The Implementation of Electronic Health Knowledge Management Systems in a District Health Board: “Respect and Protect”: Using Action Research

By Martin Orr, Shankar Sankaran and Paul James.

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The implementation of electronic health knowledge management systems in a district health board utilising an action research framework, highlighting culture, group processes reflective learning and ethics

Keywords: Health, Knowledge Management, Action Research, Culture, Reflective Learning, Psychological Processes, Ethics

International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 5, Issue 9, pp.113-124. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.965MB).

Dr Martin Orr

Dr Martin Orr MB, BAO, BCH, MBA, FRANZCP. Dr Martin Orr is a Psychiatrist, a Doctoral student at Southern Cross University, a Senior Lecturer at Auckland University School of Population Health and Clinical Director of Information Services for the Waitemata District Health Board (Auckland, New Zealand).

A/Prof. Shankar Sankaran

Dr. Shankar Sankaran BSc, M Sys. Eng., PhD, MIEAust, CP Eng, MPMI. Dr Shankar Sankaran is a control systems engineer and project manager by background and is currently employed as an Associate Professor at the Graduate College of Management, Southern Cross University, Australia. He is also the Director of the College of Action Research at the University.

Dr Paul James

Paul is a doctoral candidate (DBA) at Southern Cross University, Australia. His research topic is the nexus between Strategic Management and Knowledge Management, focusing on the lifecycle of knowledge assets. Coming from an engineering background, Paul has spent the last fifteen years developing and implementing information systems required to support engineering operations in the electricity industry. Out of this work came an interest in knowledge management, largely due to the suboptimal results achieved by most information systems, and the loss of knowledge in the electricity industry through downsizing.

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