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In September Peter Case, Professor of Organization Studies at UWE Bristol delivered a webinar for staff and doctoral students at the College of Business, Law & Governance - James Cook University in Australia. Here is a summary of his presentatio (More)
Professor Peter Case’s research on malaria healthcare service provision expanded to Namibia this year. Peter’s research teams – including three recent Zimbabwean graduates from the FBL Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Chang (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BLCC Annual Review 2018-19
We are delighted to share with you the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Annual Review 2018-19. This annual review has been compiled to give an insight into some of the key projects we have been involved in over the past 12 months, as well as& (More)
Professor Peter Case gave a seminar paper last week entitled, ‘Ethical moments in International Development research: Aporia, undecidability and the unintended consequences of ethnocentric ethics’, as part of the Ethics Seminar Series run by the (More)
Professor Peter Case (UWE Bristol) was invited by Dr David Heymann, Director of the Centre on Global Health Security, to act as a discussant for a ‘Rethinking Malaria’ conference held at Chatham House on Wednesday 10 October. The conference fo (More)
Article taken from the Chartered Association of Business Schools: Work conducted by Professor Peter Case on organisational systems in malaria zones has had a significant impact on international efforts to eradicate the diseas (More)