Dr John Knight
|Position||Lecturer in Charge|
|Org Unit||Business School Office|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 4753|
Nexus 10 Tower
Bachelor of Science (University of Auckland)
Doctor of Philosophy (University of South Australia)
John currently performs a Lecturer in Charge role at the School of Business within the Faculty of the Professions. Duties include the delivery of foundational undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the Management discipline
John's current research focus is on understanding and overcoming resistance to the introduction of health informatics technologies in healthcare delivery systems
This includes: -
- Integrating technology adoption and associated change management
- Strategy formulation and associated decision making within healthcare systems
- Operations management in healthcare delivery
- Collaboration and effectiveness in team performance
- Communities of Practice in Healthcare
Knight, JKM (2010) The healthcare reform agenda: A key role for GPs. Australian Family Physician. Volume 39, No 12 (December), 1-2.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2010) Understanding Practitioner Resistance towards Amalgamating Patient Health Data in South Australian General Practice Proceedings of The 12th International Conference on Work Values and Behavior (ISSWOV), June 27-30, 2010 Estoril-Lisbon, Portugal.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2010). GP Attitudes Towards Amalgamating Electronic Patient Health Data. International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance (forthcoming).
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2009) GP attitudes towards using HI Systems in their professional role. In Proceedings of Third Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management (HIKM 2009), Wellington, New Zealand, January 19-23. Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology (CRPIT), Vol. 97, Warren, J. R. (Editor) pp 37-44. Australian Computer Science Communications Vol. 31:9.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2008). Towards understanding apparent South Australian GP resistance to adopting Health Informatics Systems. Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. 3-5 December 2008. Christchurch.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd BW (2008.) Towards Overcoming Negative GP Attitudes concerning Health Informatics Systems. Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. 2-5 December, 2007. Auckland.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2008). Understanding GP Attitudes Towards A Data Amalgamating Health Informatics System. eJournal of Health Informatics, (3)2
Knight JKM (2008). A qualitative study of GP attitudes towards the use of health informatics technology. IADIS International Conference on Informatics. 25 - 27 July, 2008. Amsterdam.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2008). Understanding GP Attitudes Towards Amalgamating Patient Health Data Informatics Systems. Proceedings of the 8th International Cooperation, Competition, Quality & Health Care Reform (CCQHR) Conference. 19-22 July, 2008. Stockholm.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd, BW (2008). Understanding GP Attitudes towards Health Informatics Systems. Proceedings of the 2008 General Practice & Primary Health Care Conference. 4-6 June, 2008. Hobart.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd BW (2007). Attitudes of GPs towards using HI systems for patient data: a qualitative study. Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. 4-7 December 2007. Sydney.
Knight, JKM Patrickson, M and Gurd BW (2007.) Understanding South Australian GP Attitudes Towards Health Informatics Systems. Proceedings of the 18th Australasian Conference on Information Systems. 5-7 December 2007. Toowoomba.
The Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM)
The Australian Human Resource Institute (CAHRI)
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