Harrop, Stephen Nicholas
Aligning Global and Local Aspects of A National Information Programme for Health: Developing a Critical and Socio-Technical Appreciation.
Doctoral thesis, University of Central Lancashire.
Written by a full-time clinician, this thesis explores an example of ‘Big IT’ in healthcare, the National Programme for IT in the United Kingdom National Health Service. It is unique in exploring the interaction between people and information technology in the healthcare workplace, from an engaged standpoint within one of the National Programme’s implementation sites, in order to provide a critical and a socio-technical appreciation.
Uncontrolled Keywords (separate with ;):
National programmes for IT;National Health Service; Information Systems; Clinical Engagement; Socio-technical Design