Assembling Health Care Organizations (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
192
Utgivningsdatum
2012-07-06
Förlag
Palgrave Macmillan
Medarbetare
Styhre, Alexander / Walter, Lars
Illustrationer
VIII, 192 p.
Dimensioner
218 x 140 x 18 mm
Vikt
409 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
1 Hardback
ISBN
9780230303508
Assembling Health Care Organizations (inbunden)

Assembling Health Care Organizations

Practice, Materiality and Institutions

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Based on in-depth and timely empirical data the authors address critical issues in how we can better understand the organization and management of modern health care organizations and health care work. Different theoretical perspectives such as the sociology of organization and medicine, as well as science and technology studies, provide a truly interdisciplinary approach. The book should be of major interest not only to students and scholars in the social sciences, but to any reader that wishes to learn more about one of welfare society's most pressing challenges.' Professor Mikael Holmqvist, School of Business, Stockholm University JV 70AB0679-14C0-4FEC-BBD2-04D217621234 608500 Hardback 520876 9780230303508 0230303501 Assembling Health Care Organizations Practice, Materiality and Institutions Assembling Health Care Organ 06/07/2012 07/06/2012 612 Business Management Monos - Academic K. Lindberg; A. Styhre; L. Walter 32892 By (Author) Author Record 1 Assistant Professor University of Gothenburg 612 Business Management Monos - Academic Scholarly Pal Scholarly V6 - Manufacturing on Demand V2 - Published and in Stock KJ - Business & management; KJU - Organizational theory & behaviour; KJC - Business strategy; KNS - Service industries BUS070080; BUS085000; BUS070000 Business and Management - Organisational Behaviour; Business and Management - International Business and Management; Business, Management, and Finance - Management / Organizational Professional and Scholarly 71.00 71.00 105.00 Green Hardback - ppc (paper over boards) 200 0 216 138 Millimetres 10 216 Millimetres 138 386 Grams importv 2015-03-26 07:34:27.950 Words 102617 All Formats 2011-09-28 12:12:00.000 Full Term Copyright List of Figures Preface PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction: Organizing Health Care Work in Late Modernity Organizing Health Care Work: Co-aligning Institutions and Materiality Organization Studies of Health Care Work: An Overview and Look at the Future PART II: HEALTH CARE PRACTICES Coordinating Care Paths: The Patient as a Boundary Object Standardizing: The Introduction of Evidence-based Methods into Drug Abuse Treatment Crossing and Constructing Boundaries: A Case of an Infusion Pump Engaging Material Resources: Nursing Work in Leukaemia Care PART III: BRIDGING INSTITUTIONAL AND MATERIALITY IN HEALTH CARE Assembling Health Care Work Appendix: Research Methods Bibliography Index Assembling Health Care Organizations combines an institutional theory perspective with a materialist view of the technologies, devices, biological specimens, and other material resources mobilized and put to work in health care work. Introduces institutional theory and sociomaterial practices as analytical concepts Presents four qualitative case studies of health care policy work and implementation, evidence based care policies, the use of medical technologies, and nursing work Presents a critique of previous research of health care work, offering a more integrated view of it Based on in-depth and timely empirical data the authors address critical issues in how we can better understand the organization and management of modern health care organizations and health care work. Different theoretical perspectives such as the sociology of organization and medicine, as well as science and technology studies, provide a truly interdisciplinary approach. The book should be of major interest not only to students and scholars in the social sciences, but to any reader that wishes to learn more about one of welfare society's most pressing challenges.' Professor Mikael Holmqvist, School of Business, Stockholm University

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KAJSA LINDBERG Associate Professor at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. ALEXANDER STYHRE Chair of Organization Theory and Management, School of Business, Economics, and Law, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. LARS WALTER Senior Lecturer at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.

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List of Figures Preface PART I: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES Introduction: Organizing Health Care Work in Late Modernity Organizing Health Care Work: Co-aligning Institutions and Materiality Organization Studies of Health Care Work: An Overview and Look at the Future PART II: HEALTH CARE PRACTICES Coordinating Care Paths: The Patient as a Boundary Object Standardizing: The Introduction of Evidence-based Methods into Drug Abuse Treatment Crossing and Constructing Boundaries: A Case of an Infusion Pump Engaging Material Resources: Nursing Work in Leukaemia Care PART III: BRIDGING INSTITUTIONAL AND MATERIALITY IN HEALTH CARE Assembling Health Care Work Appendix: Research Methods Bibliography Index