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Rebecca Casey

PHD_Benefits Realisation Of IT In The Healthcare Sector _Rebecca _casey (1)Her research interests include benefits realisation, project management, IS/IT evaluation, IT projects in the NHS and critical theory. Keen to develop further research in these areas she continues to be actively involved with the NHS. Rebecca has previously held research and management roles at Durham University, Newcastle University and Trinity College Dublin.



Research themes & scholarly interests

Benefits realisation, project management, IS/IT evaluation, IT projects in the NHS and critical theory

Sponsors& collaborators

National Health Service

Current/recent projects

  • Benefits Realisation of IT in an NHS Trust, Doctoral Researcher, 2012 - to present
  • PhD Studentship awarded by Northumbria University, October 2012

Key publications/outputs

  • Waring, TS, Robson A and Casey, R (2015) Benefits realisation from IT enabled innovation: A capability challenge for NHS English Acute Hospital Trusts? Open Access Evidence Based Information Systems Journal.
  • Casey, R. (2015) Realising benefits from Information Technology: Emerging findings from an NHS Trust, 10th Annual Ethnography Symposium, University of Liverpool, 25-28 August 2015.
  • Casey, R. Waring, T. and Wainwright, D. (2015) Benefits realisation of information technology in the National Health Service: Towards a critical approach, 9th European Conference on IS Management and Evaluation, Bristol, 21-22 September 2015.
  • Waring TS, Robson A and Casey R (2014) A Strategic Management Perspective of Benefits Realisation in Acute Hospitals in England – A Survey Undertaken in 2013. British Academy of Management, Belfast. 9-11th September 2014.
  • Casey R and Waring TS (2014) A critical approach to benefits realisation in the National Health Service. In UKAIS 2014: Proceedings of the 2014 conference of the United Kingdom Academy for Information Systems, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, April 2013. Oxford
  • Waring TS, Alexander M and Casey R (2013) Bringing about innovative change: The case of a patient flow management system in an NHS Trust. Grand Successes and Failures in IT private and public sector. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology. Divedi, Y., Henriksen, H.Z., Wastell, D and de Gross. Springer.

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