Professor Terry Young
Professor Of Healthcare Systems
SummaryTerry Young is Professor of Healthcare Systems, and has an unusual breadth of experience, strong management, teaching and research credentials, forged over 12½ years in academia and 16½ years in industry. His teaching interests include the development of progressive grading strategies and the alignment of information systems with the business of better and blended teaching at scale. In terms of high-impact collaborations, he has a track record of forming and leading talented teams from many universities to pursue exceptional visions. The EPSRC Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre, MATCH, and the EPSRC feasibility project, RIGHT, have helped him develop leadership skills with groups of powerful and independent thinkers, skills that he is seeking to promote, for instance, with the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education. He is a cofounder of the Cumberland Initiative and the Health Service Journal ranked him in its Top 50 Innovators in the NHS in 2013.
ResponsibilityProfessor Young is a member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee to the €350M CTMM programme in the Netherlands. He sits on the editorial boards of a number of journals and undertakes the usual academic good citizenship activities.
Newest selected publications
Kuljis., Money, A., Young., Perry. and Barnett. (2017) 'Technology assisted self-testing and management of oral anticoagulation therapy: A qualitative patient-focused study'. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, 31 (3). pp. 603 - 607. ISSN: 1471-6712 Open Access Link
Eatock, JA., Cooke, MW. and Young, TP. (Accepted) 'Performing or not performing: what’s in a target?'. Future Hospital Journal. ISSN: 2055-3331 Open Access Link
Jahangirian, M., Taylor, SJE., Young, T. and Robinson, S. (2016) 'Key performance indicators for successful simulation projects'. Journal of the Operational Research Society. ISSN: 0160-5682 Open Access Link
Greenhalgh, T., Annandale, E., Ashcroft, R., Barlow, J., Black, N., Bleakley, A., (2016) 'An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research'. BMJ-BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL, 352. ISSN: 1756-1833 Open Access Linket al.
Girling, A., Lilford, R., Cole, A. and Young, T. (Accepted) 'HEADROOM APPROACH TO DEVICE DEVELOPMENT: CURRENT AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS'. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. pp. 1 - 8. ISSN: 0266-4623 Open Access Link