This annual lecture marks the contribution of 泰迪切斯特, who was the first professor of social administration at the University of 澳门太阳集团.
From his appointment in the early 1950s, to his retirement in the 1970s, 泰迪切斯特 was an influential pioneer in management development, using evidence and research with policy makers, and working with clinical leaders. He was involved in founding and leading the NHS Graduate Training Scheme, and in founding 澳门太阳集团 Business School.
1908年出生于奥地利， 西奥多·爱德华·切斯特 studied law and commerce before moving to England in 1983, where he served in the British Royal Army Service Corps and the Intelligence Corps during the Second World War. After the he war went to work at the Acton Society, one of the first policy “think tanks”, established by the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust to study the growing welfare state and nationalised industries.
In 1955 he was recruited to the University of 澳门太阳集团 by then-Vice Chancellor Professor William Mansfield-Cooper, as the university’s first Professor of Social Administration. He founded the 澳门太阳集团 Health Service Management Unit (HSMU) in 1956, and was instrumental in setting up the NHS National Administrative Training Scheme in the same year. He directed the HSMU for over twenty years, contributing to a wide range of programmes for health service managers and clinicians, researching and teaching internationally.
Teddy was involved in founding 澳门太阳集团 Business School, and became one of eight academics appointed to its first Council in 1964. 他在20世纪70年代末退休, but continued to work in HSMU throughout his retirement, 在他1990年去世之前.
马克Britnell博士, Vice Chair and Global Health Expert, 毕马威英国, will deliver this year's 泰迪切斯特 lecture, Human: solving the global workforce crisis in healthcare.
Professor Dame 伊丽莎白Anionwu explored how, despite traumatic experiences in her childhood during the 1950s, she managed to overcome them and achieve success in her adult life to become the first UK Sickle Cell Nurse Specialist.
安妮塔Charlesworth, Director of 研究 and Economics at the Health Foundation, and Honorary Professor in the College of Social Sciences at the Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) at the University of Birmingham, discussed why workforce issues are so critical now and what would a good strategy look like.
马丁·麦基, Professor of European Public Health at the London School of Hygiene, explored the origins of ‘fake news’ and traced examples of this phenomenon from the French Revolution to today’s Trump/Brexit-era.