Journal articles

Below you can find an almost complete list of journal articles I have published.  If you have any queries about how to access these feel free to contact me.

Carey, G., Dickinson, H., Malbon, E & Reeders, D (2017) The Vexed Question of Market Stewardship in the Public Sector: Examining Equity and the Social Contract through the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme.  Social Policy & Administration.

Needham, C & Dickinson, H (2017) ‘Any one of us could be among that number’: Comparing the policy narratives for individualized funding in Australia and England.  Social Policy & Administration.

Malbon, E., Carey, G. & Dickinson, H. (2017) Accountability in public service quasi-markets: The case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme.  Australian Journal of Public Administration.

Carey, G., Dickinson, H. & Olney, S (2017) What can feminist theory offer policy implementation challenges?  Evidence & Policy

Dickinson, H & Carey, G (2017) Managing care integration during the implementation of large-scale reforms: The case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme.  Journal of Integrated Care, 25(1), pp.

Dickinson, H., Bismark, M., Phelps, G. & Loh, E (2016) Future of medical engagement. Australian Health Review, 40, pp. 443-446.

Phelps, G., Loh, E., Dickinson, H., & Bismark, M (2016) Leadership in out health systems. Internal Medicine Journal, Vol 46, issue 5, pp. 638-639.

Williams, I & Dickinson, H (2016) Going it alone or playing to the crowd? A critique of individuals budgets and the personalisation of health care in the English National Health Services. Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol 75, No 2, pp. 149-158.

Loh, E., Morris, J., Thomas, L., Bismark, M., Phelps, G. & Dickinson, H (2016) Shining the light on the dark side of medical leadership – a qualitative study in Australia. Leadership in Health Services, Vol 29, No 3, pp

Robinson, S., Dickinson, H & Durrington, L (2016) Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue: Reviewing the evidence on commissioning and health services. Australian Journal of Primary Care, 22, pp. 9-14.

Dickinson, H. & Pierre, J (2016) Between substance and governance: Healthcare governance and the limits to reform. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management. Vol. 30 No. 1, pp. 109-116.

Millar, R & Dickinson, H (2016) Planes, straws and oysters: leadership metaphors in the reform of English healthcare. Journal of Health, Organisation and Management. Vol. 30 No. 1, pp. 117-132.

Jeffares, S & Dickinson, H (2016) Evaluating collaboration: The creation of an online tool employing Q methodology. Evaluation. Vol. 22(1), pp 91-107.

Carey, G & Dickinson, H (2015) Gender in public administration: Looking back and moving forward. Australian Journal of Public Administration. Vol 74 (4), pp. 509-515.

Bismark, M., Morris, H., Thomas, L., Loh, E., Phelps, G & Dickinson, H (2015) Reasons and remedies for under-representation of women in medical leadership roles: a qualitative study from Australia. BMJ Open, 5 doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009384

Curated virtual issue of Australian Journal of Public Administration on Gender and feminist approaches in Public Administration. Editorial – Carey, G & Dickinson, H (2015) Gender in public administration: looking back and moving forward.

Gallet, W, O’Flynn, Dickinson, H & O’Sullivan, S (2015) The promises and pitfalls of prime provider models in service delivery: The next phase of reform in Australia? Australian Journal of Public Administration.  Vol. 74, No 2, pp. 239-248.

Dickinson, H., Sullivan, H & Head, G (2015) ‘The future of the public service workforce: a dialogue. Australian Journal of Public Administration. Vol 74, No 1, pp. 23-32.

Dickinson, H., Needham, C. & Sullivan, H. (2014) ‘Individual funding for disability support: What are the implications for accountability? Australian Journal of Public Administration Vol 73, No. 4 pp. 417-425.

Dickinson, H (2014) ‘Making a reality of integration: less science, more craft and graft’. Journal of Integrated Care, 22, No. 5/6, pp. 189-196.

