Future of Health Experts
Business School academics who span management, strategy, business information systems, and accounting work together to improve the quality and impact of research related to the future of health.
UQ Business School experts plan and execute impactful research to lead change in healthcare delivery and plan for future-focused health innovations. Our researchers and academics have deep relationships with industry partners at a public, private and not-for-profit level, also engaging and influencing key policymakers.
Dr Nicole Hartley – Health innovation and technology, patient experience, health
Professor Andrew Burton-Jones – Design, use, and governance of IT in healthcare
Professor Victor Callan – Health leadership and change management service delivery and design
Dr Robyn King – Management control systems in healthcare
Dr Saeed Akhlaghpour – Digital transformation & social media in health
Dr Lily Cheung – Patient-centred care, health service co-creation patient experience
Professor Janet McColl-Kennedy – Patient-centred care, health service co-creation, patient experience
Associate Professor Nicole Gillespie – Adoption of virtual health services, change management, trust in health services, leadership.
Ms Joanna Kho – Competence, routines, performance, and technology and practice change in healthcare
Dr Gemma Irving – Physical space and change processes in healthcare organisations
Associate Professor Paul Spee – Strategy processes in healthcare
Dr Anna Stephens – Strategy processes in healthcare
Associate Professor April Wright – Institutional change and identity in healthcare
Professor Stephen Birch - Taylor Chair and Centre Director; Centre for the Business and Economics of Health (CBEH)