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Full Details of to 2019 conference are to follow soon.

For our 2019 conference we will be offering a choice of talks and workshops to attend, to accommodate the very varied requirements of our delegates. We are also providing delegates the opportunity to book a one to one session with our exhibitors; providing the opportunity to gain expert advice.

If you are interested in giving a talk or facilitating a workshop please email debbie@icips.org.

Rosamund Chester Buxton

Rosamund Chester Buxton
School of Business and Economics - Loughborough University

Rosamund is a full-time Doctoral Researcher (since April 2015), part-time teaching tutor (since September 2017), and SOMS Administrator and Auditor (since November 2016) within the School of Business and Economics.

Rosamund’s research interests are focused upon how public service organisations measure and manage performance activities, the linkages between public service performance management and service delivery; and how public service organisations co-create value with service users. These research interests are reflected in Rosamund’s doctoral research, which is examining how UK public service organisations use performance measures and reporting mechanisms to inform performance management activities.

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Rosamund Chester Buxton

Judith Dyson
RGN, RMN, BSc(hons), MSc, PhD, PGCHE, Cpsychol

Judith is a Senior Lecturer in Implementation Science at the University of Hull. Her research investigates the use of psychological (behaviour change) theory in implementing evidence based practice/improving health care practice. As an Academic Fellow and executive member of the Yorkshire Humber Academic Health Science Network’s Improvement Academy she also works in clinical practice, using the same techniques to support practitioners to improve patient care.