Oppositional organisational structures governing managerial drives towards increased joint working practices among healthcare professionals

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Abstract

Recently, we see a change in the organisation of public hospital healthcare with strives toward a re-orientation of professional standards and workflows. Increasing demand for adaptive and collaborative capacity emphazises the need to rethink the way these organisations are organized and led which may challenge doxa of the healthcare field. Drawing on interviews with chief doctors and chief nurses at two major public hospitals in Denmark who had job-experiences from differently positioned hospitals, our comparative approach highlights the conditions of possibility of new forms of governing professionals through drives towards changed working practice. We find that the new standards of care reproduce care hierarchies and professional closure to a varying degree dependent on the relative prestige of the involved hospitals, their specialties and the involved healthcare professionals.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2019
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventBourdieu and Research in Organization and Management Studies Symposium - Adam Smith Business School, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 29 Aug 201930 Nov 2019

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SeminarBourdieu and Research in Organization and Management Studies Symposium
LocationAdam Smith Business School
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period29/08/201930/11/2019

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Hindhede, A. L. (2019). Oppositional organisational structures governing managerial drives towards increased joint working practices among healthcare professionals. Abstract from Bourdieu and Research in Organization and Management Studies Symposium , Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Hindhede, Anette Lykke. / Oppositional organisational structures governing managerial drives towards increased joint working practices among healthcare professionals. Abstract from Bourdieu and Research in Organization and Management Studies Symposium , Glasgow, United Kingdom.
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