The Centre for Health Policy and Management aims to improve delivery of health care in Ireland and more widely by carrying out rigorous scientific research, policy support and teaching on the financing, organisation and delivery of health and social care. The Centre hosts the TCD part of the HRB PhD Scholar Programme in Health Services Research and is closely involved in post doctoral training and capacity building. It also hosts the MSc in Health Services Management. Work in the Centre normally involves collaborations with researchers across the College, in other research institutions and with policy and practice organisations. The main foci of studies are on financing of care (and the implications for efficiency and equity), organisation and delivery of care (especially primary health care), health care human resources, cancer services, palliative care and the effects of ageing and the financial crisis on the health and social care sector.
Pictured at the launch of a new report “Towards the development of a predictive model of long-term care demand for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland” in Trinity College Dublin (TCD) on Thursday 25 October 2012, were members of the research team, from left to right , Dr Maev-Ann Wren, TCD; Prof Charles Normand, TCD; Prof Davis Coakley, CARDI; Dr Catriona Murphy, TCD; Prof Bob Stout, CARDI and Dr Dermot O’Reilly, QUB.
For further information about Professor Charles Normand please view his CV Profile
For further information about research within Health Policy Management please click here