Simon James William Turner

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Simon James William Turner

Simon James William Turner

s.turner @uniandes.edu.co

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Facultad de Administración

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Cursos Recientes

  • 2021
    • TEORÍA ORGANIZACIONAL

      Primer Periodo
      Maestría

      ORGANIZACIONES

      Primer Periodo
      Licenciatura

Productos Recientes

Turner S, D´Lima D, Sheringham J, Swart N, Hudson E, Fulop N. (2021)
Evidence use as sociomaterial practice? A qualitative study of decision-making on introducing service innovations in health care
Public Management Review (ISSN 1471-9037)
Artículo
Turner S.
Guía interactiva: Análisis de la Coordinación de un Cambio Sistémico Significativo en el Sistema de Salud Colombiano como Respuesta al COVID-19
OTHERTRANSFERPRODUCTION

Proyectos Recientes

  • 2020
    • Análisis de la Coordinación de un Cambio Sistémico Significativo en el Sistema de Salud Colombiano como Respuesta al COVID-19

      Duración: 8 meses

      PR.2.2020.7627

      Navigating professional and organizational processes of major system change and innovation in health care and wider public management

      Duración: 36 meses

      PR.3.2019.6807

      This project will explore the definition, negotiation, and potential to improve the navigation of major system change in health services and wider public management, in both Colombia and the UK. Major system change involves coordinated change across multiple providers and purchasers of care with the aim of improving health service delivery. While there is a growing literature on the barriers and facilitators of change in higher income countries, little is known about the professional and organizational processes shaping approaches to, and implementation of, change in lower and middle income countries (LMICs), including Colombia. The proposed project will consolidate my current research on innovation processes in relation to health services in the UK, and support the translation of this research interest into the Colombian context. Findings will be presented at national and international conferences in every year of the project, as detailed in the financial plan. A research assistant will be employed for a total of 18 months: 6 months in year 1 and 12 months in year 2. Throughout the three-year project, opportunities to obtain further external research funding will be sought to support and extend this research programme.  

Cursos

  • 2021
    • TEORÍA ORGANIZACIONAL

      Primer Periodo
      Maestría

      ORGANIZACIONES

      Primer Periodo
      Licenciatura
    • TEORÍA ORGANIZACIONAL

      Primer Periodo
      Doctorado
  • 2020
    • ORGANIZACIONES (INGLÉS)

      Primer Periodo
      Licenciatura

      ORGANIZAC. (MAGISTRAL INGLÉS)

