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2005/06 programme - Audio

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Creating new theatre for the world: new theatre for a global age

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Health systems research in low income countries: of robots, angels and reflective human beings

Health systems research generates new knowledge to improve health service provision. The notion that simple solutions to health systems problems are waiting to be discovered relies on the idea that those implementing policy are ârobotsâ (that do whatever they are told) or âangelsâ (that always serve the greater good). In contrast, Professor McPake will show how effective health systems research in low income countries is based on the idea that implementers are human beings who respond to incentives and social and psychological features of their environment.

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The death of local government: suicide, murder or neglect?

Negative media coverage of local government in the media may feed tension between the Scottish Executive and local government. Local government leaders argue that they are required to provide new services with inadequate central government financial support. Citizens, meanwhile, seem critical of levels of public expenditure but demand improved public services. This lecture will examine the complexities of these debates and consider whether Scottish local government is now in its death throes.

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Latest Episodes

Creating new theatre for the world: new theatre for a global age

Professorial lecture.

-1 s2010 SEP 13
Comments
Creating new theatre for the world: new theatre for a global age

Health systems research in low income countries: of robots, angels and reflective human beings

Health systems research generates new knowledge to improve health service provision. The notion that simple solutions to health systems problems are waiting to be discovered relies on the idea that those implementing policy are ârobotsâ (that do whatever they are told) or âangelsâ (that always serve the greater good). In contrast, Professor McPake will show how effective health systems research in low income countries is based on the idea that implementers are human beings who respond to incentives and social and psychological features of their environment.

-1 s2010 SEP 13
Comments
Health systems research in low income countries: of robots, angels and reflective human beings

The death of local government: suicide, murder or neglect?

Negative media coverage of local government in the media may feed tension between the Scottish Executive and local government. Local government leaders argue that they are required to provide new services with inadequate central government financial support. Citizens, meanwhile, seem critical of levels of public expenditure but demand improved public services. This lecture will examine the complexities of these debates and consider whether Scottish local government is now in its death throes.

-1 s2010 SEP 13
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The death of local government: suicide, murder or neglect?
the END
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