Dickinson, H., Jeffares, S., Nicholds, A & Glasby, J. (2014) ‘Beyond the Berlin Wall? ‘Investigating joint commissioning and its various meanings using a Q methodology approach’ Public Management Review, Vol 16, No. 6 pp. 830-851

Dickinson, H (2014) ‘Public service commissioning: What can be learned from the UK experience?’ Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol 73, No 1. Pp 14-18.

Dickinson, H & Sullivan, H (2014) ‘Towards a general theory of collaborative performance: The importance of efficacy and agency’ Public Administration, Vol 92. No. 1, pp. 161-177.

Dickinson, H.,Ham, C., Snelling, I & Spurgeon, P (2013) Medical leadership arrangements in English healthcare organisations: findings from a national survey and case studies of NHS trusts Health Services Management Research, Vol 26, No 4 pp. 119-125.

Durose, C., Richardson, L., Dickinson, H. & Williams, I (2013) ‘Dos and don’ts for involving citizens in the design and delivery of health and social care’ Journal of Integrated Care, 21, No. 6 pp. 326-335.

Dickinson, H. & Glasby, J (2013) ‘How effective is joint commissioning? A study of five English localities’ Journal of Integrated Care, 21, No. 4, pp. 221-232

Dickinson, H., Glasby, J., Nicholds, A. & Sullivan, H. (2013) ‘Making sense of joint commissioning: three discourses of prevention, empowerment and efficiency’ BMC Health Services Research, Vol 13 (Supplement 1):S6

Dickinson, H., Jeffares, S., Nicholds, A & Glasby, J. (2013) ‘Beyond the Berlin Wall? ‘Investigating joint commissioning and its various meanings using a Q methodology approach’ Public Management Review.

Williams, I., Bovaird, T., Brown, H., Allen, K., Dickinson, H., Kennedy, J & Glasby, J. (2012) ‘Designing whole-systems commissioning: Lessons from the English experience’ Journal of Care Services Management, 6, No. 2 pp. 83-92.

Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Williams, I., Freeman, T. & Rumbold, B (2012) ‘Priority-setting and rationing in healthcare: evidence from the English experience’ Social Science and Medicine, 75, No. 12, pp. 2386-2393.

Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Williams, I., Freeman, T. & Rumbold, B (2012) ‘Structures and processes for Priority setting by healthcare funders: a national survey of primary care trusts in England’ Health Services Management Research, Vol 25, pp.113-120.

Miller, R., Dickinson, H. & Glasby, J. (2011) ‘The Care Trust Pilgrims’ Journal of Integrated Care, 19, No. 4 pp. 14-21.

Dickinson, H. & Miller, R. (2011) ‘GP commissioning: implications for the third sector’ Voluntary Sector Review, Vol 2, No. 2, pp 265-273.

Dickinson, H., Freeman, T., Robinson, S. & Williams, I. (2011) ‘Resource scarcity and priority-setting: from management to leadership in the rationing of health care?’ Public Money and Management, Vol 31, No, pp. 363-370.

Dickinson, H. & Neal, C (2011) ‘Single point of access to Third sector services: the Conwy Collaborative Approach’, Journal of Integrated Care, Vol 19, Issue 2, pp.37-48.

Glasby, J., Dickinson, H. & Miller, R. (2011) ‘Partnership working in England – where are we now and were we’ve come from’. International Journal of Integrated Care, Vol 11, 7th March available from ijic.org

Ham, C., Clark, J., Spurgeon, P., Dickinson, H. & Armit, K. (2011) ‘Doctors who become chief executives in the NHS: from keen amateurs to skilled professionals’. Journal of the Royal Society Medicine, 104, pp. 113-119.

Williams, I., Dickinson, H., & Robinson, S. (2011) ‘Joined-up rationing? An analysis of priority setting in health and social care commissioning’. Journal of Integrated Care, 19, Issue 1, pp. 3-11.

Robinson, S., Dickinson, H., Freeman, T. & Williams, I. (2011) ‘Disinvestment in health – the challenges facing general practitioner (GP) commissioners’. Public Money and Management, Vol 31, No. 2, pp. 145-148.

