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Seven years as a student and qualified ODA in the North East and four years in Yorkshire as a Senior ODA and part time lecturer with the, then, Wakefield School. Took up full time post with them in 1990 and was part of the merger with the University of Huddersfield in 1996. Have also worked for the University of Bradford for 2 years in the School of Continuing Education.
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Hauxwell, J (2010) ‘Learning in theatre: a critical commentary from experience ’ Technic: The Journal of Operating Department Practice , 1 (4), pp. 12-15. ISSN 1756-1132
Hauxwell, J (2007) ‘Reading around’ Technic: The Journal of Operating Department Practice , 4 (2), pp. 18-19. ISSN 1756-1132
Hauxwell, J (2002) ‘A national vocational qualification in the operating theatre: participants' perspectives on its effects on staff relationships’ Journal of vocational education and training , 54 (4), pp. 477-496. ISSN 1363-6820
Although traditionally seen as being under the natural ownership and guidance of the Labour Party, the NHS is one of the prime agendas of all parties, along with education and crime. Proposals are invited related to The Labour Party and the NHS, particularly New Labour, or historical perspectives of Labour and the NHS
European countries have health systems based on the NHS model, with variations around funding and private/public provision. Comparisons across the newly expanded EU offer fruitful ground for seeking solutions to common/particular problems. Proposals are invited of comparative studies, especially those related to provision of anaesthetic and surgical services.
After commenting about the weather, health is the next issue to be raised when two people meet. Many in the prose and poetry canon of English Literature have explored health issues and notions of disease and wellbeing - from Auden's Miss Gee to John Hegley's Health Questionnaire. Proposals are invited on any genre of prose or poetry that gives insight into any aspect of health, especially hospitals and surgery.
The agenda of privatisation in the NHS is one that has raised much consternation in and out of the Service (Alyson Pollock's book NHS PLC is an example of how high the feelings run). Controversial issues such as PFI have been promulgated by New Labour in a string of changes that started with the contracting out of cleaning services under the Conservatives in the 1980s. Proposals are welcomed that deal with historical perspectives on privatisation, EU comparisons, or particular themes such as PFI.
Hierarchical relationships in healthcare have been noted for a long time, the position of the Doctor in society and in health systems has always been a high, if not revered one. Proposals are invited that examine how (or if) this notion, related to both public and medical perceptions, has changed through time - considerations of portrayal of the hierarchy in the media are especially welcome.