Ninna Meier, Department of Organization
Copenhagen Business School
Kilevej 14, 4th floor
Ninna Meier is a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Organization at Copenhagen Business School.
During her PhD, she studied the practice of clinical managerial work in four different hospital units, and in her postdoctoral work she researches the effects of organisational interventions to create coherency in patient pathways across organisational and professional boundaries in three large hospital wards (Internal Medicine, Oncology, and an Emergency Ward).
She is a qualitative researcher who is particularly interested in clinical managerial work practices, coherency across boundaries, the role of space, materiality and relational aspects of work, and how to study, analyse, and write about context in health care research.
An overview of Ninna's research papers:
- Meier, Ninna (2015): Configurations of Leadership Practices in Hospital Units, Journal of Health, Organization and Management. 29, 7, p. 1115-1130
- Meier, Ninna (2015): Collaboration in Healthcare through Boundary Work and Boundary Objects. Qualitative Sociology Review, Volume XI, Issue 3, p. 60-82.
- Meier, Ninna (2013): Between Policy and Practice: An Investigation of Clinical Managerial Work in Hospital Units. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Business Administration, Aarhus University
- Meier, Ninna (2011): Coordination in Clinical Managerial Practice: Moving things around and making things happen. Scandinavian Journal of Public Administration, Issue 15(4): p. 67-88