Centre for Health Innovation, Leadership and Learning (CHILL)
CHILL is Nottingham University Business School’s internationally renowned research centre dedicated to improving and innovating healthcare management and leadership. We help healthcare providers respond to and meet the challenges of changing policy, service reorganisation and care delivery.
We achieve this by:
- undertaking cutting-edge research that underpins innovation in healthcare
- providing consultancy services to the healthcare sector
- delivering world-class teaching and learning opportunities for healthcare professionals enabling them to become transformational leaders
We support service innovation, continuous learning and transformational leadership.
Our work is focused on four key strategic service priorities:
- improving quality and safety
- sustaining innovation
- integrating care organisations
- implementation and evaluation framework
A Royal Society of Medicine and ITN Productions “Doctors of the Future” campaign collaboration with CHILL at Nottingham University Business School.
The film includes contributions from Mr Adam Brooks, Director of the East Midlands Major Trauma Centre at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, and an Executive Healthcare MBA alumnus, Professor Justin Waring (Director of CHILL) and the Business School's Chris Mahon (Assistant Professor in Entrepreneurship).
News and events
Visiting fellows programme
We welcome our first international visiting fellow Prof. Dra. Maria Clara Padoveze of the University of Sao Paulo.
If you are interested in joining us as a visiting fellow, please contact Dr Stephen Timmons.
19th October 2016
Sustainable healthcare reforms in low to middle income countries.
Venue: A07/A08, Institute of Mental Health, Jubilee Campus, Triumph Road, Nottingham.
Presented by CHILL.
Email CHILL to book a place.
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Executive Healthcare MBA
Our quality research underpins the Business School’s Executive Healthcare MBA - a course which prepares healthcare professionals for the challenges of organising and delivering complex healthcare services.