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Professor of Work and Interaction
Public Services ManagementWork, Interaction & Technology
Jon Hindmarsh specialises in video-based field studies of work and organising. His research focuses on communication and collaboration in a range of settings, but most commonly within sites of healthcare delivery. In addition he engages in interdisciplinary research to explore the potential for these studies to inform the design and deployment of new technologies. His most recent project focuses on the implementation of systems to support robot-assisted surgery. Jon publishes articles in journals such as Organizational Research Methods, Human Relations, Organization Studies, Research on Language & Social Interaction and Sociology of Health & Illness. His books include Video in Qualitative Research (Sage), Organisation, Interaction and Practice (Cambridge University Press) and Communication in Healthcare Settings (Wiley Blackwell). Furthermore Jon has received recent invitations to present his research in France, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, Hong Kong and the USA. Jon invites potential PhD students to contact him if they are interested in undertaking ethnographic or video-based research studies in any setting relevant to work and organisation.
Haptics Environments to Enhance Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: The Interdisciplinary HapTEL Experience
01 July 2013
University Teachers' Pedagogical Practices in Using Technology-Enhanced Learning: strategies to integrate haptic technologies into undergraduate teaching.
01 September 2010
Haptics Environments To Enhance Teaching and Learning In Higher Education: The Interdisciplinary hapTEL experience
01 July 2013
Embodied spatial practices and everyday organization: The work of tour guides and their audiences
09 May 2018
Integration of robotic surgery into routine practice and impacts on communication, collaboration, and decision making: A realist process evaluation protocol
01 January 2014
Video in sociomaterial investigations: A solution to the problem of relevance for organizational research
08 July 2016
Work to make simulation work: 'Realism', instructional correction and the body in training
01 April 2014
Measures to assess students' spatial reasoning
01 January 2009
Do haptics give dental students a cutting edge in the learning of clinical skills?
01 January 2009
Deputy Head of School (PGR)
Director of Doctoral Studies
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