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Qualitative studies of innovations in treatment, organisations, and delivery of healthcare services: how the normalisation process theory coding manual can help?

Carl May is professor of medical sociology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

We are very excited to be able to invite you to the next ARC qualitative meeting online

When: 9thJune 3:00-4:30 pm

We are extremely thrilled to say that Professor Carl May will lead the session and discuss:

“qualitative studies of innovations in treatment, organisations, and delivery of healthcare services: how the normalisation process theory coding manual can help?"

Carl May is professor of medical sociology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. His research ranges across medical sociology, science and technology studies and implementation science. His published work includes studies on patterns of professional-patient interaction; innovation, implementation, marginalisation, and sociotechnical change in healthcare services; the lived experience of health and illness, and its management in health and social care. Carl has led the development of normalization process theory and burden of treatment theory, building conceptual toolkits that help us to understand and trace mechanisms that motivate and shape sociotechnical change in healthcare, and to understand the calls such changes make on patients and caregivers.

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ARC Wessex

NIHR ARC Wessex is a 5 year programme of applied research into health and care

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