Birch Health care workforce planning: can we ever get it right?
Mary Dixon-Woods Why is improving health care so hard and how can we do it better?
Martin Knapp Can social care save the NHS?
Nick Black Relman revisited: the dawn of the era of systems & creativity
Irene Higginson Future proofing health and social care: the role for palliative and end of life care
Victor Montori Advancing the science for careful and kind care
Kath Checkland Who needs to see a doctor face-to-face?