Dr Alec Fraser BA MA PhD
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I joined the department in September 2014 as a Research Fellow in the Policy Innovation Research Unit. Prior to this I spent five years in the Department of Management at King's College London as a Research Associate and Teaching Fellow before which I spent seven years working in NHS administration and management. I have a BA in History and Spanish from the University of Exeter, as well as an MA in Public Policy and a PhD in Management both from from King's College London.
My main teaching interests concern Health Policy and Management. I am Co-Module Organiser on Health Policy, Process and Power and Co-Module Organiser on Health Services Management.
My current research project through the PIRU focuses on the implementation and evaluation of Social Impact Bonds in health and social care. My broader concerns relate to Evidence Based Policy and Knowledge Transfer, strategic level change in health care, and the ways in which policy changes impact upon both professionals and managers working across health care systems.
- Health care policy
- Health services research
- Implementation research
- Policy analysis
- Social Policy
- Social Sciences
- European Union
The roles of specialisation and evidence-based practice in inter-professional jurisdictions: A qualitative study of stroke services in England, Sweden and Poland.
Baeza, J.I. ; Boaz, A. ; Fraser, A. ; European Implementation Score (EIS) Collaborative Group, . ;
Soc Sci Med, 2016; 155:15-23
Does the 'diffusion of innovations' model enrich understanding of research use? Case studies of the implementation of thrombolysis services for stroke.
Boaz, A. ; Baeza, J. ; Fraser, A. ;
J Health Serv Res Policy, 2016;
Narratives of Promise, Narratives of Caution: A Review of the Literature on Social Impact Bonds
Fraser, A.; Tan, S.; Lagarde, M.; Mays, N.
Social Policy & Administration, 2016; :n/a-n/a
Methods of Implementation of Evidence-Based Stroke Care in Europe: European Implementation Score Collaboration.
Di Carlo, A. ; Pezzella, F.R. ; Fraser, A. ; Bovis, F. ; Baeza, J. ; McKevitt, C. ; Boaz, A. ; Heuschmann, P. ; Wolfe, C.D. ; Inzitari, D. ; European Implementation Score Collaboration Study Group, . ; COLLABORATORS;Thijs, V. ; Rudd, A. ; Boaz, A. ; Giroud, M. ; Bejot, Y. ; Wiedmann, S. ; Hermanek, P. ; Wagner, M. ; Baldereschi, M. ; Lamassa, M. ; Romani, I. ; Nencini, P. ; Rastenyte, D. ; Ryglewicz, D. ; Czlonkowska, A. ; Niewada, M. ; Dennis, M. ; Gallofré, M. ; Abilleira, S. ; Masjuan, J. ; Norrving, B. ; Asplund, K. ;
Stroke, 2015; 46(8):2252-9
Stroke systems of care
Fraser, A.; Wolfe, C.; Rudd, A.; McKevitt, C.
in 'Stroke Management and Recovery' Ovbiagele, B. (2013) Future Medicine Ltd :178-189
The importance of normative integration in stroke services: case study evidence from Sweden and England
Baeza, J.I.; Boaz, A.; Fraser, A.; Fulop, N.; McKevitt, C.; Wolfe, C.; European Implementation Score (EIS) Collaborative Group, .;
Health Services Management Research, 2012; 25(4):155-61
Why, for once, is the UK leading the way in implementing evidence?
Fraser, A.; Rudd, A.
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 2012;
Effective implementation of research into practice: an overview of systematic reviews of the health literature
Boaz, A.; Baeza, J.; Fraser, A.
BMC research notes, 2011; 4(1):212
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