Dickinson, H. (2010) ‘The importance of being efficacious: English health and social care partnerships and service user outcomes’. International Journal of Integrated Care, 10, 15th December 2010 available from www.ijic.org

Dickinson, H. & Glasby, J. (2010) ‘Why partnership working doesn’t work’: pitfalls, problems and possibilities in UK health and social care. Public Management Review. Vol, 12, No. 6, pp. 811-828.

Peck, E. & Dickinson, H. (2010) ‘Pursuing legitimacy: conceptualising and developing leaders’ performances’. Leadership & Organization Development Journal. 31 No. 7, pp. 630-642

Williams, I. & Dickinson, H. (2010) Can knowledge management enhance technology adoption in health care? A review of the literature. Evidence and Policy. Vol 6, Issue 3, 309-331.

Glasby, J., Dickinson, H. & Smith, J. (2010) Creating NHS local – the relationship between English local government and the National Health Service. Social Policy & Administration. Vol 44, Issue 3. pp. 244-264.

Dickinson, H., Peck, E., Durose, J. & Wade, E. (2010) Efficiency, effectiveness and efficacy: towards a framework for high-performance in health care commissioning. Public Money and Management. Vol 30, Issue. 3 Pp. 167-174.

Dickinson, H. (2009) Is leading and managing in inter-agency settings really that different? International Journal of Integrated Care. Vol 9. 16th September. Available online at ijic.org

Allen, B.A., Wade, E. & Dickinson, H. (2009) Bridging the divide – commercial procurement and supply chain management: are there lessons for health care commissioning in England? Journal of Public Procurement, Vol 9, Issue 1, pp. 505-534.

Peck, E., Freeman, T., 6, P. & Dickinson, H. (2009) Performing leadership: towards a new research agenda in leadership studies? Leadership, Vol 5, Issue 1, pp. 25-40

Williams I, Dickinson H, Robinson S, Allen C (2009) ‘Clinical Microsystems and the NHS: A sustainable method for improvement?’ Journal of Health Organization and Management 23(1), pp. 119-132.

Dickinson, H., Glasby, J., Miller, R. and McCarthy, L. (2009) Whose outcomes are they anyway? Report of the pilot evaluation of a joint service, Journal of Integrated Care, 17(1), 37-44.

Dickinson, H. and Glasby, J. (2008) Not throwing out the partnership agenda with the personalisation bathwater, Journal of Integrated Care, 16(4), 3-8

Glasby, J. & Dickinson, H. (2008) Greater than the sum of our parts? Emerging lessons for UK health and social care. International Journal of Integrated Care. Vol 8, 20th August. Available online at ijic.org

Dickinson, H. (2007) Evaluating the outcomes of health and social care partnerships: the POET approach. Research Policy and Planning 25, 79-92.

Dickinson, H., Glasby, J., Forder, J. & Beesley, L. (2007) ‘Free Personal Care in Scotland: a narrative Review. British Journal of Social Work,37, pp 459-474.

Glasby, J., Dickinson, H. & Peck, E. (2007) ‘Health and social care partnerships: things can only get better?’ Public Management and Policy Association Review 3(7), p.8-9.

Dickinson, H., Glasby, J., Peck, E., & Ham, C. (2007) ‘NHS Independence: can things only get better?’ British Journal of Healthcare Management, 13(5), pp. 164-165.

Dickinson, H., Peck, E & Davidson, D. (2007) ‘Opportunity seized or missed? A case study of leadership and organisational change in the creation of a Care Trust’. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 21(5), p. 503-513.

Dickinson, H (2006) ‘The evaluation of health and social care partnerships: an analysis of approaches and synthesis for the future’, Health and Social Care in the Community, 14(5), pp 375-383

Glasby, J., Smith, J. & Dickinson, H. (2006) Creating ‘NHS Local’: a new relationship between PCTs and local government? British Journal of Health Care Management, 12(12), pp. 377-378.

Peck, E., Dickinson, H. & Smith, J. (2006) Transforming or transacting? The role of leaders in organisational transition. British Journal of Leadership in Public Services. 2(3) pp. 4-14

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