Dawn Dowding is a registered nurse with a PhD in nursing and psychology. In the UK she is a senior lecturer at the Hull York Medical School and Department of Health Sciences, University of York. She teaches and researches healthcare decision making. For her Harkness Fellowship she is based at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland California.
What does the controversy about mammography screening tell us?
Targets have reduced waiting times, but how else do they affect care in a nationally funded health care system?
One of the challenges facing us all as recently arrived Harkness Fellows is trying to understand how health care is organized and delivered in the US.