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Welcome to the Public Services Programme Library. This is where we keep information on the Programme’s publications and other outputs. If you scroll down you will see a list of the latest entries to the library in order of date posted. You can use the tool bar on the right side of this page to filter by publication type; for example, discussion papers. Or, use the search function if you would like to search for a certain theme throughout the different publication types. Enjoy browsing!

Poster: Learning Responsibility – Exploring Doctors’ Transitions to New Levels of Medical Responsibility
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Learning responsibility? Exploring doctors’ transitions to new levels of medical responsibility Principal Investigator: Trudie Roberts RES-153-25-0084 Poster: Learning Responsibility – Exploring Doctors’ Transitions to New Levels of… read more

Poster: Comparing Public Service Performance Internationally: How Can We Make Like-for-Like Comparisons of Survey Responses?
December 8th 2009

Project Title: International comparison of responsiveness using anchoring vignettes Principal Investigator: Nigel Rice RES-166-25-0038 Poster: Comparing Public Service Performance Internationally: How Can We Make Like-for-Like Comparisons of Survey Responses?

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Poster: Unblocking ‘Bed Blocking’ – the Effect of Financial Incentives
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Financial incentives and discharge policies Principal Investigator: Allyson Pollock RES-153-25-0038 Poster: Unblocking ‘Bed Blocking’ – the Effect of Financial Incentives

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Poster: Is Money the Mother of Innovation? Are Voluntary and Community Organisations Inherently Innovative in Providing Public Services?
December 8th 2009

Project Title: The Innovative Capacity of Voluntary and Community Organizations Principal Investigator: Stephen Osborne RES-153-25-0051 Poster: Is Money the Mother of Innovation? Are Voluntary and Community Organisations Inherently Innovative… read more

Poster: Are Star Performers More Productive?
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Metrics, Targets and Performance: The case of NHS Trusts Principal Investigator: Mary O’Mahony RES-153-25-0044 Poster: Are Star Performers More Productive?

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Poster: Options for Britain II
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Options for Britain II Principal Investigator: Iain McLean RES-201-25-0001 Poster: Options for Britain II

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Poster: Does Poverty Equal Poor Performance?
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Correlates of Success in Performance Assessment Principal Investigator: Iain McLean RES-153-25-0060 Poster: Does Poverty Equal Poor Performance?

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Poster: So Long as Somebody is Watching? The Effects of Transparency in Clinical Professional Appraisal
December 8th 2009

Project Title: The Visible and Invisible Performance Effects of Transparency in Medical Professional Regulation Principal Investigator: Gerry McGivern RES-153-25-0095 Poster: So Long as Somebody is Watching? The Effects of… read more

Poster: Comparing for Improvement – Local Government Performance Regimes in England, Scotland and Wales
December 8th 2009

Project Title: Comparing for Improvement: the development and impact of public services audit and inspection in UK local government Principal Investigator: Steve Martin RES-166-25-0034 Poster: Comparing for Improvement –… read more

Poster: Parliamentarians’ Use of Healthcare Performance Metrics
December 7th 2009

Project Title: An exploratory study of parliamentarians and their use of healthcare performance metrics. Principal Investigator: Gordon Marnoch RES-153-27-0008 Poster: Parliamentarians’ Use of Healthcare Performance Metrics

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