Critical healthcare management studies: green shoots

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Kitchener, Martin; McDermott, Aoife; Cooper, Simon;
(2017)

Purpose: While critical approaches have enriched research in proximate fields, their impact has been less marked in studies of healthcare management. In response, the 2016 Organizational Behaviour in Health Care Conference (OBHC) hosted its first ever session dedicated ... View more
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