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Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
From the Academy to Policy-Making:
Building Eff...
Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
Introduction: ‘The Impact of the Criminal
Proce...
Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
Process of Engagement: First Project
• Early en...
Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
Process of Engagement: Follow On
• Address the ...
Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
Conclusion
• Active and early engagement with p...
Combining the strengths of UMIST and
The Victoria University of Manchester
Conclusion
• Active and early engagement with p...
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AHRC Workshop, 12 July 2013, University of Birmingham

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From the Academy to Policy-Making: Building Effective Partnerships: Case Study: The Impact of the Criminal Process on Healthcare Ethics and Practice

  1. 1. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester From the Academy to Policy-Making: Building Effective Partnerships Case Study: ‘The Impact of the Criminal Process on Healthcare Ethics and Practice’ Margot Brazier and Danielle Griffiths
  2. 2. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester Introduction: ‘The Impact of the Criminal Process on Healthcare Ethics and Practice’ • £860,000 AHRC-funded project • Follow on project • Medical error and the criminal process • Empirical studies Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), police, Health and Safety Executive (HSE), coroners, lawyers….
  3. 3. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester Process of Engagement: First Project • Early engagement with organisations – Stressed our aim to help clarify law and policy • Active engagement – Iterative research process – Participants welcomed the opportunity for involvement – Seminars, conferences, meetings • Our research was not led by the organisations but was collaborative – Some of our findings were unfavourable – Some organisations disagreed with findings
  4. 4. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester Process of Engagement: Follow On • Address the discrepancies identified in the first project – Recommendations document co-produced with project partners (HSE, police, coroners,INQUEST) and the CPS • Active engagement throughout – Meetings, seminars • Dissemination – Website – Public lecture – Media – Meetings with policy makers and MPs
  5. 5. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester Conclusion • Active and early engagement with practitioners and policy makers improved our research findings and opportunity for impact • Lasting relationships taken forward to new project proposals
  6. 6. Combining the strengths of UMIST and The Victoria University of Manchester Conclusion • Active and early engagement with practitioners and policy makers improved our research findings and opportunity for impact • Lasting relationships taken forward to new project proposals

AHRC Workshop, 12 July 2013, University of Birmingham

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