Tony Huzzard

Gästprofessor at Chalmers, Technology Management and Economics, Service Management and Logistics

Tony Huzzard is a Visiting Professor at the Division of Service Management and Logistics and is also connected to Centre for Healthcare Improvement (CHI).

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2010–2013

Mot en mer patientfokuserad och sammanhållen cancervård

Andreas Hellström Quality Sciences
Tony Huzzard Quality Sciences
Svante Lifvergren Quality Sciences
Regionalt cancercentrum Väst

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Publications

2017

Whole System in the Room: Toward Systems Integration in Healthcare

Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren, Andreas Hellström
Health Communication
Journal article
2016

Sustainability in healthcare organizations

Svante Lifvergren, Andreas Hellström, Tony Huzzard
Örtenblad, A., Abrahamson Löfström, C., Sheaff, R. (Ed.) Management Innovations for Health Care Organizations: Adopt, Abandon or Adapt? NY, USA, Routledge, Taylor & Francis group, p. 338-358
Chapter in monograph, book
2015

Special Issue: Action Research and Healthcare Guest Editors: Svante Lifvergren, Tony Huzzard, Andreas Hellstrom

Andreas Hellström, Svante Lifvergren, Tony Huzzard
Action Research. Vol. 13 (1), p. 3-8
Scientific journal article - non peer reviewed
2015

Editorial: Why a special issue on healthcare action research?

Svante Lifvergren, Andreas Hellström, Tony Huzzard
Action Research. Vol. 13 (1), p. 3-8
Journal article
2015

After a Decade of Action Research: Impactful Systems Improvement in Swedish Healthcare

Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren, Andreas Hellström
Chapter in monograph, book
2014

Conclusion: Reflexivity, ethics and the researcher

Tony Huzzard, Emma Jeanes
Critical Management Research: Reflections from the Field, p. 227-240
Chapter in monograph, book
2014

Critical management research: Reflections from the field

Tony Huzzard, Emma Jeanes
, p. 1-246
Edited book
2014

A Physician-Led, Learning-Driven Approach to Regional Development of 23 Cancer Pathways in Sweden

Nils Conradi, Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren et al
Organizing for Sustainable Effectiveness, p. 101-131
Chapter in monograph, book
2014

System-Wide Change in Cancer Care: Exploring Sensemaking, Sensegiving, and Consent

Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren, Andreas Hellström
Research in Organizational Change and Development, p. 191 - 218
Chapter in monograph, book
2014

Critical action research

Tony Huzzard, Y. Johansson
Critical Management Research: Reflections from the Field, p. 81-100
Chapter in monograph, book
2013

En läkarledd och lärandefokuserad strategi för regional utveckling av 28 cancerprocesser i Sverige

Nils Conradi, Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren et al
Att utveckla vården - Erfarenheter av kvalitet, verksamhetsutveckling, p. 143-166
Chapter in monograph, book
2013

Sensegiving across professional borders: readiness for system-wide change in cancer care

Andreas Hellström, Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren
Paper in proceedings
2012

A physician lead, and learning driven approach to regional development of 23 cancer pathways in Sweden

Andreas Hellström, Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren
Paper in proceedings
2012

Process Management as a Contagious Idea: a Contribution to Røvik’s Virus-Inspired Theory,

Andreas Hellström, Tony Huzzard
International Journal of Public Administration. Vol. 35 (13), p. 901-913
Journal article
2012

A Physician-Led and Learning-Driven Approach to Regional Development of 23 Cancer Pathways

Svante Lifvergren, Tony Huzzard, Andreas Hellström
Conference contribution
2009

A development coalition for sustainability in healthcare

Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren, Peter Docherty
Creating sustainable work systems: Developing social sustainability, p. 167-185
Chapter in monograph, book
2009

A Development Coalition for Sustainability in Helthcare

Peter Docherty, Tony Huzzard, Svante Lifvergren
Creating Sustainable Work Systems, p. 167-185
Chapter in monograph, book
2008

A Development Coalition for Sustainability in Health Care

Svante Lifvergren, Peter Docherty, Tony Huzzard
Paper in proceedings