Dr John G. Richmond

PhD, MBA

School of Health and Related Research

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Healthcare Management and Leadership

Deputy Director MSc International Health Management and Leadership

John Richmond
j.g.richmond@sheffield.ac.uk
+44 114 222 4296

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Dr John G. Richmond
School of Health and Related Research
Room 2037, 2nd floor
Regent Court (DCS)
211 Portobello
Sheffield
S1 4DP
Profile

I earned my PhD in Management from Warwick Business School (WBS) in September 2018. Currently I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Healthcare Management and Leadership at The University of Sheffield. In March 2020 I completed my Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Operations Management at WBS evaluating the UK National Health Service (NHS) partnership with Virginia Mason Institute (USA).

I have over 10 years of health management experience in public and private healthcare in Canada, USA, and UK.

Research interests

My current research has several interconnected streams including healthcare quality improvement (QI) and safety, QI evaluation methods, workforce flexibility, and emergency management. Through my research training and professional experience, I have developed expertise in mixed method approaches to analyse health service operations and quality improvement interventions. Methods I draw upon in evaluating health services include interviews, observations, surveys and archival data reviews.

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PhD Supervision

I am interested in supervising PhD Students in areas such as:

  • Healthcare Quality Improvement and Safety
  • Risk and Emergency Management in Healthcare
  • Professional Organisation in Healthcare
  • Stress and Emotions in Healthcare
Teaching interests

At ScHARR I draw on my academic and professional background to teach and lead modules in Health Management and Leadership.

I am Deputy Director for the MSc in International Health Management and Leadership at ScHARR. Currently I am leading the module HAR682 Leading and Managing Health Services and preparing development of a new course: Managing Health Service Operations.