Managing resources and engaging users: comparing experiences and approaches in policing and health care

5th December 2008

This event, organised and jointly sponsored by SIPR and the Social Dimensions of Health Institute, brought together an invited audience of academics and practitioners to discuss issues common to both services.

  • Evolving views of service users in health care
    Vikki Entwistle (SDHI & University of Dundee)
    PowerPoint [2.1 Mb]

  • User surveys in policing: data collection, analysis and impact
    Emma Fossey (HMICS)
    PowerPoint [215 Kb]

  • Assessing methods of community engagement in health care
    Jonathan Tritter (University of Warwick)
    PowerPoint [332 Kb]

  • Assessing methods of community engagement in policing
    Nick Fyfe (SIPR & University of Dundee)
    PowerPoint [478 Kb]

  • Evidence for improving services
    Huw Davies (SDHI & University of St Andrews)
    PowerPoint [2.7 Mb]

  • The challenges of ‘best value’ in policing
    Bill Harkins (Tayside Police)
    PowerPoint [94 Kb]

  • Evidence and evaluation in health care
    Anne Ludbrook (Health Economics Research Unit, University of Aberdeen)
    PowerPoint [1.08 Mb]