What works when intervening in underperforming health organisations?

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Trying to prevent or turnaround underperformance in health organisations is a challenging task, and much of the academic literature is focused on general and abstract discussions. In this project, we are therefore seeking to access and synthesise expert academic and practitioner knowledge about what is effective, under what conditions, when governments choose to intervene in underperforming health organisations.

Understanding how to intervene effectively is salient to the practices of both policymakers and health service leaders, and of wider interest to the communities our health organisations serve.

For further information on this project, please contact: Craig Johnson