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The appropriation of an artefact through translation and inscription

William Fear | 02 April 2013 | Management & Business Studies | Organised event

Patient stories are increasing being used in healthcare as a learning tool for both clinicians and health services. In this paper we consider the process whereby the social artefact, the patient story, is appropriated through the processes of transla ...

I’m tired of telling my story; no one’s ever listened to my story

William Fear | 02 April 2013 | Management & Business Studies | Seminar/workshop

Pathways to work (c. 2006-2009) was a uk government program intended to reduce the number of people claiming welfare benefit due to poor health. The underpinning principle of the program was that most people in receipt of the benefit (incapacity bene ...

High reliability organisations: a competency framework

William Fear | 01 January 2012 | Management & Business Studies | Other publication/report

High reliability organisations (hros) operate in high risk, high hazard environments and have high levels of performance together with high levels of safety [1,2]. Over the past 20 years the research into hros has progressed from the investigation of ...

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