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Anne-Marie Craig

Anne-Marie Craig

BSc(Hons) University of Glasgow, MRes (Distinction) University of Stirling, MRCSLT (Member of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists)

Education

2016-present
PhD candidate, University of St Andrews

2014-2015
Masters in Research (Applied Social Policy Research) (Distinction), University of Stirling

2013-2014
Postgraduate Diploma in Management & Leadership, Chartered Institute of Management

2010-2011
Postgraduate Certificate in Psychodynamic Therapeutic Play, Canterbury Christchurch University

1982-1986
BSc(Hons), University of Glasgow

Research interests

Policy and practice; knowledge mobilisation (process and impact); innovation implementation; dynamic service settings; complexity theory.

MRes dissertation topic: "An investigation of the recursive dynamic between indicator measurement and delivery of services to children and young people in Guernsey".

Teaching 2016–2017

  • Tutor: MN1002 Management and Analysis
  • Tutor: MN2002 Management Kaleidoscope

Additional academic experience

  • Planning and administration for ESRC funded international seminar for Centre for Philanthropy & Public Good
  • Presented at Scottish Graduate School for Social Science & Management colloquium
  • Completed scoping execise for SISCC on behalf of the Health Foundation

Professional experience

Specialist Speech & Language Therapist
Health Service Manager
Strategy & Planning Project Officer

Awards

2016
University of St Andrews PhD Studentship sponsored by Scottish Improvement Science Collaborating Centre (SISCC) and The Health Foundation

2014
Awarded Cameron-Carnegie Bursary in relation to MRes

Affliations

  • The Knowledge and Practice thematic group within the School of Management, University of St Andrews
  • Social Dimension of Health Institute (SDHI), University of Dundee and University of St Andrews
  • Scottish Improvement Science and Collaborating Centre (SISCC), University of Dundee
  • Improvement Science Special Interest Group, Nursing, Midwifery and Allied Health Professionals Research Unit (NMAHPRU), University of Stirling

Supervisors

Professor Huw Davies
Dr Alina Baluch