Bath Centre for Healthcare Innovation and Improvement

Organization profile

Organisation profile

This multi-disciplinary centre is focused on solving the practical challenges of health and social care systems. It leads and explores applied health research projects using a mixed methods approach while adopting a flexible and collaborative outlook to the choice and framing of the research problems and to the research methods and modelling techniques used.  

Members of the Centre work closely with health and social care managers and professionals drawing on a wide range of research expertise including:

  • operational research/management science
  • operations management
  • analytics
  • information systems.
  • other quantitative and qualitative research methods and models
  • experience from different industries

With the School and the University’s current activity and existing strengths in this area, working in close partnership with healthcare professionals on real problems, the Centre is in a unique position to make a substantial and impactful contribution not only to academia but also to practice.

If you want to engage with the Centre and its academics in a research or consultancy project, we encourage you to contact the director Professor Christos Vasilakis.

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Audit Business & Economics
Industry Engineering & Materials Science
Complementarity Business & Economics
Computer Simulation Medicine & Life Sciences
Patient Participation Medicine & Life Sciences
Health Medicine & Life Sciences
Monitoring Business & Economics
Sustainability Business & Economics

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Research Output 2011 2018

A facility location problem solver and its application in healthcare

Vasilakis, C., Erdoğan, G. & Stylianou, N. 2018

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Analysing barriers to service improvement using a multi-level theory of innovation: the case of glaucoma outpatient clinics

Turner, S., Vasilakis, C., Utley, M., Foster, P., Kotecha, A. & Fulop, N. J. 13 Feb 2018 In : Sociology of Health and Illness.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Ambulatory Care Facilities
Health Personnel
Glaucoma
Ophthalmology
Research Design
Business cycles
Global financial crisis
Economic growth
Experimentation
Entrepreneurship