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BA (Hons) (Oxon); DipHSM; MBA (Health); PhD


Main Teaching Areas

Health Policy and Economics


McClelland S (1999) Changing Patterns of Service Delivery in NHS Wales. In Davies H, Tavakoli M et al (eds) Controlling Costs: Strategic Issues in Health Care Management. Ashgate,Aldershot: 32 – 42

Phillips C, McClelland S et al (1999) Beds and Bureaucracy. University of Wales Swansea

Bellamy A, McClelland S (2000) From District General Hospital to Local General Hospital World Hospitals and Health Services Volume 36 Number 3: 2 – 6

McClelland S, Rogers D et al (2001) Effective Models of Commissioning Centre for Health Leadership. Briefing Paper Vol 1

McClelland S (2002) ‘Ties that Bind’ Health Services Journal Vol 112 No. 5806 27

Ledgard A, McClelland S et al (2002) Appraise Where Due Health Services Journal Vol 112 No.5832 28-29

McClelland S (2002) Health Policy in Wales – Distinctive or Derivative Social Policy & Society 1:4, 325-333

McClelland S and Treharne R (2003) The Welsh Connection. Health Services Management. Vol 7. No 5: 24-25

McClelland S and Treharne R (2002) ‘Introduction to NHS Wales’ CD Rom; Centre for Health Leadership Wales


Institute of Healthcare Management; European Academy of Management; Social Policy Association

External Representation: Policy Lead on IHM Divisional Council Wales


Frequent contributor and commentator on radio and TV on Welsh health policy and politics; evaluation of Innovation in Care projects and implementation of consultant appraisal (Welsh Assembly Government); evaluation of e-learning technologies in NHS Wales (NHS Wales)


Research Interests

Health policy, management and economics.

Current Research Activity

History of NHS Wales; Welsh Health Policy in the Age of Devolution; Evaluation of modernization initiatives in NHS England (4 projects jointly with University of Northumbria); Organisational Learning in NHS Wales (jointly with Business School); Healthy Ageing Project (with Age Concern Cymru)

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