      Primer Periodo
      Licenciatura
    • TEORÍA ORGANIZACIONAL

      Primer Periodo
      Maestría

      TEORÍA ORGANIZACIONAL

      Primer Periodo
      Doctorado

Productos

Turner S, D´Lima D, Sheringham J, Swart N, Hudson E, Fulop N. (2021)
Evidence use as sociomaterial practice? A qualitative study of decision-making on introducing service innovations in health care
Public Management Review (ISSN 1471-9037)
Artículo
Turner S.
Guía interactiva: Análisis de la Coordinación de un Cambio Sistémico Significativo en el Sistema de Salud Colombiano como Respuesta al COVID-19
OTHERTRANSFERPRODUCTION
Turner S, Ulloa A, Valencia V, Niño N. (2021)
Learning from history or reacting to events? Colombia's navigation of major system change in response to COVID-19
Capítulo de Libro
Turner S, Niño N, Segura C, Botero N. (2021)
Organisational responses to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on healthcare workers: a qualitative case study from Bogotá, Colombia
BMC Health Services Research (ISSN 1472-6963)
Artículo
Turner S. (2021)
Respuesta interorganizacional al Covid
Portafolio (ISSN 0123-6326)
Columna de Opinión
Turner S, Botero N, Herrera M, Borda J, Francisco F, Ramírez J, Maldonado L. (2021)
Systematic review of experiences and perceptions of key actors and organisations at multiple levels within health systems internationally in responding to COVID-19
Implementation science (ISSN 17485908)
Artículo
Turner S, Ulloa A, Niño N, Valencia V. (2021)
The Role of Intersectoral Action in Response to COVID-19: A Qualitative Study of the Roles of Academia and the Private Sector in Colombia
International Journal of Health Policy and Management (ISSN 23225939)
Artículo
Turner S. (2021)
The corporatization of healthcare organisations internationally: a scoping review of processes, impacts, and mediators
Public Administration (ISSN 1467-9299)
Artículo
Turner S. (2020)
Covid-19: aprendizajes y desafíos para el sector de la salud, Portafolio
Portafolio (ISSN 0123-6326)
Columna de Opinión
Turner S. (2020)
Guiando el cambio del sistema de salud en respuesta al COVID-19
El Espectador (ISSN 0122-2856)
Columna de Opinión
Wright J, Turner S. (2020)
Integrated Care and the ‘Agentification’ of the English National Health Service
Social Policy and Administration (ISSN 0144-5596)
Artículo
Turner S. (2020)
La información: un arma de doble filo ante el COVID-19, El Pais de Cali
Columna de Opinión
Grieco L, Melnychuk M, Ramsay A, Baim-lance A, Turner S, Wilshere A, Fulop N, Morris S, Utley M. (2020)
Operational analysis of school-based delivery models to vaccinate children against influenza
Health Systems (ISSN 20476973)
Artículo
Turner S, Nino N. (2020)
Qualitative analysis of the coordination of major system change within the Colombian health system in response to COVID-19: study protocol
Implementation Science Communications (ISSN 2662-2211)
Artículo
Turner S, Wright J. (2020)
Sharing stories or co-constructing practice? Challenges to undertaking and researching innovation using evidence from the English NHS
Decentring Health and Care Networks (ISBN 978-3-030-40889-3)
Capítulo de Libro
Turner S. (2019)
Impact and sustainability of centralising acute stroke services in English metropolitan areas: retrospective analysis of hospital episode statistics and stroke national audit data
British Medical Journal (ISSN 0959-8146)
Artículo
Turner S. (2019)
Mixed methods evaluation of a hospital group model using an embedded research approach: study protocol
BMJ OPEN (ISSN 2044-6055)
Artículo
Turner S. (2019)
System wide collaboration? Health and social care leaders’ perspectives on working across boundaries
Journal of Integrated Care ()
Artículo
Turner S. (2019)
The role of organizational and professional cultures in medication safety: a scoping review of the literature
The International Journal for Quality in Health Care (ISSN 1353-4505)
Artículo
Turner S. (2019)
The role of regulation in constituting markets: a co evolutionary perspective on the UK television production sector
Economia Politica: Journal of Analytical and Institutional Economics (ISSN 1120-2890)
Artículo
Turner S. (2019)
Translating academic research into guidance to support healthcare improvement: how should guidance development be reported?
BMC Health Services Research (ISSN 1472-6963)
Artículo
Turner S. (2018)
Accelerating innovation in new ways of delivering health and social care’, Manchester Policy Blog
Otro
Turner S. (2018)
Analysing barriers to service improvement using a multi-level theory of innovation: the case of glaucoma outpatient clinics, Sociology of Health & Illness
Sociology of healt & Illnes - Wiley online Library (ISSN 1467-9566)
Artículo
Turner S. (2018)
Patient experience of centralized acute stroke care pathways
Sociology of healt & Illnes - Wiley online Library (ISSN 1467-9566)
Artículo
Turner S. (2018)
Patient, carer and public involvement in major system change in acute stroke services: The construction of value
Sociology of healt & Illnes - Wiley online Library (ISSN 1467-9566)
Artículo
Turner S. (2018)
The potential role of cost-utility analysis in the decision to implement major system change in acute stroke services in metropolitan areas in England
Health Research Policy and Systems (ISSN 1478-4505)
Artículo
Turner S. (2017)
Evidence use in decision-making on introducing innovations: a systematic scoping review with stakeholder feedback
Implementation science (ISSN 17485908)
Artículo
Turner S. (2017)
Impact and experiences of delayed discharge: A mixed studies systematic review, Health Expectations,
pubmed (ISSN 1539-3704)
Artículo
Turner S. (2017)
Improving the production of applied health research findings: insights from a qualitative study of operational research
Implementation science (ISSN 17485908)
Artículo
Turner S. (2017)
Mixed methods evaluation of the Getting it Right First Time programme - improvements to NHS orthopaedic care in England: study protocol
BMC Health Services Research (ISSN 1472-6963)
Artículo
Turner S. (2017)
School-based vaccination programmes: a systematic review of the evidence on organisation and delivery in high income countries
