Dr Sharyn Maxwell
Senior Lecturer and Senior Tutor
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 191 2082359
- Address: School of Pharmacy
King George VI Building
Queen Victoria Rd
Newcastle Upon Tyne
I joined the Faculty of Medical Sciences on 1 August 2017 and am looking forward to helping establish the new School of Pharmacy.
I have a multidisciplinary academic background with degrees in economics, health services management, organisational change in healthcare, and higher education. Reflecting this, I have a diverse professional background with experience in the Australian public service, the charitable sector (primarily health-related charities) in Australia and India, Christian ministry, and higher education in Australia and the UK. Between 2009 & 2011 I was a co-director of Durham University’s Project Sri Lanka.
The primary theme throughout my career is improving health and healthcare for people who struggle to access healthcare services whether because of developmental disabilities, mental illness, or socioeconomic circumstances. My current primary research interest is gender awareness amongst students and health professionals and its influence on their capacity as future advocates for reducing health and social-economic inequalities. I still maintain an interest in whole systems approaches to the organisation, delivery and evaluation of health care services.
- Rizwan M, Scott E, Maxwell S. Integrated Care e-Pathways using Formic Fusion for patients undergoing elective hip and knee replacements. Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies 2010, 5, 91-97.
- McLachlan J, Maxwell S. Oualifications in clinical education for psychiatrists. Psychiatric Bulletin 2007, 31(8), 315-317.
- Degeling PJ, Maxwell S, Iedema R, Hunter DJ. Making clinical governance work. British Medical Journal 2004, 329(7467), 679-682.
- Degeling P, Maxwell S. The negotiated order of health care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2004, 9(2), 119-121.
- Degeling P, Maxwell S, Kennedy J, Coyle B. Medicine, management, and modernisation: A "danse macabre"?. British Medical Journal 2003, 326(7390), 649-652.
- Degeling P, Maxwell SA, Kennedy J, Coyle B, Macbeth F. The impact of CHI: Evidence from Wales. Quality in Primary Care 2003, 11(2), 147-154.
- Degeling P, Maxwell S. The structural prerequisites for clinical leadership. Journal of Clinical Excellence 2003, 4(3), 289-293.