Andrew Collier

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Instead of examining critical realism directly, this essay critically examines claims made by two prominent critical realists, namely Andrew Collier and Tony Lawson, on behalf of their philosophy. These are (a) that critical realism supports Marx’s law of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall, and (b) that critical realism is illustrated by the(More)
UNLABELLED There is increasing concern amongst dentists, and dental care professionals (DCPs), about the risks associated with complaints from patients and the possibility of escalation to legal action or referral to the General Dental Council (GDC). This is the first of a series of four articles considering the management of risk. It will describe why(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors determined who provides formal psychiatry teaching to newly-qualified doctors and whether the amount of such teaching correlates to a later career preference for psychiatry. METHODS Data were collected on the cohort starting work in 2010 until applying to a specialty training program 16 months later. Total hours of psychiatry(More)
Patient complaints invariably cause concern and distress. Whilst prevention should be the primary objective, this is not always possible. This final article in the series describes strategies for the management and resolution of complaints, as well as the advantages of good complaint handling. Clinical Relevance: Early and efficient resolution of complaints(More)
Team 1: Control in Future Entertainment 12:00pm-12:10pm Forrest Austin, Melinda Hale, Justin Ward, Jeremy Wooten Abstract A presentation covering the future of entertainment is given here. Entertainment is what we all look forward to whether at the end of a long day or on a long awaited vacation. Our group will provide a sneak peek into the future of(More)
Critical realism has become increasingly important in the way organisation and management is being studied. This book argues for an alternative to the prevailing ontology and shows how positivism and its empirical realist ontology can be abandoned without having to accept strong social constructionism. Critical Realist Applications in Organisation and(More)
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