Tim Freeman
Tim Freeman
Associate Professor, Middlesex University Business School
Verified email at mdx.ac.uk
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‘Best practice’ in focus group research: making sense of different views
T Freeman
Journal of advanced nursing 56 (5), 491-497, 2006
5772006
The nominal group technique: a research tool for general practice?
M Gallagher, T Hares, J Spencer, C Bradshaw, IAN Webb
Family practice 10 (1), 76-81, 1993
4421993
Using performance indicators to improve health care quality in the public sector: a review of the literature
T Freeman
Health Services Management Research 15 (2), 126-137, 2002
3122002
Effectiveness of quality improvement: learning from evaluations
K Walshe, T Freeman
BMJ Quality & Safety 11 (1), 85-87, 2002
2072002
Managing across diverse networks of care: lessons from other sectors
N Goodwin, E Peck, T Freeman, R Posaner
Report to the NHS SDO R&D Programme. Birmingham: Health Services Management …, 2004
1022004
Achieving progress through clinical governance? A national study of health care managers’ perceptions in the NHS in England
T Freeman, K Walshe
BMJ Quality & Safety 13 (5), 335-343, 2004
972004
Priority-setting and rationing in healthcare: evidence from the English experience
S Robinson, I Williams, H Dickinson, T Freeman, B Rumbold
Social science & medicine 75 (12), 2386-2393, 2012
962012
Organisational strategies for changing clinical practice: how trusts are meeting the challenges of clinical governance
LM Wallace, T Freeman, L Latham, K Walshe, P Spurgeon
BMJ Quality & Safety 10 (2), 76-82, 2001
882001
Hospital board oversight of quality and patient safety: a narrative review and synthesis of recent empirical research
R Millar, R Mannion, T Freeman, HTO Davies
The Milbank Quarterly 91 (4), 738-770, 2013
852013
Managing networks of twenty-first century organisations
P Perri, N Goodwin, E Peck, T Freeman
Springer, 2016
79*2016
Managing networks of twenty-first century organisations
P Perri, N Goodwin, E Peck, T Freeman
Springer, 2016
79*2016
The external review of quality improvement in health care organizations: a qualitative study
K Walshe, L Wallace, T Freeman, L Latham, P Spurgeon
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 13 (5), 367-374, 2001
742001
Performing governance: a partnership board dramaturgy
T Freeman, E Peck
Public Administration 85 (4), 907-929, 2007
642007
Diabetes care: who are the experts?
T Hares, J Spencer, M Gallagher, C Bradshaw, I Webb
BMJ Quality & Safety 1 (4), 219-224, 1992
591992
Measuring progress in clinical governance: assessing the reliability and validity of the Clinical Governance Climate Questionnaire
T Freeman
Health Services Management Research 16 (4), 234-250, 2003
522003
Evaluating partnerships: a case study of integrated specialist mental health services
T Freeman, E Peck
Health & Social care in the Community 14 (5), 408-417, 2006
512006
Performing leadership: Towards a new research agenda in leadership studies?
E Peck, T Freeman, P Six, H Dickinson
Leadership 5 (1), 25-40, 2009
432009
Reflections on leadership and place
C Mabey, T Freeman
Leadership and Place, 155-172, 2013
42*2013
Reflections on leadership and place
C Mabey, T Freeman
Policy studies 31 (4), 505-522, 2010
422010
Setting priorities in health
S Robinson, H Dickinson, I Williams, T Freeman, B Rumbold, K Spence
Birmingham: Health Services Management Centre and Nuffield Trust, 2011
41*2011
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