BMC Public Health (ISSN 1471-2458)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
Explaining outcomes in major system change: a qualitative study of implementing centralised acute stroke services in two large metropolitan regions in England
Implementation science (ISSN 17485908)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
HYBRIDS AND PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITIES: COMPARING UK REFORMS IN HEALTHCARE, BROADCASTING AND POSTAL SERVICES
Sociology of healt & Illnes - Wiley online Library (ISSN 1467-9566)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
Lessons for major system change: stroke service centralization in two metropolitan areas of England,
International Journal of Health Services (ISSN 0020-7314)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
Major system change: a management and organisational research perspective. In Raine R et al. Challenges, solutions and future directions in the evaluation of service innovations in health care and public health.
International Journal of Health Services (ISSN 0020-7314)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
Recalling communities of practice
International Journal of Health Services (ISSN 0020-7314)
Artículo
Turner S. (2016)
Study protocol: DEcisions in health Care to Introduce or Diffuse innovations using Evidence (DECIDE), Implementation Science
Implementation science (ISSN 17485908)
Artículo
Turner S. (2015)
Effects of Centralizing Acute Stroke Services on Stroke Care Provision in Two Large Metropolitan Areas in England.
pubmed (ISSN 1539-3704)
Artículo
Turner S. (2014)
Impact of centralising acute stroke services in English metropolitan areas on mortality and length of hospital stay: difference-in-differences analysis
BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL (ISSN 0959-535X)
Artículo
Turner S. (2014)
Codifying knowledge to improve patient safety: a qualitative study of practice-based interventions,
pubmed (ISSN 1539-3704)
Artículo
Turner S. (2014)
Evaluating an innovative approach to the diagnostic processes for chronic eye disease: a feasibility studyEvaluating an innovative approach to the diagnostic processes for chronic eye disease: a feasibility study
Otro
Turner S. (2014)
Improving care and increasing efficiency-challenges in the care of chronic eye diseases,
Artículo
Turner S. (2014)
The evaluation of the Haringey Welfare Hubs. Preliminary Report for Haringey Council,
Otro
Turner S. (2013)
Absorptive capacity: the role of communities of practice,
Otro
Turner S. (2013)
Governing patient safety: lessons learned from a mixed methods evaluation of implementing a ward-level medication safety scorecard in two English
BMJ ()
Artículo
Turner S. (2013)
Recent evidence on the changing mix of providers of healthcare in England
Healthcare Administration (ISBN 9781466663404)
Capítulo de Libro
Turner S. (2012)
Competition and public service broadcasting: stimulating creativity or servicing capital?
Journal of Socio-Economics (ISSN 1053-5357)
Artículo
Turner S. (2012)
‘Using a scorecard to improve safety
Otro
Turner S. (2012)
Provider diversity in the English NHS: a study of recent developments in four health economies
Artículo
Turner S. (2012)
The role of professional communities in governing patient safety
International Journal Of Environmental Research And Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601)
Artículo
Turner S. (2011)
New forms of provider in the English National Health Service, Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics
Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics (ISSN 1467-8292)
Artículo
Turner S. (2011)
Healthcare providers in the English National Health Service: public, private or hybrids?
Journal of Health Economics (ISSN 0167-6296)
Artículo
Turner S. (2011)
Innovation and the English National Health Service
pubmed (ISSN 1539-3704)
Artículo
Turner S. (2011)
Provider Diversity in the NHS: Impact on Quality and Innovation, Final report for NIHR Health Reforms Evaluation Program, England
Otro
Turner S. (2010)
Competition and public service broadcasting: stimulating creativity or servicing capital?
Otro
Turner S. (2010)
Networks of learning within the English wine industry
Journal of Economic Geography (ISSN 1468-2702)
Artículo
Turner S. (2009)
Book review ‘Applied Evolutionary Economics and Economic Geography
Otro
Turner S. (2009)
Networks of learning within the English wine industry: communitarian, distanciated, organisational, and redundant,
Otro

Proyectos

  • 2020
    • Análisis de la Coordinación de un Cambio Sistémico Significativo en el Sistema de Salud Colombiano como Respuesta al COVID-19

      Duración: 8 meses

      PR.2.2020.7627

      Navigating professional and organizational processes of major system change and innovation in health care and wider public management

      Duración: 36 meses

      PR.3.2019.6807

      This project will explore the definition, negotiation, and potential to improve the navigation of major system change in health services and wider public management, in both Colombia and the UK. Major system change involves coordinated change across multiple providers and purchasers of care with the aim of improving health service delivery. While there is a growing literature on the barriers and facilitators of change in higher income countries, little is known about the professional and organizational processes shaping approaches to, and implementation of, change in lower and middle income countries (LMICs), including Colombia. The proposed project will consolidate my current research on innovation processes in relation to health services in the UK, and support the translation of this research interest into the Colombian context. Findings will be presented at national and international conferences in every year of the project, as detailed in the financial plan. A research assistant will be employed for a total of 18 months: 6 months in year 1 and 12 months in year 2. Throughout the three-year project, opportunities to obtain further external research funding will be sought to support and extend this research programme.